The aim of the first term is to break down the barriers between the students and give them the necessary confidence to appear before an audience.
At the beginning of the year the group gets to know each other and discover the theatre world. To do so, they do games to get to know each other, concentration games, role-playing games, etc. Towards the end of the first term, the group begins to discuss the show, which will be presented on Performing Arts Day.
The aim of the second term is the theatre show preparation.
During the second term, the students start preparing their show: the play is chosen and the roles are assigned. It can be a classic, a modern piece, or even an original work, depending on the group and its preferences. The play lasts about 20 minutes, in order to give each student enough space during the performance. Each week, they gradually prepare the show until the end of the second term, when they present it during Performing Arts Day.
The aim of the third term is to deepen their knowledge of theatre in a fun way.
At the end of the year and after the show, the activities become less intense. It’s time to have fun after class with games and exercises. But they also learn from the show. Theatre is an activity that allows students to improve their self-confidence and their oral presentation skills after playing a role in front of an audience and to meet new friends on the way