Theatre is a cultural space where society examines itself in a mirror. It is a great way to learn. It helps in understanding people from cultures other than our own. It teaches us how to express ourselves more effectively. It develops our ability to communicate our thoughts and feelings to others. Theatre education is vital for a well rounded development of the youth. In a world addicted to technology, theatre provides an outlet for making creative choices, thinking new ideas and interpreting the material in expressive ways that are the essence of drama. Performing for an audience teaches students to trust their ideas and abilities. This confidence will apply in every aspect of their future. Enacting different roles and situations promote compassion and tolerance for others. Drama enhances verbal and nonverbal expression of ideas. It improves voice projection, articulation and fluency of language besides persuasive speech. Also, theatre brings play, humor and laughter to learning. This motivates and reduces stress. Social interaction and risk taking in drama develop trust in self and others. Rehearsing and performing the words, movements strengthen the memory.