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Today in Toronto: Long Day’s Journey Into Night and the Jim Cuddy Band

Long Day’s Journey Into Night Soulpepper has devoted a large portion of its new season to the American oeuvre. A real downer for CanCon hawks, but terrific news for fans of Eugene O’Neill. This most classic of classic American plays stars real-life couple Joseph Ziegler and Nancy Palk—who were terrific Lomans in the company’s Death of a Salesman—as a long-married alcoholic husband and morphine-addicted wife during a gruelling day at the seaside with their grown sons. Find out more »

The Jim Cuddy Band The title track of Skyscraper Soul, Cuddy’s third solo album, is an ode to the city he feels is unjustly maligned. It’s also a perfect description of the Blue Rodeo co-frontman’s musical territory, a mellow, thoroughly urbanized form of country pop that owes more to Jackson Browne than it does to Hank Williams. Find out more »

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