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Please note that discounts apply if drama class fees for existing students are paid by the second week of each term.
The class fee per term for existing senior teens and adult students is $135 (a discount of $15) and $70 for junior students (a $10 discount), but to qualify for the discount, fees must be paid by the second week.
Looking for drama classes in Auckland? Howick Little Theatre's drama classes are structured to allow individual students to learn and be challenged in a fun environment. It is not necessary for participants to have existing drama experience –- a strong desire to be there and a willingness to try new things is all that is required (though a sense of humour is a plus!). A range of theatrical devices, games, styles, exercises and devised provocations is used. Focus is given to character development and storytelling and students will learn much and grow in confidence. There is also a strong emphasis on creating work. Students are encouraged to free up their imaginations and explore the notion of play as a creative tool while also learning to trust their abilities to communicate through physical expression.
PAYMENTS: Full payment of term fees is expected on the first day of class, but is required by the second class. A discount is available for existing students if fees are paid by the second class. The full term fee is payable after the second week of class for all students.
WITHDRAWAL FROM A CLASS: A student may withdraw at no cost before the first class of term. Withdrawal prior to the second class of term will incur a $25 administration charge, then the balance of fees will be refunded. If a student withdraws any later in the term, no fee refund will be possible. Notification of withdrawal from a class must be in writing.
He directed Auckland Theatre Company's first production for 2011, Robert Lord's Well Hung. Ben co-directed ATC's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream with Colin McColl in 2012. In 2014, Ben directed the stage adaptation of Margaret Mahy's The Man Whose Mother Was a Pirate for the Auckland Theatre Company.
There are five classes available to suit different ages and allow student progression. The classes are arranged in these age groups: 6-8 years, 9-11 years, young teens (12-14 years), older teens (15-18 years), and adults. Click here for individual class times and dates.
Term 1: Mon, 2 February to 30 March (9 weeks)
Tues, 3 February to 31 March (9 weeks)
Term 2: Mon, 27 April to 29 June (9 weeks excluding Queen’s Birthday)
Tues, 28 April to 23 June (9 weeks)
Term 3: Mon, 20 July to 14 Sept (9 weeks)
Tues, 21 July to 15 Sept (9 weeks)
Term 4: Mon, 12 Oct to 7 Dec (9 weeks including Labour Day)
Tues, 13 Oct to 8 Dec (9 weeks)
In-class presentations are staged during the year and there will also be opportunities to share work with friends and family.