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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.

Articles and other writings of Joyce Barkhouse

Series contains articles and other writings such as speeches, poems, and plays. The types of records included here are drafts, clippings of published articles, copies of publications containing these articles, and some related notes and correspondence.

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.

Contracts, correspondence, and other documents from Jenny Munday's residency at Live Bait Theatre

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's residency at Live Bait Theatre. The documents include contracts and letters of agreement between Live Bait Theatre and Munday; newspaper articles about the residency; programs for "Relatively Harmless" and other plays; correspondence between Live Bait Theatre and Munday; notes; press releases; Live Bait Theatre newsletters; payment information; information about the development of "Morning Coffee" by Munday; two drafts of "Morning Coffee"; and a flyer for the Short Grain Writing Contest.

Contracts, programs, and other documents from Live Bait Theatre's production of "Relatively Harmless"

File contains documents related to Live Bait Theatre's 2005 production of "Relatively Harmless" by Jenny Munday. The documents include programs from the production; flyers from Live Bait Theatre; a contract between Munday and Live Bait Theatre; correspondence between Live Bait Theatre and Munday; a program from a reading of the play; rehearsal and production schedules; sound queue lists; contact lists; programs from Art Across the Marsh Studio Tour; and a poster for Writers With Punch.

Correspondence about the script and production of "Battle fatigue"

File contains correspondence between Jenny Munday and Eloise Lemire; George Wood; Sandharo Schultre; and others who had shown interest in the script or production of Munday's play, "Battle Fatigue." The file also includes a a list of addresses and a flyer and tour schedule for a production of the play by the Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre.

Correspondence about the script of "Have you ever been to Bombay?"

File contains correspondence between Jenny Munday and Jed, Charlie, Karen, CBC Calgary, CBC Winnipeg, Michael McHugh, Blyth Festival, and other theatre, dinner theatre, or radio companies about the script of "Have You Ever Been to Bombay?." The file also contains lists of people to send the script to.

Correspondence and drafts of "Crafts: get involved in a blossoming hobby"

File contains documents related to an article called "Crafts: Get Involved In a Blossoming Hobby" by J. S. Munday, published in the spring 1982 issue of Senior World Quarterly. The article is about Adele Ilves, Lucie Wttewaall, and Erica Deichmann, New Brunswick craftspeople who were awarded honourary memberships in the Canadian Crafts Council. The documents include a draft of the article and correspondence between Munday and Senior World.

Correspondence and drafts of the "Far East" column for the Canadian Actors' Equity Association newsletter

File contains documents related to "Far East," a column written by Jenny Munday for the Canadian Actors' Equity Association newsletter. The documents include drafts of four installments of the column; correspondence between Munday and the Equity Newsletter; correspondence between Munday and Glen Cairns; the June 1990 issue of the Canadian Actors' Equity Association newsletter; and other documents.

Correspondence and other documents about "Brave New Worlds at Theatre New Brunswick"

File contains documents related to an article about dramaturgy and new play development that Jenny Munday wrote for Canadian Theatre Review. The documents include correspondence with Canadian Theatre Review; recommendations for Brave New Worlds 1996 from Munday; a draft of "Brave New Worlds at Theatre New Brunswick" by Jenny Munday; correspondence with Theatre New Brunswick and others; and other documents.

Correspondence and other documents from the Jenny Munday's participation in the Banff Centre for the Arts Playwrights' Colony

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's participation in the 1993 Banff Centre for the Arts Playwrights' Colony. The documents include an issue of "The Canadian Voice: A Newsletter Devoted to New Plays and New Play Development"; a contact list; correspondence between Munday and Banff; drafts of "Drowning for Beginners" by Edward Manning and "In Banff There Are Swimmers in the Sky" by Munday; a contract between the Banff and Munday; a travel itinerary; information about the playwrights' colony; and a flyer about Michel Tremblay, recipient of the Banff Centre National Award 1993.

Correspondence and other documents related to a workshop of "Battle fatigue" at Gallery Connexion

File contains documents related to a workshop of "Battle Fatigue" (previously known as "A Woman's War" and "Mother What Do I Do Now?") by Jenny Munday at Gallery Connexion in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The documents include a poster for the workshop; correspondence between Munday and Edward Leger of Tourism, Recreation, & Heritage New Brunswick; applications for workshop funding; expense reports for the production; notes on the script; related addresses; other correspondence.

Correspondence from Murray Barkhouse

File contains a letter from Murray Barkhouse to his mother, Joyce Barkhouse, congratulating her on the success of her book "The Pit Pony" and the subsequent movie. The file also contains a letter to Murray concerning his book "Famous Nova Scotians" and biographical information about Murray.

Correspondence of Joyce Barkhouse

Series contains correspondence between Barkhouse and a number of others. It is divided into three subseries: Letters from students, Personal correspondence, and Professional correspondence.

Correspondence regarding The Secret of Silk

File contains correspondence related to Barkhouse's short story "The Secret of Silk," which was originally "Unimportant Princess" and renamed for OWL magazine. Materials also contain the first page of the story.

Correspondence to Joyce's family with original poetry

  • MS-2-646.2015-026, Box 15, Folder 4
  • File
  • 1950-2011 [predominant 1950 and 2011]
  • Part of Joyce Barkhouse fonds

File contains correspondence from Barkhouse to her family with original poetry written by her, including two about her son Murray. Materials also include a letter from Gladys to Janet after Barkhouse's death.

Correspondence with Janet Barkhouse

File contains a letter to Janet Barkhouse from her mother, Joyce Barkhouse, which mentions, among other things, her story "Connie Catches a Fish." The file also contains a story about Joyce's childhood, typed by Janet; a newspaper clipping about Joyce's brother Fred Killam's retirement from the family orchard at Woodville; a copy of an obituary for Gardy Killam (Fred's wife, d. 2008); and a copy of a poem written for Dr. H.E. Killam for his 53rd birthday.

Correspondence, licensing agreements, and other documents from the publishing of "Relatively Harmless" by Playwrights Canada Press

File contains documents related to the publishing of the script of Jenny Munday's play, "Relatively Harmless," by Playwrights Canada Press, including the licensing of song lyrics that were used in the play. The documents include correspondence between Munday and Playwrights Canada Press; reproduction permission forms; a copyright agreement; a trade publishing agreement; licensing agreements for songs used in the play; notes about the play; printouts of emails about the publication; reviews of the play; handwritten notes; and other documents.

Correspondence, posters, and other documents from a performance of "November" at the international women's week cabaret of monologues

File contains documents related to the performance of Jenny Munday's monologue, "November," at the SARASVATI International Women's Week Cabaret of Monologues. The documents include a script for "November"; correspondence between Munday and SARASVATI; a contract for performance rights; and a poster and flyer from the event.

Descriptions of Joyce Barkhouse's early life and school days

File contains descriptions of Joyce Barkhouse's early life and school days, written by her. Materials also contain a letter to her grandchildren and one newspaper article featuring the "Man About News" column by Alex Nickerson, a Dalhousie graduate.

Descriptions of Joyce Barkhouse's family histories

File contains descriptions of Joyce Barkhouse's family histories, written by her. Materials contain writing on "Uncle Scott's Brook," "The Ice House," and "The Indian Connection" in regards to the Killam family. Materials also contain one notebook with handwritten ancestry notes.

Descriptions of Joyce Barkhouse's mother and other family

File contains descriptions of Joyce Barkhouse's family and mother, written by her. Materials contain several written works about her mother and her mother's ancestors (Webster), a tribue to her mother, a glimpse of her mother's diary from 1899, age 16 (typed), as well as a story of Barkhouse's childhood titled "The Girls."

Draft of an article about veterans from Guysborough County

File contains a draft of an article that Jenny Munday wrote for the Remembrance Day supplement of the Guysborough Journal. The article was published in the November 10, 2004 issue of the newspaper. The article is about veterans from Guysborough county.

Drafts of stories, essays, and poems

File contains drafts of stories, essays, and poems by Jenny Munday, including "Somewhere Along the Road" by Janet Stephanie; "Thursday's Child"; "The First Day of December"; "Sisters"; "History Lessons"; "The TTC, The Dragon Backed Beast"; "Riding The Double-Barreled Dragon Backed Beast"; and untitled poems. The file also contains handwritten and typed notes.

Drafts, notes, and other documents from an article about Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre

File contains documents related to an article about the Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre that Jenny Munday wrote for Canadian Theatre Review (possibly unpublished). The documents include a draft of the article; notes about the article; a call for paper from the Canadian Theatre Review; and correspondence between Munday and Ric Knowles.

Fiction

Subseries contains documents related to short stories or other fiction written by Jenny Munday. The documents include drafts and notes for "Sisters : a Story for Younger Children"; "Somewhere Along the Road"; "Thursday's Child"; "The First Day of December"; "Sisters"; "History Lessons"; "The TTC, The Dragon Backed Beast"; "Riding The Double-Barreled Dragon Backed Beast"; and untitled poems.

For Mothers and Others column

File includes clippings of Joyce Barkhouse's "For Mothers and Others" column, which appeared in newspapers in the 1970s. The column discusses Barkhouse's personal experiences.

For Mothers and Others column

File includes clippings of Joyce Barkhouse's "For Mothers and Others" column, which appeared in newspapers in the 1970s. The column discusses Barkhouse's personal experiences.

Have you ever been to Bombay?

Subseries contains documents related to the writing and production of "Have You Ever Been to Bombay," a dinner theatre play written by Jenny Munday, Ilkay Silk, and Elizabeth Goodyear.

Have you ever been to Bombay? : [final draft]

File conains the final draft of "Have You Ever Been to Bombay?" by Jenny Munday, Elizabeth Goodyear, and Ilkay Silk. The final draft was completed in April 1987 and the revised final version was completed in November 1987. The draft is accompanied by a letter signed by Munday.

J. Andrew Wainwright fonds

  • MS-2-636
  • Fonds
  • 1960-1995

This fonds includes correspondence from other Canadian writers, 1969-1995 ; manuscripts of published poetry and books, 1969-95; manuscripts of unpublished poetry, 1960-83; and research notes.

Wainwright, J.A. (J. Andrew), 1946-

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