YPT offers a wide selection of workshops for schools. For students, these include Specialized Workshops, Companion Workshops, Residencies, and Pre- and Post-Show Workshops. These workshops are designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of a particular theme or arts practice, enhance their theatre-going experience, and provide them the opportunity to actively engage in creative drama. All of our workshops are active, hands-on sessions. YPT engages professional facilitators of the highest quality who have extensive experience working with young people using a diversity of artistic approaches. These workshops can take place either at YPT or at the participating school.

Interested in booking a workshop?
Contact Molly Gardner, Education Manager
416.363.5131 x230 |

Companion Workshops

Enhance your theatre-going experience by participating in a Companion Workshop, taught by one of YPT’s Resident Artist-Educators. Throughout the season, YPT offers hour-long pre- and post-show Companion Workshops in connection with our productions, in which students engage with the specific themes and ideas of a particular show while developing specialized drama skills.

FEE: $275.00 (+applicable taxes) per workshop.
Maximum 30 students per workshop.

Customized Workshops

Do you have a specific idea for a drama-based activity, workshop series or program for your students? We would love to help turn your idea into an engaging experience for your students. Building your own specialized workshops allows YPT’s Artist-Educators to work with staff and students to design and implement an inspiring, creative and supportive learning experience. Get in touch and we’ll see how we can work together to create something special for everyone involved.

FEE: $15 per student (+applicable taxes) per workshop.
Maximum 30 students per workshop.

INDIGENizeUS Workshops

Designed by YPT Community Engagement Facilitator Lindy Kinoshameg, the INDIGENizeUS workshops encompass a series of learning sessions, centered on the Seven Grandfather Teachings of the first peoples of Turtle Island. For more information, click here.