Drama Clubs

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Offer a Drama Club at Your School!

In Theatre Horizon Drama Club, students are familiarized with the fundamentals of acting as they create and then perform their own original play. Led by professional teaching artists, students practice and develop the Connecting C’s: confidence & creativity, collaboration & communication, and community & care. Students meet for two hours once a week, and class culminates in a final showcase as students perform their world premiere original play for an audience of family and friends.

“The drama club was a great experience because I got to meet new people and I got to be myself—if I wanted to be goofy or silly that was ok.”
—Drama Club Student (2017)

Drama Club Information at a Glance

WHEN: Students meet after school for approximately two hours once a week. Club meets 8 times per session including one performance, with two sessions typically offered a semester (shorter programs also possible upon request).

WHERE: Rehearsals are held in the school auditorium, multi-purpose room, or a classroom.

STUDENTS: This program is appropriate for students in grades 1-6. Clubs contain 12-30 students.

TEACHERS: Our teaching artists are professional theatre artists with experience working with kids and teens. All of our teaching artists have required background clearances.

COST: Starting at $225 per child per 8-week session.

Let's Start a Club!

Drama Club Interest Form

Interested in learning more about starting a Drama Club? Let’s talk! Complete the following initial request form and we’ll be in touch. To submit this form, all fields marked with a “*” must be completed.

Are you willing to be a liaison between Theatre Horizon and the school to get this program started? If not, please include the name and email address for an administrator, parent, or PTO leader who may be willing to be a liaison for this program.*

“Theatre Horizon’s Drama Club has been very inspiring for our students. One of our actors, who was not much of a reader beforehand, became excited about reading by studying her script. Another student who barely spoke in class is now comfortable getting in front of an audience and presenting herself with confidence.”
—Laura Boquist, General Nash Drama Club Parent Coordinator (2016)

For more information on offering a Theatre Horizon Drama Club at your school, contact Sheridan Merrick, Education Coordinator & Resident Teaching Artist,  at or 610-283-2230 x706.
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