Bolt, Carol (1941–2000)

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Bolt, Carol (1941–2000)

Canadian playwright. Born Carol Johnson, Aug 25, 1941, in Winnipeg, Canada; grew up in Vancouver; died Nov 28, 2000, in Toronto, Ontario; University of British Columbia, BA, 1961; m. David Bolt; children: 1.

Created plays in Toronto for Theatre Passe Muraille and Toronto Workshop Productions; was a founding member of Playwrights Co-op; also wrote for film, radio and tv; works include Buffalo Jump (1972), Gabe (1973), Red Emma: Queen of the Anarchists (1973), Shelter (1975), One Night Stand (1977) and Escape Entertainment (1981); children's plays include My Best Friend is Twelve Feet High (1972), Cyclone Jack (1972), Tangleflags (1973), Maurice (1974) and Finding Bumble (1975).