All of our classes run for the Season September to May, so the same schedule applies for Winter-Spring Semester 2019.
Auditions for new students will happen in June 2019. Please, check back in May 2019 for the dates.


Time Class Instructor Location Price
September 10th – December 17th, 2018 Monday
5:45 – 8:15pm
Psychology (Communication Training) &
Advanced Acting(Senior studio)
Ages 11-15
Ekaterina Vetrov
& Irina Tsirlin
Theatre Studio,
Nepean Creative Arts Centre,35 Stafford Rd.
$455/ semester
September 11th – December 18th, 2018 Tuesday
6:00 – 8:00pm
Beginners Acting, Stage Dance and Play Production(Junior Studio)
Ages 7-10
Ekaterina Vetrov Theatre Studio, NCAC $121.50/ month
$471/ semester
September 5th – December 19th, 2018 Wednesday
5:45 – 8:15pm
Advanced Acting & Movement In Theatre(Senior studio)
Ages 11-15
Ekaterina Vetrov
& Alexander Vetrov
Theatre Studio, NCAC $557/ semester
September 9th – December 16th, 2018 Sunday
Time varies
Dance & Stretching(Senior studio)
Ages 11-15
Mariya Bugrova Dance Studio, NCAC

210/ semester

Halloween Lovers Invited!

Route your Trick or Treating trail through the magical location of our theatre: b4d2f2aa80304a0d50ec7b1e88d82ced

– Fairy-tale characters will come to life on shadow screens and will tell many fascinating stories;
– Freakiest creatures will dance for you in the moonlight;
– Magic Door will share candies with all the kids!

The performances will be held outside, you can stop by on your way at any time between 6:30-7:30pm on Halloween night, October 31st!

 Location: 279 Compton Ave, Ottawa.

Our students will be delighted to surprise and scare you! 😉

All the performances are FREE of admission. Donations in the form of CANDIES are accepted by our young performers!


headerApril 26th – Performance of the poetic composition “In the Fall” at the Spring Ball, Dance With Us Ottawa, 80-B, Jamie Avenue. (Senior Russian group)

May 9th – 100 Watt Earth Stage, Ottawa International Children’s Festival
10am & 11:30am – “The Myth of the Dreamcatcher”, the show by Junior English Group
3:00pm – “Theatre Debate”: live critical discussion of the show “Hansel and Gretel”, Gruppe 38. Discussion led by Brianna MacFarlane, participants – Senior group (in English).

May 11th, 4pm – “The Myth of the Dreamcatcher”, the show by Junior English Group at Assumption School.

June 5th, 6:00pm – “The Magic Paintbrush” by Senior Russian Group and “The Flying Ship” by Solo School, Atlanta. Kailash Mital Theatre, Carleton University.

OUK Theatre Summer Camp

This unique program is designed for the young English-speaking, French-speaking and also Russian-speaking learners (separate sessions for different languages). OUK Theatre offers an intense two-week theatre training for children 6-15 years old.
Spots are limited to 10 children per session!


Fees are for TEN DAYS of drama and theatrical training over TWO WEEKS. Classes run Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:30pm.

Session  #1 (Language: ENGLISH)
(Children 8-12 years old)

Early Bird Special – $435 if registered and paid on or before April 1st

Regular Registration – $455 if registered and paid after April 1st

Family Early Bird Special – $855 for two children if registered and paid on or before April 1st

Family Regular Registration – $895 for two children if registered and paid after April 1st

Studio 311, 135 Seraphin-Marion Pvt, Department of Theatre, University of Ottawa.

Learning process

Young participants learn to act, sing, dance, improvise, construct costumes, apply make-up, and design sets. The program runs from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm daily, Monday to Friday for two weeks. We provide our students with experienced instructors that work in theatre, dance and art industry in Canada and Europe.

Theatre experience

The purpose of the program is to nurture in children understanding and appreciation of the theatre. Throughout the course children will learn theory and practice of the theatre. The program is also designed to discover the unique talent in every child and improve his or her speech-art, self-confidence, communication skills, and ability to present on public. By linking the participatory elements of music, voice/vocal, movement/dance, set and costume design to the process, we are taking children on a journey to discover the fundamental rituals to creating live theatre.

The company presents a final production of an original play by the end of the session. Parents, extended family, and members of the community are invited to attend.

Daily schedule

9:00 – 9:15      Welcome and Warm-up

9:15 – 10:15     Voice, Dance and Rhythm Work

10:15 – 10:30  Break & Snack-time

10:30 – 11:45  Choral/Text and Scene Work

11:45 – 12:30  Lunch

12:30 – 1:45    Rehearsal & Play development

1:45 – 2:00      Break & Snack

2:00 – 4:00     Costume, set and make-up design

4:00 – 4:30     “Candle time”

To register in the camp please send a request to email: and we will reply with a Registration Form.

What our students say:

“Thanks a lot for organization of such a great camp! It was the coolest camp in my life!”- Agata, 11.
“We were working hard on our show and I think we had a great success!” – Alex, 7.
“Thanks to our theatre instructors! I love this camp!” – Nina, 8.
“Good luck with the next camp session and I want to return to this camp next year!” – Dasha, 11.
“I LOVE THEATRE!” – Aliza, 10.