Kathelene Cattell-Daniels

Kathelene Cattell-Daniels
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Drama Club tackles The Tempest

The Tempest is a handful of a show. One of Shakespeare’s last plays, The Tempest is highly complex both in text and in plot...

Theatre Erindale sews up another hit show

If you need a little something to perk you up from the depths of January despair, A Stitch in Time by Dorothy Lees-Blakey with...

The Guggenheim comes to the AGO

The Great Upheaval: Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Collection is a selection of pieces taken from the selection that Guggenheim made. There’s a potential for...

Indie romance comes to Toronto

Admittedly, I was a little sceptical when I heard that the musical Once was based on a film of the same name. How do...

Holiday Events Guide 2013

The Medium collected a few events, artsy and otherwise, to keep you occupied over the break. Click for a larger size! A plain text...

Tarragon serves up both style and creativity

As is the case with many GTA theatre companies, the audience that attends the Tarragon Theatre’s shows isn’t exactly young, and may be more...

Music with impact

The new recording of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, conducted by Antonio Pappano, is a little terrifying, especially released so close to Remembrance Day. To...

Whimsy with a side of social commentary

The Gardiner Museum is empty. Located just across from the Royal Ontario Museum, which has four school buses lined up outside, it’s easy to...

Atwood returns with another feisty tale

I keep saying I’m going to give Margaret Atwood one more chance to convince me that she’s the writer Canada gives her credit for...

Theatre Erindale starts season on a high

I first saw Arthur Miller’s The Crucible adapted by Soulpepper a couple of years ago, and I liked it; the profoundly disturbing and thought-provoking...

Venus in Fur flips convention on its head

Venus in Fur is a powerful play that rocked the Broadway boat last year and has now come to Toronto. Directed by Jennifer Tarver...

Lost in Game of Thrones lore

I spent my summer doing three things: taking a full load of summer courses, folding clothes at Costco, and reading A Song of Ice...
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