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Two professors from the Department of Theatre were recognized with Les Prix Rideau Awards 2010
Joël Beddows was recognized as best director for Swimming in the Shallows, which was also designated as best Anglophone production of the year while Jean Stéphane Roy was recognized as best director for Les Médecins de Molière, which was also designated as best Francophone production of the year. Congratulations!
Kristina Watt, part-time professor at the Department of Theatre has obtained the Prix Rideau Awards for Outstanding Performance, Female for Blackbird, Third Wall Theatre.
Meet the six Department of Theatre students who wrote, directed, filmed, edited, produced and acted in the film Turning Points, premiering at the Gladstone Theatre January 28-29.
Marie-Jeanne Chaplain-Corriveau, student at the Department of Theatre, just publish her first novel entitled: Les Quatre Nillë at the Éditions Marcel Broquet – La nouvelle édition! She will be present at the Salon du livre de Montréal, from November 17 to 22, 2010.
Professor Joël Beddows received the distinction of the Week personnality from Radio-Canada/Le Droit for his exceptional years of engagement in the theatre community of the region. (Article in French only)
- Simone Davis, an English and Theatre student, is recipient of the 2009-2010 CIBC Mentorship Program Scholarship. Congratulations.
- The short movie “Let Go” of Elif Isikozlu, graduate student from the Master of Fine Arts in Theatre (Directing), is screening on the 2010 Vancouver Olympics Cultural Olympiad Digital Edition site.
- Professor Jean Stéphane Roy will become the next Director of the Théâtre la Catapulte, succeeding Joël Beddows as of July 1st, 2010.
- Annie Brisset, professor at the School of Translation and Interpretation and the Department of Theatre, have been elected fellow of the Royal Society of Canada for her exceptional achievements in the areas of sciences and arts & humanities!
- The Prix Marcus is presentend to Joël Beddows, professor at the Department of Theatre, for his significant contribution to French-language theatre!
- Professor Daniel Mroz from the Department of Theatre is part of the team who has won the prestigious Alan Blizzard Award. Congratulations.
- The Montreal press is talking about the MA in theatre program. (article in French)