Romeo + Juliet runs until August 17th as part of the Torchlight Shakespeare Festival in parks across Eastern Ontario.
On top of this beautifully written story the performances will leave you in awe.
“The script explores what it’s like to be middle-aged artists who realize they’ll never achieve success. Even if you’re not an artist, it’s a relatable condition.”
“Geoff and Margo’s years of experience shines through: they are excellent in their roles and commit fully to their performance, even as beer sploshed out their cans and made them giggle.”
The 9th undercurrents festival is taking place at Arts Court from February 6–16.
A Company of Fools is bringing A Midsummer Night’s Dream to a city park near you. That’s not an exaggeration—with shows ranging from Navan to Stittsville to Manotick to Wakefield, everyone in the greater Ottawa area has a chance to see it.
Either you love Toronto playwright George F. Walker’s gritty dramas with their oh-so-dysfunctional characters or you hate his pitch-black works littered with f-bombs, guns and booze. Personally, I can’t get enough – there aren’t many other writers who explore the underbelly of Canadian society with so much empathy. And humour. So I was thrilled that […]
In 2005-06, during the worst hurricane season in recorded history, Julie Angus became the first woman to row across the Atlantic Ocean (yes, row) from mainland to mainland. She was accompanied by her fiancé (now her husband), Colin Angus. It took them 145 days. Julie wrote a best-selling book about their experience, Rowboat in a […]