Occupy Me mixes a yoga class and self-discovery in a very sweet show – wear some comfy pants because you might end up doing some yoga!Read the full review.
The first thing that jumped into my head as The Vanity Project stated its motto (a cautionary tale for an isolating age): is this supposed to be a metaphor for the Facebook generation?Read the full review.
Listen, I’m going to be totally honest here; I’m not an opera connoisseur. I think opera isn’t my cup of tea, and that’s why I just didn’t really get La Voix Humaine.Read the full review.
Disillusion plays out like a twisted version of Groundhog Day, minus the comedy. It’s a surprisingly intense and dark short play that asks questions about the meaning of justice. Read the full review.
Hailing from Saskatoon, Bzzt Trap Door Theatre brings their production of an award-winning script to Ottawa. The Frenzy of Queen Maeve is a heartfelt drama set in 1970s Northern Ireland during “The Troubles.” Read the full review.
This show surprised me with how engaging it was. Even if you’re not a fan of heavy metal, this is a show worth checking out for its great performances, humour, and surprisingly well-done story.Read the full review.
While pretty enjoyable with some solid performances all around, Nebraska just didn’t wow me. There are also some cliche elements in the play, but there’s still enough here to give it a look. Read the full review.
Chesterfield is a horror-thriller where the killer is a… well you read the title, right? It’s brought to Ottawa Fringe 2013 by crowd-pleasers Dead Unicorn Ink following up two huge hits in Space Mystery from Outerspace and Playing Dead.Read the full review.
St. Nicholas is a play by renowned Irish playwright Conor McPherson. The official synopsis states: “a wild irish tale about love, lust, vampires, drink, and theatre.” Read the full review.
Rock the Arts is bringing puppets to the Ottawa Fringe festival. It’s a children’s show that Tillie (one of the puppet characters) guarantees will make all the parents laugh who are dragged along. Read the full review.