Department of English and Theatre
Acadia University
Beveridge Arts Centre
10 Highland Avenue, Rm 415
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
B4P 2R6 Canada

Tel: (902) 585-1503
Fax: (902) 585-1070


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Theatre is a four year program offering two streams of study, Performance and Design/Production, and features  

  • Small class sizes
  • Skilled instructors with professional theatre experience
  • High academic standards

We believe that the theatre artist carries a major responsibility to serve not only the arts but also the community at large. Theatre is not just about acting but it is a collaboration that relies on the talents of designers, lighting and sound technicians, carpenters, painters, media and box office administrators. We believe that theatre artists must be sensitive to all of the areas that constitute the theatre experience: the more things you can do with knowledge and flair, the more useful you will be in future endeavors, to the theatre, to yourself and to your community.

For more information, contact Dr. John Eustace (, Chair, Department of English and Theatre.


Nov 6/14 3:06 pm

Coady wins best female actor award

Mary Fay Coady, '06, wins 2014 Best Female Theatre

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Oct 27/14 3:40 pm

ATC Presents Sunday on the Rocks

The Acadia Theatre Company presents Sunday on the Rocks in November 2014.


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Oct 20/14 8:23 am

5th CATT held in August 2014

5th Centre for Alternative Theatre Training (CATT) took place in Casperia, Italy.

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Oct 15/14 8:47 am

Letter One by Tony Nardi

The Departments of Politics and English & Theatre present Letter One by Tony Nardi.  A public screening and talkback with actor, writer, and Director Tony Nardi.  October 15, 2014 in the KCIC Auditorium from 6:00 - 9:00 pm.  Free Admission.

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Mar 6/14 9:35 am

ATC Presents 7 Stories

The Acadia Theatre Company presents 7 Stories, a comedy by Morris Panych, March 19-22 and 26-29.

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