Drama enhances students’ artistic and creative abilities and gives them a better understanding of themselves and their world. Acting and staging skills are taught in conjunction with a study of texts and contexts which enable students to devise, interpret, analyse, and evaluate dramatic forms and style.
The study of drama provides a good foundation for tertiary study in creative and performing arts, arts administration, acting, media studies, teaching, journalism, law, public relations, and speech pathology. Drama is also important in the development of leisure skills as it encourages on-going involvement in community theatre and encourages active interaction in all forms of cultural activity. Any career which involves social interaction and public presentation will be enhanced by the study of Drama.
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