Sam Shepherd, McGill University
The hit Broadway musical sidesteps a frank portrayal of teenage suicide in favor of a half-baked portrait of teenage mental health.
Broadway-bound composers and producers should look to the Classics for musical theater inspiration.
Aaron Sorkin’s adaption of the beloved Harper Lee novel tinkers with conventions of a classic American story.
Four seasons and over a hundred music videos in, the musical comedy has provided loads of laughs and moments of introspection.
Director Lulu Wang combines comedy, tragedy and insight into the Chinese experience to create a near-perfect summer movie.
I abandoned my smartphone for a 24-hour personal study, and my findings surprised me.
This sitcom tackles Hollywood cynicism with a hilarious and open heart.
Give beef a break and indulge in one of these meat-free creations.
An emphasis on individual narratives allows this miniseries to open eyes to injustice.
Broadway is getting better, but The Great White Way still has ways to go before becoming truly accessible.
This uniquely Canadian podcast and radio show uses the debate format for laughs, and oftentimes, adds some insight into political discourse.
When straight singers write LGBTQ+ anthems, can the final product ever do more than pander?
The touching tale of pen pals, outcasts and chocolate hot dogs deserves a second act.
Because there’s more to growing up than ‘The Catcher in the Rye.’
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