The NAC’s Fourth Stage has reopened and with it comes the introduction of Fridays at the Fourth, a new series designed to get local artists on stage and in front of a crowd.
Terry Steeves: “I enjoyed Fontayne’s haunting electric guitar tones, the wonderful ring of Nash’s acoustic, and of course, a perfect combination of vocal timbres joined in harmony.”
Head to the NAC Fourth Stage every Friday for upbeat shows and casual vibes.
Helen Lam: “On fight nights, an ecosystem grows around the action in the Thai boxing ring. The hall is a controlled chaos governed by the ebbs and flows of events on the roped platform.”
Tomorrow: watch this space for Part 3 of our Senators season preview.
La pièce de Michel Tremblay Encore une fois si vous permettez, maintes fois acclamées, sera de passage au Centre des arts Shenkman les 4 et 5 octobre prochains. Voilà une occasion privilégiée de rencontrer Nana, personnage interprété avec brio par Guylaine Tremblay dont le rôle a été créé il y a 18 ans par Rita Lafontaine.
Tomorrow: watch this space for Part 2 of our Senators season preview.
David McGee started the Lost Ottawa Facebook site to find out if people in Ottawa are interested in their own history. The answer, it turns out, is very much yes.
Julian de Guzman is a legend in Canadian soccer. The first Canadian to ever play in Spain’s La Liga, and only the third to ever play in Germany’s Bundesliga, he is also the most capped player ever for the Canadian Men’s National Team.
Colin Noden: “It was emotional. And thought provoking… That is the artists’ job. And that is why you must go see this dance performance.”