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Club funding at UTM

The Centre for Student Engagement (CSE) has been recently advertising their various funding initiatives for clubs and other student groups on campus. Here is...

Female ensemble of The Penelopiad shines

On Friday evening, Hart House Theatre held the opening production of The Penelopiad, directed by Michelle Langille, and adapted from Margaret Atwood’s novella. The...

The Penelopiad: empowering female voices

From November 9-24, Hart House Theatre presents The Penelopiad, a re-exploration of Homer’s Odyssey that focuses on the perspective of Penelope, the wife of...

Revisiting Heathers thirty years later

Heathers: The Musical, directed by Jennifer Walls and presented at Hart House Theatre, primes audience expectations from the beginning when actress Mary Bowden, who...

Finding Community on stage and off

For the first production of their 2018-19 season, Hart House Theatre presents Heathers: The Musical, based on the 1988 film of the same name....

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...

The secrecy of the Salem witch trials

Lies, accusations, and secrecy are themes that shroud Hart House’s upcoming production in an ominous cloak. Kicking off the new year with The Crucible,...

HCC hosts annual glice event at UTM

Last Friday, several of UTM’s organizations including the IEC, RAWC, Hart House, and UTMSU joined forces with the HCC Wellness Ambassadors to host the...

Highlighting Indigenous innovation

Last Monday, the Centre for Student Engagement, in collaboration with Hart House and the Canadian Multicultural Inventors Museum, hosted the “Native Invent: Sharing Our...

Horror meets harmony

What happens when you combine music with horror? I asked myself this question when I first heard the title of Hart House’s latest production, Carrie:...

Classic comedy takes a new direction

The 1940s were a period of great social change, particularly for women. When the men left their homes, families, and jobs to fight in...

Hart House brings innocence to light

On Friday October 21, Raconteurs Storytelling hosted their talk, “Architects of Justice: Stories from the Justice System” at Hart House. Speakers shared their personal...
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