The logo design for Straight Stitching Productions and the poster designs for Straight Stitching, Carrying the Calf, and What If …? were done by visual artist Rudolf Stussi. Rudy was the first designer for the Wakefield Tricycle Company but soon concentrated his considerable talents on painting. He divides his time between Canada and Switzerland and recently had major exhibitions in Berlin and Zurich as well as painting a number of murals in Canada. He designed Nelvana’s film of Heidi.

A full colour book Rudolf Stussi: Painter documenting his career is published by Benteli Publishers in Berne and can be purchased at the Art Gallery of Ontario and David Mirvish Books.
His artwork can be seen at canartscene.

Nightwood Theatre is a company who’s mandate is to promote theatre by and about women. The annual not-to be-missed Femcab – the 5 minute feminist cabaret is produced in March as part of the International Women’s Day celebrations and Groundswell , a series of projects in development – are showcased in June. The company also produces 1 -2 productions each year.

You can find out about other women playwrights, their productions and publications at the International Centre for Women Playwrights

Doollee is a web site that aims to list all plays produced in English post Look Back in Anger.

Playwrights Guild of Canada is a national association mandated to advance the creative rights and interests of professional Canadian playwrights, promote Canadian plays nationally and internationally, and foster an active, evolving community of writers for the stage.

Writers Guild of Canada represents the interests of freelance writers working in film, television, radio and new media production in Canada

Playwrights on the Web is an international database of playwrights.

Visit Moonstruck Drama Bookstore for information about plays, playwrights and theatre links.

Other suggested sites to visit:
Penn Kemp, sound poet and dramatist A comprehensive arts directory