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The Celebrate Drama! 2018 theme 'Exploring Crossroads' invites students to explore the multiple roads which they may travel to develop personally through drama. The festival features two meaningful collaborative experiences in the form of the much-anticipated C3 (Creative Collaboration Camp) and 10 in a Bag performance showcase.Find out more »
On 15 and 16 July 2016, more than 700 youths, parents, drama educators, theatre practitioners and people who work with youths celebrated drama at SDEA's biennale youth and community festival Celebrate Drama! 2016. The Arts House was abuzz with workshops, performances and a theatre open house performed and managed by youths all over the Singapore.Find out more »
In the 8th year running, the theme for Celebrate Drama! 2014 is "YOUth Take On Local Literature". Workshops and performances use lesser known Singapore literary works as a stimulus to learn new drama skills and deepen understanding of drama processes.Find out more »
Whether you’re a teacher in a mainstream school or one that has a special ed focus, there is something for you and your students at Celebrate Drama. This year’s line up offers teachers and drama educators methods to engage their students in performance or work with different communities. Be a part of a forum in Guiding Youths in Using Drama for Social Change with panelists from MOE and international schools, MCYS (Youth division), the National Arts Council, a Voluntary Welfare…Find out more »
Drama can provide a common ground or a different approach to tackle healthcare issues. If you work with challenged individuals or groups, Celebrate Drama! offers different avenues for surfacing discussion, encouraging cognitive and physical integration, as well as building community development. All happening at Celebrate Drama! 2012, The Arts House, 1 & 2 June 2012. Early bird offer - 10% off all bookings ends 15th May. SDEA members get 25% off all bookings till 30th May! Celebrate Drama! 2012 Designed…Find out more »
Drama is DIVERSE Drama can extend beyond the stage to address social issues and create social change. How can it be used in a responsible and meaningful way by and for different youth profiles? This year, the theme of Celebrate Drama! 2012 is ‘Connecting Communities through YOUth.’ It spotlights people working with and for youths, particularly in the area of social service and change. Join us at The Arts House for two days of workshops, presentations, performances and dialogues to…Find out more »