Natalie Joy Quesnel, known to many as the former executive producer of the festival, has returned to the other side of the stage with her first one-woman show, First Words. Read the full review.
A woman tries to reconnect with her mother through Irish folklore and gruesomely romantic tales in Tess Mc Manus’s one-woman show.Read the full review.
The father of relativity has a bone to pick with how he’s been memorialized in pop culture. He’s come back to set the record straight.
One woman takes on life and success as she learns to shed her armor and find what’s truly valuable.
Solo storytelling superstar Martin Dockery brings a new show and new story to the Ottawa Fringe Festival. This time it’s a true story about the time he learnt his dad was hiding a new secret family in Vietnam and he had a new pair of twin half-siblings thirty-six years his junior. Read the full review.
It’s the classic comic book setup: superhero Jack the Jump must stop the nefarious scheme of his nemesis, Dr. Doe. Will good prevail over evil?Read the full review.
Do you believe in reincarnation and life everlasting? Kit & Kes have been in a cycle of rebirth for 10,000 years. What started off good, quickly goes wrong, yet still the cycle continues. Is there escape? Those are the questions Immolation asks.
Looking for something different? I mean, where every day is a different show? Grimprov wants to give it to you with their latest show, No Second Chances.
Vancouver’s Mind of Snail tells a tale of following your heart and the oppression of gravity using a projector, a guitar, shadow puppets and lots of sounds effects. Read the full review.
Martin Dockery’s solo storytelling shows are well known – for good reason – coast to coast on the festival circuit. Now he, along with Vanessa Quesnelle, bring you the world premiere of their next scripted drama (following last year’s The Pit) — Moonlight After Midnight. Read the full review.