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Drama is the perfect way to learn more about yourself and your unique creativity, while also having fun!
Develop your skills through drama, dance, scripting and work towards mini production to be performed at the final youth performance. You’ll work with improvisation, movement, music, dance, voice projection, singing, script writing and art. In the afternoon get hands on with art and craft - make and paint props, polymer clay figures, draw, paint and collage. Your art pieces will be shown in a small exhibition or incorporated into the show. This course offers a space for all young people to shine.
The larger part of the day is dedicated to developing our skills through drama, dance, scripting and working towards our performance. Examples of the games and activities include knife and fork, theatre sport, photos, mime, thank god you’re here, space jump, what is it, expert, and more. Opportunity is also given to share existing talents. We will use the afternoons to enjoy some art and craft. This will involve making and painting props, polymer clay figures, drawing, painting, texta and collage. Art pieces will be displayed on the last day or will be incorporated into the show. This course offers a space for all young people to shine.
Sophie Macken is an art and primary school teacher, with a decade of experience teaching drama and performance to teenagers and kids. She has written and directed a number of shows, and is also a group dance choreographer, leading performances at festivals across the region.
Material cost is $20 payable to Sophie on the first day. This covers art supplies and scripts.