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Why Drama and Theater are Important to Your Child's Development

Why Drama and Theater are Important to Your Child's Development

(Mar. 13, 2019) - Participating in theater as a child can have a positive impact on your child’s development in many ways, and these activities aren’t limited to your neighborhood’s theater company or local drama class. Theater-related activities such as acting, singing, performing, or even just playing pretend, reading books aloud, and imagining around the house are all ways your child can exercise her imagination, which will positively affect her development. Luckily, theater and drama classes, summer camps, and other performing arts activities are not hard to come by in the New York metro area. Lena Moy-Borgen, founder of Play On! Studios in Manhattan, shares four ways theater and drama can positively impact your child’s development, as well as tips to facilitate this growth in your home.


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