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Welcome to

Toronto Operetta Theatre

~ est. 1985 ~

Enter our world of thrilling entertainment,
romance, comedy and glorious melodies.

Enjoy top Canadian artists in exciting performances of the world's finest music theatre from the comfort of your reserved seat at St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts... entertainment for all right in the heart of Toronto's theatre district.

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Don't Miss Our Upcoming Shows...

  • Single Tickets are on sale NOW!!!

  • For Subscription Tickets, please call the Box Office (416-366-7723 | 1-800-708-6754 (Mon – Fri 1 pm – 6 pm)

The Pirates of Penzance

by W. S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan

Oct 20, 21 and 22, 2023

TOT Cabaret Series

Vienna Mine, Ira and George Gershwin Magic & Viva La Zarzuela

Nov 18, 2023, Feb 3, 2024 & Mar 23, 2024

The Merry Widow

by Franz Lehár

Dec 29, 30, 31, 2023 & Jan 2, 2024

El huésped del sevillano (The guest at the Inn)

by Jacinto Guerrero

*Early Bird discount (25% 0ff) for May 3rd & 4th - Limited Time offer until February 29th, 2024.

May 3*, 4* and 5, 2024

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WITH US

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SPACE

Looking for affordable and flexible rental space for your Rehersals? Learn more about how to rent our space!

READ OUR REVIEWS

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Dan Massé
1943 - 2021

In Memoriam

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dan Massé, Toronto Operetta Theatre’s long-standing and admired President of the Board.

 

Dan’s good humour, love of music and unfailing generosity of spirit will be long remembered by the board and the many patrons whom he made feel right at home at our performances. From his boyhood home in Hornepayne, Ontario, he travelled the world as an educator and was for many years associated with the Toronto District School Board. He was acknowledged for his expertise in serving students with special needs and retired from his position as Special Education Consultant in 2004.

 

Toronto Operetta Theatre wishes to extend sincere condolences to his family and close friends.  We are planning a musical tribute in his memory and will make an announcement at the appropriate time.

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