Volume editor Ric Knowles, & Ingrid Mündel
Includes:When the Performer is Black by Rita Shelton Deverell (1986)Heritage or Cultural Evolution: Federal Policy on Multiculturalism and the Arts by Carol Off (1988) On Their Own Terms by Beverly Yhap (1988)Angry Enough to Spit, But With Dry Lips it Hurts More Than You Know ... Read more
Dr. Actions: What do you think it all means?
Dr. Thinking: I think it means that our collaboration is destined for great heights and the basking glory of inter-planetary fame and fortune.
Dr. Actions: But you said your dream was terrifying.
Dr. Thinking: Well, I’ve always ... Read more
Darrel is a middle-aged intellectually challenged man who lives with his mother. When she dies in her sleep, Darrel does not realize she is gone, and so, for over a week, he lives alone. Tandem to Darrel's day-to-day routine are the adventures of his favourite children's book ... Read more
By François Archambault
Translated by Bobby Theodore
Brimming with a dark and brittle humor, 15 Seconds is a play about a young female advertising copy writer, her pro-sports-fan ex-boyfriend, a Gen-X welfare-bum loser and his brother handicapped by cerebral palsy. These four characters are constantly making choices about reality ... Read more
By David French
1949 continues the saga of the Mercer family, enlarged to include the extended family as well as off-stage characters from earlier plays. David French deals with the emotional and political decisions that the characters must come to as Newfoundland joins Confederation on April ... Read more
It’s December 1979 and Clark’s minority Progressive Conservative government is under threat of dissolution before it has a chance to accomplish anything — even pass a budget. But Clark is young and idealistic, resolute on making his mark in office. When he steals a moment ... Read more
By Joan MacLeod
According to Joan MacLeod, her play 2000 grew out of a story she read about a cougar that had wandered into a sports arena in Vancouver, BC: ?I was intrigued by the notion of the wild invading the city and the city invading the wild, by the idea of things being not quite right ... Read more
Amidst pushy parents, eccentric teachers, hours of repetitive practice, stage fright, the agony of competitions and exams, and the dream of greatness, Ted and Richard grow up as "piano nerds." As they mature, they become more aware of the gap between the merely very good and ... Read more