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Kitchener's Premier Live Performing Arts Venue

An acoustical and architectural jewel. A place the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony calls home, and acknowledges that the splendid acoustics of The Centre are an important element to its success. Every year, approximately 150,000 audience members attend a variety of events including everything from dance, opera, symphony, international stars, children's performers, mega-musicals, comedians, to magic and more!

Centre in the Square

Great Stories Told and Retold

Welcome to our celebration of tales told and retold: a season of the greatest stories in the world. The 2003 playbill contains works not only by Aeschylus and Aristophanes but also by later dramatists - including Shakespeare - who have borrowed and reinvented the stories of classical antiquity, among them the great legends of the House of Atreus and the Trojan War.

A short drive from Kitchener-Waterloo.

Stratford Festival

Theatre & Company

The King Street Theatre Centre
Located at 36 King Street West, the KSTC is Theatre & Company's new permanent home. After eleven years performing in shopping malls, the Water Street Theatre and the Market Theatre, the King Street Theatre Centre houses everything under one glorious roof, including a 383-seat flexible performance space.

Theatre & Comapny
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Waterloo Stage Theatre

Host to Great Entertainment
The Waterloo Theatre opened as one of the area’s first sound movie theatres on March 12, 1937. On Valentine's Day 1997, the theatre became the Waterloo Stage Theatre - now a significant part of Uptown Waterloo and the arts community. Whether its a comedy, a musical, or whatever, you're able to come and just have a good time.

Waterloo Stage Theatre
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K-W Little Theatre

The Show Will Go On!
The Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre (KWLT) has been presenting live community theatre in KW since 1935, providing people throughout the KW area with the opportunity to express themselves through theatrical, technical, administrative and production work.

K-W Little Theatre

Theatre on the Edge

Great Improv!
Theatre on the Edge (commonly known as TOTE) has been performing regular shows EVERY WEEK for more than 10 years. The troupe's goal is really a simple one, to perform improv for the community and to teach others how to perform.

Theatre on the Edge

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