As you may have surmised, the production mashes up the dark, romantic tale of the Phantom of the Opera with country music comedic hijinks.
Who said books and punk rock don’t mix? This week on Apt613 Live, we feature music by Canadian and local rock and punk rock bands, in anticipation of their show on February 25 at Black Squirrel Books.
Since 2014, the Diefenbunker has offered local artists the opportunity to conduct a site-specific project through their Artist-in-Residence program.
Stefan Thompson’s sustainable artwork is on display at Wall Space Gallery (358 Richmond Rd) in his new show, New Scratches.
Ottawa Bluesfest organizers have unveiled the summer music festival’s 2017 lineup.
Les célébrations du 150e anniversaire du Canada aura eu pour effet d’unir les forces deux compagnies théâtrales issues des deux langues officielles du pays afin de coproduire une pièce de théâtre visant à rapprocher culturellement les deux univers. Les Passants sera présentée à Ottawa en français avec surtitres en anglais jusqu’au 12 mars au Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC).
Jean-Michel Blais is a marvellously creative pianist whose debut album has been turning heads. His upcoming concert at the National Arts Centre has already sold out.
Art Angle is a new column by Apt613 contributor Jason Myerson. Speaking with Ottawa artists about their craft and the creation of a business, Jason has met artists who knit, chop, chat, paint, write, tattoo, and build fairy houses from forest detritus—truth. Their stories are a curious mix of personality and of the professional.
Steinberg’s work is thoughtful and beautifully captured – characteristics that continue in her work on view in her first solo exhibition
Comedian Jeremy Hotz is in Ottawa and headlining at TD Place this weekend. In this interview, he introduces Shackleton, his therapy dog, and talks about life and anxiety on and off the stage.
Brian Carroll: “The soundscape of Tomorrow’s Child is rich and lush. From the first scenes of the playground and the helicopter, the soundscape is immersive and enveloping… Ray Bradbury would probably have liked this sonic adaptation of his story. “
New restaurant Citizen opened its doors around the corner from established big sister town. last month.
From a beer festival to a Baltic film festival to the biggest cross-country ski event in Canada, this weekend has it all! Don’t forget that Monday is Family Day which means a long weekend for many around the city. Get out there and enjoy!
Interview: Ottawa comic Tim Riel gets a shot at the TD Place audience on closing night of the 2017 Crackup comedy festival
You can catch Tim Riel performing at TD Place for Comedy Night in Canada on closing night of the 2017 Alterna Savings Crackup festival. This Saturday February 18 at 8 pm.
Contest: win two tickets to see Comfortably Numb – Canada’s Pink Floyd Show performing Saturday March 4 at Algonquin Commons Theatre.