The Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Programme is a training ground for actors, singers and dancers, Participants from 8 to 80 will be challenged to build confidence, communication and self-expression; to develop their talent and nurture their passion for the Performing Arts!
Program Director Lou Zamprogna and his team of working professionals use their decades of experience to mold and develop the progress of each individual student. With sessions year- round, and intensive study periods at March Break and in the Summer, the Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Programme has the continuity and the flexibility to bring out the best in You! As students reach the upper levels of their training, they have the unique opportunity to take to the stage at the Dofasco Centre for the Arts in a full-scale, professional quality production of a major musical!
The Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Programme is designed to develop theatrical communication skills and life skills -as a means of fostering self-expression. Individuals explore their creative imagination and challenge their critical thinking process while achieving a higher level of self-confidence and self-discipline.
Emphasis is placed on group work and developing the skills necessary to work together to achieve one collective goal as well as the development of one’s own personal aspirations and endeavors.
2016 Summer Student Production
2015 Summer Student Production
Into The Woods
Many Performing Arts Programme Alumni have gone on to successfully work in stage, television and film. Including:
- Gord Woolvett (TV: Andromeda)
- Evan Buliung (Stage, Stratford & Shaw Festivals)
- Charles Azulay (Stage, Mamma Mia & Miss Saigon)
- Gema Zamprogna (TV, Road to Avonlea 7 seasons, Film, Stage and voice overs)
- Dominic Zamprogna (Film, TV, CBC’s Edgemont, General Hospital)
- Kathleen Robertson (TV, Beverly Hills 90210)
- Jamie West (TV personality)
- Patty Sullivan (TV host)