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Q2Q

Queer Canadian Performance Texts

edited by Peter Dickinson; Kathleen Oliver; Dalbir Singh & C.E. Gatchalian

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anthologies (multiple authors), gay & lesbian
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list price: $29.95
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published: June 2018
ISBN:9781770919150
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A companion anthology to Q2Q: Queer Canadian Theatre and Performance, the work contained in this volume provides a snapshot of Canadian contemporary queer performance practices—from solo performance to political allegory to family melodrama to intersectional narratives that combine text, movement, and music.

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Peter Dickinson

PETER DICKINSON is a historian at Kings Landing Historical Settlement, Prince William, New Brunswick. He lives in Beaver Dam.
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Kathleen Oliver
Kathleen Oliver’s first play, Swollen Tongues, won the 1997 National Playwriting Competition and has been produced across Canada, in London, and (in a French translation) in Paris. Her other plays include Carol’s Christmas and The Family Way, which were both produced in Vancouver. Kathleen teaches English at Langara College in Vancouver and is a regular contributor to The Georgia Straight, where she has been writing about theatre for nearly twenty years. She lives in Vancouver with her partner and son.
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Dalbir Singh
Dalbir Singh is a Ph.D. candidate in Performance Studies at the University of Toronto. He taught courses there as well as at the University of Waterloo and the University of Guelph. At Waterloo, he taught the first theatre course exclusively focused on racial identity and Canadian theatre. He has edited five collections of plays and critical essays on topics including Tamil culture and identity, post-?colonial theatre, South Asian Canadian drama, and queer Canadian theatre. As a result, he has published the work of such notable writers as Donna-?Michelle St. Bernard, Ravi Jain, Guillermo Verdecchia, Anusree Roy, and Yvette Nolan.
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C.E. Gatchalian is a queer Filipino-Canadian author and theatre-maker born, raised and based on unceded Coast Salish Territories (Vancouver). A graduate of the the University of British Columbia's Creative Writing program, he is a two-time finalist for the Lambda Literary Award whose plays have been produced locally, nationally and internationally. Double Melancholy is his first non-fiction book.
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