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Ed MirvishNOW ON STAGE!
Welcome to ALADDIN, Disney’s new Broadway-bound musical.
Panasonic TheatreNOV 23 - DEC 15
What starts as a civilized get-together quickly devolves into a scrappy, laugh-out-loud evening.Buy Tickets
Princess of Wales TheatreNOW ON STAGE TO FEB 2!
Cameron Mackintosh presents his acclaimed new production of Boublil & Schönberg's legendary musical.Buy Tickets
Royal Alexandra TheatreNOV 26 - JAN 5
Winner of eight 2012 Tony® Awards including BEST MUSICAL!Buy Tickets
Les Misérables Final Extension
NOW ON STAGE TO FEBRUARY 2, 2014
Just in time for the Holidays! Six more weeks have been added due to phenomenal popular demand.
This will be the production’s only and final extension in Toronto.
Heartbeat of Home Opens in Ireland
"This is a spectacle with heart and a soul... " - Irish Examiner
Created by the Producers and Director of Riverdance, Heartbeat of Home is a music and dance spectacular featuring the dynamic, vibrant components of traditional Irish, Latin and Afro-Cuban music and opened October 2 in Dublin, Ireland. See what audiences and critics alike are saying.
Mirvish Celebrates 50 Years in Theatre - Announces “BIGGEST EVER” Season of Shows
David Mirvish celebrates 50 years of his family producing and presenting theatre by announcing a busy new season of shows for 2013-14. In total, Mirvish Productions will present 18 shows and employ over 500 artists on its four stages in Toronto – the Royal Alexandra, Princess of Wales, Ed Mirvish and Panasonic theatres. This is the largest season Mirvish has ever presented.
Standing on the stage of the historic Royal Alexandra Theatre, which his father Ed Mirvish bought and restored in 1963, David Mirvish said:
The Second-Stage Series
This year marks our second Off-Mirvish Series which features 3 daring and hilarious plays. Off-Mirvish is an alternative series of shows from our main season. The series line-up comes to us from the Toronto theatre community, local productions of award-winning international new plays and original works from the world festival circuits.
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