We can try out funny walks, or fake a bad depression
We can shout a mighty shout, or don a fierce expression
We can fly around in space, and visit different lands,
And tell stories with our bodies, with our lips and with our hands.
We can make believe we're fancy, or popular or rich. We can play a bossy Fairy or a kind and lovely Witch. We can be a super-hero any time we feel the need, In drama class we let imagination take the lead
There's lots of time for music and plenty space for dance,
Ways to develop your emotions and give yourself a chance
to play a goofy character or one who's awful glum
there's no end of possibilities for who you can become.
We often work in circles, it's a way of being inclusive
And to focus our attention, instead of being elusive
We have to practice eye contact, it's terribly essential
Together with projection, its an actor's best credential
Blocking is another skill, you learn by playing games,
that teach you when to speak, and move, and when to take the reins. Ensembles make a story good in every single way
No-one's out there on their own, each has his part to play.
So when you are watching TV or listening to hip-hop
We are at the studio, picking out our props
and finding bits of wardrobe to play a zombie dude
Why don't you come see for yourself, now that you're in the mood?