A Collection of Canadian Plays
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The purpose of A Collection of Canadian Plays is to present to the Canadian public good plays which have received regional acclaim but not national publicity. We hope to achieve the widest possible dissemination of original Canadian plays, not only for those who may be interested in mounting their own productions, but also for those playgoers who may wish to recapture the pleasures of an evening well spent in the theatre.
In selecting the plays we have attempted to give as broad as possible a representation, both geographical and in terms of the different approaches.
We have used in many instances actual stage photographs to illustrate these works, but whenever the character of the play required it, we used art illustrations as well as art photography. By this method we have succeeded in introducing, along with our authors, some authors whom we consider to be an equally important part of a series of this nature.
This volume contains Marsh Hay, by Merrill Denison; The Unreasonable Act of Julian Waterman, by Ron Taylor; Two Short Plays: The Twisted Loaf; Soft Voices by Aviva Ravel; Vicky, by Grahame Woods; The Vice President, by John Schull.
PUBLICATION DATE: 9/1/1973
CATEGORY: Drama, Literary Collections