Drama is an excellent tool for empowering young people to explore a wide variety of personal and social issues that effect them and the community. Teaching the four cornerstones of drama (confidence, communication, compromise and commitment) each participant will have the opportunity to fully engage in their own adaptations and ideas about the world and their environment. As well as developing confidence and the ability to work as part of a team, participants have the opportunity to develop skills in creative problem solving, communication, self discipline, tolerance and empathy. Drama allows young people to be active learners and engage and experience a vast range of ideas and situations in a safe and supportive atmosphere. The projects can give all those involved an outlet for emotions, thoughts and dreams that they might not otherwise have a means to express. .
Projects can include; Theatre Games Improvisation Character Analysis Movement Performance
Suitable for all abilities.
Projects can be purely process led or can be used to work towards a public or private performance and can include the use of other media including:
Film Video Projections Props Costume Theatre Make-Up