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The collection consists of programs, scripts, and memorabilia relating to folk, theatrical, and historical pageants collected by George Pierce Baker in the early part of the twentieth century. The collection includes a copy of the pageant George Pierce Baker authored for the American Society of Engineers.
The records consist of invoices, financial statements, contracts, publicity materials, tax forms, and subscription files documenting the business office of the Yale School of Drama.
The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, articles, speeches, book reviews, and material on the Yale School of Drama, including Cole's course notes, production notes, reports, financial papers and slides of productions. The subject files are of particular interest for the material from the early days of television, ca. 1948. Cole's work as a theater consultant is shown in the blue prints and other material prepared for theaters in Dresden, Malmo, Philadelphia and Stanford.
The records consist of correspondence, financial summaries, donor lists, reports, agreements, job announcements, faculty biographies, grants and scholarships, and committee notes documenting the activities and operations of the Development Office of the Yale School of Drama. Included are records concerning a Yale salute to Cole Porter at Carnegie Hall, ca. 1984.
This collection contains scripts and other materials produced as part of the Drama 50 course at the Yale School of Drama.
The Dwight / Edgewood Project is a non-profit organization that brings children together with Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre artists to create theater. This collection documents the activities of the project from 1995-2008 through photographs, scripts, programs, and administrative papers.
Earle Gister, associate dean of academic affairs and chair of the Department of Acting, Yale School of Drama, records
The records consist of subject files, correspondence, commencement files, and acting scene presentations documenting the activities and initiatives of Earle Gister as associate dean of academic affairs and chair of the Department of Acting in the Yale School of Drama.
Collection of scrapbooks documenting the activities of the Yale School of Drama, Yale Repertory Theatre, and Yale Cabaret, 1966-2008.
The records consist of marketing and publicity files, including press releases, clippings, photographs, posters, programs and newsletters documenting productions of the Yale School of Drama and the Yale Repertory Theatre.
The papers consist of correspondence, topical files, lecture notes, production files and prompt books, typescripts and manuscripts, photographs, costume and set drawings, and printed material documenting Frank McMullan's career in educational and professional theatre.
The collection consists of typescript copies of scripts for television programs produced by the Columbia Broadcasting System and United States Steel Hour from 1957 to 1960. Included are scripts written by Rod Serling, Tad Mosel, Leonard Spigelgass, Aaron Spelling, and George Bellak, among others. The scripts seem to have been compiled for a class on television writing which was taught by David Davidson in the Yale School of Drama beginning in the mid-1960s.
The materials consist of photographs, press material, posters, meeting minutes, programs and other materials documenting the management, activities, and productions of the Yale Cabaret.
The records consist of the budget, tickets, an invitation, a program, a script, and a commemorative publication documenting the Yale Stage Blue production.
This collection contains ephemera pertaining to Yale Repertory Theatre, Yale School of Drama, and other undergraduate theater organizations at Yale University.