The Toronto Centre for the Arts opened in 1993 and became the Meridian Arts Centre in September of 2019. It houses four theatres. Along with annual series by several Toronto orchestras, the Centre has presented countless individual performers and Broadway musicals and is home to the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company. The George Weston Recital Hall is the largest theatre in the complex, with capacity for 1036. The audience is seated on two levels: the Orchestra and the Dress Circle, which wraps around the stage. Wheelchair seating is available on both levels.
- The left and right parterre sections consist of two raised rows down each far side of the orchestra. Wheelchair seating is available at the front of both sections.
- The dress circle consists of eight rows in the centre back of the theatre and two rows down each side.
- The loge (choir loft) offers a side view of the stage from two rows on each side, and a back view from three rows at the back of the stage.
- Row E in the centre dress circle can accommodate four people in wheelchairs.