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Royal Alexandra Theatre

The Royal Alexandra Theatre is a national historic landmark – the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America and the continent’s first truly “royal” theatre, granted official letters patent by Edward VII entitling it to the royal designation, along with his permission to name it after his consort, Alexandra. Built in 1907 by Cawthra Mulock (Toronto’s “boy millionaire”), and designed by John M Lyle, it is a masterpiece of beaux-arts architecture that also holds distinction as the city’s first steel-framed structure (allowing cantilevered balconies), one of the first “air-conditioned” buildings in North America, and the first theatre to be deemed legitimately “fireproof”. Its proscenium-stage has seen almost 3400 productions since its opening and has been graced by such legendary performers as John Gielgud, Mary Pickford, the Marx Brothers, Edith Piaf, Paul Robeson… to name just a few.

Technical Info and Agreements:

Royal Alexandra General and Technical Information Packet

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Royal Alexandra Fly Schedule

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IATSE Local 58 Stagehands Collective Agreement

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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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Technical Drawings: (available in pdf, vwx and dwg)

Royal Alexandra Plan 17.01.18 (pdf)

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Royal Alexandra Section 17.01.18 (pdf)

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Royal Alexandra Plan and Section 17.01.18 (vwx)

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Royal Alexandra Plan and Section 17.01.18 (dwg)

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Seating Plans

Royal Alexandra Orchestra (pdf)

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Royal Alexandra Dress Circle (pdf)

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Royal Alexandra Balcony (pdf)

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