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Seating Maps

Each of our theatres - the Royal Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, the Ed Mirvish and the CAA (formerly the Panasonic) - has a unique floor-plan and seating arrangement. To help you locate your seats, find the seats that most interest you, or familarise yourself with the layout of the auditorium, you may choose a theatre below to see the seating plan of that venue. All seating plans are also available for download and printing at home as high-quality PDFs or check out our 360° view from a seat feature!

Interior of Princess of Wales Theatre

360° View of the Theatre

All levels of the Princess of Wales are served by elevators and wheelchair seating is available in each. The theatre is equipped with an infrared listening system for the hearing-impaired; headsets are available free-of-charge (with a refundable deposit) at the coat-check counter. For wheelchair or any other special seating needs, please telephone either 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333.

Interior of Royal Alexandra Theatre

360° View of the Theatre


The Royal Alexandra Theatre is a beautiful heritage venue that was built in 1907. It has no elevator or escalator; to reach the Dress Circle and Balcony levels, one must climb stairs.

The Orchestra level is located on the ground-floor. There are no stairs from the theatre's street entrance to the Orchestra seats. There is one accessible washroom on the Orchestra level. There are two additional suites of washrooms for Orchestra patrons, but they are located above the Orchestra level (a climb of 15 steps) or below the Orchestra level, in the Yale Simpson Lounge (20 steps down).
 
From the ground-floor entrance to the Dress Circle level, there are exactly 30 steps to climb. The washrooms on the Dress Circle level are located 8 steps down at the very front of the level. There are 14 steps down from row G to  row A.

From the ground-floor entrance to the Balcony level, there are exactly 69 steps to climb using the front staircase. If you use the rear staircase, there are exactly 67 steps to climb. The washrooms on the Balcony level are located at the front of the level, no steps at all.  There are 26 steps down from row H to row A.  The rake (angle) on the balcony is 60%.

The theatre is equipped with an infrared listening system for the hearing-impaired; headsets are available free-of-charge (with a refundable deposit) at the coat-check counter. For wheelchair or any other special seating needs, please telephone either 416.872.1212 or 1.800.461.3333.

Interior of Ed Mirvish Theatre

360° View of the Theatre

The Ed Mirvish has an elevator from the Victoria St. entrance to the orchestra level only. Wheelchair seating is available in designated areas of the orchestra level. The theatre is equipped with an infrared listening system for the hearing-impaired; headsets are available free-of-charge (with a refundable deposit) at the coat-check counter. For wheelchair or any other special seating needs, please telephone either 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333.

Interior of Panasonic Theatre

360° View of the Theatre

The CAA Theatre (formerly the Panasonic) has an elevator from the Yonge St. entrance to the balcony level. Wheelchair seating is available in designated areas of the orchestra level. For wheelchair or any other special seating needs, please telephone either 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333.