Participation gives a child a higher level of self-esteem and a more
positive outlook on life. The more confident a child becomes, the
more their self-esteem will grow. Children with high self-esteem
have a tendency to perform better scholastically and have a better
outlook on life.
It teaches them
the importance of dedication, focus and practice. It makes them set
goals and forces them to pursue excellence.
It develops a sense of self discipline that benefits them in all
aspects of life.
how to deal with failures and how it feels to be successful.
gives your child a sense of self-confidence that they will carry
with them through life.
can flourish and academics can improve. Creative thought process can
be developed through theatre and used in Math and Science for
problem solving and experimentation.
self-expression can be developed.
and performing in a show can promote teamwork.
lines for a play encourages the use public speaking. Speaking in
front of audiences develops confidence and improved communication
who attend live theatre learn about the behavior expected from an
audience and theatre etiquette.
learn about the history of theatre, the different styles of theatre
and the production.