Michel and Suria Saint-Denis Pavilion
5030 St. Denis Street, Montreal, QC
Metro station: Laurier
Once a Juvenile courthouse and now the School's main home, the Michel and Suria Saint-Denis Pavilion houses:
- rehearsal halls,
- classrooms (including specially converted spaces for voice, dance, movement, set and costume design, and writing),
- the André-Pagé Studio (a flexible studio space with a 150-seat capacity),
- the Pauline McGibbon Studio (80-seat capacity),
- a small costume shop,
- a sound studio,
- a lighting laboratory,
- a projection room,
- a computer room,
- a video studio,
- a school supplies store,
- a cafeteria, a common space equipped with refrigerators and microwaves for the students.
Download the plans of our studios:
Pauline McGibbon Studio
Technical Drawings (4 pdfs in a zip file)
The building also houses the Bleviss Family Library, the largest and most comprehensive documentation centre for the theatre arts in Canada.
The library’s collection includes approximately 35,000 English and French plays in published or manuscript form. In addition, it has over 20,000 books on theatre and theatre-related topics, as well as on subjects that inspire and influence theatre, such as art, architecture, history, mythology, and fashion. Though primarily for the use of the School’s students and teachers, the Library also offers memberships to the general public for a reasonable annual fee.