Sydney Workshop February 2016

Acting Intensive

Master Class with Jeneffa Soldatic -

Lifetime member of The Actors Studio

Bring in the New Year with a one-day intensive acting Master Class. Discover how to organically and truthfully build and create a character through experience evoking exercises. You will be guided to use your imagination and unlock your subconscious mind-- to help you create a fully realized character.

We will work a monologue and character of your choice for this transformational day. Learn how to create a truly dynamic relationship with your chosen character by finding the truth of the character from your truth. Through this exploration, you will also uncover your unconditional love for the character, “ ultimately have to love who you are playing.” Phillip Seymour Hoffman (fellow Actors Studio member).

Inspire yourself with the work, for a strong 2016.

"Jeneffa is the best coach there is" Alison Owen, Producer of Suffragette, Elizabeth, Proof, Jane Eyre, Saving Mr Banks...

Join me for this transformational intensive:

Sydney Date:

Sunday 7th February 10am- 5pm


ReadyMade Works: Level1, 247-257 Bulwara Road, Ultimo, NSW, 2007


The cost is $255 per student. Payments must be made before the first class begins.


To confirm your place, or for more information, please email: or call Jeneffa on 0403.493.212

"Jeneffa truly understands acting. She knows how to unlock the actor and reveal my potential" Johny Coyne, Hangover III, Tomb Raider, Gangster Squad, Alcatraz.


Jeneffa Soldatic Bio

Jeneffa is visiting from Los Angeles, where she is the on-set acting coach for the new TV shows School of Rock and Bella and the Bulldogs. Jeneffa runs Acting Workshops/Master Classes in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Rome, Sydney, Melbourne, Bangkok and Venezuela. She is regularly invited to teach, present on panels and judge work internationally at Pace University in NYC, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok University, NIDA, University of New South Wales, Commune of Avigliano Umbro in Italy, ACA. She is a current board member of Fundación Gimnasio de Actores in Venezuela as Head of the Advisory Council. At the request of Susan Batson, Pace University in NYC, NIDA and Actors Centre Australia, Jeneffa is also an acting teacher and director. Jeneffa received her Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from The Actors Studio Drama School in New York on a scholarship, graduating in 2003. She became the third Australian ever to receive life membership to The Actors Studio. Jeneffa has performed on stage in NYC, while at the Actors Studio, in the premiere of Al Takes a Bride, as well as in Waiting for Godot at the original Circle in the Square. Performances on Off-Broadway shows include the recent Off-Broadway hit show, Alice in Teresa's Land and The Guardian Angel for the Living Theatre. For television, she has appeared on Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Fuse TV. She sang with The Polyphonic Spree, touring across America supporting David Bowie. Jeneffa developed and directed the Edinburgh Fringe Show Careful What You Wish For, which began in her Paris Workshop in early 2013. In Sydney, she directed the Australian premiere of The Girl Who Loved The Beatles, which transferred to the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2014, where she also directed Dolores, which won a Pick of the Fringe award. She performed in 2014 in NYC at the invitation of the ONE Festival reprising her role in The Guardian Angel, Summer of Love for UNICEF and Winter of Our Discontent. In 2015 she directed Speaking in Tongues for Australian Theatre Company in LA, directed the web series Then That Happened in NYC, and directed and played Mary in Mrs President for artist John Ransom Phillips.