Barb Popel: “Don’t See This Show may be the fringe-iest performance I see at this year’s Fringe Festival.”
Barb Popel: “It took me a while to figure out…”
Helen Lam: “Randy Ross’s solo show contains a catalogue of sexual misadventure that would rival any Reddit thread.”
The national arts festival will feature more than 1,000 artists at 100 events in June and July.
Ottawa’s largest theatre festival opens tonight. See our picks for opening night.
57 shows are playing nonstop in the Ottawa Fringe Festival, June 8–18. Let Apt613 help you sort the best of fest from the rest of fest.
When Gilles Provost was approached to direct Claude Montminy’s Maestro in French and English, he took a break from writing his memoir and tackled the challenge. Gilles had seen and enjoyed the play before and he understood that directing it in two languages was risky but worth pursuing.
June is here and with it comes double digit temperatures. Slap on your sunscreen and go find a patio because summer is here!
The festival takes place from June 15 to July 23 at numerous venues. Prices vary and a great deal of the programming is free or pay-what-you-can.
David Currie: “Watching Maestro feels less like live theatre and more like live television.”
Après avoir créé une onde de choc lors de sa première présentation à l’Espace Go, quatre années se sont écoulées depuis cette flambée. La pièce se retrouve maintenant au CNA et s’avère cette fois-ci le fruit d’un deuxième souffle. Cette seconde mouture, nous avons la chance de l’accueillir chez nous jusqu’à samedi.
The 21st Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 7–18, 2017 at multiple downtown venues including Arts Court Theatre, La Nouvelle Scène and the University of Ottawa.
What’s in a room? Or, more specifically, what’s in THE room? On May 18, The Cellar Door Project will explore this question with In the Room, a site specific play written about the NAC’s rehearsal hall A. Presented by Ottawa StoryTellers, In the Room marks Cellar Door’s first major show in Ottawa – and their […]
The 21st Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 7–18, 2017 at downtown venues including Arts Court Theatre, La Nouvelle Scène and the University of Ottawa.
In short, The Gladstone is the busiest theatre in Ottawa. Resident companies and guests will produce 12 shows for their 2017–18 season.