The play is based on true story of the murders for insurance conducted by George Joseph Smith in the early 20th century.
The Ghomeshi Effect interweaves verbatim text pulled from interviews conducted with residents of Ottawa and beyond.
A show which earned tons of buzz at the Ottawa Fringe Festival is being remounted for two nights.
Apt613 has come up with a list of exciting shows to keep you busy this fall.
Canadian playwright Kate Hennig kicks off the Great Canadian Theatre Company season with The Virgin Trial, the second installment of a modern take on the Tudor family.
The juried prize is for the best anglophone and francophone theatre performed in Ottawa.
Every work is a world premiere; selected by a blind jury for its “artistic intrigue” and originality.
Brian Carroll: “Be warned. You too may be charmed by these two dotty old dykes who steal audience hearts. Plenty of audience members fell in love with them on opening night.”
This weekend is promising a mixed bag of weather, but it also holds a wide variety of activities in and around the city. Movies and music and beer are readily available this weekend, but you don’t have to look very hard for other cool things to tickle your fancy as we all try to jam as much awesomeness as we can into our remaining summer days (and nights).
Lysistrata and The Temple of Gaia is playing at Strathcona Park until August 26, 2018.
The best thing about summer weekends in this city? There is so much happening, that there is always something to do! The weather is hot, it’s a perfect time to get outside, and this weekend is burgeoning at the seams with all kinds of great goings on. Take a look for yourselves. All Weekend The […]
Raising Stanley / Life With Tulia is the Great Canadian Theatre Company until August 5. The show describes the journey from puppy to working guide dog for the blind using storytelling, painting and video.
Jared Davidson: “It’s exactly what you’d expect it would be, yet it always surprises you.”
Jennifer Cavanagh: “This is an entertaining and thoughtful piece that any woman, and hopefully man, can relate to.”
The 22nd Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 13–24, 2018.