Passionate about acting? Get the skills to be a stage actor or work in performing arts in the Douglas College Theatre program.
In this program, you'll gain knowledge about yourself, learn how to communicate and work as part of an ensemble - skills that are greatly in demand in every workplace - and gain confidence in your own abilities.
This intensive, full-time two-year program is designed to provide you with professional training and education in speech, movement, acting, acting for film and theatre history. You'll work closely with students in the Stagecraft and Event Technology program to mount several fully-produced shows throughout the year.
- Get the skills you need to work as a professional actor
- Earn your Diploma of Performing Arts in Theatre in just two years
- Work with passionate, experienced faculty - instructors are professional theatre, film, and television artists
- Gain university-transferable credits - many graduates transfer into Bachelor's degree programs at universities like UBC, SFU and UVic
Classes start in September of each year.
Tuition costs for this 60-credit diploma are approximately $5300. Textbooks, supplies and student fees are extra. Costs are subject to change, so check the College Calendar for up-to-date tuition information.
The application deadline is April 1, 2014 for the September 2014 start date. Audition dates:
April 22, 23, 24 and May 30th.
Please complete your application to Douglas College Theatre Department through the Registrar's office prior to booking your audition.
If you would like to book an audition please contact Krista Graham, 604-527-5495, or email her at email@example.com
You're advised to apply as early as possible to ensure that there is enough time to prepare for the required program audition. It is strongly recommended that you attend an information session prior to applying. Applicants must demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in the English language (comprehension, writing, and speaking).
For details on admission requirements, see the College Calendar.