Nola Millar: A Theatrical Life

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Victoria University Press, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 408 pages
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One of the most important and influential figures in the history of New Zealand theater, Nola Millar was an indefatigable director and teacher and the founder of Toi Whakaari, New Zealand's premier drama school. This biography explores the full story of her career, her important work as reference librarian at the Turnbull library, and the social contexts in which she worked, providing great insight into the history of theatre in New Zealand.
 

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Contents

Illustrations
8
Bereft
31
Tyger Tyger
47
the isle is full of noises
61
World at war
83
Unity
96
Our Town
110
High seas
133
Shakespeare on a shoestring
192
Whither Unity?
209
Reflections new directions
223
King Lear
239
Its only the world
253
Dolla Billa
270
Drama school
290
Triumph
313

The Wild Duck
151
Sink or swim
170

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About the author (2006)

Sarah Gaitanos is the author of Hair, The Monarch Butterfly, and The River.

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