Terry Fox Theatre
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The Terry Fox Theatre is a proscenium theatre in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, opened in 1999, named after cancer research activist Terry Fox. Although attached to Terry Fox Secondary School, the theatre is operated as a stand-alone facility by the Port Coquitlam Theatre Society, a registered federal charity governed by a volunteer board of directors.
The theatre has 336 seats, with 234 seats at orchestra level, and 102 seats on the balcony.