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Dalhousie University. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Department of Theatre. North America File
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Photocopies

File contains 41 black and white photocopies of costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of The Good Woman of Setzuan.

Review of Dalhousie's production of "Love's Labour Lost".

File contains the Mail Star's review of the Dalhousie production of "Love's Labour Lost." The review was written by Elissa Barnard. The article is torn from the newspaper and features a black and white photograph of Andre Davey ad King Navarre and Ben Stone as Berowne. The article mentions Robert Doyle's costume design.

Barnard, Elissa

Student correspondence and other documents

File contains correspondence about the Dr. Basil Cooke Award, a lecture schedule, correspondence from students, a list of student addresses, a memorandum about the faculty academic priorities ranking process, departmental meeting agenda and minutes, student assessment of instruction forms, unit reviews and unit review responses. The file includes reference letters for Mark De Coste; Freda Larade; Gail Worobey; Beata Slesinski; and Amanda Stapells. The file also contains letters from Avery Anderson; Monique B. Moffatt; Vivien Lau; James A. W.; Alison West; Tanya Shaw; and Patsy, which are mostly letters accepting invitations to return to the program.

Information about the deferral of Doyle's appointment to full professorship and other documents

File contains information about the construction of items for Parks Canada, a paper called "Scenography" by Peter Perina, a short story called "The Annotated Women" by Robert Doyle, "The History of Competitive Sports and the Modern Olympics" by Robert Doyle, rejection letters from various Canadian and America book publishers, and correspondence about the deferral of Doyle's appointment to full professorship. The file also contains documents about Sheila Stivens and her position as Craft Officer with the Nova Scotia Department of Recreation, including letters to Sheila Stiven from various people, correspondence from Robert Doyle about her position, and her curriculum vitae.