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The Toronto Centre for the Arts main stage has been divided into two smaller theatres,
the Greenwin theatre and the Lyric theatre
The Toronto Centre for the Arts opened in 1993, and is located in Toronto, Canada. In the past, this indoor venue has been known as the North York Performing Arts Centre and the Ford Centre for Performing Arts. No matter the name, the benefits that this venue has to offer will never change.
There are three distinct facilities located within the Toronto Centre for the Arts. They include the 1,727 seat Main Stage Theatre, the 1,036 seat George Weston Recital Hall, and a 200 seat multi-use theatre. All three of these venues consistently attract a wide variety of events.
Some of the most popular events to take place at the Toronto Centre for the Arts include My Fair Lady, Accent, Danceries, Crack a Smile, and the Toronto Philharmonia among many others.
All in all, the Toronto Centre for the Arts is a modern venue that is large enough to accommodate regular events.