The emphasis is on process and exploration, rather than product. Each year, drama gives students the opportunity to hone their voice and movement skills, and to learn more about themselves, others, and engage in the world around them through mindfulness-awareness practices. The Drama Program allows students to utilize critical thinking skills and stretch their imagination as they learn about the history of the theatre through interactive, hands-on activities, improvisation, and memorization technique exercises. Through our drama classroom philosophy of O.T.O. (Other Than Ourselves), students will better understand the idea of our interconnectedness as human beings and make lifelong connections between the past and the present.