Second Step Offers Up a Tasting Flight of Theatrical Goodies with “Light(less)”

It’s always encouraging to see young independent theatre creators come up in the community and make a name for themselves through bold creative choices. Second Step theatre looks to be one of those companies where we will be able to see exactly that. Though Light(less) only had the briefest of runs (April 17th & 18th), … Continue reading Second Step Offers Up a Tasting Flight of Theatrical Goodies with “Light(less)”

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Dark Day Monday Meets Dark Day Monday

Written by Thea Fitz-James and Wesley Babcock WHAT IS DARK DAY MONDAY TO US? We planted our feet in Toronto, and put down roots. As performers and producers, we knew of many comedy spots, storytelling shows, and performance art showcases in the city. But we could think of few showcases that brought different performance forms, … Continue reading Dark Day Monday Meets Dark Day Monday

“Finishing the Suit touches on big themes

With Finishing the Suit, Bear & Co. make a valuable addition to the history of queer theatre in Ottawa. Thematically rich and dealing with important aspects of gay identity and modern British history, Suit suffers from an existential premise that perhaps draws too much attention to itself, though its strengths, as well its strong directing … Continue reading “Finishing the Suit touches on big themes

Don’t Pass By “Les Passants”

For the first time ever, the Great Canadian Theatre Company is mounting a bilingual co-production with the hopes of forging new artistic relationships and creative opportunities within the city. Les Passants, written by Luc Moquin and directed by Jean Stéphane Roy, represents an “unprecedented partnership” in Ottawa and is a production you certainly won’t want … Continue reading Don’t Pass By “Les Passants”