Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Tarragon Theatre


Housed in a building that was once a cribbage board factory, the Tarragon Theatre has just celebrated its 40th anniversary. One of many smaller theatres in Toronto, the Tarragon is known for its development, creation, and encouragement of new works and the building with 2 large playing stations, rehearsal halls, wood shop and more enables this. It is also famous for the large cookies it sells at intermission!

8 comments:

LĂșcia said...

Beautiful building, everything is so nice when covered in snow!
I do prefer small places, this theater seems a cool place to see a play/show.
Hummm cookies... ;-)

Sharon said...

What a wonderful facility for this theatre company. And, cookies at intermission....even better.

Eyeliquor said...

Cool building!
I like the windows!
Nice one Red Pat!

EG Wow said...

From cribbage boards to theatre! That's fascinating!

Randy said...

That really is a nice building. Bet there's been some good theater there.

Mo said...

Clearly popular

Birdman said...

Wow! a cribbage board factory. That's a strange one. Can ya still smell the sawdust?

VioletSky said...

I used to live near the Tarragon and visited often on Sundays for their pay-what-you-can.
I didn't know it was a cribbage factory.