“Pardon Me, Prime Minister” Makes for Perfect Summer Theatre

Pardon Me, Prime Minister closes out Ottawa Little Theatre’s 104th season. This British farce, though a bit dated, has a snappy comic pace (especially in the second act) and a silly premise that makes it perfect for summer community theatre. In the Prime Minster’s office at 10 Downing Street at some point in the 1970s, … Continue reading “Pardon Me, Prime Minister” Makes for Perfect Summer Theatre

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“The Ghomeshi Effect”: A Step in the Right Direction

I want to begin this review with a preface: the following article is not intended to discredit the experiences of those interviewed for The Ghomeshi Effect; the experiences of the performers delivering such dark material; or the gumption of creator-director Jessica Ruano, choreographer Amelia Griffin, and the entirety of Perspective Collective Theatre company for making … Continue reading “The Ghomeshi Effect”: A Step in the Right Direction