New Yorker Theatre
651 Yonge Street,
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Previous Names: Victoria Theatre, Embassy theatre, Astor Theatre, Tivoli Theatre, Festival Theatre, Showcase Cinema
Opened as the Victoria Theatre in 1919. Over the years it had several name changes, becoming the Astor Theatre on November 10, 1949. The New Yorker Theatre was remodeled in the 1960’s, but most of its interior was lost over time. The theatre has since been closed and all but a portion of its façade demolished.
The façade was incorporated into the new Panasonic Theatre which was built on the site of the New Yorker. The Panasonic Theatre had been renamed CAA Theatre by 2018, presenting live entertainment.
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