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05 October 2015

An Interview with Les Mis‘ Jeremy Secomb

By // Theatre (London)

With the Les Miserables 30th Anniversary Concert almost here on the 8th October, I have had the great privilege to talk with Jeremy Secomb, the man playing the role of …

15 June 2015

Exclusive Interview: Jeremy Jordan

By // Music

Broadway’s golden boy will be taking the Roy Thompson Hall stage tomorrow night to sing Stephen Schwartz songs alongside the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Fresh off his pre-Broadway run in the …

15 May 2014

Death of a Titan: Silicon Valley‘s Peter Gregory

By // TV

It wasn’t until the day after Silicon Valley’s third episode did I even realize that the actor Christopher Evan Welch, who played borderline-autistic billionaire Peter Gregory, had died back in …

15 May 2014

The Dark Streets to the Spotlight: Greg “The Greek”

By // Cinema

Sometimes you need to survive a tragedy to find your place in the world. This would be the case for upcoming comedian/actor Greg “The Greek” Kritikos. Greg was raised on …

16 March 2014

Gerard Cordero: Punching the Way to Success

By // Cinema

Who is Gerard Cordero? Gerard Cordero is what you would call a “man of many trades” who has managed to bridge the gap between acting and martial arts. At twelve …

16 February 2014

Lou Vanaria: Building on Every Role

By // Cinema

The bright eyed boy from the Bronx “who did good” and became an example for others to strive for more. Lou “Crazy Mario” Vanaria never thought he would ever work …

18 October 2013

Rupert Everett’s Vanished Years

By // Books

One really has to hand it to Rupert Everett. Once touted as the next great British leading man, he came out of the closet and summarily watched a once very …

05 October 2013

The 2012 My Theatre Awards: Performer of the Year

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Every once in a while, in the middle of writing a review, we’ll be overcome with a feeling of déjà vu. Whether it’s the Sorkin loyalty on our TV branch …

03 October 2013

The 2012 My Cinema Awards: Performer of the Year

By // Cinema

It broke our hearts when we looked at the category breakdowns in this year’s My Cinema (and My TV, for that matter) Awards and realized that Mark Duplass wouldn’t win …

24 September 2013

At the Shaw ’13: Enchanted April, Moya’s Comedy

By // Theatre

Season Ranking: #3 Every time I’ve reviewed Moya O’Connell in the past, I’ve made some mention of how beautiful she is. The reason I do that is two fold: 1- …

23 September 2013

The 2012 My TV Awards: Emerging Artist

By // TV

Continuing our 2012 Emerging Artist Awards over into My TV, this recipient- at 35- is a fair bit older than the others (the My Cinema Emerging Artist was 14 when …

23 September 2013

The 2012 My Cinema Awards: Emerging Artist

By // Cinema

Last year we introduced the My Theatre Emerging Artist Award to our season. This year we’ve extended it to become a part of the My TV and My Cinema Awards …

02 September 2013

The 2012 My TV Awards: Honorary Award

By // TV

No actor in the history of television has been a part of so many great shows as this year’s My TV Honorary Award winner. We honestly believe that to be …

12 August 2013

The Newsroom: Women’s News

By // TV

People really like to call Aaron Sorkin sexist. Now, I’ve shared on many occasions my firm belief that his often weakly drawn female characters have entirely more to do with …

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