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    Pencil Kit Presents The Hungriest Woman in the World

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Pencil Kit Productions’ The Hungriest Woman in the World is certainly an interesting show. It bills itself as a ‘sexy and elliptical new play’ by Canadian poet and playwright Shannon …

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    Greencard Wedding – Music from a Distance

    By // Theatre (New York)

    Traversing the complexities of long-distance relationships, the United States immigration system…

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    Survivor 35, Ep 12: Gotta Make Some Fun Out of This

    By // TV

    Welcome back to what is finally, finally an absolutely phenomenal episode of Survivor: Heroes vs Hustlers vs Hoo Boy, we have a lot to unpack here so let’s jump right …

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    The National Ballet’s Nijinsky: a multi-cast review

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Beginning and ending with the last performance of Vaslav Nijinsky, widely considered one of the greatest dancers of the twentieth century, choreographer John Neumeier’s “biography of the soul” is a …

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    On Stage in TO: Small to Big

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    I went back and forth on the title of this On Stage in TO roundup, the options being “small to big” and “best to worst” because both descriptions apply to …

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    Featured Event: Shakespeare-in-Hospitals La Maschera Gala

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Over the last three months, Spur-of-the-Moment Shakespeare Collective’s ensemble has been touring…

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    Leafs at Mid-Season: Checking In On the Boys

    By // Sports

    It’s been a while. More than a month, actually. I haven’t been in hiding. I haven’t been cut off from the world at large. I’ve just been busy. So, too, …

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    Echo’s Son of Man

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    In a strange and morbid way, Echo Productions has exceptional timing. Their debut of Charlie: Son of Man, a theatre production about the murders orchestrated by Charlie Manson, opened just …

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    Friday Night at Bad Dog

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    One of my favourite Toronto theatre activities is to pick a night to show up at the Bad Dog Theatre at Bloor & Ossington and just park it. I camp …

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    The Two Hadestowns

    By // Music

    Listening to Anaïs Mitchell’s gorgeous Hadestown recordings is the perfect way to spend a dark cold winter’s night. As of 2017, there are two recordings of Hadestown, a folk musical take …

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    A&R Angels – Send ​Anyone Else To Save Me

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    A&R Angels is a story about two songwriting guardian angels who use their music to pull people back from the brink of suicide. Though late in their career, their music …

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    Manwatching Gavin Crawford

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Manwatching is a one-man show written by a woman. That’s all I know about the author going in to see the show, because she remains anonymous. And each night a …

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    Survivor 35, Ep 10: So It Joes

    By // TV

    A double episode means a super-sized recap so let’s skip the intros and get to celebrating because this season just got good! Returning to camp after Cole’s exit, Joe is …

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    Theatre Penumbra Tackles Challenging Oleanna

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    My expectations were high going into Oleanna at Red Sandcastle Theatre. Grace Gordon and James McGowan are extremely accomplished both on stage and on TV. The play tackles very relevant …