Kathelene Cattell-Daniels

Kathelene Cattell-Daniels
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Painting a new picture

I open my eyes and I’m looking right at Matti Maclean. He’s my height, with piercing eyes and a black T-shirt that says “I...

Theatre Erindale wraps up a successful year

I walked out of the Thursday night preview of Mary Vingoe’s Living Curiosities or What You Will thinking about a lot of things. I...

A hidden, gripping gem

Snowpiercer is one of those movies that should have been a big box office hit but wasn’t. People love this stuff, this kind of...

Love never gets old

With Reading Week past us, I imagine that most UTM students have just about had enough of school-related reading. So, here’s what I’d propose:...

When you cross star-crossed lovers and fun

Watching theatre is never about checking a play off my list of plays I haven’t seen. As with books and movies, every time I...

Writing & Photo Contest 2015 Runner-up — Poetry

Draw Me a Dress Draw me a dress that I can colour in inside the lines and wear during the dances that spin inside my head.Ballrooms of marble fringed with...

UTM drama turns to classical drama

Sometimes I wonder why plays as old as Antigone are still kicking around and getting produced. I wonder if maybe it’s because, as people,...

Splendor in the Grass (1961)

By complete coincidence, I am at this very moment involved in Theatre Erindale’s production of Picnic, a Pulitzer Prize–winning play by William Inge, who...

CBC just got a little stranger

Television is getting edgy. Admittedly, I don’t follow a lot of shows (blame it on the honours BA), but I do know what people...

Through a different lens

The Orenda by Joseph Boyden was not exactly an easy holiday read. Over the break, I usually opt for a less politically intricate story,...

Wild ride in a van

Though not explicitly billed as a mystery or a thriller, Wolf in White Van moves at an impressive pace with a large helping of...

The Bishop’s Wife (1947)

Christmas was, at one time, more of a religious holiday than a commercial one. This is something that has been forgotten, for the most...
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