The J.E.A Crake Fellowship in Drama -Established in 2001 through the generosity of the Crake Foundation, this fellowship brings to Mount Allison, from September to April, a theatre specialist who will direct a production, participate in Drama courses, supervise student projects and contribute to the Drama programme and the Motyer-Fancy Theatre in other ways appropriate to her or his expertise and experience.
The Drama Graduate in Residence -This programme, sponsored by the J.E.A. Crake Foundation, brings to the campus for a brief residency Mount Allison graduates who give workshops in areas of special interest, contribute to classes, and counsel on a one-to-one basis students who have a special interest in drama and theatre.
Crake Motyer-Fancy Theatre Workshops -This program complements and supports both the Drama program and the theatre season.
Student Technicians-Each year four students work in the Motyer-Fancy Theatre, for a modest honorarium, in the following areas: web and communications, front of house, costumes, and general technical support. for information, contact the Motyer-Fancy Theatre Production Manager.
Newcastle Exchange program - Fine Arts, Music, and Drama have a priority status in selecting students for academic exchange to the University of Newcastle in Australia