DRAMA FOR SCHOOLS
"TO BE AN ACTOR, YOU HAVE TO BE A CHILD." - PAUL NEWMAN
Develop creativity, expression, confidence & collaboration through active & interactive learning, both stand-alone & cross-curricular
* drama * musical theatre * classes * clubs * workshops * school productions *
EXPRESS YOURSELF THROUGH DRAMA WITH ZUMBA STARS LONDON!
Our Musical Theatre programme gives children the opportunity to experience the excitement of the increasingly poplular genre of musical theatre, focusing on stories and songs that they know and love (Matilda, Frozen, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, etc.). Skills focused on include rhythm, co-ordination, expression, teamwork and musicality whilst building character, self-confidence and self-esteem.
These high-energy classes have an emphasis on performance skills. Classes can focus on dance OR they can combine the disciplines of dance, acting and singing. Weekly classes can be stand alone or can work towards an end-of-course presentation.
Do you want to put on a great show for parents?
We can provide you with an experienced Director and/or Choreographer to work with you or on their own to either create a devised piece of theatre based around the children's ideas or work an existing script into a successful, enjoyable performance for the whole school community to enjoy.
* plays * musicals * dance shows * cabarets * graduations * fetes & fairs * concerts ... and more *
Our Drama programme provides a non-judgemental platform to encourage children to create whatever their imaginations lead them to. Our classes focus on bringing out individuality, developing communication skills, encouraging team work, growing self-confidence and nurturing imagination but, most of all, FUN!
Fun weekly sessions packed with drama games, activities and adventures or sessions can be geared towards a specific end-of-course performance. National Curriculum topics also covered in tailored workshops. Run by qualified, professional actors and experienced teachers.
Classes may include the following:
* warm-up activities * speech and use of voice * improvisation * mime * roleplay * movement * games * text interpretation * characterisation * devising * story telling *