Around Miss Julie is a brand new Canadian play brought to Ottawa Fringe by a group of Concordia grads. It takes a look at the uncertainty of being in your early twenties, at the hilarious and sometimes manic process of putting on a play, and the relationships we develop or destroy along the way. Read the full review.
A welcome and last minute replacement to the 2013 Ottawa fringe Festival, slut (r)evolution is Cameryn Moore’s autobiographical tale about her sexual awakening and exploration. It’s one of three shows that have all been well traveled to critical acclaim. Read the full review.
When would it be a bad thing to kill a zombie? And what is not everybody agreed? Local company Punchbag Playhouse brings you the world premiere of Richard Hemphill’s zombie murder mystery comedy. Read the full review.
Produced by local company, Glassiano Productions, Disillusion is psychological drama set on death row that explores the distinction between justice and punishment. Read the full review.
Following up last year’s hit, Gametes and Gonads, Jeff Leard brings The Show Must Go On to Ottawa this year. The Show Must Go On builds from Leard’s experiences and three decades of stories heard during his two years travelling with a children’s theatre troupe. Read the full review.
A young Irish woman named Aislin finds herself stuck in the middle of The Troubles in 1970s Ireland – literally. She falls in love with two men, a wealthy Englishman and an IRA solider, and faces a difficult decision. Read the full review.
We Glow is the charming story of two people obsessed with efficiency who are forced off their life script and into a panic. Written by Brad Long and Emily Pearlman, it’s an off-kilter romantic comedy by way of corporate ladder-climbing satire. Read the full review.
The Pit is a funny, absurd look at what happens to a couple when their relationship becomes too routine. It’s delivered with energy and has an emotional core that may take you by surprise. Read the full review.
Never Fall In Love With a Writer, produced by local company Current Productions, is a one-woman show about a granddaughter learning of her grandmother’s lovers and the titular life lesson. Read the full review.
Innocent When You Dream brings puppets, masks, old-time stage effects and animated projections to Ottawa stages all the way form Austin Texas in a tale about a man driven mad in the belly of a whale with only two books to read. Read the full review.