Livia Belcea: “Mimi was charming and welcoming, which made performing in front of hundreds of people for the first time, with no script, no preparation and no knowledge of where the play was going, a little bit less overwhelming.”
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Jared Davidson: “Tess Degenstein does an excellent job… She keeps things moving and she keeps it funny.”
Maria-Hélèna Pacelli: “And while the melodies have been replaying in my head, what haunts me even more is the image of hundreds of flyers catching wind on their way down from the high rise reminding us that there are so many extraordinary things about being ordinary.”
Great Canadian Theatre Company has partnered with six chefs to present a pop-up restaurant for one night in the run of each play this season.
David Currie: “Painfully funny… 70 minutes of uncomfortable delight.”
“You are happy!” says GCTC Artistic Director Eric Coates. “It’s definitely an instruction.”
We are especially excited that the performance will offer new options to increase accessibility, including a limited number of sensory seats for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Les célébrations du 150e anniversaire du Canada aura eu pour effet d’unir les forces deux compagnies théâtrales issues des deux langues officielles du pays afin de coproduire une pièce de théâtre visant à rapprocher culturellement les deux univers. Les Passants sera présentée à Ottawa en français avec surtitres en anglais jusqu’au 12 mars au Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC).
Le Daisy Theatre est un spectacle de marionnettes pour adultes amusant, futé et torride. Il frôle la frontière de ce qui est politiquement acceptable et aborde des sujets pertinents et à propos, sans modérer l’opinion et le satire proposée.
Courtney Merchand: “Everything Burkett did worked to shatter the illusion that you were watching wooden marionettes.”
The line between justice and revenge isn’t as always defined or easy to follow as we’d like. Who’s to have the final say in what is acceptable and unacceptable when righting a wrong? And when the justice system we hold in such high regard fails us, who’s to deny anyone the opportunity for retribution? Playwright […]
What better city than the nation’s capital and what better time than with a federal election hot on our heels for the Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) to debut their 41st season with Michael Healey’s politically-charged satirical piece, Generous. Healey, an award-winning playwright, is no stranger to stirring up controversy in the theatre scene with […]
This is part two in our week-long series The Future of Ottawa (arts and culture edition). In this guest column, Eric Coates, the artistic director of the Great Canadian Theatre Company, offers his insights on our city’s theatre community. Twitter users: use hashtag #futott if you want to discuss this series on Twitter. When I was asked to […]
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwKD-koPhD4[/youtube] Some of Ottawa’s leading theatres recently announced their lineup for the 2015-16 season. Over the next fews days, Apartment613 will highlight some of the great events that audiences can expect in the near future. Today we review what is coming up at the Great Canadian Theatre Company. For 40 years, the Great Canadian Theatre […]
Is it really necessary to always find meaning in pain and suffering? For many people, finding lessons in sorrow is a necessity, because otherwise what is the point of experiencing anguish. But what if we can’t find any answers, let alone wisdom, from misery? This question arose in my mind after watching Moss Park, which […]