AL Connors’ new show premiered at the Ottawa Fringe Festival last weekend. DJ Detective is playing until Sunday June 18, 2017.
Brenda Dunn: “There’s a lot of happy head bobbing and not all of it due to the beats.”
Jessica Ruano: “This is a very odd show, and I can imagine it being divisive among audiences.”
Julia Bueneman: “Lovely dive into Hungarian culture, it featured Hungarian music, some of the language, dance and song.”
Jared Davidson: “It may be conjecture, but I’d wager that a Venn diagram of improv and D&D fans would be pretty much just a circle.”
Kate Smith & Will Somers are performing HOOTENANNY! at the Ottawa Fringe Festival until Saturday June 17, 2017.
Martin Dockery is performing Delirium at the Ottawa Fringe Festival from June 14–18, 2017.
Mer Weinhold: “When a play in one of the largest Fringe venues sells out on opening night, a review seems superfluous, as the hype will likely keep people attending regardless. Still, it’s nice to know what you might be getting into…”
David Currie: “The Dream Factory is wonderful to behold.”
David Currie: “The opening was a delight to watch, the run is sure to sell out several times before the end of the festival, so get your tickets early.”
Brian Carroll: “It’s listed in the Fringe program as a workshop presentation. Why would they do that? Because the Fringe is a place to experiment.”
To help you make your choices, Apt613 has assembled a crackerjack team of reviewers.
Amanda Dookie: “This was the best solo performance I’ve ever seen at the Ottawa Fringe Festival, in the several years that I have been reviewing plays.”
Amanda Dookie: “While the buildup to the mystery was a bit lengthy, there’s a subtly to the both the acting and the writing…”
David Currie: “Two humourless people make about fifteen puns at one another in the first ten minutes and then say sad things in exactly the same tone for the rest.”