A novella depicting the daily life and routines of a typical Canadian group home for people diagnosed with schizophrenia, after the suicide of one of the.
Lately a coterie at SCAMH (CAMH) consisting of retirees, hangers-on, Communication Department hacks and even a few academics (including it seems - alas!
This is my original adaptation of Workman& article. I did the research for this in the basement of the Gerstein Library in Toronto, realized its dramatic.
This was the version of the play (my finding and adaptation) that I showed to Lisa Brown of the Workman Theatre (later Workman.
This is the more complete version of the essay posted elsewhere in the archive.
A rhetorical study of the meanings of asylum at the Toronto Asylum, in writings by doctors and inmates.
A history of madness and asylum in Parkdale Toronto Canada.