WELCOME TO DRAMA KIDS OF ROCHESTER
Drama Kids International of Rochester has been providing dramatic instruction in the greater Rochester area since 2005.
Discover the Drama Kids Difference…
Drama Kids International believes that children and youth should be given the opportunities to develop their communication skills and confidently express themselves through creativity. We provide a safe and inclusive environment that encourages students to experiment with their voices, move their bodies, and share their creative thoughts without judgment. Our unique curriculum is focused on the individual child and the personal growth they achieve over the theater production itself. Our weekly upbeat skill-building classes will help your child develop their confidence and potential, and each class culminates in a fun showcase or performance that highlights their skills! We hope you will join us and experience the Drama Kids difference yourself!
Thank you for your interest in Drama Kids! Please call us at 585-586-3830 if you have any questions.
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MEET OUR DIRECTOR: Allison Fowler brings a wealth of experience working with children in a variety of creative arts. As a graduate of Honeoye Falls-Lima, Allison went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the Crane School of Music, and her Master’s in Music Education from Boston University. Some of Allison’s career highlights include teaching general music, starting an Elementary Jazz Band, directing student musicals, and owning Fowler Music Studio, where she taught private music lessons. Her commitment to seeing children develop confidence and creativity brought her to Drama Kids in 2017. Allison currently lives in the HFL area with her husband, Shaun, and their two Drama Kids, Ella and William!
MEET OUR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Michelle Chapman loves to help children and teens discover their confidence through creativity and the arts. She has experience teaching art and drama to school-age children within the public school and home-school community, as well as to children overseas through charitable organizations. A few of Michelle’s career highlights include working for the Ugandan Water Project as their Trip Coordinator, Coordinator of a children’s program for a local church, and life coach certification. Michelle earned her B.A. in Studio Art and Psychology from SUNY Geneseo. She lives in the HFL area with her husband, Tim, and their two children, Samuel and Gabrielle.