With school holidays nearly upon us, Dramatis has announced four Summer workshops to keep children, teens (and adults!) entertained.
The programme begins on 12th August with ‘Begin to Act’; a drama workshop for adult beginners. Ideally suited to those who have never tried acting or those who have dabbled but are a bit rusty, this two hour workshop will explore the basics of acting, how to improvise, how to build a character and how to act from a script.
For the teenagers, a one day ‘Improv Masterclass’ will take place on 13th August, exploring what it takes to Improvise. There will be plenty of exercises, games and chances to put new skills into practice. Participants will work on creating their own improvised piece that will then be filmed.
For younger children, a 3 hour Movie Madness workshop on 15th August will provide the perfect opportunity for kids to get away from the TV screens and act out scenes from their favourite films in real life!
Children looking for a longer drama experience, can book on to the ‘Horrible Histories’ four day workshop. Participants will act, dance, sing and mime their way through history and work on a finale performance for parents and friends to see at the end of the week.
What are you waiting for? Book a Dramatis Summer Workshop to develop new skills, make new friends and above all, have fun!