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Theatre at UBC Graduate Symposium (TUGS) 2014: (Re)Presenting Archives: Memory, History, Text, and Performance. Saturday, Apr. 25.

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UBC COMMEMORATES KOMAGATA MARU INCIDENT: Vancouver Events Commemorating The Komagata Maru Incident. May 3.

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A memorial service will be held to celebrate the life of Klaus Strassmann. Sunday May 25, at the Frederic Wood Theatre, UBC.

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Please visit UBC’s Dr. Klaus Gerhard Strassmann Memorial site to share your memories of Klaus by adding stories, photos and videos.

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Theatre and Film Teaching Assistantships for 2014/2015 Academic Session.

 

Proudly Supporting our Students, Alumni & Faculty

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Alumni stage Vancouver premiere of Killer Joe. Italian Cultural Center. Apr 15-May 4

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ICELAND by Nicolas Billon, directed by Kathleen Duborg (BFA Acting alumna & current MFA student in Directing). Featuring the work of BFA Alumni. Studio 16. Apr. 23-May 3.

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Alumni & Students stage No Exit. Studio 16. May 6-10.

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Congratulations to our staff member Lynn Burton on being recognised by Celebrating Women at UBC!

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Associate Professor Kirsty Johnston’s book "Stage Turns: Canadian Disability Theatre" shortlisted for Canada Prize in the Humanities.

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Assistant Professor Siyuan Liu receives review for his book Performing Hybridity in Colonial-Modern China

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Theatre at UBC was recognised for it’s “boffo programming” this year in the magazine’s annual Best of Vancouver issue! 

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Theatre at UBC is a Positive Space!

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Gifts to Theatre at UBC ensure that today's Theatre students have access to the resources that give them the best education possible.

 

Theatre at UBC

Degree Programs: BA Theatre

BA Advisor: Tom Scholte

The Bachelor of Arts (Major in Theatre) is a four-year program, which includes introductory courses in the areas of Theatre Studies, Acting, and Technical Theatre, as well as practical participation in the department’s productions. Subsequent years require a strong focus on Theatre Studies, the history, dramaturgy and methods of the theatre. No formal application for the BA Theatre Major is required.

We are extremely proud of the courses developed by Errol Durbach, Peter Loeffler, Jerry Wasserman, Erin Hurley and Kirsty Johnston in the history, dramaturgy and methods of the theatre. To augment this strong central foundation, students may also choose optional courses in Acting, Technical Theatre, Design, Creative Writing or Film.

 

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If you have any further questions about the Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Program, please contact the BA Advisor: Tom Scholte.

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