CA ACU SPC F0008-S0001-FL1143
Theatre New Brunswick. The Playhouse.
- [1972-1980] (Creation)
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27 items : 54 pages on 53 leaves.
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- Correspondence (n.d., 1972 August 29 - 1980 August 19), between representatives of The Playhouse, Theatre New Brunswick, chiefly Malcolm Black, and Alden Nowlan.
- Correspondence relating chiefly to the possibility of Theatre New Brunswick's commissioning A. Nowlan to write a play referred to as the "priest play". Includes two contracts for the commission (unsigned by A. Nowlan), a script outline and ideas for the play resulting from A. Nowlan's research. Also includes a production schedule for the Fredericton and New Brunswick tour productions of The dollar woman, box office statements for The dollar woman and The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca, and invitations to the openings of several Theatre New Brunswick plays. Includes references to the following: The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : stage play; The dollar woman : stage play; Frankenstein : the man who became god.
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