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Day 108: Empire State of Mind

For our last full day in New York we woke up at the most normal time yet as we slowly seem to be acclimatising to the time zone. 417 more words

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Day 107: A Little Illumination

As has been the theme so far this trip, this morning I woke up super early. Knowing it would be a late-ish night I tried desperately to go back to sleep, but to no avail. 597 more words

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What the World Right Now Can Learn from Theatre

Every single day, I thank my lucky stars that I live in Canada. But every single day, I’m terrified of the world we live in. There are terrorist attacks in every corner of the globe on a regular basis, there’s a horrible man running the most powerful country in the world, countries are in the midst of civil wars, the planet continues to get warmer, there’s mass shootings every other week, etc. 1,078 more words

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End Whitewashing in Hollywood

Whitewashing: ‘Is your lead a minority? Well, good news! We have a white person on call to be cast as their role.’

Whitewashing within Hollywood is not new. 592 more words

Guys and Dolls Review

Last weekend, I saw Guys and Dolls at the Stratford Festival. Guys and Dolls follows two almost parallel storylines. One is about three gamblers, one of whom, runs a city-wide illegal floating crap game (and he’s hiding the game from his fiancee of 14 years, Miss Adelaide) and the other is about Save-a-Soul Mission, an organization that recruits sinners to “Follow the Fold.” The stories become intertwined when one of the best gamblers in New York City, Sky Masterson, falls in love with the sergeant of Save-a-Soul, Sarah Brown. 720 more words

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News Minute 9/19

The theatre department is preforming the Broadway hit, Deathtrap. Brockport Homecoming Pep Rally starts tomorrow night and Family Weekend kicks off Oct. 22!

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stymied appetites

It’s National Seafood Bisque Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

One loathes the fact that the Queens Cobbler, a probable serial killer operating on both sides of the Newtown Creek who leaves single shoes behind as a taunt to both community and gendarmes alike, left this stiletto heeled shoe behind at the very same Astoria saloon at which a humble drinks his troubles away. 431 more words

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