The Brotherhood

It’s an entertaining, genuinely funny performance, but it’s also a pointed feminist critique.

Apt613

Presented in the style of a contemporary magic show, The Brotherhood is a feminist commentary on the performance industry, and the expectations placed upon performers and audiences alike. Why do we go along with unsettling performances? Why do we allow manipulative and morally questionable artists to climb to the top?

“It’s another strong offering from two local female performers who have a very strong and defined perspective.”

New Ottawa Critics

“Spicy Day theatre company manages to take the audience on such an unexpected journey that is simultaneously fun and yet incredibly poignant.”

New Ottawa Critics

“Bradford-Lea and Welchner are clearly both experienced performers, they’re having fun on stage, and their raunchy humour gets consistent laughs (even in a small space, which can be very challenging for comedy).”

Apt613