Social Space Cafe Hop #4: Drama as a Life Hack
The arts is for all to explore and enjoy. It gives one the freedom to discover, and to better understand the world and others around them. It is a space free of judgement, and where empathy and compassion abound.
In this Social Space Cafe Hop—Drama as a Life Hack, you will learn how the arts and in particular Drama and Acting techniques can impact many aspects of our life, developing confidence and improving communication.
Paul Adams is the Learning and Engagement Manager at the Singapore Repertory Theatre. Originally from Manchester, UK, he joined SRT after a decade in the theatre industry working for leading charities and commercial theatre companies. Paul has a Diploma in Musical Theatre and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Performance from the University of Huddersfield. His focus is on facilitating and managing arts education programmes and participation opportunities across formal education, community outreach and venue-based programmes. He is part of the team driving the Access Arts Hub, a consortium of organisations and individuals championing better access to the arts for persons with disabilities.
About The SRT Learning & Engagement Programme
The SRT Learning & Engagement Programme is committed to bringing meaningful and relevant programmes to students, teachers and emerging theatre talents. We believe theatre has the power to engage and transform. We are collaborating with leading artists and educators in Singapore and around the world to provide inquiry based and experiential learning for young people, skill development in drama as pedagogy for educators and mentorship for emerging talents and on-going skill building for various industries.