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Lawrence Evenchick

Theatre review: Romeo and Juliet REDUX

Brian Carroll: “Let no one say that Plosive Productions doesn’t take chances. Starting with the draped white tunnel leading from the foyer to the theatre, there is the promise of a new and different experience.”

Fringe Review: As Rome Burns

63 min | Drama | Mature Nicholas Dave Amott’s new play, As Rome Burns, is about the rehearsal of a play concocted by the mad emperor Nero. His play is about his imperial family’s history and himself. It’s being rehearsed by a few of his loyal slaves in the home of a Christian slave whom Nero has […]

The Underpants: A spicy farce at The Gladstone

It’s 1910 in Dusseldorf, Germany.  Off-stage, a pretty young wife, Louise, goes to see the Prussian king parade by her apartment building.  A minor “wardrobe malfunction” occurs:   the ribbons holding up her bloomers give way and her underpants fall to her ankles in the midst of the crowd.  This sets in motion all sorts […]

Live! on Elgin: Theatre and music in the heart of Ottawa

Lawrence and Jon Evenchick, the father and son team behind the anticipated Live! on Elgin, invited media this Sunday to show what they have in store for their local arts venue set to open on May 1st. Surrounded by Confederation Park, Parliament, and the hub of shops and restaurants on Elgin St, the location is […]