Updated September 22, 2020

Announcement: 20-21 Season

In the normal course of things, The Registry Theatre would be announcing a fabulous lineup of artists for the 20-21 season - our 20th anniversary of presenting!

But these are not normal times and, like so many other things, we'll be pausing our presenting activities until we can ensure a safe experience for all our artists, audiences, crew, and volunteers.

At this point we can confidently say there will be no public events until February of 2021, a time frame that may be extended as we assess the situation and monitor advice from public health officials.

In the meantime, we will continue to work with local artists who will use the space in small groups for rehearsals, residencies, film or photo shoots, and meetings. We also anticipate some upgrades to our online capacities that will allow for live streaming - so keep your eyes peeled for some Live (Streamed) @ The Registry events!

We wish everyone the best in these complicated times, and urge you all to stay safe!

Nadia, Lawrence, Zehra, and Sam: The Registry Theatre Team

Updated July 30, 2020

Announcement: The Registry Theatre Reopening for Non-Public Events

Beginning Tuesday August 4, The Registry Theatre will begin accepting rental inquiries for uses that do not include a publicly-attended event, and involve no more than 20 people inside the facility. If you are interested in booking a rehearsal, film/photo shoot, livestream event, studio-style creative development, meetings, or similar uses, please contact us at operations@registrytheatre.com.



Thanks, and Take Care,
Sam
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Where You Can Find Additional Information:

Waterloo Region Public Health

Government of Canada

World Health Organization