Ed MirvishNOW ON STAGE!
An enchanting adaptation of the all-time classic.
Perfect for the family!
Panasonic TheatreNOW ON STAGE!
Now extended through Sept 1!Buy Tickets
Princess of WalesJUL 17 - AUG 18, 2013
Cole Porter’s first-class musical comedy is sailing to Toronto.Buy Tickets
Royal Alexandra TheatreAUGUST 13-25, 2013
Once Upon A Dream starring The Rascals!Buy Tickets
The Journey Ends August 18
GET TO OZ NOW! FINAL WEEKS!
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of The Wizard of Oz is an enchanting adaptation of the all-time classic, totally reconceived for the Toronto stage. This all-Canadian production will leave Toronto on August 18 to go on tour. Developed from the ever popular MGM screenplay, this new production contains all the beloved songs from the Oscar®-winning movie score, all the favourite characters and iconic moments, plus a few surprises along the way, including new songs by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Book Oz Now for Summer!
“There he goes, Mr…” Cole Porter
As a lyricist and composer, Cole Porter remains unrivaled in his wit, cleverness, sophistication and double entendre of lyric, writing nearly one thousand songs.
Begin the beguine: Born into a wealthy protestant family in Peru, Indiana on June 9, 1891, Cole Porter was named for his parents Samuel Porter, shy small town druggist, and Kate Cole, pampered daughter of the richest man in Indiana.
The Mirvish Family Celebrates a Milestone
50 YEARS OF THEATRE
Announcing the Mirvish 2013-2014 Season
14 Shows - Including LES MISÉRABLES, Disney’s ALADDIN, ONCE and Disney’s THE LION KING. Main Season – 7 Shows from only $135. Off-Mirvish Season – 3 Shows from $99. Plus 4 Bonus Shows.
Fifty years ago an adventure in theatre began. Ed Mirvish purchased the beautiful Royal Alexandra Theatre on King Street West. Nestled in the middle of a disused industrial area, the theatre, like the neighbourhood, had been neglected for years. Mirvish restored and renovated the theatre, and revitalized the area. Today the neighbourhood is unrecognizable. Similarly, Mirvish launched a new era in Toronto theatre, ushering in a local commercial segment, which helped to grow the talent pool and the industry to one of the largest and best in the world.