In the heart of Montreal, on St-Laurent Street, is the Monument-National, Quebec's oldest theater.  It's now divided in five halls; Salon Rouge (100 seats), La Balustrade (55 seats), the Café (180 seats), the Studio Hydro-Québec (150 sièges) and the biggest one is Salle Ludger-Duvernay with 804 seats.

Now the place for the National Theater School of Canada, Monument-National is the place of choice for montrealers for more than 100 years.  Designate "cultural property" in 1976, the theater underwent major renovations and restaurations from 1991 to 1993.  It re-opened it's doors 100 years, to the day, after it's original opening!

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