TACTICS closes its first season of collective theatre at Arts Court with Under Derek’s Bed, an imaginative adventure through a childhood land of fantasy to overthrow a new overlord, presented by Dead Unicorn Ink, a company known for it’s crowd-pleasing productions. Read the full review.
Dead Unicorn…the name suggests the demise of magic, the extinction of the unique and the spirited. In fact, it’s completely the opposite.
Dead Unicorn Ink is one of the most original and inspired companies around. 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.
Chesterfield is a horror-thriller where the killer is a… well you read the title, right? It’s brought to Ottawa Fringe 2013 by crowd-pleasers Dead Unicorn Ink following up two huge hits in Space Mystery from Outerspace and Playing Dead.Read the full review.
Chesterfield, it’s a story of love, betrayal and a malicious, talking couch. Dead Unicorn Ink is back after having the Ottawa Fringe 2012 Fan Favourite: Space Mystery… FROM OUTERSPACE. In Chesterfield, Zach buys a chesterfield for his wife of two years, Sarah as an anniversary present; however, once the couch starts talking and planting thoughts of betrayal into both Zach and Sarah’s mind they find themselves on the precipice of danger, from themselves and each other. Read the full review.
What happens when a fair-sized group of Ottawa’s emerging artists decide it’s time to showcase their talents? An evening of theatre, six-micro-shows long, with each one being as different from the others as the artists themselves. Read the full review.
Paul Rainville. Chris Ralph. Margo MacDonald. Catriona Leger. Evolution Theatre. MiCasa Theatre. These are names you’re likely to be familiar with if you’ve spent any time within the professional theatre scene in Ottawa. But there’s a new generation of talented kids ready to put their names out there. People and companies like Jonah Allingham, Tess Mc Manus, Dead Unicorn Ink, and May Can Theatre. Enter the Fresh Meat Theatre Festival, running at the end of September.
Space Mystery from Outer Space is a giant blending of pulp 50s stylings, told in true over the top fashion. Read the full review.