The Robert Gill Theatre features a modified proscenium-end stage equipped with audio and lighting systems for theatre production as well as a two-hundred-thirty square foot projection screen. The intimate, gently raked auditorium contains 172 upholstered seats in eleven rows.
An entire-capacity audience is comfortably accommodated under the curved marquee canopy of the spacious lobby and this large room is ideally suited for receptions, book launches, or private, post-show gatherings. Additional amenities include an attached kitchenette and front-of-house services as well as limited box-office support.
The Robert Gill Theatre is conveniently located in the award-winning, restored central public library, an original Carnegie endowment, at the north-west corner of St. George and College Streets, Toronto. Operated by the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, the theatre is wheelchair accessible and serviced by elevator from the St. George Street entrance of the Koffler Student Services Building.
Robert Gill Theatre Contact: Technical Director, Dr. Paul J. Stoesser 416 978 7995
214 College Street
Toronto, ON M5T 2Z9
– use St. George St. entrance only – 3rd floor
College car stops at College and St. George
Queen’s Park subway station and walk west three blocks
Spadina bus south to College St and walk east two blocks
Parking: (payment by coin or credit card)
underground enter on east side of Huron St. just north of College – for entrance to theatre use East exit of parking to elevators on main campus rear of Convocation Hall enter on Galbraith Road