SNAFU Dance Theatre, Ottawa famous for their hit Little Orange Man (Ottawa Fringe 2012, Undercurrents 2014) is back with a new tale that sees Kitt teaming up with fellow social reject, Jane, to prepare us all for the coming apocalypse. Read the full review.
Woo Me Myth returns to Ottawa with a new story, about a survivor’s second chance in a post-apocalyptic world, told through dance, music, and technology. Read the full review.
Ediburgh native, Jem Rolls is back in Ottawa with a new show, Jem Rolls One Man Traffic Jam, billed as a farce-fetched poetic comedy where a London bus burns red in a blinding row between Compassion, Apathy & RoadRage. Read the full review.
SDT Productions presents a comedic telling of the fun and crazy roller coaster to becoming a teacher, working as a teacher and staying a teacher in this day and age.Read the full review.
Abalone Productions brings Grain of Salt to Ottawa Fringe. Straight from the mouths of Christians and non-Christians a like this play based on verbatim interviews may end up make you questioning what you personally believe.Read the full review.
Join Bradley Spann as he tells you of his childhood with four crazy sisters, his absentee father, a dog, a cat, a racoon and a monkey.Read the full review.
Joy shares her thoughts on getting old, trying to figure out her relationship with her strange sister and making sense of her nephew’s home school project. Read the full review.
When last we saw her, Kitt, the ginger headed outcast, was recounting grisly Danish folk tales using food and found objects as the dramatis personae.
In so doing, she made people laugh, cry, shake their heads and give her awards; Little Orange Man, the production for which Kitt was created, took home top prize at the 2012 Ottawa Fringe Festival. Read the full review.
Dead Unicorn…the name suggests the demise of magic, the extinction of the unique and the spirited. In fact, it’s completely the opposite.
Dead Unicorn Ink is one of the most original and inspired companies around. Read the full review.
Why would you be the best couple to receive a child? This is the question Jess and Jay must answer as they plead their case in front of an adoption board. Read the full review.