Please join us for this special fundraising party featuring the world cinema premiere of CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER: A MEMOIR a new film with Christopher Plummer in conversation with Atom Egoyan. Special thanks to Brian Robertson, Veronica Tennant, and Nona Macdonald Heaslip.
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New Online Exhibit
This new exhibit features designs by Herbert Whittaker, and is part of an exciting new partnership with The Google Cultural Institute.
Visit the exhibit here.
Our Leaving Ladies:
Canadian Actresses Starring on World Stages from the 1840s to 1940s
On now until spring 2019
by Dr. Cecilia Morgan
by Matthew Dunleavy
Macdonald Heaslip Walkway of Theatre History
Hart House Theatre, University of Toronto.
When King Blue Condominiums takes its place in the Toronto skyline at the corner of King Street West and Blue Jays Way (one block west of the TIFF Bell Lighbox, two blocks west of the proposed Mirvish+Gehry towers), it will house a unique component to which no other condominium development in the country can lay claim — it will be home to Theatre Museum Canada.
Your much-needed charitable donations set the stage for students and theatre lovers young and old to remember and be inspired by our rich theatre heritage.
With profound gratitude Theatre Museum Canada thanks actor Ron Braden for the charitable gift of $548,000 made in his Will. The largest donation ever made to Theatre Museum Canada, it creates The Gertrude Isobelle Braden Fund, named after his mother, and will help the organization preserve Canadian theatre heritage for future generations.
Trying to remember who was in that show you loved?
Theatre Museum Canada is delighted to present a new website project recording the production history and performance dates of Toronto’s professional theatre: The Toronto Theatre Database Project (www.ttdb.ca).
With profound gratitude Theatre Museum Canada thanks actor Ron Braden (1931-2012) for the charitable gift of $548,000 made in his Will.
A pop-up exhibit in the lobby of The Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge St, Toronto, M5B 1M.
11am to 3pm, Wednesdays to Saturdays
Throughout July & August 2017
This free pop-up exhibit offered the rare chance to see costumes and other theatre wonders up close.
Produced by the National Arts Centre in association with Theatre Museum Canada
This exhibit is currently available for touring to venues across Canada.
For more information about this option, please contact:
National Arts Centre English Theatre