Galileo Design by Herb Whittaker

New Online Exhibit:

Herbert Whittaker:
Designing for the Theatre

This new exhibit features designs by Herbert Whittaker, and is part of an exciting new partnership with The Google Cultural Institute.

Theatre Museum Goes Backstage

You can find video recordings of our Theatre Museum Goes Backstage series of public learning events HERE.

Stay Tuned: We will post information on upcoming events here.


News and Events

Married to the Theatre

Come be a part of
Theatre Museum Canada's
one-night only
fundraising cabaret

Monday November 7
6:00pm to 9:00pm

Click HERE to order your tickets now.
$125 for individual tickets
passed hors d'ouevres, gourmet food stations, drinks and entertainment.

Your hosts
Raoul Bhaneja & Birgitte Solem

Featuring performances by
Stephen Guy-McGrath & Melanie Phillips
David Hein & Irene Sankoff
Lisa Horner & Matthew Olver
Bob Martin & Janet Van De Graaff
John Roby & Patricia Vanstone

Some of Canada's most talented couples perform together, and share the ups and downs of loving each other - and the theatre!


Hospitality Partner
DANIEL et DANIEL Event Creation & Catering


The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre

Important: For this special event, please enter via the Stage Door at 158 Victoria Street

Business Attire

Proceeds support Theatre Museum Canada and its work to preserve and celebrate Canada's theatre heritage.

Charitable tax receipts will be issued for maximum allowed amount.

King Blue sets the stage for Theatre Museum Canada

When King Blue by Greenland Condominiums takes its place in the Toronto skyline at the corner of King Street West and Blue Jays Way, it will house a unique component to which no other condo development in the country can lay claim — it will be home to Theatre Museum Canada.


Actor Ron Braden (1931-2012) celebrates a life in the theatre with charitable gift in his will

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? This new website is for you

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).

The preview launch includes over 400 plays produced in the last five years. This is a work in progress. We plan to include plays from past decades, and from across the country.

About Us

Theatre Museum Canada is dedicated to preserving and celebrating Canada's theatre heritage.