Philosophy

The study and practice of the art of performing can elevate one’s life experience and increase self-esteem while expanding compassion and empathy.  It is essential learning for students of any age.  Drama class is not just for the expressive, overly dramatic child who does not prefer to do sports.  Drama class is the class, above all others, that will teach them how to creatively interact with the rest of the world no matter what they do with their lives.  Drama teaches them to confidently express their ideas and to create a work environment whereby all ideas and individuals are respected and listened to.  This simple life lesson will benefit, not only the future actor, but also the future lawyer, doctor, CEO, manager, teacher, police officer, politician, diplomat, scientist, volunteer or parent...etc.


"If you can make them laugh, they are listening. If they are listening, you can talk to each other."

- The unknown clown - 

Artist in Residence Bookings - Inviting Teachers

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2020

  • Frankfurt International School- Germany - Jez Gregg
  • Notre Dame High School - California, USA - Amanda Tepe
  • Campbell Hall Creative Arts Academy - California, USA - Jason Rowland

2019

  • Notre Dame High School - California, USA - Amanda Tepe
  • International School of Beijing - China - Hannah Northcott, Jeff Redman
  • Campbell Hall Creative Arts Academy - California, USA - Jason Rowland
  • North Hollywood High School - California, USA - Sara Ann
  • United World College South East Asia - Singapore - Lorna Kathleen, Chris Fosdick, Bronwyn Bye
  • Singapore American School - Singapore - Leanne Fulcher, Tom Schultz
  • American International School of Budapest - Hungary - Tina Wojtysiak, Chilla Tamas, Douglas Gillis

2018

  • Singapore American School - Singapore - Leanne Fulcher, Tom Schultz
  • Frankfurt International School- Germany - Jez Gregg

2017

  • Under construction

2016

  • Under construction