Theatre--British Columbia



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Annie Adamson interview : [Johnston, 1982]

RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1982-04-26 SUMMARY: Annie Adamson discusses the history of drama education in British Columbia, including the role of Major Llewelyn Bullock-Webster of the Department of Education's School and Community Drama Branch.;

Anthony Walsh interview

Tape summary: T1071:0001 Mr. Anthony Walsh discusses his experiences as a teacher at Inkameep Reserve School near Oliver, 1932 to 1942. He explains how he started teaching; the origin of his interest in Indian culture; his impressions of Inkameep ...

Audrey Johnson interview : [Meiklejohn, 1969]

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1969-06-03 SUMMARY: In an interview by Michael Meiklejohn, critic Audrey Johnson talks about: theatre; theatre in British Columbia; the Dominion Drama Festival; the history of theatre in British Columbia; etc.;

B.C. folio : Company One

SUMMARY: This program is about the Victoria-based travelling theatre group Company One, and its original presentations "Mary" (based on the story of Mary Magdalene) and "Night Play" (an improvisational theatre; event).;

B.C. folio : Old Tomorrow

SUMMARY: This is a program about the Victoria theatre group Company One, and their original presentation "Old Tomorrow", based on Prime Minister John A. Macdonald's role in the building of the Canadian Pacific; Railway. The program...

Best of Emerson, no. 7

SUMMARY: "Best of Emerson" is a twice-a-week series (Monday and Friday) that ran from July 2 to September 28, 1962. In this series Vancouver's provocative conversationalist, John Emerson, discusses unusual asp;ects of Vancouver hist...

Best of Emerson, no. 8

SUMMARY: "Best of Emerson" is a twice-a-week series (Monday and Friday) that ran from July 2 to September 28, 1962. In this series Vancouver's provocative conversationalist, John Emerson, discusses unusual asp;ects of Vancouver hist...

Between ourselves : Original copy

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Can...

British Columbia Drama Association records

Minutes, correspondence, general files, minutes and files re dominion and B.C. drama festivals: plays and playbills, publishers' catalogues. Photographs transferred to Visual Records accession 197906-10.The British Columbia Drama Associatio...

British Columbia Drama Association

Caravan : [music and sounds]

SUMMARY: "The Hornby Collection" is an anthology of plays, documentaries, interviews and selected fiction for radio -- all written, prepared and produced in British Columbia. This tape appears to comprise raw; or selected music and soun...

Clarence B. Deaville family records

The collection consists largely of papers relating to Clarence B. Deaville's involvement with the Victoria City Temple, 1924-1932, and to the musical activities of his daughter, Phyllis. It contains correspondence, notes and menus re the emi...

Correspondence and other material

The series consists of correspondence regarding amateur theatre in Victoria (1936-1943) and Canadian Cancer Society, Kelowna Unit (1948-1968). There is a Presidential address to the Victoria Musical Art Society, 1943, and theatre programs (1925-1...

Cultural Services Branch grant applications

  • GR-1789
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  • 1982-1984

Cultural Services Branch grants applications. Records of grant applications (1982/83 1983/84) by a wide variety of bodies including art galleries, museums, orchestras, choirs, opera and concert societies, music and dance groups, Community Arts Cou...

British Columbia. Cultural Services Branch

Elsie Beeman interview

CALL NUMBER: T1334:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], [1965?] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mrs. Beeman describes her family's arrival in Vancouver in 1889; early impressions; appearance of the city; Christ Church Cathedral; Dominion Day races; family h...

Eva Gillan interview

PERIOD COVERED: ;1912;-;1920 RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1962-03-30 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In an interview with Imbert Orchard, Mrs. Eva Gillan speaks about her arrival in Victoria from England in 1912, and her first impressions. She is a well known sin...

Florence James interview

RECORDED: Regina (Sask.), 1966-12-02 SUMMARY: In an interview by Michael Meiklejohn, Florence James talks about: theatre, theatre in British Columbia, Dorothy White in B.C., the Kramers in Saskatchewan, her experiences with the Saskatchewan Arts ;...

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