The Engineered Air Theatre is built near the site of the Empress Theatre, which stood on the same city block in 1911. Originally a vaudeville house, interior fittings from the Empress were saved before the site was torn down to make way for the construction of the new EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts. The fittings were later incorporated into the Engineered Air Theatre.
Completed in 1994 and named by its corporate sponsor Engineered Air, the Theatre is perfect for musical performances, lectures, play readings, banquets, seminars, receptions and more. Because the main floor seating is flexible, it can be set up in a number of different ways, from lecture seating to cabaret style. A balcony and high level finish with the interior fittings reclaimed from the old Empress Theatre complete this modern venue.
Ideal for: Presentations; Performances; Screenings