Arthur Miller's All My Sons is a tale about the importance of personal responsibility as well as an indictment of those who seek to profit from war, as powerfully shown in the current Broadway revival.
Earth Sucks has a campy feel, clever dialogue, humor, and good ‘ol rock n' roll music while addressing broad issues like capitalism, media, and the vapid mindlessness which accompanies and results in this mentality.
They are rock stars in Japan, but their roots are in Canada. And their successful fusion of Canadian/Japanese pop rock is so well loved that the Government of Japan named them the “Goodwill Ambassadors” of the 80th anniversary of Japan-Canada relations this year.
Ottawa's time-honoured Tree Reading Series featured Cyril Dabydeen, a former Poet Laureate of the city, sharing some of his vintage works in the comfortable Library room at the landmark Arts Court on Tuesday.
This October, the city's concert-goers could choose between such exotic locations as Poland and Greece with a rare performance of symphonic music by Szymanowski, and Mozart's first major opera Idomeneo (The King of Crete).