The Screwtape Letters shows us the unique challenges demons face trying to corrupt humans and the consequences that arise when they fail. Read the full review.
The Great Divorce explores the concept of Heaven, Hell, and morality in a series of vignettes and casual conversational debates. Read the full review.
It may just be the end of the world as we know it, but Paco V Put to Sleep really tries to answer the important questions in life, like where can I find some ice cream to eat? Read the full review.
A scheming magician sends two children into different universes, leading to adventures involving evil queens, talking animals, and worlds old and new. 9th Hour Theatre brings the origin story of C.S. Lewis’ Narnia Chronicles to life as the first Narnia-themed production in their 2014 season. Read the full review.
Is the Christian church the root of all evil or the root of all good? Megan Piercey Monafu explores this complicated question, verbatim theatre-style, in 9th Hour Theatre Company’s first original work.Read the full review.
Imprisoned, directed by New Ottawa Repertory Theatre’s Paul Dervis, written by Toronto-native Allie Bell, and produced by Rebbel Rabbit productions, Imprisoned is about a hardened cop and the case he can’t get out of his head – a man convicted of a string of young boy’s disappearances. Read the full review.
Prepare yourself for an intense hour at Imprisoned; this very dark show doesn’t shy away from heavy issues and will probably make your skin crawl. Read the full review.