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Crash-A-Course

We believe children learn best while they are exploring and having fun! At the same time, our play-centric arts education programmes promote the social and emotional growth of children.

Sign your child up for the free "Crash-A-Course" now to try out the exciting courses at The Theatre Practice!

 

"Crash-A-Course" Information

Date: 28.05.2017 (Sunday)
Venue: The Theatre Practice (54 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187953)

9.00am – 10.00am

12.00pm – 1.00pm

* Courses are conducted in Mandarin.
* Limited places available. Please register early.
^ Based on your child's age in 2017

Join “Crash-A-Course” and enjoy 10% discount off course fees for the first term and a waiver of REGISTRATION fee! 
Valid from 28 May to 3 June 2017.
2017 Timetable for Courses

You can register at bit.ly/crashacourse2017 or fill up the registration form below.

 

More about the courses:

Play In Arts (4-6 years old)

How long has it been since you looked up and marveled at the birds flying across the sky? Or stopped to peer at the intricate patterns of leaves, rubbing your fingers across their textures? Children do such things every day. They embrace the world with open hearts and unconditional love.

In our classes, we give them simple items such as hula hoops, bouncy balls or empty tins and sticks, and they conjure up games in abundance! It’s not just fun and games though. Children instinctively learn to concentrate, work with other kids, appreciate music and rhythm, and loosen up their bodies to physically express themselves in different ways. Designed by our co-founder, Goh Lay Kuan, Play In Arts aims to engage your child with precisely such ‘playful’ activities, and inspire kids through exposure to all kinds of art activities!

The course includes:

 

Drama Class (10-12 years old)

In our classes, before we start to imitate characters, let us first observe ourselves. Explore your body, let loose different sounds, appreciate the different ways that we express ourselves, observe others and our surroundings. This is apparent in the classroom as students immerse themselves in theatre games, enhance their connection of body to mind through movement, and work in groups to create a dramatic piece. Drama flows naturally onstage as an extension of life itself.

In Drama Class, the emphasis is not on training actors. Our teachers encourage physical and verbal expression, nurture creativity, build confidence, and aim to develop each individual’s character. Some of our students also have the opportunity to perform alongside professional actors in our musicals and plays!

The course includes:

 

 

Our theatre should aspire to objectively critique life, respectfully entertain audiences, and forever explore new uncharted territories. Based on this basic consensus, we shall debate among ourselves vigorously as we support each other loyally.

Kuo Pao Kun | Co-Founder