The School for Lies, presented by Algonquin College’s Theatre Arts program, is a liberal adaptation of Moliere’s most well-known work: The Misanthrope – a social commentary satirizing 16th century French society. Read the full review.
The Young Lady in White is about an unnamed girl in an undeveloped photograph who, alongside the doodle of a cat, waits to come to life for over seventy-six years as history unfolds in the streets beneath her. Read the full review.
A Company of Fools has been presenting their Torchlight Shakespeare Series around Ottawa parks for ten years. This year their irreverent wit and style get applied to Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor, directed by Catriona Leger. Read the full review.
All right, Ottawa. There’s still one week left for you to catch any or all of the six shows running at the Great Canadian Theatre Company as part of their Undercurrents: Theatre Below The Mainstream Festival. If you’re not sure what you want to see yet, here’s what you can expect from this line-up. Read the full review.
Celebrating theatre below the mainstream, the third annual Undercurrents festival recently announced its line-up and solidified the Great Canadian Theatre Company as the place to be for innovative and original theatre in February. Read the full review.
The second show, or first depending how you count, of the St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival is A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a comedy wherein some fairies screw around with some humans and with each other. Read the full review.