March 04, 2018 to May 06, 2018
Date/Time: Starting from March 2018 | Every Sunday, 10am – 11.15pm (except public holidays)
Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, Practice Room (Level 10)
(1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906)
Course Fee: $250 per module (inclusive of GST)
Course Requirement: Parent and Child pair. Child should be of 5-8 years of age. Minimum 10 pairs of families to start the class.
Course Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or 6802 5384
Spark your child’s imagination and creativity through theatrical play! From moving your bodies to the rhythm, to creating and performing your own skit, this programme will bring families closer through engaging and educational theatrical games. Seize the opportunity to cultivate the little ones’ interest in traditional Chinese culture from a young age, as you guide them to sing, dance and play in Mandarin.
This course seeks to facilitate communication and interaction between parent and child through theatrical play. Through the use of engaging and educational theatrical games, the course seeks to create a fun and safe space for both parent and child to enjoy themselves, and by doing so, it promotes parent-child interaction in a playful yet meaningful manner.
Through the use of music, dance, games and the use of Chinese language to express themselves, the course will enable parent and children to discover deeper interactions and foster meaningful relationships.
Learning & Experiencing (10 lessons) – Parents and their children will learn to move their body with the rhythm
Skit creation and practices (10 lessons) – Instructor will guide each group to create its own skit and performance.
About the Instructor
Ting Wei graduated from Intercultural Theatre Institute in 2015 and obtained her Master Degree in Acting at the University of East London in 2011. In Taiwan, Ting Wei received a Bachelor Degree in Applied Theatre and Creative Drama from the National University of Tainan (Taiwan).
With a wealth of knowledge in teaching & performing arts, Ting Wei excels in conducting workshops for both adults & children. She has taught in various arts schools such as Sunshine Performance Arts School, Tainan Primary School, The Theatre Practice and Nanyang Academy for Fine Arts, both in Singapore & Taiwan.