Sharon Pollock

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BIOGRAPHIES

Mullaly, Edward. “The Return of the Native.” Canadian Theatre Review 63 (summer 1990): 20-24.

Discusses the problems with Theatre New Brunswick, including the loss of Pollock as artistic director.

Pollock, Sharon with Rita Much. “Theatre by Default: Sharon Pollock's Garry Theatre.” Canadian Theatre Review 82 (spring 1995): 19-22.

An interview in which Pollock discusses her trials and tribulations in running the Garry Theatre in Calgary.

CRITICISM

Loiselle, André. “Paradigms of 1980s Québécois and Canadian Drama: Normand Chaurette's Provincetown Playhouse, Juillet 1919, J'Avais 19 Ans and Sharon Pollock's Blood Relations.Québec Studies 14 (spring-summer 1992): 93-104.

Demonstrates the similarities between theater in Quebec and English Canada by comparing Chaurette's Provincetown Playhouse, Juillet 1919, J'Avais 19 Ans with Pollock's Blood Relations.

Rich, Frank. “Penal System.” New York Times (14 November 1980): 426-27.

Provides a negative assessment of Pollock's One Tiger to a Hill.

———. A review of Blood Relations. New York Times (16 February 1983): 27-28.

Presents an uncomplimentary review of Pollock's Blood Relations.

Additional coverage of Pollock's life and career is contained in the following sources published by the Gale Group: Contemporary Authors, Vol. 141; Contemporary Dramatists, Ed. 5; Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 50; Contemporary Women Dramatists; Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 60; DISCovering Authors: Canadian Edition; DISCovering Authors Modules: Dramatists and Most-Studied Authors; Drama for Students, Vol. 3; Feminist Writers; and Literature Resource Center.

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