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The National Arts Centre, more commonly known as NAC, is a platform for artists to perform different arts. A National Historic Site in Canada, it is situated in Ottawa and is quite popular in the country. The venue has four stages. The first stage is known as the Southam Hall and is basically designed for Orchestra, ballets or other major visiting events and shows. The second hall known as The Theater is designed for both English and French theater and dance. The third stage, known as The Studio, is another theater for performances which need a more close and warm atmosphere. The Fourth Stage is generally used for community programs.
The NAC English Theater is now running shows for its 2014-15 season, which is being directed by the imaginative Jillian Keiley. This is her second season as director after taking the reigns from the previous director Peter Hinton in 2012.
The attendance for the current season so far has already reached a huge total of sixty two thousand. The attendances for the last three years are forty eight thousand, fifty two thousand and fifty eight thousand, respectively. When Keiley was asked what attracts the viewers to come back for her work, she said that it remains a mystery. The last Christmas show directed by Keiley, “The Sound of Music” received extensions twice and became the most viewed show in the forty four year history of the art center.
Obaaberima is a play written and performed by TawiahM'Carthy, an ensemble member from the 2014-2015 season. The play focuses on a young man from Ghana who is imprisoned in Canada. On the eve of his release, he tells his cell mates his story. His story takes us on a musical journey through the world of racism, sexuality, childhood and adulthood, Africa and Northern America. The play itself is quite moving, funny, and sad and gives a message of how multi layered the world truly is. Obaaberima will be shown from March 3rd to March 14th 2015.
Take Me Back to Jefferson is based on the novel by William Faulkner named “As I Lay Dying” and is molded into a play by Michele Smith and Dean Gilmour. The story follows the Bundrens, as they embark on a journey to bury their wife and mother. The journey will test their wits as they battle flood, fire and their inner demons during the journey across Mississippi. The play narrates the message that there is still good in this world and humanity's will to do good still hasn't vanished. The running time of the play is roughly two hours and ten minutes.
The Great Mountain is yet another play to be included in the 2014-15 season of the NAC English Theater. It is basically designed for kids from the ages of five to twelve years old. The play is written by Tracey Power and is directed by Alan Dilworth. The story revolves around the young girl Nuna, who can hear the voices of everything. But when a mountain cries for her help, it will take a large amount of courage for her to solve the problem. The play is fifty minutes long and will be shown on the 29th of March 2015.
The Double is a hysterical comedy play that will knock you off your seats. It is a story about a clerk and his journey to search for his personal identity and social status. It will be shown from April 21st to May 2nd 2015.
Needles and Opium is written and directed by the technical genius, Robert Lepage. It is the story of three men who make a desperate journey into the unknown. The play is to be shown from May 27th to June 6th 2015.
So theater fans, NAC has assembled a great collection of plays for your entertainment. If you haven't watched these before, then here is your chance to do so. Just grab your NAC English Theater tickets and head to the art center and witness these sensational plays, live.