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George Ryga & Associates fonds.

  • CA ACU SPC F0089
  • Fondo

Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence; manuscripts; published works; audio visual; works by other authors and miscellaneous.

George Ryga & Associates

Renée L. Paris fonds.

  • CA ACU SPC F0028
  • Fondo
  • 1961-1976

Fonds consists of correspondence with actors, authors, directors, editors, educators, government officials, lawyers, producers, publishers and others in the literary, publishing and theatrical fields. Files arranged alphabetically by personal or corporate name with exception of subject-related file Script Distribution which contains R. L. Paris's notes regarding Captives of the faceless drummer. Legal documents, contracts, royalty statements, photographs, publicity material and reviews are included in correspondence files. The Ryga-Paris correspondence provides information about G. Ryga not found in the George Ryga fonds.

Paris, Renée L.

Metcalf, John

  • CA ACU SPC F0018-S0015-FL0007
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • [1973?]
  • Parte deJohn Metcalf fonds.

  • Photographs of various Canadian authors at early organizational meeting of Writers' Union of Canada.
  • File consists of photographs taken at an informal organizational meeting of the Writers' Union of Canada. J. Metcalf suggests the meeting may have been that held at Neill-Wycik College, Toronto, Ont., some time in 1973 before the inaugural meeting in Ottawa, Ont., November 3, 1973. Includes photographs of Margaret Atwood, James Bacque, Earle Birney, Matt Cohen, Kildare Dobbs, Marian Engel, Charlotte Fielden, Timothy Findley, Sylvia Fraser, Larry Garber, Graeme Gibson, Jack Ludwig, W.O. Mitchell, Jerry Newman, P.K. Page, John Peter, George Ryga, Alice Munro, Andreas Schroeder, Leo Simpson, Ray Smith, David Lewis Stein, Kent Thompson, Sean Virgo and Rudy Wiebe, as well as several unidentified authors.
  • Includes references to the following: Photographs of various Canadian authors at early organizational meeting of Writers' Union of Canada.
  • Photographer unidentified.

Ryga, George.

  • Correspondence (1982 January 2-1983 October 31), between G. Ryga and Gwen Pharis Ringwood.
  • Correspondence regarding preface for The collected plays of Gwen Pharis Ringwood, G. Ryga's trip to the Soviet Union, the lack of peace in the world and personal matters. Includes draft of preface with G. P. Ringwood's revisions.
  • Includes references to the following: The collected plays of Gwen Pharis Ringwood; Garage sale; Prisoners; Pascal; Still stands the house; The rainmaker.

Borealis Press Limited.

  • Correspondence (1980 May 9-1984 January 31), between representatives of Borealis Press Limited and Gwen Pharis Ringwood.
  • Correspondence about the publication of Mirage and The collected plays of Gwen Pharis Ringwood, and discussing publicity, reviews and royalties relating to the book. Includes royalty statements and a Borealis Press Spring 1982 catalogue listing the book.
  • Includes references to the following: Mirage; Garage sale; The furies; Maya; Lament for harmonica; The stranger; One man's house; Still stands the house; Chris Axelson, blacksmith; Dark harvest; Pasque flower; The days may be long; The courting of Marie Jenvrin; The jack and the joker; The rainmaker; The drowning of Wasyl Nemitchuk; Widger's way; Stampede (play); The deep has many voices; The magic carpets of Antonio Angelini; The lodge; A remembrance of miracles; A fine colored Easter egg; The wall; Compensation will be paid; Wail, winds, wail; Saturday night; Red flag at evening; The sleeping beauty; The golden goose; Prisoners; Younger brother; Drumsong; The collected plays of Gwen Pharis Ringwood.

The revolution script : miscellaneous

  • CA ACU SPC F0011-S0002-FL0143
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1972
  • Parte deBrian Moore fonds.

Newsclipping from Toronto Star, February 15, 1972 about the St. Lawrence Centre's Town Hall production of George Ryga's play Captives of the Faceless Drummer based on Quebec's October Crisis (i.e., the Cross-Laporte kidnappings).

The ecstacy of Rita Joe : [radio play].

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0003-FL0311
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1991 March [?] - 1991 April
  • Parte deMichael Cook fonds.

  • File consists of notes, first draft, revised first draft, additional revised pages and final (?) version of M. Cook's two hour adaptation of George Ryga's stage play for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio, produced by John Juliani and broadcast on Arts National, June 1991. Item 2 includes carbon copies of p. 1-2.
  • Holograph; typescript (photocopy); typescript (carbon copy); typescript with holograph revisions.

Artist in resistance : a tribute to George Ryga : [radio play].

  • File consists of M. Cook's proposal for "a dramatic treatment on the work and ideology of George Ryga", preliminary notes and a copy of G. Ryga's radio play A letter to my son recorded November 29 - December 3, 1982, by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Vancouver. Item 1 is dated April 20, 1988. The radio play was tentatively titled Remembering George and was broadcast on CBC's Morningside with the title Artist in resistance : a tribute to George Ryga.
  • Typescript (carbon copy) with holograph revisions; holograph; typescript (mimeograph copy) CBC production script.
  • Title based on contents of file.

Ryga, George.

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0001-FL0456
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1974 December 24 - 1977 October 12
  • Parte deMichael Cook fonds.

  • Correspondence between G. and Norma Ryga and Michael and Madonna Decker Cook.
  • Correspondence regarding G. Ryga's work, M. Cook's work, the Cook's rental of the Ryga's house in Summerland, B.C., for the winter of 1976-77, news of mutual acquaintances, and personal and family matters.

Canadian Theatre Review Publications.

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0001-FL0131
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1973 July 13 - 1984 January 13
  • Parte deMichael Cook fonds.

  • Correspondence between various representatives of Canadian Theatre Review Publications and Michael Cook.
  • Correspondence regarding M. Cook's responsibilities as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board and later of the Executive Board, the publication of three scripts by M. Cook in CTR as well as numerous articles and columns in CTR and CTR Yearbook, M. Cook's participation in the National Playwrights Conference at Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, and other matters. Includes agendas and minutes of Board meetings and CTR brochures including Checklist of Canadian theatres.
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