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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, December IS, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 51 One of few conntrifis in world Canada not supporting own playwrights liy GLENN1S X.II..M BANFF, Alta. (CP) Can-1 playwrights, says Peter Hay. ada is abnormal in that it is cue In every other country he of the few countries in the world I could think of, a majority of doesn't support its ou.ni play, each were In do the world THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites applications for The Following Sessional Instructors in the following areas Commercial Vehicle Graphic Arts Driving Heavy Equipment- Drapery Construction operation and servicing Host-Hostess Training Painting Radio Technology Appliance Repair Floor Covering Business Equipment Sheet Metal Servicing Upholstery Welding Plumbing DUTIES: To teach from January 3 to April 30, 1972. Re- sponsibility includes course planning and instruc- tion of day programs. TRAINING: Recognized training and'or experience in fields related to the instruction area. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. APPLICATION DEAD1INE: December 22, 1971. Interested persons should apply for the standard "Applica- tion for Employment" farm to: The Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-2141 written by native "England, the United States, Belgium, Ireland, any one you can name." The Vancouver writer and director supported a suggestion by the Playwrights' j i the Canada: Council should require a certain I percentage a! Ihe productions supported by its funds to be by j Canadians. I "Canadian content in our the- atres has not been satisfactory when it has been left up to the artistic directors and their he lold a national con- ference on the arts. j Later, in an inten'iew, he elaborated. j The record showed artistic directors in Canada were more wouldn't do the repeat perform- ances that allowed Canadian au- diences to get a Rood look at If the play is produced, lie may make enough to last him 1 through a second year, if lie's careful, said Mr. Hay. The third which fed the year he starves or lakes any writers. I kind of odd job that allows him TIIKEIC YEAHS' WOKK to try to keep on writing. said. "If he gets a Canada Council grant, that takes care of one vcar. maybe." Lays SYDNEY. Australia (Renter) at the Taronga Zoo kept a watchful eye on a moth- erly duck billed platypus and her two eggs only the fourth 111 i _ likely to put on Broadway musi-1 clutch to be laid in capilmty. cals'lhan Canadian plays. However, when Canadian plays have been produced, they I have played to sold-out houses during the last few years. he If the zoo is successful in breeding just one of the young, it will be only the second time in history that a platypus has added" Despite this, "directors I been successfully reared in a and boards rarely took a zoo. The last platypus to be chance. I reared in captivity was at Mel- If they did, they only wanted bourne 28 years ago. ______ come and some feedback about his work. With this kind of encourage- a wonder that any kind of Cnr.a- j dian content is available for the- j atres at all, he said. "Of the more than million dollars being used to subsidize i English-language theatre this year, about will get into the hands of Canadian play- wrights." Production of the plays also is j important to the playwright, he said. He said he would like to see a professional theatre company do an entire season of Canadian plays. 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