The main focus of MySuperFuture is found here. The programs, workshops and productions are discussed and created by our Futurists together with their Artistic Director Ian Loy.
It is because we believe that a young person's creative potential is unprecedented, FutureTHEATRE, being the frontline of our futurism movement, it seeks to be forerunner for its cause to bring out a young person’s belief in his or her ability to create art, drama and theatre. Our philosophy in theatre art will empower the students from challenging speech confidently to envolving themselves in dramatic performances.
Some of our FutureTHEATRE impartation includes,
The Actor's Presence Embarking on a journey of exploring the potential of a student's creativity within the frame of the dramatic arts. The process uses a range of drama-based activities to explore the different skills needed for a performer to be on stage. It will also enable students to develop listening, speaking and teamwork skills in an engaging and fun environment. It aims to focus on Drama and Stage skills development and equip students with the capacity for performance, working towards showcasing their performance in school or any other special events or occasions.
Body and Space Experiments (BASE) Introducing the various elements of drama through varied drama-based activities and improvisation. The purposefully designed curriculum will activate student's curiosity and encourage a keen observation of the world around them. In this workshop, students will learn about the creative and symbolic use of elements of drama - time, space, roles and relationship. One will learn the importance of establishing synergy with fellow actors, understand the dynamic of space and the utility of body within space thus establishing presence in the performance space.
Improv Work Evoking the creativity within the actor, raising the bar on the ability for one to listen, compromise and contribute, demonstrated through the immersion of different social context, stories, movement, exaggeration and improvisation. The young performer will learn to cooperate with other fellow actors to improvise a scene based on the context given and create meaningful verbal communication and expressions.