After School Drama Programfor students in Grades 1 to 6
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My son has had more interest in trying new things that he wasn’t willing to try previously. He has definitely become more social and has gained friends through this program.
When he was feeling sad he said he felt “heavy” and acted out the emotion.
My son loved the program and was very excited every day that he had it.
Get to understand teacher’s talk, and start to communicate with others in English.
Both my daughters used to wait eagerly for the program day which showed they found it interesting. It helped them to learn time management as the program was just after school and I had to drive them. Both were always excited and energetic to join the session. I found them more confident and more proactive at home.
He is not shy anymore and is now outgoing.
She looked forward to it each and every week!
At Carousel Players, we believe all children can benefit from drama education.
Did you know that Drama Education can…
- Encourage better communication
- Build confidence
- Inspire creativity
- Encourage cooperation
- Help children make friends
We are excited to be bringing the benefits of drama to children ages 7-13 through our After School Drama Program!
What is it?
A series of high-energy drama games and activities led by professional artist educators that inspire learners to develop empathy, work collaboratively, and gain confidence. Students will get to enter imaginary worlds and explore drama techniques like improvisation, story telling, embodiment of character, clowning, and more.
When is it?
The program runs after school for one hour once a week for 6 weeks.
Where is it?
Due to Covid-19, all 2020 After School Drama Programs will take place online through the Zoom platform.
What is the cost?
The cost is $50 for the six week program. Payment plans are available.
After School Drama Pilot Program
Learn about the After School Drama Program Pilot: Read the report here
Carousel Players’ 2018/19 After School Drama Program was brought to you through a Seed grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation