Episode 10b, Talking The Year That Was

In this bonus episode of talking theatre, Allan and Andrew chat about theatre in Ottawa over December and 2012, including Shakespeare, bus rides, and Crush Improv. We’ve also included some sound bytes cut from previous episodes and some other fun outtakes.

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Here in episode 10b, we’re giving you a segment we cut from our recording for episode 10. Allan and Andrew ring in the new year talking about some of the highlights of the last year. In honour of the bonus episode, we’ve also included some sound bytes that we cut from previous episodes and other outtakes.

Full and proper episode of Talking Theatre (#11) will be online later in the week with a guest segment featuring Patrick Gauthier and talking all about the upcoming Undercurrents festival at the GCTC.

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:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
A MacSummer Night’s Dream
Julius Caesar
How It Works
Speed the Plow
Circle Mirror Transformation
The Number 14
Crush Five


Special thanks to the Great Canadian Theatre Company for hosting Talking Theatre this week. Check out Blue Box,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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