For many people, stage fright is one of their greatest fears. Some people get physically ill at the thought of speaking in front of their colleagues or making a presentation to clients. The skills developed through theatre, not only train you how to convincingly deliver a message, but also build the confidence you need to take command of the stage. Experience in theatre gives children practice stepping out of their comfort zone and allows them to make mistakes and learn from them in rehearsal. This process gives children the confidence to perform in front of large audiences. Imagine what children could achieve with all the confidence they need to succeed.
HOW WILL YOU KNOW?
• They volunteer opinions and ideas
• They walk with their head high and a smile on their face
• They are willing to try new things
• They are comfortable meeting people.
“All art requires courage.” - Anne Tucker