English & Writing StudiesWestern Arts and Humanities




WIR Wrap-Up

Tanaya Winder


Summer Shakesperae 2016 Auditions

Q1Hamlet Auditions



ChadNorman reading

Crummey reading

Tea Time

Hutchinson talk

Carley talk

Summer Shakespeare

Theatre Studies Alumni Event

Jazz & Poetry

As You Like It Auditions

WomenBewareWomen auditions poster

Deanna Young poster

Dr Faustus poster

Lynn Coady Talk
Bentley Mean Girls talk
WEMS poster

WIR reading

33rd Annual Western Summer Shakespeare production of Twelfth Night

twelfth night drawing

July 8th to 12th, 2014, 7:30 pm
Outdoors at Western in the
University College Courtyard
Tickets available at the door: $15 Adults,
$10 Students and Seniors

University College room 224
(2nd floor, south end of the building)

Everyone welcome!

In the Footsteps of Dublin's Giant

Thursday, May 22 at 6-8pm Irish Embassy Bar and Grill, 49 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON

For more than 40 years, Professor Michael Groden, a Distinguished University Professor in the Department of English and Writing Studies, has studied James Joyce. On the occasion of his pending retirement, join fellow Western alumni to learn how a personal passion for Ulysses defined a career and his own understanding of his life.

Guests will enjoy mingling with fellow alumni and friends in the Dublin Lounge of the Irish Embassy Pub & Grill. Professor Groden's talk, "Why James Joyce Matters to Me," will begin at 7:00 p.m.