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  • Oklahoma!

    Part Of Your 2020/21 Season!

  • Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

    Postponed until 2021

  • Murder on the Orient Express

    Jul 1 - Aug 31, 2021

  • Jesus Christ Superstar

    Postponed until further notice

  • Pressure

    Postponed until further notice

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Oklahoma!

Part Of Your 2020/21 Season!

First making its bow on the Great White Way in 1943, Rodgers and Hammerstein's evergreen classic Oklahoma! whisked early audiences away from the stark realities of World War II and offered up a song-filled optimism and unity. Reclaiming its joyous melodies, can-do spirit and classic plot, New York-based director Daniel Fish revived the song-and-dance spectacular in his home city in early 2019, earning eight Tony Award nominations, including Best Revival Of A Musical, for its stripped back, Country-western treatment of the original score and vivid, darker depiction of the Wild West reflected in its naturalistic staging and style.

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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Postponed until 2021

Wands at the ready J.K Rowling and Jack Thorne's theatrical heavyweight, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is coming to Toronto! Following record-breaking and multi-award winning runs on London's West End and Broadway, Canadian audiences will have the chance to experience the magic when the astounding production apparates into the Ed Mirvish Theatre come Fall 2020. A continuation of The Boy Who Lived's story, 'Cursed Child catches up with Harry and co as grown-ups where the challenges of adulthood, jobs, and kids prove far scarier than anything Voldemort could have cooked up!

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Murder on the Orient Express

July 1 - August 31, 2021

Tony nominee Ken Ludwig's critically acclaimed adaptation of Agatha Christie's career-defining novel rounds off the 2020/21 Mirvish Theatre Season. After wowing audiences at the Chichester Festival Theatre in England, the thrilling whodunnit makes its Canadian debut with featured stage design by Rob Jones and direction from Jonathan Church.

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Jesus Christ Superstar

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Fresh off a hit run in London and ground-breaking US tour, this Olivier Award-winning new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's groundbreaking musical heads to Toronto this fall, celebrating 50 years of the mega musical! Lacing together biblical drama with a propulsive rock and funk score, director Timothy Sheader reinvents the story for the modern age, paring back the more overblown aspects of the original for a truly rocking show.

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Pressure

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The British obsession with the weather takes center stage in Toronto this September as Olivier Award-winner David Haig's highly regarded play comes to the Ed Mirvish Theatre. But, a story just about the weather it is not as Pressure presents a historical account of the allied meteorologists charged with the most important forecast in the history of WWII, that of June 6th, 1944, D-Day.

Ed Mirvish Theatre

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244 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 1V8

  • Year opened: 1920
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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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