Live! on Elgin
Jennifer Cavanagh: “With nothing on the stage and few light cues Rolls fully commands the space with his loud proclamations and exuberant movements.”
Livia Belcea: “Right off the bat, the audience understands exactly what’s in store for them as Bebe busts into dance and delivers a jaw dropping grand entrance, for which the whole audience cheered and applauded with enthusiasm. She is glowing, sparkling, and moves like she was born with high heels on.”
Livia Belcea: “A good storyteller, Bill captivates his audience best when he recalls the stories that hold a large emotional space for him.”
Nick Bachusky: “The audience was loving every minute of this show.”
The 22nd Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 13–24, 2018 at multiple downtown venues including Arts Court Theatre, ODD Box, La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins and the University of Ottawa.
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Jumpin’ Joel Flash and The Magic Machine are performing at Live on Elgin! (220 Elgin St) this Thursday February 15 at 8pm. Tickets cost $15 online and $20 at the door.
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His solo show Gerard Harris: Attention Seeker is playing at the Live! on Elgin (220 Elgin St) until Saturday June 18, 2017. Tickets cost $12 online and at the door.
Jessica Ruano: “For those of you who have experienced Dockery’s performances, all you need to know is that the quality of this show is perfectly consistent with his previous ones. In other words, engaging, invigorating, gripping, and life-affirming.”
Martin Dockery is performing Delirium at the Ottawa Fringe Festival from June 14–18, 2017.
Nicholas McBurney: “Like a favourite sex-positivity podcast, this is a show worth revisiting if it fits your schedule. You’ll likely get a new topic and the three performers’ rapport is tight enough you’ll laugh just as hard the second time around.”
Brenda Dunn: “Harris’s narrative has some great lines and moments of real clarity and sincerity. But the show, like Harris, is distracted and wandering in places. “