From Victoria Mcnally of MTV:
Why Rachel McAdams’ First Major TV Role Is Still Her Best
In 2003, a year before McAdams was cast as the ultimate mean girl, she appeared on “Slings and Arrows,” the entirety of which you can now watch on Hulu. Set against an annual Shakespeare festival in the fictional town of New Burbage (which is based on the real-life Stratford Festival in Ontario), the quirky comedy explored the lives of the theater company that’s tasked with bringing the festival back to its former glory. Oh, and the recently deceased artistic director who haunts his replacement, because what would a good Shakespeare story be without a ghost? Continue reading.
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