BFFs: “Based on the book by Michael Ende, fans of the original story or the 1984 film adaption will not be disappointed.”
BFFs: “Filled with drills, stretches and chats about politics, periods, competition, pettiness, jealousy and family struggles, the team often borders between innocence and naivety, and hardcore passion and depth.”
Ryan Pepper: “One question this show raises is: why does it have to be performed by two people? And more importantly, why couldn’t it just have been an Inuit show? The answer to that actually lies in the show.”
Broadway Across Canada Ottawa season tickets are now available. Last year’s subscription pass holders have until February 27, 2020 to renew subscriptions with guaranteed seats.
This epic play is not performed very often but is regarded as one of the great plays of the last thirty years.
Barb Popel: “Witty word play. That’s what I expected from accomplished playwright and actor Pierre Brault, and that’s what I got in his second play about Will Somers.”
Highlighting diverse companies and northern artists, Unikkaaqtuat is an impressive, unprecedented and fully captivating collaboration that deserves the widest of audiences.
Unikkaaqtuat runs at the National Arts Centre’s from January 9–12 before embarking on a Canadian tour.
The tour will go to 40 neighbourhoods from June 29th to August 15th.
Waitress has been blowing audiences away since it hit Broadway in 2016.
Join a Company of Fools for a special singalong screening of The Wizard of Oz—12.29.19 at Mayfair Theatre
Gather up your friends and family and get your ticket soon—it’s a popular event and this movie was highly requested for this year’s screening.
“We were unsure as to how a tale like this could be told with only one performer, and all our expectations were exceeded.”
The 10th undercurrents lineup has been announced. The contemporary theatre festival runs from February 5–15, 2020.
Colin Noden: As the last scene faded to black, I heard a man behind me say “Are they going to leave us with that?”
Theatre Review: [Title of Show] by Carleton Musical Theatre Society—until 11.30.19 at Live! on Elgin
The show is about writing, rehearsing and performing a musical in order to get it submitted to a prestigious theatre festival, and it’s based on real-life experience.