Episode Guide

Each episode of The Scene Of The Scene has one of the Megaphonic hosts go to an event with friends, and then immediately afterwards find a quiet spot to talk about what they just saw. From movies to operas to concerts to live podcasts and more, listen in to some friends processing what just happened.


Chris, Charlotte, Mikey, and Garrett saw the Barbie movie!

33.Drawfee Live.

Jared and Jess saw Drawfee Live!

32.Tori Amos.

Chris and Mikey saw Tori Amos in concert.


Chris and Michael saw Tapestry Opera's production of Jacqueline, about the life of cellist Jacqueline du Pré.

30.Hansel and Gretel.

Chris and Michael saw Engelbert Humperdinck's opera Hansel and Gretel at the Canadian Opera Company.

29.The Barber of Seville.

Chris and Michael went to see the Canadian Opera Company’s production of Rossini’s The Barber of Seville.


Chris and Michael saw the Canadian Opera Company’s performance of Puccini’s Turandot.


Chris, Michael, Daniel, and Julie saw Antonín Dvořák's opera Rusalka.

26.Massive Attack: Mezzanine XX1.

Chris and Michael saw Massive Attack perform on their tour celebrating the 20th (or so) anniversary of their most critically acclaimed album, Mezzanine.


Chris and Michael saw Shanawdithit, a new opera exploring the life of the woman has been long considered the last Beothuk.


Chris and Michael saw Verdi’s opera Otello.

23.Buddha in Africa.

Chris, Lochin, and Manish saw Buddha in Africa (Nicole Schafer, 2019), a documentary that looks at an orphanage in Malawi, run by Taiwanese Buddhists.

22.Leftover Women.

Chris, Lochin, and Kirsty saw Leftover Women (Medalia & Shlam, 2019), a documentary that tracks the experiences of Chinese women who, in their late 20s or early 30s, are considered "too old" for marriage.

21.La Bohème.

Chris and Michael see Puccini’s La Bohème.

20.Così Fan Tutte.

Chris and Michael saw Mozart's Così fan tutte.


Chris and Michael saw Richard Strauss’s Elektra at the Canadian Opera Company.

18.PodCon 2.

Chris, Michael, Alex, and Sarah went to PodCon!

17.The Price of Everything.

Chris and Michael saw The Price of Everything (Nathaniel Kahn, 2018), a documentary about the art world.


Chris and Joy saw a live recording of Connected, a podcast about Apple products, and then went to a bar to talk about the show (and podcasts and Apple products).


Michael and Andy saw Hadrian, the new opera by Rufus Wainwright, performed by the Canadian Opera Company.

14.Eugene Onegin.

Chris and Michael saw the Canadian Opera Company’s production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin.

13.Three Identical Strangers.

Adam, Beth, and Chris saw the documentary Three Identical Strangers (Tim Wardle, 2018).

12.The Adventure of Faustus Bidgood.

Chris, Adam, and Michael saw The Adventure of Faustus Bidgood (Andy and Michael Jones, 1986), a cult comedy classic from Newfoundland.


Adam, Beth, and Chris watched the original Godzilla (Ishirō Honda, 1954). A giant monster is attacking Tokyo: Why? And how can its destruction be stopped?

10.Becoming Who I Was.

Chris and Lochin saw Becoming Who I Was (Moon Chang-Yong, 2017), a documentary about a young boy in India who is a reincarnation of a Tibetan monk.

9.Anna Bolena.

Chris and Michael saw Anna Bolena, an opera by Donizetti about Anne Boleyn.


Michael and Suzanne saw Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. (Stephen Loveridge, 2018), a documentary about musician/activist/provocateur M.I.A.

7.The Nightingale and Other Short Fables.

Chris and Michael see The Nightingale and Other Short Fables, a collection of short operatic and concert pieces by Igor Stravinsky.

6.The Return.

Chris and Lochin see The Return (Malene Choi, 2018), a hybrid documentary about Danish-Korean adoptees who return to Korea seeking their biological parents.


Chris and Angelo saw Cielo (Alison McAlpine, 2017), a documentary that has big questions about our relationship with the night sky.

4.People’s Republic of Desire.

Chris and Lochin saw People’s Republic of Desire (Hao Wu, 2018), about the world of Chinese live-stream fame.


Chris and Nadia saw Shirkers (Sandi Tan, 2018), a documentary about three teen zinester girls in Singapore who make a feature-length film—which is stolen just after filming wraps.


Chris and Nadia went to see the documentary Beuys (Andres Veiel, 2017), about the experimental artist, provocateur, and sometime politician Joseph Beuys.

1.Fun Home.

Chris, Michael, and Daniel went to see the musical Fun Home, based on Alison Bechdel’s autobiographical graphic novel.