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All three Drama Programs (Specialist, Major, Minor) are designed to be flexible so that students can select courses from a range of disciplines that inform the study and practice of theatre. Courses are divided into five groups:
Foundations – Introductory Courses
Group A – Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
Group B –  Studio: Acting, Production, Design & Playwriting
Group C Related Courses in Other Departments (Cross-listed)
Other –  Special Topics & Independent Studies

In all Drama courses, class size is limited to ensure that students receive individual attention. Acceptance into studio courses (Group B) is based on an audition and/or interview; many Group B courses require the submission of portfolio materials.

For the undergraduate course times, locations, and instructors, please see the  2018-19 Drama Fall/Winter Timetable (TBA). For full course descriptions, along with detailed requirements regarding required course-work for each program, please see the 2018-19 Faculty of Arts & Science Calendar

Arts and Science 2018-19 Timetable: view schedule, enrolment controls, and spots available.
Arts and Science Summer 2018 Timetable


1st year: 1 FCE from: 
DRM100Y1 Introduction to Acting and Performance
   (not offered in 2018-19)
DRM101Y1 Introduction to Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
UNI102Y1 Performing the City

2nd year: 1 FCE from: 
DRM220Y1 Comparative Theatre Histories
DRM230Y1 Concepts of Twentieth-Century Theatre

Group A – Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies

Summer 2018
DRM386H1 S – Theatre Criticism: Writing about the Toronto Fringe Festival 
(Intensive: Sign up by March 10th)


DRM331H1 F – Dramaturgy
DRM342H1 S –  The Contemporary Avant-Garde
DRM363H1 F – Story-ing the Possible: Talking Treaties, Rehearsing (Re) conciliation
DRM385H1 S –  Topics: Contemporary Documentary Theatre
DRM388H1 S – Topics: Cultural History of Ballet 
DRM485H1 F – Senior Seminar: Thesis- (application guidelines)
DRM487H1 S – Senior Seminar: Theatre, Protest and Performance
DRM488H1 F – Senior Seminar: Performing Data/Data Performing — Strategies for a Theatre of Informatics

Not offered in 2018-19
DRM303H1 – Theories of Acting
DRM362H1   – Theatre and the World
DRM366H1 – Canadian Theatre
JDC410H1  –  Art and Politics: Bertolt Brecht, Robert Lepage, Robert Wilson
JIA400H1 Y – Architecture of Creativity: Interdisciplinary Practice

Group B – Studio

Acceptance into Studio courses (acting. production, design & playwriting) is based on an audition and/or interview after applying online by March 10th.  Second round applications for DRM200Y1, DRM228H1 and DRM254Y1 are due August 3rd. See entry points into the program for more information.

Students must apply each year for acceptance into the next level of studio classes.

DRM200Y1 Performance I (entry point; application guidelines)
DRM202H1 – Directing I (entry point; application guidelines)
DRM228H1  Playwriting I (entry point;  application guidelines)
DRM254Y1 Production & Design I: Production (entry point: application guidelines)
DRM300Y1 Performance II (apply online)
DRM302H1 Directing II (application guidelines)
DRM328H1 Playwriting II (application guidelines)
DRM354Y1 Production & Design II: Design  (application guidelines)
DRM375H1 F – Studio: Clown
DRM376H1 S –  Studio: Performing Digital Media
DRM377H1 F  – Studio: Community-Engaged, Applied, and Documentary Theatre Practice
DRM378H1 S -Studio: Uncanny Bodies: Movement Work from International Collectives Topics in Studio Practice

CAPSTONES Application Guidelines
DRM403Y1 Advanced Performance: Mainstage (application guidelines)
DRM401H1 Advanced Concepts in Voice
DRM411H1Y Advanced Concepts in Movement

DRM402H1 F Advanced Directing (application guidelines)

DRM428H1 S Advanced Playwriting  (application guidelines)
DRM454Y1 Advanced Production & Design
DRM485H1 F Senior Seminar: Thesis  (application guidelines)

DRM486H1 S Devised Theatre (apply online)
DRM400Y1 Advanced Performance: Devised Theatre  (not offered in 2018-19)

Note: Students taking a studio course (Group B) are required to take an academic co-requisite from Foundations or any course from Group A.

Group C – Related Courses in Other Departments

Be sure to check the Faculty of Arts & Science Calendar or contact the departments prior to enrolment. Consult undergraduate drama to request a Group C course count towards a Group A.

Courses currently offered in 2018/19:

APS320H1-F Representing Science on Stage
CLA382H1-F Tragedy
CLA383H1-F Comedy

ENG220H1-F/-S Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG330H1-F Medieval Drama
ENG331H1-S Drama 1485- 1603
ENG337H1-S Drama, 1660-1800
ENG340H1-F Modern Drama
ENG341H1-S Post-Modern Drama

GER240H1-F German Drama in Translation
GER340H1-S German Theater Production
GRK352H1-S Greek Tragedy I
GRK452H1-S Greek Tragedy II
INS300Y1-Y Worldviews, Indigenous Knowledges, and Oral Tradition
ITA400H1-F Machiavelli
MUS215H1-F Performing Arts of East Asia
SLA342H1-F Theatricality and Spectacle in the History of Russian Culture: From Jesters to Meyerhold
VIC304H1-F Praxis and Performance
VIC347H1-F Studies in Renaissance Performance

Not offered in 2018-19

ENG220Y0 Shakespeare
ENG320Y1 Shakespeare
ENG335H1 Drama 1603-1642
ENG352H1 Canadian Drama
GRK351H1 F Greek Comedy I
INS302H1 Aboriginal Representation in the Mass Media and Society
INS341H1 F North American Indigenous Theatre
ITA315Y1 Italian Theatre: Text and Performance
ITA390H1 The Comedia dell’Arte
ITA410H1 – Masterpieces of Modern Drama
MUS206H1 The World of Opera
MUS209H1 Performing Arts of South Asia
MUS340H1 20th Century Music Theatre
MUS408H1 – Wagner
SLA267H1 Great Plays in Great Performances
SLA367H1 Chekhov
SLA405H1 On the Waves of the Avant-Garde and Beyond: Czech Literature of the 20th Century
SLA406H1 Transgressions: Drama, Theatre, Performance
SLA475H1 Modern Czech Drama
SLA496H1 – Prague School Semiotics of Drama, Theatre and Cinema in Contemporary Context

Other – Special Topics & Independent Studies

Students must be a third or fourth year Drama Major or Specialist to apply for an independent study. They must approach a permanent Faculty member at the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies with a proposal. Should the faculty member agree to supervise, the Independent Study Form must be completed and signed.
See the calendar for a list of eligible Faculty supervisors.

Topics in Drama courses can count towards different Group Requirements depending on the content. It varies year to year. Please check with the Undergraduate Coordinator prior to graduation.

DRM286H1 Introduction to Communication (Summer 2017)
DRM387H1 Topics in Drama
DRM390Y1 Independent Studies in Drama
DRM391H1 Independent Studies in Drama
DRM399Y1 Research Opportunity Program
DRM485Y1 Topics in Drama – Senior Seminar
DRM490Y1 Independent Studies in Drama
DRM491H1 Independent Studies in Drama

Courses Previously Offered


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