Its goal was to present politically and socially relevant theatre, a goal which seemed to become less and less important as the years passed. Under André's artistic directorship (to 1985) it presented the works of Anouilh, Guare, Durrenmatt, Orton, Williams, Miller and Rabe.
Its subscription rates were solid, with a high of over 8,000 reached for its tenth anniversary season.
When the company folded in 1993, it had accumulated a debt of $500,000.
The company's archives are at the LW Conolly Theatre Archives of the University of Guelph, Ontario.
Profile by Gaetan Charlebois
Last updated 2011-02-04