A Collection of Canadian Plays: Volume 4

Rolf Kalman
Dundurn Press, 1974 - 400 Seiten

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.

This volume focuses on children’s plays, which have been selected in conjunction with Associate Editor Susan Douglas Rubes from Young People’s Theatre.

This volume contains Land of Magic Spell, by Larry Zacharko; Which Witch is Which? by Beth McMaster; The Clam Made a Face, by Eric Nicol; Nuts & Bolts & Rusty Things, by Fred Thury; King Grumbletum and the Magic Pie, by David Kemp; Professor Fuddle’s Fantastic Fairy Tale Machine, by Alan E. Ball; Cyclone Jack, by Carol Bolt; Billy Bishop and the Red Baron, by Leonard Peterson; Masque, by Ron Cameron; Catalyst, by John Ibbitson.

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Über den Autor (1974)

Rolf Kalman moved to Montreal from Hungary in the early 1950's. He founded Simon & Pierre, a publishing company he named after his two cats, in 1972, which began as an offshoot from his days spent as an editor for Performing Arts magazine. Before that he worked at odd jobs around the CBC, mostly with televised theatre production. "(A Collection of Canadian Plays) is my gift to Canada. It's a gift in return for my Canadian citizenship."

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