Shaw Festival production history

Shaw Festival production history

The Shaw Festival is a major Canadian theatre festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, the second largest repertory theatre company in North America. Founded in 1962, its original mandate was to stimulate interest in G. Bernard Shaw and his period, and to advance the development of theatre arts in Canada.

The following is a chronological list of the productions that have been staged as part of the Shaw Festival since its inception.

1962

*"Don Juan in Hell" - (from "Man and Superman") by George Bernard Shaw
*"Candida" - by George Bernard Shaw

1963

*"You Never Can Tell" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"How He Lied to Her Husband" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Man of Destiny" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Androcles and the Lion" - by George Bernard Shaw

1964

*"Heartbreak House" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Village Wooing" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Dark Lady of the Sonnets" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"John Bull's Other Island" - by George Bernard Shaw

1965

*"Pygmalion" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Shadow of a Gunman" - by Sean O'Casey
*"The Millionairess" - by George Bernard Shaw

1966

*"Man and Superman" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Misalliance" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Apple Cart" - by George Bernard Shaw

1967

*"Arms and the Man" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Circle" - by W. Somerset Maugham
*"Major Barbara" - by George Bernard Shaw

1968

*"Heartbreak House" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Importance of Being Oscar" - based on the life and works of Oscar Wilde, by Michael MacLiammoir
*"The Chemmy Circle" - by Georges Feydeau, translated by Suzanne Grossman

1969

*"The Doctor's Dilemma" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Back to Methusela (Part 1)" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Five Variations for Corno di Basetto" - from the music criticism of George Bernard Shaw
*"The Guardsman" - by Ferenc Molnar

1970

*"Candida" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Forty Years On" - by Alan Bennett

1971

*"The Philanderer" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Summer Days" - by Romain Weingarten, translated by Suzanne Grossman
*"" - by Noël Coward
*"War Women and Other Trivia -- A Social Success" - by Max Beerbohm
*"O'Flaherty V.C." - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Press Cuttings" - by George Bernard Shaw

1972

*"The Royal Family" - by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber
*"Getting Married" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Misalliance" - by George Bernard Shaw

1973

*"You Never Can Tell" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Brass Butterfly" - by William Golding
*"Fanny's First Play" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Sister of Mercy - A Musical Journey into the World of Leonard Cohen" - conceived by Gene Lesser

1974

*"The Devil's Disciple" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Too Good to be True" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Charley's Aunt" - by Brandon Thomas
*"The Admirable Bashville" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Rosmersholm" - by Henrik Ibsen

1975

*"Pygmalion" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Leaven of Malice" - by Robertson Davies
*"Caesar and Cleopatra" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The First Night of Pygmalion" - by Richard Huggett
*"G.K.C. The Wit and Wisdom of Gilbert Keith Chesterton" - compiled, arranged and performed by Tony van Bridge

1976

*"Mrs. Warren's Profession" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Admirable Crichton" - by J. M. Barrie
*"Arms and the Man" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Apple Cart" - by George Bernard Shaw

1977

*"Man and Superman" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Thark" - by Ben Travers
*"The Millionairess" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Great Catherine" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Widowers' Houses" - by George Bernard Shaw

1978

*"Major Barbara" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"John Gabriel Borkman" - by Henrik Ibsen
*"Heartbreak House" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Lady Audley's Secret -- A Musical Melodrama" - by Mary Elizabeth Braddon, adapted by Douglas Seale, music by George Goehring, lyrics by John Kuntz

1979

*"You Never Can Tell" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Corn is Green" - by Emlyn Williams
*"Dear Liar" - by Jerome Kilty
*"Captain Brassbound's Conversion" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Blithe Spirit" - by Noël Coward
*"My Astonishing Self from the writings of G.B.S.," - by Michael Voysey
*"Village Wooing" - by George Bernard Shaw

1980

*"Misalliance" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Cherry Orchard" - by Anton Chekhov
*"A Flea in Her Ear" - by Georges Feydeau
*"The Grand Hunt" - by Gyula Hernady
*"The Philanderer" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"A Respectable Wedding" - by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Jean Benedetti
*"Canuck" - by John Bruce Cowan
*"Puttin on the Ritz" - by Irving Berlin
*"Gunga Heath" - compiled and performed by Heath Lamberts
*"Overruled" - by George Bernard Shaw

1981

*"Saint Joan" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Tons of Money" - by Will Evans and Valentine
*"The Suicide" - by Nikolai Erdman
*"Camille" - by Robert David MacDonald
*"In Good King Charles' Golden Days" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Magistrate" - by Arthur Wing Pinero
*"Rose Marie" - book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, music by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart
*"The Man of Destiny" - by George Bernard Shaw

1982

*"Pygmalion" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"See How They Run" - by Philip King
*"Camille" - by Robert David MacDonald
*"Cyrano de Bergerac" - by Edmond Rostand
*"Too True to Be Good" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Singular Life of Alfred Nobbs" - adapted by Simone Benmussa from Albert Nobbs by George Moore
*"The Desert Song" - book and lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein and Frank Mandel
*"The Music-Cure" - by George Bernard Shaw

1983

*"Caesar and Cleopatra" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Cyrano de Bergerac" - by Edmond Rostand
*"Rookery Nook" - by Ben Travers
*"Private Lives" - by Noël Coward
*"The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Candida" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Vortex" - by Noël Coward
*"Tom Jones" - by Sir Edward German, libretto by Robert Courtneidge and A. M. Thompson
*"O'Flaherty V.C." - by George Bernard Shaw

1984

*"The Devil's Disciple" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Private Lives" - by Noël Coward
*"The Skin of Our Teeth" - by Thornton Wilder
*"Célimar (or Friends of a Feather)" - by Eugene Labiche
*"Androcles and the Lion" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Vortex" - by Noël Coward
*"The Lost Letter" - by Ian Luca Caragiale
*"Roberta" - books and lyrics by Otto Harbach, music by Jerome Kern
*"The Shaw Playlets - The Fascinating Foundling and How He Lied to Her Husband" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"1984" - by George Orwell

1985

*"Heartbreak House" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Madwoman of Chaillot" - by Jean Giraudoux
*"One for the Pot" - by Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton
*"Cavalcade" - by Noël Coward
*"John Bull's Other Island" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Women" - by Clare Boothe Luce
*"Tropical Madness No. 2 - Metaphysics of the Two-Headed Calf" - by Stanislaw Witkiewicz
*"Murder on the Nile" - by Agatha Christie
*"Naughty Marietta" - book and lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, music by Victor Herbert
*"The Inca of Perusalem" - by George Bernard Shaw

1986

*"Arms and the Man" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Banana Ridge" - by Ben Travers
*"Cavalcade" - by Noël Coward
*"Back to Methuseleh" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"On the Rocks" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Holiday" - by Philip Barry
*"Tonight We Improvise" - by Luigi Pirandello
*"Black Coffee" - by Agatha Christie
*"Girl Crazy" - music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, libretto by John McGowan and Guy Bolton
*"Passion, Poison and Petrifaction" - by George Bernard Shaw

1987

*"Major Barbara" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Hay Fever" - by Noël Coward
*"Marathon 33" - by June Havoc
*"Peter Pan" - by J.M. Barrie
*"Fanny's First Play" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Night of January 16th" - by Ayn Rand
*"Playing with Fire" - by August Strindberg
*"Salome" - by Oscar Wilde
*"Not in the Book" - by Arthur Watkyn
*"Anything Goes" - music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse
*"Augustus Does His Bit" - by George Bernard Shaw

1988

*"You Never Can Tell" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Peter Pan" - by J.M. Barrie
*"War and Peace" - by Leo Tolstoy
*"Once in a Lifetime" - by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
*"Geneva" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Voysey Inheritance" - by Harley Granville Barker
*"He Who Gets Slapped" - by Leonid Andreyev
*"Dangerous Corner" - by J.B. Priestley
*"Hit the Deck" - music by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Leo Robin, Clifford Gray and Irving Caesar, book by Herbert Fields
*"The Dark Lady of the Sonnets" - by George Bernard Shaw

1989

*"Man and Superman" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Berkeley Square" - by John L. Balderston
*"Once in a Lifetime" - by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
*"Trelawny of the "Wells"" - by Arthur Wing Pinero
*"Getting Married" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Peer Gynt" - by Henrik Ibsen, translated by John Lingard
*"Nymph Errant" - music and lyrics by Cole Porter, libretto by Romney Brent, from the novel by James Laver
*"An Inspector Calls" - by J.B. Priestley
*"Good News" - music by Ray Henderson, book by Laurence Schwab and B.G. DeSylva
*"Shakes versus Shav and The Glimpse of Reality" - by George Bernard Shaw

1990

*"Misalliance" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Trelawny of the "Wells"" - by Arthur Wing Pinero
*"The Waltz of the Toreadors" - by Jean Anouilh, translated by Lucienne Hill
*"Present Laughter" - by Noël Coward
*"Mrs. Warren's Profession" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Nymph Errant" - music and lyrics by Cole Porter, libretto by Romney Brent, from the novel by James Laver
*"Ubu Rex" - by Alfred Jarry, translated by David Copelin
*"Night Must Fall" - by Emlyn Williams
*"When We Are Married" - by J.B. Priestley
*"Village Wooing" - by George Bernard Shaw

1991

*"The Doctor's Dilemma" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"A Cuckoo in the Nest" - by Ben Travers
*"Lulu" - by Frank Wedekind
*"The Millionairess" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Henry IV" - by Luigi Pirandello
*"Hedda Gabler" - by Henrik Ibsen
*"A Connecticut Yankee" - music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, book by Herbert Fields
*"This Happy Breed" - by Noël Coward
*"Press Cuttings" - by George Bernard Shaw

1992

*"Pygmalion" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Counsellor-at-Law" - by Elmer Rice
*"Charley's Aunt" - by Brandon Thomas
*"Widowers' Houses" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Drums in the Night" - by Bertolt Brecht
*"Point Valaine" - by Noël Coward
*"On the Town" - music by Leonard Bernstein, books and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
*"Ten Minute Alibi" - by Anthony Armstrong
*"Overruled" - by George Bernard Shaw

1993

*"Saint Joan" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Silver King" - by Henry Arthur Jones
*"Blithe Spirit" - by Noël Coward
*"Candida" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Unmentionables" - by Carl Sternheim
*"The Marrying of Anne Leete" - by Harley Granville Barker
*"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" - music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Leo Robin, book by Anita Loos and Joseph Fields
*"And Then There Were None" - by Agatha Christie
*"The Man of Destiny" - by George Bernard Shaw

1994

*"Arms and the Man" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Front Page" - by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur
*"Sherlock Holmes" - by William Gillette
*"Too True to Be Good" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Eden End" - by J.B. Priestley
*"Ivona the Princess of Burgundia" - by Witold Gombrowicz
*"Lady Be Good" - music and lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson
*"Busman's Honeymoon" - by Dorothy L. Sayers and Muriel St Clare Byrne
*"Roccoco" - by Harley Granville Barker
*"Annajanska the Bolshevik Princess" - by George Bernard Shaw

1995

*"You Never can Tell" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Petrified Forest" - by Robert E. Sherwood
*"Cavalcade" - by Noël Coward
*"The Philanderer" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"An Ideal Husband" - by Oscar Wilde
*"Waste" - by Harley Granville Barker
*"The Voice of the Turtle" - by John William Van Druten
*"Ladies in Retirement" - by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham
*"The Zoo" - by Arthur Sullivan and B. C. Stephenson
*"The Six of Calais" - by George Bernard Shaw

1996

*"The Devil's Disciple" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Rashoman" - by Fay Kanin and Michael Kanin
*"Hobson's Choice" - by Harold Brighouse
*"An Ideal Husband" - by Oscar Wilde
*"The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Playboy of the Western World" - by J.M. Synge
*"Marsh Hay" - by Merrill Denison
*"Mr. Cinders" - music by Vivian Ellis and Richard Myers, libretto and lyrics by Clifford Gray and Greatrex Newman
*"The Hollow" - by Agatha Christie
*"Shall We Join the Ladies" - by J.M. Barrie
*"The Conjuror" - by David Ben and Patrick Watson

1997

*"Mrs. Warren's Profession" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Hobson's Choice" - by Harold Brighouse
*"Will Any Gentleman" - by Vernon Sylvaine
*"The Seagull" - by Anton Chekhov
*"In Good King Charles' Golden Days" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Playboy of the Western World" - by J.M. Synge
*"The Children's Hour" - by Lillian Hellman
*"The Secret Life" - by Harley Granville Barker
*"The Chocolate Soldier" - music by Oscar Straus, adapted and arranged by Ronald Hanmer, original book and lyrics by Rudolf Bernauer and Leopold Jacobson
*"The Two Mrs. Carrolls" - by Martin Vale
*"" - by David Ben and Patrick Watson
*"Sorry Wrong Number" - by Lucille Fletcher

1998

*"Major Barbara" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"You Can't Take It with You" - by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
*"Lady Windermere's Fan" - by Oscar Wilde
*"The Lady's Not for Burning" - by Christopher Fry
*"John Bull's Other Island" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Joy" - by John Galsworthy
*"A Foggy Day" - music and lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, book by Norm Foster and John Mueller
*"The Shop at Sly Corner" - by Edward Percy
*"Passion, Poison and Petrifaction" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Brothers in Arms" - by Merrill Denison
*"A Story of Waterloo" - by Arthur Conan Doyle

1999

*"Heartbreak House" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"You Can't Take It with You" - by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
*"Easy Virtue" - by Noël Coward
*"All My Sons" - by Arthur Miller
*"Getting Married" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Madras House" - by Harley Granville Barker
*"S.S. Tenacity" - by Charles Vildrac
*"Uncle Vanya" - by Anton Chekhov
*"Rebecca" - by Daphne du Maurier
*"A Foggy Day" - music and lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, book by Norm Foster and John Mueller
*"Waterloo" - by Arthur Conan Doyle
*"Village Wooing" - by George Bernard Shaw

2000

*"The Doctor's Dilemma" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Easy Virtue" - by Noël Coward
*"Lord of the Flies" - by William Golding
*"The Matchmaker" - by Thornton Wilder
*"A Woman of No Importance" - by Oscar Wilde
*"The Apple Cart" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"A Room of One's Own" - by Virginia Woolf
*"Six Characters in Search of an Author" - by Luigi Pirandello
*"Time and the Conways" - by J.B. Priestley
*"She Loves Me" - book by Joe Masteroff, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
*"Still Life" - by Noël Coward

2001

*"The Millionairess" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Peter Pan" - by J.M. Barrie
*"The Man Who Came to Dinner" - by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
*"Picnic" - by William Inge
*"Fanny's First Play" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Six Characters in Search of an Author" - by Luigi Pirandello
*"The Return of the Prodigal" - by St John Hankin
*"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" - a musical by Rupert Holmes
*"Laura" - by Vera Caspary and George Sklar
*"Love from a Stranger" - by Frank Vosper, based on a story by Agatha Christie
*"Shadow Play" - by Noël Coward

2002

*"Caesar and Cleopatra" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Detective Story" - by Sidney Kingsley
*"Candida" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Hay Fever" - by Noël Coward
*"The Return of the Prodigal" - by St John Hankin
*"The House of Bernarda Alba" - by Federico Garcia Lorca
*"His Majesty" - by Harley Granville Barker
*"Chaplin" - by Simon Bradbury
*"The Old Ladies" - by Rodney Ackland
*"Merrily We Roll Along" - music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by George Furth
*"The Old Lady Shows Her Medals" - by J.M. Barrie

2003

*"Misalliance" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Three Sisters" - by Anton Chekhov
*"The Coronation Voyage" - by Michel Marc Bouchard
*"The Royal Family" - by George S. Kaufman
*"Widowers' Houses" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Diana of Dobson's" - by Cicely Hamilton
*"The Plough and the Stars" - by Sean O’Casey
*"Afterplay" - by Brian Friel
*"On the Twentieth Century" - book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Cy Coleman
*"Blood Relations" - by Sharon Pollock
*"Happy End" - lyrics by Bertolt Brecht, music by Kurt Weill

2004

*"Pygmalion" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Importance of Being Earnest" - by Oscar Wilde
*"Three Men on a Horse" - by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott
*"Pal Joey" - music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, book by John O’Hara
*"Ah, Wilderness!" - by Eugene O'Neill
*"Rutherford and Son" - by Githa Sowerby
*"Waiting for the Parade" - by John Murrell
*"The Tinker's Wedding" - by J.M. Synge
*"Man and Superman" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Nothing Sacred" - by George F. Walker
*"Harlequinade" - by Terence Rattigan
*"Floyd Collins" - music and lyrics by Adam Guettel, book by Tina Landau

2005

*"Major Barbara" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"You Never Can Tell" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"" - music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Arthur Laurents
*"Journey's End" - by R. C. Sherriff
*"The Autumn Garden" - by Lillian Hellman
*"Belle Moral" - by Ann-Marie MacDonald
*"The Constant Wife" - by Somerset Maugham
*"Happy End" - Music by Kurt Weill, Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht
*"Bus Stop" - by William Inge
*"Something on the Side" - (One Act) by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres

2006

*"Arms and the Man" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Too True to be Good" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"High Society" - music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Arthur Kopit
*"The Crucible" - by Arthur Miller
*"The Magic Fire" - by Lillian Groag
*"Rosmersholm" - by Henrik Ibsen
*"Love Among the Russians" - by Anton Chekhov
*"The Heiress" - adapted from Washington Square by Henry James
*"The Invisible Man" - by Michael O'Brien, adapted from the novel by H.G. Wells
*"Design for Living" - by Noël Coward

2007

*"The Philanderer" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Saint Joan" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Mack and Mabel" - music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, book by Michael Stewart
*"Hotel Peccadillo" - by Georges Feydeau
*"The Circle" - by Somerset Maugham
*"Summer and Smoke" - by Tennessee Williams
*"A Month in the Country" - by Brian Friel, based on the original by Ivan Turgenev
*"Tristan" - by Paul Sportelli and Jay Turvey
*"The Cassillis Engagement" - by St. John Hankin
*"The Kiltartan Comedies" - by Lady Augusta Gregory

2008

*"An Inspector Calls" - by J.B. Priestley
*"Wonderful Town" - music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Betty Comden, book by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov
*"Mrs. Warren's Profession" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"" - by Stephen Sondheim
*"Getting Married" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"The Little Foxes" - by Lillian Hellman
*"After the Dance" - by Terence Rattigan
*"The President" - by Ferenc Molnár
*"The Stepmother" - by Githa Sowerby
*"A Little Night Music" - music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Hugh Wheeler
*"Belle Moral" - by Ann-Marie MacDonald

2009

*Brief Encounters: "Still Life", "We Were Dancing" and "Hands Across the Sea" - by Noel Coward
*Play, Orchestra, Play: "Red Peppers", "Fumed Oak" and "Shadow Play" - by Noel Coward
*Ways of the Heart: "Ways and Means", "Family Album" and "The Astonished Heart" - by Noel Coward
*"Star Chamber" - by Noel Coward
*"The Entertainer" - by John Osborne
*"The Devil's Disciple" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"In Good King Charles's Golden Days" - by George Bernard Shaw
*"Born Yesterday" - by Garson Kanin
*"A Moon for the Misbegotten" - by Eugene O'Neill
*"Albertine in Five Times" - by Michel Tremblay
*"Sunday in the Park with George" - music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine

External links

* [http://www.shawfest.com Shaw Festival Online]

Bibliography


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