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A journey to the centre of the universe : [drafts]

File contains drafts of a series of monologues or one woman shows called "A Journey to the Centre of the Universe," written and performed by Jenny Munday. The drafts include two drafts of "A Journey to the Centre of the Universe" by Jenny Munday, completed in November 1986 in Fredericton, New Brunswick and performed for the 40th Anniversary of Credit Union; "A Journey to the Centre of the Universe - Part Two" by Jenny Munday, completed on December 31, 1987 and originally performed as part of First Night Celebrations in Fredericton, New Brunswick; a draft and photocopy of "A Journey to the Centre of the Universe Part II" by Jenny Munday, performed for the York Sunbury Queens Medical Society on February 12, 1988; "A Journey to the Centre of the University Part 3" or "I'm a Victim of Fashion and Accessories" by Jenny Munday, performed at the Annual Fur Dinner on February 8, 1988 in Fredericton, New Brunswick; "A Journey to the Centre of the Universe - Part 5?" by Jenny Munday, performed on December 31, 1989 at First Night in Fredericton, New Brunswick; "A Journey to the Centre of the Universe" by Jenny Munday, completed in February 1987; and an unidentified monologue about life in the Maritimes.

Acting contracts for "The secret garden" and "The sewer show"

File contains Jenny Munday's acting contracts for Theatre New Brunswick's production of "The Secret Garden" and Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre's production of "The Sewer Show". The file also contains a letter to Munday from Peter Guildford, Cultural Services Officer, Nova Scotia Department of Tourism and Culture, about payment for a workshop of "Safe Haven" by Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre.

Acting contracts for CBC radio programs

File contains acting contracts between Jenny Munday and CBC Radio for programs called "Vanishing Point - A Silent Agreement," "Morningside Drama - Amateur Hero," and "Money in the Bank."

Acting records of Jenny Munday

Series contains documents related to theatrical, television, film, and radio performances of actor Jenny Munday. The documents include acting contracts, correspondence, theatre programs, reviews, newspaper articles, photographs, and other documents about the productions that Munday acted in. The documents also include greeting cards congratulating Munday for her performances.

Annotated script of "Communion"

File contains a draft of "Communion" by Daniel MacIvor, used by Jenny Munday in a production of the play by Kazan Co-op Theatre. Jenny Munday played the role of Leda. The draft has notes written throughout it.

Annotated script of "It's a wonderful life"

File contains Jenny Munday's script for Neptune Theatre's production of "It's a Wonderful Life." Munday played the role of Ma Bailey and Mrs. Davis. The script is highlighted and annotated by Munday.

Annotated script of "Marion bridge"

File contains Jenny Munday's copy of the script of "Marion Bridge" from Mulgrave Road Theatre's 1998 production of the play. Munday played the role of Agnes. There are notes written throughout the script.

Annotated script of "Small things"

File contains Jenny Munday's script for Mulgrave Road Theatre and Neptune Theatre's production of "Small Things." Munday played the role of Patricia. The script is highlighted and annotated by Munday.

Annotated script of "The cave painter"

File contains a revised post production draft of "The Cave Painter" by Don Hannah, used by Jenny Munday in Eastern Front Theatre and Blue Munday's 2015 production of the play. Jenny Munday played the starring role of Dianne. The draft has notes written throughout it.

Annotated script of "The cave painter"

File contains a revised post production draft of "The Cave Painter" by Don Hannah, used by Jenny Munday in a production of the play at the 2012 NotaBle Acts Theatre Festival. Jenny Munday played the starring role of Dianne. The draft has notes written throughout it.

Annotated script of "The cave painter"

File contains a rehearsal draft of "The Cave Painter" by Don Hannah, used by Jenny Munday in a production of the play at Working Title 3, part of Stagelab, a festival of new work presented by the Canadian Centre for Theatre Creation. Jenny Munday played the starring role of Dianne. The draft has notes written throughout it.

Application for a Canada Council arts grant B for "My dad" or "The banana factory"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a Canada Council arts grant "B." The application was successful and the grant was used to write "The Banana Factory" (later "Relatively Harmless"). The documents include a notebook with records of expenses; notes; correspondence with the Canada Council, the Banff Arts Centre, and others; a final report; interim reports; grant forms; the completed application form; resumes; and other documents.

Application for a Canada Council individual artist grant for "The last Tasmanian"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for two Canada Council individual artist grants in 1996 and 1997. The first application was successful but the second was not. The grant was used to write a stage adaptation of "The Last Tasmanian" by Herb Curtis. The documents include correspondence with the Canada Council, Curtis, and others; completed application forms; grant forms; notes; resumes; project descriptions; and other documents

Application for a Canada Council project grant for "A woman's war"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a Canada Council project grant. The application was successful and the grant was used for a workshop of "Mother, What Do I Do Now" or "A Woman's War," later "Battle Fatigue." The documents include correspondence; completed application forms; reports; and other documents. The file also contains a successful application for financial assistance from the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Recreation and Heritage Cultural Development Branch by the Comedy Asylum; and an unsuccessful application for the Canada Council Explorations Program.

Application for a Canada Council residency grant for the development of "Morning coffee"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a residency grant through the Canada Council. The application was successful and the grant was used to develop her play "Morning Coffee" at Live Bait Theatre. The documents include correspondence; schedules; budgets; the completed application; and other documents.

Application for a Canada Council theatre production grant for "The cave painter"

File contains documents related to Eastern Front Theatre and Blue Munday's application for a Canada Council theatre production project grant for their production of "The Cave Painter." The documents include correspondence; notes; the completed application form; financial information; the project leader's project description; letters of support and resumes from people involved in the proposed production; a draft of the play; application guidelines; information about production schedules and expenses; and other documents.

Application for a Canada Council travel grant to Dublin, Ireland

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a travel grant from the Canada Council. The application was successful and the grant was used to travel to Dublin, Ireland for a production of "Fogarty's Cove." The documents include correspondence with the Canada Council; a final report; and a completed grant form.

Application for a Canada Council travel grant to Morrisburg, Ontario

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a travel grant from the Canada Council. The application was successful and the grant was used to travel to a production of "Battle Fatigue" in Morrisburg, Ontario. The documents include correspondence with the Canada Council; notes about expenses; a grant notification; the completed application; and other documents.

Application for a New Brunswick Arts Board artists-in-residence grant for "From MAP to Gibraltar"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for an artist in residence grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb). The application was successful and the grant was used to fund a project called "MAP to Gibraltar" with Artscape Gibraltar Point and the Manitoba Association of Playwrights (MAP). The documents include a final report; schedules; contact information; correspondence with artsnb, MAP, and Artscape Gibraltar Point; accommodation and travel information; resumes, reviews and script excerpts that were submitted with the application; the completed application; and other documents.

Application for a New Brunswick Arts Board creation grant for "Down the hole"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a creation grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) for the production of "Down the Hole." The application was successful. The documents include the final report; interim reports; financial information; correspondence with artsnb; the completed application; a draft of the application; and other documents.

Application for a New Brunswick Arts Board creation grant for "The bunk beds"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a creation grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) for the production of her play, "The Bunk Beds." The application was Munday's second attempt and it was successful. The documents include a final report; notes about budgets and expenses; interim reports; photographs of bunk beds; correspondence from artsnb; the completed program application; and other documents.

Application for a New Brunswick Arts Board creation grant for "The bunk beds"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application for a creation grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) for the production of her play, "The Bunk Beds." The application was Munday's first attempt and it was unsuccessful. The documents include correspondence with artsnb; a project description; a completed application form; schedules; other correspondence; and other documents.

Application for a New Brunswick Department of Municipalities, Culture and Heritage Arts Branch grant for "Never drive east before noon"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application to a grant from the New Brunswick Department of Municipalities, Culture and Heritage Arts Branch. The grant was used to write "Never Drive East Before Noon." The documents include a final report; project descriptions; completed application forms; a photograph of Munday; correspondence; interim reports; and other documents.

Application for a New Brunswick Department of Municipalities, Culture and Housing Arts Branch creation grant for "The Americans are coming"

File contains Jenny Munday's application for a creation grant from the New Brunswick Department of Municipalities, Culture and Housing Arts Branch for the development of her play, "The Americans are Coming." The application was successful. The documents include a final report; interim reports; information about budgets and expenses; a confirmation report; correspondence from the New Brunswick Department of Municipalities, Culture and Housing; other correspondence; the completed application; a project description; and other documents.

Application for the Canada Council explorations program for "A woman's war"

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's application to the Canada Council Explorations Program. The application was successful and the grant was used to write "A Woman's War" (later "Battle Fatigue"). The documents include grant notifications; correspondence with the Canada Council and others; schedules; budgets; newspaper reviews; completed application forms; scripts for "Maritime Mixed Grill," "Maritime Mixed Grill Warmed Over," "I'll Bastyerache," and other plays that were submitted with the application; interim reports; and other documents.

Application for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama

File contains Jenny Munday's application for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University in 2006. The documents include correspondence from Munday and Alex Fancy, Director of Drama; Munday's curriculum vitae; and printouts of an email to Munday from Mark Blagrave.

Application forms for ACTRA talent catalogues

File contains Jenny Munday's application forms for ACTRA talent catalogues (known as Face to Face With Talent) from three different years. The file also contains a letter between Munday and ACTRA about the catalogue.

Applications for Nova Scotia Tourism, Culture and Heritage Culture Division grants

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's unsuccessful applications to Nova Scotia Tourism, Culture and Heritage Culture Division grants. The applications include applications for the Nova Scotia Culture Division Creations Program for grants to individuals from 2003 to 2006; and the Nova Scotia Culture Division Presentation Program for grants to individuals in 2004. The file also includes a draft of "Morning Coffee" and "Relatively Harmless."

Applications for the Nova Scotia Arts Council creation program for grants to individuals

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's unsuccessful applications to the Nova Scotia Arts Council Creation Program for Grants to Individuals in 2000, 2001, and 2002. The documents include correspondence; completed application forms; drafts of "Never Drive East Before Noon" and "Relatively Harmless"; resumes; project descriptions; and other documents.

Applications for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's unsuccessful applications for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University in 2004 and 2005. The documents include Munday's application letters; Munday's curriculum vitae; recommendation letters; letters from Mount Allison; and other documents.

Articles, correspondence, and other documents from the Lieutenant-Governor's Awards for High Achievement in the arts

File contains documents related to the New Brunswick Lieutenant-Governor's Awards for High Achievement in the arts. Jenny Munday was one of three recipients in 2013. The documents include newspaper articles; notes from Munday's speech; travel information; a flyer from the award ceremony; a schedule of the event; and other documents.

Arts administration records of Jenny Munday

Series contains records of Jenny Munday's arts administration positions at theatre companies and theatre-related organizations in Atlantic Canada. The positions that Munday held include co-founder and co-artistic director of the Comedy Asylum, artistic director of Mulgrave Road Theatre, and artistic director of Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre.

Battle fatigue

Subseries contains documents related to the writing and production of "Battle Fatigue," a play written by Jenny Munday.

Battle fatigue : [fifth draft]

File contains the fifth draft of "Battle Fatigue" by Jenny Munday. The draft consists of a copy the fourth draft of the play with additional handwritten notes. The draft is the version that was sent to Upper Canada Playhouse.

Battle fatigue : [fourth draft]

File contains two copies of the fourth draft of "Battle Fatigue" by Jenny Munday. The draft was written in Guysborough and Montreal from August to October 1989, with re-writes in March 1990.

Biographies of Jenny Munday

File contains several different short biographies of Jenny Munday, like those that would be included in a program. The file also contains handwritten biographical notes that were faxed to Michael Shamata by Munday.

Blyth Festival : Spider in the house, Blue city

File contains documents related to the 1984 Blyth Festival at the Blyth Centre for the Arts. Jenny Munday acted in workshops at the festival, including "Spider in the House" and "Blue City." The documents include correspondence; contracts; greeting cards; programs; newspaper articles; photographs of Munday and other cast members; a souvenir book from Blyth Festival; a rent agreement; and a poster.

Canadian Centre for Theatre Creation : The cave painter

File contains documents from a production of "The Cave Painter" at Working Title 3, part of Stagelab, a festival of new work presented by the Canadian Centre for Theatre Creation. Jenny Munday played the starring role of Dianne. The documents include reimbursement forms; programs; flyers; correspondence; contact lists; schedules; contracts; greeting cards; and other documents.

Company manager's tour diary, notes, and other related documents from Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre's production of "The Promised Land"

File contains documents related to Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre's touring production of "The Promised Land." Jenny Munday was the company manager for the production and submitted a report on the tour. The documents include Munday's company manager's tour diary; correspondence; notebooks and typed notes; a handbook for company management; a contract between Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre and the Richmond County Recreation Department for the performance of "The Promised Land"; and other documents.
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