Coming off the hugely entertaining and successful Footloose, Orpheus Musical Theatre steps back and brings us a bit of the 20s with The Drowsy Chaperone. This Canadian musical is a parody of American musical comedy in the 20s, told through the imagination of a middle-aged man as he listens to the record and provides wry commentary to the audience. Read the full review.
In this musical by renowned playwright Norm Foster, five strangers come to Jasper Station on one random night to buy a ticket to their future. It’s the 2nd play of Ottawa Little Theatre’s Summer season. Read the full review.