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The School Track and Field: Congratulations to Sam Allatt, Hunter Bergsma, Xavier Bolduc, Dominic Crnkovic, Isabell Crnkovic, Victoria Crnkovic, Amy Crozier, Ashlynn Curtis, Peter Curtis, Lily Dawn, Franziska Fueth, Hannah Hall, Liam Hanson, Thomasz


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Johnny Depp Starts Here

From beloved bad-boy to cool and captivating maverick, Johnny Depp has inspired media intrigue and has been the source of international acclaim since the early 1990s. He has attracted attention for his eccentric image, his accidental acting career, his beguiling good looks, and his quirky charm. In Johnny Depp Starts Here, film scholar Murray Pomerance explores our fascination with Depp, his riddling complexity, and his meaning for our culture. Moving beyond the actor's engaging and inscrutable private life, Pomerance focuses on his enigmatic screen performances from A Nightmare on Elm Street to Secret Window. The actor's image is studied in terms of its ambiguities and its many strange nuances: Depp's ethnicity, his smoking, his tranquility, his unceasing motion, his links to the...

The Films of Johnny Depp

Since his rise to fame in the television series 21 Jump Street in 1987 and his subsequent transition to film acting, Johnny Depp has received constant criticism for his choice of roles--at least until his popular turn in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. This book aims to reveal the ways in which Depp's choices of film roles, though often considered eccentric, allowed him to develop into the representative film actor of his time. It organizes all of Depp's films chronologically, narrating in the process his transition from underestimated teenage pretty boy to bona fide Hollywood hotshot. Along the way, the book addresses Depp's relationship to earlier film actors, especially to Marlon Brando and the silent comics; the influence of Depp's androgynous sexuality on both his choice of...

Captain Aurora soars again as Montreal Fringe festival takes off - Montreal Gazette

Our first roundup from this year’s Montreal Fringe festival necessarily focuses on the off-Fringe shows — the ones that didn’t get the lottery prize of full festival status but nevertheless were first out of the gate. Many of these are playing at Théâtre Sainte-Catherine (264 Ste-Catherine St. E. ), beginning with the Toronto-based troupe Sex T-Rex, which follows last year’s sublimely funny swashbuckling spoof SwordPlay with Wasteland , an affectionate dig at... There are some characteristically delirious and inventive moments of physical comedy, mostly riffing on the crazed car chases of the Mad Max reboot. But this time around, there seemed to be fewer oases of charm, and too often frazzled tumbleweeds blew through long stretches between effective gags. % History of Invention is the latest slice of silly but genuinely informative edification from Kyle Allatt. Fashioned as a lecture with brilliantly absurdist PowerPointing, it counts down 10 of humanity’s greatest hits of ingenuity, including sliced bread, the brassiere and, of course, the light bulb. Love and Pasties, Miss S. sees the return of Holly Gauthier-Frankel’s burlesque creation Miss Sugarpuss. It’s a promising premise, but neither Gauthier-Frankel’s meta script nor her co-performer (and real-life amour), Amir Sám Nakhjavani, really catch fire. Thankfully, Gauthier-Frankel’s performance does. She’s truly mesmerizing as Miss Sugarpuss: playful, sweet, silly and, yes, very sexy. Théâtre Sainte-Catherine’s resident company, led by Alain Mercieca, is renowned for its seemingly ramshackle but somehow sublime ensemble pieces. Mercieca’s ATM: The Musical , which premièred last year, follows the house style of flinging everything at the wall and not really minding if not much sticks. Which makes this love story between a one- and a 99-per-center all the more entertaining. Chris Sandiford and Maïté Sinave make for an engaging, Annie Hall-ish couple, and there’s fabulously grotesque support from Sandi Armstrong as a filthy rich Manhattan mogul named, with not too much subtlety, Donna Lump. This new company, which operates from a converted food truck, is giving 40 performances alternating between French and English, all for free (though with some post-show tin-rattling). Caisse 606 / Checkout 606 is an enjoyable, Beckettian slice of physical comedy about two bored supermarket clerks who tire of making synchronized pleasantries to customers and start fooling around with items in stock, creating imaginative worlds... It’s family friendly and can be seen near the Fringe Park at St-Laurent Blvd. and Rachel St. Atomic City (Freestanding Room, 4324 St-Laurent Blvd. ) is a brisk wartime romantic comedy, written and performed by Jeff Gandell and Mariana Vial. It’s set in Oak Ridge, a secret city built to facilitate America’s race for nuclear power during the Second World War. Gandell and Vial play two boffins whose office romance might ignite or douse the war effort. The script seems slight but sneaks up on you, winding up as a kind of light variation on the alternative realities of that more weighty nuclear drama, Copenhagen. It’s all quite delightful, and Gandell and Vial’s ever so slightly tongue-in-cheek performances enhance its old-fashioned charm. The first fully official Fringe production I caught was the much-anticipated sequel to last year’s hit superhero musical Captain Aurora , playing at La Chapelle (3700 St-Dominique St. ). Thankfully, it doesn’t disappoint, being more Dark Knight... Initially there are a few too many bewildering, even messy epic brawling scenes as the SkyGuard good guys take on the fiendish alien bad guys. But once things settle down, Trevor Barrette’s playful and witty script and songs offer much to enjoy, with the 15 cast members all getting their chance to shine. Special mention to Zachary Creatchman as a boy-next-door turned kick-ass cyborg, and the marvellous Kendall Savage, again giving a loopy, show-stopping performance as the good girl possessed by an evil empress. The St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival continues to Sunday, June 19. Call 514-849-FEST or visit montrealfringe.

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  1. The School Track and Field: Congratulations to Sam Allatt, Hunter Bergsma, Xavier Bolduc, Dominic Crnkovic, Isabell Crnkovic, Victoria Crnkovic, Amy Crozier, Ashlynn Curtis, Peter Curtis, Lily Dawn, Franziska Fueth, Hannah Hall, Liam Hanson, Thomasz
  2. History of Invention is the latest slice of silly but genuinely informative edification from Kyle Allatt. Fashioned as a lecture with brilliantly absurdist PowerPointing, it counts down 10 of humanity's greatest hits of ingenuity, including sliced
  3. History of Canada, a one-man show by Montreal's Kyle Allatt, is anything but. As it turns out, our nation's history is hilarious. Allatt makes our first Prime Minister into Begbie from Trainspotting, and explains that the famous Battle of the Plains of

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Kyle's Favorite Beef Stew (beef, black pepper, burgundy wine, butter, carrot, cornstarch, parsley, flour, garlic, olive oil, onions, potato, salt, water, water, worcestershire sauce)

Chili Cheese Soup (butter, carrot, celery, flour, liquid smoke flavoring, milk, mustard powder, onions, paprika, worcestershire sauce)

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Kyle Allatt - IMDb
Kyle Allatt, Actor: Source Code. Kyle Allatt was born on September 16, 1978. He is an actor and assistant director, known for Source Code (2011), Secret Window (2004 ...

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Кайл Аллатт (Kyle Allatt). Фильмография, фото, интересные факты из жизни и многое другое на ...

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