The Art of Facilitating Drama Activities 2024

Drama activities can be used to establish relationships, develop group cohesion, develop skills, and as a springboard to activities.

This course is a practical dive into the act of facilitation of drama activities for non-performative intentions and objectives.

Participants will reflect on principles of improvisation in facilitation, enhance their facilitator’s presence and body language, and build a reflexive practice.

It is designed for those new to the field, as well as those who have some experience and want to become a better drama facilitator.

About The Course

Learning Outcomes:

Participants will be able to:  

  1. Identify, plan, and facilitate basic drama activities for outcomes such as group-building, focus, creativity, and imagination, among others
  2. Improve their physical presence and body language as a facilitator
  3. Build reflexivity in their practice

Course Objectives:

  1. Expose participants to a variety of drama activities in an applied drama context 
  2. Understand how drama activities can be used for developing executive functions, building community, and as part of group processes 
  3. Understand principles of facilitation related to drama activities 
  4. Recognise and understand individual needs in a group setting 
  5. Incorporate reflexivity into the practice of facilitation 


  • Minimum 18-years-old 
  • Some experience in facilitating drama activities 

Suitable for:

  • Social Service Agencies staff
  • Allied Healthcare workers 
  • Arts/Drama practitioners for community engagement / working in community context
  • Educators 
  • Anyone who wants to improve their group facilitation and engagement skills 

Course Fee

Early Bird SDEA Members: S$562.50 (O.P. S$600.00)

Early Bird Standard Registration: S$712.50 (O.P. S$750.00)

*Early Bird discount ends 21 April 2024.

(inclusive of admin and registration fee)

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