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  • School of Rock

    Until Jan 6, 2019

  • The Play That Goes Wrong

    Jan 8 - Feb 10, 2019

  • The Sound of Music

    May 28 - Jun 2, 2019

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School of Rock

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Until January 6, 2019

Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock hits the road after blowing out the speakers on Broadway. Based on the classic movie starring Jack Black, this joyous show follows hilarious slacker Dewey Finn as he leads a band of fifth-graders on the road to rock stardom!

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The Play That Goes Wrong

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January 8 - February 10, 2019

Welcome to the opening night of 'The Murder at Haversham Manor' where students of the Cornley University Drama Society are attempting to stage this 1920s production. However, everything that can go wrong is and the opening night is quickly going from bad to disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can't play dead and actors who trip over everything they struggle to get to their final curtain call.

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The Sound of Music

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May 28 - June 2, 2019

Rodgers and Hammerstein's iconic musical about the Maria and the Von Trapp family is on a fresh North American tour. This new production is helmed by Jack O'Brien, who has promised to wipe away the "varnish" and dig down into the real drama that lies at the heart of the story. Featuring one of the great scores of all time, The Sound of Music is always the unmissable family show of the year.

Ed Mirvish Theatre

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244 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 1V8

  • Year opened: 1920
  • Concession stands
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar
  • Coat check

The theatre was first opened in 1920 as a vaudeville and movie theatre in the Pantages theatre circuit. At the time, it had a seating capacity of 3373, and was the largest and most elegant cinema in Canada. It was originally named the Pantages Theatre, then the Imperial Theatre and later the Canon Theatre, until it was renamed in 2011 after Ed Mirvish, a well-known businessman and theatre impresario. The venue was listed on the City of Toronto Heritage Property Inventory in 1979, and in 1988, the theatre gained heritage protection, as it was designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

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