School ResidenciesThe teaching of drama and acting is a great addition to any school curriculum. Acting can play a vital role in child development, helping children improve their self-confidence, attitudes about school, level of creativity and empathy, and social skills.
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Workshops to Build Skills and Character – Drama Without Trauma!
Our professional actors, directors and designers working in the industry teach interactive workshops and residencies for your students. They are educated, trained and experienced, not only in their field, but also in sharing their craft with young people.
Choose from the following curriculum:
- Scene Study
- Creative Dramatics
- Speaking for the Stage
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Learn More Your Students’ Love for Theatre Will Blossom
Magical Theatre Company’s tools and programs enable many magic moments for students and educators – all while strengthening learning skills and immersing them in a new experience. Talk to us today about the different ways you can incorporate theatre into your curriculum.
“My students have witnessed the amazing transformation of award-winning children’s literature into awe-inspiring performances that engage and excite our students. We have seen over 18 years of performances ranging from The BFG to A Wrinkle in Time. Each one has had a lasting impression on my students and on me. Magical Theatre Company has that affect on people.”
“We are so lucky to have Magical Theatre in our community. We are fortunate that you care enough to research what is required material and relevant information for our students. Arts integration is the key to meaningful learning.”
“I just appreciate that you aren’t afraid to tackle tough topics. You do such an amazing job of staying true to the topic without watering it down or making it politically correct.”
“The actors’ portrayal of characters brought content to life for the students & enriched their learning.”