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The first time I saw this mall back in the 1970s it was packed with stores from end to end. As time went on the stores began to disappear, with some being covered over with blank walls. There was a 2 screen movie theater and it closed down too. This is an updated video of the mall made with a much better camera than I had the last time. There is some hope for this mall known as Place De Ville however as it will hold a station for the new underground train system being built in Ottawa. This should bring in a steady stream of customers to jump start some life back into this once great mall. In the mean time this is an easy destination for urban exploration.
A giant mechanical fire-breathing dragon-horse is wandering the streets of Ottawa as part of Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations, along with a giant mechanical spider. The theatrical production “La Machine” runs through Sunday. (July 28) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.
Watch the review: http://youtu.be/rlEHC3CwX88 This preview of Lost in Yonkers at the Ottawa Little Theatre brought to you by Production Ottawa (http://productionottawa.com) Lost in Yonkers opens at the Ottawa Little Theatre on January 10th. Check out their website http://ottawalittletheatre.com for full show info.
Alesya of Solo Theater School in Atlanta, Georgia talks about her experience on a children's theater exchange that recently happened with Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre in Ottawa, Ontario. Featuring reviews of performances "Up to Low" (novel by Brian Doyle; adapted and directed for the stage by Janet Irwin) and "The Magic Paintbrush" (produced and performed by Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre) as a creative assignment for a workshop on theatre criticism, taught by Brianna McFarlane (critic at www.newottawacritics.com). The collage displayed over the audio is a variety of photographs, souvenirs, memories, etc. that Alesya feels reflects her overall experience as a young theatre artist in a new place.
The official music video for Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" from her 3rd studio album, Jagged Little Pill. The song was written by Morissette along with Glen Ballard. Alanis Morissette’s, “Jagged Little Pill” turns 20 years old this year! Re-visit the classic album from Alanis here! https://itunes.apple.com/album/jagged-little-pill/id79989523 Connect with Alanis Morissette here! http://alanis.com/ https://www.facebook.com/alanismorissette https://twitter.com/alanis https://instagram.com/alanis https://soundcloud.com/alanismorissette
For all your local theatre coverage: http://productionottawa.com Show information including dates and times: http://gctc.ca The official Production Ottawa review of Self Help: http://youtu.be/7wllr_Nnxnk East of Berlin runs at the Great Canadian Theatre Company (Irving Greenberg Theatre) until April 8th. Video Produced by Valley Wind Productions for Production Ottawa. Show Producer: Allan Mackey TAGS: East of Berlin, preview, production ottawa, joel beddows, gctc, great canadian theatre company, Hannah Moscovitch, nazi, paraguay, holocaust, Simon Bradshaw, Catherine Boutin, Pierre-Antoine Lafon Simard, war criminal, theatre, ottawa, memory play, allan mackey
The New Theatre of Ottawa launches its 2011-2012 season that includes world premieres Dreams of Whales by Dean Hawes and The Player's Advice to Shakespeare by Brian K. Stewart, as well as the Extremely Short Play Festival. This is NTO's first full season as the resident company at Arts Court. Video by Kevin Burton of the DIGI60 Film Festival Music by Brian K. Stewart Featuring John Koensgen, Mary Ellis, and Brian K. Stewart
Cineplex and Scotiabank have a chain of ten theatres known as Scotiabank Theatre. Many locations, however, have an arcade that is poorly maintained with several broken games. Scotiabank Theatre Ottawa is notorious for this. It had flagship games like Guitar Hero Arcade and Mario Kart Arcade GP, but the theatre neglected maintenance once these broke down. Although Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA was available since 2006, its pads were quickly worn out due to frequent use. Instead of putting the effort to fix them, the theatre (then called SilverCity Gloucester) kept charging for the broken game and never fixed it, despite dozens of requests by many gamers. It was temporarily withdrawn for a few months in 2016, with the issue persisting. The game was retired in spring 2017. Still, a numbe...
Join the discussion: http://productionottawa.com Show times and box office info: http://ottawalittletheatre.com Official Review for Beyond a Joke: (coming soon) Bonus Clip: http://youtu.be/rXQcg1Stp0U Beyond a Joke runs at the Ottawa Little Theatre until May 19th. Show produced by Allan Mackey TAGS: Beyond a Joke, Derek Benfield, Ottawa Little Theatre, OLT, Dorothy Ann Gardner, Paul Gardner, Kelly Fuoco, Seamus O'Brien, British Frace, Comedy, Dead Bodies, Ottawa, Theatre, Preview, Production Ottawa, play,
Joe Gaspar Band at Gladstone Theater Ottawa in June 2013. Concert snippets from the Romanian National TV broadcast. -Morning dew -a la Jeff Beck -Spider woman -Joe Gaspar Band -Can't find my way home -Blind Faith a la Joe Gaspar Band -Smile to me -Joe Gaspar Band -Sunshine of your love -Cream
A modern interpretation of Don Giovanni with a new English libretto by AtG artistic director Joel Ivany, #UncleJohn will be part of this year's Ottawa Chamberfest. The creative team behind AtG’s 2013 Dora Award-winning Figaro’s Wedding is reunited, with lighting design by Jason Hand and set and costume design by Patrick Du Wors. Acclaimed Toronto string ensemble The Cecilia Quartet provides accompaniment in a new piano quintet arrangement under the direction of guest music director Miloš Repický. August 3, 4, and 6th at uOttawa's Tabaret Hall 550 Cumberland Street, Ottawa ON Tickets: $35, general admission www.chamberfest.com Cast and Creative Team Cameron McPhail: Uncle John Neil Craighead: Leporello Miriam Khalil: Elvira Betty Waynne Allison: Anna Sean Clark: Ottavio Sharlee...
Other Desert Cities runs January 11 - 28, 2017 at Ottawa Little Theatre. For tickets call 613-233-8948 or www.ottawalittletheatre.com. The play’s events occur around the Christmas 2004 holiday, at the home of Polly and Lyman Wyeth in Palm Springs, California, where they are joined by their easy-going son Trip and Polly’s sister Silda straight out of rehab. Polly and Lyman (a Reagan-like former movie star) are Republicans, while Silda (who with Polly co-wrote a series of MGM comedies in the 60s) is a liberal. Their daughter Brooke Wyeth returns home after an absence of six years, announcing to her family that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family’s history involving her late brother Henry who had been involved with the radical underground sub...
Join the discussion: http://productionottawa.com Looking for more info: http://ottawalittletheatre.com Or check our our preview: http://youtu.be/FieYBf5EwaY For lovers of the written word, here's the review script in print form: Picture the most dysfunctional family you can think of. Maybe yours. Now kick them out of the picture and make way for the family in Lost in Yonkers. Grandma emigrated from Germany to Yonkers, New York, bringing with her only the harsh life lessons of her own upbringing to raise her family by. In Neil Simon's Pulitzer prize winning coming-of-age comedy, Simon takes a hard look at this family through the eyes of 13 and 15 year old Jay and Arty who suddenly have to spend ten months living with their estranged grandma while their dad is on the road. Ottawa Little...
Whispering Pines runs @ GCTC until Nov 13th. http://gctc.ca The Great Canadian Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Whispering Pines. Written by Ottawa native and former resident playwright Richard Sanger, Whispering Pines explores a series of themes that range from love and loss to governmental control and betrayal. Unfortunately, the play is so convoluted and messy that I'm still trying to figure out what exactly went on. There's the plot: a socialist couple behind the Berlin wall in 1987 meet an academic from Canada who turns their lives upside down. Then the three old friends are reunited 20 years later on the shore of Lake Superior, where the German couple relocated after the wall fell. And there's the execution; which was a series of flashbacks, flashforwards, and imagined...
Full preview http://productionottawa.com/stonesinhispockets Review: http://productionottawa.com/stoneinhispocketsreview Full show details: http://thegladstone.ca TAGS: marie nolan, john p kelly, richard gelinas, zach counsil, stones in his pockets, ottawa, theatre, comedy, ireland, irish play, film set, seventhirty productions, the gladstone, fun, funny, lol