Theatre Museum Canada

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Theatre Museum Canada
Established 1982
Location Toronto, Ontario Canada
Type Theatre Museum
Website Theatre Museum Canada

The Theatre Museum Canada was founded by Herbert Whittaker in 1982, for the purpose of preserving and celebrating Canada's theatrical cultural heritage. The museum's honorary patron is Christopher Plummer. One of Theatre Museum Canada's ongoing projects is the Legends Library, which consists of filmed interviews of Canadian theatre icons such as William Hutt and Robert LePage.[1] In addition to their online exhibits, the museum tours exhibits to various venues in Toronto. On August 30, 2011 David Mirvish announced that a space of 9,675 square feet was to be allocated for the Museum in a "great location" in Toronto's theatre district.[2] located at 355 King Street West. The museum will have a home in the new King Blue Condominium, Retail and Hotel project at King Street & Blue Jays Way.[3] This is just down the street from The TIFF Bell Lightbox - and about 2 blocks away from the proposed Mirvish/Gehry Project.


The Museum is affiliated with: CMA, CHIN, and Virtual Museum of Canada.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Robert LePage Interview". Living Legends Library. Theatre Museum Canada. Retrieved 2 August 2012. 
  2. ^ great location
  3. ^ Starr, Ryan (10 September 2012). "King Blue Condos will be a 'destination,' Toronto builder says". Toronto Star. Retrieved 9 April 2015. 

Coordinates: 43°39′00″N 79°21′32″W / 43.650°N 79.359°W / 43.650; -79.359