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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon is a Sidney Lumet melodrama that draws from the true story of an unsuccessful robbery that took place in Brooklyn, 1972....

Jazz night with the Artistic Resource Team

On November 8, the Artistic Resource Team (ART) held a Jazz Night Coffee House. ART is a residence-based club that encourages artistic initiatives among...

Henry IV: the king finds his stride

Theatre Erindale kicked off their studio series with Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2. Directed by James Wallis, the show launches the third-year...

Female ensemble of The Penelopiad shines

On Friday evening, Hart House Theatre held the opening production of The Penelopiad, directed by Michelle Langille, and adapted from Margaret Atwood’s novella. The...

EDSS talks female leads & re-invention

The English and Drama Student Society is dishing up feminism and an unorthodox re-telling of Susan Glaspell’s Trifles—and you can see it all on...

Caught in the plot, no escape from generic

Bohemian Rhapsody chronicles the life of Freddie Mercury and the rise of his band Queen. The film starts with Mercury’s origins as an immigrant...

Sebastiane (1976)

Before Derek Jarman became a feature film director, he was a stage designer. Before that, he shot his own experimental short films on Super...

Those at the Great River-Mouth

The Work of Wind exhibition has introduced a new installation at the Blackwood Gallery called Those at the Great River-Mouth. For the month of...

This Is Us: epitome of an emotional rollarcoaster

This Is Us can be considered an anomaly in today’s television landscape.  Streaming services and cable networks have essentially replaced broadcast network television in...

Reading with Prof Scoville

The Medium sat down with Professor Chester Scoville to chat about the book he most recently finished reading. The Medium – Tell me a bit...

Reimagining an Oscar Wilde classic

Revivals of Oscar Wilde’s famous comedy The Importance of Being Earnest aren’t uncommon. But, while most fall flat as frivolous crowd-pleasers, Victoria College Drama...

Reflecting on sight perception

Reading, Again is an art exhibition motivated by this year’s Jackman Humanities Institute’s “Reading Faces, Reading Minds” research theme. The theme asks questions about...
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