Drama Club & Afterschool Drama Class Registration

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Dear Parents,
First of all, my name is Matt Ludlam and I am a Theatre Teacher with over 18 years of classroom experience working with students aged 4-18 in a theatrical environment. I spent the first 8 years of my career teaching Creative Dramatics in the Public School System and for the last 11 years I have been working with a large variety of private schools in the DFW Metroplex.

All Classes and Sessions will use theatre games and activities to enhance the following skills in students:

  1. Using clarity and emotional empathy when speaking,
  2. Physical control,
  3. Identifying and displaying emotions
  4. Creative storytelling
  5. Character Creation
  6. Imaginative Exploration

For you the 2021-2022 school year we are offering a  program at Starwood Academy of Frisco called “Adventures in Acting!”  During this 60 minute session students will practice and enhance skills in storytelling, emotional expression, creative movement, public speaking, and listening. This is appropriate for children ages 4-6. We are offering similar programs for different age groups at different schools.

You have the choice at some schools to either pay monthly or pay for the entire semester at one time. If you choose to pay monthly you will need to come back to this site each month to pay.

We  provide a monthly newsletter tailored to your school that features pictures of your students in action and descriptions of all our activities, themes, and goals.

All of the units are process-based and therefore not intended to end with a big show. Instead, we create a video of the students acting and participating in our activities that can be shared with the parents. I believe that the child benefits most by experiencing and focusing on the activity at hand instead of worrying about a big event. In doing this many small important lessons are learned and practical application of skills is not overlooked. This also allows us to keep our prices and fees low as well as avoid troublesome afterschool scheduling conflicts.