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Putting on a play. McCleery, Dora, Minnie, Lizzie.

Item filed under People and customs. This image was used in the 'History of Dunbar' book with the following caption: Three McCleery girls, Dora, Agnes Mary (Nannie) and Greta, are in costume, practicing a play in the parlour of the big house. The girls did many chores on the farm, but mostly in the house or the dairy. They used their spare time to write and perform plays as well as to take photographs that they processed themselves.

Putting on a play. McCleery, Dora, Minnie, Lizzie.

Item filed under People and customs. This image was used in the 'History of Dunbar' book with the following caption: Three McCleery girls, Dora, Agnes Mary (Nannie) and Greta, are in costume, practicing a play in the parlour of the big house. The girls did many chores on the farm, but mostly in the house or the dairy. They used their spare time to write and perform plays as well as to take photographs that they processed themselves.

#4 - Women And Words - Theatre Hour

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of the fourth of six hours of the Women and Words program. The radio program highlights workshops, readers, panels, and speakers from the Women and Words conference, an international and bilingual conference on women and the written word that happened at UBC. The fourth hour focuses on the theme of women in the theatre. The hour is hosted by Sally Ireland. Guests include Paula [Jardin], Solange [Kalan] on the development of feminist theatre in Quebec, Margaret Hollingsworth on the structure of women's plays and Pam Hawthorn.

Segment on 'The Dream Continues' : MLK [Martin Luther King] Jr. Tribute

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an interview with [Lovey], an organizer of the play "The Dream Continues" (presented by Black Theatre West) about the production. The last part of the recording is an interview with [Yasmin], an organizer of an [NFB] film festival at the Cinémathèque.

Performance : Fringe review

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of various interviews with Fringe Festival writers and actors, and production excerpts. An interview with [Glenn] who speaks to the involvement of grunt gallery and Western Front with the Fringe Festival, and about performance poetry by Elizabeth Fischer.

Women [and] Words on AIR : women's voices : Vancouver mosaic

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Woman and Words featuring host Pam Howard Jones. The episode features an interview with Betty Baxter and actors about the play 'The Lost and Found', part of the Centennial Project for Women and Words.

Lesbian Show : 'Acting Up' / East Side Story

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of the Lesbian Show hosted by Lesley. The episode features an interview with Nora Randall and Nancy Pollock of Acting Up , a feminist theatre group. The episode begins with a clip from the musical theatrical production [East Side Story].

Women [and] Words on AIR : women's voices : a Vancouver mosaic

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Women and Words featuring an interview with Lidia Wolansky. Description on tape case: "Nora Randall talks w/ Lidia W. about the play-in-progress (lost & found); mini-collage including: joy long, Connie O'Dell, Gloria greenfield, Elfie Reno, Lidia Wolansky; host - Pam Howard-Jones; producer - Lidia Wolansky; music - Sandra Camerin."

Marathon 1986 : Redeye : live from La Quena : [tape] 1

Item is the first of two audio cassettes containing an episode of Redeye hosted by Patrice Lesley and Jane Williams, live from La Quena coffee shop. This tape contains an interview with Penny [Sedal] of the Vancouver East Cultural Centre.

Woman Vision : women in theatre - women in the performing arts

Item is an audio cassette containing an episode of Woman Vision on the topic of women in theatre. This episode features conversations with Pamela Harris, Essence Vidal (Vancouver East Women's Theatre Collective), Lorna Boscman, Leith Harris, [Marie Arrington] and Sally Clark.

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