“The show is very interactive, so be prepared to literally dance your way through it.”
“This is certainly a show that will leave an impact on you.”
“The script explores what it’s like to be middle-aged artists who realize they’ll never achieve success. Even if you’re not an artist, it’s a relatable condition.”
“Whether you grew up here, just moved here, or never left, you’ll be surprised at how much of the text you can relate to.”
“Geoff and Margo’s years of experience shines through: they are excellent in their roles and commit fully to their performance, even as beer sploshed out their cans and made them giggle.”
“Kilpatrick peppers her intimately personal stories with humour and pathos that draws the audience into her world and the diverse personalities of her dogs.”
Mer Weinhold: “This is a good play. I liked it. Please attend, I think you’ll learn something interesting about yourself and about other people.”
“Though a very cute and comedic show, the story made a real connection with many audience members, as they become emotionally attached to the characters—expressing sounds of shock, sadness and joy as they follow the boy through his journey.”
The 9th undercurrents festival is taking place at Arts Court from February 6–16.
How to Disappear Completely is playing in the undercurrents festival at Arts Court Theatre until February 17, 2018.
It’s the final weekend of Winterlude, but maybe you’ve already seen the sculptures, skated the canal, and eaten all of the fried dough. Well, not to worry. There’s still plenty to do in Ottawa this weekend.
Little Boxes is playing until Saturday February 17 at Arts Court Theatre.
New Play Tuesday played in the undercurrents festival at Arts Court Studio (2 Daly Avenue) on Tuesday February 13. The festival continues until February 17.
The Shit Show is playing in the undercurrents festival at Arts Court Studio until February 10, 2018.
The Pipeline Project is playing in the undercurrents festival at Arts Court Theatre until February 10, 2018.