Visit us for one week to participate in classes and hang out with students, instructors and community members.
Get a taste of what it's like to live in Rosebud and train in theatre at Rosebud School of Arts by taking in a Scout Week. You are invited to come to Rosebud for a few days and discover Rosebud for yourself - audit classes, see a show at Rosebud Theatre, work in hospitality, experience small town life, ask all your questions, reflect on the direction your life is meant to take. By the end of the week, you will have a good sense of whether or not Rosebud is the right place for your growth as a Christian artist.
"As a native Ontarian, my Scout Week was a valuable time to introduce myself to Rosebud and assess if it was a good fit for me. I graduate this fall and look back on that time as an important milestone and a fond memory."
(Amy Burks, Mentorship Student)
Scouts usually settle into accommodation on Monday evening and leave Saturday morning, unless a shorter week is arranged. The week is filled with various activities designed to give scouts ample opportunity to discover Rosebud and to meet the staff and studnets. Scouts are scheduled to observe classes - for example, choir and acting - as they are offered, and they will attend a dinner and theatre performance. Scouts may be asked to assist with some of the daily tasks of a working dinner and theatre. An interview and talent assessment rounds out the week.
For the talent assessment, please prepare a one to three minute monologue and a song. The monolgue can be taken from a play, film, scripture, or poem; do not perform a piece that you have written yourself. The song will be sung acappella; no music accompaniment is provided.