Jane Mallett Theatre
As one of two St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts theatre spaces, the 497 seat Jane Mallett Theatre offers an intimate theatre environment with superior sight lines and exceptional acoustics. The semi-circular thrust stage is ideal for productions ranging from a single speaker to the most demanding audio-visual presentation.
About Jane Mallett Theatre
Constructed in 1967 as Toronto’s Centennial Project, the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts opened its doors in 1970. The building housed two auditoriums; The Theatre and The Town Hall. The early eighties saw The Theatre renovated with the generous support of the late Mrs. Bluma Appel, a major patron of the arts. It was renamed in her honour. In 1984, a group of friends of the late Canadian actress Jane Mallett organized a fundraising campaign to renovate the Town Hall, renaming it the Jane Mallett Theatre to commemorate her life and accomplishments.
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