“The Public Servant” Gets the Pink Slip

Long, winding, unable to see the light: all attributes of any government office, and of The Public Servant. Also taupe -- very, very taupe. This production, created by Theatre Columbus and presented by the Great Canadian Theatre Company in association with Canada’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival, offers lots of insight and inside jokes, but in … Continue reading “The Public Servant” Gets the Pink Slip

“The Public Servant” Seems Questionable for International Audiences

If you were to douse yourself in maple syrup, peameal bacon, and poutine, while shouting “O Canada” at the top of your lungs, you couldn’t beat The Public Servant at Canadian-ness. This Ottawa-pleasing show, produced by the Great Canadian Theatre Company in association with Theatre Columbus, aims to shine a light on the life of … Continue reading “The Public Servant” Seems Questionable for International Audiences