Speech and Drama Workshop - Klang (July 2017)

Our Academy had some fun with some kids who are enthusiastic about Drama. Drama education is important for the development of soft skills. While it is fun, Drama teaches children in ways mainstream education does not, allowing them to develop self-expression, creativity and boost their confidence.

Just yesterday, our Academy (Klang branch) carried out several activities such as creative-storytelling with puppets, characterisation activities (role-playing), creativity test using costumes etc. They were also taught the art of miming to enhance their expressive skills and the basic rules of poetry through rhymes.

The group of children with their Drama instructor.

Kaveish, the engineer.

Dressing up Jhanani as Casserley, the magician.

When Jhanani, as Casserley the magician, said she'd cast a love spell on him and another girl in class, Lucas immediately reached out for the bin and 'vomited'.

The children puppeteers.

Jhanani as Casserley, the magician during our costume characterisation activity.

Zoe as the improvised meek and feeble scaredy-cat.

Children labelling more expressions to be dropped into their magic box.

Hayden, the magnificent 'thief' who can steal anything in the world with his magical cloak.

Lucas, proud of his "Roses are red, Violets are blue" poetry.

Story-telling with puppets.

Lucas as Frankenstein: costume designed by other kids.

Dressing Hayden during their customised costume role-play

Our Trinity College London Speech and Drama workshop is ONCE every month in Klang, Kuchai Lama, Setia Alam, Seremban & Penang. Contact us at +6(018)- 205 1255 for more information.

For more details on the Performing Arts courses that we offer, click here.

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