DRAC - Curtain Call
What will I learn?
The one thing you have that no one else does is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. Drama doesn’t help you find what you already possess. Drama helps to give yourself permission to use it.
Are you looking to apply for medical school? Perhaps your ambition is to be a lawyer? Or maybe you want to create and run your own business? Any career choice requires one thing in common, the ability to be present, fearless, and have your voice heard.
In addition to gaining theatre-specific skills and knowledge, you will learn life skills in confidence, interpersonal communication, creative problem-solving, and collaboration. As well as develop social-emotional skills such as empathy, focus, resilience and the ability to think on your feet under pressure. In the process, you will gain a greater knowledge of yourself and will be taken on a journey of play and exploration. You will develop spontaneity, boldness, freedom, and courage to place yourself in other people's shoes.
Drama isn’t a subject, Drama prepares you for any subject.
Please note you do not have to take the Drama Production course if you solely want to take the Drama skills course. However, we strongly encourage you to take the Drama skills course if you have chosen to take the Drama Production course in order to give you a solid well rounded understanding.
What are the course costs?
Nil apart from a class trip.