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Canada’s Theatre Museum Announces Its New Home Within The Elgin And Winter Garden Theatre Centre.

In category: News

TORONTO ( Thursday, March 23, 2023) –  Canada’s Theatre Museum announced today that it will have a new home located in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre.

The museum is in the planning stages of a $5Million Campaign that will provide capital, museum start-up and operating funding, and create a solid financial future by building on the endowment and sustaining funds. 

Planning and design work is underway with Toronto-based international multidisciplinary design firm Reich&Petch.

Colm Feore announced as honorary patron

In category: Events Exhibitions News

Canada’s Theatre Museum is delighted that iconic Canadian actor Colm Feore has agreed to take on the role of honorary patron for the museum. Colm adds: “Canada’s Theatre Museum is a foundational resource for all. It showcases our rich cultural history and points toward a glorious future.

Whittaker set design for Galileo

Herbert Whittaker: Designing for the Theatre

In category: Exhibitions

On Now
Online Exhibit
This online exhibit features designs by Herbert Whittaker, and is part of the Google Arts and Culture initiative and its non-commercial mission to preserve and bring the world’s art and culture online so it’s accessible to anyone, anywhere.

Christopher Plummer


In category: Events

Special screening of CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER: A MEMOIR  a documentary film featuring Christopher Plummer in conversation with Atom Egoyan.

Thursday May 16, 2019
Film Screening (90 Minutes)
Followed by a Q&A

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Behind the curtain

Behind the curtain

In category: Exhibitions

A pop-up exhibit in the lobby of The Elgin Theatre

July & August 2017

This free pop-up exhibit offered the rare chance to see costumes and other theatre wonders up close.

Man Looking at DAVID FRENCH

David French: Writing Home

In category: Exhibitions


Fall 2011

NAC English Theatre in association with Theatre Museum Canada presented a retrospective exhibit about the life and work of one of Canada’s most important playwrights, Newfoundland and Labrador’s David French (1939-2010), in conjunction with the production of his play Salt-Water Moon.

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