Ottawa Fringe Festival
The solstice is upon us! Summer has officially arrived in this beautiful city and festival season is just in time to celebrate the change of seasons.
Jennifer Cavanagh: “This is an entertaining and thoughtful piece that any woman, and hopefully man, can relate to.”
The 22nd Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 13–24, 2018.
Kate Carmanico: “The concept for this piece is an intriguing one and shows a lot of potential.”
Kenneth Ingram: “The monologue feels more like an invigorating conversation, akin to a stranger who becomes your unexpected companion on a short flight and whom shines an honest light on life.”
Jennifer Cavanagh: “This show fully delivers an excellent evening that will leave you wiping tears of laughter.”
Brenda Dunn: “This one’s selling out due to much deserved buzz.”
Kate Carmanico: “Interstellar Elder is a Fringe masterpiece.”
Colin Noden: “A kaleidoscope experience of excellent music and story.”
Jennifer Cavanagh: “Must-see theatre at the 2018 Ottawa Fringe.”
Jennifer Cavanagh: “With nothing on the stage and few light cues Rolls fully commands the space with his loud proclamations and exuberant movements.”
Jennifer Cavanagh: “The two-hander performance [by Elliot Delage and Anastasia Wells] cement these two as talents well worth catching.”
Kate Carmanico: “I went in with high hopes for the Melbourne performer, and Josh Glanc absolutely delivered.
Kate Carmanico: “I feel like I’ve seen this show before.”
Helen Lam: “MAL is a clown show for adults. So MAL won’t be to everyone’s taste, but there’s enough energy to carry the audience for the full hour.”