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Boris Roubakine Recital Hall

The Boris Roubakine Recital Hall is a 200-seat lecture theatre converted to provide performance facilities for small music recitals, film presentation, slide shows and similar events. It is available for both academic and community use.

The Reeve Theatre

The Reeve Theatre is the Department of Drama's primary research and public performance facility, a strategic site of experiential learning for both undergraduate and graduate programs in Drama.

This facility is an experimental theatre laboratory, a unique concept combining the requirements of performance with responsibilities for experimental instruction in the dramatic arts. The Reeve Theatre is not available for community booking.

The Rozsa Centre

The Rozsa Centre houses the 384-seat Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall, a music performance and teaching facility for the Department of Music and the Husky Oil Great Hall, a conference facility for the International Centre. It also houses the Rozsa Recording studio - a state-of-the-art digital audio recording studio capable of producing professional quality recording masters. The Rozsa Centre is available for community booking through University Theatre Services.

The University Theatre

The University Theatre provides seating for 505 persons, with performance facilities for drama, music, dance, films, exhibitions and lectures. After academic needs are met, the University Theatre is available for a wide variety of community uses.