Venue 6 – La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins - Studio A
SUNDAY, JUNE 24
On closing night, the Festival’s best selling shows – one from each of the Fringe’s six lottery venues – will stage a round of encore performances.
Best of Fest winners will be announced online on Friday, June 22, with the performances serving as a fundraiser for the Ottawa Fringe. Ticket revenue from these performances are split 50/50 between the artist and the Festival.
Ashley Whitehead & Natalie Tin Yin Gan
They’re pink! They’re passionate! They’re practically perfect in every play. Through saucy song and aggressive choreography, this hilarious duo dives into cheeky vulva personas in search of acceptance of themselves and of each other.
“Clever, fascinating, and absorbing” – Plank Magazine
“Humorously subverts societal expectations in unexpected ways” – Vandocument
A mix of theatre & storytelling, Drunk Girl explores the intimacy, terror and celebration of women who drink. We follow 2 enigmatic characters, asking why so many smart, high-achieving women love a drink or 10. Drunk Girl is that moment the party takes a turn, a rollercoaster of calorie-counting keg parties and false feminisms. Is the drunk girl a contemporary crisis or radical feminist?
How important is Art to a society? How will a culture be remembered if it has created no art? Multi award winning actor and playwright Pierre Brault, portrays multiple characters in this homage to his two greatest loves; history and the theatre.
“Brault is pure actor, a pleasure to watch.” – The Sunday Independent (Ireland)
“Pierre Brault is a national capital treasure” – CBC Radio
Heirloom Toys is a modern theatrical circus show with something for everyone. Family-friendly but not just for kids, this show explores themes of loss, discovery, and renewal. Set in a toy workshop, this is the story of how a new friend can help an old tinkerer find a new lease on life.
Enjoy a circus spectacle presented by a world-class troupe of Canadian acrobats and aerial performers.
Jess has it all together… at least that’s what she wants you to think. After an accidental and horrifying blast from the past, Jess begins to recount her less than virtuous teen and young adult life. We are what we remember, and what Jess remembers isn’t the greatest picture. But time heals all things… right?
Unashamed, unabashed, and unapologetic, Jess is ready to take you on a journey of what *really* happened – and it’s gonna be dirty. She’s ready for the first steps of recovery.