Develop Acting Skills with Fun Theatre Games
Drama has never been this much fun!
One of the coolest things about drama is that you can learn a lot by playing silly games! In each session of this highly-interactive program, we’ll put the spotlight on a different acting skill, from pantomime (acting without words) to developing a character. We’ll guide students through hands-on practice with every skill as they play the games and try out the activities that make up Spotlight.
Young actors have the opportunity to give a very brief performance for their peers during each session, and we can add an optional parent showcase at the end of our final meeting (add $150 for a showcase). Educators and parents will be glad that Spotlight builds confidence, teamwork skills, and creativity. Kids will be glad that Spotlight is a lot of fun!
Why Spotlight is Awesome
A Complete Performing Arts Program
We provide a comprehensive performing arts program that includes a highly-qualified teaching artist, fun and age-appropriate activities, and (if the students perform for their parents) portable stage curtains.
No-fear performing arts
Spotlight is a non-threatening introduction to theatre. We’ve never met a kid who doesn’t like hands-on learning! Since the program is activity-based, we minimize stage fright while building confidence.
Absences are no problem
If you’re putting on a play, students missing rehearsals can be a big deal. But in Spotlight, we focus on a different skill each week. That means that if a student misses one session, she can return the following day with no problem.
Why Choose Drama by George?
- We Believe in Kids. Educational theatre isn’t a small part of what we do — it’s the main thing we do. We’ve offered character-building programs for children and teens since 2007.
- A Proven Concept. Thousands of Kentuckiana students have benefitted from our classroom and out of school time programs since 2009. Young actors frequently enjoy our programs so much that they return again and again!
- You’ll Deal with the Artistic Director. We take pride in being a locally-owned small business. If you ever experience a problem with your program, contact George Halitzka, our Artistic Director. He’ll do everything he can to resolve the problem — personally.
What Educators and Parents Are Saying
"[Drama club] really does boost confidence and reading fluency. Thanks for choosing Stopher as one of your sites."
- Penni Flinn, 2nd Grade Teacher, Stopher Elementary School (Louisville, KY)
"The kids had a ball, and the play was outstanding. Your program is top-notch."
- Holly Liter, Parent of a 3rd Grader