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Shaw Festival Review: When We Are Married

July 14, 2014 | By Hermine Steinberg
Shaw Festival Review: When We Are Married

Ladies, it's time to call your BFFs, pack up the car, and go for a road trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake to see When We Are Married, one of The Shaw Festival's gems this season.

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Shaw Festival Review: The Philadelphia Story

July 11, 2014 | By Hermine Steinberg
Shaw Festival Review: The Philadelphia Story

Philip Barry's "screwball comedy" doesn't quite resonate with contemporary audiences.

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Shaw Festival Review: The Charity That Began at Home

July 02, 2014 | By Hermine Steinberg
Shaw Festival Review: The Charity That Began at Home

Hankin's Edwardian drawing room comedy centers on the fundamental question of whether any dogma, even one which appears to be driven by genuinely altruistic motives, can be applied universally and have positive results.

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Shaw Festival Review: Arms and a Man

July 02, 2014 | By Hermine Steinberg
Shaw Festival Review: Arms and a Man

George Orwell once described 'Arms and a Man' as Shaw's wittiest play.

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Shaw Festival Review: 'Cabaret' Takes a New Direction

June 19, 2014 | By Hermine Steinberg
Shaw Festival Review: 'Cabaret' Takes a New Direction

Peter Hinton's 'Cabaret' introduces modern audiences to a history they may be unfamiliar with.

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THEATRE REVIEW: Flashdance the Musical

May 30, 2014 | By Sarah Bauder
THEATRE REVIEW: Flashdance the Musical

Despite the differences from its cinematic predecessor, Flashdance the Musical is fun, flashy, and brash.

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REVIEW: Wolfenstein: The New Order

May 28, 2014 | By Emma Mazerall
REVIEW: Wolfenstein: The New Order

Blazkowicz returns to fight Nazis on the moon (yes, really) in the latest installment of the Wolfenstein video game series

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REVIEW: 'The Dirties' Limited Edition DVD

May 20, 2014 | By Jake Horowitz
REVIEW: 'The Dirties' Limited Edition DVD

It's a comedy about a school shooting. It's an unflinching look at bullying. It's a portrait of a sociopathic teenager who looks just like every other teenager. And yet it all meshes together flawlessly, creating something that all at once resembles a 17 year old's indulgent final assignment, while

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