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    Podcast: Oscar Preview w/ Clay Keller

    The MyEntWord Podcast: Oscar Preview w/ Clay …

    The Oscars are this Sunday and are sure to be full of political fireworks and upset victories (or maybe predictable landslides, we'll see). In anticipation of the 89th Academy Awards,…

    The MyEntWord Podcast: Oscar Preview w/ Clay …
    The 2016 Nominee Interview Series

    The 2016 Nominee Interview Series

    Welcome to the 2016 Nominee Interview Series.

    Over the next few months we'll be posting exclusive Q&As with dozens of the artists nominated for this year's MyTheatre, MyTV and MyCinema Awards. Keep…

    The 2016 Nominee Interview Series
    My … Awards, 2016

    My … Awards, 2016

    Okay, so it wasn't our best year as humans, but lots of great people made lots of great stuff in 2016 and god dammit we're going to celebrate that stuff.

    This…

    My … Awards, 2016
    My Cinematic 2016

    My Cinematic 2016

    As I said in our awards announcement (and everyone has said basically every day for awhile now), this was not humanity's best year. But, you know what, it wasn't our…

    My Cinematic 2016
    2016 in TV

    2016 in TV

    TV might have saved 2016. Seriously, it wasn't the best pilot season network-wise (I'm still having nightmares about that CBS comedy slate) but how many shows were you passionately invested…

    2016 in TV
    <em>Rogue One</em>: A Star Wars Story

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    The Force Awakens was the female-led Heroes Journey I’d dreamed of through a tomboy childhood. Rogue One is just flat out an amazing Star Wars movie.

    Rogue One: A Star Wars…

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
    Come From Away

    Sankoff & Hein’s Come From Away

    "The world we live in today needs a good story". The packed house at the Toronto opening of Come From Away had been standing for awhile when Claude Elliott, former…

    Sankoff & Hein’s Come From Away
    In the Darkness, Search Out Moonlight

    In the Darkness, Search Out Moonlight…

    It's been a rough couple of weeks. Rough couple of months. All of 2016, really; it's kicking humanity's ass and it's hard to see any light in a tunnel that…

    In the Darkness, Search Out Moonlight…
    The MyEntWord Podcast: Bachelorette Canada

    The MyEntWord Podcast: Bachelorette Canada…

    We're back with another episode of the My Entertainment World Podcast, this one all about Canada's first-ever Bachelorette.

    To help me sort out the good (Kyle!), the bad (Drew) and the…

    The MyEntWord Podcast: Bachelorette Canada…
    SpeakEasy’s Scottsboro Boys

    SpeakEasy’s Scottsboro Boys

    When I rewatch the film Cabaret, I still find it difficult to listen to the final stanza of “Tomorrow Belongs to Me.” It doesn’t matter how beautiful the young German’s…

    SpeakEasy’s Scottsboro Boys
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    The Wild Party by Paul Taylor Mills

    By // Theatre (London)

    Joseph Moncure March’s initially controversial poem, The Wild Party, is subject to possibly one of the biggest coincidences in musical theatre history. Back in the 1999/2000 Broadway season, two totally …

    My Theatre

    Nominee Interview Series: Neil McPherson

    By // Theatre (London)

    Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Nominated for Best Original Work in this year’s London My Theatre Awards, Neil …

    My TV

    A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Reptile Room

    By // TV

    A Series of Unfortunate Events continues to delight with “The Reptile Room”. While this adaptation of the second book of the series was fun, some pacing issues and gaps in …

    My Theatre

    Nominee Interview Series: Jesse Nerenberg (III)

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. There are only a few artists who one might call staples of the …

    My Theatre

    Beau Brummell: An Elegant Madness at Jermyn Street Theatre

    By // Theatre (London)

    Beau Brummell, if you aren’t acquainted with this name, was one of the first “celebrities”…

    My Theatre

    Nominee Interview Series: Toby Peach

    By // Theatre (London)

    Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series…

    My Cinema

    The MyEntWord Podcast: Oscar Preview w/ Clay Keller

    By // Cinema

    The Oscars are this Sunday and are sure to be full of political fireworks and upset victories (or maybe predictable landslides, we’ll see). In anticipation of the 89th Academy Awards, …

    My Theatre

    Nominee Interview Series: Michael Rinaldi

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Anna Chatterton’s solo show Quiver incorporates live sound effects created and recorded and …

    My Theatre

    La Ronde at The Bunker

    By // Theatre (London)

    La Ronde is about sex. It’s about the anticipation, the aftermath and the desire of sexual acts. If you walk in without knowing this, even the most open minded of …

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    Nominee Interview Series: Marcus Nance

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Nominated this year for Outstanding Performance in a Musical for his role in The …

    My TV

    Superior Donuts: CBS vs. Toronto’s Coal Mine

    By // TV

    This is a big thing to say considering the consistently critically beloved status of Toronto’s Coal Mine Theatre since its bombastic debut with The Motherfucker with the Hat back in …

    My Theatre

    Nominee Interview Series: Sondra Radvanovsky

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Sondra Radvanovsky is one of the world’s most renowned sopranos. She received her …

    My Theatre

    On Stage in TO: Tough Stuff

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Blue Remembered Hills (Good Old Neon) This dark, unpleasant, uncompromisingly strange piece of physical theatre is born out of a British teleplay in which a group of children play and …

    My Theatre

    Nominee Interview Series: Debashis Sinha

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Prolific sound designer and composer Debashis Sinha is nominated for the third time …