Sackville (N.B.)

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Budge Wilson study unit : responses to selections

File contains letters and drawings in response to Budge Wilson's books "The Long Wait," "Cassandra's Driftwood," "Harold and Harold," "John Bertrand Nijinsky and Charlie," and "Going Bananas," written by students at Salem Elementary School.

Centre for Art Tapes audio compilation : studio production and documentation of talks and performances

Item is a compilation of recordings of various artists. The tape includes a paper insert that lists the artists and their works.

Side 1 includes six works produced in the studio: "Heartfelt Words" by Andy Dowden (July 1984); "Shakuhachi" by David Barteaux (April 1984); "I am Canadian" by Bob Dean and David Craig (September 1983); "Threads & Sutures" by PBX (Steve Slater, Clancy Dennehy, Billy Duggan, Andrew Finch) (September 1983); "I Want Release" by 333 (Rick Shepard, Jay White, and Clancy Dennehy) (February 1984); traditional maritime music by Jacques Lederlin (April 1984).

Side 2 includes excerpts from 12 talks and performances, compiled by Andy Dowden: "Social Criticism that Makes you Laugh" by Sheila Gostick (June 15, 1984); performance by The Palace at 4 A.M. (Ihor Holubizky, Walter Yarwood, George Higton) (March 10, 1984); "Scanner Training Seminar #2" by Ed Slopek (January 18, 1984); talk at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design for the Atlantic Film and Video Festival by Jerry Mander (October 20, 1984); "Mexico City Blues" by Murphy's Law (Richard Gibson, Steve Tittle, Jim Faraday); "Art, Sexuality, and Censorship" by Varda Burstyn (April 4, 1984); performance at the Other Space by Beth Bartley and Marc Clifford (March 4, 1984); presentation by Robin Endres (June 11, 1984); performance at the Other Space by Clancy Dennehy and Dan Lander (March 4, 1984); talk by Jan Peacock at Struts Gallery (February 1984); audio installation by Hu Hohn (June 1984); and poetry at the Other Space by Clifton Joseph (June 8, 1984).

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.

Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University

Series contains documents related to Jenny Munday's time as Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University. The series includes correspondence, applications, contracts, and other records from the fellowship. The series also includes records from theatre courses taught by Munday at Mount Allison during her fellowship.

Photographs of Live Bait Theatre's production of Relatively Harmless

File contains photographs taken during Live Bait Theatre's 2005 production of Relatively Harmless by Jenny Munday. The photographs depict cast and crew members performing on stage, posing outdoors, or working in the theatre. Some photographs are of the theatre or set pieces. Some of the photographs, taken by Lilith, are in a small plastic photo album.

Programs, contracts, and other documents from Live Bait Theatre's production of "Have you ever been to Bombay?"

File contains documents related to Live Bait Theatre's 2013 production of "Have You Ever Been to Bombay" by Elizabeth Goodyear, Jenny Munday, and Ilkay Silk. The documents include posters; flyers; correspondence between Goodyear, Silk, and Munday; a ticket from the production; programs; photocopies and computer printouts of reviews of the play; greeting cards; contracts; and ticket sale information.

Research notes, newsletters, correspondence, and programs

File consists of various research materials on music collected by Anthony Pugh. The file includes the newsletter of the New Brunswick Registered Music Teachers' Association (January 1972); correspondence from the Institute for Bach Studies; list of music positions and organizations in the Fredericton area; a chronological list of music compositions; and two program notes written by Anthony Pugh.

The bunk beds : [2016 draft]

File contains a draft of "The Bunk Beds" by Jenny Munday, completed in winter 2016 in Sackville, New Brunswick. There are handwritten notes throughout the draft.

The bunk beds : [June 2014 draft]

File contains a draft of "The Bunk Beds" by Jenny Munday, completed in June 2014 in Sackville, New Brunswick. There are highlighted sections throughout the draft. The file also contains a legend of scenes from the play.

The bunk beds : [November 2015 draft]

File contains a draft of "The Bunk Beds" by Jenny Munday, completed in November 2015 in Sackville, New Brunswick. There are handwritten notes throughout the draft.