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- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 26
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- Yale University 12
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- Yale University. Department of Drama 3
- Baker, George Pierce, 1866-1935 2
- Bibliographical Society (Great Britain) 2
- Brustein, Robert Sanford, 1927- 2
- Chambers, E. K. (Edmund Kerchever), 1866-1954 2
- Davin, Dan, 1913-1990 2
- Ferguson, F. S. (Frederic Sutherland), 1878-1967 2
- Greg, W. W. (Walter Wilson), 1875-1959 2
- McManaway, James Gilmer, 1899-1980 2
- Richards, Lloyd, 1919-2006 2
- Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 (Bibliography) 2
- Wilson, F. P. (Frank Percy), 1889-1963 2
- Yale Repertory Theatre 2
- 52nd Street Project 1
- Acton, Harold, 1904-1994 1
- Adams, Joseph Quincy, 1881-1946 1
- Albee, Edward, 1928-2016 1
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Writings and correspondence by or relating to the I︠U︡shkevich brothers and their family. Includes family photographs, and corrected typescripts of stories, plays and screenplays in Russian and in translation.
The Leon Katz Papers contains research files, writings, personal papers, professional papers, correspondence, subject files, photographs, printed materials, computer media, and audiovisual materials by or relating to Leon Katz.
The papers consist of material created and accumulated by James Lapine in the course of his creative and professional activities as a playwright and director. Material includes scripts, production notes and files, correspondence, writings, printed material, audiovisual material, and photographs documenting Lapine's work on individual plays and productions, and the process of bringing a play or musical to the stage.
This collection consists of scripts written for the stage, screen, and television. It includes scripts from the “American Playhouse” PBS television series and the Federal Theatre Project.
The papers include writings, teaching files, and other materials documenting Ruhl’s career as a playwright and essayist and teacher of poetry, playwriting, and modern drama.
The collection include scripts used by Redd Foxx on the television show Sanford and Son from all six seasons of the show. Some of the scripts include Redd Foxx’s annotations. Also included are sheet music, some of which were used for Sanford and Son and other Redd Foxx performances. The dates listed for the scripts are the dates in which the scripts were created.
The collection contains letters by, to and concerning Sheridan, including letters by Sheridan to Robert Barclay, the Duke of Bedford, and Samuel Whitehead; and writings by Sheridan, including four manuscript copies of the School for Scandal, one with annotations and corrections in Sheridan's hand; a holograph draft of a comic opera, The Foresters; and notes for Affectation, a projected comedy.
The collection contains correspondence, writings, photographs, printed material, personal papers, and other papers by or relating to George Sklar and Miriam Blecher.
Contains drafts of various plays and poems, and a printed version of Debarcaderes, which has been annotated by Supervielle; and letters and drafts of letters from Supervielle, including one to Felisberto Hernández.
The collection contains material created by Norman Walsh Taylor related to his time at Yale Drama School, Union Theological Seminary, and other playwriting endeavors. It includes theatrical production photographs, scripts, class notes, and some biographical memorabilia.
The Maurine Watkins Papers, which span from 1890 to 2012, contain writings, including scripts and short stories, printed material, correspondence, photographs and other papers by or relating to Maurine Watkins. Watkins was a journalist and playwright whose most well-known work was the play "Chicago," which Bob Fosse adapted into an award-winning musical.
The Frank Percy Wilson Papers contain correspondence, research files, and notes for articles and projected longer works, including an edition of Tabacco; the British Academy biography of E. K. Chambers; and works on Elizabethan vocabulary and proverbs.
The records consist of the budget, tickets, an invitation, a program, a script, and a commemorative publication documenting the Yale Stage Blue production.
The collection consists of dissertations written in partial completion of the requirements for the Yale School of Drama Doctor of Fine Arts degree.