Theatre Arts

Create, collaborate, build and design all facets of a performance.

Overview

The program in Theatre Arts offers a personalized learning environment in which students take courses in acting, voice, movement, mime, directing, theatre history, Canadian theatre, and theatre in education. 

Two main stage productions are produced each year in collaboration with Cambrian College Technical Theatre Program. Many students combine Concurrent Education and Theatre Arts, and take advantage of opportunities to work with children at the Sudbury Theatre Centre.

Affiliations with local industry professionals provide opportunities in performance, production, teaching, and playwriting. Each spring, a group of students and faculty spend a month at Providence University in Taiwan working with Taiwanese students to present a couple of plays for the English Festival.

 

Faculty Members

Faculty members for this program may be found on the Thorneloe University website

Key Features

Each spring, a group of students and faculty spend a month at Providence University in Taiwan working with Taiwanese students to present a couple of plays for the English Festival
Students have access to a 150-seat theatre that includes classroom and workshop space
Additional courses in Voice, Movement, Mime, Queer Theatre are available

Career Opportunities

Graduates can rest assured knowing there is a multitude of career options they can explore post-graduation. Some career options include, but are not limited to:

  • Education
  • Film, journalism
  • Leisure services
  • Professional theatre
  • Public affairs
  • Public relations
  • Radio
  • Television

Many of these careers can be found in the public and private sector.

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