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For those interested in pursuing Performing Arts career:
The George Brown Theatre School has earned a national reputation for training highly skilled actors. Taught by notable theatre artists, students receive concentrated, career-oriented training in the fundamental skills and professionalism needed to work as professional actors in theatre, television and film.   
For those interested in pursuing a career in Theatre Production:
The Humber CollegeTheatre Production diploma program provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to work in professional performing arts and the entertainment industries. With an emphasis on the technical and visual components of production, the curriculum covers the art and technology of crafting exquisite props, puppets, costumes, set pieces and painted scenery. It also covers the use of a broad range of lighting, sound and rigging equipment. Students develop hands-on expertise as they mount productions for the Humber Theatre season in partnership with students enrolled in Humber’s Theatre Performance program.
For those interested in experiencing MORE theatre:
Soulpepper believes strongly that the connection between young people and the arts is best fostered through a direct relationship with the artists on our stages. At the centre of all of Soulpepper's education initiatives is the notion of mentorship: a direct and personal relationship between young people and our artists. To make theatre accessible to young people, Soulpepper offers all remaining unsold tickets to youth 21 and under for only $5. Purchase Youth Rush Tickets at our Box Office 30 minutes before all performances in our season.
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