100 First Kisses is a sweet and charming story that takes place inside a girl’s imagination. Read the full review.
A day late, perhaps, but here’s the day six recap, along with a great vlog featuring actors from Fishbowl, White Noise, and Space Mystery from Outer Space.Read the full review.
In Glassiano Productions’ presentation of Fallen: The Book of Samael, Samael begins to doubt mob boss/God-proxy Papa’s motives and leads a coup against him. Read the full review.
The Suicide is dark farce that sees Semyon Semyonovitch’s misspoken thought about killing himself spark an onslaught of manipulative pleas from unscrupulous characters to see it happen, for the right reasons.Read the full review.
Late Night Cabaret is a variety style showcase of performances from various artists around Fringe.Read the full review.
A young man overhears his future parents-in-law having a conversation about mysterious deaths and is left with the impression that they might be killing people. That’s the comedic engine in Derek Benfield’s Beyond a Joke, being presented by the Ottawa Little Theatre. Read the full review.
An immortal Mary Magdalene, drunk and homeless, stumbles into an AA meeting to clean up her act? A geneticist wakes up one morning with a box on his head and decides to clone himself to get to the bottom of it? Yes, indeed. Those are the premises of the two plays that make up Evolution Theatre’s double bill. Read the full review.
Deceptions run amok in The Communication Cord when Tim starts with a simple lie to his prospective father-in-law – that he owns a house in a quaint little Irish hamlet – that quickly spirals completely out of his control. Read the full review.
In Hannah Moscovitch’s East of Berlin, presented by the Great Canadian Theatre Company, seventeen year-old Rudi Klausner learns the truth of his father’s involvement as a camp doctor at Auschwitz in World War II and spends years trying to understand and to escape the sins and legacy he’s inherited. Read the full review.