Drama is the mode of narrative fiction which is represented by way of performance. The act is often accompanied by music and dance. The availability of theatre art schools is growing rapidly across the world. Our dance school in Sydney has become a favourite destination for many children and their parents.
Drama is popular both as a casual hobby and as a serious profession. It is a creative outlet for individuals to be anyone they want to be. At Creative Dance Academy we teach drama, allowing students to explore and practice a wide range of plays, improvisations and exercises to help develop their acting skills.
1. Hone your acting skills
There are many different types of drama, from classic plays, to improvised comedies, to musical theatre and much more! By joining us here at CDA, we’ll guide you as you explore a variety of drama types. This will developing your acting skills, particularly improvisation skills. Improvisation is not only useful for drama, but it develops an individual’s ability to respond to new and unexpected situations, which comes in handy in many different situations.
2. The great influence in human lives
Drama has a huge influence on the lives of humans. From stage, to film and television, actors take on roles whilst drawing from skills they’ve been taught, as well as personal experience. casts a great influence in the lives of human beings. Drama is everywhere we look in our culture, and being a part of it will help you understand more about the world we live in.
3. The cooperative act of performance
In drama, the participants are asked to take part in group work and activities. You can develop and strengthen relations both on and off stage. You can learn great communication skills, and make a whole bunch of new friends along the way!
4. Attaining a sense of purpose
Taking drama classes will help you discover other interests and passions, therefore helping you develop your sense of purpose in your life! Through group tasks, you will also be able to envisage how to achieve the goals you set. Plus, it’s fun and a great way to spend your time!
5. Building up self esteem
Drama is, at its core, self expression. At Creative Dance Academy, we provide an environment in which you can express yourself as well as developing acting skills. Being able to perform in front of others, whether its a few peers or a big audience, will also help you develop your confidence and in turn, your self esteem.
You can take drama classes in Cranebrook, as well as dance classes near Blacktown and other suburbs in Sydney. At CDA, you’ll also develop your interpersonal skills and gain the confidence to do public performances. The art of physical presentation will also help you in other aspects of life, such as school and work. You can also learn about Dance Eisteddfods, tap dancing and more!
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