In 2014, Ottawa Fringe Festival favourite Martin Dockery came to the festival with his second two-hander, Moonlight After Midnight. Acting alongside Vanessa Quesnelle, the duo presented a truly mesmerizing piece of theatre that is well remembered by those who saw it even this year and a half later.
At this past summer’s Ottawa Fringe Festival, local superstar Emily Pearlman presented her first solo story-telling show, I Think My Boyfriend Should Have An Accent. Well known for providing whimsical and imaginative theatrical experiences, often as one half of MiCasa Theatre, Pearlman veered away from that familiar territory with a show fully told through stories about her travels, about herself, and about being human. Her fans and Ottawa Fringe Festival patrons couldn’t stay away, leading I Think My Boyfriend Should Have An Accent to have a sold out run and Best of Fest win in its venue. Read the full reviews.