Other Plays by Shirley Barrie
- Brigit Bondfast Space Scientist-1f
- Carrying The Calf-4f
- Culinary Education-1m1f
- Duck Blind-1f
- Girl In The Flower Basket-The-3f
- Hansel And Gretel-2m2f
- I Am Marguerite-2f
- Recipe For Christmas-A-1f
- Topsy Turvy-2m2f
- Towards Partnership-2m2f
- Witchs Brew-A-3f
- Womens Circle Project-4f
Barrie, Shirley (aka Shirley G. Barrie, Canadian playwright, arts administrator, producer, 1945-____), “Towards Partnership,"
a 20-minute conference show in English, set in __________, 1994,
© 1994 by Shirley Barrie;
• in Shirley Barrie’s Towards Partnership (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: The Author, 1994);
• script/rights available from Shirley Barrie, 462 Clendenan Avenue, Toronto Ontario M6P 2X6, Canada, e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.shirleybarrie.ca, telephone (home) 416-762-7050, fax 416-762-8769.
________ (m), __, __________; ________ (m), __, __________; ________ (f), __, __________; ________ (f), __, __________.
"A 20 minute conference show about finding ways around the prejudice against accepting those who receive mental health services as participants in decision and policy making."--Shirley Barrie Miscellaneous, http://www3.sympatico.ca/sbarrie.kchubb/plays/misc.htm#Communities, accessed June 10, 2008.
• Premiered "by Workman Theatre Project at the IAPSRS Conference, Toronto, 1994. Director: Luc Iogna."--Shirley Barrie Miscellaneous.
• "In 1972 I co-founded the Wakefield Tricycle Company in London, England with Ken Chubb. In 1978 I wrote 'The Adventures of Super Granny and the Kid' for young audiences and have been on the playwrighting [sic] adventure ever since. In 1980 the Wakefield Tricycle Company opened the Tricycle Theatre, a 220 seat theatre that continues to produce plays on the Kilburn High Road in London. In 2006 the theatre received a Special Award for its pioneering political work at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards. In 1985, Ken and I returned to Canada. In Toronto in 1989, after working on a Popular Theatre project inspired by the stories of immigrant women who work in the garment industry, I joined with long time friend and collaborator, Lib Spry, and musician, Arlene Mantle to found Straight Stitching Productions. Since 2000 I have worked with story editor, Ken Chubb, on the development of film and television projects. I was Senior Story Editor on Jozi-H, a 13 part hospital drama co-produced by Inner City Films (Canada) and Morula Pictures (South Africa) which was shown on CBC TV in 2006/07 and SABC3 in 2007. I was the Executive Director of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour from 1988-2005."—Shirley Barrie - Playwright and producer, http://www3.sympatico.ca/sbarrie.kchubb/plays/index.htm, accessed June 10, 2008.
acceptance, conference show, decision making, mental health services, partnership, policy making, prejudice.