Student Theatre Programs
Student Theatre in Our Community
With a variety of great performances and civic engagement activities, Burlington Student Theatre supports activities that strengthen the cultural fabric of the community. Last season, the groups assisted at over 25 community events including:
- Cycle for Autism
- The Mayor's Gala
- Burlington Art Centre's Fundraising Gala
- New Year's Eve Celebration
- Performing Arts Burlington Gala
- Carpenter Hospice Fundraising Gala
- Earth Day at the Labyrinth
- Youth Fest
Show is Wednesday April 9, 2014, 7:30pm at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre. Tickets are $25.00 + HST and can be purchased at the BPAC box office, 905-681-6000 or at www.burlingtonpac.ca
Student Theatre knows the rewards of participation: our students can manage because they have learned the skills, experienced the adventures and played with the team. We are a positive choice for today's youth.
With a focus on wellness, development and quality of living, Student Theatre continues to offer a range of performing arts opportunities. Since 1978, Student Theatre has been a Place to Learn, To Grow and To Belong. It's a positive choice for today's youth.
Call 905-637-6000 to discuss how Student Theatre can be involved in your event.
For more information on our programs and rentals at the Student Theatre Centre, please refer to the Live & Play Guide or call 905-335-7808.
Offering diverse programming for aspiring young artists, there is something for everyone! Elements of our program include building self-confidence, with hands-on, how-to approach.
2014 is a show year for all participants. Spring Salute returns for our Little Performers, Junior and Intermediate Students.
**Please note new Program start time of 6:00pm
Burlington Student Theatre Little Performers (Grades 1 - 3)
More than ever, children at this age develop greater self-worth from carefully designed creative experiences in music, movement and drama. Weekly classes explore aspects of theatre through a variety of mediums, making drama fun and approachable. Show April 2014.
Burlington Student Theatre Junior (Grades 4 - 5)
Experience with movement, tableaux and voice culminate in ensemble and small group presentation. Students will participate in the Rotary Music Festival in November 2013 and the Spring Show in April 2014.
Burlington Student Theatre Intermediate (Grades 6 - 7)
Further performance techniques and methods continue to explore imagination, develop speech, movement and presentation skills. Students will participate in the Rotary Music Festival in November 2013 and in the Spring Show in April 2014.
Burlington Student Theatre Senior (Grades 8 - 12)
Everyone gets a part! Passion and commitment are the pre-requisites! Work with fellow actors to develope vocal and physical self-expression. Rehearse for a dramatic performance in the Fall and Musical in Spring. Backstage opportunities available.