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The Sleep Room

The sub-series consists of tapes of "dailies" and "rushes," recordings made during the creation of the television movie. Tapes are arraged by date and tape number.

Produced with Bernie Zukerman for Cinar Films, the movie won Wheeler a 1997 Genie for Best Direction in a Mini-Series, and Best Movie/Mini-series. The film is based on a book bu Ann Collins, Bruce Smith wrote the screenplay. The movie concerns Dr. Cameron and the Allen Clinic in Montreal in the fifties when hundreds of patients were exploited in experiemental "shock" therapy. The movie was made in Montreal and features Nicola Cavendish, Donald Moffat, Masha Gagnon , Leon Pownall, Eric Petersen, Marina Orsini, and Gabrielle Rose in the maine roles

Wheeler, Anne

Henry IV

Sub-series consits of records of t productions of Studio Theatre. Records are describe elements of the productions from administrative to operational files.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Photographs

Sub-series consists of photographs of productions involving Gordon Peacock .

Peacock, Gordon

Widger's Way

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of Widger's Way. Gwen Pharis Ringwood wrote the play. The cast in order of appearance was Milton Widger: Robert Orchard; Planter: Frank Glenfield; Roselle: Hazel Gillis; Black Jake: Roger Lenney; Peter: John Moore; Clifford Sokolander: Jon Granik; Anastasia: Betty Wilson; Prof. Willoughby Bond: Laughlin Taylor; Garrow: Tom Peacocke; Dowser Ringgo: Grant Reddick; Constable Docket: Don Wilson. The play was directed by Irene Polan and Robert Orchard. The Set and Costume Design were done by Prof. H.G. Glyde, R.C.A.; Assistant to the Directors: Craig Elliott; House Manager Lois Badgley; Costumer: Joah Auger, Eva Bailie, Edna Bourgeios, Melba Gutowski.

The records consist of a 79 page production book including annotated Director's script, rehearsal plans, stage directions, and random notes. Also included are copies of newspaper reviews and an original program.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Cherry Orchard

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Cherry Orchard.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Italian Straw Hat

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of The Italian Straw Hat.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

She Stoops to Conquer

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of She Stoops to Conquer.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Othello

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Othello.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Death of a Salesman

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Death of a Salesman.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Great Catherine

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Death of a Great Catherine.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Kai Khosru

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Kai Khosru.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Boy Meets Girl

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Boy meets Girl.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Da Vinci's Inquest

Sub-series consists of records documenting the production, promotion, research, and administrative activties for the television series Da Vinci's Inquest. Anne Wheeler directed the early episodes of the tv series. This includes the three hour pilot for the C.B.C. and a two-hour season premier. The series has won four Gemini Awards, and 35 television industry awards including the Banff Rockie Award for Best Continuing Series

Wheeler, Anne

Productions

Sub-series consists of records documenting the productoin and promotion of various Chinook Theatre plays.

Fringe Theatre Adventures

The Antigone

Sub-series consists of records documenting the production of the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Antigone by Sophocles.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Right You Are if You Think So

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Right You Are if You Think So.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Dark of the Moon

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Dark of the Moon.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Braggart Warrior

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Braggart Warrior.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Enchanted

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of The Enchanted. The play was directed by Gordon Peacock.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Idiot's Delight

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of Idiot's Delight.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Creation to the Nativity

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre production of The Creation to the Nativity.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Playboy of the Western World

Sub-series consists of records documenting the production of the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of Playboy of the Western World.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Would-be Gentleman

Sub-series consists of records documenting the production of the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Would-be Gentleman.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

General file

Sub-series consists of records documenting the production of the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Would-be Gentleman.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Calgary: Municipal Public Services

Sub-series consists of 21 files documenting the development of public services in Calgary. Topics include bridges, cemetaries, education facilities and resources.

Pearce, William

The Investigation

Sub-series consists of "dailies" and "rushes" made during the creation of the movie. The tapes are arrenged chronologically and by tape number.

Directed with Bernie Zukerman and produced by CTV. The film examined the R.C.M.P.s pursuit of Canadian mass murderer Clifford Olsen. The movie starred Nic Lea, Lochlyn Munro, David Warner, Paul Coeur and others, and was written by Bruce Smith.

Wheeler, Anne

School for Wives

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of School for Wives by Molière. The cast of the play in order of appearance includes: Firts Marquie: Walter Kaasa; Second Marquis: Craig Elliott; Horace: Eric Candy; Agnes: Lois Enright; Chrysalde: Henry Kreisel; Arnolphe: Robert Orchard; Alain: Fred Bendle; Georgette: June Richards; Norary: Craig Elliott; Enrique: Walter Bryant; Oronte: Walter Kaasa. The play was directed by Robert Orchard with the collaboration of Beverly Wilson and Elizabeth Sterling Haynes; Production Manager: Beverly Wilson; Technical Assistant: Walter Kaasa; Costume designs: Gwytha Evans; Scenery Design: Robert Orchard and Beverly Wilson. Quanset Hut A, University of Edmotnon

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Education

Sub-series consists of correspondence documenting Pearce's involvement in education in Calgary, Alberta and western Canada.

Pearce, William

The Diviners

The sub-series consists of ten folders of textual material documenting the production, promotion and administration of the television movie. Originally a short story by Margaret Lawrence, Wheeler adopted the story as a two-hour television movie. Although representing her first work after her move to the coast, the film was shot in Manitoba. Wheeler made the work for Atlantis Films and the CBC. The work won a Genie for Best Movie of the Week.

Material includes press clippings, publicity, copy of "The Stone Angel" (early script), list of music for film, resumes, casting, script and notes, distribution and copy rights, miscellaneous correspondence,

Wheeler, Anne

At My Heart's Core

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta's Studio Theatre's production of At My Heart's Core, by Robertson Davies.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Change of Heart

Sub-series consists of film elements and textual material for the production, administration and promotion of the film.

Anne Wheeler directed this one hour drama produced by the CBC. Written by Sharon Riis, the film won the following awards: 1986 New York American Film Festival Blue Ribbon Award; A.M.P.I.A., 1985, Best Script, Best Direction, Best Film Made for TV; Best Film of the Festival.

Wheeler, Anne

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Sub-series consists of all the records created to produce, record, and promote the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Madwoman of Chaillot.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Teach Me to Dance

Sub-series consists of film element for the 29 minute film.

The film was written by Myrna Kostash, directed by Anne Wheeler, produced by Vladimír Valenta, John Howe, and Roman Kroitor, cinematography by Savas Kalogeras, editing by Ion Webster, music by Mo Marshall. The production company was the National Film Board of Canada, National Museum of Man, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and Atec Canada

Wheeler, Anne

Anna Christie

Sub-series consists of records documenting the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of Anna Christie.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Mother Trucker

Sub-series consists of textual and graphic material created in the promotiion, production and administration of this Movie-of-the-Week. Material includes clippings, ratings and correspondence, publicity photographs, press releases and cast photographs.

The movie was written and produced by Anne Wheeler. It was directed by Sturla Gunnarsson, produced by Laszlo Barna. The film appeared as the MOW aired on Turner Television in October 1996 and on C.B.C. (largest Canadian audience to that time for a M.O.W.) in February of 1997. The film won the Cable Ace Award for Best International Programming.

Wheeler, Anne

MacBeth

Sub-series consists of records documenting the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of MacBeth.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Tempest

Sub-series consists of records created in the Univeristy of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Tempest.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Silver Tassie

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Silver Tassie.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Admissions Committee

The Admissions Committee was the first formal committee responsible for administering student admission at the University of Alberta. The Committee met often although not always with regular frequency. The Registrar chaired the Committee. It was composed of Deans and representatives of a shifting variety of faculties. It originally reported to the Senate holding meetings in the Senate Chamber. The increased volume of admissions and detail of policy required the Committee to report to the General Faculties Council. Until 1969 the Registrar served as Secretary of the General Faculties Council. In this year these duties were relinquished to the newly established Secretariat's Office.

Office of the Registrar and Student Awards

Board of Directors

Sub-series consists of material created by the Board of the Directors of Fringe Theatres Adventures in their managment and coordination of annual Fringe festivals.

Fringe Theatre Adventures

Drama Activities

Sub-series consists of photographs of Peacock's work in theatre during his academic career. Peacock was active in student theatre, particularly through the University Players, and also played small roles in Studio Theatre's early productions.

Title based on contents of file

Peacock, Gordon

Mushrooms of Western Canada

Sub-series consists of records created in the activities of researching, writing, publishing, and promoting the monograph Mushrooms of Western Canada. Predominantly textual, there is a large number of sketches and paintings of mushrooms in this sub-series. Included in the sub-series is a collection of notecards each containing detailed descriptions of individual types of mushrooms. Records are arranged by descrption of mushroom, otherwise, there is no arrangement schema.

Schalkwijk-Barendsen, Helene M.E.

Financial

Sub-series consists of records of the Fringe Theatre Adventures financial activities.

Fringe Theatre Adventures

Fundraising

Sub-series consists of record documenting the Fringe Theatre Adventures fundraising activities.

Fringe Theatre Adventures

Affiliated College Committee

University affiliation with provincial colleges began in the University of Alberta’s first year of operation. Early affiliated colleges included Westminster Ladies College (formerly Alberta Ladies' College), Alberta College North, Concordia College, and Llanarthney School for Girls, Edmonton. The earliest recorded documentation of affiliation for these colleges covers the years January 3, 1912 - September 1, 1927. Other early documented relationships include the Senate Committee on Affiliation of Jesuit College (February 14, 1916 - November 21, 1919); Mount Royal College (November 8, 1911 - February 25, 1925); Robertson College (October 6, 1911 - September a, 1925); St. Aidan's College (April 3, 1913 - September, 1919); St. Joseph's College (August 13, 1921 - March 16, 1928); St. Stephen's College (September 15, 1908 - January 19, 1926); and Western Canada College ( August 20, 1908 - August 21, 1926). Records of the first committee on affiliated colleges consist of the minutes of the Committee on Affiliated Colleges. The committee’s existence predates the archival records that begin in 1931. Records of this committee's successor, the Affiliated Colleges Committee, continue until 1974. Like most university admissions responsibilities, the University administered college affiliation through distributed authority across faculties, the Board of Governors, the Universities Coordinating Committee and the G.F.C.

By the 1970s several pieces of provincial legislation articulated the affiliation of colleges with universities in Alberta. The Universities Act and the Colleges Act remain the principal legislation. The role of the Universities Coordinating Council in affiliating a college with universities is described in the Universities Act, Section 60, subsection (4) and in the Colleges Act, Section 25. The role of a University with respect to affiliation of other institutions is expressed in the Universities Act, Section 34, Subsection (1). The role of the Alberta Colleges Commission with respect to coordination of post-secondary institutions is described in the Colleges Act, Section 8, and subsection (i).

The records of this sub-series consist primarily of committee minutes, interdepartmental and extra-university correspondence
concerning college affiliation, studies, tables, and published material examining the concept of affiliation between colleges and the University of Alberta.

Office of the Registrar and Student Awards

Articulation Committee of General Faculties Correspondence

The General Faculties Council set up the terms of reference for the Articulation Committee: to consider the recommendations of the Evaluation Committee regarding application for affiliation, renewal of affiliation, and review of existing affiliations. Over time the terms became more general: to formulate and recommend University policy concerning transfer and credit arrangements with the colleges and to ensure smooth transfer and to assist colleges in meeting university program requirements. The committee was composed of six academic memberss elected by G.F.C., the Chair of Admission Requirements, the Chair of the S.S. and Evening Credit Program Committee, two members of the student community, and an executive secretary from the Registrar's Office. The Chair was elected from members of the Committee.

Office of the Registrar and Student Awards

First-Year Committee

First-Year Committee sub-series.
Since its inception this committee focused on three overlapping functions: the liaison, orientation, and transition of first-year students into the University of Alberta academic milieu. In the first meeting of the committee on September 29, 1920, President Tory served as Executive of the committee. He articulated the committee’s mandate: “to watch the transition of the student from high school to the University, to observe his capacity and to keep him at work; … to see that he chooses the correct options prerequisite to his senior work and to refer him to the right authorities if he wishes advice in the choosing of a profession” (Freshman Committee Minutes, Book 1, 127-1-7-1-1970091-88, p. 1). The original Committee, with the official title of “Freshman Committee,” reported to the Senate. Within the first year of its existence, the Freshman Committee incorporated the General Faculty Council (GFC) into its functional matrix. Staff teaching first-year students were asked to join the Freshman Committee through the GFC and report to the Freshman Executive Committee on student progress. In October 1944 the Committee changed its name from Freshman to First-Year Committee. In addition to commenting on curriculum in all faculties the committee expanded its mandate. It was also responsible to enforce academic probation and began to liaise with high schools and assist in the orientation of new students. Over time the responsibilities of the First-Year Committee were dispersed across a variety of office located predominantly under the administration of the Office of the Registrar. Principle amongst these was is the office of Admissions Policy, Evaluation, and Liaison Division.
Currently the Post-Secondary Learning Act of Alberta gives General Faculties Council (GFC) responsibility, subject to the authority of the Board of Governors, over "academic affairs" (section 26(1)) and over "standards and policies respecting the admission of persons to the university as students" (section 26(1)(n)). Further, the Post-Secondary Learning Act gives the Board of Governors authority over "admission requirements" (sections 60(1)(c) and (d)). The Board has delegated its authority over admission requirements to GFC.
The Post-Secondary Learning Act of Alberta gives Faculty Councils power to “provide for the admission of students to the faculty” (29(1)(c))

Office of the Registrar and Student Awards

Marine Life

Sub-series consists of records documenting the production, promotion, and administration of the film.

Wheeler, Anne

Andorra

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Andorra.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Balcony

  • Fonds 426-2-101
  • Subseries
  • October 26-November 4, 1972
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Balcony.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Unknown Soldier and His Wife

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Unknown Soldier and his Wife.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Seagull

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Seagull.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Tonight at 8:30

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Tonight at 8:30

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Blood Wedding

  • Fonds 426-2-108
  • Subseries
  • November 1-10, 1973
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Blood Wedding

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Godspell

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Godspell.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Country Wife

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Country Wife.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Brecht on Brecht

  • Fonds 426-2-111
  • Subseries
  • March 28-April 6, 1974
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Brecht on Brecht

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The White Geese

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The White Geese

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Sticks and Stones

  • Fonds 426-2-113
  • Subseries
  • October 24-November 2, 1974
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Sticks and Stones.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Camino Real

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Camino Real.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Injured

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Injured.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Hot 1 Baltimore

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Hot 1 Baltimore.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Power in the Blood

  • Fonds 426-2-118
  • Subseries
  • September 23-28, 1975
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Power in the Blood.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Cave Dewllers

  • Fonds 426-2-119
  • Subseries
  • October 23-November 1, 1975
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Cave Dwellers.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Little Foxes

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Little Foxes.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Games of Love and Chance

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Games of Love and Chance.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Tom Jones Slept Here

  • Fonds 426-2-122
  • Subseries
  • March 25-April 3, 1976
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Games of Tom Jones Slept Here.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Richard III

  • Fonds 426-2-123
  • Subseries
  • October 28-November 6, 1976
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Richard III.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Scenes From American Life

  • Fonds 426-2-124
  • Subseries
  • December 9-18, 1976
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Scenes From American Life.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Scenes From American Life

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Scenes From American LIfe.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Rimers of Eldritch

  • Fonds 426-2-126
  • Subseries
  • March 29-April 6, 1977
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Rimers of Eldritch.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Lonely Road

  • Fonds 426-2-127
  • Subseries
  • April 29-May 7, 1977
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Lonely Road

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Uncle Vanya

  • Fonds 426-2-128
  • Subseries
  • October 20-29, 1977
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Uncle Vanya

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Bonds of Interest

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Bonds of Interest.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Songs For Believers

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Songs For Believers.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Running of the Deer

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Running of the Deer.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Firebugs

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Firebugs.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

She Stoops to Conquer

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of She Stoops to Conquer.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Look Homeward Angel

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Look Homeward Angel.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Good News

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Good News.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Wild Duck

  • Fonds 426-2-136
  • Subseries
  • March 29-April 7, 1979
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Wild Duck

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

What the Butler Saw

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of What the Butler Saw.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Bonjour, la Bonjour

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Bonjour, la Bonjour.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Misalliance

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Misalliance.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Birthday Party

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Birthday Party.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Murder of August Dupin

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Murder of August Dupin.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Electra

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Electra.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Shipbuilder

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Shipbuilder.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Hostage

  • Fonds 426-2-146
  • Subseries
  • November 27-December 6, 1980
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Hostage.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Threepenny Opera

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Threepenny Opera.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

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