Dubé lived in France from 1953-55. NFB scenarist, journalist, producer and author for both stage and TV, Dubé has received many grants and has won the St-Jean-Baptiste Society's Prix Morin (1966), Québec's Prix David (1973) for his work as a whole, the Molson Prize for contributions to the arts in Canada (1984) and the medal of the Académie canadienne-française (1987). In 2005, Dubé was given the GOVERNOR GENERAL'S PERFORMING ARTS AWARD for lifetime artistic achievement.
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Links to Other Sites
A profile of the award-winning Canadian playwright Marcel Dubé from the “The Encyclopedia of Canadian Theatre.” Also provides a synopsis of his major dramatic works.
A brief biography of celebrated playwright Marcel Dubé. From the website for the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards.
Centre des auteurs dramatiques
CEAD is a centre for the development and promotion of new Québec and French-Canadian plays. Check out their member profiles and catalogue of works that have been translated into English.