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In Universal Child Care, two working mothers scream into the void

“We all agree that the first five years of a human being's life are the most important, but we don't care about the people who are taking care of those kids," says Amy Nostbakken.

By Carly Maga / Feb 11, 2024
iPhoto caption: Norah Sadava in Mouthpiece (Patricia Rozema, 2018)

In Conversation: Patricia Rozema

Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema talks about adapting Mouthpiece for the screen, the challenges of theatre and film, and her career as a filmmaker.

By Robyn Grant-Moran / Oct 18, 2019

TIFF Parties, Simulated Sex, and a Racism Quiz

If you're gonna shame anyone involved in the Cosby show, I think we can all agree that there is only one piece of shit who actually deserves it.

By Tony Nappo / Sep 11, 2018
iPhoto caption: Top winners (clockwise from top left): John, 887, Come From Away

Here Are This Year’s Toronto Theatre Critics Award Winners

John, 887, and Come From Away are the winners of this year’s Toronto Theatre Critics Awards.

May 25, 2017