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.
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.
The Servant of Two Masters is the first of three shows being put on by the graduating class of Algonquin College’s Theatre Arts program (i.e., Ottawa’s next generation of creative professionals) over in Algonquin’s black box studio. It’s a comedy, and there are masks. Read the full review.