Drama & Theater
Drama is an invaluable tool that helps teachers in understanding the fact that teaching is not only an exercise in reading and reciting facts but in gaining a deeper insight of events and situations to make learning more effective.
This is where Drama becomes a unique tool for teachers through which they not only learn and teach the what but also the why and how.
- Improvisation - A class designed to teach the art of spontaneous creation in acting through theater and ensemble exercises. A wonderful tool for developing courage and flexibility on stage.
- Scripted Drama - Through improvisation and scripted scenes, students develop their own ideas in pairs or groups which they enjoy and it helps to improve their performance.
- Acting Skills and Mime – The students are introduced to acting skills through story dramatization, theater exercises, improvisations, and dramatic training designed to expand the imagination and to increase concentration and self-confidence.
- Interpretation of forms and style - Students will be immersed in the creative process, embracing a full range of character style and technical elements of voice and physical technique and depth of character creation.
- Program making – Conception to the performance - Students will work as a company to present a studio presentation of the work. Emphasis is placed on character development and dynamics and on the language of the play and not technical production.
- Performance Skills – Tips and details on how to present well and get it right in front of the audience will be part of this training.