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Catherine Banks fonds

  • MS-2-8
  • Fonds
  • 1973-2023
Fonds contains materials documenting Catherine Banks' professional playwrighting career beginning with her first published play, Eula's Offer. Records include research notes and manuscripts (handwritten and typed), correspondence, contracts, production and publicity materials, a videocassette, a DVD, photographs, sketches, and a small selection of personal papers.

Banks, Catherine

Contracts and agreements

File consists of records for various contracts and agreements for Catherine Banks' plays, including It is Solved By Walking, Bone Cage, The Mountain and The Valley, Miss N Me, and the publication "The Man Who Ate the Last Fish" and the monologue entitled "The Big Money."

Records consist of contracts with Playwrights Canada Press, Sarasvati Productions, White Rooster Theatre/HomeFirst Productions, Theatre Yes, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Broad Minds Productions/Urban Curvz Theatre, letters of agreement for the Banff Playrights Colony, Downstage Performance Society, and Tant per Tant. File also includes agreements for Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Catalan Theatre Festival, the director's and actor's agreement for the Missy and Me workshop at Thorns and Roses Theatre, and rental agreements.

Dash of Sambro : [picture book]

File contains a copy of the children's picture book titled "Dash of Sambro, the True Adventures of a True Very Good Dog (and Mine)" Catherine wrote for Rilla Banks, Catherine's daughter. File also contains a copy of the synopsis.

Mary Vingoe fonds

  • MS-2-777
  • Fonds
  • 1980-2019
Fonds includes manuscripts, scripts, and personal papers belonging to Mary Vingoe. Fonds also includes theatre programs, contracts, and photographs.

Vingoe, Mary

Mentorship forms, letters of agreement, and related records

File consists of mentorship forms, letters of agreement, and related records.

Records consist of a Mentorship consent form for Co-applicants of the Playwrights Resiliency Program, a letter of agreement between PARC (Producer) and Catherine Banks (Artist) to participate in the 2022 PARC Playwrights' Retreat, a letter of agreement between Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (Theatre) and Catherine Banks (Mentor) for the National Mentorship Program and a payroll information sheet.

The Oscar Wilde lecture

File includes multiple drafts of Henry Hicks' Oscar Wilde lecture given in the James Dunn Theatre on December 6, 1972, as well as a memo regarding its favourable reception by the English Department and the Convent of the Sacred Heart. There is also a handwritten outline dated 1 April 1963 of a lecture titled Oscar Wilde and the Close of the Victorian Era.

Walk in Sambro : [2022 Kroetsch Keynote]

Item is a video recording of the 2022 Kroetsch Keynote given by Catherine Banks. The Kroetsch Keynote is an annual writers lecture presented by Sage Hill Writing. Catherine Banks gave the lecture online via Zoom on July 8, 2022. Video recording edited by Ana Cristina Camacho, Sage Hill Writing 2022 Summer Program Assistant.

Women's bookworks

Item is a poser for a survey exhibition of contemporary artists' books by Canadian women, including unique book-objects and printed edition works. The exhibition was held from January 12-31, 1981 at Eye Level Gallery.