Randolph College for the Performing Arts
Established during Canada’s mega-musical revolution in the 1990s, the Randolph College for the Performing Arts was the country’s first post-secondary educational institution to offer multi-disciplinary “Triple Threat” training to aspiring professional performers — offering equal training in acting for stage, dance, and vocal.
Students at the Randolph College of the Performing Arts study under a faculty who are working professionals in the field and will enjoy a student life with multiple performance opportunities through events such as their Coffee Houses. Students also perform in a full-length play and full musical as part of their course work before graduating. Students can further their training upon graduation with their degree pathway for Yorkville University for entry into their BCA program.
The Randolph College of the Performing Arts has a curriculum that responds quickly to the industry’s needs and prepares multi-disciplinary performers to meet the demands of careers on stage and screen, thrive in the dynamic life in the arts, and be situated in the industry’s Canadian hub, Toronto.