Tom Cone

TOM CONE was a Vancouver legend: playwright, librettist, lecturer and teacher, impresario, curator and promoter of cultural hybrids, and nurturer of the avant-garde, he was a major force behind Vancouver's experimental art, music and theatre scene. Tom Cone's many plays include True Mummy, Love at Last Sight, Herringbone; his adaptations of classic plays include Moliere's The Miser and Goldoni's The Servant of Two Masters; his librettos include The Architect for Vancouver Opera and The Gang for Vancouver New Music. He was the founder of projects extraordinaires: Songroom - a salon for new song collaborations, and CABINET, Interdisciplinary Collaborations - an experimental arts collective.

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