A show which earned tons of buzz at the Ottawa Fringe Festival is being remounted for two nights.
The juried prize is for the best anglophone and francophone theatre performed in Ottawa.
Brenda Dunn: “This one’s selling out due to much deserved buzz.”
David Currie: “Painfully funny… 70 minutes of uncomfortable delight.”
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.”
Julia Bueneman: “It’s funny, quirky and awkward while simultaneously being informative and comically insightful.”
Ottawa’s largest theatre festival opens tonight. See our picks for opening night.
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.
A hub for independent theatre, The Gladstone has hired its first manager. The venue – which had long been run by volunteers – is entering an exciting period of growth and looking toward its 10th anniversary season.
Jared Davidson: “Exceptional character work… [Burnt is] fascinating, clever, and immersive.”
By Sandy Gibson 50 mins | Comedy, Improv | PG One never knows how an improv show is going to turn out but the artists and improvisers involved in the opening show of Cold Open by Crush Improv have much to be happy about. Drawing inspiration from a humorous monologue about art therapy and finger […]
There’s a not-to-be-missed theatrical treat at The Gladstone! Living Together is the second of a theatrical triple-header called The Norman Conquests. You can read my review of the first play, Table Manners here. I’ve learned since then that Alan Ayckbourn wrote this brilliant trio of plays in a mere 10 days. One patron on opening night […]
Table Manners is the first of a theatrical triple-header at The Gladstone and, I believe, a first for Ottawa. As a result of a flippant remark to a reporter in 1973, Alan Ayckbourn found himself committed to writing a trilogy of plays. The result was his brilliant classic, The Norman Conquests. Ayckbourn’s three plays share […]