It’s easy for children to become swamped in a sea of theory, which is why subjects that offer practical learning are essential. Studying Drama and Performing Arts not only engages with the creative side of the brain, it also provides an ideal balance in students’ patterns of study. Creativity can flourish, academics can improve, and means of self-expression can be developed. They benefit significantly, not only in terms of exploring the unexplored or hidden ability to act, but also by shedding the inhibitions associated with performing in front of an audience. Theatre can be influential in all aspects of life. We at BBIS believe that Participating in theatre classes can stimulate student’s creativity and thought process.