It’s the classic comic book setup: superhero Jack the Jump must stop the nefarious scheme of his nemesis, Dr. Doe. Will good prevail over evil?Read the full review.
Youth Infringement gives young writers, directors and actors a chance to present their brand new shows to audiences. The first evening opened with The Ever-Present Witness, Lucy and The Anomaly. 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.
For Ottawa Little Theatre’s 100th season, they’re digging into their history and drawing one (presumably successful) play from each decade they’ve been around. First up, pulled straight from the roaring 20s: Hay Fever. It opened, September 18th and runs through October 6th. Read the full review.