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Berkeley Street Theatre


Canadian Stage Company sends its edgier work to this 240-seater. Edward Albee's The GoatorWho is Sylvia? played here, as well as American 9/11 polemic...

26 Berkeley Street

Bluma Appel Theatre


This 875-seater is where CanStage's flashier productions are mounted. It's a relatively large space, but excellent sight-lines make it feel quite intimate....

St Lawrence Centre, 27 Front Street East

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

Critics' choice

North America's largest queer theatre (call it gay and lesbian at your peril) dates back to 1979 and is a focal point for the gay community. Its heyday was...

12 Alexander Street

Canon Theatre

Critics' choice

This exquisitely restored theatre (which was previously known as the Pantages) is the location of choice for box-and-truck touring shows like Spamalot and...

244 Victoria Street

Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre


North America's only remaining double-decker theatre complex (a popular design in the early 1900s), the Elgin and the Winter Garden were both restored in...

189 Yonge Street
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Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre

Attractions, Theatre

Billed as the last operating double-decker theatre in the world, this complex is also famous for its beauty. The two theatres have been painstakingly...

189 Yonge Street

Factory Theatre


The Factory is the quintessential Canadian theatre. Established in 1970 by Ken Gass, who returned in 1997 as artistic director, it was the first in Canada...

125 Bathurst Street

Harbourfront Centre


This cultural centre by the lake is reviving its festival of international theatre for 2007. An annual event from January through May, New World Stage hosts...

235 Queen's Quay W

Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People


Toronto's premier venue for children's theatre offers productions that are aimed at kids but will also appeal to their adult escorts. Shows are tailored for...

165 Front Street E

Panasonic Theatre


After being kitted out for the short-lived performance-art ensemble Blue Man Group, this 700-seater is now a roadhouse. The sleeper hit Menopause the...

651 Yonge Street

Princess of Wales Theatre


This venue in the Entertainment District is the first privately owned theatre built in Canada since 1907. With Peter Smith as its architect, Yabu-Pushelberg...

300 King Street W

Royal Alexandra Theatre

Critics' choice

This 'Edwardian jewel box' turns 100 in 2007, and its legacy is rich. It is where John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson performed, and where Piaf belted and...

260 King Street W

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts


This barn-like (3,000-seat) theatre is in search of a purpose now that the opera and ballet have decamped across town to new digs. Expect to see a mishmash...

1 Front Street E

Soulpepper Theatre Company


There's a double meaning in the name of the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, the new home of Toronto's much-lauded Soulpepper Theatre Company. The name...

Tarragon Theatre

Critics' choice

Artistically and financially, the Tarragon is the most reliable theatre in Toronto and, probably, Canada. Here you're likely to see Canadian theatre at its...

30 Bridgman Avenue
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