• Blowing Zen 18.2.2005

    Join the MT Space for an intimate evening of traditional and contemporary Japanese bamboo flute music (shakuhachi) that will transcend the listener beyond the mortal plain and surmount the pressures of every day life. Come and celebrate music from the other side of the world with master flutist Bonchiku Hoshi and meditate on the profound dichotomy of yin and yang while allowing this emotional piece to transport you to an otherworldly place.

  • Asian Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fundraiser 21.1.2005

    On Friday, January 21, 2005, The MT Space hosted a variety show to raise money for the Red Cross Asia Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund.

    Emcee Jasminka Klacar began the evening with a moment of silence to honour those affected by the tragedy, then each act began with a short presentation on one of the areas affected: India by Sunanda Sachdev, of the K-W YMCA's Immigrant Settlement Program and one of the organizers of the evening; and Sri Lanka by Bala Thambypillai.

  • New Project receives Ontario Arts Council Grant 10.11.2004

    Kitchener , Ontario - On November 10th, 2004, the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) announced the recipients of their Theatre Projects Development Phase II grants. The OAC jury received 90 applications and chose only 32 programs to receive funding. We are pleased to announce that The MT Space was among the winning projects!

  • The MT Space at Festival du Monde Arabe de Montréal 7.11.2004

    The MT Space is pleased to announce our first performance of Nijinsky, through a window at the international Festival du Monde Arabe de Montréal (Montreal Arab World Festival). This Annual festival showcases sixty events with works in the Performing Arts, Culture Fair and Film Festival. The theme for this year's festival is exploring the relationship between violence & art. Artists are arriving from as far as Palestine, Yemen, France, Iran and Morocco to participate.

  • Inaugural Workshop Production 27.8.2004

    This performance is a glimpse of Nijinsky's life through a window. The window is a screen through which the people involved in this performance - artists and audience alike - view Nijinsky's life according to their own perspective and history. As a theatre company, we believe that there are no prescribed interpretations. We encourage you to view both our Nijinsky in performance and in history - through your own window and find the meaning that relates to you.