The Nowra Players have been operating youth drama classes for many years. Classes are offered to primary (minimum year 1 at school) and secondary students aged from 6 to 18 years of age.
The classes are conducted by qualified teachers who have educational qualifications to degree level and have experience in staging plays.
Drama is an excellent way to stimulate imagination and creativity in children as well as improving confidence and self esteem. The sorts of activities experienced encourage cooperation, discipline and self expression.
Students in the drama classes are encouraged to audition for Nowra Players productions and, in recent years, have appeared in Camelot! A Panto, Spamalot – Young at Heart, Vicar of Dibley and Something to Tell You. The drama students will hold class presentations for family and friends at least once a year.
In addition, the Players host and sponsor the Shoalhaven Youth Drama Awards, an annual event (usually near the end of term 3 at school) where students from local schools perform dramatic pieces before a guest judge. Prizes are awarded in several categories including best individual and group pieces.
For information concerning Youth Drama Classes, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Players Theatre, Meroo St, Bomaderry. (Classes are held in the studio adjacent to the main theatre.)
Duration: Classes run for one hour.
Days: Dependent on enrolments and teacher availability. Traditionally classes are held from Monday to Thursday.
Times: 4.15pm and 5.30pm (subject to change)
Cost: $100 per term for 1st child; $195 for 2 children; $290 for 3 children. (includes GST)