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14 February 2020

Musician Spotlight Series: Primitive State

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 …

13 February 2020

Tarragon: This Was the World

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Ellie Moon’s This Was the World, now playing at The Tarragon Theatre, Extra Space, endeavours to take on the notions of white privilege and white fragility, and does so unapologetically. …

13 February 2020

Canadian Stage: Radical Vitality- Solos & Duets

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Seeing a compilation show from the ‘Compagnie Marie Chouinard’ was just as deliciously weird as I hoped it would be. Heralded as one of Canada’s greatest dancers and choreographers, hers …

13 February 2020

Shakespeare BASH’d: Cymbeline

By // Theatre (Toronto)

A few days before going to see Shakespeare BASH’d’s production of Cymbeline, an article title flashed before my eyes as I scrolled through my Facebook feed, “Can Shakespeare still surprise?” …

13 February 2020

Coal Mine: Marjorie Prime

By // Theatre (Toronto)

What do you get when you combine sharply written dialogue, deft direction and an all-star ensemble? Coal Mine Theatre’s production of Marjorie Prime. In 90 minutes, I was taken on …

13 February 2020

Citadel + Compagnie: this happened…

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Onstage at the inspiring Citadel + Compagnie, Kate Hilliard’s production of this happened… is personal, thoughtful, and dreamlike. The opening scene is striking and powerful, and the audience is pulled …

13 February 2020

The Hot Hand Fallacy

By // Sports

If I have one pet peeve about watching basketball with my brother, it’s his absolute insistence that certain players are more likely to score this game because they’ve gotten “hot”. …

13 February 2020

Movie Flashback: The House

By // Cinema

At first glance, the fact that ‘The House’ stars Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell should be enough to convince any movie fan that it will be a reasonably funny outing. …

13 February 2020

Three Solid Canadian Movie Bets

By // Cinema

Owning Mahoney Featuring Phillip Seymour Hoffman in the star role, Owning Mahoney is probably the most famous gambling movie to come out of Canada. The movie is about a Toronto …

13 February 2020

7 Movie-Inspired Games from the 2000s

By // Games

There were two questions I had to answer to check if the game was worth mentioning or not. 1. Is it a good game? 2. Does it have the same …

13 February 2020

Wedding Soundtrack: Ten Processional Jams

By // Music

It’s all about the soundtrack. Every good event needs a movie-worthy beat to carry it. A couple of songs, musical swells that really accompany the magic taking place. Your wedding …

08 February 2020

On DVD: Parasite

By // Cinema

I have barely more than 24 hours before this prediction loses its relevance but I think Parasite’s going to win the Best Picture Oscar for 2020. It’s got all the …

07 February 2020

Nominee Interview Series: Catherine Rainville

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2019 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Catherine Rainville is a multi-hyphenate artist whose work performing, directing, producing …

07 February 2020

The 2019 Nominee Interview Series

By // General

Welcome to the 2019 Nominee Interview Series. Every year between nomination announcements…

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