Culture and Literary Works: A Discussion with JLF Toronto’s Namita Gokhale
Comic Book Grading 101 – Part 1: Deciding to Grade
Bring on The Drama: Bobbi Brown Cosmetics introduces the Couture Drama Eye Shadow Palette for Fall 2019
Frame by Frame, a Macabre Tale – ‘SHe’ Review [MulanIFF 2019]
Passion for the Written Word: Discussing Literature with Dr. Shashi Tharoor
Vikas Swarup: Literature, Diplomacy, and Slumdog Millionaire
Anosh Irani and his Playwright Journey
Crafting a Festival: AD Wei Shen Discusses the Making of MulanIFF 2019
National Ballet of Canada
Wordless Expressions of Tragedy: A Look at the Ballet
February 15, 2017
The ballet is an experience loved by many. As a medium, however, it provides an avenue for various genres to be given a whole new experience.
A Tribute to Aleksandar Antonijevic
February 4, 2014
We give a tribute to National Ballet of Canada Principal Dancer Aleksandar Antonijevic, who will be retiring in March after 23 years with the company.
National Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet is the Bard’s Work in its Most Beautiful Form
March 14, 2013
The National Ballet of Canada has always delivered in every production they have staged. With Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, they have...
Google Celebrates 120 years of The Nutcracker
December 18, 2012
Today, Google’s doodle honours a classic stage spectacle: The Nutcracker. Celebrating its 120th anniversary, the production has touched the lives...
National Ballet’s Giselle – An Elegant Masterpiece
December 7, 2012
With the performing arts, we often revisit the classics. Shakespeare is a fantastic example. The times have changed, along with...
The Seagull – A Modern Ballet Masterpiece by John Neumeier
March 22, 2012
Rating: ★★★★★ (out of 5) Anton Chekhov; a master dramatist who created plays to test ones ability to think, to experience and...
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