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Volume 154, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

The New Saskatchewan

Mary Blackstone and Moira Day

Feature Articles

Theatre and Drama in the New Saskatchewan: Making Space and Place on and beyond the Land

pp. 3-6 | DOI: 10.1353/ctr.2013.0025

The Driest Cold: Surviving as a Theatre Artist in a “Cold Climate”

pp. 7-10

Growing Opportunities: Theatre Thrives in Rural Saskatchewan

pp. 11-17

Linking Who We Are and Where We Are: Saskatchewan’s Legacy of Community and Site-oriented Performance

pp. 18-25

Homeless on the Range—Theatre without a Home

pp. 26-31

Regina: The Little City with a Wild Side

pp. 32-36

Layering Theatre’s Potential for Change: Drama, Education, and Community in Aboriginal Health Research

pp. 37-43

La Troupe du Jour in the Fransaskois Community: Inclusion Strategies and Multicultural Spaces

pp. 44-49

Saskatchewan Radio Audio Drama

pp. 50-54

Playwriting in the New Saskatchewan: A Round-table Discussion That Didn’t Really Happen

pp. 55-60

Ham and the Ram

pp. 61-65


pp. 66-80

Views and Reviews


pp. 81-82

Seeds of Prophecy: Annabel Soutar’s Seeds

pp. 82-83

Echoing Prairie Voices: Theatre Stories Resonating from the Western Provinces

pp. 84-86

Making Myth on the Prairies

pp. 86-88

The Wild West

pp. 88-90

#th8r_crt: A Live and Virtual Discussion

pp. 91-94

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