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The hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday: p.m. Tickets for Sunday and Monday are sold on Saturdays. Toronto is recognized as the third-largest theatre centre in the English-speaking world, after New York and London.
Even in the days of vaudeville, Toronto was a major player with Keith’s Theatre chain, which included some 34 theatres East of Chicago and in Eastern Canada, as well as the Loews chains, which had 63 theatres throughout 18 U. In 1962, there were only two professional live theatres in Toronto.
There are 187 professional theatre, dance and opera companies, 62 venues and 38,269 seats, not including outdoor venues, smaller theatres (399 seats or less) and comedy clubs.George’s Hall which opened 1892, the club itself founded in 1908 as meeting place for writers/actors/musicians – 1910 opened in back of York County Courthouse on Adelaide St.East – cabaret performances – Old Court Minstrels 1918; – Interior 1911 – 1920 moved to 14 Elm Street –from 1930 Spring Revue annual event; Most Happy Fella (02); Artscape Shaw Street Centre – 180 Shaw Street, former Shaw Street School, a beaux art heritage building, will be home to these groups: Centre for Indigenous People; Barbara Astman, photographer; College-Montrose Children’s Place; Emily Filler, painter; Inter-Galactic Arts Co-op; Miriam Grenville, textile artist; Paperhouse Studio; Vid Ingelevics, photographer; Red Pepper Spectacle Arts; Elyssa Lefurgey-Smith, musician; SKETCH; and Small World Music Society – Once complete, to offer a theatre training facility, a centre for dance and performance, papermaking skills programs, community-based multi-media workshops, arts training for marginalized youth, music education for amateurs and professionals, family resources to support the local community, screenings, openings, performances, daily exhibitions and nightly events.The fire fighters recreation hall on the third floor was converted for use as a studio theatre – Cripple of Innishmaan (03); Real World (03); Beauty Queen of Leename; Alumni Hall – St.Michael’s College Ambrose Small Grand Opera House – Adelaide Street West – converted to Regent AMC Courteney Park 16 – 401 and Highway 10 – 16 cinemas AMC Entertainment International Inc – Kansas City based – operates 7 Canadian cinemas – more than 60 percent of AMC’s theatres are megaplexes with at least 14 screens that feature stadium-style seating AMC Interchange 30 – 30 Interchange Way, Vaughan – 1999 – 30 cinemas AMC Kennedy Commons 20 – 401 and Kennedy Rd – 1998 – 20 cinemas AMC Metropolis 24 – Dundas and Yonge – see Metropolis for updated news – projected for 2006 AMC Yonge and Dundas 24 – Toronto Life Square, NE corner of Yonge & Dundas Sts – long-planned entertainment mecca at Yonge and Dundas Sts.