To study theater is to take life’s experiences and reflect them through various characters on stage. Live theater sharpens your perceptions while enhancing your creative capabilities. It is a great form of expression. You can reach your audience through storytelling, movement, music, and expression.  Drama is not just for “drama majors” or those students who want to develop a career in acting. Drama is for everyone!

In our Drama class we work on:
  1. The actor’s body language.
  2. Voice modulation and management.
  3. Improvisations.
  4. Some techniques for playing characters.
  5. Management of the actor on stage.

Classes are aimed at students in grades 9 through 12.

Our goals are: the development and growth within the field of acting. Instill confidence in the student to be able to perform in public and discover his or her creative side.