Re-imagine the world around you…

Kids having fun during a drama class


Further develop your stage craft skills such as using your voice effectively, understanding the use of stage space and creating character. Take the opportunity to perform your creation for the class in a fun and inclusive environment.

Taught by NESA (NSW Educational Standards) accredited teachers.


Venue: St Mary’s Anglican Hall, 68 Church Street, Maitland
Dates: 8 Tuesdays per term
Time: 4.00pm
Duration: 1 hour
Price: $185


Alicia Osland, Drama Teacher

Meet Your teacher

Alicia Osland BT/BA
Tutor: Intermediate and Extension Classes

Alicia has expertise and qualifications in a variety of creative arts skills which she uses confidently to enrich the goals of Upstage Youth Theatre. She has a university degree in Bachelor of teaching/Bachelor of arts, with a Creative Arts Drama major. She has completed 9 years of drama training, enjoys directing performances for primary aged children and has significant experience performing in productions herself at Upstage Youth Theatre, S.N.A.P. productions, Maitland Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Film work with Sydney Film Company.

She has completed voice training for 8 years with a distinction average in ‘Singing for Leisure’ musical theatre exams and has much experience in participating in musicals. She is also dance trained with experience in teaching dance to primary aged children.  Her drama expertise saw her chosen, three years in a row, to teach at a NSW Department of Education and Training (Now the NSW Department of Education and Communities) Video Workshop for both high school and primary school aged students. This workshop at the University of Newcastle required skills in direction, production, camera use, editing, drama teaching and the management of pupils to produce a short film for an audience.