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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Rachael Masih

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Let’s slam and chill: the EDSS edition

This past Friday, the English and Drama Studies Society (EDSS) threw their annual Slam & Chill event at the Blind Duck Pub. The evening was...

Making a woman’s world in Top Girls

Top Girls opened at the Erindale Theatre this past Thursday. Melee Hutton’s rendition of the show by Caryl Churchill played with the tensions between...

I’ve done a thousand dreadful things

Titus Adronicus, directed by James Wallis, is Hart House Theatre’s last production for the season. Written by Shakespeare around 1588, this play is said...

Consent: It’s really, really important

Paul Downs Colaizzo’s Really Really opened at the MiST Theatre this past Thursday. The play, which is directed by Michael Bradley, focuses on issues...

Just dance and everything will be OK

This past Friday, Rhythm Performing Arts held an event titled “Just Dance Games Night.” The club, as well as many non-members, gathered in the...

Dropping a mellifluous poetic verse

In conjunction with the Free Times Cafe, this past Tuesday, the Art Bar held its weekly poetry series. This time, the event was hosted...

It’s time to talk and listen to the land

This past Friday, the Blackwood Gallery held a discussion panel at the Jackman Humanities Institute. The panel, “All Our Relations: The Art of Land...

A life worth sharing

Quite often there are youth who find themselves in dire situations, out on the streets with no home to turn to. Behind every faceless...

Chewing out the male-female binary

Last Thursday, the theatre and drama studies program premiered The Wo/Man, a play based on Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story “The Yellow Wallpaper”. Directed...

Slam poetry from inside the dollhouse

Last Friday night, I entered The Drake Hotel Underground for a night of poetry. Hosted by the Toronto Poetry Project, The Ragdolls took the...

Nuit Blanche 2016: Two perspectives

Brainwaves and water Rachael MasihOne project that stood out at Nuit Blanche this year was an interactive piece by Lisa Park called “Eunoia II.”In this...

Expanding the spotlight

Last Wednesday night, I had the pleasure of attending U of T Spotlight’s first Cabaret Night of the year in Hart House’s Arbor Room....

Let’s slam and chill: the EDSS edition

This past Friday, the English and Drama Studies Society (EDSS) threw their annual Slam & Chill event at the Blind Duck Pub. The evening was...

Making a woman’s world in Top Girls

Top Girls opened at the Erindale Theatre this past Thursday. Melee Hutton’s rendition of the show by Caryl Churchill played with the tensions between...

I’ve done a thousand dreadful things

Titus Adronicus, directed by James Wallis, is Hart House Theatre’s last production for the season. Written by Shakespeare around 1588, this play is said...

Consent: It’s really, really important

Paul Downs Colaizzo’s Really Really opened at the MiST Theatre this past Thursday. The play, which is directed by Michael Bradley, focuses on issues...

Just dance and everything will be OK

This past Friday, Rhythm Performing Arts held an event titled “Just Dance Games Night.” The club, as well as many non-members, gathered in the...

Dropping a mellifluous poetic verse

In conjunction with the Free Times Cafe, this past Tuesday, the Art Bar held its weekly poetry series. This time, the event was hosted...

It’s time to talk and listen to the land

This past Friday, the Blackwood Gallery held a discussion panel at the Jackman Humanities Institute. The panel, “All Our Relations: The Art of Land...

A life worth sharing

Quite often there are youth who find themselves in dire situations, out on the streets with no home to turn to. Behind every faceless...

Chewing out the male-female binary

Last Thursday, the theatre and drama studies program premiered The Wo/Man, a play based on Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story “The Yellow Wallpaper”. Directed...

Slam poetry from inside the dollhouse

Last Friday night, I entered The Drake Hotel Underground for a night of poetry. Hosted by the Toronto Poetry Project, The Ragdolls took the...

Nuit Blanche 2016: Two perspectives

Brainwaves and water Rachael MasihOne project that stood out at Nuit Blanche this year was an interactive piece by Lisa Park called “Eunoia II.”In this...

Expanding the spotlight

Last Wednesday night, I had the pleasure of attending U of T Spotlight’s first Cabaret Night of the year in Hart House’s Arbor Room....
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