The Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies welcomes you, our alumni and friends, to connect and access the benefits and services available to you.
Subcribe to the CDTPS Alumni e-newsletter.
You are part of the Arts & Science alumni community, one of over 253,000 alumni living in more than 190 countries. Every day, and in every sector – government, industry, business, scientific research, arts and culture, education, health, human rights and more – our alumni are stepping up to make a far-reaching and positive difference in their communities and around the world. We are grateful for your contributions as they are remarkable in many ways.
Visit the central U of T Alumni page to update your contact information, learn about the benefits and services available to you (including how to access your transcript and set up your alumni email account), and see the calendar of alumni events and a full listing of recognized alumni groups the University has to offer.
Visit the Faculty of Arts & Science Alumni & Friends page to subscribe to our e-newsletter, learn more about our alumni community and see upcoming events for Arts & Science alumni.
Our students are seeking support as they move through and beyond their degrees. Alumni also have a role in shaping U of T’s educational excellence and global impact.
As an alumnus, you have the experience, skills and insights to make a difference.
Welcome students into your workplace for a job shadowing opportunity.
Speak with prospective students as part of our Alumni Recruitment Ambassador Program.
Learn more about opportunities to volunteer through one of U of T’s centrally run programs.
U of T's Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies is home to Canada's largest and longest-running graduate programs in these disciplines. Located in downtown Toronto, the centre draws specialists from across the University, including those from Cinema, Classics, Comparative Literature, English, French, German, Italian, Medieval Studies, Slavic and Spanish & Portuguese, as well as renowned colleagues from the University's three undergraduate drama programs.
Over the course of the year, two performance venues are transformed into laboratories where students and faculty experiment with innovative projects that can range from an exploration of Elizabethan rehearsal techniques to the legacy of historical avant-garde in contemporary theatre, from the translation of contemporary texts across cultures to an investigation of the role of tears. Your donation will support a vibrant academic and creative forum for the theory and practice of performance.