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Theater Workshop

 

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workshop production is a form of theatrical performance, in which a play or musical is staged in a modest form which does not include some aspects of a full production. For example, costumes, sets and musical accompaniment may be excluded, or may be included in a simpler form.
 
The Benefits of Theatre Education

 

 

Self-Confidence:

Taking risks in class and performing for an audience teach students to trust their ideas

and abilities. This confidence will apply in nearly every aspect of their future. 

 

Imagination:

In a word addicted to technology, theatre provides an outlet for making creative choices,

thinking new ideas, and interpreting the material in expressive ways that are the essence 

of drama. 

 

 

Empathy & Tolerance:

Acting roles from different situations, time periods, and cultures promotes compassion and 

tolerance for others.

 

 

Cooperation/Collaboration:

Theatre combines the creative ideas and abilities from its participants.

 

 

Concentration:

Playing, practicing, and performing develop a sustained focus of mind, body, and voice which helps with other areas of life including school. 

 

Communication Skills: 

Drama enhances verbal and nonverbal expression of ideas. It improves voice projection, articulation, fluency of language, and persuasive speech. 

 

 

Problem Solving:

Students learn to communicate the who, what, where, when, and why to the audience. Improvisation fosters quick-thinking solutions, which leads to greater adaptability in life. 

 

 

Fun: 

Theatre brings play, humor, and laughter to learning; this improves motivation and reduces stress. 

 

 

Trust:

The social interaction and risk taking in drama develop trust in self, others, and the process. 

 

 

Memory: 

Rehearsing and performing the words, movements, and cues strengthen this skill like a muscle.

 

Social Awareness: 

Legends, myths, poems, stories, and plays used in drama teach students about social issues and conflicts from cultures past, present, all over the world.

 

 

Aesthetic Appreciation:

Participating in and viewing theatre raise appreciation for the art form. It is important to raise a generation that understands, values, and supports theatre's place in society.