Theatre of Tomorrow Program (TOT) – High School program
Centaur Theatre has offered discount tickets for High School Students for over 50 years.
Please note Centaur is not offering plays for schools at this time due to COVID.
Educational materials include discussion exercises, improvisation, and background information about the play to help prepare students for their experience. Downloadable workbooks are available.
Talk Back Sessions
Following each TOT performance is a moderated talkback session. This gives students the opportunity to meet the cast, voice their comments and ask questions about the play.
A message from the sponsor of the TOT program
is a place to put down roots and watch them grow. Whether you were born here or
worked hard to get here, you’re in a country that’s diverse and accepting, and
where potential is real. In Canada, we look after each other, and we stand up
for what we believe in.
At Canada Life, we care about Canadians and the communities they call home. We believe that when communities come together, potential becomes reality.
With the absence of a season of plays this year, The Canada Life Assurance Company has shifted its long-time support of Centaur’s Theatre of Tomorrow (TOT) to sponsor a newly formed initiative, Artistic Diversity Discussion through its Stronger Communities Together program.
For over 40 years Canada Life has been an indispensable supporter of the TOT educational program, which reaches into communities to bring school groups into the theatre, challenging and expanding minds, sparking imaginations, and nurturing a passion for the arts. Through its decision to support ADD @ Centaur and its associated activities, Canada Life aligns itself with Centaur’s ardent goal to bridge communities and create a more just and open society enriched by diversity.