Drama Classes for schools, centres, programs and councils
Parents welcome to join in!
Celebrate your toddler’s dramatic side with Toddler Theatre! With a theme a week, your little one will learn some basic stage skills and have a whole lot of fun. Come dressed up, or use our props and costume collection as we use physical theatre, words and music to make plays and stories.
Kids are the best storytellers, which is a skill to be celebrated and nurtured. Through First Stage, your child will build on their, already fluid, imagination and tell stories through theatre. With an introduction to theatre skills, etiquette and character building, your pre-schooler will learn drama through theatrical storytelling, physical theatre, improvisation and the use of props and costumes.
Suitable for 5-7 year olds
Explore and celebrate the art of drama with Acting Out. Children will build on their storytelling skills, and learn stagecraft, improvisation, eventually producing group-devised productions. This class promotes teamwork, confidence building, literacy, numeracy and inclusion.
Make a Scene!
Suitable for 8-10 year olds
Whether your child is new to drama, or has been making a scene for years, this class will teach budding actors sound performance skills, will build on their storytelling talents and prepare them for the stage or screen. Expressions Adelaide is committed to providing an inclusive environment which will foster lifelong skills like teamwork, confidence building, literacy, numeracy and public speaking.
Expressions Media: Push Play
Suitable for 11-14 year olds
A crash course in putting together a play, Push Play will teach stage basics and etiquette, finding your inner actor and bringing it to the outer to present it on centre stage. Characterisation, confidence building, literacy, numeracy, public speaking and inclusivity are skills we use and enhance in this class.
Suitable for 15-17 year olds
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, there is always room for improvement. Main Role gives participants the skills to be confident in their skills and abilities, and audition for the part they have always wanted. This is a focused and intensive course, which concentrates on confidence building, script and
character analysis, voice, movement, and putting words into action.
Suitable for 15-17 year olds
Why should the kids have all the fun? Artistic Licence is a workshop for adults where you’re given total permission to play. Open to any level of ability, there’s no learning lines or difficult direction; this is purely for people who want to keep up their theatrical skills, gain some confidence, work on language skills and have some fun.
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