After snoozling our way through work and school all week in a turkey coma, we have earned a fun and cool weekend to celebrate fall and everything cozy and hip that the city has to offer.
Apt613 reviews five shows on opening weekend of Fresh Meat 8. Five new shows run next weekend, October 17–19.
If you haven’t checked out the fall colours in Gatineau Park yet, the long weekend is looking like the perfect time to go!
Fresh Meat 8 is a feast of experimental theatre, comedy and performance art—10.10.19 to 10.19.19 at Arts Court
It’s a feast of short plays, and ideas for plays, and this year the festival is opening over Thanksgiving weekend at Arts Court.
Another fall weekend ahead, and so much to do! Don’t forget that it’s your last chance to take advantage of the National Capital Commission’s free shuttle into Gatineau Park to enjoy the fall colours.
Every work is a world premiere; selected by a blind jury for its “artistic intrigue” and originality.
Fun did not miss Ottawa this weekend! Whether people are just getting into the Halloween festivities, looking for more a more artsy evening, or want to party all night long there’s something for everyone!
This testing ground for indie theatre has seen more than forty short plays premiere since 2012. It’s a chance to see nascent ideas tested out before a live audience. And it’s that opportunity to explore potential, without the fear of failure, that makes Fresh Meat such a unique night out.
See the writeup on Part 1 of Fresh Meat 4 here. Part 2 of Fresh Meat 4 takes a slightly darker turn and I couldn’t help but go with it. Somehow everything is different this week than it was last week. Maybe that always happens and I just never noticed it until I had a two […]
“Theatre”, as we know it, will be turned on its head starting next weekend. Fresh Meat 4: DIY Theatre Fest runs from October 15-17 and 22-24 at Arts Court Studio. Ten local theatre companies including THUNK!theatre, Filament Théâtre, egodeath and more, will perform original, twenty minute works that test the limits of live theatre. Artists […]
As I was on my way through the crowd to my comfortable front-row couch seat, May Can Theatre’s Madeleine Boyes Manseau approached me with a fan of folded construction-paper cards. “Do you believe in fate?” she asked. I won’t tell you what my answer was, or what was written inside the card I chose. That […]