3 Guys Talking Theatre, The Beginning

In the first episode of 3 Guys Talking Theatre, Allan, Kevin, and Andrew talk about what Ottawa can expect in the upcoming theatre season. Talk focuses on the upcoming seasons of The Gladstone, the Great Canadian Theatre Company, and The Ottawa Little Theatre including what’s got our antennae raised.

What do you think? What are you looking forward to in the upcoming year when it comes to theatre in Ottawa? What’s the one show topping your list? Tell us in the comments below. We’d really like to hear from you.

Useful Links:

The Ottawa Little Theatre’s upcoming season on Production Ottawa
The Ottawa Little Theatre’s website
The Great Canadian Theatre Company’s upcoming season covered by Production Ottawa
The Great Canadian Theatre Company’s website
The Gladstone’s upcoming season on Production Ottawa
The Gladstone’s website
Review for Circle Mirror Transformation
Review for Jasper’s Station
Episode sponsors: The Daily Grind
Apartment 613
The Visitorium

Follow Allan on Twitter (@thatmackeyguy)
Follow Kevin on Twitter (@visitorium)
Follow Andrew on Twitter (@snowbiwan)

Special thanks to the Daily Grind Arts Cafe for allowing us to record our first episode in one of their upstairs meeting rooms.

What people are saying:

  1. Bryan says:

    Great first entry guys I’m looking forward to adding you to my….weekly/biweekly mid day blog at work.


  2. Great job folks! Looking forward to the next episode.

  3. Allan Mackey says:

    Thank you both for listening.

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  1. [...] 3 Guys Talking Theatre. What happens when I get together with other local theatre afficionados, Andrew Snowdon and Kevin Reid or Apt 613 and the Visitorium respectively? Well, we record what we talk about and put it online for Ottawa to hear, naturally. 3 Guys Talking Theatre is the new bi-weekly podcast where you can hear 3 guys talk about theatre in Ottawa and with people who are involved with theatre in Ottawa. This has already started, so you should go and check out the first episode. [...]

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