Off The Leash is born of an idea, an inspiration and a philosophy: that sometimes it’s necessary to get ‘off the leash’ to get something done.
Off The Leash produces theatre, film, the written word, photographs, events. Off The Leash was founded in 2009 by Jeremy Webb.
Take a stroll around the site to learn more about OTL’s shows, media activities and services. From event production and hosting, to full-blown theatrical production OTL has something for everyone.
Off The Leash Creative partnered with WillPower Theatre to present a season of four plays in the Neptune Scotiabank Studio Theatre in 2014-2015.
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FallOUT – a play about cyber-bullying
FallOUT, a new play about the effects of cyber-bullying hits the road. The new theatrical production will tour junior high schools in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick for four weeks, starting April 10. The play helps educate students about cyber-bullying and encourages them to join the conversation.
The Belle Of Amherst
Robin Hebb stars as Emily Dickinson, in William Luce’s delightful play.
Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
Jeremy Webb has been playing his one-man version of Dickens’ classic since 2003 (over 500 shows) and last year Rhys Bevan-John took over the show.
“Rhys Bevan John was there with me at the very beginning, as part of the original crew. He operated puppets in the show for at least 3-4 years, along with Bill Wood.”
Bevan John will continue in the role in December 2016 at Neptune’s Scotiabank Studio Theatre.
“Rhys has the perfect combination of comedic skill, theatricality and all the physical theatre ability anyone could wish for for this play, ” says Webb. “He’s also toured so much. He knows this gig. He’s way too good.”
The Christmas Carol CD is now available to purchase as a downloadable file!
Just click on the CD Baby link.
Take a few minutes and explore the site. Each show, each project has a page of its own. Find what you are looking for within the pull down menus above. Every play and project has it’s own dedicated page.
Email Jeremy via our CONTACT PAGE.