A ‘youthful engine:’ NAC reaches out to young audiences with adaptation of acclaimed novel Fall on Your Knees
A theatre adaptation of ‘Fall On Your Knees’ is coming to Ottawa, 27 years after the book was first published.
In Focus: The Nutcracker brings holiday magic back to the National Arts Centre
The Nutcracker returned to the NAC stage this holiday season and Capital Current had a chance to get behind the scenes for a sneak peek of the dress rehearsal by Les Grand Ballet Canadiens.
Anastasia’s journey: Musical offers a much needed message of hope and courage
Musical tells the story of the woman pretending to the the last Romanov princess to enjoyable life.
Dear Evan Hansen: A well-meaning musical with an unsatisfying ending
Capital Current’s Rodaina Ibrahim reviews the well-produced show, Dear Evan Hansen, that left some questions unanswered.
Broadway Across Canada brings Dear Evan Hansen to Ottawa
Hit musical Dear Evan Hansen makes its Ottawa debut Aug. 9.
You Oughta Know: Jagged Little Pill on new season of Broadway Across Canada shows
Jagged Little Pill is one of five musicals in the 2022-23 season presented by Broadway Across Canada in Southam Hall at the National Arts Centre.
Ottawa Fringe Festival returns in person to celebrate 25th anniversary
Ottawa Fringe Festival is returning in person after two years to celebrate 25th anniversary.
Looking for laughs: Centretown pub draws a crowd with new comedy night
Ruckus Productions takes on “pay what you can” formats at many local Ottawa bars, including T’s Pub in Centretown.
Indie theatre in Ottawa fights for creativity amidst convoy chaos and COVID constraints
Many venues have shut their doors to protect the safety of civilians and workers alike. But despite the ongoing occupation and the ongoing threat of COVID-19, one little indie theatre is fighting to keep dreams and creativity alive.
‘Mini’ children’s festival marks return of live theatre for Ottawa’s long-running celebration of the arts
Ottawa Children’s Festival returns to a live stage this weekend.
Stories from Living Hyphen magazine adapted for play at Toronto’s High Park
nowhen is a two-part auditory and nature-based play that was performed in Dream in High Park at Toronto’s High Park Theatre this summer.
An ‘immersive’ theatre experience goes from Paris to London to Lansdowne Park
A unique theatre experience, called C-O-N-T-A-C-T, is now on at Lansdowne Park where audience members can follow two characters around outdoors and listen to their dialogue on their phones