Tag: Mandy Patinkin


The Great Controversy of 1812

While Broadway controversies rarely make headline news, last week’s Mandy Patinkin/The Great Comet saga sure got a lot of ink. More


My Wild Party Experience in New York City

Unionville High School had a tradition – every year the Grade 10 Drama Students would go on a trip New York City in May. So, in early May of 2000, I boarded the bus to the Big Apple.

We departed early Monday morning and pulled up to the Skyline Hotel at West 49th St and 10th Ave. around 7 p.m.; it was four students to a room. We spent that first night wandering around Times Square; candy stores, Toys-R-Us and neon lights. I don’t really remember what we did during the days (Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum, Harlem… it’s all kind of a blur) because the real reason I went on the trip was to go see Broadway musicals. More


Morro and Jasp: In Defence of Harmless Clowns Everywhere

Beloved Toronto clown duo Morro & Jasp routinely spread joy and fun around the city with their adventures and antics in cooking, literature, puberty and more. But they also have undertaken a very serious responsibility in the world: defending the name of the clown against scary, mean stereotypes (just like Burrs from The Wild Party, who plays a clown on stage but has a much more sinister presence at home). The following is a response from Morro & Jasp regarding a recent story about the rise of “evil clowns.” More