Globe Theatre Conservatory
Actor Training Program
Lucy Hill in I, Claudia | Photo by Sharpshooter Photography
Direction by Ann-Marie Kerr. Set and Costume Design by Andrew Cull.
Lighting Design by Leigh Ann Vardy.
The Actor Training Program is a rigorous 16 week process (May to August), occurring bi-ennially, with an emphasis on acting, movement, voice training and text analysis.The program is taught by some of the most respected theatre professionals in Canada.This is a full-time program with classes scheduled six days per week from 10am to 6pm as well as some evening rehearsals.
The Actor Training Program is an advanced program that will prepare actors for work in the professional theatre at the highest level. Admission is through a competitive audition process. Applicants must be high school graduates and at least 18 years old. Saskatchewan residents will have priority for the available spaces. Participants will be given priority to audition for a role in a Globe Theatre production during the season immediately following the completion of the program.
We encourage you to apply for this program if you want to pursue a career as a professional theatre artist. The Actor Training Program prepares artists to work on the Globe Theatre stages and any other Canadian theatres.
Past Conservatory Teachers:
|Ryland Alexander||Stage Combat|
|Johanna Bundon||Movement, Devised Creation|
|Candace Cox||Alexander Technique|
|David Latham||Neutral Mask, Introduction to Shakespeare, Acting|
|Kana Nemoto||Mitzvah Itcush Technique|
|Andrew North||Conservatory Director (2014), Acting|
|Jayden Pfeifer||Improv, Devised Creation|
|Perry Schneiderman||Character Half Mask|
|Geoffrey Whynot||Conservatory Director (2008-2012), Acting|
Submissions are now closed for the 2016 Globe Theatre Conservatory.
Please check back in fall of 2017 for information on the 2018 Conservatory.
Actor Training Program Fees & Receipts
Cost: $6,000 Fee
We are a recognized Saskatchewan Private Vocation School and issue tax T2202A Tax Receipts.
The Globe Theatre Conservatory has a Canada Student Loans designation and is registered in the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship initiative.
Refunds: Refunds are provided in accordance with Sections 26 and 27 of The Private Vocational Schools Regulations, 2014. Refunds are generally calculated according to the following criteria:
- school has provided 20% or less of instructional hours, school may retain 25% of tuition fee payable
- school has provided more than 20% but 50% or less of instructional hours, school may retain 60% of tuition fee payable
- school has provided more than 50% of instructional hours, school may retain 100% of tuition fee payable.
Refer to Regulations for complete requirements.
Actor Training Program 2008 & 2010
2016 Globe Theatre Conservatory Students - Actor Training Program
2014 Globe Theatre Conservatory Students - Actor Training Program
2012 Globe Theatre Conservatory Students - Actor Training Program
Letters of Support for the Globe Theatre Conservatory
Director of Theatre Training, Stratford Theatre Festival
Artistic Associate, Alberta Theatre Projects
Chair, Ryerson University
Conservatory graduates Kyle Kuchirka, Devon Bonneau and Grahame Kent in Peter and the Starcatcher | Photo by Chris Graham Photo | Direction by Kelli Fox. Set and Costume Design by Laura Gardner. Lighting Design by Louise Guinand.
Conservatory graduates Anna Seibel and Robyn Sanderson with Sabryn Rock in The Last Wife | Photo by Chris Graham Photo | Direction by Anita Rochon. Set Design by Laura Gardner. Costume Design by Mara Gottler. Lighting Design by Louise Guinand.
Cast of Much Ado About Nothing, including 2014 Conservatory graduates | Photo by Sharpshooter Photography | Direction by Marti Maraden. Set and Costume Design by Nick Blais. Lighting Design by Louise Guinand.