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Guthrie on Guthrie

Author: Margaret DaleMichael MorseColin FoxTyrone Guthrie, SirStratford Festival (Ont.)All authors
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Canadian Broadcasting Corp., ©2000.
Series: Bank of Montreal Stratford Festival series.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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"Based on Tyrone Guthrie's book, A life in the theatre, as well as his own words and anecdotes, Margaret Dales's one-person show traces the experiences that shaped the ideas of the man who shaped the Stratford Festival. From 'Tony' to the venerable 'Sir Tyrone', (knighted in 1961), Guthrie became one of the world's greatest classical theatre directors, and his achievements were legendary, on this continent and in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Radio programs
Drama
Named Person: Tyrone Guthrie
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Dale; Michael Morse; Colin Fox; Tyrone Guthrie, Sir; Stratford Festival (Ont.); Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
ISBN: 0660179830 9780660179834
OCLC Number: 50784935
Credits: Written by Margaret Dale ; music composed and performed by Michael Morse.
Cast: Featuring Colin Fox as Tyrone Guthrie.
Event notes: Recorded in front of an audience, Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, Mar. 1998.
Description: 1 sound cassette (1 hr., 30 min.) : analog.
Series Title: Bank of Montreal Stratford Festival series.
Other Titles: CBC Radio presents Guthrie on Guthrie
Responsibility: CBC RadioONE.

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"Based on Tyrone Guthrie's book, A life in the theatre, as well as his own words and anecdotes, Margaret Dales's one-person show traces the experiences that shaped the ideas of the man who shaped the Stratford Festival. From 'Tony' to the venerable 'Sir Tyrone', (knighted in 1961), Guthrie became one of the world's greatest classical theatre directors, and his achievements were legendary, on this continent and in Europe. He died in 1971 aged 71 years, as old as his century, leaving a proud and visionary legacy."--Container.

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