Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists - AN EXHIBITION

Saskatchewan Presents: An exhibition of theatre and drama

Plays and Performances

"The historian, essentially, wants more documents than he can really use; the dramatist only wants more liberties than he can really take."
Prefaces [1907-1909], The Aspern Papers
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Scene from Right You Are (If you think you are), 1963. [36]
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Tartuffe, 1962. [37]

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Another outdoor performance, c. 1975. [38]
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Presentation of Richard The Third at Regina Campus' first Convocation, 1965. [39]
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The Birthday Party program, 1973. [40]

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