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The Drama Centre Turns 50

It is with great pride that we are celebrating the 50th anniversary of our beloved Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. We ask that you join us for three special events that we have chosen to highlight our continued commitement to the teaching, study and research of drama, theatre and performance studies.

50th Exhibit

December 2, 2016

A Stage for All the World: U of T’s Drama Centre at 50

Please join us in recognizing five decades of excellence in theatre scholarship at the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, on display in the main floor exhibition area.

Opening Remarks: 5:30 pm
Reception: 6-8 pm (Blackburn Room, 4th Flr)

Developed under the supervision of the Centre’s own Dr. Paul J. Stoesser, and curated by Liuqingqing Yang of Museum Studies at the Faculty of Information, the exhibition represents vibrant scholarly activity in the fields of theatre history, dramatic theory, production dramaturgy, performance studies, and creative writing.

Enriched with staging elements from the Centre’s own collections, this exhibition offers a glimpse into our vital contributions to these fields over the last fifty years, revealing the depth of the foundation on which the Centre will continue to build in the decades still to come.

A Stage for All the World: U of T’s Drama Centre at 50
will be on display through January 31, 2017.

April 23, 2017

The Play’s The Thing, Hart House

TDrama Centre 50th Anniversary and Shakespeare logohe Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies is celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of its Graduate Program in a year of two other milestones: the 150th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada, and the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death.  To mark these concurrent occasions and recognize the achievements of our Centre, our country, and the inimitable William Shakespeare, we are organizing a gala presentation The Play’s the Thing!

This celebration brings together a panoply of international and national theatre directors long associated with the Drama Centre in a collaborative effort to transform the ground floor of Hart House into a space of sensory delight staged in Shakespearean splendour. The professional talents of Johanna Schall, Herbert Olschok, Norbert Kentrup, Katka Schroth, Jean-Jacques Lemêtre, Daniel Brooks, Kate Lynch, Ken Gass, Colin Taylor, Tim Chisholm, Djanet Sears, and Rick Miller will join those of renowned Drama Centre alumni and its current students in a presentation of newly imagined Shakespearean scenes and tableaux staged in a festive atmosphere of period musical interludes. The evening will conclude in the Great Hall with a Shakespearean banquet, making The Play’s the Thing into a truly unique experience for all of its participants.

Doors Open:  6:00 p.m.
Tickets: $150/single ticket ($1200/10 tickets). Please visit the Hart House box office to purchase tickets.


May 28, 2017

U of T’s Drama Centre at 50: A Reunion

Join us for a reunion celebration as we recall the last 50 years of scholarly work emerging out of the hub of the Drama Centre, and re-connect with our alumni who have become success stories far and wide.

More details to come, stay tuned.

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