Local theatre company Spicy Day returns to the stage with their 2019 Ottawa Fringe Festival hit production, A Period Piece, presented as part of the TACTICS Mainstage series, a local theatre series that provides support for independent theatre artists.
W(We), God, that’s funny, Unmatched, GOREgeous and Be/Loved are playing at Arts Court Theatre (2 Daly Ave) from Oct. 21-23, 2021.
Logan and Juliana are playing at Arts Court Theatre (2 Daly Ave) from Oct. 14-16, 2021.
Apt613 is pleased to announce the return of this year’s Fresh Meat Festival! Featuring 12 performances by local artists and theatre makers, the fest runs during the second half of October.
After 20 long months, the Great Canadian Theatre Company announces their five-show 2021–22 season, along with a slate of additional programming.
Secret City Adventures co-produces with Pirate Life to present Escape the Ghost Ship, an adventurous and engaging escape game taking place on a pirate ship. You can head on down to Pirate Life dock for immersive puzzles and theatre on Island Rogue, a 50-foot passenger ship.
Our favourite Fools are back! After receiving praise for its 2020 tour, A Company of Fools’ show Love from Afar has been reimagined for a wider outdoor audience.
Matt and Ben imagines that the script for the 1997 movie Good Will Hunting magically drops out of the apartment ceiling onto the floor of roommates Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. Gwyneth Paltrow and JD Salinger make guest appearances.
July’s Awesome Ottawa award goes to Fadhili Samba. Samba is the creator of the Princess Party Project, which aims to make royal visits more accessible for kids. Samba says, “Children should be able to celebrate their magical day regardless of their parents’ or guardians’ financial situations,” according to a press release. “I created this project so […]
Tara Paterson’s mentorship with another director helped set her on the path toward her own directorial debut with Antigone, Presented by the Girls of St. Catherine’s. The play will be shown as part of this year’s Toronto Fringe festival lineup.
A lot of us are still tense about what might come next, and the Great Canadian Theatre Company acknowledges these uncertainties in 30-minute video episodes of the reflective series Negotiations with Existence.
Colin Noden: “SadClown is not a self-indulgent depressive. She’s trying. She’s hopeful that the next thing that comes her way will be life-transforming. Diving right in and giving it her all can get pretty messy. But she’s willing to give it a go.”
Colin Noden: “I’m preparing for my editor’s wrath and red pen. But it was worth leaving with a fond remembrance. I’m thinking of eating a triple pepper pizza just to induce some Triptych dreams tonight.
Brian Carroll: “A rich tapestry of poetry, dance and rhythms worth seeing twice.”
Barb Popel: “This is a remarkable play… A must-see at this year’s Fringe.”