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REVIEW: All My Sons

Ottawa Little Theatre Presents All My Sons

Ottawa Little Theatre’s recently opened All My Sons kicks off 2013 with the fourth show of their ten shows from ten decades which celebrates their 100th season. The award-winning, Arthur Miller penned drama is set shortly after the end of WWII and was previously produced by Ottawa Little Theatre in 1949 and then again in 1984. Should you see it?

Ottawa Little Theatre presents All My Sons

All My Sons

The Ottawa Little Theatre begins the new year with a drama by Arthur Miller, written in 1947 and originally performed by OLT in 1949. Learn about All My Sons.

REVIEW: Black Coffee

REVIEW: Black Coffee at Ottawa Little Theatre

Sir Claude Amory has some papers of value stolen from him and so he gathers all the suspects together and brings in a detective to help him get them back. When Sir Claude then ends up the victim of foul play, the detective finds himself with a much bigger case. Black Coffee is Agatha Christie’s first mystery written for the stage, and her only play to feature her famous detective Hercule Poirot. Should you see it?

Ottawa Little Theatre presents Black Coffee

Ottawa Little Theatre presents Agatha Christie's Black Coffee

Everybody loves a good mystery. And if anybody writes a good whodunit, it’s Agatha Christie. This time out, Ottawa Little Theatre is presenting Agatha Christie’s first-ever mystery written for the stage, Black Coffee, and Ottawa Little Theatre wants to know if you can figure out whodunit (i.e. contest). We won’t tell you whodunit, but we will tell and show you more about the show.