U of T Spotlight is an initiative to enhance the engagement of students from all three campuses in theatre activities outside of the classroom. U of T Spotlight centres around core events and opportunities that are organised and run by students:
Find more information about U of T Spotlight, the upcoming events and members on the Facebook page here >>
Workshop Series: The workshops series is designed to facilitate an intimate environment where students from any level of experience can learn theatrical skills from a leader’s experience. They are open to, and free for all currently enrolled U of T students, in any program or year of study. The vast range of drama skills we have learned through the workshops have been a huge appeal for our students. Past workshops have included: Audition Technique, Hand-to-Hand Stage Combat, Writer’s Discussion, Improvisation Basic and Actor’s Warm-up.
To see what’s upcoming and to register for a workshop, visit here >>
Playwriting Competition: U of T Spotlight is dedicated to supporting student playwrights. An adjudication panel will select one winner and two runners up after the conclusion of the contest. Winning scripts are awarded cash prizes, time with dramaturgical talents to hone their scripts and the opportunity to have a public reading of their work. Student playwrights of all experience levels are encouraged to submit their original, unproduced works.
Interested participants should read the following documents:
The 2019 competition was judged by Myekah Payne and Claire Burns
First place ($500 prize) awarded to Nam Nuygen for CAEZUS
Second place ($150 prize) to Micaela Robertson for RHYTHM METHOD
Third place ($100 prize) to Jules (Julianne) Mendoza for BARNACLE GOOSE