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    The End of <em>Mad Men</em>

    The End of Mad Men

    This recap series has been dedicated to one thing, detailing the events leading up to last night’s episode. From the moment a television show takes off the conversation about the…

    The End of Mad Men
    The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

    Must-See: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot…

    Playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis’ bold dismantling of the betrayal of Jesus envisions a purgatorial world known as “Hope” where even the most easily damnable deserve consideration and possibly even salvation.…

    Must-See: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot…
    Featured Production: Miss Julie

    Featured Production: Miss Julie

    For 7 performances May 20-24, the Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse will play host to the inaugural presentation from Martha Rose Productions Inc., the latest addition to Toronto's indie theatre community.…

    Featured Production: Miss Julie
    Season Wrap-Up: Jane the Virgin

    Season Wrap-Up: Jane the Virgin

    Jane the Virgin wrapped up its freshman season this week with a one, two, three… actually, I’ve lost count of how many twists ended up in “Chapter Twenty-Two.” Despite its…

    Season Wrap-Up: Jane the Virgin
    It Follows

    Sexually Transmitting Haunting – It Follows…

    It Follows has a concept that sounds like it’s from a terrible B movie. An invisible, homicidal creature follows, at an incredibly slow pace, those that have sex with people…

    Sexually Transmitting Haunting – It Follows…
    Season Wrap-Up: New Girl

    Season Wrap-Up: New Girl

    FOX's beloved hipster comedy once reigned as my favourite show on TV, without competition. In 2012- the year that encompassed the last half of the first season, when the show…

    Season Wrap-Up: New Girl
    Age of Ultron

    Age of Ultron

    There’s nothing quite like the midnight movie (okay, I’m old now, I snuck into a 10:30 showing). The hordes of fans excited for the same thing as you. The energy…

    Age of Ultron
    Fun Home on Broadway

    Fun Home on Broadway

    There is one thing that struck me immediately about the new musical Fun Home: the audience, which was unique. The lesbian couple to my left had never been to a…

    Fun Home on Broadway
    Marvel’s <em>Daredevil</em> and Deborah Ann Woll: On the same Page

    Marvel’s Daredevil: Talking to Deborah Ann Wo…

    Daredevil made his comic book debut in 1964. As with most superheroes that have been around that long, he’s gone through his fair share of being reinvented and reimagined. As…

    Marvel’s Daredevil: Talking to Deborah Ann Wo…
    The 2014 Nominee Interview Series

    The 2014 Nominee Interview Series

    So it begins, the 2014 Nominee Interview Series! It's the best time of year, starting with Nomination Announcements, ending with a Giant Party in Toronto and, in between, we get…

    The 2014 Nominee Interview Series
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    Ballad of the Burning Star, a Political Drag Musical

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    As I walked out of Ballad of the Burning Star Tuesday night at the Theatre Centre, I ran into a friend walking into another show (Burnish, I believe). When he asked …

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    My Survivor: Second Chance Picks

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    Survivor is making a bold move by bringing back 20 returning players for their next installment. This time around, each castaway has only played the game once and was not …

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    Featured Production: Trout Stanley

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    The latest indie company to take the stage at the Storefront Theatre is the excellently named Severely Jazzed, headed by improvisers Tess Degenstein and Hannah Spear. We spoke to Tess …

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    Mad Max: Fury Road

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    Mad Max: Fury Road is a shot of adrenaline in the heart. It’s jolting from start to finish – with guitars that shoot fire and mutants who steal blood and …

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    The End of Mad Men

    By // TV

    This recap series has been dedicated to one thing, detailing the events leading up to last night’s episode. From the moment a television show takes off the conversation about the …

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    Must-See: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis’ bold dismantling of the betrayal of Jesus envisions a purgatorial world known as “Hope” where even the most easily damnable deserve consideration and possibly even salvation. …

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    Mike vs. Carolyn: Who Will Win?

    By // TV

    Before Worlds Apart premiered, Jeff Probst was confident that fans would love this season after a somewhat dull cast of San Juan del Sur (minus the very deserving winner at …

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    Featured Production: Miss Julie

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    For 7 performances May 20-24, the Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse will play host to the inaugural presentation from Martha Rose Productions Inc., the latest addition to Toronto’s indie theatre community. …

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    Something Rotten!

    By // Theatre (New York)

    The Bard is back on Broadway – just don’t go looking for any of his plays. No, Shakespeare is actually playing leading man in the new musical Something Rotten! playing …

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    Season Wrap-Up: Jane the Virgin

    By // TV

    Jane the Virgin wrapped up its freshman season this week with a one, two, three… actually, I’ve lost count of how many twists ended up in “Chapter Twenty-Two.” Despite its …

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    The End of Revenge

    By // TV

    Well, Revenge finished up its four-season long run this week, and the finale, like the rest of the show, was…mediocre. I hate to sound like every other person on the …

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    Precisely Peter’s Brimstone and Treacle

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Dennis Potter’s Brimstone and Treacle was considered controversial when it was first written in 1976. Much has changed in the past 40 years, and yet this is still a controversial …

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    The Most Memorable Japanese RPGs Of All Time

    By // Games

    The Japanese RPG scene has always been a genre of its own. It separates itself from the RPGs made by American and European developers by following a certain formula that …

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    The COC’s Spring, 2015

    By // Theatre

    There are a few operatic conventions that really get me down. The first is a wackadoo story that let’s say isn’t exactly grounded in human truth. The second is overdramatic …