The Young Cubs - Drama & Musical Theatre
Drama Club for young children. Communication, storytelling, confidence building skills learned.
"Play Is The Work of the Child" - -Maria Montessori
A FEW SNAPS FROM THE STUDIOS
WHO IS THE YOUNG CUBS FOR?
Everyone! The Young Cubs programme is designed to introduce kindergarten students from 3-6 years into the magical world of the theatre. We build on the skills required to enable them to become well-rounded individuals. Our focus is on developing self-esteem, confidence and conviction in each individual.
Our classes are broken into the below age groups:
3-4 | 5-6 Yrs
- Speech Drama & Communication
- Musical Theatre - NEW !
- Funky Jazz
- Dance (variety) - New
- Solo Time Classes
Speech, DRAMa & Communication Course
Introducing children to drama at a young age advances their abilities to communicate effectively, work as part of a team, express themselves and think creatively. Our Speech, Drama & Communication course focuses on social skills and confidence building. Our cubs will work on poetry, literature, art and language each class. We work on a range of famous children's books and films. The Young Cubs' all-time favourites characters will be brought to life through song & dance. This drama and performance course nurtures our cubs' acting, singing and dance skills. We want to help our Young Cubs build their confidence and have fun doing so.
- The interpret poetry and literature
- Increase vocabulary
- To be able to speak with confidence in front of an audience
- To work as part of a team
AIMS OF COURSE
- Build self confidence and self esteem
- Develop effective communication skills
- Learn explore a range of expression through voice and movement
- To enhance learning through creative mediums
Musical Theatre Course
The Young Cubs Musical Theatre course is designed to give students an introduction to all three performing arts disciplines: acting, singing and dancing. Students will learn in a fun and creative environment with industry experts who have all been trained at vocational schools in the UK and who have professional performance experience. Students will be introduced to script and learning how to create character through voice and physicality. Students will learn different styles of dance to help them express themselves and perform through movement. Students will also cover basic voice techniques and understand how to act through song and bring the story to life.
- To act, sing and dance
- To act through song
- To perform through dance
AIMS OF COURSE
- To perform knowingly and confidently on stage
- Become well rounded performers
- Holistic exposure to dance
- Lose inhibitions in and explore musical theatre in a safe environment
YOUNG CUBS - LAMDA EXAMINATIONs
CentreStage Studios HK is an official LAMDA Examination Centre in Hong Kong. We have achieved incredible results since launching our LAMDA Examinations. At CentreStage we use the LAMDA syllabus to help structure our Young Cub courses. We allow students to enter for LAMDA Examinations from six years old. LAMDA Examinations are not compulsory and we only encourage students to take an exam if they show a genuine enthusiasm to do so.
LAMDA qualifications help hundreds of thousands of candidates across the world to develop confidence, communication skills and performance techniques. LAMDA exams focus on achievement – aiming to provide each individual with the opportunity to succeed and empower their sense of self, which ultimately creates well-rounded individuals. LAMDA is one of the UK’s oldest and most respected awarding organisations who have been offering practical examinations in communication and performance subjects for over 130 years.
LAMDA is an accredited awarding body of Ofqual (The Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator in England). Communication and Performance Examinations at Level 3 are recognised within the UCAS tariff for UK University entrance.
CentreStage Studios HK students 6 - 18yrs will have the opportunity to enter for LAMDA Examinations at least once per year. Our next LAMDA Examinations session is in December 2017.