Vol.18 No.1, 1997, Spring/ Printemps

CONTRIBUTORS/ COLLABORATEURS

ALANNA F. BONDAR, a doctoral student at Memorial University of Newfoundland, is currently writing her dissertation on issues of ecofeminism and deep ecology in Canadian literature. Her most recent publications have appeared in Studies in Canadian Literature and Tickleace. Ms. Bondar also holds an MA in creative writing from the University of New Brunswick and is a published and award winning poet.

FRANCINE CHAÎNÉ est professeure agrégée à l'École des arts visuels de Université Laval où elle enseigne l'art dramatique, une formation complémentaire qui s'adresse aux futurs spécialistes en arts au primaire et au secondaire. Sa pratique artistique a porté sur la performance ainsi que sur l'installation-vidéo. Elle poursuit actuellement une recherche alliant le jeu dramatique et les arts visuels auprès d'enfants du préscolaire.

KATHY CHUNG is a doctoral candidate at the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama, University of Toronto. Her research interests are Canadian theatre and women in theatre. Her thesis is on the work of Sharon Pollock. She is the co-editor, with Sherrill Grace, of A Quiet Game and Other Early Works (1997), a volume of juvenilia by Margaret Atwood, published by Juvenilia Press. She was the assistant editor of Sursum Corda! The Collected Letters of Malcolm Lowry, Volume II: 1947-1957, edited by Sherrill E. Grace, published by Jonathan Cape (1996) and University of Toronto Press (1997).

R. GARNET COLBORNE has been an English and Drama teacher for 22 years. He currently teaches at Evan Hardy Collegiate in Saskatoon SK. He holds a Masters degree in Drama Education. He has co-edited Front Row, an anthology of plays for Nelson (Canada) and is currently collaborating on a text book for Middle Years and Senior High Drama teachers, also with Nelson.

NATHALIE DOLBEC est étudiante de doctorat à l'Université de Toronto, où elle prépare une thèse sur le descriptif dans l'oeuvre de Gabrielle Roy sous la direction des professeurs Ben-Zion Shek et Roland le Huenen. Elle a publié dans le Bulletin des amis d'André Gide et dans Itinéraires du XIXe siècle, collection "À la Recherche du XIXe siècle" (Centre d'études romantiques Joseph Sablé).

ROBERT F. GROSS is Director of Theatre and Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. He is the author of Words Heard and Overheard and S.N. Behman: A Research and Production Sourcebook. He has published many articles on modern drama, including plays by August Strindberg, Terence Rattigan, Tennessee Williams, Howard Brenton, and Harry Kondoleon.

CHRIS JOHNSON is Professor in and Chair of the Theatre Programme, and Artistic Director of the Black Hole Theatre., at the University of Manitoba. He published the first of his several articles on the plays of George F. Walker in 1980.

JEAN LEVASSEUR est Maître-Assistant au département d'études françaises et québécoises de l'Université Bishop's de Lennoxville, au Québec. Ces dernières années, ses recherches se sont concentrées sur l'écriture féminine et sur les romanciers contemporains du Québec et de l'Acadie, dont Jacques Poulin et Jacques Savoie. Il complète présentement une étude argumentaire du référendum québécois de 1995.

RICHARD PARTINGTON is a doctoral student at the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama at the University of Toronto, where he is currently a recipient of the Mary H. Beatty Fellowship for academic excellence. He has been a professional actor in Canada since 1969.