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Get with the Program, and imagine beyond
If you are looking for an intensive undergraduate experience in the dramatic arts here are some other things you should know about us:
Every summer DART students have an opportunity to study at the Stratford Festival. DART students Trevor and Jordan, are seen here on a tour of the Properties Ateliers.
Once again, a terrific group of students from Brock. Throughout the course, and in the post-mortem at the end, it is always a privilege to witness how articulate they are about their work.
Ian Watson, Instructor for the Stratford Festival three-week intensive, Ryerson University, 2012
New for 2012: Be our guest! See professional productions staged by the companies of the St Catharines Downtown Alliance for the Performing Arts (DAPA)
The Department of Dramatic Arts welcomes incoming Majors students with a free ticket voucher to attend professional productions staged by companies of the St Catharines Downtown Alliance for the Performing Arts (DAPA). Students will receive information about all the season's productions at the beginning of the year and will be invited to the DAPA season launch in September. You will have the opportunity to meet the artists and production staff involved with the year's shows. You can choose a show of your choice and receive free entry on the preferred date during the year. The Department is pleased to offer our Majors the opportunity to meet and experience the regional professional theatre and dance community.
What DART can offer YOU!
The Department of Dramatic Arts offers opportunities for students to apply their creativity and craft, contributing to their academic successes within their studies.
Each year, students are eligible to apply for numerous bursaries, awards and job positions offered by the Department, Faculty, University and other partnerships throughout the local community. Award recipients are carefully selected each year and are usually given to student’s who display a positive academic behavior and a willingness to learn and grow.
Other opportunities for students are used to promote the application of certain skills such as our Lighting Technician Assistant, Promotional Assistant, Research and Production Assistant or Wardrobe Assistant. These jobs are often paid, and can be a great way to gain practical hands-on experience in the student’s specific area of study.
In 2010 a new Internship position was created in collaboration with the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake. This position is offered only to graduating students in fourth year in conjunction with their studies at the Shaw Festival. The successful candidate will be mentored by working professionals at the Shaw Festival during a six-week period in April and May, requiring the student to explore various aspects of professional theatrical performance, design and technical production.
The Concentrations of Study
You can choose from a selection of four concentrations of study:
For more information about each concentration visit the links above or in the Degree Programs menu. For more details about the program’s course offerings, visit the calendar
Please see the How to Apply page for important information.