“Lyndelle is an amazing teacher and has a real gift; both as a teacher, and as an actress” – Ivana Chubbuck, Acting Masterteacher
Lyndelle Green is a passionate acting coach with 20 years experience in the Performing Arts industry. Lyndelle trained as an actor at Queensland University and with Queensland University of Technology’s Andrew Buchanan, at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), and at The Actor’s Centre, Sydney. She also trained in Los Angeles at Second City with Scott Sedita and at the Ivana Chubbuck Studio. Lyndelle undertook intensive training at the Ivana Chubbuck studio in Los Angeles, emerging as an accredited teacher of the Chubbuck Technique. Lyndelle has also participated in classes with Master Teachers Susan Batson and Elizabeth Kemp.
Lyndelle’s expertise has often been called upon for speaking appearances at industry conferences and as a director for theatre companies in both Sydney and Brisbane. Recognition for Lyndelle’s work as an Acting Coach with students at Macquarie University came when she won the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Innovation in Learning in 2009.
Lyndelle has appeared in film and on television, as well as making regular appearances on stage for a wide variety of theatre companies. She has also worked as an actor in the corporate environment running specialised training workshops.
Lyndelle is very particularly experienced working with younger actors having recently adapted the Chubbuck Technique to suit.
“I have worked with Lyndelle on audition preparation. Her technique opens a student up to a more personal truth adding a complexity to the work that may not otherwise have been there” – Julian Curtis, NIDA graduate
“You have the opportunity to give everything that you can’t usually express in life, to the character” – Elizabeth Kemp, Associate Artistic Director, The Actors Studio, New York
“I love the beautiful honestly that comes from working with people who have been able to drop their mask. In my training as coach of the Chubbuck Technique I have seen actors drop into an inner truth where they discover themselves in the characters they are playing. This technique is a desire to find the deepest truth possible and for an artist to discover more about themselves to serve the character on his or her journey. In a process of self discovery, the great joy is for an actor to share with the audience these discoveries. It’s both enlightening and heartbreaking for the actor and the audience. In the words of Polonius ‘To thine own self be true’ – from Shakespeare’s Hamlet” – Lyndelle