Scholarships & Bursaries

Students from 2019/2020
2019/2020 cohort

Antony Holland Scholarship 
This scholarship, in honour of the founder of the Studio 58 theatre program, is awarded to students in their second or third year who demonstrate outstanding ability and dedication to the program.

Gertrude Langridge Theatre Arts Scholarship 
This scholarship is awarded to students in their second or third year of Acting studies or second year of Production studies, who have demonstrated excellent progress in the work and/or have shown a strong and consistent contribution to the ensemble.

Jennifer Wade Family Endowed Fund Award
This award is given to a student in his or her final year of studies, and is selected by a secret vote by students in the final two terms. The award is for the student who has shown the most kindness and caring towards others during his or her final year in Theatre Arts, focusing on what is universal rather than what is parochial, trendy, or shallow.

Jean Margaret Monica Ball Scholarship 
This award is given to a student who has demonstrated dedication to the program. Preference will be given to a student who demonstrates a strong ability in comedy.

Lloyd Nicholson Memorial Scholarship Scholarship 
This award is given to a second or third-year Theatre Arts student who demonstrates outstanding musical ability.

Beta Sigma Phi Scholarship 
This award is given to a third or fourth term Theatre Arts student who has demonstrated excellence in some area of the Theatre Arts Program.

Earl Klein Memorial Scholarship 
This award is given to a fourth, fifth or sixth term Theatre Arts student who demonstrate generosity with peers and a contribution to the ensemble, freedom of creative expression, interest in increasing knowledge in all aspects of theatre, commitment and determination, and financial need.

David Pritchard Memorial Scholarships
There are two awards, given to Theatre Arts students for the following: 1) outstanding achievement in stage management and 2) outstanding achievement in all aspects of the Theatre Arts Program.

Cheryl Swarts Bursary 
This is an annual bursary that provides financial assistance to Theatre Arts students based on need. To be eligible, students must have completed the first tow academic terms of the Theatre Arts Program. The bursary will be granted based on financial need and evidence of passing grades. Preference will be given to female students. (Spring or Fall)

The Jane Heyman Creative Collaborative Endowment Fund

Jane Stirs Up New Collaborations
Soup's on!

For 20 years, Jane Heyman made an incredible contribution to the Theatre Arts Program, cooking up creative recipes for collaboration with the faculty, staff, and professional community to bring our students the finest theatre education in Canada.

Recent initiatives have brought our students together with international directors and Equity guest artists. This stew of creativity has proven an enormous benefit in opening our students’ perspectives to world theatre and true professionalism.

To continue this tradition, Jane has added the first ingredient to get things simmering: the initial donation to the Jane Heyman Creative Collaboration Endowment. This Endowment will enable the department to continue bringing guest artists to work with students—to infuse their learning with new flavours.

Help keep the creative juices flowing at 58! Please donate.

Remember, Langara College will match every dollar contributed to this campaign. This means your donation will be doubled.


More Information

If you are interested in making a donation to the program, please contact Shahin Virji or you can donate online (If you'd like to donate to a specifc scholarship, simply state which one in the additional information box). 

Shahin Virji
Development Officer, Major Gifts & Planned Giving