Our Performing Arts THeatre School offers ArtsView Camps & Mini-Camps, Theatre Education Classes, Elementary Production Classes, Homeschool Drama Classes, Workshops, On-Campus School Programs, the Annual Playwright Contest, the College Scholarship Program, and Apprentice & Intern Programs.
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ArtsView believes the old adage…
“Tell me and I will forget. Teach me and I will remember. Involve me and I will learn.”
“Out of a classroom of thirty children… ten will be employed in an Arts-related occupation someday.”
~Education Commission of the States~
PARTICIPATION in THEATRE develops…
COMPREHENDING: Learning to derive meaning from written and performed plays sharpens perception and understanding of abstract ideas.
PROBLEM SOLVING: Acting games and backstage work develop ability to understand a problem and reach an appropriate solution.
LOGICAL REASONING: Analyzing characters and performances strengthens inductive and deductive reasoning and the skill to apply particular lessons to other problems and situations.
USING SYMBOLS: Writing stage shorthand and reading ground plans strengthens the use of other symbol-based systems such as math and music.
CONCEPTUALIZING: Learning to analyze and classify different types of plays and styles of performance builds the ability to deal with abstract ideas.
VERBAL AND NONVERBAL SKILLS: Acting teaches students to express themselves, understand others, and communicate both verbally and through body language.
TEAMWORK: Working on a play, we are all on the same team and no one wins unless everyone does – cast, crew, audience and all.
CONFIDENCE: Theatre teaches honest evaluation of strengths and weaknesses, while building confidence through the satisfying achievement of individual and group goals.
IMAGINATION: To reach beyond what we know and create something new requires practice. Theatre encourages combining old information with new ideas to form art!
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