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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Join the discussion! Leave us a comment, send email, or hit us up on twitter using the hashtag #TalkingTheatre. You can find Allan @thatmackeyguy, Andrew @snobiwan, and Production Ottawa @hithereottawa. Tell us what your favourite show was in 2012 (and why) and one randomly selected commenter will get a pair of tickets to see Carmen Aguirre’s Blue Box at the GCTC.

Here in episode 10, Allan’s back and he and Andrew follow up a bit on episode 9 before sitting down for an interview with Carmen Aguirre. Closing the show, we tell you how you can win tickets to Blue Box and start thinking about Fringe 2013

Happy New Years Ottawa!

You can check ProductionOttawa.com/Calendar for a full listing of everything coming up, or visit the front page of ProductionOttawa.com for details on every show.

Things we talked about during this episode:

Episode 9 of Talking Theatre - with Catriona Leger, Chris Ralph, and Richard Gélinas
Episode 7 of Talking Theatre - Theatre 101 with Patrick Gauthier
GCTC presents Blue Box (preview online January 17th)
Ottawa Little Theatre presents All My Sons
Black Sheep Theatre presents Batboy: The Musical (preview available January 13th)
Undercurrents 2013 (including Little Orange Man and a lot of other great shows)


Special thanks to the Great Canadian Theatre Company for hosting Talking Theatre this week. Check out Blue Box, opening January 15th and running through February 3rd.


Talking Theatre is a bi-weekly podcast co-hosted by Allan Mackey (editor and lead reviewer for Production Ottawa) and Andrew Snowdon (theatre reviewer for Apt 613). We talk about theatre and things of interest to people interested in theatre.

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