Watercourse Theatre explores innovative ways to creatively and theatrically share the stories of individuals and groups in our society whose voices are often not heard.

Current Project: Living Below the Line

… is a 4-month project running March – June 2022, for individuals living in poverty to co-create and present a new stage play with music, with professional theatre makers. 

Join us for a free performance of our new, stereotype-busting show, celebrating resilience and hope:

Friday June 17, 3 pm
Wilfrid Laurier University
(Reservations available here)
Performance for students, staff and faculty of
School of Social Work
120 Duke Street West, Kitchener

Saturday June 18, 2 pm
Ideas Exchange Cambridge
(Reservations available here)
Old Post Office
12 Water Street S., Cambridge

Tuesday June 21, 7 pm
Waterloo Public Library
(Reservations available here)
35 Albert Street, Waterloo

Thursday June 23, 2 pm
Outdoor Show! at Hilltop Picnic Shelter
(Reservations available here)
West Entrance, off Westmount Road N. (map here)
Waterloo Park, Waterloo

Saturday June 25, 2:30 pm
Kitchener Public Library
(Reservations available here)
85 Queen Street N., Kitchener

PLEASE NOTE: ALL RESERVATIONS WILL BE HELD ONLY UNTIL 15 MINUTES BEFORE SHOWTIME. PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY!

For more information, please contact:
WaterCourseTheatre@gmail.com

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Thank you to our Donors:

Anonymous
City of Kitchener
Dianne Ensing
Beverly Esposito
Catherine Martin
Alexander McLellan