Drama classes will teach every student, no matter what age they are, the fundamental skills of the physical and emotional craft of acting through the study of specific acting methods and exercises. Throughout the courses there are not only physical exercises rather some theory and history of the dramatic arts.
At drama class you will learn many techniques which will help you not only at the stage but in life too. For example to improve your voice and control your body. These skills are extremely important when you are presenting at work or pitching your ideas to your boss.
In drama class you will also learn how to perform in front of a camera, read and analyse a play or a script, create characters, understand them, and perform them realistically, communicate well with everyone on and off stage, cope in front of an audience if something unexpected happens, learn and remember lines, listen and be more observant work as part of a team and many more interesting things. All these skills will benefit you in real life whether you are a kid or an adult.
As we said above, drama classes are really good for adults. But kids can benefit from them a lot too. Drama is so good for young children because it teaches them not only how to speak clearly, loudly and with confidence, but many other communication skills as well.
On one hand improving self confidence is something that many children can benefit from. On the other hand, good communication skills are an essential life skill, helping us make friends, get the most out of school, land the dream job, succeed in that dream job. When the kids are challenged to read and remember their lines it helps them later at school when they prepare for their exams.
Drama can help your child to acquire skills to help in these situations because games and exercises used in many drama classes nurture spontaneity and the ability to 'think on your feet'. During drama classes your child can meet other people with the same passion as him/her and make new friends. If you want your child to continue professionally with drama, meeting people in this field will be really good for him/her.
Many people believe in the concept that to attend a drama class you need to invest a lot of money. This is definitely not true. Investing in drama classes is a great way to invest in your future. Depending on what you want to achieve with your drama classes different teachers can give you specific advice.
If you want to perform in theatre or if you just want to boost your confidence and presentational skills. If you are a beginner at TutorExtra you can find drama classes starting from around £20 and for more advanced skills up to around £50 depending on the teacher you choose.
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