University of Regina Playwriting Competition1971-1977
Originally offered by the Regina campus as the University of Saskatchewan Playwriting Competition, there was a name change in 1974 when the campus received university status. It was sponsored by the drama department and may have been biennial after the first few years. There was a cash prize.
University of Regina
|Year/Année||Author/Auteur||Winning work/Oeuvre primée|
|1971||J. Gounod Campbell||Summit Conference||1972||James Nichol||Feast of the Dead
||1972||Philip Chester||The Surprise Murder of Morbellion Carbenzin||1973||?||?||1974||?||?||1975||John Murrell||Memoir||1977||Ken Mitchell||The Shipbuilder|