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Library: Donation messages for our Gift A Play campaign

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Library: Donation messages for our Gift A Play campaign

Nifty Gift A Play recognition stickers added to our donated books – featured above is Trigger, which was donated by Mari Sasano, and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, donated by Karen King.

For every book we receive through our Gift A Play campaign, we will add a donation sticker (see above) that indicates who donated the title to our Library. In addition to adding your name to our Gift A Play web page, we also would love to publish your donation message – who you are donating on behalf of, why you chose to give to the Theatre Alberta Library, and so forth.

Check out this beautiful message we received from Erika Norrie: 

So much of who I am today is because of you, Theatre Alberta. It’s an honour and a pleasure to be able to give back a little.

Thank you, Erika, for your support! Big thanks also go out to our most recent donors: Elizabeth Wilkie, Michele Fleiger, Barb Mah, Karen King and Amy DeFelice (who donated three titles from her personal collection).

27 items received so far worth $382.02! Visit our Gift A Play page for regular updates. Here is the list of books and donors so far in this campaign: 


~Listed by most recent gift notification to Theatre Alberta
Amy DeFelice
(donated from personal collection)
The Four of Us by Itamar Moses
Comanche Cafe or Domino Courts by William Hauptman
Spinning Into Butter by Rebecca Gilman
Karen KingA Christmas Story – The Musical by Benj Pasek
The Light in the Piazza by Craig Lucas
Yellow by Dell Shores
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang
Erika NorrieMy TWP Plays: A Collection from a Unique Canadian Theatre edited by Theresa Rebeck
Bonjour, La, Bonjour by Michel Tremblay
Barb MahSeminar by Theresa Rebeck
Michele FleigerThe Blues by Hrant Alianak
Reasons to be Happy by Neil LaBute
The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2012 edited by Lawrence Harbison
SummerWorks: Great Plays from the Indie Theatre Festival edited by Michael Rubenfeld
National Theatre Connections 2013 by Howard Brenton, Jim Cartwright and Lucinda Coxon 
Chinglish by David Hwang
La Gringa by Carmen Rivera
Elizabeth WilkieThe Art of Dramatic Writing by Egri Lajos
The Best Women’s Stage Monologues and Scenes 2011 edited by Lawrence Harbison
The Oberon Book of Modern Monologues for Women edited by Catherine Weate
Oberon Book of Modern Monologues for Women, Volume Two edited by Catherine Weate
Mari SasanoTrigger by Daniel MacIvor
Kim McCawThe (Post) Mistress by Tomson Highway
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Comanche Cafe or Domino Courts by William Hauptman
The Bomb-Itty of Errors by by Jordan Allen Dutton, Jason Catalano, Gregory J. Qaiyum, Erik Weiner and Jeffrey Qaiyum 
Cock by Mike Bartlett 
Arigato, Tokyo by Daniel MacIvor


None yet – but it’s still early!


~Listed by most recent donation
Russell and Heather Thomas
Cindy & Alastair Brooks


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