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    Second City’s Walking on Bombshells

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Second City’s 82nd and current Mainstage revue, Walking On Bombshells, opens on a stage that’s a convincing mock-up of the dingy Osgoode subway station. It’s the backdrop for the show’s opening …

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    Second City’s She The People

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    The Resistance Continues. That’s the sub-title of The Second City’s latest run of their feminist sketch phenom She The People. And there are a lot of things to resist: those who …

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    Grey’s Anatomy, The Privilege of Time, and the Death of Shondaland’s For the People

    By // TV

    I’ve been thinking a lot about Grey’s Anatomy lately. That show,…

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    Beautiful Man at the Factory Theatre

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Initially staged at SummerWorks in 2015, Erin Shields’ Beautiful Man features Jennifer, Sophie, and Pam (Ashley Bottling, Mayko Nguyen, and Sophía Rodríguez), who perch on stools facing the audience. They …

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    The Shakespeare Series: Macbeth w/ Marcel Stewart

    By // Theatre

    With the help of some of the best and brightest Shakespeare fans in the world, we’re diving deep into 38 plays in 35 episodes (Henrys IV & VI only get one episode a piece; …

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    Musician Spotlight Series: The TSO’s Miles Jaques

    By // Music

    The Musician Spotlight Series shines a light on up-and-coming musicians creating heartfelt and original work across genres, giving them an opportunity to talk about their music, their collaborators, and why …

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    Bouchard’s Lilies at Buddies

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Michel Marc Bouchard’s classic play Lilies (Les Feluettes) was made into one of the most beautiful Canadian films in the 90s, and more recently an opera (2016, Opéra de Montréal) …

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    Hot Docs Interview: The Directors of The Pickup Game

    By // Cinema

    If you need to be reminded about how toxic masculinity can be used as a business model, then the documentary The Pickup Game should be essential viewing. Or if you …

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    The Absurd Trajectory of the Prophetic Veep

    By // TV

    I hated Veep when it premiered back in 2012. Armando Ianucci’s biting satire of American democracy felt to me like useless cynicism, a crass comedy of bad behaviour like It’s …

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    OLD STOCK: A Refugee Love Story

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    What caught my attention for Tarragon Theatre’s performance of OLD STOCK: A Refugee Love Story was Ben Caplan. I read that he did the music for the show, and immediately …

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    Death of a Salesman at the Young Vic

    By // Theatre (London)

    Wendell Pierce gives an astonishing performance in this enthralling revival of the Arthur Miller classic. With a fantastic supporting cast, Marianne Elliot and Miranda Cromwell’s latest joint venture is an …

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    Game of Thrones: “The Bells”

    By // TV

    Honestly, I don’t know what I’m supposed to tell you about this week’s episode. I had to watch it again immediately after it was over. There’s so much to process, …

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    What’s Next for Bond?

    By // Cinema

    The James Bond series is one of the most successful film franchises to have ever existed, with some of the big name actors who have taken the leading role including …

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    The COC’s Otello

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    The Canadian Opera Company’s production of Otello is passionate, bleak, dramatic, and nearly everything one could want from an opera. Based on Shakespeare’s tempestuous tragedy, it is far from a …