YPT anchors the corner of Front and Frederick streets in downtown Toronto with two buildings united in vision, creating Canada’s largest state-of-the-art theatre complex for young people. Both buildings have spaces available for rent.

Rental Inquiries

Click on the spaces below to check availability.

165 Front Street East

165 exterior

Located in a beautifully restored heritage building in the heart of downtown Toronto, YPT has two primary production spaces: the Ada Slaight Stage (433 seats) and the Studio Theatre (115 seats). In addition to our stages, the historic features of the theatre – including unique stairwells, corners and quiet nooks – make it the perfect theatrical playground for experiential, site-specific productions. Click on the buttons below for more information.

161 Frederick Street

YPT 161 Studios - exterior

Our brand new education centre, YPT 161 Studios – just across the street from the theatre – features a Mainstage-size TD Rehearsal Hall, three studio spaces available for rent, and more. Click on the button below for more information.

The Shops

To inquire about having all or some of your show built by YPT’s Production Staff, please contact Zach Bruman, Director of Production & Planning at

Working with YPT

If you have a digital production you want to produce at YPT, please email Zach here.

Please Note:

Thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation, and their Resilient Communities Fund, YPT now uses state of the art air filtration equipment throughout our theatres, lobbies, studios and office spaces. New studies have shown that COVID-19 can be spread by a building’s air ventilation system. Therefore, YPT is pleased to assure its patrons that our HVAC systems have been fully upgraded to help prevent this possibility. Air filtration occurring immediately in the spaces where people are congregating helps to ensure YPT’s spaces are safer and everyone can breathe a little easier. 

YPT’s equipment includes three stages of air filtration technology: HEPA filters that capture particles in the air both large and microscopic (such as allergens or mold), carbon filters to help trap or eliminate chemical compounds (such as paint fumes, smoke and other pollutants), as well as a UV-C lamp that kills or inactivates airborne bacteria and viruses (like COVID-19).

This facility is supported through Toronto Arts Council Strategic Funding.