Saying goodbye to the Bytowne underlines importance of supporting small cinemas
Following announcement of its closure, the Bytowne Cinema is proof why we shouldn’t take our city’s slowly-disappearing gems for granted.
Faces of change: Jessica Ruano advocates for the arts community in Ottawa and abroad
Capital Current continues its occasional series profiling some of the people who are making a difference in our community: From theatre to community support to journalism, Jessica Ruano has worked to pave the way for younger artists in Canada and abroad. In 2006, she founded the Ottawa Arts Newsletter in response to what she felt was a lack of local…
Ottawa theatres in forced intermission because of COVID-19 closures
Not being able to attend live theatre is becoming a major issue for smaller theatre companies.
First season of NAC’s Indigenous Theatre winds down; artists hope for expanding opportunities
With the first season of the NAC’s Indigenous Theatre program winding down, Indigenous artists hope the spotlight remains and representation continues.
Play called Honey Dew Me thrives despite Facebook ad rules
A play about the surveillance of gay public servants in the 1950s has an ad blocked by Facebook.
A Rocky Horror: Local theatre may lose the cult classic
Capital Current goes to what very well may be the last halloween showings of the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show at Ottawa’s Mayfair Theatre.