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Hailey Mason

Hailey Mason

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A 4th graders’ tragedy

 
Remember those class plays everyone had to perform in elementary school? We fought over the best parts, practiced our lines at the front of...

Finding an outlet for art on campus

 
Art is a universal tool that transcends social boundaries. It allows us to share thoughts, opinions, and messages that we might otherwise keep to...

Wrapping the season with black comedy

 
A man climbs onto the ledge of a building and contemplates jumping. His entire life culminates in this one fatal moment. But just when...

Embracing feminism on the MiST stage

 
Theatre Erindale’s 2016/2017 season has offered a diverse repertoire of productions, ranging from classical to contemporary. Despite their differences, the common theme of feminism...

U of T Drama Fest celebrates 25 years

Hailey Mason This year marks the 25th anniversary of the U of T Drama Festival. From February 9 to 11, Hart House Theatre and the...

Now that’s what I call feminism

 
A whirlwind of controversy arises in Henrik Ibsen’s infamous script, Hedda Gabler. In 1891, the year of the play’s release, Ibsen’s ground-breaking script was...

Horror meets harmony

 
What happens when you combine music with horror?I asked myself this question when I first heard the title of Hart House’s latest production, Carrie:...

Surfacing hidden depths with music

 
If you’re a horror fan, Carrie has probably come on your radar at some point, whether you’ve read the book or seen the films....

Uniting geology and art

 
The Earth has passed through the Holocene epoch, the Quaternary period, the Cenozoic era, and the Phanerozoic era. Currently, we exist in the Anthropocene—a...

An opportunity to share your story

 
Cody Caetano and Amna Azhar prepare for the annual release of Mindwaves and Compass.olivia adamczyk/the mediumEvery year, the professional writing and communication program at...

Understanding loss

 
If you’re looking for a missing-person film with a gripping plot, a mind-bending conclusion, and plenty of action thrown into the mix, Claire in...

Spoken from the lips of experience

 
Intergeneracial defines themselves as a “Black youth oral history theatre project.” Fiona Raye Clarke founded the collective in 2015. Last Thursday, Intergeneracial performed “From...

The shadow of an artist

 
Less than two weeks ago, the world lost a legend.Leonard Cohen graced the art scene with his revolutionary ideas on identity, sexuality, self-discovery, and...

Classic comedy takes a new direction

 
The 1940s were a period of great social change, particularly for women. When the men left their homes, families, and jobs to fight in...

Critiquing capitalism the right way

 
Imagine capitalism stripped of its secrecy. Imagine capitalism as a series of unfiltered, visual representations that illustrate contexts often shielded from the public. Blackwood...

Setting the scene for a new era

 
Hart House Theatre is in the midst of finalizing their second play of the 2016/2017 season. And under the direction of Carly Chamberlain, it’s...

The aesthetic appeal of capitalism

 
Capitalism is a topic of global controversy. North America has an insatiable greed for wealth and commodities, a greed that reinforces capitalism and capital...

VAM supports society of local talent

 
From October 14 to 16, Visual Arts Mississauga showcased the work of the talented Mississauga Art Society.MAS is a collaboration of 22 Ontario-based fine...

UC Follies scorches the audience

 
Family, loss, mystery, and war are themes inherent to playwright Wajdi Mouawad’s portfolio. After attending Tideline last Friday at Hart House, I was anticipating...

Hart House rolls in with the tide

 
What defines loss? Is there one, singular way to mourn, or can this act be plural? These are questions Wilfred (Danny Ghantous) must confront...

Coming in with the tide

 
As Hart House approaches the start of its 2016/2017 season, cast members of Tideline engage in final preparations for Friday’s opening. Written by Wajdi...

A fresh start for Theatre Erindale

 
Theatre Erindale is in the midst of a new chapter. On May 2, 2016, David Matheson, a well-educated actor, teacher, and director, took over...

Inspiration from antiquity

 
A cluster of ceramic birds sits in the centre of the room. Intricate blue patterns fleck their white surfaces. The birds are both original...

UTM rolls in talent at film festival

 
UTM is a school brimming with cinematic talent, and the UTM Film Festival last Thursday night proved this true. Organized by ICCIT Council, DVS...

The laughing matter of infertility

 
Life often throws us obstacles we’re unable to control. While we may not have the power to prevent these challenges, we can choose how...

Tastes like paint: how to ice a canvas

 
White oil paint sculpted into cloudlike masses, a hidden-away gallery, eclectic blend of paintings, drawings, and sculptures, and a fusion of Aboriginal and Western...

Soothing with stand-up

 
The Trinity College Mental Health Institute has a goal of reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness. As a U of T organization working towards...

Good music comes in pairs

 
Many have heard of Raine Maida from his role as the lead vocalist and guitarist of Toronto band Our Lady Peace. However, OLP isn’t...

U of T colleges face off at Drama Fest

Hailey Mason From February 10 to 14, Hart House Theatre and the U of T Drama Coalition hosted the U of T Drama Festival. The...

What colour are your Oscars?

 
Who doesn’t enjoy a laugh at the expense of pop culture? The UC Follies Sketch Comedy Troupe provided exactly that at their sold-out show...

The long and short of it

 
The trailer for a film is often more entertaining than the film itself. Short bursts of action, a quick explanation of the film’s premise,...

Out of sight, but never out of mind

 
Approaching the halfway mark in its “Silver Season”, Theatre Erindale introduces its production of Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon Women and Others, a play that takes...

GTA artists get in on the conversation

 
Diaspora Dialogues, a non-profit Toronto-based arts organization, teamed up with the Art Gallery of Mississauga last Thursday to produce a night of vibrant performances...

Which direction does your paint flow?

 
UTMSU hosted Freedom Through Art last Thursday as part of UTM’s DisOrientation Week, a yearly tradition that occurs near the end of first semester...

We’re not all cut from the same cardboard

 
The Gallery at Sheridan College welcomed students and faculty last Thursday evening for the opening of its current exhibition, Project Project. The exhibition features...

Do you take performing arts in your coffee?

 
The Artistic Resource Team opened the doors of the Blind Duck last Wednesday night for their fall semester coffee house. Music, dance, and poetry...

You actually believed in willpower?

 
Theatre Erindale kicked off its “Silver Season” last Thursday with a haunting performance of Euripides’ Orestes. Under the direction of Autumn Smith, this classic...

What’s the scariest thing you’ve seen?

There are different kinds of fear: there’s giggly fun fear, psychological spine-chillers, and jump scares. Once upon a time, fear was witches being burned...

Judge the book by its cover and its cover art

 
The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is now featuring its exhibition on modern Czech book design. The well-preserved works on display include some of...

Mississauga opens its doors to art

Rumi Gallery Adelaide AttardThe Rumi Gallery, located in Port Credit, is one of Mississauga’s hidden gems.The gallery sits in a residential area, in between an...

That abstinence thing

 
The Woodsworth Innis New Drama Society gave a dynamic performance of Aristophanes’ classic comedy Lysistrata last week. Directed by Liz McLoughlin, Lysistrata was performed...

A 4th graders’ tragedy

 
Remember those class plays everyone had to perform in elementary school? We fought over the best parts, practiced our lines at the front of...

Finding an outlet for art on campus

 
Art is a universal tool that transcends social boundaries. It allows us to share thoughts, opinions, and messages that we might otherwise keep to...

Wrapping the season with black comedy

 
A man climbs onto the ledge of a building and contemplates jumping. His entire life culminates in this one fatal moment. But just when...

Embracing feminism on the MiST stage

 
Theatre Erindale’s 2016/2017 season has offered a diverse repertoire of productions, ranging from classical to contemporary. Despite their differences, the common theme of feminism...

U of T Drama Fest celebrates 25 years

Hailey Mason This year marks the 25th anniversary of the U of T Drama Festival. From February 9 to 11, Hart House Theatre and the...

Now that’s what I call feminism

 
A whirlwind of controversy arises in Henrik Ibsen’s infamous script, Hedda Gabler. In 1891, the year of the play’s release, Ibsen’s ground-breaking script was...

Horror meets harmony

 
What happens when you combine music with horror?I asked myself this question when I first heard the title of Hart House’s latest production, Carrie:...

Surfacing hidden depths with music

 
If you’re a horror fan, Carrie has probably come on your radar at some point, whether you’ve read the book or seen the films....

Uniting geology and art

 
The Earth has passed through the Holocene epoch, the Quaternary period, the Cenozoic era, and the Phanerozoic era. Currently, we exist in the Anthropocene—a...

An opportunity to share your story

 
Cody Caetano and Amna Azhar prepare for the annual release of Mindwaves and Compass.olivia adamczyk/the mediumEvery year, the professional writing and communication program at...

Understanding loss

 
If you’re looking for a missing-person film with a gripping plot, a mind-bending conclusion, and plenty of action thrown into the mix, Claire in...

Spoken from the lips of experience

 
Intergeneracial defines themselves as a “Black youth oral history theatre project.” Fiona Raye Clarke founded the collective in 2015. Last Thursday, Intergeneracial performed “From...

The shadow of an artist

 
Less than two weeks ago, the world lost a legend.Leonard Cohen graced the art scene with his revolutionary ideas on identity, sexuality, self-discovery, and...

Classic comedy takes a new direction

 
The 1940s were a period of great social change, particularly for women. When the men left their homes, families, and jobs to fight in...

Critiquing capitalism the right way

 
Imagine capitalism stripped of its secrecy. Imagine capitalism as a series of unfiltered, visual representations that illustrate contexts often shielded from the public. Blackwood...

Setting the scene for a new era

 
Hart House Theatre is in the midst of finalizing their second play of the 2016/2017 season. And under the direction of Carly Chamberlain, it’s...

The aesthetic appeal of capitalism

 
Capitalism is a topic of global controversy. North America has an insatiable greed for wealth and commodities, a greed that reinforces capitalism and capital...

UC Follies scorches the audience

 
Family, loss, mystery, and war are themes inherent to playwright Wajdi Mouawad’s portfolio. After attending Tideline last Friday at Hart House, I was anticipating...

Hart House rolls in with the tide

 
What defines loss? Is there one, singular way to mourn, or can this act be plural? These are questions Wilfred (Danny Ghantous) must confront...

Coming in with the tide

 
As Hart House approaches the start of its 2016/2017 season, cast members of Tideline engage in final preparations for Friday’s opening. Written by Wajdi...

A fresh start for Theatre Erindale

 
Theatre Erindale is in the midst of a new chapter. On May 2, 2016, David Matheson, a well-educated actor, teacher, and director, took over...

Inspiration from antiquity

 
A cluster of ceramic birds sits in the centre of the room. Intricate blue patterns fleck their white surfaces. The birds are both original...

UTM rolls in talent at film festival

 
UTM is a school brimming with cinematic talent, and the UTM Film Festival last Thursday night proved this true. Organized by ICCIT Council, DVS...

The laughing matter of infertility

 
Life often throws us obstacles we’re unable to control. While we may not have the power to prevent these challenges, we can choose how...

Tastes like paint: how to ice a canvas

 
White oil paint sculpted into cloudlike masses, a hidden-away gallery, eclectic blend of paintings, drawings, and sculptures, and a fusion of Aboriginal and Western...

Soothing with stand-up

 
The Trinity College Mental Health Institute has a goal of reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness. As a U of T organization working towards...

Good music comes in pairs

 
Many have heard of Raine Maida from his role as the lead vocalist and guitarist of Toronto band Our Lady Peace. However, OLP isn’t...

U of T colleges face off at Drama Fest

Hailey Mason From February 10 to 14, Hart House Theatre and the U of T Drama Coalition hosted the U of T Drama Festival. The...

What colour are your Oscars?

 
Who doesn’t enjoy a laugh at the expense of pop culture? The UC Follies Sketch Comedy Troupe provided exactly that at their sold-out show...

The long and short of it

 
The trailer for a film is often more entertaining than the film itself. Short bursts of action, a quick explanation of the film’s premise,...

Out of sight, but never out of mind

 
Approaching the halfway mark in its “Silver Season”, Theatre Erindale introduces its production of Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon Women and Others, a play that takes...

GTA artists get in on the conversation

 
Diaspora Dialogues, a non-profit Toronto-based arts organization, teamed up with the Art Gallery of Mississauga last Thursday to produce a night of vibrant performances...

Which direction does your paint flow?

 
UTMSU hosted Freedom Through Art last Thursday as part of UTM’s DisOrientation Week, a yearly tradition that occurs near the end of first semester...

We’re not all cut from the same cardboard

 
The Gallery at Sheridan College welcomed students and faculty last Thursday evening for the opening of its current exhibition, Project Project. The exhibition features...

Do you take performing arts in your coffee?

 
The Artistic Resource Team opened the doors of the Blind Duck last Wednesday night for their fall semester coffee house. Music, dance, and poetry...

You actually believed in willpower?

 
Theatre Erindale kicked off its “Silver Season” last Thursday with a haunting performance of Euripides’ Orestes. Under the direction of Autumn Smith, this classic...

What’s the scariest thing you’ve seen?

There are different kinds of fear: there’s giggly fun fear, psychological spine-chillers, and jump scares. Once upon a time, fear was witches being burned...

Judge the book by its cover and its cover art

 
The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is now featuring its exhibition on modern Czech book design. The well-preserved works on display include some of...

Mississauga opens its doors to art

Rumi Gallery Adelaide AttardThe Rumi Gallery, located in Port Credit, is one of Mississauga’s hidden gems.The gallery sits in a residential area, in between an...

That abstinence thing

 
The Woodsworth Innis New Drama Society gave a dynamic performance of Aristophanes’ classic comedy Lysistrata last week. Directed by Liz McLoughlin, Lysistrata was performed...

VAM supports society of local talent

 
From October 14 to 16, Visual Arts Mississauga showcased the work of the talented Mississauga Art Society.MAS is a collaboration of 22 Ontario-based fine...

We’re not all cut from the same cardboard

 
The Gallery at Sheridan College welcomed students and faculty last Thursday evening for the opening of its current exhibition, Project Project. The exhibition features...

Mississauga opens its doors to art

Rumi Gallery Adelaide AttardThe Rumi Gallery, located in Port Credit, is one of Mississauga’s hidden gems.The gallery sits in a residential area, in between an...
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