Kathelene Cattell-Daniels

Kathelene Cattell-Daniels
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Saints and satyrs of the liberal arts

Theatre Erindale’s latest concoction, Uncommon Women and Others, is spellbinding. Set at a prestigious liberal arts college for women, Wendy Wasserstein’s play takes the...

Lost something? Find it in the woods

What do you want? What do you want more than anything else in world? And to what ends are you willing to go in...

Content approved for immature adults

I like to watch kids’ movies. Okay, that’s not entirely true. I like to watch good kids’ movies. And sure, part of it is...

Are we out of the woods yet? Ask Rapunzel

Hart House Theatre is currently in the throes of tech week before their third production of the season, Into the Woods, opens this Friday....

A World Next Door | The Parlotones

They say to never judge a book by its cover or, by extension, an album by its cover art. But I think I have...

Girls can go to law school too, you know

The biggest problem I had with Legally Blonde as a story was that I knew how it was going to end before it even...

Have a jolly month off with no assignments

Exams are over, papers are in, and suddenly UTM students have nearly a month of freedom on their hands. As with everything, there are...

Getting colder

I first discovered The Winter’s Tale when I saw it at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Prior to seeing the play, I didn’t know the...

Working on a better rap

Here’s the truth: I don’t listen to rap. Ever. I usually find it exhausting to listen to and very hard to follow. To my...

Let’s talk about sex in a canoe, baby

You can argue that all actors are exhibitionists. By that logic, I suppose that anyone who goes to the theatre is automatically a voyeur.I’ll...

When the finals hit home

Therapy dogs? Been there. Stress eating? Done that. Crafts? It’s not the first thing that came to mind, is it?Everyone has their own ways...

Hard knock life for Denmark’s prince

The biggest thing I’m taking away from Hart House Theatre’s production of Hamlet is this: a director with a vision is the best thing...
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