Thirty-five critics provide a unique overview of the contemporary performing arts and their cultural and economic impact in French and English Canada, in a province-by-province assessment of playwriting, theatre production, opera and dance, radio and TV drama.
Over 70 production photographs and an extensive bibliography and index make this one of the most important books on Canadian theatre in the last decade.
About the author
Anton Wagner, born in Austria, emigrated from the United States to Canada in 1969. He received his Ph.D in Canadian drama from the Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama, University of Toronto. As a founding member of the Association for Canadian Theatre History, he has served on its executive from 1976-1984. He is a member of the executive of the Toronto Drama Bench and the Canadian Centre of the International Theatre Institute (English-language).