Society of Undergraduate Drama Students (SUDS)

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The Society of Undergraduate Drama Students—SUDS—organizes workshops and social activities for all undergraduate CDTPS students. Workshops are intended as enrichment, offering students opportunities to work with professional artists in specialized areas. Past workshops include: stage combat, writing in movement, physio for actors, LinkedIn lunch & learn, and alumni panels with recent graduates. 

Follow SUDS on Facebook or visit this page for a full calendar of events. Please email the SUDS exec with workshop suggestions or ideas on how we can represent and serve you better. 

2019-20 SUDS Team 

Beka Morrison, President

Beka is a Fourth year student currently completing a Drama Specialist with a minor in history. She is currently the Undergraduate Student Administrator for the centre and is extremely excited to be the President of SUDS for this academic year. Beka is actively involved throughout the campus theatre community as well as the community within the drama centre. In Beka’s opinion theatre should be a collective experience that challenges the way we look at the world and is very interested in challenging the ways that women are often represented in art. This year Beka is excited to be apart of a team that is working toward providing as many opportunities as possible for student to round out the skills they are learning in fun and exciting ways as well as building the community of the undergraduate student body here at the centre! 


Abigail Esteireiro, Treasurer

Abigail Esteireiro is a third year Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies Specialist and English minor. She has been actively involved in past CDTPS productions in a design capacity as well as various campus productions over the past few years. Recently, she was the costume and set designer for the 2019/2020 Directing Showcase show, Eurydice. Abigail is interested in improving POC representation and creating intercultural theatre. She can't wait to start Working with the SUDS team on how they can make our community more inclusive and accessible for students.


Rachel Bannerman, Vice-President