Take part in an interactive play this winter in Ottawa
- Ottawa Travel Guide
- Wednesday, 11 January 2012 15:17
Live theatrical performances can evoke all kind of emotions and feelings from those who enjoy attending these events while on holiday. Travellers in Canada's capital city who wish to see a show can make plans for The Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) and their rendition of Blood on the Moon this January and February.
Blood on the Moon is about a scandalous murder that is set on the streets of Ottawa. One man is accused of ending the life of another, causing the city to be wrapped up in a big mystery of suspense, thrills and dishonesty. Based on real courtroom events, the audience in the theatre is asked to act as the "jury" and decide how the play should end.
The GCTC has been a wonderful asset to Ottawa for more than 35 years. This talented group of actors and actresses hosts a wide array of shows every year that cover a unique spectrum of genres and performances that can please audiences of all preferences. If travellers wish to spend a night out in the town in Ottawa and catch a historical and thrilling play, then Blood on the Moon this winter could be the perfect thing to do on holiday in the city.