A play is an ephemeral performance of one or several actors in front of an audience. The final performance is the result of an important body, vocal and gestural work, and of a group coordination. In this workshop, children can imagine scenes and stage them. They express themselves verbally and physically by perfecting their dramatic play.
Since group cohesion is essential to the successful realization of a play, the young actor develops his ability to listen to others and memorize.
The activity leader, through gesture, expression and mimicry games, transmits his passion in a playful and dynamic way. The child is fully actor: he is free to interpret his role in his own way.
At the end of the overall project, a show is usually offered to all the people who wish for it, so that the actors can show their comrades, friends, and family their talent as an actor!