What’s Happening In Ottawa:

Rocky Horror Show

Sock ‘n’ Buskin Theatre Company presents The Rocky Horror Show

Ready to do the Time Warp at the Science Fiction/Double Feature?  Damnit, Janet! Get your tickets now! Learn more about The Rocky Horror Show

Reasons to be Pretty

Red.Collective presents Reasons To Be Pretty ***CANCELLED***

Red.Collective continues their 2012-2013 season with a play by Neil Labute first premiered on Broadway to positive reviews - the third in a trilogy which focuses on body image.   Learn more about Reasons To Be Pretty

Ottawa Little Theatre Presents All My Sons

REVIEW: 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 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?

Talking Theatre, starting the discussin about theatre in Ottawa

Episode #10, Talking Theatre with Carmen Aguirre

The episode where Allan and Andrew jump off a cliff in a followup on last episode before sitting down to talk with Carmen Aguirre about her hit show, Blue Box, opening next week at the GCTC. Plus, we’re giving away tickets.

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All My Sons

Ottawa Little Theatre presents 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 more about OLT’s All My Sons

Mrs. Dally Has A Lover

A.C.T. (Acting for Cinema & Television) presents Mrs. Dally Has A Lover **RUN EXTENDED**

Local acting training and workshop studio, A.C.T., brings William Hanley’s 1962 play of a torrid love affair to their stage for public performance this week. **Extra shows added January 16-19th*** Learn more about Mrs. Dally Has A Lover

CWA nominee

Production Ottawa receives 2012 Ninjamatics Canadian Weblog Awards nominations

What better way to ring in the New Year than with good news!  Here at Production Ottawa, we’re pretty jazzed to find ourselves on the list of nominees for web awards from the cool folks at Ninjamatics. Read on to find out what categories we were nominated in…

Talking Theatre, starting the discussin about theatre in Ottawa

Episode #9, Talking Love for Theatre, with Chris Ralph, Richard Gélinas, and Catriona Leger

The episode where Allan and Andrew talk about just theatre in general with Chris Ralph, Richard Gélinas and our first ever returning guest, Catriona Leger.

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Black Box Set Theatre Festival comes to The Gladstone

It’s hard to catch every great show that comes through town, right?  And sometimes you don’t even pick up on the hype until it’s too late and you’ve missed your chance.  Well, the Gladstone Theatre’s Black Box Set Theatre Festival is all about second chances!  They’re bringing you a few of the best one-act plays that toured this earlier year. Learn more about the plays.

Survive the Holidays

Can you Survive the Holidays? A Petrov family Christmas.

Have you met the family that makes the Adams Family look like ideal neighbours? On the interwebz, if you weren’t aware, is an interactive horror movie that was produced right here in Ottawa. Well, don’t feel bad if you can’t (or haven’t yet tried to) survive the house, the Petrov family loves you anyway, and they’ve made this Christmas sing-along video to show it. Watch the video and learn more about Survive the House

Miracle on 34th Street Art+Type

REVIEW: Miracle on 34th Street

The Gladstone Theatre’s annual radio play has become a holiday tradition, and this year’s offering is a classic Christmas tale suitable for the entire family. Should you see it?

Holiday Mosaic

Happy Holidays from Production Ottawa!

Hi there, Ottawa. Just wanted to take a moment to wish all of you happy holidays in whatever style you celebrate and all the absolute best successes in whatever opportunities 2013 throws your way. Keep being awesome, Ottawa, and we’ll keep talking about it. Watch the video greeting.