14. Eugene Onegin.

We saw the Canadian Opera Company’s production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin. It’s the tale of a man who insults a woman, kills his friends, and spends a few years moping about how rough he’s had it. A tale of toxic masculinity as old as time, but somehow still relevant today.

Chris and Michael saw it, and immediately went to Nathan Philip Square to talk about it.

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