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    Game of Thrones: Finale, Feminism, and the Future

    Game of Thrones: Finale, Feminism, and the Fu…

    Finale
    Season six is over. Hard as it is to comprehend, girls and boys, they ended the season with an hour and twenty-two minutes of the best scenes everyone wanted, stuck…

    Game of Thrones: Finale, Feminism, and the Fu…
    RIP Penny Dreadful

    RIP Penny Dreadful

    Is it better for a show to announce it’s ending as far in as advance as it can so fans have time to come to terms with their impending loss?…

    RIP Penny Dreadful
    Jojo’s Boys: The 2016 Bachelor Scale

    Jojo’s Boys: The 2016 Bachelor Scale

    Jojo is a pretty generic Bachelorette. She's approachable, fun, pretty and easy to root for but she doesn't really stand out in any particular way. She doesn't have Andi's intelligence…

    Jojo’s Boys: The 2016 Bachelor Scale
    In Stratford: As You Like It

    In Stratford: As You Like It

    Set in Newfoundland in 1985, director Jillian Keiley’s production of Shakespeare’s irresistible pastoral is simple, lighthearted and creative. A bare stage gets its sense of place from the actors (designer…

    In Stratford: As You Like It
    Neighbors 2

    Neighbors 2

    I’m as surprised as the next person to write the following sentence – I think Neighbors 2 might turn out to be my favorite movie of the year.

    Now hear me…

    Neighbors 2
    Stranger in a Strange Land: Part I

    Stranger in a Strange Land: Part I

    A newbie ventures into the world of murder and rage-quitting that is Dark Souls 3. Armed only with the advice of friends and a colourful arsenal of profanity, the author…

    Stranger in a Strange Land: Part I
    Asians in Hollywood

    Scarlett, Strange & Schmidt: Asians in Hollyw…

    It’s been a very uncomfortable week for me as an Asian-American media consumer. It started Tuesday, with the new Doctor Strange trailer, continued Thursday as stills of Scarlett Johansson in…

    Scarlett, Strange & Schmidt: Asians in Hollyw…
    The 2015 Nominee Interview Series

    The 2015 Nominee Interview Series

    Welcome to the 2015 Nominee Interview Series.

    This Year’s Interview Series Includes…

    Khadijah Roberts-Abdullah
    (MyTheatre: Toronto- Outstanding Actress, We Are Proud to Present…/Outstanding Supporting Actress, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot)
    The dynamic and empathetic Khadijah…

    The 2015 Nominee Interview Series
    My Cinematic 2015

    My Cinematic 2015

    Three years into this year-end tradition and the list just keeps getting longer. Last year's rankings of every new release movie I saw topped out at 110 but this year I…

    My Cinematic 2015
    SDCC ‘15: Behind the Music- Crime, Death & Resurrection Press Room

    SDCC ‘15: Behind the Music- Crime, Death & Re…

    CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015.

    I loved the CW3PR Behind the Music events at Comic-Con this year. The first of the two, featuring composers…

    SDCC ‘15: Behind the Music- Crime, Death & Re…
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    Game of Thrones: Finale, Feminism, and the Future

    By // TV

    Finale Season six is over. Hard as it is to comprehend, girls and boys, they ended the season with an hour and twenty-two minutes of the best scenes everyone wanted, …

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    Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe

    By // Theatre (London)

    A mixture of confusion and admiration is felt throughout Iqbal Khan’s production of Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe. The admiration is due to the quality of the acting; the confusion has …

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    At the Shaw: Alice in Wonderland

    By // Theatre

    It’s tempting to criticize Peter Hinton’s new adaptation of Alice in Wonderland for its emptiness. There is no real story, no great moral, no particular meaning, not even a coherent …

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    RIP Penny Dreadful

    By // TV

    Is it better for a show to announce it’s ending as far in as advance as it can so fans have time to come to terms with their impending loss? …

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    Barbu at the London Wonderground Festival

    By // Theatre (London)

    No one really goes to the circus anymore. It feels outdated. The acrobats, the animals and the amazement are a thing of the past. People prefer the theatre because they …

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    Ross and Rachel at the Battersea Arts Centre

    By // Theatre (London)

    The power of silence in theatre is impressive. There is often no need for music when the emotions felt on stage are strong enough to relay to the audience. But …

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    Jojo’s Boys: The 2016 Bachelor Scale

    By // TV

    Jojo is a pretty generic Bachelorette. She’s approachable, fun, pretty and easy to root for but she doesn’t really stand out in any particular way. She doesn’t have Andi’s intelligence …

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    In Stratford: As You Like It

    By // Theatre

    Set in Newfoundland in 1985, director Jillian Keiley’s production of Shakespeare’s irresistible pastoral is simple, lighthearted and creative. A bare stage gets its sense of place from the actors (designer …

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    Exclusive Interview: Landi Oshinowo

    By // Theatre (London)

    Gretchen Creyer and Nancy Ford’s I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It on the Road was a hit show both Off-Broadway and on the West End and, after 35 …

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    Game of Thrones: Father’s Day

    By // TV

    “Battle of the Bastards,” the most recent episode in the sixth season of Game of Thrones, has me thinking about fathers. Well, not fathers, specifically (the word “bastard” implies the …

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    Adaptation Alert: Aaron Sorkin’s Molly’s Game

    By // Cinema

    He’s known for his work on the screenplays of blockbusters including The Social Network and Moneyball but it was announced earlier this year that Aaron Sorkin would make his directorial …

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    Karagula by PIGDOG and D.E.M. Productions

    By // Theatre (London)

    Self-assured though with no emotional investment, Phillip Ridley’s Karagula is messy, tame sci-fi. Despite deft touches on the production side (read: design), the work never clinches the operatic status it …

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    DorkyPark’s Open For Everything

    By // Theatre (London)

    What we learn of the Romani is limited but what is limited in the LIFT Festival’s Open For Everything is probed deeply in dance rather than storytelling, a bracing experience …

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    Steelers Looking Strong

    By // Sports

    While there are still a few months to go until the new NFL season, thoughts are already on which teams we can expect to see competing for Super Bowl 51. …