Reclusive, book-obsessed Bobbi is forced to face her zombie-filled nightmares when she leaves home for college. Read the full review.
A eleven-year-old who is mercilessly bullied by her classmates develops an obsession with the legendary Bigfoot. Read the full review.
Brian Fleming presents a solo show about the St. Pat’s For All Parade, a response to the exclusion of LGBT groups from the NYC Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.
Christmas cheer takes a twisted turn in a Nightmare Before Christmas-style celebration of the impending apocalypse. Read the full review.
A one-woman clown approaches the current sexual assault crisis on college campuses through the eyes of survivors, bystanders and perpetrators. Read the full review.
The Frigid Festival, co-run by Horse Trade and Exit Theatre, is the first CAFF (Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals) member festival of the year. Running in the frigid New York February in two theatres, the festival will see over 150 performances of over thirty shows and for the first time ever, On Stage is going to be there.
Follow along with On Stage reviewer Valerie Cardinal as she reviews the shows of that festival, maybe finding a few of the gems that will be touring the country this year – perhaps even here in June.
This post will link to all of Valerie’s Reviews from the Road:
Why would you be the best couple to receive a child? This is the question Jess and Jay must answer as they plead their case in front of an adoption board. Read the full review.
The PepTides present their first foray into musical theatre in this pre-apocalyptic pop jazz party at Mercury Lounge. Read the full review.
Join Annie Miller, a romance-obsessed woman, as she prepares for a blind date by telling you all about the screenplay she’s writing. Read the full review.
Local comedian Silvia Kindl talks about moving from Montreal to Ottawa, her failed relationships, her love of younger men and more in this one-woman show.Read the full review.