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"A Working-Class Production"

In existence since 1970, this "factory" makes drama and not widgets. One of nine venues for the annual Fringe of Toronto festival, this space produces grassroots theater at its best and features such Canadian icons as George F Walker and Ken Gass. Situated in a converted church, the theater consists of two performance halls. The 200-seat main space resembles a sanctuary while the 100-seat Studio Café has the audience sitting at small tables close to the stage.
125 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5V 2R2
"A Working-Class Production"
In existence since 1970, this "factory" makes drama and not widgets. One of nine venues for the annual Fringe of Toronto festival, this space produces grassroots theater at its best and features such Canadian icons as George F Walker and Ken Gass. Situated in a converted church, the theater consists of two performance halls. The 200-seat main space resembles a sanctuary while the 100-seat Studio Café has the audience sitting at small tables close to the stage.
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