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Call for Papers
Deadline May 1, 2014
Symposium Costs & Registration
Booking Extra Plays
Membership in the
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Scholars and devotees of Shaw will gather to hear
and talks from actors/directors/designers,
participate in discussions,
and see Shaw’s The Philanderer and Arms and the Man.
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The symposium will convene for all registrants with a reception from
5:00 to 6:00 on Friday afternoon, July 25, at the Shaw Festival Theater for
a short welcome and social gathering (wine & cheese), allowing time for
participants to have dinner on their own after and then, if they choose,
attend a play that night (note that plays other than the two Shaw plays are
not covered by the symposium registration, so you have to purchase tickets
for them separately. See
below). Prior to the reception, from
4:00 to 5:00, there will be a business meeting of the International Shaw
Society in the Festival’s library, which all members are encouraged to
attend. Saturday, July 26, will be
occupied with speakers and discussions in the morning, followed by seeing Shaw’s Arms and the Man at 2:00 pm in the Royal George Theatre. On Sunday, July 27, there will be morning
sessions of speakers and discussions, with a picnic lunch on the Festival
patio around noon, followed by seeing Shaw’s The
Philanderer at 2:00 pm in the Festival Theatre. There will be at least one session (day
and time TBA) on staging Shaw with actors/directors/designers from the Shaw
Festival, with questions from members of the International Shaw Society. Extra plays could be booked on Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday evenings (see below for instructions on when and how
to do that). To see the Playbill
for the entire 2014 season, go to http://www.shawfest.com/playbill/. For the Symposium schedule on the Shaw
Festival website, visit
SYMPOSIUM COSTS AND
TO REGISTER for the Shaw Symposium, either as a presenter or not, please contact
the Shaw Festival Box Office at 1-800-511-7429 and ask for “Group
Sales.” Shaw Festival Members can register from November 9 on (see below for qualifications of that), but If you are not a member
of the Shaw Festival, the earliest you can order tickets online is January
8 at www.shawfest.com or by phone
beginning January 11 (1.800.511.7429).
$260 Canadian per participant and $150 for students. This registration price includes the wine
& cheese reception on Friday, sessions both Saturday and Sunday, a
picnic lunch on Sunday, and a Gold Tier seat for Arms and the Man on Saturday afternoon and for The Philanderer on Sunday
afternoon. Seating charts are
available at http://www.shawfest.com/Home/Buy-Tickets/Seating-Charts. If you run into any difficulties
registering or have questions, call Suzanne Merriam at 1-800-657-1106, ext.
2265, or email her at email@example.com.
BOOKING EXTRA PLAYS:
The only plays included in the registration price are the two Shaw
plays, on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, one ticket for each per
registration. Additional tickets for
Shaw performances (and other plays) can be purchased by phoning the Box
Office at 1-800-511-7429 and asking for “Group Sales” or by ordering online
at http://www.shawfest.com. You can order extra tickets for the Shaw
plays or tickets for other plays when you are registering for the Shaw
Symposium, providing that you wait until January 8, 2014, to register and
order online (January 11 if by phone) if you’re not a member of the Shaw
Festival. Members of the Festival
may order extra tickets earlier according to the following membership level:
Members’ Special Priority
Booking Period: November 9, 2013 to December 15,2014
(according to level of
Nov. 9: Governors Council and
Contributing, and Business Members
Nov. 14: Supporting Members
Nov. 16: Annual Members
General Public: January 8, 2014
TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATIONS:
responsible for arranging their own travel and accommodation. See the
Shaw Festival website for links under “Plan Your Visit” that will assist: www.shawfest.com.
There are lots of B&Bs and hotels to choose from. The local Chamber of Commerce can help: http://www.niagaraonthelake.com/page/Accommodations
. Passports are needed on visits to
If you’re looking for
more affordable accommodation, special rates are available at the Residence
and Conference Centre on the Niagara College campus in Niagara-on-the-Lake,
located at the junction of the QEW and the western off-ramp to
Niagara-on-the-Lake (a 15-minute-drive to the downtown), 137 Taylor Road,
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, LOS 1JO. For
Niagara College itself, see http://www.niagaracollege.ca/content/CampusGuide/NiagaraontheLakeCampus.aspx
and, for a virtual tour of the residences, go to http://www.stayrcc.com/profile/index/30/69/.
For details about the rooms, see http://www.stayrcc.com/profile/index/30/137/
or http://www.shawsociety.org/Niagara-ISS-Shaw-Festival-Flyer.pdf. Prices are Group rate: $84.95/per night
plus taxes for each 2-bedroom suite.
Weekly rates: start at $69.95/per night plus taxes. These rates are for 2 guests sharing a
suite together. For reservations:
(877) 225-8654. Or call Mike Parente, Sales Manager, Tel:
905-641-4435 x2009 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEMBERSHIP IN THE INTERNATIONAL SHAW SOCIETY:
You need not be a member of the International Shaw Society to attend
or participate in the Shaw Symposium (typically, about half are not
members, in fact), but information about membership is available at www.shawsociety.org (or go directly
to http://www.shawsociety.org/2014-Membership-Form-&-Benefits.htm). A meeting of the ISS will be held at the
Symposium, and non-members are welcome to attend as prospective
SUBMIT PROPOSALS: Proposals for papers
and panel discussion topics (focused as much as possible on Arms and the Man and The Philanderer, or on comparisons
between them and other plays or between Shaw and other playwrights in the
Festival repertory) should be sent to Professor Dorothy Hadfield as an
attachment to an email (addressed to email@example.com ). Include a 300-500 word abstract. Those applying for scholarships/grants
should submit additional information (see below). Deadline for proposals and travel grant applications
and Bryden Scholarships (see below) is May 1, 2014.
For possible updates of the Symposium program and other details,
visit the ISS website at www.shawsociety.org
and look for the Symposium link under “Calls for Papers.”
BRYDEN SCHOLARSHIPS & ISS TRAVEL GRANTS,
OFFERED IN TANDEM IN CONJUNCTION
THE ANNUAL SUMMER SHAW SYMPOSIUM
AT THE SHAW FESTIVAL
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Shaw Festival and the International Shaw Society are offering two
scholarships/grants to young scholars to attend the Eleventh Annual Shaw
Symposium at Niagara-on the-Lake, Ontario, from July 25 through July 27,
2014. These scholarships/grants, to
begin with, will pay the registration fee of $260 (or $150 for students),
which includes a ticket to each of the two Shaw plays. In addition, the Shaw Festival's Ronald
Bryden Scholarships that accompany the ISS Travel Grants will provide free
accommodation during the three days of the Symposium. The Bryden Scholarships commemorate the
late Ronald Bryden (1927-2004), long-time Literary Adviser to The Shaw and
a founding member of the ISS. The
ISS Travel Grants may also help with transportation expenses (see
application form below). As Bryden
Scholarships are limited in number, it is possible that you might get an
ISS Travel Grant alone.
any “emerging scholar” may apply, whether student or faculty or independent
scholar, but new applicants will be given some preference over those who
have had a scholarship/grant before.
Students should be registered at a recognized degree-granting
institution. Preference will be
given to applicants who are also submitting a proposal for a paper to be
given at the 2014 Summer Shaw Symposium.
APPLICATION for Bryden
Scholarship and/or ISS Travel Grant
for the scholarship/grant should send, all in one document and in this
order, a covering letter, an application form, an abstract for a
proposed paper, and a current c.v. (see below) to the selection committee
by attachment to an email to Professor Dorothy Hadfield (addressed to
firstname.lastname@example.org ). Proposals for papers should go to the same
addresses. See below for application form.
for submitting a 300-500 word abstract for a paper is May 1, 2014.
for grant/scholarship applications is also May 1, 2014.
will be notified no later than May 15, 2014 regarding the acceptance of
their paper proposal and grant/scholarship application.
ISS MEMBERSHIP: You need not be a member of the
ISS to apply for this grant/scholarship.
Non-members who receive a scholarship/grant will be given a free
membership to the ISS for 2014.
APPLICATION FORM FOR
ISS TRAVEL GRANTS & BRYDEN SCHOLARSHIPS
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