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The Benefits of Drama

Back-to-school time is typically when parents start thinking about what kids will be doing both in and out of the classroom. Read the rest of the story by clicking here.  

Drama Kids International Announces the Addition of New Franchise Owners

Source: Drama Kids International Dated: May 07, 2015  Drama provider expands to 54 locations in the U.S. due to popularity of program  LEESBURG, Va. — Contact:  Charlie Kerr President 1-866-809-1055 ext. 201 charlie@dramakids.com Drama Kids International Announces the Addition of New Franchise Owners  Drama provider expands to 54 locations in the U.S. due to popularity […]

The Benefits of Drama Classes for Children

When you consider drama clubs and classes for children, what conclusions do you draw? Do you think of a room full of confident, extrovert young people with ruthless ambitions for Hollywood or television? Has your own child expressed an interest in the peforming arts and been badgering to go? Have you spotted what you think might be […]

Drama Kids Fights Back Against Bullying

According to the Stop Bullying Now Foundation, 60% of all middle school students say they have been bullied; and, 20% of all elementary school children and high school students say they have been bullied. We believe there is one important element that can defeat bullying and that’s confidence. Confidence allows kids the ability to stand […]

5 Tips to Develop Strong Speaking Skills in Your Child

1)  Listen to what your child is saying.  Children must feel that what they say is important.  Put down the paper, turn off the TV or car radio, and converse.  Knowing that you are listening to them will reinforce their confidence in speaking to you and to others. 2) Practice developing strong eye contact. Require […]

Drama Kids Removes Common Negative Stereotypes about Children’s Drama Programs

Myth: The purpose of children’s drama is to entertain an audience. Fact: The purpose of children’s drama is for participants to develop speaking skills, acting skills, creative thinking, confidence and self esteem.   Myth: Drama requires repetitive memorization of lines. Fact: Creative, developmental drama uses new short plays and other drama activities each class.  The […]