This project aimed at establishing a reciprocal pathway (bi-directional) between the Stage Management Technician program at Collège Boréal and the Drama Studies program at York University's Glendon campus. These institutions shared a mutual interest in developing an innovative cooperative relationshippathway between these programs, in order to allow students to acquire at the same time the technical, technological, practical and theoretical knowledge in performance and theatrical productions in French, with the ultimate goal of serving the Francophone communities in southern Ontario. In the established framework agreementAs part of the agreement established, graduates from the Stage Management Technician program at Collège Boréal have the option of accessing the Drama Studies program (120 credits) at York University's Glendon campus and obtaining a Specialized Honours BA. A total of 42 credits will be awarded. Likewise, the graduates of the Drama Studies program at York University's Glendon campus (90 or 120 credits) have the option of accessing the 2nd year of the Stage Management Technician program offered at Collège Boréal and obtain an Ontario college diploma. In order to do so, they must pass three upgrading courses delivered in hybrid mode in the spring semester of each year. These courses consist of 2two weeks of distance education and 3three intensive weeks of laboratory training offered at Collège Boréal's Sudbury campus.