Events by Department

Watch this page for all events happening around the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts.

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  • Drama students to tackle tough topics in Sunday on the Rocks
    Brock dramatic arts students and cast members Catherine Tait, left, and Kristina Ojaperv rehearse for their upcoming production of Sunday on the Rocks. Produced by dramatic arts students under the company name OverHead Theatre, the […]
  • Popular One Act Festival returns to Marilyn I. Walker Theatre
    Dramatic Arts students in the Directing II course are presenting a series of short plays as part of the upcoming One Act Festival on Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23 at the Marilyn I. […]
  • Community discussion to focus on King Ubu’s relevance to today
    Brock’s Department of Dramatic Arts is excited to bring King Ubu to the mainstage this weekend at the Marilyn I. Walker Theatre in downtown St. Catharines. The show runs from Friday, March 1 to Saturday, […]
  • King Ubu coming to Marilyn I. Walker Theatre
    Cast and crew members of the upcoming mainstage production King Ubu have been busy preparing for opening night on Friday, March 1. Tickets are on sale now for the production, presented by Brock University’s Department […]
  • King Ubu tickets on sale now!
    Tickets for our spring mainstage presentation of King Ubu, presented by the Department of Dramatic Arts, are on sale now! The show runs from March 1 to 9 at the Marilyn I. Walker Theatre. King […]
  • Lecturer uses theatre to tackle social justice issues
    Director David Psalmon will travel to the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts from Mexico as the next presenter in the Walker Cultural Leader Series on Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. (From […]
  • Antigone sparks public discussion
    There was a full crowd in the Scotiabank Atrium of the Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex on Oct. 31 for a panel discussion on Antigone and the relevance of the ancient text in today’s world. […]

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