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REVIEW: In One Step At A Time, Andrew Prashad unpacks disability through tap dance

Prashad’s play is undeniably impactful and advocates for the spina bifida community with great passion and joy.

By Taylor Marie Graham / Apr 19, 2024

REVIEW: Guilt sends Diane Flacks on an odyssey of culpability 

There’s lots of great stuff going on in Guilt — but much of the heart of the play lies just below the surface of the sand onstage.

By Aisling Murphy / Feb 23, 2024

REVIEW: Just like Luke Reece’s life story, As I Must Live It is open-ended

In his 90-minute spoken-word solo show, Recce reaches who he needs to reach, offering a piece full of complexity and nostalgia.

By Eleanor Yuneun Park / Feb 23, 2024

REVIEW: Ottawa’s undercurrents festival explores a vast sea of emotions and styles

Curated by Ottawa Fringe, the 14th rendition of undercurrents festival has concluded, having brought fresh, fiery theatre productions to audiences in Canada's capital.

By Amira Benjamin, and Aisling Murphy / Feb 21, 2024