The Breathing Role/Aglu is a must-see Indigenous play now showing at the NAC. Discover why this story of the Nattilik Inuit is relevant to all of us.
For more than a century, The Nutcracker ballet has captivated audiences around the world. From December 1-4, Ottawans can enjoy this timeless tradition, as Les Grands Ballets Canadiens bring their version of this Christmas classic to the National Arts Centre. We interviewed several young local dancers in the ballet to highlight their talents.
Get in losers, we’re going to see the musical Mean Girls. The 12-time Tony-nominated show is on until October 23 at the National Arts Centre.
The Broadway musical Mean Girls is coming to the National Arts Centre from October 18 to 23. Based on the iconic movie of the same name and penned by the incomparable Tina Fey, this is no regular musical, it’s a cool musical.
On this first fall weekend, there is so much to do to celebrate the arrival of this spectacular season. From your go-to fall activities like apple picking to a festival (or two) and a craft fair market (or four), this weekend has so much going on that you can’t possibly do it all.
At last! Broadway Across Canada’s Anastasia has finally landed at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre. This fantastical story has been waiting to hit Ottawa stages since 2020 — and we are ecstatic for audiences to get the chance to see it live!
Ottawa audiences who’ve been stuck ‘in their dreams’ waiting for Anastasia can finally wake up to see it live and in person! Originally scheduled for October 2020, the grand legend of the last descendent of a possible dynasty finally opens at the National Arts Centre on August 30.
The August long weekend is packed with more events than you can possibly attend—but you should give it your best try. Here’s the long-Weekend Roundup.
NAC Indigenous Theatre’s Indigenous Art Market is back for its first in-person event since December 2019.
This Thursday is the official Canadian premiere of “Sleeping Beauty”, presented at the NAC by the renowned classical ballet company Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, featuring the NAC Orchestra. I spoke with Buriassi about reinventing a classical story, how it was working with Marcia Haydée, and what her favourite ballet is.
Recently, Bruce Burwell has been recommending Urban Retail Walks (URW) to deal with your pandemic-panic cabin fever. A few weeks ago, he recommended a Glebe and Bank St. south walk. This week, we’re going to head north on Bank from the Glebe, cross over Sparks to Elgin and then come back south.
We’ve another fine fall weekend in store for us and more exciting activities than one can cram into a single weekend. We’ll get you started by listing the highlights. Then you’ll have to decide what sounds like the most fun and schedule your time accordingly.
Leslie Feist (also known as just “Feist”) invites all music lovers to come and see her performance of her latest material, MULTITUDES, at the National Arts Centre. This communal production was organized to bring people together through music, and Feist invites the audience to either sit back or sing along.
While given the current circumstances in regards to COVID-19, this weekend still brings entertainment.
November’s second summer is coming to an end and this weekend we will have returned to more seasonal temperatures. While we may have to put on our jackets and scarves before heading outside, there is plenty to enjoy if we do (as well as plenty to do if we don’t)!