Elementary Drama with Ms. Lisa Mobley
“Drama is the art of looking at ourselves!”

Drama is a mode of fictional representation through dialogue and performance. It is one of the literary genres, which is an imitation of some action.


Through exploring emotions and pretending to be different characters students will learn how to take on a role. Students will read, write, and perform scripts. Each class will work as a team to successfully act out plays.


At CAST, elementary students will learn about the elements of a story, how to tell a story and how to act out a story for an audience.



Students will participate in daily activities, writing and reading assignments, and several projects that will ultimately develop the student’s ability to perform on stage.





(1) Pocket folder
(1) Pack of wide rule paper
(1) Pack of 12 sharpened or mechanical pencils
(1) Pack of eraser caps or Click erasers
(1) Pack of colored pencils



Ms. Mobley has been preforming on stage since the age of 4 and has been teaching the arts for the past 16 years! Ms. Mobley has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Central Florida. Ms. Mobley is here to inspire and lead the new generation of actors here at CAST!



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“Theater is a verb before it is a noun, an act before it is a place.”
– Martha Graham