Retour aux heures normales le 7 septembre 2021

03/09/2021

La Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa retournera à ses heures d'ouverture, d’avant la pandémie, dans la majorité des succursales et ce, à partir du mardi 7 septembre 2021 y inclus les heures d’ouverture le dimanche à dix succursales et à InfoService dès le dimanche 12 septembre. 

Les horaires sont affichés à l’entrée des succursales et sur horaires et emplacements dans le site web de la BPO. 

Les succursales Fitzroy Harbour et Vernon ouvrent la semaine du 7 septembre 2021, pour la première fois depuis le début de la pandémie en mars 2020. 

Avis: succursale Carlingwood

17/09/2021

L’ascenseur à la succursale Carlingwood est présentement indisponible.

Succursale Rideau- Ascenseur hors service

15/09/2021

L'ascenseur de la succursale Rideau est actuellement hors service pour des raisons d'entretien et de réparations. Le service reprendra le lundi 27 septembre. 

Fermeture de congé: Journée nationale de la vérité et de la réconciliation

20/09/2021

Toutes les succursales de la Bibliothèque publique d'Ottawa seront fermées le jeudi, 30 Septembre. Vous pouvez accéder à nos ressources en ligne 24/7 sur le site de la Bibliothèque publique d'Ottawa.

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The Art of the Audition with a Company of Fools

Teen Staycation

Interested in learning more about theatre? Whether you just want to get your feet wet or are thinking about going to theatre school, these workshops have something for everyone!

The second installment in our workshop series is focused on preparing for an audition. Through a series of exercises focused on a pre-selected piece and a cold reading, you will build a foundation of strong audition techniques. Participants will also learn about what takes place in auditions and tips for choosing their own monologues.

Each session will conclude with a brief interview/Q&A with an actor who you may recognize from Ottawa’s professional stages!

For ages 13-18. Registrants will receive an additional email with the Zoom link ahead of the program.

Required material:  A selection of monologues will be sent to registrants ahead of time and you will be asked to choose a monologue that you want to work on during the workshop.

About your Instructor - Sarah Finn

Sarah has been working in the professional Canadian theatre community since her graduation from Ryerson University Theatre School. Throughout her career she has had the pleasure of working with professional theatre companies such as the Great Canadian Theatre Company, The National Arts Centre of Canada English Theatre Company, Driftwood Theatre Company, Buddies and Bad Times, Odyssey Theatre, a Company of Fools, as well as performing in Fringes and at the Summerworks Theatre Festival.