More “Drama Out of the Box” at the Library

by beth on February 26, 2019

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Above: Children are invited to improvise and use their imaginations “out of the box” at the Library. (pics cropped from Facebook and Twitter)

A few weeks ago, I posted that were invited to have fun with improvisational drama at the Library. At the time, I thought it was a one off event. Recently, I discovered that there are two more opportunities coming up. Just note – registration is required to participate.

At the “Drama Out of the Box” events, educator Meredith Charles will help children explore the world of acting through pantomime, story-telling and creative expression. Her website explains:

What is “Drama out of the box?” It is the method I use to encourage, motivate, and guide students. . . At it’s core, it is improvisation. I never know exactly what will happen, as the students are the players. I provide the structure and the facilitation, but the end result comes from their ideas, thoughts and experiences.

The next sessions are again for children ages 6 and up:

  • Saturday, March 9th from 11:00 – 11:45 am
  • Thursday, April 4th from 4:00 – 4:45 pm

To sign up, call the Library at 508-485-5031 or stop by the front desk.

A pre-K version for ages 3+ had been scheduled for this afternoon. That’s currently being rescheduled for later this spring. So stay tuned for news on that if you have dramatic preshoolers. (And what preschoolers aren’t dramatic?)

The program series is sponsored by the Friends of the Southborough Library.

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