The expression ‘art imitates life’ best describes drama. This form of performing arts teaches the students about life itself. It also builds the performer’s confidence in taking on various roles. By digging into the character, it becomes personal and one gets to experience parts of the life of another person.

Teaching drama to children involves coaching them in speech and body language. They become more eloquent and at ease with their body, which enhances their self-esteem. Drama classes for adults are a good training ground for public speaking as well as building self-confidence.