L'École: le premier quart de siècle de l'École nationale de théâtre du Canada/ The School: The First Quarter of a Century of the National Theater School of Canada

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L'École: le premier quart de siècle de l'École nationale de théâtre du Canada/ The School: The First Quarter of a Century of the National Theater School of Canada
Abstract
Established in Montreal in 1960, the National Theatre School of Canada offers professional training in English and French in a setting that unites all the theatre arts: acting, playwriting, directing, set and costume design, and production. The school was founded by a sixteen-member committee composed of David Gardner (Chair), Colonel Yves Bourassa, Donald Davis, Jean Gascon, Gratien Gélinas, Michael Langham, Pauline McGibbon, Mavor Moore, David Ongley, Tom Patterson, Jean Pelletier, Jean-Louis Roux, Roy Stewart, Powys Thomas, Vincent Tovell and Herbert Whittaker.
Place
Montréal
Publisher
Éditions internationales Alain Stanké
Date
1985
Language
en
Citation
Roux, Jean-Louis. L’École: Le Premier Quart de Siècle de l’École Nationale de Théâtre Du Canada/ The School: The First Quarter of a Century of the National Theater School of Canada. Montréal: Éditions internationales Alain Stanké, 1985.
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