The 2017–18 National Arts Centre season is an exciting lineup of dance, theatre, and music, and will feature the NAC’s new performance spaces being unveiled this year.
It’s a familiar city and the neighbourhood rings a bell. The streets are the same and some of the landmarks are recognizable. But it’s all just not quite right, the timing is off and the setting is a little more somber. If you’ve grown up in Ottawa, chances are you’ve learnt a little bit about […]
Set in 1950 and based on the popular book by Ottawa author Brian Doyle, this great production tells the story of how Young Tommy (played very well by Lewis Wynne-Jones) takes a life-changing trip from Ottawa to his grandparents’ cottage in Low, Quebec.
Post by David Sachs Writing is a solitary art, they all say, and for once they’re right. Writer’s (of books) have no teammates and no audience, none that they see anyway. In a city like Ottawa, it’s more of a dark art: neighbourhoods of talented political staff, civil servants and reporters, writing magnum opuses after […]