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  • "You never can tell" at the Shaw Festival Theatre. A special performance for Queen Elizabeth II.
    TextImage       Program of a special performance "You never can tell" by Bernard Shaw marking the visit of Elizabeth II Prince Philip to the Shaw Festival Theatre, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario on June 28, 1973. A gate fold brochure made by folding both end panels of a page inward so they meet in the ...
    TextImage     Program of a special performance "You never can tell" by Bernard Shaw marking the visit of Elizabeth II Prince Philip to the Shaw Festival Theatre, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario on June 28, ...
  • The Shaw Festival 1962: Christmas in the Market Place.
    TextImage       Undated newspaper clipping with article about beginnings of the Shaw Festival, its co-founder Brian Doherty and his newest idea for Christmas performance. Colour photographs of different animal masks being prepared for this play by staff at the Shaw Theatre.
    TextImage     Undated newspaper clipping with article about beginnings of the Shaw Festival, its co-founder Brian Doherty and his newest idea for Christmas performance. Colour photographs of different animal masks being prepared ...
  • The Shaw Festival 1962: Candida
    Image       Copies of colour photographs of David Michener, Barbara Ransom and Tim Devlin in "Candida", the first full-length production of the Shaw Festival.
    Image     Copies of colour photographs of David Michener, Barbara Ransom and Tim Devlin in "Candida", the first full-length production of the Shaw Festival.
  • Brian Doherty and Tom Burrows in front of the Court House Theatre
    Image       Newspaper photograph with caption:" Shaw Founder Brian Doherty and General Manager Tom Burrows get their heads together over one of the myriad details associated with day-to-day operation of the Festival."
    Image     Newspaper photograph with caption:" Shaw Founder Brian Doherty and General Manager Tom Burrows get their heads together over one of the myriad details associated with day-to-day operation of the Festival."
  • Village Wooing by Calvin Rand
    Textcomment       Village Wooing. Chapter 1. First Draft. A memoir of the Shaw Festival's early days by Calvin Rand, one of the co-founders. 12 pages of "very rough draft".
    Textcomment     Village Wooing. Chapter 1. First Draft. A memoir of the Shaw Festival's early days by Calvin Rand, one of the co-founders. 12 pages of "very rough draft".
  • Father Doherty's Miracle
    Text       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, Raymond Wickens, Betty Taylor, Mary Coltart, Margherita Howe, Tony ...
    Text     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 ...
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Sandy Webster
    TextAudio       Interview with Sandy Webster, veteran actor and member of the Shaw Festival for many decades. Seasons with the Shaw Festival: 1966-67, 1973, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1985-90, 1993-98. Transcription only; audio file not available.
    TextAudio     Interview with Sandy Webster, veteran actor and member of the Shaw Festival for many decades. Seasons with the Shaw Festival: 1966-67, 1973, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1985-90, 1993-98. Transcription only; audio file ...
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Reid Willis
    TextAudio       Interview with Reid Willis, who played a part in "Forty Years On" during 1970 season of the Shaw Festival Theatre. Transcription only; audio file not available. Part of Shaw Festival Foundation Oral History Project
    TextAudio     Interview with Reid Willis, who played a part in "Forty Years On" during 1970 season of the Shaw Festival Theatre. Transcription only; audio file not available. Part of Shaw Festival ...
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Raymond Wickens
    TextAudio       Interview with Raymond Wickens, the Shaw Festival manager and publicity director between 1965 and 1968. Transcription only; audio file not available.
    TextAudio     Interview with Raymond Wickens, the Shaw Festival manager and publicity director between 1965 and 1968. Transcription only; audio file not available.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Mary Anne Seppala
    TextAudio       Interview with Mary Anne Seppala, one of the first volunteers at the Shaw Festival Theatre. Transcription only; audio file not available. Part of Shaw Festival Foundation Oral History Project.
    TextAudio     Interview with Mary Anne Seppala, one of the first volunteers at the Shaw Festival Theatre. Transcription only; audio file not available. Part of Shaw Festival Foundation Oral History Project.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Marjorie McCourt
    TextAudio       Interview with Marjorie McCourt, resident and business owner in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Transcription only; audio file not available. Part of Shaw Festival Foundation Oral History Project.
    TextAudio     Interview with Marjorie McCourt, resident and business owner in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Transcription only; audio file not available. Part of Shaw Festival Foundation Oral History Project.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Brian Doherty
    Audio       Interview with Brian Doherty by Kenneth Reid about the origin of the Shaw Festival Theatre at Niagara-on-the-Lake. Audio file only; no transcription.
    Audio     Interview with Brian Doherty by Kenneth Reid about the origin of the Shaw Festival Theatre at Niagara-on-the-Lake. Audio file only; no transcription.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Jean Gullion and Audrey Wooll
    TextAudio       Interview with Jean Gullion and Audrey Wooll about volunteering with the Shaw Guild. Transcription only; audio file not available.
    TextAudio     Interview with Jean Gullion and Audrey Wooll about volunteering with the Shaw Guild. Transcription only; audio file not available.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Joan Draper
    Text       "My memories of the Shaw Festival" by Joan Draper, covering some events during 1967-1978 period (including royal and state visits in 1973). Transcription only; audio file not available.
    Text     "My memories of the Shaw Festival" by Joan Draper, covering some events during 1967-1978 period (including royal and state visits in 1973). Transcription only; audio file not available.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Thomas Burrows
    AudioText       Interview with Thomas Burrows, general manager at the Shaw Festival between 1971 and 1975.
    AudioText     Interview with Thomas Burrows, general manager at the Shaw Festival between 1971 and 1975.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Natalee Rosberg Benstock
    TextAudio       Interview with Natalee Rosberg Benstock about the Shaw Festival in early 1970s and her volunteering with the Shaw Guild. Transcription only; audio file not available.
    TextAudio     Interview with Natalee Rosberg Benstock about the Shaw Festival in early 1970s and her volunteering with the Shaw Guild. Transcription only; audio file not available.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Paxton Whitehead
    AudioText       Interview with Paxton Whitehead, actor and Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival between 1967 and 1977.
    AudioText     Interview with Paxton Whitehead, actor and Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival between 1967 and 1977.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Calvin Rand
    AudioText       Interview with Calvin Rand, the Shaw Festival Founding Chair and President from 1964 to 1979.
    AudioText     Interview with Calvin Rand, the Shaw Festival Founding Chair and President from 1964 to 1979.
  • Laughter & Tears. The 1960s
    Text       Article "Laughter & Tears. The 1960s" about beginnings of the Shaw Festival, featuring interviews with some of the performers.
    Text     Article "Laughter & Tears. The 1960s" about beginnings of the Shaw Festival, featuring interviews with some of the performers.
  • The Shaw Festival Oral History - Barbara Ransom
    AudioImageText       Interview with Barbara Ransom who played a leading role in "Candida" during the first season of the Shaw Festival in 1962. Photograph of Barbara Ransom with David Michener and Tim Devlin in "Candida", 1962.
    AudioImageText     Interview with Barbara Ransom who played a leading role in "Candida" during the first season of the Shaw Festival in 1962. Photograph of Barbara Ransom with David Michener and Tim ...
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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.