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Dalhousie THEA 3601 Bundle

by (author) Hannah Moscovitch, Shauntay Grant & Catherine Banks

Playwrights Canada Press
Initial publish date
Jan 2022
  • Paperback / softback

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    Jan 2022
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Dalhousie THEA 3601 Bundle contains:
1 X Bone Cage 9781770910331
1 X Bunny 9781770919259
1 X The Bridge 9780369102263

About the authors

Hannah Moscovitch is an acclaimed playwright, librettist and TV writer. Her work for the stage includes East of Berlin, This Is War, Little One, The Russian Play, Infinity and What a Young Wife Ought to Know. Her plays have been widely produced across Canada, as well as in the United States, Britain, the Netherlands, Greece, Austria, Australia and Japan. Hannah’s music-theatre hybrid, Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story (co-created with Christian Barry and Ben Caplan) has toured internationally, garnering a New York Times Critics’ Pick and over fifty four- and five-star reviews. Hannah’s operas with Lembit Beecher, Sky on Swings and I have no stories to tell you, have been produced at Gotham Chamber Opera / the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Opera Philadelphia. She has been honoured with numerous accolades, including multiple Dora Mavor Moore Awards, Toronto Theatre Critics Awards, Fringe First and Herald Angels Awards, the Trillium Book Award, the Nova Scotia Masterworks Arts Award and the prestigious Windham-Campbell Prize. She has also been nominated for a Drama Desk Award, the international Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and twice for the Siminovitch Prize. Recently, Hannah debuted her first confessional work for the stage, Secret Life of a Mother (co-created with Maev Beaty, Ann-Marie Kerr and Marinda De Beer) at the Theatre Centre in Toronto. Hannah is a playwright-in-residence at Tarragon Theatre in Toronto and lives in Halifax.

Hannah Moscovitch's profile page

Shauntay Grant is a Canadian playwright, poet, author, multimedia artist, and co-creator of Maridzambira—a musical solo play developed in collaboration with Zimbabwean mbira player Hope Masike. Grant’s work largely examines Black Nova Scotian and African diasporic histories, narratives, and cultures. She is an associate professor of creative writing at Dalhousie University, and former poet laureate for the City of Halifax. Grant’s other honours include a Joseph S. Stauffer Prize from the Canada Council for the Arts, a Robert Merritt Award from Theatre Nova Scotia for her stage play The Bridge (Playwrights Canada Press), a Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award from the Canadian Children's Book Centre for Africville (Groundwood Books), and the inaugural Black Artist Recognition Award from Arts Nova Scotia. Connect with her online at

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Plays by Catherine Banks include Bone Cage; Eula's Offer; The Summer of the Piping Plover; Three Storey, Ocean View; and Bitter Rose. Bitter Rose has aired on Bravo! Canada. Her work has been performed in Manitoba, Toronto, Calgary, and St. John's at the LSPU Hall. Three Storey, Ocean View won the Silver Medal in the 1995 du Maurier National Play Competition and was nominated for a Merrit Award for best new play in 2000. Bone Cage was awarded the Special Merit prize in the 2002 Theatre BC New Play Competition and was showcased at the National Arts Centre's On the Verge in 2005. Her work is poetic, darkly humorous, courageous and beautifully theatrical. Some of her characters, Lud in Three Storey Ocean View and Clarence in Bone Cage, have been described as Atlantic Gothic. Always a writer, Catherine started professional life as a special education teacher. She began writing plays while raising her children, Rilla and Simon. She currently lives and writes in Sambro, Nova Scotia.

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