Robert Barry Scott - creating a performance calendar data base related to the history of theatre in Ontario 1914-1967
Kathleen Fraser project "A Butterfly on the Wheel", a study
the image and reality of women on the Canadian stage 1880-1914
Paula Sperdakos: research on Dora Mavor Moore
Patricia Badir & Lise Ann Johnson: help in preparation of An Annotated Bibliography of Plays and Criticism Pertaining to Women in the Canadian Theatre Written Between 1950 and 1990
Erdmute Waldhauer: for publication costs of Drama at Queens a sesquicentennial history
Erika Patterson: for research on Canadian Fringe Festivals
Toby Ryan & Mayte Gomez for their editing project on the criticism of Oscar Ryan
Catherine Graham: research in Headlines Theatre Co. archives in light of interest in Boal popular theatre techniques
Ted Little: for work documenting the archival material for the Calling Lakes Community Play (1992) at Fort Qu'Appelle
Ann Jansen: for Australia trip to 3rd International Women Playwrights Conference & Australasian Drama Studies Assoc conference
Martin de Jonge: to produce a documentary video on the theatrical dimensions of recreating "living history"
Tony Van Bridge: for distribution costs of his autobiography Also in the Cast
Lisa Coulthard: to attend School of Criticism & Theory
Shemina Keshvani: for travel to India for comparative study of post- colonial theatre & film
Erin Hurley: for research in Quebec on the relationship between nationalism & theatrical production
Gilles-Philippe Pelletier: for a mémoire-création entitled Les trois corps
Shauna Dobbie: for project entitled "Unveiling the Lighting Design Process in Canadian Theatres"
Allanna Lindgren - research on the early choreographic works of the Canadian dancer, choreographer and visual artist Francoise Sullivan.
Shannon Hengen - the history of Debajehmujig Theatre for a monograph entitled: Tellers of Tales: the First Fifteen Years of Debajehmujig Theatre.
Susan Stackhouse - collecting dialect samples from PEI, NB, and NS as part of her work as Associate Editor (and sole Canadian representative) for the International Dialects of English Archive (IDEA).
Rebecca Burton - "to research and gather information on feminist/ women's theatre in BC," for an academic paper to be given either at the Staging the Pacific Province: Theatre in BC Conference, or at the 2002 ACTR Conference in Toronto.
Heather Fitzsimmons-Frey - attending the Wole Soyinka Conference at the Drama Centre in October of 2001, as part of her ongoing research into the performance of African, and especially Nigerian, plays in Canada. Heather also intends to consult the lack Theatre Archives at the University of Guelph, and to conduct several interviews with theatre practitioners in her field.
Myra Malley - research on the American connections of four
War II professional stock companies that operated in Toronto between
and 1936. Among other things, her findings will be featured in a
performance chronology that she is compiling to cover the period
of her research.
Krista Charbonneau - a research project involving Canadian puppet artist Ronnie Burkett and his unique form of puppet theatre: the focus of her project is “to develop new sources of primary research materials to study the development and function of Burkett’’s text-based puppetry.”
Birgit Schreyer - to fund her travel to Vancouver, so that she could assist director/ dramaturge Rachel Dito. Ms. Shreyer intends to turn her research results and experience into an article on current Vancouver-based theatre artists and forms.
David Ferry - for travel costs in his update and collation of James Reaney bibliography
Natalie Papoutsis -
duplication of CBC radio adaptations of Greek tragedies by celebrated
Jane Baldwin --to assist her in her study of the contribution of Jean Gascon to theatre in Canada.
Lisa L'Heureux -- for a study on theatre for young audiences in francophone Ontario during the 1980s
Mark Turner -- For his proposal to organize the audio-visual materials relating to the performing arts, that are sitting in the archives of the Centre for Newfoundland Studies