As with all Theatre@York main stage productions, the show's set, costume, and lighting are designed and executed by undergraduate Theatre students.
The award honours professors who demonstrate exemplary support for postdoctoral scholars at York University, exceeding general supervisory expectations.
Celebrating the spirit of the rebel. This new play that gives voice to the youth, energy, and passion of the 1960s & resonates with students today.
In 2017-18 AMPD students received over 2.4 million dollars in scholarships, awards and bursaries.
Theatre Professor Marlis Schweitzer will use her Connection Grant to support a two-day event that will bring together 16 emerging and established scholars from across Canada.
During the winter term Siobhan Richardson, professional actor and choreographer, hosted intimacy choreography workshops for York University theatre students.
On Wednesday, March 21 students, staff and alumni came together in the Winters Dining Hall for good food, good times and great home grown AMPD entertainment to celebrate Winters College’s 50th anniversary.
Worlds of Exile, Theatre @ York’s 2017-18 season, culminates in Christopher Marlowe’s Dido, Queen of Carthage, an epic story in an intimate and innovative new production directed by Peter Hinton.