Andrew Chapman’s show What Happens Now is an hour-long stand-up comedy act, largely built around an Ottawa theme. Read the full review.
Bremner Duthie’s one-man show is set during the depression at a time when vaudeville theatre is being pushed out to make way for cinema. Read the full review.
Howard Petrick was drafted to serve in a war he didn’t believe in (Vietnam) but didn’t want to break any laws. This left both him and the military in a hard place. In Breaking Rank, Howard Petrick himself tells you the story by taking on a myriad of different characters he encountered during his time in the army. Read the full review.
So it comes to pass that all things end. And in the ending of the thing, how was it? Read the full review.
With less than a month before Fringe 2012, Warrior Food tossed their original show concept and started from scratch to put together a show dealing with things that happen in women’s lives. Read the full review.
And, curtain. The Ottawa Fringe Festival for 2012 is now over. Read the full review.
A man enters a no-strings attached relationship with his hot new roommate only to start developing feelings for her.Read the full review.
Two friends meet in a grave yard and give a deeply personal look into their friendship. Read the full review.
Martin Dockery tells stories from his five-month trip into West Africa, looking for wisdom. Read the full review.
In SNAFU Dance Theatre’s Little Orange Man, Kitt draws the audience into her world and takes them into her dreams to uncover the truth.Read the full review.