We need audiences to show up for us more than ever.
I suppose if Toronto weren't the only city in the world where -- at least freely and willingly -- the visible minority has become the visible majority, the picture of an all-white arts board, let alone an all-white anything board, wouldn't be so starkly offensive. But it is.
A planeload of talented Americans have landed in Paris to bless the City of Light with the magic of George Gershwin. It's
"Oh to be young and going to Paris for the first time," exclaimed an elderly gentleman who donned his best sweatervest for