Ottawa writer Sanita Fejzić’s Blissful State of Surrender is her first play but it doesn’t seem like one. Its world premiere at GCTC is impressive for a number of reasons. It accomplishes something rather rare in the theatre — it’s a drama that tackles “heavy” topics but which also successfully delivers flashes of comedy and […]
Ottawa’s Riverbed poetry and music series continued on February 23rd 2022 at Club SAW with a program guest curated by Sanita Fejzić featuring Selina Boan, Samantha Jones, Shane Rhodes, and Valérie Despax.
In association with GCTC, the Theatre Artists’ Co-operative: the Independent Collective Series (TACTICS) present two performances for an optimistic start to this new year in their 2022 Mainstage Series: Blissful State of Surrender and Heartlines.
GCTC currently has two playwrights in residence: Vishesh Abeyratne and Sanita Fejzić. In this first of a two-part series, Artistic Director Eric Coates reflects on the conversations he is having with Sanita.
The Bourses Tontine Awards collective invites womxn and gender-diverse folks in creative arts in Ottawa-Gatineau to apply for a $1,000 grant. Tontine is currently accepting submissions until November 1, 2020.
In an effort to offer the Queer community a venue for self-expression, quiet contemplation and focused creation, Sanita Fejzić has set up a queer co-working space on Eddy Street in Hull, Québec.
Breakfast Club is a casual talk show that’s meant to be informative, fun, while unpacking issues and topics relevant to the LGBTQ2+ community in Ottawa.
Since launching our fellowship program in 2014 (thanks to the generous support of our readers!), Apartment613 has encountered many super-talented Ottawans. Sanita Fejzic is one such individual—a thoughtful writer, playwright, and active community member. For her fellowship, Sanita set up a new city department—well, not officially, but as close as we’ll get. The Department of […]
This Saturday at 7 pm, Ottawa-native Andrew Forbes is launching What You Need, his debut collection of short stories, at Raw Sugar Cafe (692 Somerset W.). While currently living in Peterborough, this young author is no stranger to the National Capital Region, having been born in Ottawa, as well as attending Gloucester High School and Carleton […]