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Stratford Festival 'devastated' by the loss of Brent Carver
Carver spent nine seasons with the Stratford Festival, inspiring audiences with his dramatic, comedic and musical roles. His Stratford debut came in 1980, when he played Edmund Tyrone in Robin Phillip's production of Long Day's Journey Into Night, co-starring with William Hutt and Jessica Tandy. In that same season, Carver performed in The Beggar's Opera, Foxfire and The Servant of Two Masters.

His other Stratford roles include Hamlet in both Hamlet and Rozencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead; Don John in 1987's Much Ado About Nothing; Ned and Beatrice in the 2000 world premiere of Timothy Findley's Elizabeth Rex; and Jacques in 2010's As You Like It.
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IRSHAD MANJI AT SECOND CITY
"This is in fact enlightened self-interest that is served when we slow down and open up our minds enough to listen to people with whom we disagree - only then do we have the wherewithal to potentially bring them on our side, down the road."