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Drama Kids International Set To Offer Classes In Kitsap County
Drama Kids International has announced its arrival in the Kitsap County community to offer programs designed to develop public speaking and communication skills and bolster self-confidence and self-esteem in children and teens.
“When it comes to signing your child up for after-school activities, it is important to think about the lifetime benefits of different programs and not automatically turn to sports and overlook drama and the creative arts” says Sue Pargman, owner of Drama Kids of Kitsap. “Unlike most other drama programs where children memorize and recite lines for a performance, the Drama Kids curriculum utilizes fun, creative and interactive activities that focus on confident acting skills, creative movement and dialogue development, resulting in improved communication skills, self-confidence and self-esteem.”
Drama Kids classes are held in various locations throughout the week and kids attend class once per week for one hour. They are fun, fast paced and feature a highly structured curriculum taught by energetic, enthusiastic and highly trained individuals.
In recognition of the new arrival, Drama Kids of Kitsap is offering free "Explore Drama" classes during the week of September 22. “I am very excited to be a part of the local community and offer a chance for children to take part in fun drama activities that will enhance their academic and personal development experience!” said Pargman. “In addition, the parents can rest assured that their children are involved in an enriching after-school activity.”
For more information on Drama Kids of Kitsap, please contact Sue Pargman at (360) 860-0367.
About Drama Kids
Drama Kids International is the largest after-school drama program in the world, with more than 50,000 students currently at its 1,500 plus locations both in the United States and internationally. Its copyrighted curriculum features original, creative lessons with a built-in advancing scale of language development that enables students of different ages and abilities to progress at their own rate. Its curriculum differs significantly from traditional drama programs, with an emphasis on fun drama activities that are designed to allow all students to fully participate and develop acting and speaking skills regardless of age or prior experience level.
Drama Kids offers age-appropriate classes for students ages 3 through 18 years old. Classes meet once each week for one hour at locations throughout the country. The program allows new enrollment throughout the year, space permitting. Drama Kids also offers Drama Kids Preschool Workshops, Drama Kids Summer Camp, and Drama Kids At School, an in-school program for elementary and middles schools that brings its innovative curriculum directly into the schools as part of the school’s after-school program. For more information, visit www.dramakids.com.