Cette pièce est présentée dans la cuisine d’une église. Par contre, Dolores m’a fait complètement oublié que j’étais… dans la cuisine d’une église! Je vivais l’expérience Dolores.Read the full review.
THIS IS FUNNY is an odd little show that explores what it means to be funny in a modern world. Which means that it mostly explores what happens when “comedy” goes too far.Read the full review.
Innocent When You Dream was the second one-man Moby Dick show that I saw in a row at Ottawa Fringe. Zeb L. West is front and centre as a young man who calls himself “Ishmael, no wait, Jonah” who is trapped in the belly of a whale with nothing but a few soggy crackers and copies of Don Quixote & Moby Dick. When the audience joins him in the belly we are taken on a series of tales about love found and love lost, with puppets, costumes, elaborate drawings and ukulele solos. Read the full review.
In slut (r)evolution, Cameryn Moore tells you a very personal account of her sexual development and how she came to accept herself, kinks and all.Read the full review.
My Second Smile is the strange but true story of Noah Spitzer and his secret brush with thyroid cancer. It’s the tale of a boy who uses his overactive imagination to make it through a tough time.Read the full review.
Somewhere in the middle of Dolores, I forgot I was watching a play. I forgot I was sitting in the kitchen of a weird-smelling church on Cumberland Street. I was just living it.Read the full review.
Everyone loves cop shows. Everyone loves doctor shows. Whiteboard Productions reaches the logical conclusion and combines the two to perform a completely improvised show about doctors, who also occasionally happen to stop crime. Read the full review.
The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy finds a Canadian X-Files’esque investigating the unexplainable, paranormal, and bizarre while keeping Canadian citizens safe from these outside threats. When their office is threatened to be shut down by the Prime Minister himself it seems that their very last case, which is as simple as finding the Prime Minister’s Daughter’s cat, Potato, may just in fact be their most important. Read the full review.
Starring Fringe veterans Martin Dockery and Vanessa Quesnelle, The Pit is a dreamlike look at relationships, responsibilities, and finding happiness in a world that is incredibly enticing and terrifying all at once. Read the full review.
Eleanor Crowder’s new show focuses on a marriage in trouble, and all the people revolving around it. They’re all connected to a pot of apple jelly one of the characters makes as the action happens, seemingly trying to recapture the family’s happiness through a recipe.Read the full review.