Drama at Rawson Saunders is an exciting platform for safe expression and focused utilization of the imagination. Through their work in the classroom, students increase creativity, originality, sensitivity, fluency, and confidence while developing important communication and cooperation skills. Students learn different styles of acting including pantomime, improvisation, monologue, and scene work and study the history of the theatre. Additionally, many of our activities are used to increase the sense of community in the classroom. Students have the opportunity throughout the year to participate in school performances.
Be sure to check our play performance pages:
The Laramie Project
I Never Saw Another Butterfly
The plays were performed in public venues to sold out shows.