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Canada and the Theatre of War: Volume Two

This second volume of Canadian war drama focuses on plays about contemporary warfare.


Game of Patience by Abla Farhoud, translated by Jill Mac Dougall
A Line In the Sand by Guillermo Verdecchia ...

East of Berlin

Standing outside his father’s study in Paraguay, Rudi is smoking cigarettes, trying to work up the courage to go in. It has been seven years since he stood in that same spot; seven years since he left ...

A Nanking Winter

Marjorie Chan's gripping narrative intertwines the past and the present, transporting the reader between Irene and a small group of unlikely heroes caught in the invasion. Scrambling to create a refuge ...

Canada and the Theatre of War: Volume One

The Lost Boys by R. H. Thomson
Soldier's Heart by David French
Mary's Wedding by Stephen Massicotte
Dancock's Dance by Guy Vanderhaeghe
Vimy by Vern Thiessen

Ever ...

Palace of the End

A searing triptych of three monologues all exposing the ugly truth behind the headlines of the Iraq War.

Based around the lives of three distinct characters—a young soldier imprisoned for her misconduct ...

Storm Warning

By Norm Foster
Subjects: Atlantic Playwrights, New Brunswick, Romance, Theatre of War
Casting: 1 f, 1 m
Duration: 120 minutes

Set in cottage country in 1953, Jack Forrester, a damaged World War II vet, has retreated from life. Then one weekend he meets Emma Currie, an amphetamine-popping chart writer for a big band. Both lives ...

Reading Hebron

A Toronto Jew named Nathan Abramowitz investigates the Hebron Massacre—in which a Jewish settler murdered 29 Muslims at prayer—as a way of questioning his own responsibility for the oppression of ...