Fifty Seasons at Stratford book.
Fifty Seasons at Stratford book. 2004 winner of the . Cushman’s vast knowledge of the theatre is everywhere evident as he describes the theatre’s humble beginnings under a tent, the difficult years when Canadian actors strove to establish themselves, and its present and continuing glory. The text is authoritative and comprehensive. The photos are evocative and memorable. Sidebars and well-chosen sketches illustrate the myriad crafts and artisan departments that toil backstage – costume, make-up, and props.
Theatre critic Robert Cushman later wrote that had the protests succeeded "Canadian audiences would have been . Robert Cushman, Stratford Festival of Canada. Fifty Seasons at Stratford. a b Baker, Richard Anthony (28 June 2011).
Theatre critic Robert Cushman later wrote that had the protests succeeded "Canadian audiences would have been deprived of three great performances", noting of her performance in Richard III: "there can never have been a better (Queen) Margaret". She played the Countess role again for the Royal Shakespeare Company on Broadway in 1983.
More than 250 full-colour and black-and-white photographs, design sketches, drawings and paintings from the Festival archives fill this extraordinary book, making it a worthy celebration of Stratford’s golden anniversary. Acclaimed author and playwright Timothy Findley (who has himself appeared on the theatre’s varnished boards) begins this journey.
From that, sometimes in reaction to that, everything else has followed.
Select Format: Hardcover. From that, sometimes in reaction to that, everything else has followed. ISBN13: 9780771024733.
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2004 winner of the . Talman Award from the Ontario Historical Society. On July 13, 1953, the curtain rose on Richard III, the first production of the first Stratford Festival. There was no curtain, and that is perhaps the single most important fact about the Festival.
Robert Cushman is a journalist on National Post. His book Fifty Seasons at Stratford, a history of the Stratford Festival, was published in 2002; and he is a record eight-time winner of the Nathan Cohen Award for Excellence in Theatre Criticism. He is married, with three children, and lives in Toronto.
Abigail Cushman, who had driven in from her husband’s farm out in Surrey Heights, an hour in that old truck, but Buddy said take i. Matt guessed she might be fifty years old, maybe older. Buddy’s looking after the kids.
Abigail Cushman, who had driven in from her husband’s farm out in Surrey Heights, an hour in that old truck, but Buddy said take it. He doesn’t give a damn, pardon me, what I do anymore. She wore a discount-house dress and sweater and thick glasses with masculine rims taped at one joint. Our grandchildren, actually.
Robert Cushman's critical retrospective, Fifty Seasons at Stratford, moves through a chronology of eight artistic directors from Tyrone Guthrie (1953-55) to Richard Monette (1994-2007)
Robert Cushman's critical retrospective, Fifty Seasons at Stratford, moves through a chronology of eight artistic directors from Tyrone Guthrie (1953-55) to Richard Monette (1994-2007). In 2007, Monette himself documented his reign with the memoir This Rough Magic: The Making of an Artistic Director, written with David Prosser.
Columnist focusing on economics Education: Harvard College, BA in political science Robert J. Samuelson writes a twice-weekly economics column. Both appear online, and one usually runs in The Washington Post in print on Mondays. He was a columnist for Newsweek magazine from 1984 to 2011.
Author: Robert Cushman
Category: Arts and Photo
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart (May 2, 2002)
Pages: 224 pages
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