Q: What does my child do in a drama class?
A: Students in our drama classes learn confidence in public speaking through dramatic acting. They will do monologues, dialogues, improvisations, theater games and scenes with their classmates. In some classes children will create and write an original scene or play!
Q: Is there an end of year performance?
A. Yes, actually there are two performances - in December the students do an in class presentation and in June the students perform on the Spring Recital.
Q: My child is creative and likes to write. Can she write something for the class?
A: Yes, our students have written short plays and scenes and performed them on past recitals.
Q: Some drama classes we've been too have had very large numbers of students and we didn't feel our child learned much or had much of a chance to participate. Are your classes very large?
A: No, our classes are held to ten students or less to ensure a better experience for every student .
Q: My child took a drama classes at another school and we thought the material wasn't age appropriate. Will that happen at your school?
A: No, our instructors are university trained professionals and use only age appropriate materials to teach students with.
Q. Do you host birthday parties?
A. Yes we do. Our music and drama parties are a fun, noisy exploration of instruments, singing and acting. We do parties for ages three to teens. Our instructors will lead a fun 1 hour of drama or music, or a combination of the two followed by presents and cake! We supply the fun and you supply the cake and presents. Each party is 1 ½ hours long with 1 hour of drama and/or music fun followed by cake and presents. The fee is $300 with a 15 guest maximum. Parties are available weekend afternoons and on select weekday mornings. Please call the school for more information.