• Arab Spring Aftermath and Refugee Crisis - How Do We Tell This Story? 19.10.2018


    In Conversation with Director Majdi-Bou Matar - AMAL and confronting the Refugee Crisis

    In my freshman year studying music at university, I brought a piano piece I thought I had polished to my studio instructor. After listening to me perform silently, she smiled, sat down on the piano, and proceeded to interpret the music in a way I never realized was possible.

    My conversation with AMAL director Majdi Bou-Matar was reminiscent of that freshman experience.

  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: OAC Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators 2018-19 30.8.2018


    For information on eligibility, application guidelines and application form, please visit the OAC website.

    MT Space is currently accepting applications, through the Ontario Arts Council Recommender Grants Program, to provide funding and dramaturgical support to playwrights and theatre creators from all cultural backgrounds.

  • Two years after landing in Canada: Theatre Artist Ahmad Meree on Syria, Adrenaline, and Why Me? 07.8.2018


    Ahmad Meree has a quiet disposition when he visits the MT Space office. I’ve only ever seen Ahmad with his blue bicycle helmet on, which (oddly) complements his introspective features and gentle nods of the head.

  • Artistic Director Pam Patel to Lead Conversation on Diversity and Change in Kitchener 01.8.2018

    MT Space Artistic Director Pam Patel


    This coming Wednesday, August 8th: Pam Patel, our Artistic Director, will be leading a discussion on diversity and change as part of the Marit Collective’s Talk to Walk workshop series. Here’s Pam in dialogue with CJ and Stephanie from The Marit Collective on how the organization's work is changing Waterloo, Pam's workshop, and our hopes for the future of the arts in the Kitchener-Waterloo region.


  • The Raft Returns to Carthage International Theatre Festival, While Picking Up Critical Acclaim 27.7.2018

    Nada Humsi (centre) performing The Raft at IMPACT 17

    The Raft is an international co-production between MT Space and El Hamra Theatre of Tunisia. It was made possible through support from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Tunisian Ministry of Culture. The play, which tells the story of Arab and African refugees smuggled on a small boat from North Africa towards the Italian shores, was the opening performance of Tunisia's largest theatre festival, Journées Théâtrales de Carthage in November 2016.

  • Vanguardia Dance Interludes at Kultrun 2018 10.7.2018

    MT Space is thrilled to bring back Vanguardia Dance as part of this year’s Kultrun World Music Festival hosted by Neruda Arts. See them this Saturday and Sunday, 4:30 – 8:00 PM at Victoria Park, Kitchener.


    Vanguardia Dance Projects

  • We're Hiring! 23.5.2018

    Update 2: General Manager applications have now closed. Thanks to all those who applied! We are now reviewing submissions and conducting interviews – we look forward to welcoming one of the excellent candidates to the MT Space team.

    Update: The summer Marketing Assistant and Social Media Coordinator positions have now been filled, but we are still in the process of hiring a new General Manager!