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Angel Makers by Penn Kemp

The personal dramas of six women in an abortion ward, and an examination of the role of nurses and the hospital bureaucracy. Keywords: Feminism, Seventies, abortion, women, politics. Year Printed: 1984 First Produced: In 1976 by Redlight Theatre, Toronto, ON. Acts: 1 Female Cast: 7 Other Cast: 1 Total Cast:...


The Triumph of Teresa Harris by Penn Kemp

The Triumph of Teresa Harris celebrates the lives of an extraordinary couple, Teresa Harris and St. George Littledale. Why have these intrepid explorers not been heard of outside the annals of Victorian exploration? The couple shunned publicity. Independently wealthy, they didn’t need to raise money for their expeditions. They reported...


What the Ear Hears Last by Penn Kemp

In our culture, death is ignored. This play treats the dying process as an integral ritual in the celebration of life. The play is set in an intensive care unit where a man is dying surrounded by his wife, son and daughter. His granddaughter affirms that kids "go on and...


The Dream Life of Teresa Harris by Penn Kemp

The Dream Life of Teresa Harris celebrates the life of an intrepid Victorian woman from Upper Canada. Teresa tells her amazing story from her home, now Eldon House Historical Museum in London ON. How does a young woman escape the confines of colonial London and become one of the great...


The Epic of Toad and Heron by Penn Kemp

This fantasy pageant tells the story of the Toad Prince who marries a real princess, the daughter of the Sun and Moon who ultimately becomes a bird. Keywords: Children, Fantasy, animal, school. First Produced: 1977 Acts: 2 Other Cast: 5 Total Cast: 5


Performing Women: Playwrights and Performance Poets, edited by Penn Kemp

An anthology of six essays by prominent Canadian women playwrights and performance poets. The contributors explore dramatic personal experiences of their work in performance. The anthology expands the possibilities of performing to include ritual and visual references as well as the resonance of sound. Penn Kemp, Editor Why Ducks, Anyway?...