The Dan School of Drama and Music emphasizes a balanced approach in which theory informs practice and practice informs theory. In Drama you can study all aspects of theatre, from acting and directing to theatre history and dramatic literature, and there are many different opportunities to become involved with our productions, which have been described as “intriguing work that meets a high level of accomplishment”. Some of our popular offerings include Music Theatre, Acting, Technical Production and summer courses in Medieval Theatre at Herstmonceux Castle in England. We also offer internship opportunities in which students work with a professional theatre company. Our graduates are broadly resourceful thinkers and practitioners able to work comfortably and confidently in a wide range of professions.
Specialization in Stage and Screen
A specialization that incorporates an even count of courses between Film and Media and Drama, along with a introduction to either Art or Music with room for elective courses.
Specialization in Computing and the Creative Arts (COCA)
This specialization consists of the majority of the courses in Computing and a Sub Plan such as Art, Drama, Music or Film and Media with room for elective courses.
Major in Drama
A major is an intensive course of study in one discipline, with approximately half of your courses within the discipline with room for an optional minor in any other Arts and Science discipline.
Medial in Drama
A dual course of study in Drama and any other Arts discipline.
Minor in Drama
A minor is a less intensive course of study in the discipline that must be combined with a major in another discipline.
Job and Career Opportunities
The Dan School of Drama and Music at Queen's is unique in aiming to provide a balanced study of the elements of the theatre from both theoretical and practical perspectives. Students and faculty value the many ways in which learning can take place: lectures, seminars, and studio courses involving the development, rehearsal and presentation of practical projects, as well as independent study and presentations; theatre labs; talks and presentations by guest artists and scholars; attendance at shows; and participation in main stage and studio productions for the public. Combined groupings of courses are available in the literature of drama, directing, acting, technical production and stage design, play-writing, theatre history, and dramatic theory and criticism. Auditions are not required for entrance to the program.
Where could Drama students go after graduation?
留学地点：Faculty of Arts and ScienceDunning Hall - First Floor,94 University Avenue,KINGSTON,Ontario (ON),K7L 3N6, Canada
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