Julia Bueneman: “From beginning to end, this show was spectacular. Madeleine Hall has written a beautiful, eloquent and touching story.”
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Amanda Armstrong: “This is the first piece of live(stream) theatre I have seen during the pandemic and I have to say, I was impressed. The performance captures your focus.”
Ottawa’s winter theatre festival is now on the web.
Brian Carroll: “If you missed the 2016 Ottawa Fringe award-winning version of Cardinal, don’t miss this new opportunity. If you did see that version with its recorded music, the live music makes Cardinal worth seeing again.”
The 10th undercurrents lineup has been announced. The contemporary theatre festival runs from February 5–15, 2020.
Fresh Meat 8 is a feast of experimental theatre, comedy and performance art—10.10.19 to 10.19.19 at Arts Court
It’s a feast of short plays, and ideas for plays, and this year the festival is opening over Thanksgiving weekend at Arts Court.
Ahh the first weekend of December! Whether you’re looking to cozy up in front of a show (be it film, theatre or YouTube), or get out there to enjoy some holiday cheer, there’s something for everyone.
The award-winning Fringe play has been reworked with a new set and live soundtrack.
Sylvia is about a love triangle with a couple of interesting twists. Twist 1: the third party in the triangle is a dog. Twist 2: the dog is played by an actress.
Fresh Meat 6 runs until Sunday October 22 at Arts Court Studio (2 Daly Avenue).
Eric Coates: “New work will only thrive as long as we celebrate the impulse to create it.”
Now a mainstay in the Ottawa theatre season, Fresh Meat has presented more than 50 world premieres of short plays. Fresh Meat 6 runs for two weekends from October 12–21 at the Arts Court Studio.
After reviewing every show, Apt613 contributors have selected the best shows, best new works, and best performances seen at the 2017 Ottawa Fringe Festival.
To help you make your choices, Apt613 has assembled a crackerjack team of reviewers.
Our show picks for Day 2 of the Ottawa Fringe Festival. Fringe runs until June 18 at a dozen venues. Tickets cost $12 and artists keep 100% of their ticket sales.