Junior Drama Students, aged 8 to 11, are introduced to role play, improvisation, storytelling, imagination development and dramatic play.
Students find new ways to express themselves verbally and non-verbally as well as develop key skills which enhance life on and off the stage.
Intermediate Students, aged 11 to 14, continue with creative play in all classes in order to keep the fires of imagination alive. We explore characterisation, role play and scene work.
Students start working on monologues and duologues and are encouraged to work towards an in-studio performance each term.
Senior Drama Students, aged 13-17, delve into the technical aspects of drama and performance. From high level exploration of prepared and unprepared improv, script analysis, and genre study.
All students are encouraged to work towards an in-studio performance each term.
“The professional, creative and compassionate way these programmes run is unparalleled. Kids come with hopes and dreams and you give them a platform to pursue a career in performing arts as well as develop confidence and numerous other life skills, thank you!"