6 days. 60 powerful performances. Downtown Kitchener. Theatre is here.
Early Bird Passes now on sale until July 31!
IMPACT 19 Tickets
IMPACT 19 FESTIVAL PASS
$119 EARLY BIRD ($190 AFTER JULY 31)
INCLUDES ALL TICKETED EVENTS (EXCEPT NERUDA PARTY)
IMPACT 19 CONFERENCE PASS
$175 EARLY BIRD ($250 AFTER JULY 31)
INCLUDES 3-DAY CONFERENCE & FESTIVAL PASS
INDIVIDUAL IMPACT 19 TICKETS
$20 REGULAR ($25 DOOR)
$10 STUDENTS & SENIORS ($15 DOOR)
About IMPACT 2019
IMPACT Theatre Festival is one of Waterloo Region’s signature events. IMPACT 19 is the sixth biennial international theatre festival presented by MT Space in Waterloo Region, and marks the 10-year anniversary of IMPACT. World-class local, national, and international performers gather in downtown Kitchener for theatre that moves and speaks in new ways. Are you ready for IMPACT 2019?
September 24 – 29, 2019
Various venues centred around Downtown Kitchener
The lineup features theatre that is socially and politically relevant, addressing topics of migration, colonization, and family while holding up a mirror to our own instinctual human nature. This year’s festival presents raw and unflinching personal narratives, and for the first time, will offer a street festival component in partnership with sister organization Neruda Arts.
Productions from Tunisia, Mexico, Ecuador, and Iran, as well as theatre and dance from Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, Barrie, Six Nations of the Grand River, and locally born and bred work will be featured at IMPACT 19.
The festival will bring 100 artists, 100 industry professionals, 100 volunteers, and several thousand theatre–goers from across Canada to downtown Kitchener in an environment of collaboration and cultural exchange.
For details of our lineup this year, please click on the brochure cover for the PDF of our full launch brochure!
IMPACT 19 Shows
“It’s a celebration of theatre action where language is no barrier, and old-school speechifying takes a back seat to contemporary theatre full of physicality, music, video projection, light and dance.” – Timothy Grier, Waterloo Chronicle
Please click on the cover page of one of the past festivals to access a PDF of the full programme.