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published: Dec 1973
ISBN:9781487597849

Striker Schneiderman

by Jack Gray

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A comedy set in Winnipeg during the 1919 General Strike, Striker Schneiderman was first presented in 1970 at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto. Its protagonist, Moische Schneiderman, is a tailor whose possessions include a small business, a large mortgage, a devoted wife, three beautiful daughters, and a sense of the ridiculous. Moische also believes passionately in law, order, good government, peace, friendship and being left alone. It is partly because of these passions that he, against his better judgment, becomes involved as a go-between for his clientele, the establishment, his friends, and the left-wing labour movement during the General Strike.

About the Author
Jack Gray is freelance writer and playwright. He has worked extensively in radio and television in both Canada and England. His stage plays have been produced at the Crest Theatre, Stratford Festival, Neptune Theatre and St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, among other theatres, and he is the author of the screenplay for the film A Quiet Day in Belfast.
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