Studying dramas builds a better understanding of ourselves and develops emotional maturity by using voices, expressions, gestures, and creativity. It also improves self-esteem. Moreover, theatrical production demonstrates academic achievement in improved reading, regular attendance, participating in co-curricular activities, and art-oriented events.
Children who lack theatrical production knowledge tend to be left behind not only in the academic but also in the practical world. They are unaware of their capabilities and interests.
To overcome all the issues faced due to the lack of drama studies, Digital Learning Support offers a theatrical production program that will foster soft skills in you and train you how to design and teach a theater production from start to finish. You'll learn skills such as working with kids, finding inspiration for production, and more.
This course is perfect for teachers who want to add a new dimension to their classroom. You'll learn how to create theatrical productions, design sets, write scripts, and more! Moreover, our programs include more detailed information regarding acting, directing, stage management, lighting designs, how to act on stage or in front of the camera, and more.
You want your students to gain confidence, learn about teamwork, and have fun with an activity they love; get our theatrical production course designed for educators of all levels and backgrounds.
Our Theatrical Production Program
Our programs are designed to support student's social and emotional needs and anti-bullying and target every human sense.
Our course extends training by combining different styles, including visual (spatial) that features learning via images and gestures; aural featuring learning via music and songs; verbal style includes learning using words and voices; and physical style include learning via body movements and touch.
The program benefits students in the following way;
● Develop empathy
● Maintain a sense of safety
● Develop a feeling of fun and enthusiasm
● Enhances social skills.
The theatrical production of any form is a delight to its audience, the crowds are always thrilled when good performance is on display. This is why our theatrical production comprises of in-trend techniques to create educational content to achieve your goals. These contents don’t have to be only entertaining, it must be appealing to achieve the goals produced by the students or instructors.
In theatrical production, professionals guide the students through the planning, rehearsal and presentation of the final work. As we present the work to an audience, we ensure the contents are suitable for the right audience and the performers efficiently convey the message. The theatrical production can either be converted from a text into a live performance or can be created for a written story.
The theatrical production can be for stage plays, musicals, written scripts, etc. Regardless of the occasion, our production team supervises the entire production process and relates with other smaller teams such as sets, costumes, lighting, props, music and other expertise to achieve the team’s vision.
We divide our theatrical production service into two; dramatic production which involves a performance of a work that is dramatic, such as a person walking on a rope, and non-dramatic, any performance that is delivered to a live audience to thrill or excite them, for example, a musical.
Whether a performance is to be dramatic, they undergo the following method to ensure the message is passed;
Writing a script or story: Here we draft the right storyline the entire theatrical production is built upon. In writing a story or script we construct the idea, pre-write the entire story, infuse the characters, write and edit it.
Figuring out what it takes to run a production from start to finish: At this stage, we figure out what it takes to run the idea from start to finish. We include operational cost, costume, number of personnel’s, availability of location, and every other thing the production would take.
Casting: At this point in the production stage, the number of personnel needed to run the show is known. So, during casting participants are assigned their various roles.
Rehearsals: This is the tedious phase of practicing the roles you are assigned. This phase is tedious as roles have to be taken over and over again to mastery.
Last performance: The final performance is when the entire project is presented to a live audience. Here all the work we put is appreciated.
To learn more about our Theatrical Production Program, feel free to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.