At Drama Kids, we push the tables and chairs aside and ask the students to throw their inhibitions out the window. We provide an environment that encourages students to experiment with their voices and express themselves creatively without judgment. We ask them to take risks and try a new approach at the risk of failure, and then we encourage them to try again.

Through weekly sessions, students become more confident and their self-esteem blooms! While your child will certainly gain acting skills, our main goal is to help children and young adults develop the skills they need to succeed in life. These skills will follow them as they move through school and into the “real world.”

They will be able to use a well-projected voice to:

  • ask questions or volunteer answers
  • make new friends
  • participate easily in teams or study groups
  • discuss or share ideas fluently
  • negotiate successfully
  • talk with adults with ease
  • have the confidence to say “no” and stick up for themselves when necessary

At Drama Kids, we share your goal of helping your children believe fully in themselves and achieve their full potential in this world!

Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding our Drama Kids program. 585-586-3830 or email rocdramakids@gmail.com.

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Allison 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. Allison taught general music, founded an Elementary Jazz Band, and directed student musicals at the Penn Yan Elementary School. She was a HF-L long term Choral and General Music substitute teacher in the HF-L district. She is the founder of Fowler Music Studio, where she taught private music lessons. Allison enjoys weight training, sewing, and painting. Allison resides in Lima with her husband, Shaun, who is the Director of Operations at the Ugandan Water Project, and holds an MBA from RIT. They have two children, Ella and Liam. Drama Kids International of Rochester has been providing dramatic instruction in the greater Rochester area since 2005.