Category: Arts

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How to play while you’re away

by Michael Bull Theatre is a demanding profession, to say the least. Not to take anything away from any other courses Mount Royal offers, but few demand so much not only mentally, but physically...

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Off the beaten reel

by Sean-Paul Boynton Tired of the usual Oscar schlock? Worried that independent film may be squashed once and forever by the rise of 3D-tainment? Aren’t you sick of hearing the words “James Cameron” mentioned...

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Noise 101 CD Reviews for April 1 Reflector

Choice Cut by Sean-Paul Boynton If you’re looking for some insight into the originality and individualism of Erykah Badu, take a look at the video for “Window Seat,” the first single from her stunning new...

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Coming out of the shadows

by Vanessa Gillard When one thinks on the dynamics of a band – who is the sexiest, the most energetic, who has the best moves, who has mystique if you will – it has...

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Telling stories on the fly

by Sean-Paul Boynton In the year 1599, William Shakespeare penned one of his most famous soliloquies, spoken by the character Jacques in As You Like It, which contains these immortal opening lines: “All the...

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The best way to spend your lunch

by Sean-Paul Boynton If you’re looking for a fun alternative to the crowded food courts and overpriced sandwich stands during your lunch hour, all you have to do is pack a snack and head...

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Plenty of room for improvement

by Michael Bull To deny the appeal of the Liberty Lounge is like denying the beauty of your slightly stupid first-born child. While yes, they are a little slow, with great tenderness and affection...