“Through the Gaze of a Navel” is a Standout

Through the Gaze of a Navel is the anti-yoga class you never knew how much you wanted until it’s already kicking you in the metaphysical butt. Gaze is an inward-out journey documenting how to fail to achieve self-actualization, and the material cost it takes to do so. The production is a part of Canada’s Magnetic … Continue reading “Through the Gaze of a Navel” is a Standout

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“What Happened to the Seeker?” Leaves You Searching for More

When arriving to STO Union’s production of What Happened to the Seeker, leave all ideas of conventional theatre at the door. Nadia Ross, the creator and principal performer of this piece, offers a multidisciplinary and fully immersive experience as part of Canada’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival. In collaboration with George Acheson and Sarah Conn, Ross … Continue reading “What Happened to the Seeker?” Leaves You Searching for More

Festival Theatre at uOttawa

A University of Ottawa class offers its critical perspectives on Canada’s 2015 Magnetic North Theatre Festival. You’ll see some unfamiliar bylines on a number of reviews of productions in this year’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival posted here at New Ottawa Critics. These reviews were written by students in an intensive course at the University of Ottawa solely … Continue reading Festival Theatre at uOttawa