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Young People's Theatre

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165 Front St E, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3Z4, Canada
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May 9, 2018
Such a fantastic theatre! If you are considering taking your child to one of their shows, absolutely book those tickets. I attended a show for infants with my 12-month-old and it could not have been better. The performance space was so welcoming and clean and set up appropriately for the age group. The performers we top notch and very friendly before and after the show. We will definitely be back! I recommend going to any show you can at this theatre.

Dec 29, 2017
Went to YPT for the first time and took daughters (2 & 5 years old) to see Beauty & The Beast. I have seen the touring broadway show twice. The YPT actors' singing/performances were great and engaging for both adults and children. Would go again in the future.

Jan 8, 2018
Brings back so many memories of my childhood !! Just loved going to this theatre with my classmates to check out a performance !! So happy that they continue to do this !! Great work !!

Mar 21, 2017
Historical building use to be a stable, there's historical information on the evolution of the TTC which I found cool. It's a great atmosphere to register kids for camp. I've seen a lot of happy campers and the staff are friendly. The plays are entertaining a great place to expose children to theatre.

Jun 5, 2017
My son was excited to try out acting/drama; so based on the reviews i enrolled him in classes on the weekends. Our experience was far from even being exceptional. At first you think its great; but the teachers come off judgemental and even talk about the childrens parents during teaching time. My son was sick a few times; well because life happens. Due to that they were far from understanding; and even continue to say they notified me when he was absent. I not once recieved any notification; either email or phone call. Kids get sick and its sad that a place who teaches kids does not understand that. I would not recommend this place to anyone unless your from somewhat of a higher tax bracket of money. I am very upset and in the end will lose out on my son having fun. Do not go to this place if your an average income person they make you feel less. They are also liars and far from understanding.

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