When Denise Eileen Garrett was young living in Memphis, Tennessee, she had a secret passion. Like a lot of kids, she liked to listen to music at night after lights out. Under her blankets she was enjoying soul, R&B and blues tunes until 2 or
Ottawa's Kevin Reeves is a pretty eclectic guy. He runs a choir called Seventeen Voyces and is heavily involved in the classical music scene in town. He has written operas and he is an adept caricaturist. Now he's made a movie called Sarah MacDougall Meets
The public will get a chance to see Marc Chagall's The Eiffel Tower starting on Saturday, the National Gallery of Canada has announced. The painting will be on view in the European galleries on the second floor alongside Chagall’s earlier painting Memories of Childhood.
Commedia dell’arte is a form of bawdy, mischievous, absurdist theatre, originating in Italy in the 16th century. The plays are performed by stock characters, from the villainous to the angelic, wearing masks covering the top half of the face. You can experience commedia dell’arte every
Pierre-Luc Clement seems to like controlled chaos.
The guitarist, bassist and occasional sampler and co-founder of the Gatineau-based band FET.NAT has found that he's not afraid of heights when he makes music with his friends JfNo (vocals), Linsey Wellman (saxophones) and Olivier Fairfield (percussion). If you
Julian Armour is always juggling concerts. He programs literally dozens and dozens each year in his summer festival Music and Beyond.
His goal is to control the chaos onto a one page grid where the entire two weeks appears and can be visualized immediately. Every year the
Michael Curtis Hanna is getting together with some of his musical friends June 29 on a stage at the Ottawa Jazz Festival. It's something the Ottawa-area singer likes to do. And in many ways, this show is part of the fulfillment of a lifelong connection
Nick Feldman's musical journey is a long and winding one.
After leaving the University of Liverpool he joined a booking agent and started signing bands for gigs and more. One of his first inkings was Adam and the Ants. Feldman started getting more and more involved
Josephine, a burlesque cabaret dream play
Dynamite Lunchbox Entertainment, Orlando, U.S.A.
Three days into the festival and Josephine is already packing the house. Little wonder: like her subject — 20th-century performer, activist and gourmand of life Josephine Baker -—Tymisha Harris’s portrayal is intelligent, textured and immensely entertaining.
God of Carnage
Stendhal X, Montreal
“We’re always on our own everywhere,” says one of the characters toward the end of God of Carnage, Yasmina Reza’s acute 2006 play about the fragility of our civilized veneer. That aloneness is precisely what Stendhal X’s adaptation spotlights as we