Theatre Production Arts 


Flexible dates depending on courses selected.  
Eligible courses are offered from July 6 to August 28, 2020.

The Theatre Production Arts Certificate was created to encourage students to become knowledgeable in many facets of the theatre production world.  To complete this program, participants take five one-week courses during our summer 2020 program. Spots for Theatre Productions Arts students are limited so please sign up early. Upon completion of the five courses, participants will receive the Off the Wall Theatre Production Arts certificate.


Through this program Students will receive comprehensive skills training, as well as the following special benefits:

  • Significant reduction in course fees.

  • Stratford Festival backstage, costume warehouse, props, archives, and set changeover tours.

  • Free tickets that can be redeemed for many of the 2020  productions by the Stratford Festival.

  • Eligibility to apply for the Desmond Heeley Scholarship.

Eligible courses are:

> Introduction to Costume Design

Artistic Welding

   $35 material surcharge 

> Theatrical Carpentry


> Makeup Intensive

     - $35 material surcharge

> Introduction to Set Design

> Mask Makin

> Prop Making

> Scenic Art - Introduction

> Scenic Art - Drops & Murals

     - $35 material surcharge

> Millinery


The low student-to-teacher ratio ensures instruction is geared to the participant's skill level and experience. Please indicate your related experience when you register.


Cost: $2000 + additional material surcharge of $35 should you choose Artistic Welding,

Makeup Intensive or Scenic Art Drops & Murals.


Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Location: Dependent on the courses chosen.

              All courses take place in Stratford, Ontario.

For more information, contact:
Susan Starkweather, Program Advisor

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