Discover. Develop. Play. Perform.

Theatre isn’t all about being the centre of attention. It builds confidence and self-esteem, challenges an individual's comfort level and breaks down social barriers.The STC Academy introduces participants of all ages and experience levels to the magic of theatre in a supportive, social, and non-threatening environment. Our classes are led by skilled and highly-trained instructors with extensive teaching backgrounds. Students are exposed to a wide range of games, exercises, and experiences that are tailored to any skill level. All classes end with a presentation for family and friends. Scroll down to check out the classes below or call 705 674 8381 for more information.

Ready to take centre stage? Or maybe you have a great play in the works.

Sudbury Theatre Centre is offering a series of theatre workshops designed to meet the needs and interests of adults of all ages and aspirations. These interactive and intensive sessions will address a variety of theatre-related topics such as acting, directing, character development, voice, and playwriting.

Previous instructors include STC Artistic Executive Director Caleb Marshall, General Manager Scott Florence, and Playwright in Residence Matt Heiti, as well as other highly-skilled theatre professionals.

Additional details will be posted three weeks in advance of each session.


More details about our 2017-18 offerings will be posted in September.

For more information about adult workshops or other educational programs, contact

Ralph McIntosh, Director of Education

education@sudburytheatre.ca

705 674 8381 x 27

Playwrights' Junction is on hiatus for this season. More details about the 17|18 season will be posted in the fall.

Over the past five years, more than 30 emerging playwrights and writers have taken part in the annual Playwrights’ Junction, a 12-week program intended to develop local voices in a workshop environment.

Each group of six to 10 writers engages in an exploration of the playmaking process, experimenting with different methods of inspiration and unearthing local stories.

Writers then have the opportunity to see one of their works read in front of an informal audience.

Playwrights’ Junction is led by STC Playwright-in-Residence, Matthew Heiti.

MATTHEW HEITI | STC Playwright in Residence

Born in Sudbury, Matthew is an award-winning playwright, a Genie-nominated screenwriter, and his first novel, The City Still Breathing, has been published by Coach House Books. As Playwright in Residence at STC, his play Mucking in the Drift was produced at the theatre during the 2013.2014 Season. He is the coordinator of PlaySmelter, Sudbury’s festival of new play readings, and he is working on his next theatre project with Crestfallen. He is also a resident artist of the Encore Theatre Company and an associate dramaturge with Pat the Dog Theatre Creation.

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