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    What if Romeo and Juliet…

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Directed by Jackie Gosselin, this DynamO Théâtre production takes well-known and well-loved work, turns it a little bit on its head, and sets it back down for a younger audience. …

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    Howland’s Wolves at Crow’s

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Sarah Delappe’s The Wolves is one of the finest pieces of theatre I’ve had the pleasure to see. It’s not an exaggeration to say that Howland Company’s production has everything. …

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    Survivor David vs. Goliath, Ep3: Bi’s Knees & Jeremy’s Sleaze

    By // TV

    Welcome to the latest season of Survivor: An Amazing Cast vs. An Incredibly Forced Theme and Terrible Production Choices!…

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    Krapp’s Last Tape Remounted

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    The production of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, performed at the Theatre Passe Muraille, is truly a wonder. A perfect stage for a one-man play, actor Bob Nasmith shines. Like …

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    Talking Treaties Spectacle at Fort York

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    I am always interested and excited to see performances (dance, theatre, music) that are setting-specific, designed for the performance space. There is something special and unique that happens when a …

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    What is Love by Pauli Rose Libsohn

    By // Books

    This book is a love letter to Mitzi Libsohn, the author’s mother. It is ostensibly about the love story of her parents and the poetry that sprang from that relationship, …

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    Broadway in Vegas

    By // Theatre

    In Las Vegas, many Broadway shows and musicals bring a unique “Sin City” experience. They are quite entertaining despite the fact that only a few momentous Broadway productions take place …

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    Beyond the Music: The New Fandom

    By // Music

    It used to be that if you liked a band, you bought their CD, maybe went to their concert and that was it. These days there are so many more ways …

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    A Quiet Place: Speaking is for the Weak

    By // Cinema

    Horror movies are not for everyone. The storyline, the jump scares, those moments of tension that make you cover your eyes with the blanket- usually this kind of films is …

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    Unit 102 presents Isaac’s Eye

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    It’s said that Sir Isaac Newton believed in a mysterious substance called ‘ether’ which surrounded everyone – a belief which helped him on the road to many discoveries. The thing …

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    Harlem Duet: Just as Powerful Two Decades Later

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Given the heated discourse on race relations today – on and off stage – I am not sure if my title’s statement is positive or negative. One thing is for …

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    Musician Spotlight Series: David Jacobson

    By // Music

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

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    Pilot Watch: Single Parents

    By // TV

    The best new show of the fall TV season so far is Single Parents, the latest addition to ABC’s single camera family comedy lineup. Though rarely groundbreaking, this phase of …

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    Jani Lauzon’s I Call Myself Princess

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    A decade of research went into the making of the well crafted I Call Myself Princess, written by Jani Lauzon, and a joint Paper Canoe Projects and Cahoots Theatre Production, …