Elective Programme

Drama with Me2

Overview

Drama with Me2 programme is an “Inclusive Spotlight” drama initiative designed to provide individuals with special needs an opportunity to explore the world of theatre and drama.

Through a carefully curated curriculum, our experienced drama instructors work hand in hand with participants, fostering self-expression, communication skills, and creative confidence.

We believe that every individual has a unique story to tell, and theatre becomes the stage where they can unleash their imagination and embrace their authenticity. Our inclusive approach ensures that all participants feel valued and supported as they engage in various dramatic activities, improvisation, and scripted performances. Through this program, we aim to celebrate diversity, nurture a sense of belonging, and showcase the incredible talents of each participant, giving them a chance to shine brightly in their own spotlight.

Programme Duration

Max participants per class: 10
Each lesson has a duration of 60 mins.

Learning Objectives
Participants will have the opportunity to engage in sensory experiences to help them transition from their daily routines to the focused and imaginative world of dramatic expression. By incorporating tactile elements like scarves, props, or textured fabrics, participants are encouraged to explore and interact with their environment, enhancing their ability to stay engaged and focused.
Many individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities may face challenges with verbal communication. Sensory play provides an alternative mode of expression, allowing participants to convey emotions, preferences, and comfort levels through non-verbal means. The use of props, sound cues, and visual elements creates a multi-sensory environment that encourages self-expression, fostering a sense of agency and empowerment.
Participants get to engage in purposeful movement such as mimicking gardening or shopping actions with props. This not only aids in the development and refinement of motor skills but also contributes to an increased sense of body awareness and coordination.
Participants work together to create scenes and scenarios, fostering a sense of community and shared experiences. This social interaction is crucial for developing interpersonal skills.
Participants are encouraged to practise miming to convey emotions, moods, and expressions through exaggerated movements and facial expressions. This can be particularly helpful for those who may struggle with identifying or expressing emotions verbally.
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