Stratford, Ontario

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radio in his hometown of Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), and moved to CJOY (CJOY (AM)) in Guelph in 1953. style white-space:nowrap A pizza baker joins the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Musical Ride; a high school student plays Shakespeare opposite Len Cariou at Stratford, Ontario; an Ottawa civil servant demolishes a 14-storey apartment building; a 9-year-old boy imitates his idol, Elvis Presley. - *William Lyon Mackenzie elected


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Broadway debut (Broadway theatre) in ''The House of Atreus''. Two years later he landed his first starring role in ''Applause (Applause (musical))'', a musical adaptation of the film ''All About Eve''. It earned him a Tony Award nomination as Best Actor in a Musical and won him the Theatre World Award. In 1973 he garnered his second Tony nod for ''A Little Night Music''; he repeated the role for the 1977 film version. Six years later he won both the Tony and a Drama Desk Award


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and workshops.


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''Reineke Fuchs''. From 1989 to 1992, he became Chief Executive of the Deutsches Schauspielhaus. *Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) - CHEX (CKRU) *Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) - CJCS *Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) - CHNO (CHNO-FM) Born in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Ontario, Stratton began his professional arts career began while he was still in high school, when James Reaney published his play ''The Rusting Heart'' in the literary magazine ''Alphabet


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, multiple gold selling, Grammy nominated producer, mixer and musician. Several international operatic singers reside in Stratford such as Baritone, James Westman, and Tenor, Roger Honeywell. Climate Stratford has a humid continental climate type (Köppen (Köppen-Geiger climate classification system): Dfb).


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, Ontario in ''Henry V (Henry V (play))'', which was made into a television production in 1966. Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia Local observers have noted with humour that unlike communities with a similar name such as Stratford, Ontario or Stratford, Australia (Stratford, Victoria) which are named after Stratford-upon-Avon and are situated upon rivers that derive


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be heard in romantic duets on some of Ben Bagley's anthology albums of Broadway songs under his Painted Smiles record label. In 1982, she hosted the final season of ''CBS Radio Mystery Theater''. In 1983 Grimes was dismissed from her co-starring role in the Neil Simon play ''Actors and Actresses'', reportedly due to an inability to learn her lines. "Tammy Grimes Dismissed From Play", The New York Times, 12 February 1983 North Wellesley, Ontario


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his family emigrated to the United States. Dr. Norman Bethune made Stratford his temporary home in the early part of 1917. He worked as a physician at the home office on Albert Street that was occupied by Dr. Lorne Robertson in the 1930s (now demolished). The two cast iron dogs from


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cleric and writer, and so on. In this final novel, archetypes tie together the three levels of Arthurian, Romantic, and modern characters. Before entering public life, Wilkinson was a financial planner in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario). He is a certified financial planner and a founder of ''Wilkinson & Keller Financial Planning Ltd'', John Wilkinson Biography he


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; ref Theatre-goers, actors, and playwrights flock to Stratford to take part — many of the greatest Canadian, British, and American (United States) actors play roles at the Stratford festival. It was one of the first and is still one of the most prominent arts festivals (festival) in Canada and is recognized worldwide for its productions of Shakespearean plays. Following her schooling at Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute she attended the teachers

Stratford, Ontario

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'''Stratford''' is a city on the Avon River (Avon River (Ontario)) in Perth County (Perth County, Ontario) in southwestern (Southwestern Ontario) Ontario, Canada, with a population of 30,886 as of 2011 (Canada 2011 Census).

When the area was first settled by Europeans in 1832, the townsite and the river were named after Stratford-upon-Avon, England. It is the seat (County seat) of Perth County (Perth County, Ontario). Stratford was incorporated as a town in 1859 and as a city in 1886. The first mayor was John Corry Wilson Daly and the current mayor is Dan Mathieson. The swan has become a symbol of the city. Each year twenty-four white swans and two black swans are released into the Avon River. The town is well known for being the home of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

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