Even if you haven’t seen the eponymous film, I’m sure you’re familiar with the premise of Calendar Girls: a group of middle-aged women create a risqué calendar for charity whose popularity exceeds their wildest dreams. It’s an interesting story filled with moments of laughter, love, and life. Audiences of all ages have been pleased with this light-hearted fare from the Ottawa Little Theatre so far and I’m sure you will be too.
Novelist and playwright J.B. Priestley’s first ever play, Dangerous Corner, is billed at the OLT as a psychological thriller. It’s a night of revelations as friends gather and reminisce about a tragedy from a year ago, where not everything is as it seems.
A charming, humble girl finds herself making the decision of a lifetime. At the Ottawa Little Theatre, Sabrina Fair brings romance to the stage in this 1953 Samuel Taylor play. Read the full review.
With a killer out for revenge, The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie is a murder mystery that hopes to slay audiences at the Ottawa Little Theatre. Read the full review.
Touch and Go is a witty comedy about two best friend adulterers who get tangled up in a web of their own lies. Read the full review.