“This activity is funded, in part, by an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State’s general fund.”
Drama Interaction Performing Arts Virtual Camps 2020
SuperThe The Novel Coronavirus isn't stopping us from continuing our summer camp programs.
The year will be different as we will be replacing in-person summer camps for 2020 with virtual expereince. Virtual classes and camp models will be offered this summer including Super Hero Theater, Pete the Cat Camp, Adult Theater & Dance plus more!
These opportunities give parents and caregivers a safe way to ensure that their children are getting positive social interaction with other young people while finding productive and creative ways to use their time all while having something fun and active to look forward to each day.
Student Actors will benefit from Drama Interaction's Program by stretching their creativity, developing confidence and making new friendships in a time when socializing has been difficult. This happens all while growing in love of theater and the arts.
Ages 12-17 (Adaptive) SuperHero Adventures July 13-17 (full)
Ages 7-11 (Adaptive) SuperHero Comic Book Creation July 20-23 (full)
***Camps 1-3 pm Monday-Thursday
SStudents with special needs may find having a parent, sibling or para attend with them very helpful (recommended).
Apps used for virtual learning will be SEESAW and ZOOM (both free)
Following the guidance from the Minnesota Departs of Health (MDH) to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Drama Interaction's Camps will be held virtually.
Click on PDF below to download a registration form
Mom of Zach, 7, 2nd grader at Concord and Zoe, 5, preschooler at ECC and soon to be kindergartner
Victoria and Zoe participated in Drama Interaction's Parent/Child Training Program funded by the
Metropolitan Regional Arts Council and Legacy Funds. It is very important to contact your legislatures
and advocate for children like Zoe and her friends so that they may have more opportunities to participate
in the Arts. Thank you!
If you would like to have a program brought to your location give us a call.
Programs have been held at Opportunity Partners, Courage Center, Choice, Chrestomathy, New Options, transition programs, Senior Facilities such as Sholom West, Menorah, Roitenberg, Reedemer, Praire Care, Havenwood, Good Samaritan, Ebeneezer Ridges and many more locations.
Private Lessons offered at your place or ours, check for availability.
(Autism Consultant, Speech Language Pathologist on Staff-Jill Kuzma)
Through improvisation games and creative play, students will develop flexible thinking and valuable social skills. Actors learn to collaborate and share ideas as they participate in lively theatre games in an environment that celebrates their unique talents, creativity and interests.
Activities involve imaginative situations that require students to use their voices and bodies to play characters individually while interacting with fellow students. Students play more cooperatively with others; more readily accept others’ differences and mistakes; become better able to take turns and more flexible when needed. Costumes/Props are used in our programs.
Some of the benefits of our Performing Arts Classes
Builds self-confidence not only in performing, but in interactions
improved self-esteem; pride in their accomplishments
improved recognition of emotions in others
improved identification and labeling of own emotions
new leisure time activity in a group where they can be successful
new awareness of volume levels and beginning modulation of level
new skills for functioning as part of a group
new skills for following directions
improved ability to interact with peers
increased self-confidence through success
Outlet for expressing creativity, script writing, and having FUN!
“The therapeutic nature of “The Arts” cannot be ignored. The passion and enthusiasm that Bonnie Kaye displays while working with children is incomparable and easily seen in the eyes and smiles of those that she mentors. Children of ALL skills levels should be able to create, perform, and feel a sense of accomplishment and pride in their ability- Bonnie Kaye fosters just that!” January 28, 2011
Maria Carlson Senior Behavior TX, Lovaas Institute Midwest
For more information call 952-220-1676
Drama Interaction, Inc 501 (C) (3) non profit organization is a creative and performing arts program dedicated to fostering expression and empowerment of children and adults withspecial needs, engaging seniors in the arts and serving
inner city youth.
Our non profit organization combines the unique talents and passions of performing artists, special education teachers and Certified Dementia Communication Specialists and Facilitators. Drama Interaction believes we each can be a star on life's stage if we focus on ability rather than disability. Drama Interaction offers our artists a starring role on the stage of life!
Donations are greatly appreciated and tax deductible to provide scholarships to children and adults who may otherwise not have the opportunity to experience the ARTS. Adaptive equipment, music, instruments, costumes, props, scripts are also needed for these programs. Drama Interaction Staff teach throughout the Twin Cities area. To donate, please click on the link below. Thank you!