Whether you have a weekend of museum and patio hopping planned, or a quiet picnic in your neighbourhood park, stay safe, stay hydrated, support local businesses, and take a deep breath of that July air, friends. We’ve gotten this far together. Let’s keep one another safe.
Negotiations with Existence is a short film series written, photographed, and produced by Ontario artist Timothy Trieste. The presentations include lyrical music as well as short story narrations that examine the great questions about the nature of human life. His third and most recent episode came out on Jul. 12.
A lot of us are still tense about what might come next, and the Great Canadian Theatre Company acknowledges these uncertainties in 30-minute video episodes of the reflective series Negotiations with Existence.
Eric Coates: “The minute that GCTC welcomes people back inside, and everyone’s abuzz with excitement to be back and to meet the new artistic director, I will be there to celebrate and to say thank you one more time. In person.”
GCTC has announced a lineup of digital concerts, plays, and hybrid mash-ups of both.
Well 613ers, we have made it through a full year of pandemic-style living, and this pretty little city of ours just keeps on keeping on. The weather has taken a major turn for the better, so despite the shifting restrictions of the red zone, we can enjoy ourselves a little bit in the valley this […]
If you didn’t catch the sold-out-run at the Ottawa Fringe Festival in 2015, you’ve finally got another chance!
GCTC currently has two playwrights in residence: Vishesh Abeyratne and Sanita Fejzić. In this first of a two-part series, Artistic Director Eric Coates reflects on the conversations he is having with Sanita.
This edition of FemmeVox will feature Amanda Rheaume, Larissa Desrosiers, NAMBI and Ambre McLean.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about.
There are some new outdoor activities to enjoy this weekend. We are now able to kick a soccer ball around, play a round of disc golf, shoot some hoops, or pop an ollie at the skate parks. Picnics are also now a thing. While we agree that this is very exciting news, please make sure that you enjoy these newfound freedoms safely and respectfully, while keeping your distance from others.
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.”
Colin Noden: As the last scene faded to black, I heard a man behind me say “Are they going to leave us with that?”
We’ve found ourselves at the end of another rollercoaster week, and nothing warms the spirits (or your hands) like a jam packed weekend of events, shows, and laid back hangs with your nearest and dearest.
Colin Noden: “You won’t be surprised by the melodramatic beginning. But that’s the end of the play’s predictability.”