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Discover. Develop. Play. Perform.

Theatre isn’t all about being the centre of attention. It builds confidence and self-esteem, challenges an individual’s comfort level and breaks down social barriers.The STC Academy introduces participants of all ages and experience levels to the magic of theatre in a supportive, social, and non-threatening environment. Our classes are led by skilled and highly-trained instructors with extensive teaching backgrounds. Students are exposed to a wide range of games, exercises, and experiences that are tailored to any skill level. All classes end with a presentation for family and friends.

Scroll down to check out the classes below or call 705 674 8381 for more information.

This unique program engages students in the process of creating a major theatrical production, culminating in a series of performances for parents and the community. Participants develop their performance abilities in acting, voice and movement, and contribute to the creation of props, sets, and costumes.

For ages 10 to 17

REHEARSALS FEB to late MAY, 2019
Sundays from 5 to 8 pm, and Mondays from 5 to 7 pm

SCHOOL MATINEES 28  to 31 MAY | 9:30 am and 12:15 pm
PUBLIC PERFORMANCES 1 JUN @ 2 pm and 7 pm | 2 JUN @ 2 pm

More information about show dates and times will be available in the fall.

AUDITIONS Entry into the SOS program is by audition only.

Auditions will be held at Sudbury Theatre Centre in SEP. Audition dates and information packages will be posted in AUG.

FEES There is no fee required to audition for this program.
Successful applicants will be notified in early OCT.

Program participation fees will be:
$230 plus HST subscribers
$250 plus HST non-subscribers

Additional registration information will be provided to the successful applicants.

2019 Production

book and lyrics by Barbara Worthy
music by John-Luke Addison
based on the original story by Kenneth Grahame
directed by K.C. Rautiainen and Kirsten Zinkie

Amiable Mole, his hearty friend Water Rat, genial Badger, and irresponsible Mr. Toad enjoy the most memorable and hilarious adventures. This story will enchant young and old alike!

K.C. RAUTIAINEN | co-director

K.C. was delighted to join the Sudbury Theatre Centre family last season as co-director for STC’s original musical adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. She has served as vocal director for over 50 musicals for theatre groups such as Theatre Cambrian and YES Theatre. She has also performed in shows ranging from Cabaret and Grease to Shakespeare and slap-stick comedies. Her directing credits include musicals such as Evita and Jesus Christ Superstar.

KIRSTEN ZINKIE | co-director

Kirsten greatly enjoyed co-directing Alice in Wonderland with K.C. last year and is looking forward to working with next year’s SOS cast. Her career in theatre began right here at STC in their grand opening musical, Oliver!, directed by the late Tony Lloyd. She went on to perform in many productions with STC, Theatre Cambrian, Black Dog Productions and Murder By Appointment. She also entertained on cruise ships which took her to the Mediterranean and Caribbean.