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Douglas College > Programs & Courses > Faculties > Language, Literature and Performing Arts > Theatre Program
We have seats remaining open for our fall intake! If you'd like a spot to audition for a chance to be considered for our next ensemble, please book early!
LATE AUDITION DATE: August 30th - limited space available!
Please visit our Auditions Page.
Follow your passion for acting. Lay the foundation for your career in theatre. In the Douglas College Theatre program you’ll learn skills that apply in every workplace: effective communication, leadership and ensemble tools, team-building, and most importantly, self-knowledge and confidence.
The intensive two-year full-time program provides you with professional training and education in five key areas: Speech, Movement, Acting, Production, and Theatre History. In your second year you will work closely with students in the Stagecraft and Event Technology program to mount four major theatre productions.
For information about admission requirements, courses, intake dates and more, visit the Program and Course Catalogue.
For information about our upcoming auditions, please visit our Auditions Page.
For more information, please contact the Performing Arts Assistant, Krista Graham at 604 527 5495 or by email at email@example.com
Find a nearby venue to stage a production, join a local theatre company or attend a community event! Use the New Westminster Cultural Map to search out and connect with the people, places, businesses and organizations that bring culture to our city every day.
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Theatre student Jackson Boudreau discovers passion for bringing characters to life.