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Dr Renato Musolino - Lecturer, Drama (College of Humanities , Arts & Social Sciences - Flinders University Drama 

Renato Musolino is one of South Australia's most respected, experienced, and acclaimed actors and actor trainers. He trained as an actor at the Centre for the Performing Arts (SA). He has worked nationally and internationally with leading companies including State Theatre Company South Australia, Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir Theatre, Bell Shakespeare Company, Griffin Theatre Company, Windmill Theatre Company, ABC Radio National, and the South Australian Film Corporation. 

As an actor trainer/lecturer, Renato has worked at tertiary level for over twenty years, specialising in:

  • Laban Movement Analysis
  • Movement for Actors
  • Psycho-physical acting
  • Devising
  • Improvisation
  • Stanislavski grammar of acting
  • Text/scene work

Renato made significant contributions to the development of the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Drama) curriculum, along with Drama Well-being and Welfare protocols. 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, A Motivation to Move: Tanztheater as a Foundation for Active Analysis in the Creation of an Embodied Acting Unit, La Trobe University

1 Mar 20173 Nov 2020

Award Date: 21 Jul 2021

The Centre for the Performing Arts (Acting), Technical and Further Education (TAFE SA)


Award Date: 24 Dec 1999

Bachelor of Arts, University of South Australia


Award Date: 24 Dec 1995

External positions

South Australian Film Corporation

State Theatre Company South Australia


  • Registered

Research Areas

  • Drama and performance


  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • Creative Arts
  • Actor Training
  • Drama
  • Movement Studies
  • Laban Movement Analysis


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