What do two drawing rooms, a bank office, and several barely pronounceable names have in common? They’re all elements of the latest show by the Algonquin College Theatre Arts students as they mount a production of three short plays by Anton Chekov – collectively called 33 Swoons. Read the full review.
God of Carnage is a hugely successful French play by Yasmina Reza about a group of adults who meet to discuss a dispute in a civil manner but whose meeting quickly devolves into total anarchy. Translated to English, God of Carnage has seen huge success in both London and New York. Now Third Wall Theatre has brought it home to Ottawa and into the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre. Read the full review.
Fly Me To The Moon is the second Irish comedy written by Marie Jones and directed by John P Kelly to hit Ottawa stages this season. The difference this time is it’s a two-woman show instead of a two-man show. Read the full review.
The story in Circle Mirror Transformation is told through the drama games of a six-week community centre drama class the characters have signed up for. It’s through the games, and the breaks in between that their characters are revealed. Read the full review.