Matching Articles"Theatre" (Total 24)

  • Pittman published six collections of poetry.
    Biography of writer Al Pittman
  • The cast of Makin' Time With the Yanks promotional shot.
    Amateur Theatre Tradition: Theatre companies, concerts, carnivals, festivals, and the Arts and Culture Centre.
  • The constant flow of unified images creates the illusion that one is looking through a kaleidoscope.
    About the theatre company Artistic Fraud, founded in 1994.
  • Codco members pose for a publicity photo of Total Strangers.
    About the theatre company CODCO and it's style and development
  • Donna Butt, a well-known Newfoundland actress, performing at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John's.
    Process lies at the heart of collective creation as a company of actors researches, improvises and creates a script.
  • The cast of Place of First Light in Number 4 Mine, Bell Island, 1997.
    First Light Productions took underground theatre very seriously. Its first production combined the culture, history and environment of Bell Island
  • Grace Butt, a prominent Newfoundland playwright, founded the St. John's Players in 1937.
    Grace Butt (nee Hue), born in 1909 in Brigus, Newfoundland, was a founding member of the St. John's Players, founded in St. John's in 1937.
  • Biography of war verteran and writer John Murray Anderson
  • A sketch of the life of John Murray Anderson (1886-1954), Broadway producer and Hollywood director.
  • Vernon, Leslie Yeo, George Paddon-Foster, and Oliver Gordon were partners in the London Theatre Company.
    In early October of 1951, eleven actors sailed from Liverpool on HMS <em>Nova Scotia</em> and arrived in Newfoundland to form one of the first professional, resident theatre companies in St. John's. Rehearsing on the ship as they crossed the Atlantic, the London Theatre Company would go on to do over 107 productions between 1951 and 1957 - becoming the first weekly, professional, repertory theatre company in Canada.
  • Michael Cook's plays emerged onto Newfoundland's theatre scene in the late 1960's.
    biography of playwright Michael Cook
  • The LSPU Hall was purchased and renovated by the Mummer's Troupe.
    Information about the Mummers Troupe theatre collective, founded in 1972 by Chris Brookes and Lynn Lunde
  • Many individuals associated with the NTTC went on to form or join other theatre companies in Newfoundland, including (L-R) Cathy Jones, Andy Jones, Greg Malone, Mary Walsh and Tommy Sexton, who became members of Codco.
    The Newfoundland Travelling Theatre Company (NTTC) was formed in early 1972 by David Weiser and Dudley Cox.
  • Grace Butt (second row, seated fifth from left), was an important early Newfoundland playwright and founder of the St. John's Players.
    Performance of original dramatic material has a long history often containing music, recitation and original drama
  • Charles Hutton was a prominent musical personality in Newfoundland.
    For most, the phrase Newfoundland music suggests a spirited sound descended from the ancient folk traditions of England and Ireland.
  • Leslie Yeo (seated) plays the USAF Lieutenant in While the Sun Shines. February 1948. Behind are Alec McCowan, Hilary Vernon, Roy Hannah, Raymond Frances and Pauline Williams.
    About the creation of professional theatre companies originating from Newfoundland and Labrador
  • The L.S.P.U. Hall is one of the most important centres for the arts in Newfoundland.
    The Resource Centre for the Arts Theatre Company (RCA Theatre Company) has not had a history lacking in drama and dissension.
  • Actors in Rising Tide Theatre's Summer in the Bight festival portray a scene of the past festival portray a scene of the past.
    Founded in 1978, Rising Tide has become one of the longest-performing theatre companies in Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Maxim Mazumdar founded the Stephenville Theatre Festival in 1979.
    The Stephenville Theatre Festival was created by Maxim Mazumdar and opened in 1979
  • Actors against the backdrop of beautiful Gros Morne National Park.
    Theatre Newfoundland Labrador (TNL) was founded in 1981 by Maxim Mazumdar. Based in Corner Brook, TNL produces a theatre season from September to May

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