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Facilities and rentals

The Department of Drama and Speech Communication has flexible, well-equipped spaces for classes and project work. To make rental arrangements, please contact Janelle Rainville.

Theatre of the Arts - ML 135


Wide angle shot of stage and audience seating

The Theatre of the Arts, located in the Modern Languages Building (ML), has an amphitheatre stage which seats approximately 400 people. The department uses the Theatre of the Arts for classes as well as performances. For rental information, please contact Janelle Rainville.  Fill out the Production requirements document to specify your needs for your event.  

Seating Map

Production Requirements (PDF)

Production Requirements (XLS)

Photosphere 360 degree photo of the Theatre of the Arts

Studio 180 - HH 180

Studio 180 with show

The intimate Studio 180, located in Hagey Hall (HH) seats 60 people, and houses classes, productions, and student performance projects. Studio 180 may be booked by Drama students for rehearsal purposes. For rental information, please contact Gill Lesperance.  

The CCAT Studio - ECH 2108

East Campus Hall Studio

The Canadian Centre for Arts and Technology (CCAT) in East Campus Hall (ECH) is a flexible studio space used for classes, and student and faculty production projects. Enquiries may be directed to Professor Glenn Stillar.

Drama Production Office - ML 127

Our production office, located next to the Theatre of the Arts, is available for student stage managers, assistant stage managers, production managers, and designers working on departmental performance projects.

The Green Room - ML 137

The Drama student lounge is the Green Room, equipped with a fridge and microwave.  It is also the home of our Silversides Collection of DVDs, CDs and vinyl records.  Students are welcome to borrow from the collection.

The Speech Communication Lounge - PAS 1282

The Speech Communication Student Lounge is open Monday-Friday from 10 am-10 pm, and it's available for all SPCOM students to relax and connect with other students or to work on readings and assignments.