Experiences of a Pioneer in Canadian Experimental Theatre

Joan Ferry is the Co-founder of Toronto Workshop Productions. This is an account of her experience in the theatre and the events leading up to the production of Antony Ferry’s play “Hey Rube!“ Joan Ferry est la co-fondatrice du théatre Toronto Workshop Productions. Il raconte ici L’histoire de ses expériences dans le théatre et des […]

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The World’s Fair

The World’s Fair breaks new ground, rising above into clarity, away from aeons of conditioned thinking. Standing now on the threshold of heart, we owe ourselves love.

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Jean Louis Barrault-Madeleine Renaud Company

At 18 I graduated out of grade 12 in Quebec city and immediately got a job to save money to study Theatre in London. While working, the newspapers advertised the coming of a French company from Paris to Quebec. The Barrault-Renaud Company. Husband and wife team that were going to produce three French Plays. Les […]

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Marilyn Monroe

In the mid-fifties, while at University my late husband and  I published a theatre magazine entitled ENCORE. We published it ourselves as a quarterly.  Our buyers were a captive audience literally. We posted ourselves outside the Theatres in the West end of London at 10 PM and sold out! Periodically we needed to raise money […]

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Beginnings

One of the most influential experiences of my life as a writer was at nine years old. My father was offered a job by the Department of National Defence in Quebec in 1941. He found us a delightful little house on the outskirts of the city. It had a very cottage-like feel to it. No […]

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Experiences of a Pioneer in Canadian Experimental Theatre

Joan Ferry is the Co-founder of Toronto Workshop Productions. This is an account of her experience in the theatre and the events leading up to the production of Antony Ferry’s play “Hey Rube!“ Joan Ferry est la co-fondatrice du théatre Toronto Workshop Productions. Il raconte ici L’histoire de ses expériences dans le théatre et des […]

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The World’s Fair

The World’s Fair breaks new ground, rising above into clarity, away from aeons of conditioned thinking. Standing now on the threshold of heart, we owe ourselves love.

Read More

Jean Louis Barrault-Madeleine Renaud Company

At 18 I graduated out of grade 12 in Quebec city and immediately got a job to save money to study Theatre in London. While working, the newspapers advertised the coming of a French company from Paris to Quebec. The Barrault-Renaud Company. Husband and wife team that were going to produce three French Plays. Les […]

Read More

Marilyn Monroe

In the mid-fifties, while at University my late husband and  I published a theatre magazine entitled ENCORE. We published it ourselves as a quarterly.  Our buyers were a captive audience literally. We posted ourselves outside the Theatres in the West end of London at 10 PM and sold out! Periodically we needed to raise money […]

Read More

Beginnings

One of the most influential experiences of my life as a writer was at nine years old. My father was offered a job by the Department of National Defence in Quebec in 1941. He found us a delightful little house on the outskirts of the city. It had a very cottage-like feel to it. No […]

Read More

Experiences of a Pioneer in Canadian Experimental Theatre

Joan Ferry is the Co-founder of Toronto Workshop Productions. This is an account of her experience in the theatre and the events leading up to the production of Antony Ferry’s play “Hey Rube!“ Joan Ferry est la co-fondatrice du théatre Toronto Workshop Productions. Il raconte ici L’histoire de ses expériences dans le théatre et des […]

Read More

The World’s Fair

The World’s Fair breaks new ground, rising above into clarity, away from aeons of conditioned thinking. Standing now on the threshold of heart, we owe ourselves love.

Read More

Jean Louis Barrault-Madeleine Renaud Company

At 18 I graduated out of grade 12 in Quebec city and immediately got a job to save money to study Theatre in London. While working, the newspapers advertised the coming of a French company from Paris to Quebec. The Barrault-Renaud Company. Husband and wife team that were going to produce three French Plays. Les […]

Read More

Marilyn Monroe

In the mid-fifties, while at University my late husband and  I published a theatre magazine entitled ENCORE. We published it ourselves as a quarterly.  Our buyers were a captive audience literally. We posted ourselves outside the Theatres in the West end of London at 10 PM and sold out! Periodically we needed to raise money […]

Read More

Beginnings

One of the most influential experiences of my life as a writer was at nine years old. My father was offered a job by the Department of National Defence in Quebec in 1941. He found us a delightful little house on the outskirts of the city. It had a very cottage-like feel to it. No […]

Read More