At 651 Yonge St., just south of Bloor St., the CAA Theatre is in the heart of downtown Toronto, within walking distance of the boutiques and galleries of Yorkville, the fashionable shopping of Bloor West and Church Street, the Royal Ontario Museum and the campus of University of Toronto.
Check www.mirvish.com for a complete season line-up for the CAA Theatre formerly The Panasonic and the other Mirvish Theatres.
June 13 to July 22, 2018
Returning to Toronto for the fourth time, Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience-A Parody by Dan and Jeff takes on the ultimate challenge of condensing all seven Harry Potter books (and a real life game of Quidditch) into seventy hilarious minutes.
A Critics’ Pick by the DA Critics’ Pick by the Daily Herald, New York Times, New York Magazine, Time Out London, Washington post, and Boston Globe, the show won the prestigious 2012 Olivier Award nomination for Best Entertainment & Family Show, playing to sold-out houses worldwide.
This fantastically funny show features all your favourite characters, a special appearance from a fire-breathing dragon, endless costumes, brilliant songs, ridiculous props, and a generous helping of Hogwarts magic!
Dec. 11 to Jan. 6, 2019
The 7 Fingers (Traces and Cuisine & Confessions) returns to Toronto with a brand new show!
Through a unique, riveting mix of theatre, circus, dance, music, and acrobatics, Reversible is dedicated to a generation who forged the world that we live in today and whose stories might hold the key to a better tomorrow. Be prepared for moments of pure grace, yielding to rushes of adrenalin, as a cast of multi-talented performers travel through time and space. It will give you goose bumps!
Feb. 9 to Mar. 3, 2019
2017 TONY AWARD-WINNING BEST PLAY
In 1993, in front of the world’s press, the leaders of Israel and Palestine shook hands on the lawn of the White House. Few watching would have guessed that the negotiations leading up to this iconic moment started secretly in a castle in the middle of a forest outside Oslo.
Inspired by the true story of the back-channel talks, unlikely friendships and quiet heroics that led to the Oslo Peace Accords, Oslo is a deeply personal story set against a complex historical canvas, a story about the individuals behind world history and their all too human ambitions. at this cultural moment when finding common ground is paramount, “Oslo gives us hope” (Daily News).