For the love of theater
It is no mystery the stage is where I find peace. For the past 21 years, I have been an active member of the theater community. I have performed in hundreds of plays and musicals. I have choreographed, stage managed, worked for crew and directed. What I find to be the most rewarding experience of my theater life is working with youth. It is said:
• Students involved in drama performance coursework or experience outscored non-arts students on the 2005 SAT by an average of 65 points in the verbal component and 34 points in the math component
• Drama activities improve reading comprehension, and both verbal and non-verbal communication skills
• Drama helps to improve school attendance and reduce high school dropout rates
• A 2005 Harris Poll revealed that 93% of the public believes that arts, including theatre, are vital to a well-rounded education
• Drama can improve skills and academic performance in children and youth with learning disabilities
The theater is important, it creates a family, and allows creative. Theater allows you to express yourself through a character, through singing.
I regard the theater as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being. ~Oscar Wilde
The theater is a magical place!
Peace and Love!