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Toronto Centre for the Arts

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Toronto Centre for the Arts

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Toronto Centre for the Arts

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Mikey Bustos Live at the Toronto Centre for the Arts

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The Incredible Dancing Handkerchief at The Toronto Centre For The Arts

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Theo Tams - Bad Romance (Lady Gaga cover) - Toronto Centre for the Arts - June 26, 2010

The Toronto Centre for the Arts, previously known as the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts and the North York Performing Arts Centre, is a performing arts centre in the former city of North York in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It opened in 1993 as the North York Performing Arts Centre designed by Canadian architect Eberhard Zeidler for musicals, theatre productions and other performing arts. At opening, North York awarded management of the centre to Livent who sold the naming rights in 1994 to Ford Motor Company of Canada. It originally housed three theatres: the Main Stage Theatre with 1,727 seats, the George Weston Recital Hall with 1,036 seats, and the multi-purpose, 200-seat Studio Theatre. When Livent declared bankruptcy in 1998, the City of Toronto assumed control of the facility.
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