Explore creativity and imagination in action.
This three-year career program will train you to work as a professional actor, exploring a wide range of acting techniques for theatre and film, with performances both in-studio, and in full-scale theatrical productions staged in Dawson’s new theatre. Our training comprises conservatory style, in-studio classes in acting, voice, movement, improvisation, stage combat (including sword-fighting), dance, and acting for camera. We also provide a well-rounded theatrical education with classes in technical theatre, classical and contemporary text, and theatre history.
Pride & Prejudice
Playwright: Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen
Director: Barbara Kelly
Students: Second Major
Dates and times can be found on the play’s webpage.
Graduates of this program typically work with professional theatre companies, and in film, television, radio, voice-over, and motion capture. Our department helps prepare graduates for the world of professional acting with information about agents and their requirements (including headshot photos, demo reels, and online self-promotion); audition preparation, including general auditions for the Quebec Drama Federation; and Montreal film/theatre production info.