FEATURING TOP SHELF DISTILLERY Arts Court Theatre & Studio | 7PM Need help deciding which shows you’re checking out at this year’s Fringe? Join us at Preview Night where performers have two minutes to pitch their show. This event always fills up, so don’t delay on your arrival – doors and bar open at 7:00pm.
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Colin Noden: “My biggest surprise was that this is play has some funny moments… My biggest relief was that it is about people. “
Given urgency by the emerging zeitgeist, The Omnibus Bill promises to be timely and challenging.
If you are seeking an opportunity to be intellectually challenged, looking for an escape, or entertainment, be sure to keep these events on your radar.
What’s a Fringe encore? A weekend double bill that milks the cow for shows THAT HAVE BEEN HIT AT FRINGE FESTIVALS, OTTAWA AND BEYOND. Fringe Encore is back, baby! And we’re bringing you two hits from the past two years of Ottawa Fringe, April 26 & 27. Catch that show you missed, see your favourite […]
Showtimes are at 7:30pm and 9pm both nights.
If you’ve ever dared enter IKEA with a significant other or thought it would be “fun” to assemble furniture with someone—you’ve had this fight.
This year’s Rubber Chicken Award goes to…
Theatre makers vie for title of “Ottawa’s best theatre company” at the annual Theatre Challenge—03.27.19
Each group is given only 48 hours to come up with an original idea, rehearse, and perform a new piece of theatre.
Jennifer Cavanagh: “Strong performances from Rainville, MacDonald and Rose are magnetic…”
Award winning Comedian DeAnne Smith brings their metaphorical (and literal) “mic drop of a show” to Ottawa on March 3rd at Arts Court Theatre.
“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.”
“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.”
“Kilpatrick peppers her intimately personal stories with humour and pathos that draws the audience into her world and the diverse personalities of her dogs.”