Current & Upcoming Programmes (Young People)
Stage Camp by SRT continues this June with all new adventures for young people of all ages. Stage Camp creates a space for young people to explore their creativity, learn performance skills and to step into the spotlight.
Our young performers are encouraged to play, create and present their own stories during their time in Camp; delving into the magic of theatre to bring stories to life. Theatre takes audiences on adventures, where reality meets the mythical, comedy collides with romance and characters are created in front of our eyes. Stage Camp by SRT harnesses this theatre magic in an action packed and fun filled holiday programme, as our campers learn and enhance their performance skills in a safe and nurturing environment.
Here at SRT, we believe that every child is important, and that all children should be given equal opportunity for drama exposure. Every child is allowed to experience, explore and engage themselves in theatre created just for them. Each programme is tailored to the age range and incorporates a variety of exciting games, tasks and activities that are both challenging and educational and will leave your child inspired and enthralled.
The next STAGE Camp enrolment:
Monday to Friday
10 - 14 June or 24 – 28 June 2019
Duration: 2 hours a day
PLAY STAGE – Fantastic Mr. Fox
Stage Camp by SRT continues this June with adventures into the wonderful world of Roald Dahl. Welcome to a week-long camp for young people to explore creativity, learn performance skills and step into the spotlight.
This June, let PLAY Stage take your child on a fun adventure with Fantastic Mr. Fox!
Together with our experienced drama practitioner, your child will
Learn and practice various drama skills, Make new friends whilst developing confidence and improving communication, Grow in their self-esteem, and Bring their stories to life, through the magic of theatre.
Don’t miss this exciting week of drama, music and movement which culminates in a presentation at the end of the week for friends and family.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR – Reginal Allyn
Reginal Allyn graduated from Singapore Polytechnic with a Diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology and has since worked with various drama companies and practitioners, like Bridget Lachica, and honed her teaching and directing skills.
She sees drama as an opportunity for children to grow in confidence and learn more about themselves. Reginal Allyn is a firm believer that it is important to constantly grow in one's skills by going back to being a student in order to become a better teacher. She has since obtained a Specialist Diploma in Arts Education from NIE in 2017, a Certificate in Teaching Arts in an Early Childhood Environment in 2018 and is currently pursuing her BA in Psychology and Human Resource Management.
Working with an experienced theatre practitioner, THEATRE Stage allows participants a chance to explore the world of George’s Marvelous Medicine. This fun and interactive workshop focuses on the art of Storytelling and its techniques.
In THEATRE Stage, your child will
Experience various theatre and team building activities
Learn and put into practice drama and actor skills
Make new friends whilst growing in confidence and self-esteem, and
Improve their communication skills.
Come join us for a summer of fun which culminates in a devised presentation at the end of the week for friends and family.
This programme is perfect for children who have experienced theatre or are taking their first steps into drama.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR – Ashley Chelliah
Ashley graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic with a Diploma in Child Psychology and Early Education. She has since worked with various drama companies over the years and adopted her drama skills through her mentors and teaching experiences. Having worked with children aged 18 months to 16 years, Ashley specialises in teaching preschool children, between the ages of 3 - 6 years old. She is currently pursuing a Bachelors in Psychological Science in the hopes to integrate drama and counselling.
Working with an experienced theatre practitioner, ACTING Stage focuses on learning and developing performance skills for the stage. Using the story of The Twits as a springboard for ideas, the participants will look at fun and wacky ways in which you can tell stories of your own and how you can go about turning them into pieces of theatre.
In ACTING Stage, your child will:
Experience theatre and team building activities
Learn and hone their drama and actor skills
Create unique stories while taking part in actor training exercises
Develop stage presence, vocal skills and creative writing
This workshop is filled with games and activities but will also challenge participants to develop their understanding of the Theatre Industry.
It is perfect for young people with an interest in stories, writing, performing and theatre.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR – Kimberly Arriola
Kimberly is a graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a Degree in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education and an alumna of Singapore Polytechnic’s Diploma in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education. Having completed her studies, Kimberly now works as an applied theatre practitioner who greatly believes in bringing the arts into the local community, as evident through her past endeavours working with like-minded social and educational institutions such as SPD, Babes, the National Library Board and the National Institute of Education.
At present, Kimberly is working towards her aspiration of becoming a writer, having been a part of Checkpoint Theatre’s Playwriting Masterclass and SRT’s Young Company Writing Programme. Since then she has staged her first play, Curry Puff, which was part of The Twenty Something Theatre Festival.