Feel like doing something fancy? How about relaxing amongst spectacular gardens overlooking the city while being serenaded by a jazz singer? No, it’s not too good to be true. Join jazz and blues vocalist Cara Matthew on the Casa Loma terrace, where she’ll be performing a variety of hits from artists like Billy Joel, Aerosmith, and Bob Dylan in her own style.
Best known for his book Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs, author and columnist Chuck Klosterman has made a career out of dissecting American pop culture. Now, on the eve of releasing a collection of essays on villainy, I Wear the Black Hat, he’ll sit down for an interview with Canada AM film critic Richard Crouse. Join them for a celebration of Klosterman’s past work, and a sneak peek into his eighth release.
Playwright and director Bobby Del Rio touches on the struggle artists face in The Trial of Ken Gass. Based on the real-life dismissal of a Canadian theatre legend, the play sees Ken Gass continually put on trial for crimes of which he knows nothing. The part of Gass will be played by a different actor every night, including Peter Keleghan, Art Hindle, Diane Flacks, Greg Dunham, and Dinesh Sachdev.