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 STC Director of Education, Ralph McIntosh at 705 674 8381 x27 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, 2020
Sundays from 5 to 8 pm, and Mondays from 5 to 7 pm
School Matinees: 25 to 28 MAY, 9.30am and 12.15pm
Public Performances: 29 MAY, 7pm; 30 MAY, 2 and 7pm; 31 MAY, 2pm
More information about show dates and times will be available in the fall.
Entry into the Students on Stage program is by audition only. Auditions will be held at Sudbury Theatre Centre in late September. Audition dates and an information package will be posted in late August. There is no fee required to audition for this program.
Successful applicants will be notified in early October.
Program participation fees will be:
$280 (includes HST) subscribers
$300 (includes HST) non-subscribers
Additional registration information will be provided to the successful applicants.
Recommended for grades 4 to 7.
This season we present the embodiment of triumph over inequitable cruelty in the classic folk tale, Cinderella. There’s a twist. This production is set in Sudbury.
Kelsey co-directed The Wind in the Willows in May 2019, and is also the instructor of our Playtime Theatre program. She was a participant in STC’s Students On Stage program before completing a BFA in Theatre Performance at Laurentian University and a Diploma in Theatre Production at Humber College. Kelsey has stage managed professionally across Canada including Canadian Stage, Factory Theatre and Thousand Islands Playhouse, and is thrilled to be involved with Students On Stage once again.
Garrett recently completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance at Thorneloe University, having already completed a diploma in Theatre Arts – Technical Production from Cambrian College. He served as co-director of The Wind in the Willows in May 2019 and is also the instructor of STC’s Summer Drama Camp. Garrett stage-managed our 2018 SOS production of Alice in Wonderland and has directed student productions at local secondary schools. He has also performed in the North Bay Fringe Festival and performed, directed and stage managed for various productions at Thorneloe University. Garrett is looking forward to working with Kelsey again on Cinderella.