Great Canadian Theatre Company
Laura, now a grown woman of 25, has written a revealing memoir about the time she was an underage student experiencing a sexual and intellectual awakening in the thrall of her former English teacher, Mr. Wells. This gripping two-hander rewinds the clock by ten years, and explores the truth of what happened behind closed classroom […]
We’ve arrived at this final weekend in March and what is, hopefully, the season’s final snowfall.
Maria-Helena Pacelli: “As long as a play like this one can be written and performed, its urgent cry must be heard.”
Mara’s life is normal. She lives in Ottawa, has a good government job, a handsome partner, a new baby boy, and everything appears fine on the surface. Appearances can be deceiving. A world premiere about sexual assault, political expediency, and the masks we wear to carry on as if everything is as it should be.
This week, Great Canadian Theatre Company revealed five plays in their next season, as well as a festival which kicks things off in September 2019.
Travis Facette: “It’s a phenomenal, hilarious show… that you shouldn’t be scared of it.”
Ottawa’s new FemmeVox songwriting workshop + concert series kicks off on Sunday, February 24.
Happy weekend folks! Winterlude may have come and gone, but we’ve still got a few weeks of winter fun to enjoy!
The Mountaintop plays at GCTC until February 10th.
9th annual: February 6-16, 2019 Produced by Ottawa Fringe, our winter festival showcases the best original, contemporary theatre created by local, national and international artists. Festival founders, The Great Canadian Theatre Company, originally hosted from 2011–2014. Now, undercurrents takes place in Ottawa’s downtown core at Arts Court. Since 2011, undercurrents has has hosted 16 world premieres […]
See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to in the winter 2019 season.
The play is based on true story of the murders for insurance conducted by George Joseph Smith in the early 20th century.
Apt613 has come up with a list of exciting shows to keep you busy this fall.
Canadian playwright Kate Hennig kicks off the Great Canadian Theatre Company season with The Virgin Trial, the second installment of a modern take on the Tudor family.
The juried prize is for the best anglophone and francophone theatre performed in Ottawa.