God Verbatim: Crafted from the words of 600 young adults, the cast and your txts in real time. Join the evolving investigation. 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.
Age of Arousal takes place during a time of great change; London, 1885, when the Suffragette movement is starting to take off during a period of repressed desires, where women hugely outnumber men and some must learn to embrace the life of a New Woman.Read the full review.
Summertime is outdoor theatre time in Ottawa. And you really can’t argue when the theatre comes to you. Bear & Co toured parks around Ottawa this summer with Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors, given the wild west treatment. Read the full review.
Eleanor Crowder’s new show focuses on a marriage in trouble, and all the people revolving around it. They’re all connected to a pot of apple jelly one of the characters makes as the action happens, seemingly trying to recapture the family’s happiness through a recipe.Read the full review.
Agnes of God, produced by 9th Hour Theatre in the GCTC Studio, features a three-woman cast in a play about a young nun who may or may have a special connection to the divine and who may or may not have killed her newborn baby. Read the full review.
After a successful Fringe Festival run with Tis Pity She’s a Whore, newly founded Bear & Co. holds their first full summer production with Shakespeare’s As You Like It, a story about love with a hint of mistaken identity. Read the full review.
Ever wondered how the story would have went down if Romeo and Juliet were brother and sister? In this 400 year old play that’s almost never produced for it’s risque title and content, now you can find out. Read the full review.