Drama program for students of all ages and skill levels. This program builds confidence and relationships while addressing social justice, equity, bullying and other meaning topics. Our instructors teach drama theories, improv, character development, speech, creative writing, script development and stage awareness.

What to expect in our drama program

When the curtain rises, actors transform themselves and lead audiences through tales of history, love, pain and happiness – tales that come alive because of the people who perform them. Theatre performance programs at Ontario colleges and universities not only provide the acting training needed to enter the entertainment industry, but also a broad knowledge of all aspects of putting on a theatre production.

If you enjoy being in the spotlight and want to live your dream of becoming a theatre actor and performer, here’s what you need to know. 

Program Lesson Overviews

Our Act1 program is comprised of 75 minute sessions which students are taught and coached by our industry professional instructors. Lessons focus on a variety of professional techniques, including (but not limited to):

  • Voice and speech
  • Theatre and stage acting
  • Movement and dance
  • Technical production methods
  • Playwriting

Most lessons also include topics in on-camera acting, where students learn basic skills for film and television acting, how to create demo reels and how to be comfortable with recorded auditions.

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