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This sub-series contains hand written notes by Dr. Melville Cumming regarding the courses he taught at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College.

Dalhousie Theatre : Moliere

File contains sixteen watercolour and gouache sketches of costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Moliere. A collection of handwritten notes about the costumes is also included.

Dalhousie Theatre : Mandragola

File contains nine costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Mandragola. The sketches show many mask designs for characters from the production as well as some full-body costume designs.

Dalhousie Theatre : Mary Stuart

File contains three pencil sketches of costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Mary Stuart. The sketches have been torn from a spiral bound notebook.

Once

This sub-series contains textual records from Neptune Theatre's production of "Once" based on the book by Enda Walsh and the motion picture written and directed by John Carney; music and lyrics by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova. Cast includes Peter Deiwick (Guy); Amanda LeBlance (Girl); Benjamin Camenzuli (Svec); Michael Cox (Andrej); Calvin Laveck (Eamon); Cameron MacDuffee (Billy); Jon-Alex MacFarlane (Bank Manager); Marie McDunnough (Reza); George Meanwell (Da). Creative team includes George Pothitos (director); Scott Christian (musical director); Heather Lewis (stage manager); John Dinning (set designer); Helena Marriott (costume designer); Renee Brode (lighting designer); Andy Allen (sound designer); Laura Casewell (movement coach).

Shrek

The sub-series contains material for Neptune Theatre's 2016 production of Shrek the Musical, based on the Dreamworks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig, Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire, Music by Jeanine Tesori. Cast includes: Jacob MacInnis (Shrek); Heather McGuigan (Fiona); Troy Adams (Donkey); Jonathan Winsby (Lord Forquaad). Creative team: George Pothitos (Director); Scott Christian (Musical Director); Stephen Roberts (Choreographer); Geofrey Dinwiddie (Set Designer); Sean Mulcahy (Costume Designer); Heather Lewis (Stage Manager); Hannah Burrows and Daniel Oulton (Assistant Stage Manager).

Stag and Doe

The sub-series contains material for Neptune Theatre's production of The Stag and Doe written by Canadian playwright and actor Mark Crawford. Cast includes: Samantha Cade, Maria Dinn, Daniel Gervais, Charlotte Gowdy, Tyrone Savage and Jeffrey Wetsch.
Creative team: Director Miles Potter, assistant director Amanda Mullally, set designer Steve Lucas, lighting designer Leigh Ann Vardy, costume designer Helena Marriott, fight director Karen Bassett and stage manager Jane Butler Creaser, with assistant stage manager Amanda Nielsen and apprentice stage manager June Zinck.

Stones in His Pockets

This sub-series contains material from Neptune Theatre's production of Stones in His Pockets written by Marie Jones. The cast includes Rhys Bevan-John and Christian Murray and is directed by Dayna Tekatch.

Miracle on 34th Street

This subseries contains the production records for Neptune Theatre's production of Miracle on 34th Street; based on the story by Valentine Davies and adapted for the stage by George Pothitos. The cast includes: Steve Baker (R.H. Macy); Zoe Brown (Susan Walker); David Leyshon (Fred Gailey); Wade Lynch (Kris Kringle); Marla McLean (Doris Walker). The creative team includes: George Pothitos (Director); Heather Lewis (Stage Manager); Helena Marriott (Costume Design); Geofrey Dinwiddie (Set Design); Siobhan Sleath (Lighting Design); Joe Micallef (Sound Design); Johnny Cann (Projection Design).

Rexy!

This subseries contains production records for Neptune Theatre's production of Rexy! written by Allan Stratton and directed by Marti Maraden. This production is about Canada's 10th Prime Minister, William Lyon Mackenzie King. King is played by Michael Hanrahan.

A Year with Frog and Toad

This subseries contains material from Neptune Theatre's production of A Year with Frog and Toad; based on the classic children's books by Arnold Lobel and transformed into a musical by Robert and Willie Reale. The cast includes Shane Carty (Toad); Justin Goodhand (Frog); Mark Allan, Laura Caswell and Heather McGuigan as Friends. The creative team includes George Pothitos (director); Crystal MacDonell (stage manager); Chuck Homewood (musical director); Laura Caswell (choreographer); Geofrey Dinwiddie (set design); Bonnie Deakin (costume design); Siobhan Sleath (lighting design); Andy Allen (sound design); Johnny Cann (video design).

The Addams Family

This subseries contains the production records for Neptune Theatre's production of The Addams Family created by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice; music and lyrics by Andrew Lippy. The cast includes: Steffi DiDomenicantonio (Wednesday); Daniel Greenburg (Lucas Bieneke); Rob Torr (Gomez); Dayna Tietzen (Morticia); Ben McIntyre-Ridd (Pugsley) Christopher Wilson (Lurch); Jacob MacInnis (Fester); Kristin Galer (Beineke Mother, Alice); Marty Burt (Beineke Dad, Mal). Creative team included: George Pothitos (Director); Stephanie Graham (Choreographer); Sean Mulcahy (Costume Design); Siobhan Sleath (Lights).

Having Hope At Home

This sub-series contains production records for Having Hope at Home written by Daniel Craig and directed by Marcia Kash.

The 39 Steps

This subseries contains production records for "The 39 Steps" which is a spoof of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film version of John Buchan’s 1915 spy novel and adapted by Patrick Barlow. This production is directed by Dayna Tekatch and the cast includes Rhys Bevan-John, Christian Murray, Jacob James and Marisa McIntyre.

A Christmas Story

A Christmas Story, by Jean Shepherd, adapted by Philip Grecian is directed by George Pothitos. The cast includes Jamie Williams; Stacy Smith; Jayden Greig; Sheldon Davis; Connor Chisholm; Noel Fougere; Katie Goddard; Gracyn MacDonald; Gabriel Varga-Watt and Thamela Mpumlwana. Chrystal MacDonell is the stage manager.

Mending Fences

This subseries contains the production records for Neptune Theatre's production of "Mending Fences"; written by Norm Foster. The cast includes J.D. Nicholsen, Jane Spidell, Iain Stewart and was directed by Miles Potter.

The Comedy of Errors

This series contains production records for the 2013 production of The Comedy of Errors. It was directed by George Pothitas and the stage manager was Heather Lewis. The production ran from September 17 to October 13 with a total of 32 shows.

Mary Poppins

This sub-series contains the production records for the classic play Mary Poppins written by Julian Fellowes adapted from the P.L. Travers' 1930s novels and the 1964 Disney film. This production was directed by George Pothitos and Lisa MacDougall (music).

Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad

This series consists of production records from the Canadian comedy classic Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad by acclaimed Nova Scotia playwright Michael Melski.

Red

This sub-series contains production records for John Logan's play Red. This production was directed by Eda Holmes.

Neighbourhood change, diversity and inequality in global cities : Trends, processes, consequences and policy options for Canada's large metropolitan areas

Subseries contains records produced as a result of Jill Grant's research exploring how Canadian communities deal with planning and policy challenges arising from the increasing volume of plans that must be managed. Records include proposals, grant and ethics applications and reports, notes, research data, correspondence and research outputs.

It is Solved by Walking publicity records

Subseries contains publicity materials for It is Solved by Walking, including a review of the production by Urban Curvz Theatre and Catherine Banks' acceptance speech for the 2012 Governor General's Literary Award.

Coordinating land use planning in the context of multiple plans

Subseries contains records produced as a result of Jill Grant's research exploring how Canadian communities deal with planning and policy challenges arising from the increasing volume of plans that must be managed. Records include proposals, grant and ethics applications and reports, notes, research data, correspondence and research outputs.

The Messenger

Subseries contains drafts of Wendy Lill's play, Messenger, which was inspired by Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People. Set in Canada in 1990 and 2015, this "memory play" addresses issues of climate change and politics. Lill developed the concept during her three weeks as the resident playwright at the National Arts Centre Company's retreat, The Ark, on Fogo Island, Newfoundland.

A Christmas Carol - the Musical

This sub-series contains the records for the production of "A Christmas Carol - the Musical" based on the novella by Charles Dickens; with the music and lyrics by Eric Hughes. The stage manager for this production was Crystal MacDonell.

Cross Katie Kross

Subseries contains various electronic records related to the development and publication of Cross Katie Kross. Records include illustrations created by Bridgette Morrissey, project proposals, draft typescripts, photographs, and other materials.

Cross Katie Kross is a children’s story written by Donna Morrissey and illustrated by her daughter, Bridgette Morrissey. The main character is Katie Kross, a curmudgeonly old woman who hates just about everything. Katie becomes so fed up with life on her farm that she decides to leave her home in search of Love Valley - a beautiful, idyllic place where she can be on her own, away from tedious chores, pestering neighbours, and pesky animals. Katie’s journey leads her to learn that sometimes dreams come true in the most surprising ways.

The book was published in 2012 by Puffin Canada.

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