For ages 4 - 5
These playful classes are an ideal introduction to the speech and drama program for young children. Spend four weeks stepping into favourite - and soon-to-be favourite - storybooks, experiencing them through creative drama, storytelling and dramatic play. Creativity and imagination are at the forefront of these playful classes that will assist children to find their voices and the joy of communication and storytelling.
The Storybook Series is a chance to explore stories by popular children's authors, and to delve into theme-based explorations of winter, spring, wild things, and fairy tales. Stories and poetry come to life as we give voice to character and narration.
Try one or two classes or join us for a full year of storybook drama.
Instructors: Susan Duska
|Storybook: Robert Munsch||CRN 1142||TBA||Saturday||Sept. 23 - Nov. 4, 2017||11 - 11:45 a.m.||TBA||$100|
|Storybook: Tales of the North Pole||CRN 1128||Susan||Saturday||Nov. 4 - Dec. 16, 2017||9 - 9:45 a.m.||TBA||$100|
Schedule subject to change
For more information about Speech Arts and Drama group classes, including answers to frequently asked questions, please visit our Navigating the Speech Arts and Drama Program page.
or by calling 403-440-6821
*Heavy call volumes may be experienced when the registration period first opens.
Room LocationsRoom numbers designated with the "ED" prefix are located in the Conservatory building, the Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts. The Taylor Centre is located on the east side of the main campus and can be recognized by its distinctive orange roof.
Room numbers designated with the "EC" prefix are located in the Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning building, on the east side of the main campus. The EC building is connected to the Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts.
Room numbers designated with the "EA" prefix are located in the Faculty of Arts building, on the east side of the main campus and across the road from the Conservatory building, the Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts.