Drama For Fun | Intermediate Level

Designed for people who just want to sing and have Fun!
OVIMA works with its students in a holistic way developing the student individually, and not just artistically and musically.


Intermediate Drama For Fun helps the student build on what they have learnt at the Elementary level in reaching their goals for success. Students continue to learn to act and perform with the correct usage of breath, vowels and enunciation. They build on techniques they have learnt at the Elementary level in helping them speak with clarity, focus, finesse, and elegance. During this course, they continute to work on elements like creative thinking, thinking out of the box, attention to detail and minor performance like monologues, dialogues and short scenes. Each of these activities help students gain poise, self-confidence and creativity. Students do warm-ups, improvisation, and theatre games to help their creativity and eventually a good understanding of the written word.

The course is for students ages 7 years and up who have taken Elementary Drama For Fun, and also for students to continue building their confidence. This course continues to build on what has been taught to students at the Elementary level, but now at the Intermediate level providing them a platform to explore and discover themselves in a Fun way. Students stay at the Intermediate level until they have completed the the level requirements and are ready for the Drama For Fun Advanced level.

At the end of the session students do a graded performance. At the end of the year, students receive a Certificate of Achievement for the year if they have completed the Intermediate Level requirements and are ready for the Advanced level.

Students also receive a Progress Report at the end of each session indicating the progress they have made from the beginning to the end of the session with respect to technique, performance, class participation, practice, and attendance.

Course Format

Student / Teacher Ratio
(Online / In-Person)

5 Students: 1 Teacher

Student / Teacher Ratio
(In-Person / Hybrid)

15 Students : 1 Head Teacher & 1 Assistant Teacher

10-12 weeks | 60 mins per week

Instrument / Area of Study
Group Theater Class


Students who are 7 yrs and up are able to register for this Intermediate level class. Students should have finished the Elementary level in order to register for the Intermediate level. Classes are divided into batches according to age groups: 7-11 Years / 12-17 Years / 18+ Years

Classes are specially designed for students to learn the foremost elements of acting taking their acting to the next level. A student’s interest in drama and acting, and their eagerness to discover and explore their voices and themselves, are some of the prerequisites. Additionally, students should have an open mind to learning and be ready to send in practice videos of their work during the week.


If a student wants to be successful, then he/she must attend their classes regularly as participation and practice are two major components for success. Students / parents are required to notify OVIMA Global and the instructor in advance of any absences. For Drama For Fun Classes there is just one day in the Quarter assigned for Make Up Classes. Students are NOT PERMITTED to miss more than ONE class in the Quarter. If a student is missing a class the OVIMA office must be informed 24 hours in advance.

Additionally all students must take advantage of the various Performance opportunities offered at OVIMA Global and must participate in the Jam Sessions, Seasonal Concerts, Seminars, and Masterclasses – all designed to Build Confidence.


  • Laptop / Desktop preferably NOT ipad, tablet, phone
  • Good Broadband Connection
  • Have the Zoom app downloaded to their computer
  • Microphone, Headphones, Amp.
  • Bluetooth speaker or / and additional device to play a track on


Students MUST put in at least 30 mins of practice daily to see the difference from one week to the next. Additionally they are required to send in Practice Videos on the WhatSapp Group Chats so that instructors are able to guide them and constantly monitor their progress in as well as out of the classroom.


  • Students MUST bring all materials, books to class.
  • Students are responsible for buying their own books suggested by the teacher.”


Session 1: Contrasting monologues: Character Analysis Descriptive Adjectives, Script Scoring, Emotional Recall
Session 2: Contrasting Scenes: Timing & Delivery, Action/Reaction,Emotional Beats, Rhythm & Flow, Use of the Pause
Session 3: Auditioning & Cold Reading : Vocal Expressiom, Poise & Confidence, Push Words, Facial Expression & Gestures, Standing Out
Session 4: Perform Short One Act Play: Effective Rehearsal, Plot Analysis, Character Development, Putting it all together.


  • Creative Thinking
  • Beginning Performance components
  • Develop Stage Presence
  • Tools to Build Confidence and Self-Expression
  • Learn to Connect With Your Audience


  • For students to have a good understanding of a few areas of drama technique per session.
  • To learn ultimately drama technique to move, act, create and think naturally..
  • To introduce and expose students to various areas of creativity and some basic acting for stage.
  • To make sure students are prepared to perform from memory, and in full performance mode, 1-2 drama selections they have worked on in their end of session performance.
  • To learn by watching, listening and participating.


  • Build Confidence and Self-Expression
  • Be the Character!
  • Acting & Speaking through the Text
  • Develop Stage Presence
  • Believe in Yourself!
  • To be able to do short plays, and scenes with ease.

Performance Platforms

At the end of the Intermediate session, students must perform at least 1-2 drama pieces at the culminating performance. All drama pieces are to be performed from memory, in costume and with minimum props, or in concert attire. Students must perform with expression, connecting with the audience. Parents, family and friends are welcome for all performances. Peformances are graded.

Students are additionally provided other platforms to perform such as Jam Sessions; Seasonal Concerts; and Performance Seminars in promoting OVIMA Global’s constant effort to develop CONFIDENCE & SELF-EXPRESSION and overall performance in students.

OVIMA Global provides a FREE PRACTICE CLASS once a week where students are able to come together to practice their songs. In the 12-17 and 18+ age groups, one student is chosen each week to facilitate the practice. In the 7-11 age groups junior teachers or student volunteers from the 12-17 or 18+ age groups can facilitate the practice.

Students facilitating classes are able to earn SERVICE POINTS for their schools, and receive a CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE from OVIMA Global. All practice sessions are recorded.