Theatre Museum Canada

Type: Museum

This museum collects, preserves, and exhibits artefacts significant to the history of live theatre in Canada.


Conservation / Preservation:


Set designs, playbills, photographs, props, and other memorabilia dealing with the development of live theatre in Canada.

Public Programming:


Temporary and touring exhibitions deal with various aspects of the history and art of live theatre in Canada. Past exhibits have focused on set design, notable performances and individuals, women in theatre, and historic theatres.


The Legend Library is a video database of interviews with prominent members of the Canadian theatre industry, including actors, directors, set designers, and more.

Volunteer/Internship/Placement Opportunities:

This museum accepts volunteers.

Address & Contact Information:

55 Mill Street
Studio 309, Building 74 (Case Goods Warehouse)
Toronto, ON
M5A 3C4

Phone: 416-413-7847

Hours of Operation:

The museum does not currently have its own space. Visitors should call or check the website to find the location and time of current and upcoming exhibits.

Key Words: culture, theatre