A young woman inherits a stamp collection and gets involved in the shady stamp underworld against the wishes of her sister – if you can believe such a thing exists. Read the full review.
The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy is filled with zany and fast-paced humour while also being one of the most technically ambitious shows at this year’s Fringe. If you’re into nerd culture at all, you should check this one out. Even if you’re not, there’s still plenty of solid laughs and performances for you to appreciate. Read the full review.
The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy finds a Canadian X-Files’esque investigating the unexplainable, paranormal, and bizarre while keeping Canadian citizens safe from these outside threats. When their office is threatened to be shut down by the Prime Minister himself it seems that their very last case, which is as simple as finding the Prime Minister’s Daughter’s cat, Potato, may just in fact be their most important. Read the full review.
Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is celebrating it’s 200th anniversary. Ottawa Little Theatre is celebrating it’s 100th anniversary. Coincidence? Probably. Originally produced by OLT in the 30s, they’ve brought it back to the stage as the next installment of their 10 plays from 10 decades. Read the full review.
Who doesn’t love the fun of trying to solve a good mystery? The Hollow is the latest show running at the Ottawa Little Theatre. Written by Agatha Christie in the 50s, this production has been set into the 30s – an era known for it’s myseries and noire films. The only question more pressing than who did the deed is — Read the full review.