So This is Christmas presents a different perspective on the upcoming holiday: one that is more appropriate for adults than families, with a focus on what Christmas means instead of how we celebrate it. Both plays could have easily taken place at any other time of year but fit nicely together as a start to the season.
Tradition reigns supreme in Fiddler on the Roof. Orpheus Theatre brings the 50th Anniversary of this ambitious musical to life. Read the full review.
The citizens of a sleepy seaside town find out that the power of live theatre is not something to be taken lightly when they hire a pair of big city actors to present a series of dramatic masterpieces one fateful summer.Read the full review.
What happens when guests arrive to find a potential scandal at the Deputy Mayor of New York’s anniversary party? Like many classic farces, Neil Simon’s Rumors involves a group of wealthy and well-dressed people lying about completely inconsequential things in entirely self-serving ways.Read the full review.
Ottawa Little Theatre’s recently opened All My Sons kicks off 2013 with the fourth show of their ten shows from ten decades 100th season. The award-winning, Arthur Miller penned drama is set shortly after the end of WWII and was previously produced by Ottawa Little Theatre in 1949 and then again in 1984. Read the full review.
A young man overhears his future parents-in-law having a conversation about mysterious deaths and is left with the impression that they might be killing people. That’s the comedic engine in Derek Benfield’s Beyond a Joke, being presented by the Ottawa Little Theatre. Read the full review.