Children’s Theatre Companies in Toronto

Children’s Theatre Companies in Toronto: Munsch Mash @ Solar Stage

Rainy days and winter weekends are a great time to introduce your mini-thespian to the theatre. Here are three companies putting on good children’s theatre in the city.

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

The Sony Centre isn’t just for kids, but each season it hosts a number of big-name productions with little ones in mind – like Sesame Street and Pixar in Concert.

1 Front Street East, Toronto 

Children’s Theatre Companies in Toronto: James and the Giant Peach @ Young Peoples Theatre

Young People’s Theatre

For 50 years, this downtown theatre has been producing professional performances written particularly for young people. There’s a drama school attached, too!

165 Front Street East, Toronto

Solar Stage

Solar Stage offers year-round performances produced with a young audience in mind. Solar Stage also offers theatre classes for young people starting at age 3, and host theatre birthday parties too.

4950 Yonge Street, Box 115, The Madison Centre, Toronto

Image credits: Munsch Mash at Solar Theatre, James and the Giant Peach at Young Peoples Theatre

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