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Drama

Norwest Seed Academy offers both a Junior and Senior Drama program.

The Junior Drama Program (Y4-8) is a skills-based, games-based learning experience. Students will be exposed to a vocabulary for drama. Their pre-existing skills of imagination, character building, and play building will be embraced, grown and developed throughout the course, as we explore these elements of drama.

Course objectives include;
• Expression and Characterisation
• Characterisation and storytelling
• Performance and improvisation

The Senior Drama Program (Y9-12) covers many techniques and associated practices to develop the craft of acting. This course is designed to complement the Secondary School Drama curriculum with a particular focus on developing individual students’ acting skills and abilities. Students will have the opportunity to work on scripts and characters they are exploring in the classroom if required.

Course objectives include;
• Tools of an actor through the comedic lens
• Connection and Storytelling
• Impersonation
• Scripted work

There is also a possibility that the both the junior and senior drama groups will perform at Moviemento (the end of year showcase). More information about this opportunity will be provided leading up to this event.

Our Drama Tutors;

Lusi Frost - Junior Class (Y4-8)
In term 2, 2019 we welcome Lusi as the Drama tutor for our Junior Classes. Lusi has always been passionate about drama - when she was young she was involved in every and any performance opportunity, and even ran drama activities for her friends during lunchtimes. Read more....

Sarah Frost - Senior Class (Y9-12)
Sarah worked in the film, television and theatre industry from 1997-2014 as a performer, writer, director and producer. Read more....

For more information email [email protected] .
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