référence : http://listes.cru.fr/arc/mascarene/1994-12/msg00024.html

colloque international, theatre medieval, aout 1995 BOURASSA ANDRE G

Une annonce d'A. Young sur le reseau REED-L. Comme la societe a un nom
francais, on peut probablement obtenir une version francaise de cette

Huitieme colloque international


Victoria College, U. of Toronto

August 2-9 1995

The week-long colloquium features over 75 panel and plenary
presentations by scholars from Europe, North America, Australia,
South Africa and the Caribbean on the topics "The Actor in Early
Theatre", "Towards a Definition of the Morality Genre", "Carnival",
"Survivals of Early Theatre in North America" and "Sponsorhip and
Control: the Sociological Context of Early Theatre". There will be
a special session devoted to the Caribana Festival -- the
"carnival" of Toronto's West Indian community  that will be taking
place while the colloquium is in session. Workshops on acting early
theatre, building costumes and mask-making will be held. Live
performances of early theatre will take place each day by troupes
from Europe, North America and South Africa including a new
Quebecois version of Maitre Pathelin (Maitre Petelin) and the
Nativity sequence from the York Cycle performed on wagons. Three
excursions --- to the site of a seventeenth century French mission,
Ste Marie among the Hurons; to the Old Order Mennonite Country and
the Stratford Festival; and to Niagara Falls --- are optional in
the program.

For registration information contact The Organizing Committee, 8th
International Colloquium, SITM, c/o Records of Early English Drama,
150 Charles Street West, Toronto M5S 1K9; Phone (416) 585 4504; FAX
(416) 585-4594; e-mail sitmt@epas.utoronto.ca. A late registration
fee will be charged after February 15.