Many characters die in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Ophelia’s Flowers delves into the afterlife to find out what happens next. Read the full review.
Rachel and Zoe sees two best friends at the end of their ropes when it comes to their relationships with men, have it all out while they try to figure out what they really want and how to get it. Read the full review.
Carolann Valentino was an Italian raised in Texas, who then moved to New York to pursue a career in acting and ended up working in a high class steak house. Now she’s turned that experience into a musical. Read the full review.
Punchbag Playhouse, who brought Ottawa Fringe the mags-hit Die, Zombie. Die! last year, have come back to Academic Hall this year. This time with some wacky sketch comedy. Read the full review.
The spider’s world is destroyed by thoughtless action. Again and again. L’Araignée seeks to transcend language with movement, sounds, and rhythm, as it brings you into the world of the spider and a yearning to escape the cycle. Read the full review.
Dead Unicorn Ink invites you to backstage of the greatest show on earth in Kavalier’s Kuriosities. Read the full review.
David Benedict Brown and Ray Besharah bring a series of comedic sketches to life written by various writers across Canada and from New York City in Dicky Dicky. Read the full review.
It wouldn’t be a Fringe Festival without a retelling of one of The Grimm’s Brother’s fairy tales and that’s what the Manotik Arts Camp does with Hansel & Gretel in Grimmest Tales, Past and Present.Read the full review.
A party girl whose life is in a downward spiral slows things way down to attend a 10-day, silent meditation retreat, and spiritual enlightenment ensues.Read the full review.
Vanity Project Productions presents a show based on Edgar Allan Poe’s macabre short stories, as well as the demons of the author himself. Read the full review.