The Screwtape Letters shows us the unique challenges demons face trying to corrupt humans and the consequences that arise when they fail. Read the full review.
The Great Divorce explores the concept of Heaven, Hell, and morality in a series of vignettes and casual conversational debates. Read the full review.
A scheming magician sends two children into different universes, leading to adventures involving evil queens, talking animals, and worlds old and new. 9th Hour Theatre brings the origin story of C.S. Lewis’ Narnia Chronicles to life as the first Narnia-themed production in their 2014 season. 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.
Sir Claude Amory has some papers of value stolen from him and so he gathers all the suspects together and brings in a detective to help him get them back. When Amory then ends up the victim of foul play, the detective finds himself with a much bigger case. Black Coffee is Agatha Christie’s first mystery written for the stage, and her only play to feature her famous detective Hercule Poirot. In the grand tradition of classic detective stories, a crime is committed and it’s up to Poirot – and the audience – to unravel the clues to figure out whodunit. Read the full review.