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Arts Court Theatre
Arts Court Theatre
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Ottawa, ON, K1N 6E2
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Burning Passions Theatre
Burning Passions Theatre (registered charity #890767924RR0001) is the parent company of the Classic Theatre Festival, celebrating 25 years of producing professional theatre.
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This summer in downtown Ottawa, experience the laughter, joy, and thrills of your favourite Broadway classics as the Classic Theatre Festival (winner, BroadwayWorld 2022 Best Play, Director and Female Actor Awards) stages the rediscovered comic gem about a Washington, DC love quadrangle, Affairs of State, and "the most fiendishly clever thriller ever written for the stage," Sleuth, July 7 to August 27 at Arts Court Theatre.
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The Classic Theatre Festival is thrilled to announce that the role of the dignified diplomat Philip Russell, who finds himself in a love quadrangle in the rediscovered comic gem Affairs of State, will be performed by Patrick Young.
Patrick was a well-known actor across Canada before spending 30 years training actors as Artistic Director of Dalhousie Theatre Productions and Theatre Erindale at Sheridan-UTM. Performance credits since retiring from academia include Loot, The Secret Garden, Buying the Farm, Come Back (short film), a Jerry Herman concert and a movie yet to be released. He is the author of award-winning plays “Winnie”, Aimee!, and Abigail or The Gold Medal, plus several adaptations of classics.
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Have a blast and I know you will! Congrats Patrick!
Congratulations Patrick! Looking good
Yes!! Congratulations, Patrick Young !! 🎉
Brilliant! Have a wonderful time. So excited for all of you!
Do you still need glasses?
CONGRATULATIONS Patrick! Have a ball!
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