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Thomson Highway Biography (1951-)
Some sources spell the given name "Tomson;" born in 1951, in Brochet Reserve,Manitoba, Canada; parents involved in fishing and trapping trades. Ethnicity: Native Peoples. Addresses: Office--c/o Native Earth Performing Arts,720 Bathurst St., Suite 302, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 2R4.
- Birth Details
- Brochet Reserve, Manitoba, Canada
- The Sage, the Dancer, and the Fool, Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1989.
- The Red Brothers, Theatre Passe Muraille, Toronto, 1989, published as DryLips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing, Fifth House (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada), 1989.
- The Rez Sisters: A Play in Two Acts, American Indian Community House, then New York Theatre Workshop, New York City, both 1993, published by Fifth House, 1988.
- Dramatic work represented in anthologies, including All My Relations: AnAnthology of Contemporary Canadian Native Fiction, edited by Thomas King, University of Oklahoma Press (Norman, OK), 1992.
- King, Thomas, editor, All My Relations: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Native Fiction, University of Oklahoma Press (Norman), 1992.
- Malinowski, Sharon, editor, Notable Native Americans, Gale (Detroit), 1995.
- Petrone, Penny, editor, Native Literature in Canada: From the Oral Tradition to the Present, Oxford University Press (Toronto), 1991.
- New York Times, January 9, 1994, p. 5, 28.
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