The Shaw Festival


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  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Christopher Newton, 2002
    Video       Interview with Christopher Newton by Steve Paikin (TVO Studio 2). Filmed during Chris Newton's last year as artistic director of the Shaw Festival Theatre. Also featured in this program: Richard Ouzounian, the theatre critic, talking about the Shaw Festival, then actor Michael Ball about his involvement, Neil Munro, actor and ...
    Video     Interview with Christopher Newton by Steve Paikin (TVO Studio 2). Filmed during Chris Newton's last year as artistic director of the Shaw Festival Theatre. Also featured in this program: Richard ...
  • To Comfort or Provoke? The Necessary and Complex Role of Theater in our Chaotic World
    Audio       To Comfort or Provoke? The Necessary and Complex Role of Theater in our Chaotic World. Lecture by Jackie Maxwell, director (since 2001) and artistic director (since 2003) of the Shaw Festival Theatre at Niagara-on-the-Lake. Part of series Chautauqua Lectures.
    Audio     To Comfort or Provoke? The Necessary and Complex Role of Theater in our Chaotic World. Lecture by Jackie Maxwell, director (since 2001) and artistic director (since 2003) of the Shaw ...
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Martha Mann
    AudioText       Interview with Martha Mann, the designer for the Shaw Festival in 1963.
    AudioText     Interview with Martha Mann, the designer for the Shaw Festival in 1963.
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The Shaw Festival


The Shaw Festival is a major Canadian theatre festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, the second largest repertory theatre company in North America. Founded in 1962, its original mandate was to stimulate interest in George Bernard Shaw and his period, and to advance the development of theatre arts in Canada.