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... Stratford Festival Although its history spans just less than 50 years, Ontario's Stratford Festival has become the jewel of North American classical theatre, specialized in showcasing the works of William Shakespeare ... and Fraser Ross, based on a photograph by National Archives of Canada 17 February 2000 The Stratford Festival Canada's Midsummer Night's Dream 46 cents Ashton-Potter Canada Ltd ...
... Shakespearean actor, Shatner began performing at the Shakespearean Stratford Festival of Canada in Stratford, Ontario beginning in 1954 ... He played a range of roles at the Stratford Festival in productions that included a minor role in the opening scene of a renowned and nationally televised production of Sophocles ... Guthrie had called the young Shatner the Stratford Festival's most promising actor, and he was seen as a peer to contemporaries like Steve McQueen, Paul Newman and Robert Redford ...
... Elliott Hayes was born in Stratford, Ontario to a theatrical family, the grandson of classical actor George Hayes and the son of John Sullivan Hayes, one of the original ... dramaturge and occasional lyricist and assistant director at the Stratford Festival ... After his death in 1994, the Festival created the Elliott Hayes Award, a prize in Dramaturgy sponsored by the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the ...
... At the then Stratford Festival of Canada (now Stratford Shakespeare Festival), the eleven year-old Graham Abbey took up small parts in A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Merry Wives of Windsor ... His first role was as a forest gnome at the Festival Theatre, and he explained his interest as “there was a room full of doughnuts and I got to get out of school” ... After two years at Stratford, he gave up acting ...
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