Theaters -- Stage-setting and scenery
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Note by an unidentified author on costumes and settings for a contemporary play, between 1934 and 1937?
A short note written in graphite: "Sketch Club. Costumes and settings for a contemporary play." A different hand has appended the words "mine" (pointing to "costumes") and "Bawden's" (pointing to "settings"). In a third hand, the foot is annotated with the words "Bawden + Ravilious" -- i.e., Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious.
The papers contian correspondence, manuscripts, articles, and miscellaneous papers, documenting the life and career of Adolphe Appia. The papers were collected by Donald Oenslager, professor at the Yale School of Drama.
This collection consists of set and costume designs by Stephen O. Saxe, photographs of theatrical set designs and performances, photographs of the Saxe family, and other papers including printed materials, and writings. Also includes a set design by Robert Edmond Jones.
The papers contain correspondence, diaries, writings, materials related to the production of Four Saints in Three Acts and the paintings of Florine Stettheimer, and miscellaneous papers.
The James Tiroff notebooks and art works document Tiroff’s experiences touring Europe as an actor and designer with the avant-garde theatre company the Living Theatre between 1964 and 1966.
Monck agree to provide a prize, and proposes one for a set design for Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors or a set design for The Merchant of Venice.
Monck accepts Denney's invitation to sponsor another prize: "Last year I withheld my prize because none of the students had bothered to enter for the exact Shakespeare plays that I set. The object being that they should do as they are asked to do - as in life - not what they choose, which is seldom what is required of one. I will try once again. A set of designs for 'The Tempest' [...]."