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Princess of Wales Theatre

This modern 2000-seat theatre, built by the father and son producing team of David and Ed Mirvish, opened on May 26, 1993, with the Canadian premiere of Miss Saigon. Designed by architect Peter Smith, with an interior design by the (then up-and-coming) world renowned design firm Yabu Pushelberg, and featuring artwork by the brilliant Frank Stella, it was the first privately built, stand-alone theatre in North America in over 50 years – and the first in Canada since the historic Royal Alexandra Theatre, (located just one block away), opened in 1907. The theatre has since become the premier home of classic and contemporary musical productions.

Technical Info and Agreements

POW General Info and Technical Package

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Princess of Wales Fly Schedule (xls)

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POW Delay & Surround Loudspeaker Systems (pdf)

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POW Delays Block Diagram (pdf)

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POW Surround Block Diagram (pdf)

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IATSE Local 822 Hair, Make Up and Wardrobe Collective Agreement

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TMA Local 149, Toronto Musicians' Association General Theatre Agreement

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IATSE Local 58 Stagehands Collective Agreement 2021 -2026

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Technical Drawings: (some available in pdf and vwx)

Princess of Wales Plan 14.03.11 (pdf)

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Princess of Wales Section 14.03.11 (pdf)

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Princess of Wales Plan and Section 14.03.11 (vwx)

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Princess of Wales Plan and Section 14.03.11(dwg)

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Princess of Wales Pit Plan (pdf)

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POW Dressing Room Map

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Seating Maps

Princess of Wales Theatre Seating (pdf)

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