"Disraeli" and "Applejack" on Walker Bills
A newspaper article titled "'Disraeli' and 'Applejack' on Walker Bills". The article discusses two productions performed by the University of Manitoba Menorah Society: "Disraeli" and "Captain Applejack" which were presented at the Walker Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. "Disraeli" was directed by C. Winston McQuillin.
'Disraeli' Menorah Play to be Pretentious Event
A newspaper article titled "'Disraeli' Menorah Play to be Pretentious Event". The article describes the University of Manitoba Menorah Society's theatre production of 'Disraeli,' directed by C. Winston McQuillin and performed at the Walker Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
'Disraeli' and "Applejack' on Walker Bills
A newspaper article titled "'Disraeli' and 'Applejack' on Walker Bills". The article highlights the University of Manitoba Menorah Society's theatre productions 'Disraeli', directed by C. Winston McQuillin and performed at the Walker Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The article also discusses the University of Manitoba Dramatic Society's production of 'Captain Applejack'.
'Disraeli' by Menorah Soon
A newspaper article titled "'Disraeli' by Menorah Soon". The article describes the University of Manitoba Menorah Society's theatre production of 'Disraeli,' directed by C. Winston McQuillin and performed at the Walker Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
'Mrs. Bumstead-Leigh' Eighth Varsity Success
A newspaper article titled "'Mrs. Bumstead-Leigh' Eighth Varsity Success". The article discusses the theatre production of "Mrs. Bumstead-Leigh". It was performed at the Walker Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba, by the University of Manitoba Dramatic Society.
Brilliant Work Done in Little Theatre Plays
A newspaper article titled "Brilliant Work Done in Little Theatre Plays". The article discusses two productions performed by the Winnipeg Community Players "Red Turf" and "Tickless Time" which were performed at the Little Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba. C. Winston McQuillin produced the plays.
Cast of "The Man Born to be Hanged"
A photograph clipped from a newspaper article captioned: "At the coast to coast broadcast of the Canadian Radio Commission of the prize-winning presentation in the Dominion Drama Festival. The cast of "The Man Born to be Hanged" presented by the Masquers club of Winniepg grouped around the microphone in the originating studio in Toronto. "Jim Barber's Spite Fence" was also broadcast on the same program".
Community Players Reach New Heights
A newspaper article titled "Community Players Reach New Heights". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players presentation of "The Tragedy of Nan." C. Winston McQuillin played a leading role in the production.
Community Players Stage Isben's Ghosts
A newspaper article titled "Community Players Stage Isben's Ghosts". The article highlights the Community Players production of "Ghosts." C. Winston McQuillin was a lead actor in this production.
Community Players in Three One-Act Plays
A newspaper article titled "Community Players in Three One-Act Plays". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players production of three one-act plays (Aria da Capo; Interior; and, The Grand Cham's Diamond) at the Little Theatre. C. Winston McQuillin acted in leading role in "Aria da Capo".
Community Players' Successful Windup
A newspaper article titled "Community Players' Successful Windup". The article highlights the Community Players production of "Red Turf" performed at the Little theatre. The play was directed by C. Winston McQuillin.
English Comedy Well Given by Local Players
A newspaper article titled "English Comedy Well Given by Local Players". The article discusses the Little Theatre production of "Mr. Pim Passes By" performed by the Winnipeg Community Players. C. Winston McQuillin acted in a leading role in the play.
Isben's "Ghosts" Done Very Well by Local Cast
A newspaper article titled "Isben's "Ghosts" Done Very Well by Local Cast". The article highlights the Winnipeg Community Players production of "Ghosts." C. Winston McQuillin was a lead actor in this production.
L.E. Abremovich Scores Triumph in "Disraeli"
A newspaper article titled "L.E. Abremovich Scores Triumph in 'Disraeli'". The article describes the University of Manitoba Menorah Society's theatre production of 'Disraeli,' directed by C. Winston McQuillin and performed at the Walker Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
L.E. Abremovich Scores Triumph in "Disraeli"
A newspaper article titled "L.E. Abremovich Scores Triumph in "Disraeli"". The article describes the University of Manitoba Menorah Society's theatre production of 'Disraeli,' directed by C. Winston McQuillin and performed at the Walker Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Last of Season by Community Players
A newspaper article titled "Last of Season by Community Players" which discusses the play "Rollo's Wild Oat" preformed by the Winnipeg Community Players at the Little Theatre. The title role fo Rollo Webster was played by C. Winston McQuillin.
Little Theater Triumphs in Masefield's Nan
A newspaper article titled "Little Theater Triumphs in Masefield's Nan". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players production of "Nan" at the Little Theatre. C. Winston McQuillin acted in leading role in.
Little Theatre Players Achieve New Successes
A newspaper article titled "Little Theatre Players Achieve New Successes". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players production of three one-act plays (Aria da Capo; Interior; and, The Grand Cham's Diamond) at the Little Theatre. C. Winston McQuillin acted in leading role in "Aria da Capo".
Little Theatre Players Score Great Success
A newspaper article titled "Little Theatre Players Score Great Success". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players presentation of "The Farmer's Wife" at the Little Theatre. C. Winston McQuillin was a lead actor the production.
Little Theatre Scores with Latest Comedy
A newspaper article titled "Little Theatre Scores with Latest Comedy". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players production of "Rollo's Wild Oat". The title role fo Rollo Webster was played by C. Winston McQuillin.
Menorah Society Plays "Disraeli"
A newspaper article titled "Menorah Society Plays 'Disraeli'". The article describes the University of Manitoba Menorah Society's theatre production of 'Disraeli,' directed by C. Winston McQuillin and performed at the Walker Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Menorah Society Scores Success
A newspaper article titled "Menorah Society Scores Success". The article discusses the University of Manitoba Menorah Society's presentation of "Disraeli"directed by C. Winston McQuillin.
Much Variety in Program at Little Theatre
A newspaper article titled "Much Variety in Program at Little Theatre". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players presentation of four one-act plays (The Lost Silk Hat; The Man Who Died at Twelve O'Clock; The jest of Hahalaba; and, The Lampshade) at the Little Theatre. C. Winston McQuillin produced the production.
Players Present Mr. Pim Successfully
A newspaper article titled "Players Present Mr. Pim Successfully". The article discusses the Winnipeg Community Players production of "Mr. Pim Passes By" performed by the Winnipeg Community Players. C. Winston McQuillin acted in a leading role in the play.
Stage
An untitled newspaper article under the heading 'Stage' that discusses the University of Manitoba Menorah Society theatre production 'Disraeli' directed by C. Winston McQuillin.
The Farmer's Wife is Heartily Enjoyed
A newspaper article titled "The Farmer's Wife is Heartily Enjoyed" which discusses the Winnipeg Community Players presentation of "The Farmer's Wife" at the Little Theatre. C. Winston McQuillin was a lead actor the production.
Untitled Newspaper Article
An untitled newspaper article that discusses the University of Manitoba Menorah Society theatre production 'Disraeli' directed by C. Winston McQuillin.
Varsity Players Scored a Triumph
A newspaper article titled "Varsity Players Scored a Triumph: Cleverly Written and Exacting Play Given Good Interpretation - Repeat Tonight". The article highlights the University of Manitoba Dramatic Society's production of "Mrs. Bumstead-Leigh" at the Walker Theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba. C. Winston McQuillin was a lead actor in this production.