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Lorraine Hansberry

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"In order to create something universal, one must pay very great attention to the specific."

Lorraine Hansberry


Kingston Theatre

Grand Theatre
Blue Canoe Productions
Bottle Tree Productions
Juvenis Festival
Kick and Push Festival
King's Town Players
Not So Amateur Amateurs
Partners In Crime
Queen's Drama
Storefront Fringe Festival
Theatre Kingston

Regional Theatre

Belleville Theatre Guild
Eastern Ontario Drama League
Highlands Little Theatre
Kanata Theatre
Lennox Community Theatre
Lindsay Little Theatre
Orpheus Musical Theatre
Ottawa Fringe Festival
Ottawa Little Theatre
Peterborough Theatre Guild
Regent Theatre, Picton
Royal Theatre Thousand Islands
Theatre Night in Merrickville
Thousand Islands Playhouse

Ontario Theatre

Artword Theatre
Buddies in Bad Times
Canadian Stage Company
Fishbowl Theatre
Great Big Theatre Co.
Imperial Theatre, Sarnia
National Arts Centre
Shaw Festival
Soulpepper Theatre Co.
Stratford Festival
Tarragon Theatre
Theatre Collingwood
Theatre Passe Muraille
Threshold Theater
Toronto Fringe Festival

Canadian Theatre

Centaur Theatre
Citadel Theatre
Confederation Centre
Mermaid Theatre
Montreal Fringe Festival
Neptune Theatre

Theatre Resources

Atlantic Canada Theatre
Canadian Actor Online
Cdn. Theatre Encyclopedia
OnStage Toronto
Samuel French
Theatre Canada
Theatre History Resources
Theatre Ontario
Virtual Library - Theatre

Anne-Marie Pap, Steven Spencer, Ron Easteal and Elizabeth Taylor

Some Memories

Time for another look back at past Domino productions from three different years and three different theatres...

10 Years Ago: Anne-Marie Pap, Steven Spencer, Ron Easteal and Elizabeth Taylor appeared in Pyrenees, by David Grieg, in October 2010. Like the rest of our 2008-9, 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons, Pyrenees was performed at the Baby Grand Theatre while Domino was between homes.

Sherri Nelson and Bob Bowes

20 Years Ago: At left, Sherri Nelson and Bob Bowes appeared in Crossing Delancey, by Susan Sandler, in the fall of 2000 at the theatre at 370 King St. West.

45 Years Ago: Below, Norma Edwards looking the part in Paul Zindel's And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, staged early in 1975 and winner of Best Production in the Eastern Ontario Drama League festival that year. Miss Reardon was the second-last production at Domino's first permanent home, the theatre at 8 Princess St.

Norma Edwards

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