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"4 Plays That You'll Enjoy" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Apple Cart" by George Bernard Shaw and directed by Peggy Green, "I Remember Mama" by John Van Druten and directed by Sid Perlmutter, "The Heiress" by Ruth and Augusta Goetz and directed by Will S. Dickson, and "The Inspector General" by Gogol and directed by Tom Hendry., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Ah, Wilderness!" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Ah, Wilderness!" by Eugene O'Neill held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Margaret Stobie and held on December 12 - 13, 1952.
"An Inspector Calls" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of " An Inspector Calls" by J. B. Priestley and directed by Joan Webster. The play was produced in conjunction with the CKRC Playhouse Studio and held on February 5 - 6, 1953 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Arms and the Man" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Arms and the Man" by George Bernard Shaw held at The Playhouse Theater. The play was directed by Michael Blurton and held on October 9 - 10, 1953.
"At My Hearts Core" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "At My Hearts Core" by Robertson Davies and directed by Mrs. K. J. Reid. The play was produced in conjunction with teh CKRC Studio Playhouse and held on January 3 - 4, 1952 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Born Yesterday" Theater program
A theater program by The Manitoba Theater Centre of "Born Yesterday" by Garson Kanin and directed by Zara Shakow.
"Coriolanus" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Coriolanus" by William Shakespeare and directed by Meredith Robinson. The playreading was performed on October 26, 1956 at the Broadway Buildings in Winnipeg, Manitoba., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Dangerous Corner" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Dangerous Corner" by J. B. Priestley held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Peggy Green and held on December 9 - 10, 1955., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Dear Charles" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater Shoestring Theater of "Dear Charles" by Alan Melville held in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Cliff Scott. The theater program contains an advertisement for The Winnipeg Little Concert Series that was presented by Winnipeg Artists' Productions. The concert productions were directed by Bohdan Powiada and were performed from September to December 1958 and January to April 1959., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Detective Story" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Detective Story" by Sidney Kingsley held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by George L. Brodersen and held on February 26 - 27, 1954., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Dial M For Murder" Theater Program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Dial M For Murder" by Frederick Knott and held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Arthur Zigouras and held on March 1 - 2, 1957.
"Dream Girl" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Dream Girl" by Elmer Rice held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Margaret Stobie and held on March 2 - 3, 1956.
"Henry IV, Part One" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Henry IV, Part One" by William Shakespeare and directed by Lloyd Wheeler. The play was held on November 27 - 28, 19?? as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"I Remember Mama" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "I Remember Mama" by John Van Druten held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Syd Perlmutter and held on December 10 - 11, 1954.
"La Tour Eiffel Qui Tue" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "La Tour Eiffel Qui Tue" by Guillaume Hanoteau held at The Dominion Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Paul Buissonneau and held on May 27, 1957.
"Listen to the Wind" Theater program
A theater program by the University of Manitoba Theater Group of “Listen to the Wind” by James Reaney and directed by Arif Hasnain. The play was performed on March 5-10, 19??., The University of Manitoba Dramatic Society was established with the objective to develop dramatic talent among all students attached to the University. The Dramatic Society also strove to present at least one play annually in order to showcase student talent. The U of M Dramatic Society as formed in 1915 with the first production at the Walker Theatre. By the late 1960s, the Dramatic Society had evolved into the University of Manitoba Theatre Group with financial support from the University of Manitoba Student Union. The company performed in many venues around the campus and city, with its home base being the "Studio Theatre", a former floor hockey room in the basement of University College. By the early 1980's, this location evolved into the current Black Hole Theatre.
"Misalliance" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Misalliance" by George Bernard Shaw held at The Dominion Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Arthur Zigouras and held on February 25 - March 1, 1958.
"Murder in the Cathedral" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Murder in the Cathedral" by T. S. Eliot. The play was performed at St. John's College on March 5, 1945 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"My 3 Angels" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "My 3 Angels" by Sam and Bella Spewak and directed by Anne Dyer. The play was performed on February 17, 1955 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"My Three Angels" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "My Three Angels" by Sam and Bella Spewack held in The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Moray Sinclair and held on October 21 - 22 , 1955.
"Our Town" Theater program
A theater program by the Playhouse Theater of "Our Town" by Wilder Thornton. The play was held on February 10 - 11, 1950.
"Outward Bound" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Outward Bound" by Sutton Vane held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by G. L. Brodersen and held on March 14 - 15, 1952.
"Point of No Return" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Point of No Return" by Paul Osborn. The playreading was performed on March 10, 1958 at the Dominion Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Private Lives" Theater program
A theater program from The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Private Lives" by Noel Coward and held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Peggy Green and held on October 12 - 13, 1951.
"R.U.R" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "R.U.R" by Karel Capek held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by George Brodersen and held on February 27 - 28, 1953.
"She Stoops to Conquer" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "She Stoops to Conquer" by Oliver Goldsmith and directed by J. Dorfman. The playreading was performed on February 22, 1957., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Tartuffe or The Hypocrite" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "Tartuffe or The Hypocrite" by Molière and translated by Joan Webster and Robert Walters. The play reading was directed by Stewart Wilson and performed on February 17, 1956., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"Teach Me How to Cry" Theater program
A theater program of "Teach Me How to Cry" by Patricia Joudry held at The Manitoba Theater Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was held on December 8 - 13, 1958 and was directed by John Hirsch and produced by Earle Laveman and Tom Hendry.
"The Alcestis of Euripides" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Alcestis of Euripides" translated by A. G. McKay. The play reading was also directed by A. G. McKay and performed on January 20, 1956., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"The Apple Cart" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Apple Cart" by George Bernard Shaw held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Peggy Green and held on October 8 - 9, 1954.
"The Burning Glass" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Burning Glass" by Charles Morgan and directed by George Brodersen. The play was performed on March 10, 1955 at the Young Men's Hebrew Association Auditorium as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"The Corn is Green" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of " The Corn is Green" by Emlyn Williams held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Arthur Zigouras and held on December 7 - 8, 1956.
"The Crucible" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller held in The Dominion Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Arthur Zigouras and held on December 3 - 7, 1957.
"The Dark is Light Enough" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Dark is Light Enough" by Christopher Fry and directed by George Brodersen. The playreading was performed on January 20, 1958 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"The Duchess of Malfi" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Duchess of Malfi" by John Webster. The play was performed on March 16, 1956 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"The Enchanted" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Enchanted" by Jean Giraudoux held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by John Hirsch and held on April 23 - 24, 1954.
"The Enchanted" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Enchanted" by Jean Giraudoux. The play was produced in conjunction with the CKRC Playhouse Studio and held on January 8 - 9, 1953 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.
"The Heiress" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Heiress" by Ruth and Augustus Goetz held in The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Will S. Dickson and held on February 25 - 26, 1955
"The Imaginary Invalid" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of "The Imaginary Invalid" by Moliere held at The Playhouse Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The play was directed by Robert E. Trudel and held on April 27 - 28, 1956.
"The Importance of Being Earnest" Theater program
A theater program by The Winnipeg Little Theater of " The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde and directed by Anne Dyer. The play was produced in conjunction with the CKRC Playhouse Studio and held on March 5 - 6, 1953 as a Members' Night production., The Little Theatre Movement or la petite scène, has now become a generic term for the amateur or nonprofessional, "community" theatre in Canada. Originally, however, it referred to an international reform movement protesting against the crass, mass-produced, professional fare seen around the turn of the century.

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