A genocide scholar who specializes in tracking down former Nazis online to hear out their stories makes a discovery that could dramatically impact her academic career. Read the full review.
Opera Lyra Ottawa brings Puccini’s tale of love and betrayal in early 20th century Japan to the National Arts Centre.Read the full review.
The Phoenix Players present The Diary of Anne Frank, Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett’s classic play based on the diaries that put a human face to the Holocaust.Read the full review.
WeART presents an evening of completely unrelated short works that cover everything from poodles to human meat to being born with gills.Read the full review.
Two newlyweds move into their first apartment, and find out that living together might not be everything they had dreamed. Vacant House Theatre presents their first site-specific work. Read the full review.
Join gender-bending rock goddess Hedwig Schmitt and her band the Angry Inch as she explores life, love, freedom and the things she left behind in this off-Broadway hit musical.Read the full review.
A Montreal playwright seeking the truth explores the complex, long-running legal battle between Monsanto and Saskatchewan canola farmer Percy Schmeiser.Read the full review.
The Ottawa Stilt Union takes audiences on a bilingual, acrobatic and musical journey to find the Great Northern Snails of Escargotville, a mysterious land full of whimsy. Read the full review.
Canadian comedy hero Mary Walsh brings some of her classic characters to life in her already completely sold out one-woman show.Read the full review.
A scheming magician sends two children into different universes, leading to adventures involving evil queens, talking animals, and worlds old and new. 9th Hour Theatre brings the origin story of C.S. Lewis’ Narnia Chronicles to life as the first Narnia-themed production in their 2014 season. Read the full review.