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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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Bringing Shakespeare to the studio stage

This November, familiar Shakespearean themes of chivalry, justice, and honor will play out on the Theatre Erindale stage in its production of Henry IV...

Harlem Duet: a modern telling of Othello

Djanet Sears’ award-winning play Harlem Duet is back at Tarragon. This production serves not only as a welcome home to a critically-acclaimed Canadian work,...

Hamlet (William Shakespeare)

As an English major, I have my favourites and my throwaways. I do dabble in Victorian literature. My bookshelf is lined up with Charlotte...

Theatre Erindale takes on Twelfth Night

Those who dread Shakespeare should not fear Theatre Erindale’s production of Twelfth Night. The production held this past Friday seamlessly blends Shakespeare’s antiquated language...

Ending the graphic novel stigma

I’m sure many of us have read a graphic novel or comic in some form. You may have just read a few panels at...

Macbeth (Shakespeare)

Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a tale of power, loyalty, and ambition. Set in Scotland in the Middle Ages, Macbeth demonstrates what people will do when...

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...

Setting the scene for a new era

Hart House Theatre is in the midst of finalizing their second play of the 2016/2017 season. And under the direction of Carly Chamberlain, it’s...

A fresh start for Theatre Erindale

Theatre Erindale is in the midst of a new chapter. On May 2, 2016, David Matheson, a well-educated actor, teacher, and director, took over...

Julius Caesar (Shakespeare)

I’ve never considered ambition to be a fault. I view the ambitious as innovators who defy expectations. On this, Shakespeare and I seem to...

Get on the playful side

You’ve almost made it. There are only a few weeks left before the end of classes. Not only that, but the weather’s warming up...

Blackfriar actors have good sea legs

I somehow managed to talk myself into the idea that Pericles, Prince of Tyre, the second installment in Theatre Erindale’s Blackfriars Project, would somehow...
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