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Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People

Dates: 
1966-2003

Also known as the Young People’s Theatre, this company was opened by Susan Douglas Rubes in 1966 with The Looking Glass Review. The company changed its name to the Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People in 2001 after a sizeable donation from Kevin Kimsa was given to honour his mother. In 2011, it was changed back. This theatre primarily produces Canadian works featuring school aged people in the cast. The company is located in Toronto, functioning out of a former stable on Front Street. It is still in operation to this day.

Feautured in this collection are a number of performance files, recordings, programs, reports, designs, photographs, press releases, promotional material, study guides and administration files for Young People's Theatre/Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People".

Extent: 

16.6 m of visual and textual materials. 

Type(s) Of Materials: 
Artwork
Photographs
Posters
Published Material
Unpublished Material and Manuscripts
How To Access: 

XZ1 MS A250 to XZ1 MS A389

This collection is available for viewing on-site in Archival & Special Collections during our regular business hours.