Mirvish Productions

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Mirvish Productions is a Canadian based theatrical production company and promoter.

The company was founded in 1987 by David Mirvish, son of Toronto retailing icon and owner of the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Ed Mirvish.

The first assets acquired was the Royal Alex and slowly began to acquire productions and other theatres.

Since the collapse of Livent, Mirvish Productions is the largest theatrical promoter in Toronto and Canada. The company has also helped Toronto become one of the most important theatrical centres in the world behind Broadway and London.


Most of Mirvish Productions' theatrical shows were (and are) in Toronto:

From 1987 to 1998 the company promoted theatrical productions at the Old Vic, then owned by the company:


Real Estate[edit]

Besides entertainment, Mirvish Productions has branched out into real estates. Besides the theatres they owned, Mirvish Productions renovated an old bank office tower into the condo project known as One King West in Toronto.


  1. ^ Ouzounian, Richard (12 July 2007). "Ed Mirvish, 92: Toronto's greatest bargain". The Toronto Star. Archived from the original on 30 March 2015. Retrieved October 10, 2016.