In Southam Hall at the National Arts Centre, these two shots of the stage, set up for Opera Lyra's The Barber Of Seville, were taken from the seats.
Down in the lobby, this dance troupe from The School Of Dance were performing. I took several shots, but was most satisfied with this one.
I conclude this series with Fourth Stage, the fourth and smallest of the performance spaces within the NAC. It's ideal for smaller, more intimate performances, and on this day, it was crowded and in use. Musicians were on stage, and singers were invited to come up for some karaoke. No, I did not take part- if I tried singing, people would be asking, "who's strangling the cat?" The young woman singing was doing a rendition of 'Holding Out For A Hero'. And she had a good voice.