Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
An F.R. Benson production. Includes a cast listing, a list of scenes and music, and an advertisement for other plays.
Includes cast listing; a synopsis of scenery designed by W. Telbin, J. Harker, and Hawes Craven; and a list of other productions in July.
Includes advertisements for upcoming productions, including The Lyon's Mail, The Merchant of Venice, Olivia, Much Ado About Nothing, Becket, King Henry VIII, Nance Oldfield and The Bells.
Photographic prints and clippings relating to English and American Drama as collected by Jack Randall Crawford, the staff of the Drama Library, and others.
The collection consists of playbills and programs, photographs in a variety of formats, engravings, posters, clippings, and other printed material which document the performing arts in the United States and throughout the world from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries. Material relating to dramatic performance forms the nucleus of the collection, but dance, opera, motion picture, circus, radio, and television performances are also represented.
Includes cast listing, as well as advertisements for The Bells, The King and the Miller, and Richard III.
The collection contains drafts and print editions of scripts, scores, and other writings by American playwrights Edward Albee and Tennessee Williams, and musical theater writer and composer Stephen Sondheim. Also included is correspondence, contracts, and other materials related to the publication of Sondheim’s and Williams’s works; photographs; printed materials, such as playbills, souvenir programs, periodicals, and clippings; and notes and inventories related to the collection.
Includes a cast listing and a synopsis of the scenery.
Includes a synopsis of the first two acts of the play.
Includes 10 acts of various types (vaudeville, ballet, short plays, etc.) culminating in Arthur Bourchier and Garrick Theatre Company's presentation of the third act of Charles Klein's Find the Woman.
The John Guare Papers document the work and life of the playwright and educator John Guare. The papers consist of production files, correspondence, writings, writings of others, subject files, personal effects, personal papers, photographs, printed material, and computer and audiovisual media. The bulk of the material spans the years 1962–2010.
Program for Part I, produced by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, who also played Sir John Falstaff. Directed by Tree and Louis Calvert. Includes advertisements.
This collection comprises costume and set design drawings by Edgar Hockley depicting late-Victorian London stage productions. Also present are theatre programs and clippings from the same period.
The records consist primarily of the production files maintained by Leland Starnes as director of the Yale Dramatic Association (Yale Dramat). Included are prompt scripts, notes, photographs, cast lists, rehearsal schedules, sheet music, budgets, ground plans, stage designs (sketches), programs, posters, sound recordings, and newsclippings. Also included are a complete set of meeting minutes of the Yale Dramatic Association from 1960 to 1968 and a small amount of correspondence.
The Elizabeth Hacker Valentine Louden Papers consist of diaries, photographs, a scrapbook, correspondence, clippings, playbills, a portrait painting of Louden, and other printed material, regarding the personal and professional life of American actress Elizabeth Hacker Valentine Louden.
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.
Included in the program are performances by American vaudeville star Walter C. Kelly. The program also mentions Florence Yaymen, a "Coon Caricaturist." Advertisements also included.