This summer, nine students from Rosebud School of the Arts will perform alongside resident actors and professional artists from elsewhere in Canada in two block-buster shows on the Rosebud Theatre stage. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will play for 82 shows to a projected audience of 14,000, while the critically acclaimed Amish Project plays for 34 shows on the more intimate Studio Stage.
Anna Dalgleish, a third-year student from Delta, BC, is ready to develop her acting skills in The Amish Project, an all-woman show about the tragic 2006 Amish school house shooting.
“This is an opportunity to come together as women to tell an utterly human story, beautiful and broken, rife with anguish, and ultimately bathed in forgiveness,” says Dalgleish.
Fourth year student Cailtyn O’Connor from Calgary, Alberta, will showcase her dancing and singing talent as Naphtali and understudy to the Narrator, the largest role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical.
“I’m excited to work closely with actors from Calgary whose work I’ve witnessed over the last few years. It will be refreshing to watch the processes of these professionals, while developing my own practice,” says O’Connor.
Speaking of Rosebud’s investment in emerging performers, Nathan Schmidt, head of Rosebud’s acting programme, sums up the value of working in real life theatre. “Nothing will teach you like an audience,” says Schmidt. “Students aren’t just up there for 4 shows, but for 80 shows! The young actors live on the deck in a real way, not just as an exercise.”
To discover whether you are ready for a life in the arts, Rosebud invites you to a scout week to explore the school, the theatre, the arts village, and yourself in the demanding and rewarding work of theatre. Scout weeks are offered throughout the year, including the summer months.
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Re-think Bible College with Pathways, Rocky’s distributed learning model. Study online, in a group, or at a partner location. Rocky’s content remains the same but how we deliver it has changed. Pathways removes barriers by bringing your education to you and helps you improve your life by developing your passions. Our offices are in Calgary but our students live across Canada, in the USA, and overseas.
Live, study and minister anywhere in the world while completing your educational goals.
Sarah was involved in her local church and taking courses with us when God called her and her husband to go overseas. Through Pathways, she didn’t have to choose between finishing her studies and obeying God’s call to go and serve. Now she is on track to complete a degree and fulfill her ministry passions.
We work with you to create an individual learning plan that assists you to reach your educational goals. Our application process is quick and simple. All we need is your application, two references, and your transcripts. We also offer scholarship money that lowers your tuition by almost one-third. Contact us at RMCPathways.ca or Toll free at 1-877-968-6762
At Prairie College our students study the entire Bible. We cover the whole canon in all of our four-year degrees and offer a one-year Encounter program that covers much of the Old and New Testament. Here is what two of our students have to say about their experiences:
“My journey at Prairie has transformed my walk with God. Having a community to stand beside me as we look into God’s work together is incredible and should never be taken for granted. Being able to study the historical books with Carmen has changed my outlook on the Old Testament. Something I found dry and boring has now become filled with wonder as she has opened my eyes to new things.”
“Overall I came here with little understanding of Scripture. I do not come from a Christian background, and the exposure to Scripture I’ve received has helped me understand, not only the biblical message, but also the character and nature of God.”
Come and join us this fall by applying at prairie.edu/admissions. Check out Prairie College on Youtube as well.
Experience an integrated leadership training approach! A fusion of five different components all seamlessly working together: Leadership Training, Learning and Doing, Community, Outdoor Adventures, and Academics.
The years right after high school are proven to be an extremely formative and pivotal time in a young person’s life. It is a time when young adults find themselves leaving home for the first time and learning in a whole new way about their faith and life.
Kaléo is Greek for ‘I Call’ and Hawaiian for ‘voice’. Our program provides a very unique opportunity to listen to God’s voice and discover His call on your life at a a very important time in one’s life.
Are you an aspiring leader looking for a year that will lay a strong foundation for the next part of your life, whether it’s more school, work, ministry, travel or unknown? Are you interested in doing your first year of post-secondary education in a unique setting before heading off to a typical college campus?
A solid foundation of faith, character and leadership abilities is very valuable to have as a stepping point to whatever is next in life. The Kaléo program has proven to provide that foundation of faith as students study, serve, are stretched in outdoor adventures and ministry opportunities and focus on godly leadership.
If you become one of our students, we are committed to helping you build a strong foundation for life – no matter what’s next!
There is no typical weekly schedule for the Kaléo program! The five components of the program seamlessly work together in a very intentional schedule. Some weeks you are in class, while others you are on an outdoor adventure, on a missions trip, doing ministry in a church or at camp, or working on course assignments. The program schedule is put together in a holistic approach with every component supporting one another.
Each year of the Kaléo program is a little different. An excellent place to look at what student life looks like at Qwanoes is by reading a past year’s program blog: http://kaleo2018.blogspot.ca
At The King’s University, you aren’t simply pursuing an education—you’re pursuing a better world. Nestled near the heart of Edmonton’s rich river valley parks and trails, King’s provides students with a robust, whole-person education with a Christian worldview. You’ll graduate with a fuller sense of who you are and how you can use your God-given skills and gifts to affect your community and communities around the world. Do you see yourself researching nature? Enriching young lives in a classroom? Creating a new business? Whatever it is, King’s wants your dream to thrive.
Our interdisciplinary focus to education provides many degrees and opportunities:
• Accredited bachelor degrees in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences
• Commerce degree from the Leder School of Business
• Two-year Bachelor of Education After-Degree
• A certificate program through the Micah Centre that involves students in addressing global poverty, peacemaking, and pursuing social justice around the world, from missions trips to special conferences.
• 14 majors
• 24 program disciplines
• 561 courses
• International internships
• Over $600,000 in scholarships
King’s serves students from Canada and around the world by providing a dynamic learning experience. With our small class sizes, professors have the time to get to know their students, to mentor them, and to involve them in ongoing research in their field. Over 90% of our full-time faculty hold doctorate degrees, and students are often working alongside faculty to produce nationally and internationally recognized research. We want you to graduate with a fuller sense of who you are and how you can positively affect your community.
Students experience a vibrant campus life that includes competitive inter-varsity league soccer, volleyball and basketball, performances from world-renowned musicians, service opportunities, and much more. The dedicated team in Student Life works on behalf of students to encourage student development and success.
King’s is located in Alberta’s capital city, minutes from downtown and a series of amazing interconnected parks in the river valley with over 200 km of trails. The campus includes biology, chemistry, and computer labs, a coffee house, arts and music studios, a workout centre, and plenty of study and hangout spaces with natural light. Over 250 students live on campus in our residence buildings, creating one of the most welcoming, fun, and supportive communities for those away from home.
King’s exists to inspire and equip learners to help build a more humane, just, and sustainable world as followers of Jesus Christ, the Servant-King. Where will this vision take you?
Learn more at kingsu.ca.