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Modern Theatre in Context: A Critical Timeline

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Pol Pelletier, opens her "Dojo" for actor training in Montreal, "a place where one goes to be on the right path." It encapsulates the results of a three-year theatrical odyssey. Pelletier, who resigned from the Théâtre Expérimental des Femmes/TEF (which she had helped to found in 1979) in 1985 to embark on a global exploration of theatre, was also to bring her experience to the stage with a trilogy of solo works: Joie (1992), Océan (1996) and Or (1997), performed in theatres and festivals across Canada, and in Europe and Africa.

Nightwood Theatre produces the first version of Ann-Marie MacDonald's Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning, Juliet) at Toronto's Annex Theatre.