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Tomson Highway , 1951-
Awards and HonorsChalmers Award, 1986
Dora Mavor Moore Award, 1987-88
Online resources by or about Tomson Highway:Tomson Highway
Author: Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia
Description: Highway's entry in the online Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia. Includes photo.
Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskaking
Author: Playwrights' Workshop Montreal
Description: This site includes information about Highway's "Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskaking" (the second part of the trilogy started by "The Rez Sisters"), as well as a biography of Highway, an interview with Highway, a review of the play, and an excerpt from the play.
Portrait: Tomson Highway
Author: Fred Favel
Description: Portrait of Highway, from the November/December 1998 issue of "Tradition", an Indian and Northern Affairs Canada publication.
Scarborough Philharmonic: Ancestral Voices: Tomson Highway
Author: Scarborough Philharmonic
Description: Bio of Highway provided in conjunction with a Scarborough Philharmonic performance of composer Barbara Croall's "Caribou Song", which was based on the story by Highway.
The Story Teller: Tomson Highway
Author: Duncan McKeough
Description: A multi-part special feature on Highway from the CBC and InfoCulture Magazine.
Tomson Highway in TV spotlight
Author: John Coulbourn
Description: Review of a "Life & Times" episode about Highway from CANOE's Jam! TV Reviews.
Books by Tomson Highway:Highway, Tomson. Dry lips oughta move to Kapuskasing : a play
Saskatoon : Fifth House, 1989.
Highway, Tomson. Kiss of the fur queen
Toronto : Doubleday Canada, 1998.
Highway, Tomson. The rez sisters : a play in two acts
Saskatoon : Fifth House, 1988.
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