The Monologue Project runs workshops for actors, writers, producers and high school / HSC drama students.

For enquiries, bookings and further information, contact the Producer.

Pete is holding a two-evening workshop on Tuesdays 1+8 Mar 2016 to share his vast experience making a living from the arts. Other than running The Monologue Project, he is the International Literary Manager of Short+Sweet, Coordinator of Crash Test Drama, an award-winning and published playwright (34 plays published), editor at New Holland Publishers and the world record holder for running the longest short play festival in history!

The following areas were covered:

Branding and marketing yourself
CVs, headshots, showreels, websites
Conduct and professionalism
Producing skills
o Planning, preparation, production, post-production
o PR, Publicity, Marketing
o Budgeting
Running an arts-based business
Finding and creating opportunities
Analysis of industry roles
Industry knowledge and networking opportunities
Leveraging existing skills into new areas
Discovering your point of difference / niche

All attendees will be sent a free resource pack filled with producing information, checklists, templates, contact sheets, presentations etc.

For more information or to enrol, please download the brochure and enrolment form or visit the Business Skills For Artists website.

This seven week course presented by The Monologue Project has the simple aim of increasing actors’ abilities as performers of monologues.

Time: Tue evenings, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Dates: 13 Oct – 17 Nov + 8 Dec (7 sessions)
Cost: $265
Location: New York Film Academy, 4/127-131 Liverpool Street, Sydney
Max enrolments: 11
Tutor: Pete Malicki

This course focuses on two major skills: writing plays, with a
principal focus on monologues; and producing a theatrical
event. The aim is to give you the skills to write a great
monologue and all the information you need to get it on stage. Read more about the course, including the key areas of focus.

The Monologue Project has developed a workshop for HSC Drama designed to give your students the edge when it comes to the Individual Project: Performance exam. We focus on three of the key HSC criteria: Character, Voice/Movement and Interpretation (Dramatic Coherence).

We work with all grades and experience levels, from Year 8 - Year 12. Our standard workshop runs for 90 minutes and includes: performances by working professional actors; exercises and activities; discussions and theory (but not too much of this!); feedback; and a Q&A session. We will typically bring one tutor per 8-10 students.

We are more than happy to come up with a workshop that suits your needs and budget. If you have a particular area you'd like us to focus on, or if you'd like an all-day session, we will work with you to design a session that will be of maximum benefit to your students.

It was a pleasure to have you visit and the students’ performances this week have been of a higher standard thanks to your workshop. I can see that they have applied the concepts and feedback they learned in the workshop.
- Brooke Pappas, Drama Teacher, Liverpool Girls’ High School

The Monologue Project was an invaluable experience. Pete Malicki and his actors showcased an array of performances that demonstrated immense talent and professionalism. The performances were entertaining and moving and some students are considering Pete's monologues for their HSC individual project.
- Shelley Casey, Drama Teacher, Glenmore Park High School

It was a fantastic experience watching monologues performed by actors with experience and then being able to discuss afterwards how they worked on it and why. It was an invaluable experience.
- Emma, Year 11 

An amazing experience with a group of performers who really know their stuff.
- Alaina, Year 10

The Monologue Project was an absolutely amazing experience with highly skilled actors demonstrating a varied of high calibre performances.
- Ben T, Year 10

*Photo The Monologue Project team before heading into a workshop
Pete Malicki,
Dec 25, 2015, 6:39 PM
Pete Malicki,
Dec 25, 2015, 6:42 PM
Pete Malicki,
Sep 23, 2015, 10:26 PM
Pete Malicki,
Sep 23, 2015, 10:26 PM
Pete Malicki,
Apr 12, 2015, 4:25 AM
Pete Malicki,
Apr 8, 2015, 4:32 AM
Pete Malicki,
Feb 23, 2015, 8:49 PM
Pete Malicki,
Jun 1, 2015, 7:01 AM
Pete Malicki,
Mar 18, 2015, 2:51 PM