Drama classes delight youth
Boys and girls aged seven to nine gathered at Dampier Community Hall last week for a free three-day drama workshop with the IF Foundation Dampier Performing Arts Academy.
More than 20 children participated in performance activities conducted by organisers and mentors Ariana Paganetti and David Williams.
Whether they loved the stage or had never performed for an audience before, all the children enthusiastically joined in the role plays, freezeframe games and improvisation activities, which had a focus on friendship and anti-bullying.
Two other three-day workshops were held for children, aged four to six and 10 to 17.
Students pretend to be ninjas at the drama workshop at Dampier Community Hall last week.
Children eager to be involved in class activities.
Bailey Smith, 7, Mackenzie Smith, 8, Taylah Dremmel, 8, and Sophie Gillis, 7.
Ashley Craske, 9, and Mackenzie Smith, 8, act up a storm.
Cody Preece, 7, Hudson Ainsbury, 7, Tamiya Lovell, 9, Mackenzie Smith, 8, James McLuckie, 6, and Sophie Gillis, 7, take a bow.
Tayla Gillis, 10, Hudson Ainsbury, 7, Cody Preece, 7, and James McLuckie, 6.