Lyndelle Green

Lyndelle Green

Lyndelle is a passionate acting coach with over 20 years experience in the Performing Arts Industry.

Lyndelle initially trained as a High School Drama teacher and has worked as Head of Drama at various senior schools across both Queensland and NSW; directed many successful school productions and also marked the Higher School Certificate in NSW. In 2010 Lyndelle spent six months’ in Los Angeles undergoing extensive training at the Ivana Chubbuck studio. Ivana Chubbuck endorsed her as an accredited teacher of the Chubbuck Technique in Australia. In 2018 Lyndelle was awarded the Elizabeth Kemp Acting Teacher’s Scholarship to return to the LA studio to do further training. While there she also worked with young actors and received an accreditation to teach the ‘Chubbuck Youth’ program. In addition to working with Ivana Chubbuck, Lyndelle has trained with Anthony Brandon Wong, Elizabeth Kemp, Susan Batson, The Second City’ School of Improvisation, Scott Sedita Acting Studios and Carol Rosenfeld of HB Studio, New York. Lyndelle has also worked as an Actor on Stage
and Screen. Lyndelle’s expertise has often been called upon for speaking appearances at industry conferences and she has also worked in the corporate environment,
running specialised training workshops.

Recognition for her coaching work with students at Macquarie University came when she won the ‘Vice Chancellor’s Award for Innovation in Learning’. Most recently Lyndelle has been training with IDC Professionals (Intimacy Directors and Coordinators), who have pioneered practices for performed intimacy in theatre, tv and film.