Jennifer Cavanagh: “These three are comics are undoubtedly talented, with a strong dynamic between them and very funny on their own but not all the bits land as they should”
Livia Belcea: “Although the subject matter of the play makes it difficult to watch, the play itself is excellent.”
Brian Carroll: “Every year I hope there will be a really good family show at the Ottawa Fringe. This year my prayers have been answered.”
Samara Caplan & Laura Gauthier: “Even if you’ve never been to camp, go to this one!”
Nicholas McBurney: “It’s worth squeezing this short show into your schedule.”
Courtney Merchand: “It’s the all-female Ghost Busters spoof you didn’t realize you needed in your life, but trust me, you need this in your life.”
Kate Carmanico: “The 55-minute performance is a whirlwind of storytelling, song, an interactive game show, a sex ed class and a dance party.”
Barb Popel: “I sincerely hope that Entangled has a life after this Fringe. This rich, fascinating play deserves a wide audience. A magnificent piece of theatre and of history!”
The 9th undercurrents festival is taking place at Arts Court from February 6–16.
The Ghomeshi Effect interweaves verbatim text pulled from interviews conducted with residents of Ottawa and beyond.