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Arts Court Theatre
Arts Court Theatre
2 Daly Avenue
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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Upon offering her a menu and asking what the dour Soviet agent would like to eat:
Nina Ivanovna Yakushova aka Ninotchka: "Raw beets and carrots."
Pere Mathieu, the Cafe Owner: "Madame, this is a restaurant, not a meadow.”
If you love the mischievous comedy of Ernst Lubitsch (here from Ninotchka with Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglas) and other "golden age of Hollywood" filmmakers, you'll love the Classic Theatre Festival's production of a rediscovered gem from a leading screenwriter of the era, Louis Verneiul, whose gently sophisticated storytelling style in Affairs of State will tickle your funny bone, touch your heart, and marvel at the wit and whimsy of an era not unlike our own.
To order your 15% discounted theatre vouchers and tickets to our 2023 Ottawa season (which also includes the classic thriller Sleuth), visit or call (613) 695-9330 no later than April 1! ... See MoreSee LessView Comments
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Wanna know a secret? You can enjoy a 15% discount on your summer season pass to all your Broadway favourites at downtown Ottawa's Classic Theatre Festival, winner of BroadwayWorld's Best Play Award for 2022! Don't know your dates yet? You can purchase a spring savings voucher and redeem it anytime you like. Savour the savings and the flexibility when you call us by April 1 at (613) 695-9330 or visit ... See MoreSee LessA project of Burning Passions Theatre. For more information:
Mrs. Warren's Profession, 2018: Director, Laurel Smith; Set Designer, Roger Schultz; Costume Designer, Renate Seiler; Production Manager/Lighting Designer: Wesley McKenzie. With Nicholas Rice and Anna Burkholder (photo, Jean-Denis Labelle)
Truth and Reconciliation is more than words. They must be equaled with action. As a means of acknowledging the land and people where we are privileged to live and work, we sought out the wisdom of Lynn Gehl, an Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe from the Ottawa River Valley. For Lynn’s Land Acknowledgement Statement, click HERE.