Showing no fear

By Douglas Cuff
Actor, Breaking the Code

When I stepped on the OLT stage for the first time this month I was terrified. I’m used to much more “intimate” theatres, which is the euphemism that actors use for “small.” As in, “There are no intimate parts, just intimate actors.” (Wow, that […]

Designing The Code

By Robin Riddihough
Set designer, Breaking The Code

This play – tightly based on Alan Turing’s biography – covers his memories of the key turning points in his life.  He broke two Codes – the famous Enigma Code and the infamous social Code against homosexuality in 1950’s England.  Like most of […]

An actor’s tradition

By Shaun Toohey
Actor, Breaking The Code

In just over 2 weeks, baring any acts of God, Breaking The Code will open at Ottawa Little Theatre and the anticipation is building for myself and the rest of the cast and crew as we head into the hectic but enjoyable final rehearsal push.  On my way […]

 


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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

Time: 7:30 pm

Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

Time: 7:30 pm

Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

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Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

Time: 7:30 pm

Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

* Douglas Bowie TalkbackDouglas Bowie Talkback

Time: 9:30 pm

Kingston-based playwright Douglas Bowie, Author of Goodbye, Picadilly, visits OLT for a talkback.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

Time: 7:30 pm

Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

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Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

Time: 7:30 pm

Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

Time: 7:30 pm

Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

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Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Goodbye, PiccadillyGoodbye, Piccadilly

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Full of heart, humour and surprises, this is a universal story about the families (and family secrets!) we have and the families we make.

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* Public Play ReadingsPublic Play Readings

Time: 2:00 pm

Readings of the winning entries to OLT's 74th National One-Ace Playwriting Competition. 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets: per reading for both

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* Playwrights WorkshopPlaywrights Workshop

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The Process of a Play with resident dramaturg Erica Kopyto. From the initial idea to readings to workshop to production: what are the steps that help a playwright write, edit and complete a production-ready play?

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