TOM SCHOLTE, BFA, MFA (UBC) Tom is a nationally recognized actor in the realms of theatre, film, and television. Among his numerous screen credits are a Genie nominated and Leo winning performance in the feature film LAST WEDDING, a Gemini winning performance on DA VINCI’S INQUEST, and a Leo winning performance in the short film EXPOSURES. On stage, he is a two time Jessie nominee who has appeared for such companies as Vancouver’s Pi Theatre, Ruby Slippers and Arts Club Theatre Company, Toronto’s Modern Times Stage Company, and Whitehorse’s Nakai Theatre. As a director he was a founding member of Neworld Theatre and is the founder and artistic director of Theatreshop. He has previously taught acting for stage and screen at the Vancouver Film School, Lyric School of Acting, and the University of British Columbia. Tom’s feature film directing debut, CRIME, received its world premiere at the 2008 Vancouver International Film Festival.

In addition to his continuing artistic practice, Tom in engaged in ongoing research exploring cybernetics in the Stanislavski System of Acting and the naturalistic theatre as a modelling facility for complex adaptive social systems.  HIs publications on this work can be found in the journals Kybernetes and Constructivist Foundations.

Winter 2018

THTR521 Styles in Directing Sections

An advanced course in directing; detailed study of the major styles in the history of production.

Winter 2018

THTR547A Directed Studies in Theatre and Drama and Film/Television - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

Winter 2018

THTR547B Directed Studies in Theatre and Drama and Film/Television - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

Winter 2018

THTR549A Master's Thesis - MASTERS THESIS Sections

Winter 2018

THTR549C Master's Thesis - MASTERS THESIS Sections

Winter 2018

THTR549B Master's Thesis - MASTERS THESIS Sections

Winter 2018

THTR520 Direction and Production Sections

Winter 2018

THTR547C Directed Studies in Theatre and Drama and Film/Television - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

Winter 2018

FIPR330 Intermediate Motion Picture Directing Sections

Winter 2018

FIPR469G Special Projects - SPECIAL PROJECTS Sections

Advanced film production, including interdisciplinary projects.

Winter 2018

FIPR469H Special Projects - SPECIAL PROJECTS Sections

Advanced film production, including interdisciplinary projects.