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View 902 View 902 Arts, Culture & Community in Canada's Ocean Playground View 902 Contact Film History Television Reviews Theatre Literature Books Reviews Music Reviews Videos Art Reviews Folklore Ghost Stories Strange Days Photography Modelling Community Sports Expats Food Vox Populi Walkabouts Politics News Editorial Featured Community Featured Film West In East: Sam Shepard In Nova Scotia July 22, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 1 From the late 1960s to 1984, the playwright and actor Sam Shepard lived in Nova Scotia, in a place called Hilltop Farms between Advocate and Parrsboro. It’s not a widely known fact. A few “connect-the-dots” references float around the internet; there’s a couple of pictures of Shepard with a rifle, hunting; there’s a thin thread of mentions by other writers. And some years ago in the musical biography book Girls Like Us, the author figured out that Shepard was the “Coyote” of Joni Mitchell’s 1976 song, pursuing her even though he was, in Mitchell’s words, “Too far from the Bay of Fundy.” Poet / musician Patti Smith stated in her National Book-Award-Winning memoir Just Kids that she and Shepard performed their play Cowboy Mouth in New York City in 1971. She goes on to say that Shepard then left the production abruptly to go to Nova Scotia. Of course, Sam Shepard didn’t spend all of those fifteen years or so in the Bluenose province. According to a recent feature documentary, Shepard and Dark, the playwright and actor kept a busy schedule writing and filming while mostly living in San Francisco and New York City. In 1984 he left his wife and son to live with the actress Jessica Lange, which may have precipitated his departure from Nova Scotia. He sold Hilltop Farm to the Canadian actor Megan Follows, best known for her starring roles in the 1980s versions of Anne of Green Gables. Sam Shepard was hardly an anomaly in landing in Nova Scotia. A raft of world class American artists started showing up in the province in the late 1960s. The East Coast of Canada beckoned to the likes of composer Philip Glass, filmmaker / photographer Robert Frank, screenwriter / novelist Rudy Wurlitzer, and artist / sculptor Richard Serra. Many of these artists interacted with Nova Scotia’s culture. Glass, for example, was the featured composer and performer for the Scotia Festival of Music, and he also lectured on writing music for motion pictures for the Dalhousie Art Gallery, where I had the pleasure of meeting and introducing him to the audience. Frank taught at NSCAD in 1972 and presented his work at Dalhousie in 1997. Frank hosted an exhibition of his work at the Art College as recently as 2014. Serra accepted an honourary doctorate from the Art College and delivered a fascinating commencement speech which revealed some of his work habits. Wurlitzer has given extensive interviews about his affection for Nova Scotia, detailing some of his connections to Cape Breton’s Buddhist community. He even named one of his characters in his novels ‘Halifax’. Sam Shepard, on the other hand, seems to have come to the province to get away from everywhere and everything else. Featured Music News Barbara Hannigan Awarded the Order of Canada July 11, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 2 Community Featured Blue Mountain / Birch Cove Lakes Supporters Fight Back June 30, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 0 Community Featured Film Politics Karma hits Stephen McNeil as Halifax filmmakers get involved in politics June 29, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 14 Community Featured History The Ghosts of Icon Bay June 28, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 0 Community Featured News Blue Mountain / Birch Cove Lakes Presentation “Public Meeting” a Complete Train Wreck June 20, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 8 Community Featured Film News Wormwood’s Memories… and lessons for the arts in Halifax in 2016 June 19, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 0 Community Editorial Featured Politics An Open Letter to the NDP members in Halifax Needham June 17, 2016 Paul Andrew Kimball 2 Community Editorial Featured News The Motherhouse Lands Legacy: Endangering the Blue Mountain – Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area June 14, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 1 Featured Folklore Ghost Stories My British Ghost Hunting Adventure June 7, 2016 Paul Andrew Kimball 0 Community Editorial Featured Politics Developing the Motherhouse Lands June 3, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 1 Community Editorial Featured Politics The Election Campaign Nova Scotians Deserve May 25, 2016 Paul Andrew Kimball 0 Featured Film News Politics Marc Almon – The Happy Warrior of #NSFilmJobs May 19, 2016 Paul Andrew Kimball 1 Featured News Photography The Annie Leibovitz photos and the Art Gallery Of Nova Scotia May 17, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 1 Featured Radio Happy Birthday to CHNS May 16, 2016 Ron Foley Macdonald 0 Most Recent West In East: Sam Shepard In Nova Scotia Barbara Hannigan Awarded the Order of Canada Blue Mountain / Birch Cove Lakes Supporters Fight Back Karma hits Stephen McNeil as Halifax filmmakers get involved in politics The Ghosts of Icon Bay Howard Epstein’s “Rise Again: Nova Scotia’s NDP on the Rocks” – A Review View 902 Publishers Ron Foley Macdonald & Paul Andrew Kimball Editor Paul Andrew Kimball Comments are welcome but moderated. Anything with profanity, ad hominems, etc. will not be published. Join Our Subscriber List Email * Share Follow 251 Follow Archives Archives Select Month July 2016 (2) June 2016 (10) May 2016 (4) April 2016 (12) March 2016 (10) February 2016 (28) January 2016 (10) Coming in 2016 Recommended The latest from critically-acclaimed singer - songwriter Rob Currie. "On Take Me Back Currie finds an easygoing space between Celtic, contemporary folk and country for his heartfelt songs to live... with an acute honesty that underlines every image and romantic plea." - Stephen Cooke, The Chronicle Herald Recommended The definitive study of Canada's most famous UFO incident, by Chris Styles and Graham Simms. Recommended The latest book in the supernatural mystery "Crows" series from Nova Scotia author Vernon Oickle. Recommended Former NDP cabinet minister Graham Steele's insightful memoir of his political career and time in government. Copyright ? 2016 View 902. All rights reserved. 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