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Academic Faculties and Schools: Department of Theatre

  • CA TWU 21.02
  • Fonds
  • 1973 - 2024

Fonds consists of three series: Administrative Records, Production Records and Publicity. A listing of known TWU productions can be found under Production Records.

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"A Mid Summer Night's Dream" : [poster].

Item is a poster of the production “A Mid Summer Night’s Dream,” by William Shakespeare and directed by Kate Muchmore Woo. The poster features two lining drawings, in white, depicting characters from the play that are placed in the title. Nick Bottom, the horse face, is placed between the words “A” and “Mid”, and a side profile of Puck, the fairy, stands behind the letter ‘M’ from the word ‘dream’ on the bottom right. The character Puck is leaning forward with their right arm extended and touching the apostrophe while their left hand extends down the letter ‘M’ The play’s title is featured in bold letter in ombre moving from orange to purple. Under the title in white cursive reads “The dreaming, the magic, the celebration…One last time.” A lime green pothos plant is featured on the left behind the title with the last three leaves weaving to the front between letters ‘N’, ‘I’, ‘D’, and ‘R’. There is a white coloured hand coming out from the top of the second letter ‘M’ from the word ‘summer’ holding a stem of an open-faced purple hellebore flower. The flower blossom sits on the front top of the letter “D” of the word ‘mid’. The poster background is black with a winkled effect. There is a dark purple circle that frames the production title.

Production Records.

Series consist of programs and leaflets, tickets and posters of performances by Trinity's Theatre Department.

List of known theatrical performances include:
1967 – The Romantics [March 4]
1968 – The Return of Chandra
1969 - There Was a Little Girl and The Marriage Proposal
1973 - You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown [December 6, 7, 8]
1975 - The American Dream / Deus Ex Machinist [December 4, 5, 6]
1976 - The Song of David
1977 - The Servant of Two Masters [March 17 - 19, 24 - 26]
1977 – Charlie Brown
1980 – Charlie Brown
1981 - One-Act Plays (Old Ymir’s Clay Pot; Neglect a Fire; Parables)
1982 - Papa John’s Musical Garden [November 19 - 20]
1983 - The Rivals [March 17 - 19]
1983 - Spectra [November 17 - 19]
1984 - Everyman / Spectra! [November 15 - 17]
1984 - Antigone [March 15 - 17]
1985 - The Importance of Being Earnest [March 14 - 16]
1986 - The Miracle Worker
1986 - The Real Inspector Hound
1986 - Fiddler on the Roof
1987 - The Merchant of Venice
1987 - The Runner Stumbles [March 11, 12]
1988 - A Christmas Carol
1989 - Camelot
1990 - A Man for All Seasons [March 2, 3, 8, 9, 10]
1990-91 - The Rivals
1991 - You Can’t Take it With You
1991 - An Evening of One-Acts (Trifles; Pullman Car Hiawatha)
1991 - Anno Domini [October 31, November 1 - 2, 7 - 9]
1992 - A Midsummer Night’s Dream [March 18 - 20, 25 - 27]
1992 - New Drama from TWU [October 15]
1992 - Student Directed One-Act Plays (Dumb Waiter; I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow; The Ghost Sonata; The Actor’s Nightmare) [October 29 - 31, November 5 - 7]
1992 - A Matter of Wife and Death
1993 – A Scrap of Red
1993 – A Midsummer Night’s Dream [March 18 - 20, 25 - 27]
1993 - Project Koheleth [April 3, 5, 6]
1993 - All My Sons [October 27-29, November 3-5]
1993 - Tour de Farce [October 28 - 30, November 4 - 6]
1993 - New Plays from TWU II [November 25]
1994 - Ron Reed in Performance / Top Ten Thousand of All Time [January 20]
1994 - Hippolytus [March 10 - 12, 17 - 19]
1994 - All My Sons [October 27 - 29, November 3 - 5]
1994 - Devotion
1995 - Student Directed One-Act Plays (A Kind of Alaska; The Valiant; The Prince of Melville) [March 9 - 11, 16 -18]
1995 - New Plays from TWU III (Dirty Little Secrets; Honour Among Thieves) [March 23]
1995 - The Comedy of Errors [March 30, 31, April 1]
1995 - The Elder Statesman [October 1995]
1996 - Chickens [March 14 - 16, 21 - 23]
1996 – The Star Spangled Girl
1996 - Theodyssey
1997-98 - Student Directed One-Act Plays (Third and Oak: Laundromat; Haiku) [November 26 - 29]
1997 - Quiet in the Land [October 30 - November 8]
1998 - Joined at the Head [February 5 - 14]
1998 - She Stoops to Conquer [March 19 - 21, 26 - 28]
1998 – Lovers in the Drawing Room
1998 – R.U.R.
1999 – Pack of Lies
2000 – She Stoops to Conquer
2000 – No Exit
2000 - The Miracle Worker
2001 - Patient A
2001 - Our Town [October 25 - 27, November 1 - 3]
2001 – Devotion
2001 – Uncle Vanya
2002 - New Directions: Student Directed One-Act Plays (Book of the Dragon; Beside Myself; After Magritte) [April 4, 5, 6]
2002 - The Dining Room [October 24 - 26, November 1 - 2]
2002 – The Trinity Advent Play
2003 - Outside-In: Student Directed One-Act Plays (Picking at Mortar; House of Glass; I’m Dreaming, but Am I?; The Casino) [March 13 - 15, 20 - 22]
2003 - The Lesson [April 2 - 5]
2003 - New Directions: Four Plays by Students (Moon People; The Prince of Melville; Hello Out There; Love, Loss, and Lemons) [April 4, 6]
2003 – Beau Jest
2003 – The Mail Order Bride
2004 - Godot
2004 - The Heiress
2004 – The Silver Cord
2005 – The Two Rooms
2005 - As it is in Heaven [October 26 - November 5]
2006 - The Glass Menagerie
2006 - The Ristretto Proposal [February 15 - 18]
2006 - The Importance of Being Earnest [October 25 - November 4]
2006 - Fixing Christmas
2007 - Broken Sleep
2007 – Holy Mo and Spew Boy
2007 - The Taming of the Shrew
2007 - This Lady’s Not For Burning
2008 - Pride and Prejudice [March 26 - April 5]
2008 – Scotland Road
2008 - Tartuffe
2008 – Mythification [November 26 - 29]
2009 – Proof [February 11 - 14]
2009 - The Good Woman of Setzuan [March 25 - April 4]
2009 - Anatomy of Gray [October 20 - 31]
2009 – Tartuffe [October 22 - November 1]
2009 - Halo [November 24 - December 5]
2010 - New Generations (Hymn in the Attic; Upon this Instinct I Make War; Wait!; This is a Play; Alone, with Interest) [February 2 - 6]
2010 - As You Like It [March 16 - 27]
2010 - The Skin of Our Teeth [October 19 - 30]
2010 - The Foreigner [November 23 - December 4]
2010 - Staged Readings of Four Student Plays (In the Aisles; August in the Spring; Closing Up)
2011 - The Bacchae [March 22 - April 2]
2011 - Scenes from a Doll’s House [April 15]
2011 - New Generations [February 1 - 5]
2011 - Romeo and Juliet [October 18 - 29]
2011 - The Farndale Christmas Carol [November 22 - December 3]
2012 - Picture This!
2012 - Bride on Credit [January 31 - February 4]
2012 - Fiddler on the Roof [March 13 - 31]
2012 - Go Back for Murder [October 23 - November 3]
2013 - Emma [March 12 - 23]
2013 - You Can Never Tell [October 22 - November 2]
2013 - Crimes of the Heart [November 19 - 30]
2014 - New Generations (The Escapers Song; Feminist Fan Club; Here) [January 28 - February 1]
2014 - Much Ado About Nothing [March 11 - 22]
2014 - The Illusion [October 21 - November 1]
2014 - Butterfingers Angel [November 18 - 29]
2015 - As Little Children [January 27 - 31]
2015 - The Drowsy Chaperone [March 10 - 28]
2015 - The Diary of Anne Frank [October 27 - November 7]
2015 - Trinity Advent Plays [November 24 - 28]
2016 - New Generations (Chasing Tina; The Wooden Pear; The Longest Way Home) [February 2 - 6]
2016 - Twelfth Night [March 29 - April 9]
2016 - Smash [October 25 - November 5]
2016 - Displace [November 22 - December 3]
2017 - A Kind of Alaska [January 31 - February 4]
2017 - Jane Eyre [March 14 - April 1]
2017 - The Cover of LIFE [October 24 - November 4]
2017 - Copenhagen [November 21 - December 2]
2018 - The Comedy of Errors [March 13 - 24]
2018 - The Game of Love and Chance [October 23 - November 3]
2018 - New Generations [January 28 - February 1]
2018 - Upside-Down Christmas [November 20 - December 1]
2019 - Anne of Green Gables [March 12 - 30]
2019 - The Snow Queen [November 19 - 30]
2019 - The One You Feed [April 11 - 13]
2019 - The Ruby Sunrise [October 22 - November 2]
2020 - New Generations (Spin Cycle; Coping with Crime; Reach) [January 28 - February 1]
2020 – The Tempest [March 17 - 28; performance did not occur to COVID-19 pandemic]
2021 - Awake [November 23 - December 4]
2022 - New Words New Works [February 1 - 5]
2022 - Bright Star [March 15-April 1]
2022 - The Miracle Worker [October 25-November 5]
2023 - New Generations [January 31-February 4]
2023 - You Can't Take It With You [March 21-April 1]
2023 - Blue Stockings [November 21-December 2]
2024 - A Midsummer Night's Dream [March 12-23, last TWU Theatre performance]

Undated:
A Man for All Seasons
An Evening of Christian Drama
Defying Gravity
Hedda Gabler
The Knowing
Never Swim Alone
One Act Plays: Elegy for a Lady; The Zoo Story
Perspectives
Rowdy Kate
Shakespeare for Dummies
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Youdunnit!
Waiting for the Parade
The Worlds of Shakespeare

Chapel posters.

File consists of chapel posters, including chapel schedules (also known as chapel guides), and weekly chapel schedules promoting chapel speakers and special events.

"You Can't Take It With You" : [poster].

Item is a poster of the production “You Can’t Take It With You,” by Moss Heart and George S. Kaufman and directed by Kerri Norris. Poster features a half golden field upside down circle with two deciduous trees to the left of a three-story farmhouse with a wraparound veranda with a gable roof. The house is cream colour with yellow trim with blue features. The house has a mansard roof with dormers. There are tall slender 2-over-2 sash windows. There is a square attic on top of main roof. The poster background is the texture of brown paper bag with creases. The title of the production is written in black and has the words “take” and “you” bolded and capitalized. The house stands in front of the letter “o” of the word “you”.

"Blue Stockings" : [poster].

Item is a poster of the production “Blue Stockings,” by Jessica Swale and directed by Rebecca Martin. Poster features a white line drawing of a woman riding a bicycle with their left arm raised holing a pendent promoting Cambridge University. Their left leg is set forward and displays a light blue stocking. The woman is in Victorian dress with a traditional hourglass silhouette and wears a bell-shaped skirt and a bodice marked with gigot (or puff) sleeves. The background is navy blue with muted blue stars and dotted lines. There is text on either side of the woman that reads”1896. Women can attend university, but can't graduate. Or can they...? The title of the play is written in white text. The TWU School of the Arts, Media + Culture logo is located bottom left.

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