Classes for 5~7 years old
Exciting storytelling using drama, music, dolls, masks, etc. stimulates five senses, identifies the structure of the story and improves the latent expressiveness.
We imagine, design, and make images of characters, stage backgrounds, and scenes. Art and drama helps to develop the aesthetic sense of infants.
Through drama play, the expression of imagination and behavior is stimulated Explore and understand characters, scenes, and topics through empathy.
Listening to and expressing various sounds on the stage increases a child’s musical quality and ability to concentrate.
In order to achieve harmony on stage, we develop a sense of cooperation, experience a sense of community and test our body’s expressive power.
It explores the set, costume, props, lighting, etc. on stage and expresses its original characters. Ensemble exercises on stage improve children’s cooperation and social skills.
Classes for 8~13 years old
We start with a practice that sets the basis for proper breathing and vocalization in theater. Practice tune-up, singing correctly, communicating sound, and pronunciation. You learn how to recognize and interpret the songs in your work and make sounds by connecting your body to your voice.
We will study and apply various emotions such as joy, inner conflict, laughter, sorrow, pick-up, shyness, etc. and train the student to develop their own unique characters.
Understand the scene and study it. Through ensemble practice, we create scenes and connect them to create a perfect performance.
Learn basic skills related to performance such as concentration, breathing, pronunciation, movement, etc. Through these skills, you will be able to express your character’s propensity and learn how to work with others on stage or in an ensemble environment.
You will experience musical choreography in the works such as ballet, jazz, hip-hop, tap dance, etc. You learn a complex sequence of movements by creating a creative ensemble environment. You become aware of the concept of teamwork by working with others.
We will learn about the stage, costumes, makeup, props, lighting, sound, and other tools for making performances. Based on these devices, we learn and experience the processes and principles during the performance, such as correct posture and eye contract on stage, regardless of whether or not other actors are on stage.