You’re invited to the road leading up to an African Wedding.
This year TRACES (The Real African Cultural Exhibition), dubbed Keza Kunda meaning beautiful love in Kinyarwanda is the story of a Prince who is summoned home after the death of his father. In order to be crowned king he needs to find a bride and there-in lies an unexpected twist.
TRACES: Keza Kunda will be an education-packed event exhibiting African culture through different forms of art (drama, dance, music, drums, fashion, poetry…). We believe that by utilizing our talents and skills, we portray the richness of our culture in engaging and entertaining ways.
Date: Saturday, November 9th, 2013
Doors open: 6:00pm
Venue: Humanities Theatre, Hagey Hall building, University of Waterloo
$20 [Early Bird and Members]
$40 [Door Price]
** TIcket Sales begin on October 10th**
** Early Bird tickets are available up until 5pm on October 18th**
TIckets can be purchased through any of the following means:
1) At the Humanities Theater box office in Hagey Hall. (Members need to show membership card and watcard)
2) Over the phone by calling the Humanities theatre at 519.888.4908 and booking it there
3) From any member of UWASA executive team
4) Via interac to firstname.lastname@example.org with the answer to the security question as “kezakunda” (one word). In the message box state: number of tickets, Name for each ticket and student ID if uWaterloo student.
5) At door
TICKETS INCLUDE ENTRANCE TO THE SHOW, FOOD AND ENTRANCE TO THE AFTERPARTY
For group rates and more information contact: