Our studio-office is located on the border of Little Italy and Mile-Ex, just a short walk from De Castelnau metro station, the Jean-Talon market and Jarry Park. Click here to watch our accessibility videos detailing how to arrive at PWM.
7250 Clark Street, #103
Metro: De Castelnau station and Jean Talon station (wheelchair accessible)
Please note that there is no dedicated parking area for our visitors and at times it may be difficult to find nearby parking. However, there is paid street parking available a block away from us on Jean-Talon. There is also free parking available directly in front of our building Monday-Saturday after 7 p.m. and all day on Sunday. Please contact us ahead of time if you have questions about parking availability on a given day.
Please note that Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal is not located in a fully accessible building. Our space is located above street level and is only accessible via a flight of stairs (ten steps). Kéroul conducted an accessibility audit of our space in 2019. You may find additional information, including photographs of our space, on Keroul’s profile of Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal’s here.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if there is anything we can do to assist you in entering the building.
The building is equipped with a wheelchair-accessible bathroom. All doorways and corridors in the building are wide enough to accommodate most visitors using assistive devices.
About Our Studio and Office Space
PWM’s space is located in studio 103 of the building. Although there are steps to reach this floor, once you arrive at the studio there are no more steps. We are striving to make the space accessible for as many people as possible, which is why we have also incorporated the following accommodations:
- Dimmable overhead lighting in our shared office space and studio
- Height-adjustable desks in our common working space
- A calm room / quiet space is available for guests to use, including at in-person public events.
Group of 5 Project
Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal has plans to move into a new facility that will be wheelchair accessible. It is projected that by 2023 the Group of 5 would be in the building in a transitory phase and by 2027, the building would be complete. Please note that there are details to be finalized about the accessibility of the building during this transitory phase.
Seating accommodations can be made for visitors using assistive devices (canes, walkers, wheelchairs etc.) during events.
Service animals are welcome at Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal. During events, seating accommodations can be made for visitors accompanied by service animals.
Getting there by bus or metro
There are bus stops near Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal for the following bus routes: 55, 363, 93, 95. The closest metro stations are Metro de Castelnau (not wheelchair accessible) and Metro Jean-Talon (wheelchair accessible).
We invite you to consult these video tours for more information on how to get to Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal and navigate once inside the building:
Getting to PWM from the bus stop on Jean Talon and Clark
Getting to PWM from De Castelnau Metro
Getting to PWM from the main entrance + office tour
Going to the bathroom from PWM’s office space
Feedback and Commitment to Improvement
Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal is committed to improving the accessibility of our space and of our services. In the 2020-21 season, we consulted with Accessibility and Inclusion Consultant Clary Chambers, and with artists in the community to gather feedback, insights and suggestions on how to improve our physical, cultural and digital accessibility. We are thankful for any and all feedback.