The Shaw Festival


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Decade:  2010 
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The Royal George Theatre Tour & History. 
TextsImages  November 2010,   ...Dedication and self-portrait of George Bernard Shaw Faye Goodwin bob.faveOsympatico.ca - 468-8981 - November 2010...
50 Years of Shaw Festival Volunteers. 
TextsImages  October 2012,   ... Martin 1989-90 Keith Norman 1991-1992 Robert Aylesworth 1993-1994 Marybeth Moyer 1995-1996 Shirley McKeown 1997-1998 Kelvin Service 1999-2000 Gail Nagley 2001-2002 Ron Dalgleish 2003-2004 Faye Goodwin 2005-2006 Suzanne Hebert 2007-2008 Carol Reid 2009-2010 Peter Barwell 2011-2013 Note: Additional Shaw...
Laughter & Tears. The 1960s 
Texts  21 May 2011,   Article "Laughter & Tears. The 1960s" about beginnings of the Shaw Festival, featuring interviews with some of the performers. In 1962, eight weekend performances of "Don Juan in hell" and "Candida" (both by Bernard Shaw) were presented in the Court House in Niagara-on-the-Lake as a part of...
The Shaw Festival Oral History - unidentified discussion group 
TextsAudio  2010,   Discussion of unidentified group of volunteers at the Shaw Festival Theatre, talking about the beginnings of the Shaw Theatre. Betty Taylor is recognized as one of the participants. Transcription only; audio file not available; not dated. Part of Shaw Festival Foundation Oral History Project....
The Shaw Festival Oral History - Cameron Porteous 
Audio  10 Sep 2010,   ...Cameron Porteous (interview over the phone). Thursday, September 9, 2010 Question 1) When was the thrust stage put in the Court House? It was in for Alfred Nobbs, the first play for which it was used, in 1982. Cameron and Christopher Newton had planned to erect a pavilion on the common...
Father Doherty's Miracle 
Texts  2011,   Compilation of different interviews with the founders, actors, designers, volunteers, people involved in the creation and first years of the Shaw Festival Theatre. Among them: Brian Doherty, Calvin Rand, Alice Crowley, Sandy Webster, Tim Devlin, Dorothy Middleditch, Barbara Ransom, Thomas Burrows,...
The Shaw Festival Oral History - Mary Haney 
TextsObjects  12 Nov 2010,   Interview with Mary Haney, actress and member of the Shaw Festival Theatre for many years. Seasons with the Shaw Festival: 1978-80, 1986, 1988-99 Transcription only; audio file not available. Part of Shaw Festival Foundation Oral History Project
The Shaw Festival Oral History - Carolyn MacKenzie 
TextsAudio  25 Jun 2010,   ...Caroline MacKenzie Interview: Nancy Butler, interviewer June 25, 2010 NB: What were your positions at the Shaw Festival? CM: I probably had more positions than any body but a lot of them were for a very short period of time. Initially I was in Stage Management. I came...
The Shaw Festival Oral History - Mary Anne Seppala 
TextsAudio  1 Nov 2010,   ...MA - Mary Anne Sepala NB - Nancy Butler November 1,2010 NB: So you were working for Hydro? Were you out of school by then? MA: during the summers while I was a senior at high school and while I was in university. I worked in the summer at Adam Beck Hydro Generating Station. We did...
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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.