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Moyse Hall Theatre

A 306 seat proscenium arch theatre located in the Arts Building.

Blue Planet

Directed by Prof. Myrna Wyatt Selkirk, Blue Planet is our winter 2015 theatre production.
(Photo: Owen Egan / Joni Dufour)

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Blue Planet

Directed by Prof. Myrna Wyatt Selkirk, Blue Planet is our winter 2015 theatre production.
(Photo: Owen Egan / Joni Dufour)

Find out more about our productions

Blue Planet

Directed by Prof. Myrna Wyatt Selkirk, Blue Planet is our winter 2015 theatre production.
(Photo: Owen Egan / Joni Dufour)

Find out more about our productions

The Alchemist

A still from the Spring 2011 production of  The Alchemist.
(Photo Owen Egan)

Moyse Hall Theatre

The entrance to our theatre, located in the historic Arts Building.

 

Maria Forti, U2 Arts, works on a costume used in a recent production of the Taming of the Shrew. Students in the Drama and Theatre program's Costume Design class learn sewing, draping and tailoring skills. (Claudio Calligaris)

Alexandra Holness (far left), Catherine Bradley, Danny Haeberlin, and Joy Ross Jones are hard at work as they make costumes for an upcoming theatre production.
(Photo Claudio Calligaris)

In the Department of English, students involved in the theatre program create their own costumes.
(Photo Claudio Calligaris)

"The Merchant of Venice"

Stephen Nagy as Antonio in William Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice", directed by Prof. Myrna Wyatt Selkirk.
(Photo Owen Egan)

"The Merchant of Venice"

Phil Li-Wei Chen playing Launcelot in William Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice", directed by Prof. Myrna Wyatt Selkirk.
(Photo Owen Egan)

Julius Caesar

Murteza Khan (Brutus) and Talia Aronsberg (Portia).
(Photo Owen Egan)

Julius Caesar

Zak Rose (Julius Caesar) and Spencer Malthouse (Cassius).
(Photo Owen Egan)

The Importance of Being Earnest

Nicolae Rusan (Jack) and Brian Beckett (Algenon) in The Importance of Being Earnest (Fall 2008)
Directed by Prof. Myrna Wyatt Selkirk.
(Photo Owen Egan)

Luke Powers as the Clown and Rachel Resnik as Isbel.
(Photo Owen Egan)

Martin Law as King, Rebecca Gibian as Helena, and Alex Gravenstein as Bertram.
(Photo Owen Egan)

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Harrison Collett as Oberon and Vanessa Combe as Titania.
(Photo Owen Egan)

A Midsummer Night's Dream

(Photo Owen Egan)

A Midsummer Night's Dream

(Photo Owen Egan)

Cloud 9

Daniel Carter as Cathy and Alex Bankier as Martin (background Shani Gonzales, Mara Lazaris and Vanessa Drusnitzer) in "Cloud 9".

Cloud 9

Alex Bankier as Harry Bagley, Leo Imbert as Joshua, Clara Nizard as Maud, Daniel Carter as Clive, Harrison Collett as Betty, Vanessa Drusnitzer as Ellen, Mara Lazaris as Edward and Shanti Gonzales as Mrs. Saunders.

Cloud 9

Caryl Churchill with Shanti Gonzales, Vanessa Drusnitzer as Lin, Mara Lazaris as Betty, Clara Nizard as Victoria, Alex Bankier as Martin.

Three Penny Opera

From left to right: Wilbur Chen, Anni Choudhury and Nicholas LePage in Three Penny Opera, our Winter 2014 production.

Three Penny Opera

Anna Gordon (left), Katie Scharf (right) in Three Penny Opera, our Winter 2014.

How Exile Melts

Daniel (Zachary Brown) and Glenn (Steven Koutsomitopoulos) in "How Exile Melts",  our fall 2014 production.
(Photo Owen Egan)

How Exile Melts

Glenn (Steven Koutsomitopoulos) and Julia (Cara Krisman) in "How Exile Melts", our fall 2014 production.
(Photo Owen Egan)

Moyse Hall Theatre

Moyse Hall is a 306 seat proscenium arch theatre located in the Arts Building at the heart of McGill University. The English Department stages two productions a year in this space.

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From fully fledged productions to lectures and conferences, Moyse Hall is a fully equipped production facility, catering to all your production needs in the heart of Montreal’s downtown core and at the center of McGill.

Let us help make your next production a great success, browse through the menu on the left to view the theatre's Specifications, Resources available, Stage Props and a selection of Images.
CALL (514) 398-6578 OR EMAIL Corinne [dot] deeley [at] mcgill [dot] ca">CORINNE [dot] DEELEY [at] MCGILL [dot] CA FOR MORE INFORMATION

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853 Sherbrooke St. West, Arts Building, McGill University, H3A 0G5 Map

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METRO: Exit at McGill College and walk North towards McGill University

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BUS: 24, 80, 107, 144

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