The Shaw Festival


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Year:  1986 
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The Shaw Festival Oral History - Dorothy Middleditch 
AudioTexts  24 Apr 1986,   ...DOROTHY MIDDLEDITCH April 24, 1986 I helped Alice [Crawley] and that was enough for me; that finished me for life. I would do the office work, but I would not do costumes or scenery again. It was all hurry-scurry. The main thing was keeping Brian at bay. Brian would call up at 11 at night. He...
The Shaw Festival Oral History - Mary Coltart 
TextsAudio  2 Apr 1986,   ...MARY COLTART April 2, 1986 Interviewer: Mary, what was the year you were first involved? Mary Coltart: Was it 1960? The very first year there was a very small festival that Mary Walsh and such were involved. Interviewer: The first one was Man and Superman. Mary Coltart: And Androcles...
The Shaw Festival Oral History - Margherita Howe 
TextsAudio  8 Apr 1986,   ...MARGHERITA HOWE April 8, 1986 MARGHERITA HOWE: You've interviewed a lot of people, obviously, and I was thinking this morning that you would probably have had all very positive comments. I don't know how much you would ever want to say in a retrospective about the feelings early on, which were...
The Shaw Festival Oral History - Jean Gullion and Audrey Wooll 
TextsAudio  25 Feb 1986,   ...JEAN GULLION AND AUDREY WOOLL February 25, 1986 INTERVIEWER: What is the first year in which you became involved with Shaw? JEAN GULLION: We were trying to think of that yesterday, whether it was... AUDREY WOOLL: Brian Doherty phoned me and asked me if I would put together a women's guild...
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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.