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Today in Toronto: The Andersen Project, Death of a Salesman, Band of Horses

Death of a Salesman Arthur Miller’s play is a flawlessly told story about a flawed, flailing man and the woman who stands by him. The chance to watch real-life couple Joseph Ziegler and Nancy Palk embody Willy and Linda Loman makes it that much better. Find out more >>

The Andersen Project Before The Nightingale and Other Short Fables—that COC opera with the swimming pool—there was this 2005 one-man show, another Robert Lepage creation with Hans Christian Andersen at its centre. Find out more >>

Band of Horses This South Carolina band’s song “Life on Earth” may set the mood for a steamy who-needs-sex scene between Edward and Bella in a little film called Eclipse, but let’s hope they haven’t peaked just yet. Find out more >>

Abbey Road Talk about shelf life. Last fall, the Art of Time Ensemble resurrected the Beatles’ last recorded album in front of a sold-out crowd. At this year’s special encore, Steven Page and Sarah Slean once again lend their vocals to the Ensemble’s loving arrangements. Find out more >>

John Brown Not known for rushing the creative process, John Brown can spend up to a year getting a painting exactly right. The results—sanded and scraped panels in extraordinary colours—are worth the wait. Find out more >>

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