Discover. Develop. Play. Perform.

Theatre isn’t all about being the centre of attention. It builds confidence and self-esteem, challenges an individual’s comfort level and breaks down social barriers.The STC Academy introduces participants of all ages and experience levels to the magic of theatre in a supportive, social, and non-threatening environment. Our classes are led by skilled and highly-trained instructors with extensive teaching backgrounds. Students are exposed to a wide range of games, exercises, and experiences that are tailored to any skill level. All classes end with a presentation for family and friends.

Scroll down to check out the classes below or call STC Director of Education, Ralph McIntosh at 705 674 8381 x27 for more information.

This unique program engages students in the process of creating a major theatrical production, culminating in a series of performances for parents and the community. Participants develop their performance abilities in acting, voice and movement, and contribute to the creation of props, sets, and costumes.

2021 Production CINDERELLA

Sudbury Theatre Centre will turn Cinderella on its head as our Students On Stage cast and crew re-imagine this timeless fairy tale in a modern setting. This new musical production is sure to enchant young and old alike!


Performances are tentatively scheduled for the week of 25-30 MAY 2021.
Dates and times will be established in the new year, subject to the public health situation at that time.

2021 Production


Recommended for grades 1 to 8.

This season we present the embodiment of triumph over inequitable cruelty in the classic folk tale, Cinderella. There’s a twist. This production is set in Sudbury.


Kelsey co-directed The Wind in the Willows in May 2019, and is also the instructor of our Playtime Theatre program. She was a participant in STC’s Students On Stage program before completing a BFA in Theatre Performance at Laurentian University and a Diploma in Theatre Production at Humber College. Kelsey has stage-managed professionally across Canada including Canadian Stage, Factory Theatre and Thousand Islands Playhouse, and is thrilled to be involved with Students On Stage once again.