The swell of voices in a Broadway musical, the pianissimo notes of the orchestra, laughter, applause, standing ovations, shouts of "Bravo!."
Music, theatre, comedy, community performances or lectures by luminaries - it's easy to find theatre performances here to suit your taste.
101 Queen St N., Kitchener
Every year, approximately 190,000 audience members attend a variety of events including everything from dance, performances by the K-W Symphony, appearances by international stars, children's performers, mega-musicals, comedians, and more.
36 King St. W., Kitchener
Home to the K-W Symphony, the Conrad Centre for the Performing Arts is a community-based venue for performing arts for the region.
14 Oakwood St, RR #2, Cambridge
Located one kilometre west of Roseville, the historic Detweiler Meetinghouse was built in 1855, and is the only surviving stone meetinghouse built by Mennonite pioneers in Ontario. It sponsors three musical events a year.
47 Water St S., Cambridge
In operation since 1933, the Galt Little Theatre Inc. produces an average of four full-length plays a year at the Cambridge Arts Theatre in downtown Cambridge.
9 Princess St. E., Waterloo
Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre is Waterloo region's oldest community theatre. Attend a performance, or get involved in creating great local theatre.
Lost & Found is Waterloo Region's resident professional theatre ensemble, mounting 2-3 stage plays as well as Young Company productions annually.
200 University Ave W., Waterloo
Entertainment is available on campus throughout the year in UW's three attractive theatre facilities: Humanities Theatre, Theatre of the Arts, and Studio 180.
122 Frederick St., Kitchener
An intimate theatre space, the Registry Theatre hosts performances by community organizations in Waterloo Region, offering everything from jazz, theatre and dance, to folk music and baroque music performances.
1386 King St., St. Jacobs
The Church Theatre, St. Jacobs Country Playhouse, Drayton Festival Theatre and the Schoolhouse Theatre feature professional theatre performances, including musicals and British comedy.
25 Regina St S., Waterloo
The Waterloo Community Arts Centre is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run, charitable organization that promotes art programs in the community, including: performances, classes, workshops, special events and art exhibitions.