Kathelene Cattell-Daniels

Kathelene Cattell-Daniels
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Get on the playful side

You’ve almost made it. There are only a few weeks left before the end of classes. Not only that, but the weather’s warming up...

In photos: After School Special a sold-out success

Last Thursday, UTM's radio station, CFRE, hosted the After School Special, a sold-out music event at the Blind Duck which featured performances from Jazz...

Actors soar in season’s closing production

One of the first signs of a great play is that you don’t know you’re watching it.Let me explain that a little better. It’s...

The flip side of trigger warnings

Last month, I attended U of T’s Drama Festival, which showcases new work acted, written, and directed by students at U of T’s various...

Revisiting: Goldfrapp | Head First

Judging from the cover art alone, Head First by Goldfrapp looks like an adventure in cotton-candy land. I figure that might be ironic. I...

Blackfriar actors have good sea legs

I somehow managed to talk myself into the idea that Pericles, Prince of Tyre, the second installment in Theatre Erindale’s Blackfriars Project, would somehow...

Patrick Watson | Just Another Ordinary Day

Just Another Ordinary Day starts in a moody place, sounding like your average indie-rock album. Then things get weird. As you might already know,...

Make ’em laugh: the ins and outs of farce

Hart House is about to open its final show of the season, the farce Boeing Boeing written by Marc Camoletti and translated by Beverley...

On your marks, get set, Shakespeare

Last year, Theatre Erindale ran an experiment: they took two condensed Shakespeare plays (Troilus and Cressida and Romeo and Juliet) and cast both with...

Learning to take risks as an actress

I’m in second year, standing in a rehearsal hall in a far corner of the North Building, and I am taking my clothes off....

Checking in at the Chelsea

I’ve seen Oklahoma! one too many times. I grew up watching Oliver! and listening to the soundtrack for Les Miserables. Needless to say, I...

So what kind of a writer are you, exactly?

I sit across from Professor Robert Price in his tiny office in CCT as he twists a black ballpoint pen between his fingers. I...
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