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Articles tagged with: Ottawa theatre

April 2010
Therapy at the Rideau Awards

Oh yes, I have been assured, no one knows how to strut better than those in the theatre. This is why Sunday’s Rideau Awards at De La Salle High School holds such promise, an auditorium full of theatre people who are allowed to be as interactive as they want.

March 2010

There’s a media call tomorrow for the Gladstone Theatre’s new musical Blood Brothers. Media coordinator Crystal Parsons is on the phone telling me I have to go if only to hear Emmanuelle Zeesman sing Tell Me It’s Not True. But I’m more interested in what Parsons says next.
She’s leaving her work in theatre promotion. Blood Brothers is her last show. On April 12 she will start commuting to the Library and Archives of Canada for a job as an archivist, the “thing I’ve more or less trained for.” (After graduate …

March 2010

Jessica Ruano is finishing off her Master’s thesis, even as I write this. Pretty much the only things that will distract her are slam poetry and Theatre Day (March 27). For the latter she decided to run over memories about the most-memorable theatre she’s seen during the past decade in Ottawa. Well the time frame is a bit flexible, as is the location. But Ruano has one of the music musical ears for reviewing:
“Oh, Pierre Brault. Even my mother’s friends who know little else about theatre in Ottawa will swoon …

March 2010

I’ve been trying to figure out why Ottawa’s theatre people, of all those in the city’s arts, are the most interactive. Not all of them, but the ones who post the most interesting online messages, the ones who return phone calls, the ones who comment on and support other creatives and the ones who really seem to be excited about what they are doing. They’ve even got their own awards show – the Rideau Awards on April 18. If there are other local arts sectors that offer awards, information on …

March 2010

Theatre has never been a high priority during an Ottawa night out. That’s a good thing for the local industry because the blanker the slate, the broader the palette, and there are now enough signposts of change to predict that Ottawa’s theatre could become as vibrant as its music, although maybe not in the manner you’d expect.
Theatre at the National Arts Centre is moribund, existing through fewer and fewer older patrons and internationally known products without attempting to engage a younger audience with different dramatic desires. The Great Canadian Theatre …

February 2010

During the past two weeks, I’ve heard a dozen times from theatre people that their sector is dying a slow death. Audiences are down, and ticket prices can’t be raised. Oh yes, and public funds are comatose. This is all true, I commiserated. 
But then I started watching the Olympics and absolutely marveled at the hundreds, even thousands, of people who would stand in the rain on a mountain to see a brief flash of an athlete, and probably pay $200 to do it. What is it about sports that gets …

January 2010

I’ve been trying to understand why the amount on the bill I receive from my telecommunications provider is different each month. There are no extra charges incurred by me, but the amount is always a few dollars different. So I read the company’s service agreement. I understood the words, but the overall meaning escaped me. It made me irreverently receptive to the company’s message. I’ve been in this dance hall before but for an entirely opposite reason, and it’s William Shakespeare’s fault. Alfred Harbage calls it “reverently unreceptive,” the way …

January 2010

However you’ve landed here, welcome. I’m hoping it’s because you are part of, or just interested in, Ottawa’s arts and creativity. That’s what UnFolding’s blog is all about, as will be its full Website when it launches in early March. Both carry on the print edition’s attempt (as Kitch Art 2007-2009; as UnFolding 2009) to reveal that Ottawa is actually a very creative place. As far as I can tell, this is the first entity devoted to all Ottawa’s arts. Others do parts of it very well, but it is …