School of Communications, Media and Design - Centennial College - Toronto

Post-secondary Program Theatre Arts and Performance - Programa en Interpretación Teatral

School of Communications, Media and Design - Centennial College - Toronto


Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or mature student status (19 years or older)
English Grade 12C or U or equivalent (minimum grade required) or take the Centennial College English Skills Assessment for Admission

Additional Requirements

All candidates must attend a mandatory program admission session, where you will be required to audition. For the audition:
Prepare two contrasting monologues – one classic and one contemporary (or self-written). Monologues should be no more than one and a half minutes in length
You may be asked to respond to additional coaching or direction
Please bring a resume and be prepared to discuss your previous experience as well as your current interests in theatre practice.
We highly recommend that candidates attend a program admission session in-person, but under extenuating circumstances, a video and resume can be submitted for review and evaluation. Please contact for the program coordinator for details.
After applying at, you will receive a letter with additional instructions on how to prepare for and book your program admission session.


Start Date:Fall

Semester 1
College Communication 1
Acting Workshop I
Creative Project I: Storytelling
Script Reading & Analysis I: Canadian Playwrights
Technique I: Introduction to Movement
Creativity in Context: Creating Theatre in the Community
Creative Roles in the Theatre

Semester 2
College Communication 2
Entrepreneurship I: Creating Opportunities in the Theatre
Acting Workshop II
Creative Project II: Directed Production
Script Reading & Analysis II: Shakespeare and the Classics
Technique II: Movement and Voice
Shadowing Placement I

Semester 3
Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action
Acting Workshop III
Creative Project III: Ensemble
Entrepreneurship II: Getting Money-Funding and Revenue Development
Script Reading & Analysis III: World Theatre
Technique III: Mask, Movement and Voice
Design I - Set Design, Scenic Painting and Properties, Costume Design and Wardrobe

Semester 4
General Education Elective
Media I: New Media in Theatre
Course Code THEA-400
Acting Workshop IV
Creative Project IV: Storefront
Entrepreneurship III: Theatre Business and Industry
Technique IV: Music, Movement and Voice

Semester 5
General Education Elective
Media II – Camera Operation and Directing for Film; Film and Video Editing
Acting Workshop V
Creative Project V: Community
Entrepreneurship IV: Financial Managing Skills
Script Reading & Analysis IV: Playwriting
Technique V: Special Topics

Semester 6
Design II – Lighting Design and Technology; Theatre Effects; – Sound Design and Technology
Acting Workshop VI
Creative Project VI: Storefront
Auditioning and Professional Practice
Shadowing Placement II

Salidas profesionales

Stage manager
Set designer
Theatre technician

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