This series contains photos, documents, flyers, and scripts regarding special events and celebrations at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. These includes exhibitions, dramas, open houses, commencements, etc. between 1971-2005.
Fonds contains records pertaining to Jenny Munday's career as a playwright, actor, director, dramaturge, and arts administrator. The records include drafts of plays; acting, directing, or writing contracts; reviews of productions; grant applications; correspondence; and other documents. The fonds also contains documents related to Munday's time as a Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University.
Series consists of photographs, albums, and video cassettes showing campus events between 1905-1998. These include students and faculty engaged in exhibitions, sports events, dramas, ceremonies, and campus life at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College.
File contains 10 Photos - Miscellaneous -- Colchester County Farmers' Association Short Course (Women) -- K. Cox, Dr. MacLaughlin, Dr. Cumming, W. MacLennae - 1949 -- Roy MacDonald with other men and baby chickens -- Roy MacDonald - goalie, 1936-37 -- 4 Photos - NSAC Hockey Team -- NSAC Popular Orchestra and NSAC Old Time Orchestra with negatives -- Farm Short Course 1939 -- NSAC Winter Show, March 23, 1944 -- CM Collins Dr. WW Longley, Agric. Commissioner Robertson, Dr. Saxby Blair, Eric Boulden - 1942 -- Demonstration, 1937-38 -- Basketball Team -- Girls 4-H Garment club, NSAC, 1944 -- Official Opening of the Gazebo in NSAC Alumni Gardens, June 16, 1989 -- Dr. MacRae, Dr. AE Rolands -- Stan Wood of Fredericton, Class of '18. Won the award for the oldest grad in attendance -- College Royal 1950. Dr. Cumming in foreground.
File contains an early draft manuscript of a four-act dramatic play entitled "The stone god", written by Nora Leslie (then Nora Steenerson Totten), likely in the 1950s. The play contains four characters: the protagonist, Ellen Maria; her husband, an archaeologist named Jens; Ellen Maria's cousin, a theologian named Johannes; and a forester named Steffa.
File contains photographs of events and activities at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College with people present in frame. People include students, faculty, and dignitaries. Photos include posed (as for calendar publication), class photos; event photos such as building dedications, graduation parades, students at play, at study, at work. Most photos are between the decades of the 1950's to the early 1980's.
File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's residency at Live Bait Theatre, and "Bump," a play that she helped develop there. The documents include newspaper articles; programs; correspondence; notes; press releases; letters of agreement; dramaturgy notes; and other documents.
Accession consists of Alan Andrew's personal and professional correspondence; reports; newsletters; journals; conference notes; committee minutes and budgets; scripts and production papers; costume sketches by unknown artists for Dalhousie Drama productions; and fourteen photographs of Dalhousie Drama plays.
Fonds contains considerable material from the Dalhousie Review from 1950–1953, including correspondence, book reviews and articles pending; correspondence relating to Dalhousie University Faculty of Graduate Studies and Senate; examinations and papers of Dalhousie students (primarily 1930s); correspondence, outlines and galley proofs of Canada Books, I to VI, 1933–1951; correspondence and other material relating to the Down Under Club and Anzac Club (1940s); personal papers, including Bennet's course notes and exams from his days as a Harvard undergraduate; copies of acting scripts; photographs of local theatre productions, the School for the Blind, Dalhousie University English Department, and the first Soviet war bride in England (Nora Murray); and copies of Archibald MacMechan's Late Harvest and E. Ritchie's In the Gloaming.
Fonds consists of records relating to Renton's personal life as well as his acting and teaching careers. The personal papers include files on specific actors, athletics, clippings and publications, festivals and workshops, financial records, Portus Theatre Productions (the production company he founded), school-related theatrical education materials, committee work, unions, associations, and a variety of other subjects. Correspondence includes letters to, from, and about Renton and are primarily theatre-related. The scripts were accumulated by Renton throughout his career as an actor, director, and producer. The fonds also includes photographs and slides of numerous theatrical productions.
File contains photographs of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College campus, principals, buildings, student sports teams, and a student play. -- 49 photographs : colour ; 13 x 18 cm - taken of students presenting a play from 1993, title unknown, sign on the back of the stage says “ Congratulations class of 1993”. -- 1 black photo album which includes 46 photographs : b & w ; 12 ½ x 18 cm. 7 pages of negatives. Time period unknown, some pictures are labeled. Photographs include NSAC hockey team, Aggies hockey team, horses, faculty, basketball team, classrooms, residence construction, farms and barns, convocation, campus buildings, NSAC principals. Photographs have been removed from the sheets and placed in acid free plastic sleeves. Several prints were disposed of as they were duplicates or copies of older NSAC postcards. -- Sony U-matic videocassette (3/4), “Pesticide safety” by Ian Blenkhorn, Marion MacRae, Cathy Deveau, Mark Tracey. – cannot view the video; place in AV boxes, recommended for disposal unless it is an NSAC produced film.
The records in this series comprise rehearsal scripts, research notes, production notebooks, costume and set sketches, performance programs, media reviews, and related correspondence for theatrical productions directed by Linda Moore between 2000-2010.
Item is a video work created by Laura Kipnis in 1980. According to a conversation with Liz MacDougall on February 11th, 2007, the tape was the artists final NSCAD project. The video is about prostitution, sex, and power.
File contains a photograph of the cast of the Dalhousie Drama Club's production of "The President's Daughter" in 1908-1909. The photograph shows Jack Reid; Archie Sutherland; Helen Crichton; Grace Tupper; Marguerite H. L. Silver; Dorothy Constance Gorham; W. C. Ross; Frank Archibald; Jamie MacLeod; Stewart Mavor; Evan MacKenzie Forbes; and J. P. MacIntosh sitting or standing in several rows.
This file contains a satirical script (ca. 1971) for a play covering student life, academic calendar, social interests of the day at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. - College Royal, sheep management. - Included list of actors: R. W. Hounsell (potentially NSAC faculty circa 1960s?); Ray Porth (NSAC Biology Faculty 1970-1980); J.S. Bubar (NSAC Class ’50, and Plant Science faculty); Stuart Smith (NSAC Faculty 1964 to 1991; Len Eaton (NSAC Professor of Biology circa 1970’s and 1980’s (?); and, Gordon Delaney.