NOW AVAILABLE ON PROJECT MUSE – Canadian Theatre Review, Volume 167 “Funding”


Volume 167, Summer 2016
Edited by Nicholas Hanson


Funding: More Than Just Money
Nicholas Hanson

On the Drama of Canadian Public Arts Funding: An Analysis of Justin Trudeau’s Mandate Letter to Mélanie Joly
Fannina Waubert de Puiseau

New Pie and More Pie—Funding for Canada Council for the Arts: An Interview with Guylaine Normandin and Geneviève Vallerand
Darrah Teitel

Addressing the Cost Barrier: Downstage’s Pay-It-Forward Program
Simon Mallett, Ellen Close

Risk and Resilience: Models for Personal Finance and the Arts
Natasha Mytnowych

Our Heart and Soul: Social Value and the St. John’s Funding Cuts
Johanna Lawrie

The Numbers Game
Brad Lepp

Including the Inclusive: An Online Conversation with Col Cseke, Hope McIntyre, Majdi Bou-Matar, and Kate Rubin
Col Cseke, Hope McIntyre, Majdi Bou-Matar, Kate Rubin

Vancouverism and Its Cultural Amenities: The View from Here
Peter Dickinson

Job Opportunity: Director of Development, Fundraising, Marketing, Communications, Corporate Sponsorship, and Government Relations
Canadian Shield Theatre

A Magic Wand
Carly Maga

The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival, a Case Study of Growth, Staging Place, and the Not-for-Profit Reality
Maile Graham-Laidlaw


The Money Tree
Robert Watson

Views and Reviews

J. Paul Halferty

Dance Dramaturgy: Expanding the Discourse
Synne Behrndt

Questions That Emerge in Dramaturgy in Motion
DD Kugler

Performing the Global City
Alison L. Bain

A Collaborative Director Prepares: Ric Knowles’s Fundamentals of Directing
Emily A. Rollie