Barb Popel: “I can’t tell you much about this performance, because the waiver I signed said that what happens in this show is confidential.”
Barb Popel: “Theatre 4.669’s production of Un-Countried has restored my faith in Canadian theatre. It’s not often Ottawa audiences get to see a world premiere of such a well-crafted play. Rarer still that the playwright is a local.”
This year’s undercurrents festival, to be held in February, will be headlined by repeats, solo shows among an eclectic 8-show lineup.
Revue par Katie Marsh Comédie / 60 minutes Quand mon conjoint québécois, un homme charmant mais avec une petite touche de classicisme, voit un certain type de personne sur les rues d’Ottawa – peut-être une femme qui a de longues mèches blondes ou un homme avec une casquette et un t-shirt blanc sous une veste en jeans […]
On Sunday evening a cavalcade of theatre luminaries gathered in Bates Hall, Sandy Hill to honour the brightest amongst their ranks. The Prix Rideau Awards founded in 2006 celebrates locally produced professional theatre and artists in both French and English. It is inspiring to see categories, including best male and female performers, best director, emerging […]
Review by Allison Vanek 70 min | Comedy | R Fringe shows are generally very simple affairs. Most are are low-budget and be can easily adapted to fit any space. But once in a while, a show comes to Fringe and sets up at a BYOV as if it had explicitly been conceived and created […]