Apartment613 takes to the tunnels to interview folks riding Ottawa’s new LRT line.
The festival was founded from a desire to see more women and non-binary artists on local stages.
Comics Jess Salomon and Eman El-Husseini will be at Yuk Yuk’s for an hour long show before heading to Montreal to tape it for Just for Laughs.
Livia Belcea: “It’s a well-crafted sci-fi comedy that packs clever jokes, adventure, drama, sex, politics and social commentary all into one fun show.”
David Currie: “Clara Madrenas is a charming performer, an able singer, and a thought-provoking writer who I’m sure will be a Fringe tour staple for years to come.”
David Currie: “I have no idea why she decided to market this the way she did. It’s not really a Star Trek show. It’s not stand-up. But you know what? She can do whatever the hell she wants because her show is amazing and I admire her for it.”
Brian Carroll: “There’s truth in advertising. It’s an action packed, cops and robbers adventure that had the audience roaring with laughter.”
Brian Carroll: “Pomerant has played class clown to a limited audience until now. But stand-up comedy is the big league. He needs better material, something more for the audience to sink its teeth into.”
Mer Weinhold: “Since opening night very nearly sold out, interested festival-goers would be wise to see Bat Brains sooner rather than later.”
A sense of humour is an essential part of being a parent.
Jared Davidson: “A quick-witted, absurd and cerebral comedy about the end of the world and the greed that caused it. Or, if not greed, caffeine addiction.”
Samara Caplan & Laura Gauthier: “Even if you’ve never been to camp, go to this one!”
Colin Noden: “Everyone left with a smile on their face.”
Mer Weinhold: “This is a twisted, funny, unpredictable play.”
Courtney Merchand: “It’s the all-female Ghost Busters spoof you didn’t realize you needed in your life, but trust me, you need this in your life.”