Danny GlobermanArts Writer
After many years as a journalist with CBC News, Danny continues to tell stories, particularly if they're about the creative people who make our community a more interesting and entertaining place in which to live.
Some of those measures could be announced as soon as next month. Bluesfest 2018 runs from July 5–15.
From mounties to polar bears, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Nutcracker offers a Canadian twist on a Russian classic
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Nutcracker returns to the National Arts Centre for a Canadian twist on a Russian classic.
There are vintage microscopes and medical devices, the world’s first musical synthesizer (invented by Ottawa physicist Hugh Le Caine), an Iron Man-like diving suit and much more. Spread across 11 exhibition spaces, the subject areas range from Into the Great Outdoors to Wearable Tech. There is the wild array of 700 objects in the Artifact Alley central hallway and the hands-on fun of Zooom, a play space specifically designed for kids 8 and under.
Enter the Dragon: Lauren Yee’s King of the Yees gives audiences something to both laugh and think about
It is unusual for audiences to see a play in which the entire cast is Asian-Canadian. At a time when there is growing criticism over the under-representation of actors of Asian descent in movies, television and theatre, King of the Yees may be doing more than simply entertain.
Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch has chosen Ottawa and NYC as the only cities on its North American tour
Fresh off a run of nine, sold out performances in New York City, Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch takes over the National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall for a trio of evenings starting tonight.