theatre

U of O’s production of Princess T a story of love and power with cast led by puppet  Photos by Annie Thomas “I am the curtain,” announces a figure dressed completely in black with a delicately painted white face. “And I am rising,” answers the chorus on a curtainless stage. The cast and crew of the …

SOCIAL CLIMBING, AN obsession with the upper class, and commentaries about pompous aristocrats are all topics in the satire Le Bourgeois gentilhomme. Written by Molière and composed by Jean-Baptiste Lully in 17th-century France, the play is now coming to the University of Ottawa campus, as a translation and adaptation under the name Mamamouchi, on March …

How to get involved in the arts on campus WHETHER YOU PLAY an instrument, or love to sing, act, or dance, if you would like to continue doing so on campus you’ve come to the right school. With musical ensembles and tango classes, the University of Ottawa boasts a variety of options for the artistically inclined. Theatre If you’re a true theatre guru, …

Local theatre company celebrates 25 years of productions Èva Morin | Fulcrum Contributor FOR THE PAST two decades, Odyssey Theatre has been a summer staple for the Ottawa community. The company’s summer program, aptly named Theatre Under the Stars, uses  Strathcona Park in the Sandy Hill neighbourhood as  centre stage, performing plays in front of an all-ages audience. In celebration of …

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