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Canadian Players

House program magazine for scene

Co-founders Tom Patterson and Douglas Campbell came together to form Canadian Players in Stratford Ontario in 1954 as a national professional touring company in Canada. The Canadian players first toured with George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan and performed works mainly written by Shaw and Shakespeare for the following twelve years. In 1966, the boards of directors from Canadian Players and their rival company, Crest Theatre met to discuss a potential merger. With the collapse of the negotiations and the financial stress that both companies were experiencing at this time, Canadian Players and Crest theatres both disbanded.

In this collection there are reviews and house programs.


12 cm of textual material.

No further accruals expected. 

Type(s) Of Materials: 
Published Material
How To Access: 

XZ1 MS A120

This collection is available for viewing on-site in Archival & Special Collections during our regular business hours.