Caplan and Gauthier: “To get an even better taste, be sure to grab a seat in those first few rows. You never know, you may be called on to reach into the beyond, or if you’re not too careful, marked with a curse!”
Barbara Popel: “First things first – this play should be labelled as “Mature”, not “14+”. There’s a lot of profanity, mostly of a sexual nature, and lewd behaviour involving objects that are longer than they are wide.”
Gauthier and Caplan: “Judging by the packed room and constant laughter, this is bound to be a Fringe favourite.”
Amanda Dookie: “Despite the burdening and encumbering aspects of osteoarthritis explained by Catherine, the name of the play is ABLE for a reason. Catherine admits that while she could let the disease bring her down, she doesn’t let it stop her.”
Esmée Colbourne: “The Youth Infringement Festival put on a witty piece of theatre that is good for all ages! If you are looking for an easy laugh, or love card games, Snap! is the show for you.”
Colin Noden: “It is a performance canvas, accompanied by a video projection of his Facebook account. It allows his subjects to add the colour and shape the story. And there is definitely colour in these subjects.”
Burnt was a great first-night experience and warm-up. Consider adding it to your list as it provides a light-hearted experience and would be an entertaining addition to any Fringe schedule. Fun and fast-paced, it will keep you amused and guessing up to the final reveal.
Jessica Bueneman: “A great juxtaposition of solitude and togetherness, this piece choreographed by Alya Graham is separated in two parts: the solo and the duet.”
Combining ballet with Argentine tango, PointeTango is bound to impress you with their elite dancing skills. Coming to Ottawa Fringe 2022.
After three years of anticipation, Ottawa’s Digital Arts Resource Centre (DARC) is unveiling the DARC SOUNDSTAGE: Ottawa’s newest affordable professional recording studio!
Jazzfest is finally back in full force, live and in-person! The festival will take place at Confederation Park, the National Arts Centre, and Marion Dewar Plaza in front of Ottawa City Hall.
In this Cart Before the Horse Theatre production, musician Martin Dawagne (aka Yarns) and actor Magan Carty join forces to present a musical storytelling experience in this unique performance of YARNS.
Exciting theatre news! Ottawa’s favourite indie theatre festival is returning live and in person this spring. Undercurrents: theatre below the mainstream will run from April 20–30 at Arts Court.
The spring edition of Pique took over the Ottawa Art Gallery on Saturday, March 19th, and impressed guests with experimental art productions by Ottawa, Montreal, and Canadian artists, a film screening, and countless fun experiences.
While it faced challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Paint it Up! mural program found a way to keep moving forward and continues to provide Ottawa’s youth with opportunities for personal growth and the chance to engage with the local art community.