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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.

Special Plans for Ottawa Little Theatre’s Centennial

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Ottawa Little Theatre is Ottawa’s oldest and longest running community theatre and has come a long way since it’s first night of shows in 1913. For this coming 100th season, they’ve chosen one of the best plays produced from every decade they’ve been in operation.

REVIEW: Self Help

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REVIEW: What happens when a pair of married and long struggling actors realize that their talent could be put to use in a much more lucrative way? Grab a seat for Norm Foster’s Self Help, at the Ottawa Little Theatre, and you’ll learn just how funny the answer to that question is. Should you see it?

OLT Presents Self Help


Hal and Cindy Savage are actors turned self improvement coaches who might be able to use a little bit of their own medicine in Norm Foster’s comedy, Self Help. And that’s before the dead body shows up. Check out our video and photo preview of Self Help, running at the Ottawa Little Theatre.