The focus of our drama is not mechanical actions or craft technique but with the thoughts behind the action.
What makes each person unique is the way a person thinks and uses his or her imagination.
Independence can be learnt through play and social interaction is achieved through group play.
Youth involved with art are learning how to make decisions in an exciting, non-presured environment.
To create another world and another person through drama, is to gain self esteem.
Drama helps to stimulate, motivate and create relationships between the artist, participants and the audience.
Participants unable to put themselves into an imaginary situation find puppets liberating.
Controlling one's body can be a metaphor for controlling one's life and for wanting to control one's life.
The common ground on which we all stand is that we all have potential to communicate and an infinite imagination.