284 King Street West
This spectacular 2,000-seat, state-of-the-art facility was built for the production of Miss Saigon, with a stage large enough to accommodate the landing of the helicopter in that production. Later, it was home to The Lion King and Hairspray. In 2006, the world premiere of the stage adaptation of the epic The Lord of the Rings opened here. Frank Stella, who painted 929 sq. m (10,000 sq. ft.) of colorful murals, decorated the exterior and interior walls. People in wheelchairs have access to all levels of the theater (not the norm in Toronto).
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