The PepTides present their first foray into musical theatre in this pre-apocalyptic pop jazz party at Mercury Lounge. Read the full review.
Join Annie Miller, a romance-obsessed woman, as she prepares for a blind date by telling you all about the screenplay she’s writing. Read the full review.
Local comedian Silvia Kindl talks about moving from Montreal to Ottawa, her failed relationships, her love of younger men and more in this one-woman show.Read the full review.
A couple meet for the first time after chatting online, with some lightly Shakespeare-inspired shenanigans along the way.Read the full review.
Mark Shyzer returns to Ottawa Fringe with Great Battles in History, an exploration of some of the most ground-breaking and important military Victories and losses that have shaped the world today.Read the full review.
Blood rituals, polygamy, cannibalism and murder all abound in Royal Jelly.Read the full review.
Howard Petrick recounts tales of working on the railroad, traveling the USA in a boxcar and discovering a passion for activism in his one man show Never Own Anything You Have to Paint or Feed.Read the full review.
Nicholas Amott plays Todd, an insomniac who can never fall asleep, yet seems to be living in a dream in Wake.Read the full review.
In a world where a viral epidemic has allowed people to share memories a young detective finds herself being stumped by a missing persons case in The City That Eats You.Read the full review.
Folk Singer Bob Bossin presents larger than life stories about his father Davy “the Punk” Bossin and his strong mob ties in early to mid-20th Century Toronto in Songs & Stories of Davy the Punk.Read the full review.