Want a taste of the zeitgeist? The Ottawa Fringe Festival might be your ticket. While the 55-odd shows that comprise this year’s festival (June

Zip lines, multi-media and a button-eyed puppet named DOG: if you needed proof that performing arts for children is evolving while still celebrating its

The Sturdy family is one to which we normally wouldn’t give a second thought. Sure, the teenage son Joey has a disability and spends his

Myles A. Taylor plays Joey in Kill Me Now, Brad Fraser’s black comedy currently at the National Arts Centre. The character is a teenager

Double Exposure: Plays of the Jewish and Palestinian Diasporas Edited by Stephen Orlov and Samah Sabawi (Playwrights Canada Press) In town: Stephen Orlov and Samah Sabawi are

If you’re made uncomfortable by some scenes in Kill Me Now, opening this week at the National Arts Centre, playwright Brad Fraser will be