Our drama program is dedicated to giving students the artistic and intellectual know-how for effectively communicating with others – on and off the stage.
Exploring various creative techniques that reinforce observation and listening skills are central to our drama program. We also offer students a full range of movement instruction to help them develop control over their bodies, and to help them realize how movement along can covey the essence of a character, setting or emotion. Together, these approaches teach students to successfully communicate their thoughts and ideas.
"All the world’s a stage. And all the men and women merely players." — William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, Act II, Scene 7
Through our drama program, we instill in our students the skills to ask questions, find answers, tell stories and engage — creatively and intellectually.