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The NDWT Theatre Company was founded by director Keith Turnbull (b.1944-) and playwright James Reaney (1926-2008)and based out of the Bathurst Street Theatre in Toronto. The theatre company acronym is occasionally attributed as the "Ne'er-Do-Well Thespians". The company operated between January 1975 to January 1982, and is perhaps best known for mounting and touring James Reaney plays across Canada, including "The Donnellys" trilogy in 1975 and four more Reaney plays from 1976 to 1981 as well as works by other writers, including Gordon Pengilly. In 1979 it toured the revue, "Northern Delights" to northern Aboriginal communities in Ontario, Manitoba and the Northwest Territories.