To Shakespeare, or not to Shakespeare, that is the question. In my opinion, the answer is always, “Absolutely Shakespeare!” 

There tends to be a preconceived notion that Shakespeare is too intellectual to be enjoyable. His plays are bogged down with outdated words that...

Drama Club is six weeks away from our performance of Oklahoma! 

With only an hour each week to rehearse for a full musical, write bios’s and program information, organize costumes, design and paint sets, make and organize props, and write sound and mic cues, the last we...


“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales.

If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”

― Albert Einstein

Magic. A problem that needs solving. Good vs. Evil. Royalty. A lesson or theme. The number three—All of the...

Upper Elementary students performed the musical “A Kid’s Life” for their peers, teachers and parents just a few weeks ago. There were many songs, transitions, props, and lines to remember! How did they manage to make all of this happen over the course of 35 minutes?! T...

Children are natural performers. They are uninhibited, a little wacky and can cry on cue! All you need to do is watch a few minutes of recess and you will see a variety of plays happening: family, princesses, good versus evil, etc.  Primary Drama is, in part, about har...

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