It’s finally the end of January, all 78 days of it!
From skating to music to theatre, read on for ideas for your weekend.
Barb Popel: “Witty word play. That’s what I expected from accomplished playwright and actor Pierre Brault, and that’s what I got in his second play about Will Somers.”
Whether you are still searching for the perfect gift, hosting a Friendsmass dinner, or hoping to just have a good non-denominational time on the town we hope you stay warm, stay safe, and have yourselves a merry little weekend!
“For the last week we have been talking non-stop about how excited we were to get to see this show on stage and couldn’t wait for opening night.”
Barb Popel: “Plosive Production’s The Ugly One is a fine start to The Gladstone’s theatre season. It has an interesting script, an excellent cast, and good direction.”
Barb Popel: “This local gem deserves to be seen!”
Original Canadian Musical Theatre is a treasure, and this one is coming to you from Québec City with an exceptional cast that you need to check out. What if? the musical (Ottawa) follows the creative process of a young deaf artist (David), who is determined to write an award winning musical. Struggling to communicate with his […]
Nell Gwynn is playing at The Gladstone Theatre until June 8.
So grab your ticket before the short run ends on Saturday!
Brian Carroll: “Lewd, sexy, ribald, hilariously funny, richly entertaining and bold!”
The Gladstone is guaranteed to be one of the busiest venues in Ottawa next season.
Barb Popel: “Dief the Chief… is Pierre Brault’s best work as a playwright.”
Brian Carroll: “King Lear is often looked on as a bravura vehicle for the lead actor. But don’t just keep your eyes on Howarth. There are other estimable performances in this production.”
Barbara Popel: “As the lights went up at the end of the harrowing second act, the opening night audience leapt to its feet to give the cast a well-deserved standing ovation.”