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Upcoming Events

List of upcoming events at the UW Theatre Centre
~ prices listed include all applicable charges ~

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Terpsichore Dance Celebration

Saturday, May 2 9am ~ 10pm
Sunday, May 3 9am ~ 6pm

No Tickets, free admission.  Company sells programmes that list dances.

Humanities Theatre (General Admission)

Carousel Spring Performance 2014 (Carousel Dance Centre)

Friday, May 9 6:30pm
Saturday, May 10


Sunday, May 11 12:30pm


Adults $19.80
Child/Studen/Senior $13.75

Humanities Theatre (Reserved Seating)

The Carousel Dance Centre presents its 40th anniversary performance:Rubies, The Little Mermaid, and In the News. Carousel is a children's dance school located in Waterloo which provides quality dance instruction in ballet, jazz, modern and creative dance & composition. The annual Spring Performance showcases the students who range in age from 5 to 18 years.

Gregg LeRock Concert

Wednesday, May 14 12:30pm
Thursday, May 15 10:15am

Concert booking form for information and tickets or email

Humanities Theatre (School Seating)

VIVA LAS VEGAS! (Innovative Dance)

Wednesday, May 21 7:00pm
Thursday, May 22



All Seats $20.00

Restricted Sales start on May 1st; Open Sales on May 7th

Humanities Theatre (Reserved Seating)

Alice in Wonderland (Classical Dance Conservatory)

Saturday, May 24 6:00pm


All Seats $22.00

On Sale May 5th

Humanities Theatre (Reserved Seating)

Wacky, WILD & Wonderful! (Centre Stage Dance)

Saturday, May 31 1:00pm



All Seats $20.90

On Sale May 7th

Humanities Theatre (Reserved Seating)

Sound in the Land - Orchestra Korean (Conrad Grebel University College)

Friday, June 6 8:00pm


Orchestra Seating $15.00
Balcony Seating $10.00

Humanities Theatre (General Admission - by level)

This concert features Korean media artist, Cecilia Kim and her multimedia piece, Earth Song, incorporating live traditional Korean music and dance plus projections. As well, Waterloo Chamber Players Orchestra, conducted by Ben Bolt-Martin, will premiere a festival commission by American composer Larry Warkentin, as well a one-movement violin concerto by American composer Janet Peachey, Kalahari Calls by Carol Ann Weaver (UW prof), and Windby Caroline Bordignon (UW music student).

For more information about these events

or to buy tickets please contact the Box Office: 519-888-4908