Young Actors Company
The Young Actors Company (YAC) is an elite training program for students who show exceptional talent in the areas of acting and wish to advance their skills. Students from this program have gone on to train at conservatory theatre programs throughout the country or have pursued acting careers.
In this process-oriented program, students work with a professional creative team to hone their acting skills. The culmination of this program is a full scale production on Neptune Theatre’s Scotiabank Stage.
Summer Intensive – YAC Boot Camp
YAC Boot Camp, which provides approximately 2 weeks or 80 hours of instruction, will run from Monday to Friday, August 7 – 18.
Special this year, the final Showcase will be an open-air performance held on Saturday, August 19 at the Public Gardens as part of its Canada 150 Year celebration.
Auditions for Boot Camp will take place on Sunday, May 14. No appointment required, BUT you must be at the Scotiabank Stage entrance at 10am, and be prepared to stay until 1pm. For the audition please have prepared one monologue no longer than one minute (preferable memorized).
The fee for Boot Camp is $500 + HST.
Eligibility to Audition for the Winter Company
Students must attend a Boot Comp in the past three years or have been a cast member of a previous Young Company production. The audition date for YAC Winter Program will be posted following the Summer Intensive.
The Winter Program, which provides approximately 160 hours of instruction and performance over 9 weeks, is $500 + HST.
Please contact Laura Caswell at 902-429-7300 or email@example.com if you have additional questions.
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