By Anna Swanson
In which men are spurred by their more conniving counterparts played by Frances McDormand, and the similarities don’t stop there.
By Meg Shields
Shakespeare is the most screen-adapted writer of all time. And as far as cinematic adaptations go, 1948 was the best year.
By Hannah Payne
Musical theatre is rife with this common trope, but where did it come from and how does it work?
By M.G McIntyre
Although often parodied for their deference, and known for their comedy, a vein of fatalism runs through the best Canadian artists and art, and ‘Slings And Arrows’ is definitely among the best.
By Neil Miller
You may not yet know it, but a re-telling of ‘Hamlet’ from Ophelia’s point of view is exactly what this world needs.