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.”
Great Canadian Theatre Company
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.”
Théâtre Rouge Écarlate and Great Canadian Theatre Company win Prix Rideau Awards for show of the year
The juried prize is for the best anglophone and francophone theatre performed in Ottawa.
The Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 13–23, 2019.
On top of this beautifully written story the performances will leave you in awe.
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.”
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.
See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to in the winter 2019 season.