Scene Study Masterclass
The Ottawa School of Theatre, in partnership with Burning Passions Theatre (home of the Classics Theatre Festival), presents a Scene Study Masterclass with director Laurel Smith.
Working with your colleagues, we will explore the techniques of how to play a scene, including preparation, character development and scene analysis.
Saturday, March 4th, 2023
10 am to 6 pm
March Break Camp
Join Ottawa School of Theatre for an exciting week of theatre magic! Theatre study builds character, fosters teamwork, creative thinking and self-confidence! OST day-campers get the chance to put on a show and ACT on stage just like the PROS!
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"I've learned so many skills from OST — I used to hate going up in front of my class and talking, but now it’s one of my favourite things!" -Max Frederick
I first started taking classes at OYPTS (now the Ottawa School of Theatre) when I was 11 years old, and I am still involved with the organization well over 2 decades later. I can honestly say that it changed the course of my life. I met many lifelong friends and learned valuable lessons about working as a team. The atmosphere at the Ottawa School of Theatre is one of acceptance, inclusion and positivity. I would highly recommend getting involved!
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"I first got involved with the Ottawa School of Theatre about five years ago, when we moved back to Canada from Barbados. [The school] really helped me feel more at home, because I didn't know anybody when we moved. It gave me a second family, you could say — people that I knew, and I could be myself around." -Suriya LaChance