The Enwave Theatre is a multi-use venue ideal for music, dance, and theatre presentations. The theatre can be transformed into various seating configurations, from a 350-seat proscenium set-up to a maximum in-the-round capacity of 422 seats. It has two balcony levels and three lobbies.
The Enwave Theatre is most often used for dance, theatre or music performances, and is usually rented by the week, generally six months to a year in advance.
During an essential retrofit of the Enwave Theatre's glass roof and curtain walls, Harbourfront Centre partnered with Enwave to find a cutting-edge solution that would improve the thermal performance of the theatre by preventing leakage and heat loss/gain. As a central part of the retrofit, Enwave funded an arts initiative, commissioning Canadian artist Sarah Hall to create Waterglass, a permanent, large scale solar glass art installation.