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The SCA Theatre Production & Design stream provides a path for students who focus on the production and design aspects of the discipline. The curriculum includes technical production, stage and production management, stage lighting, design for the stage, dramatic literature, and playmaking, as well as introductory courses in acting, dance, visual art, music, and film.

For information about applying to the program, please follow the links at the Future Students section of our site.

Program Information

The program is structured so that students will accumulate extensive practical experience in a variety of production contexts while building a strong foundation in the theoretical and critical aspects of their work. Students get hands-on experience working on a variety of productions while collaborating with fellow students from different disciplines across the school, as well as directors, choreographers, and guest artists.

To see detailed descriptions of the program options in the Theatre Production & Design area, please visit the Academic Calendar.

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The curriculum for the Production/Design includes:

  • Technical production
  • Stage and production management
  • Stage lighting
  • Design for the stage
  • Dramatic literature
  • Playmaking

Plus introductory courses in acting, dance, visual art, music, and film.

Photo: Paula Viitanen

Theatre Production & Design


Visit our Undergraduate information page to find out about the application process and timeline for the SCA Theatre Production & Design area.

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Anthropocene (2016), SCA's Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre. A devised work directed by Ker Wells and performed by SCA students, with set design by SCA alumni Robert Leveroos and lighting design by the SCA's Kyla Gardiner.