Drama

Numerous techniques are employed in this fun, life-enhancing class for all students:

Ensemble exercises promote sensitivity and respect toward self and others and the ability to interact successfully in a group setting. Many classic theatre games are used as team-building exercises for corporate executives.

Speech production, an essential area of study for the actor, promotes important communication skills useful in every walk of life.

Sound and movement exploration may appear strange to the viewer, but these exercises are designed to increase body awareness, vocal range and capability, expressivity, confidence and creativity.

Monologues and scene work are the final product of much underlying work, such as improvisation and the techniques described above. Because actors work with narrative, creative writing of any kind can be greatly enhanced by drama training.

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