In the early 1980s, a large warehouse on Toronto's waterfront was reconstructed and dubbed the Newcourt Centre . A ... More
Fleck Dance Theater
In the early 1980s, a large warehouse on Toronto's waterfront was reconstructed and dubbed the Newcourt Centre . A multitude of stores, studios, restaurants and offices have made a home there and created one of the most popular tourist attractions in Toronto's Harbourfront complex. Adding to the allure, in 1983, a small theatre (capacity 446) opened its doors and soon became a prime locale for modern dance. Crowds enjoy watching regional as well as international talent, classics of modern dance and the avant-garde. Now known as Fleck Dance Theater, its previous name was Premiere Dance Theatre.
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