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Dale Lakevold lives in Minnedosa, Manitoba. His work has been produced primarily in Manitoba including the North. He was a finalist for the John Hirsch Award in 1999. His play Misty Lake, written with Darrell Racine, was published by Adler & Ringe in 2001 and by Kingfisher in the anthology Voice of the Drum in 2000. His play Track Records won the Du Maurier National Playwriting Competition for One-Act Play in 1996. He has been a member of the Manitoba Association of Playwrights since 1993 and is a new member of the Playwrights' Union of Canada.
Misty Lake, Adler & Ringe, 2001, and in Voice of the Drum,
Du Maurier Playwriting Challenge. 2nd. Winnipeg, 2000.
Stretching Hide written with Darrell Racine
|Madame de Treymes |
An American man proposes marriage to a young American woman living in Paris. He must first mediate her divorce. Adapted from Edith Wharton's novella "Madame de Treymes."
One act; Drama; 1 m, 2 f
Produced in 2001 by Root Sky in Brandon and by Theatre Undercurrents in Saskatoon.
Misty Lake written with Darrell Racine.
Notes Toward a Speech Re: My Ex
Making L-Love's Body
Never Never Mind, Kurt Kurt Cobain
The portrayal of a Canadian Olympic sprinter's destructive relationship with his trainer. An expressionist play about fame, athletics, and the body. Winner of the 1996 Du Maurier National Playwriting Competition for One-Act Play.
One Act; Drama; 2 m
The Blue Egg It is the evening of Canada's first national general
strike, and four young political ideologues are meeting in a studio
that overlooks the strike scene. The strike intensifies into violence
as the four characters debate the merits of revolution and ultimately
expose their own private lives. Meanwhile, the Blue Egg - a New
Age sensory deprivation tank - bubbles in the background.
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