Children enjoy drama workshops in holidays
added art to her drama and plans to expand into singing perhaps next year.
This October the workshop students prepared five plays for a show put on in the Old Folks Hall Friday, October 19 to display their learning and talent. They were popular selections including the Mad Hatters Tea Party, Nursery Rhymes Behind the Scenes, Miss Honey Tries to Help (from Matilda) with The Trial of Toad and Toad’s Escape from Wind and the Willows.
The children each presented a monologue and some performed a poem to add variety to the production.
Shirley hopes her group will present their first play at the Mad Hatters Tea Party and plans a float in Woodville’s Christmas Parade.
Students pose outside Watch This Space Studio in Vogel St, Woodville, having decorated the window with masks they made.
Busy rehearsing a scene from the Mad Hatters Tea Party in preparation for the Friday show.