Andrew Rally is a washed-up TV-actor who finds himself cast in the role of Hamlet and visited by the ghost of one of the most prolific Hamlets of all time: John Barrymore, whose job is to help get him ready. Only problem? Andrew doesn’t really want to play Hamlet and Barrymore can’t leave until he does. Should you see it?
The Great Canadian Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Whispering Pines. Written by Ottawa native and former resident playwright Richard Sanger, Whispering Pines explores a series of themes that range from love and loss to governmental control and betrayal. Should you see it?
OTTAWA THEATRE REVIEW: Let’s say you could create the perfect community. The perfect town. Weed out the bad; keep the good, garden until you have perfection. What would the limits be? How would you choose who to keep and whom to remove? Ottawa Little Theatre’s latest production: Dr. Cook’s Garden attempts to answer that question. Should you see it?
Fuck money and fuck things, but never fuck people. Plosive Production’s Speed the Plow is a play about making movies. Running at the Gladstone until October 22, 2011, we’ve got the answer to the question: Should You See It?
In June 2011, The Should You See It team crashed The Ottawa Fringe Festival in a big way. Thirty-three shows were reviewed and video chats with performers and other creatives were published as VLOGs online for over two hours of video footage.