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The Administrative Office files document the earliest activities of Joseph Papp, including the formation of the New York Shakespeare Festival. The records also document Papp's fight with Robert Moses over free Shakespeare in the Park, the acquisition and restoration of the Astor Library to become the Public Theater, the fiscal crisis of the 1970's and the NYSF at Lincoln Center. The records also reveal Papp's ideas for productions and seasonal planning, special programs such as the Mobile Theater and the School Tour, his plans for the future of the Festival, as well as his reactions to various causes affecting the theater and social causes in general, such as the NEA controversy.

From the description of Administrative office files. 1954-1993. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122598342

Joseph Papp founded the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1954 in New York City.

It was initially chartered as the Shakespeare Workshop, an actors' workshop presenting Shakespeare and his Elizabethan contemporaries free of charge in the basement of the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church and in the Heckscher Theater. The original aim was to cultivate and encourage interest in Shakespeare and classic drama, to present an annual Shakespeare festival, and to build an Elizabethan-style stage to present Shakespeare's works. During the fifties, Papp fought to obtain financial support from the City of New York in order to establish a subsidized, free Shakespearean theater. Eventualy, Papp won a court battle with New York City Parks Commissioner Robert Moses to keep his Shakespeare productions free to the public. In 1957, the New York Shakespeare Festival flatbed truck, which toured the city parks and playgrounds with performances of Shakespeare, broke down near Belvedere Lake in Central Park. On that site they constructed the Delacorte Theater, which opened in 1962.

Papp relentlessly promoted the concept of free Shakespeare. He solicited support from foundations, corporations, political officials, and individual philanthropists. During the sixties, Papp extended the reach of the New York Shakespeare Festival by bringing Shakespeare to the outer boroughs of New York City and the tri-state area. He created the Mobile Theater, which toured the public schools, religious institutions, and civic organizations. In 1965, the New York Shakespeare Festival purchased the landmark Astor Library building on Lafayette Street, and the city funded its conversion into the new Public Theater. Papp then added to the New York Shakespeare Festival's mission a new mandate; to produce new American plays. The Public Theater was inaugurated in 1967 with the production of the musical HAIR. The Public Theater became the administrative home of the New York Shakespeare Festival and the laboratory for many original plays and musicals by David Rabe, Elizabeth Swados, Thomas Babe, Miguel Piñero, and many others. It was also home to many actors who found recognition through their association with the Festival, such as Colleen Dewhurst, James Earl Jones, Raul Julia, Kevin Kline, and Meryl Streep.

During the seventies, the New York Shakespeare Festival's production schedule became increasingly prolific, moving many productions to Broadway, most notably TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, A CHORUS LINE, THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON, and FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE (WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF). The New York Shakespeare Festival earned an international reputation for theatrical innovation and received numerous awards. Papp expanded the Festival into the areas of dance, music and poetry, producing new plays by young playwrights that reflected contemporary issues. In 1974, the Festival was invited to become a constituent of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. During the next four years, the New York Shakespeare Festival produced IN THE BOOM BOOM ROOM, SHORT EYES, and THE THREEPENNY OPERA, among others, and achieved both notoriety and acclaim for its innovative staging of classics and production of new, often controversial plays.

Papp was ever seeking new audiences for the theater, which he believed to be a powerful social force. In the seventies, The New York Shakespeare Festival expanded into television production with David Rabe's STICKS AND BONES and several Shakespeare plays, then into motion pictures with adaptations of THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (1983) and PLENTY (1985). The New York Shakespeare Festival participated in a theater exchange program with the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union. In 1984, the Festival Latino en Nueva York was launched through Papp's efforts and encouragement, and became an annual event. In addition, the Belasco Project was created to expose high school students to Shakespeare on Broadway, while the PITS Program taught them how to write plays. Papp became ill in the late eighties, and played a less active role in Festival administration and productions. His last major theatrical work was his direction of Bill Gunn's FORBIDDEN CITY, while his involvement in the controversy over NEA funding marked his final act of public advocacy. Joseph Papp died on October 31, 1991.

From the description of New York Shakespeare Festival records, 1954-1992. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 144652508

In 1984 the New York Shakespeare Festival, working with the Board of Education and the City's Arts and General Education Program, was host to a specially prepared 60-minute version of A Midsummer Night's Dream performed for students by the Theater for a New Audience. In the following years the Festival's Education Department created its own productions and developed its own programs to bring free Shakespeare to the school children of New York City. In 1986, a "Pilot Project", funded in part by the Board of Education, was begun at the Anspacher Theater. Under the direction of Estelle Parsons, As You Like It and Romeo and Juliet were performed at the Anspacher during April and May of 1986.

A multi-cultural cast was assembled to reflect the ethnic composition of the student audiences and some dialogue was delivered in Spanish. The performances continued through the summer of 1986 as part of the Mobile Tour. Funding from the Board of Education and several corporations allowed the Festival to expand the program for the 1986-1987 school year. "Shakespeare on Broadway" or the Belasco Project, as the program was known, brought 100,000 children to the Belasco Theater, which had a much larger seating capacity than the Anspacher. The company, still under the direction of Estelle Parsons added Macbeth to its program. In addition to performances, the program included the development of curriculum guides, teacher orientations and conferences, and school workshops conducted by members of the acting company.

Due to a lack of funding "Shakespeare on Broadway " did not continue in the 1987-1988 school year. Instead the Festival instituted a series of open rehearsals for teachers, and discounted tickets for students, teachers, and parents to the Festival's Shakespeare Marathon. Although some teachers and students found the Festival's productions too "modern", most were enthusiastic supporters. In 1987 teachers formed the "Volunteer Committee to Save Shakespeare for Students", but despite their protests, Board of Education funding was not restored. From 1987 to 1990 the Festival continued to encourage student attendance at its performances, and also continued its efforts to interact with teachers through seminars and open rehearsals.

From the description of Education Department, 1980-1990. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122378586

The New York Shakespeare Festival was chartered by the State of New York Education Department in 1954 to produce summer festivals of plays by Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

The founder and producer was Joseph Papp who retired in 1991 in favor of JoAnne Akalaitis. Aside from fulfilling its original mandate, the group has also performed the works of more recent writers including Samuel Beckett, David Rabe, David Mamet, and Thomas Babe. Many of the productions that began with the New York.

Shakespeare Festival were recreated on Broadway, and several have been recognized with Tony Awards. Many of the actors and actresses who began with the New York Shakespeare Festival have had successful careers on the stage and in film and television.

From the description of Clippings collection, [microform] 1954- (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 86164284

During the late 1950's and early 1960's Joseph Papp, with the help of Herta Danis, began to develop a donor base of foundations, corporations, and individuals who contributed money to support NYSF's productions and general operations. With the establishment of the Development Office in the late 1960's, a more systematic approach was taken in maintaining and monitoring donations. The Development Office was established to organize and facilitate communication with patrons, founders, benefactors, sponsors, and subscribers.

NYSF actively coordinated fundraising events to promote the Festival's activities, to win financial support from donors, and to recruit new ones. The opening of an NYSF show or an emergency fundraising campaign, such as those that accompanied New York City fiscal crises, often occasioned fundraising events. Papp received much support from the New York City Mayors Wagner and Lindsay. Papp formed the Mayor's Committee for Free Shakespeare in 1960. The Committee, which met regularly to plan fundraising events, was comprised of and chaired by members of the Board of Trustees. Members, their wives, and other society people helped to bring in new donors. They hosted receptions in their homes, in restaurants, and even in Gracie Mansion to plan for fundraising campaigns and arrange NYSF events.

From the description of Development Office files, 1955-1989. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122616314

New Jazz at the Public was initiated in March of 1978, as a forum for contemporary jazz.

The first program coordinator for New Jazz was Andrew Plesser who held the position from 1978 to 1981. Nancy Weiss (later Nancy Weiss Hanrahan) served as program coordinator from 1981 until 1987. From 1978 until 1987 the New Jazz series highlighted contemporary jazz musicians and "new jazz" performers. New Jazz at the Public presented over 200 performances during the years it was active. Among the musicians who performed there were: Pat Metheny, Steve Lacy, Chico Freeman, Archie Shepp, Jaki Byard, Don Pullen, Betty Carter, Carla Bley, Muhal Richard Abrams, Abdullah Ibrahim, Lester Bowie, Leroy Jenkins, Gil Evans, Henry Threadgill, Cecil Taylor, John Zorn, Jack DeJohnette, Sun Ra, Papa Zaka, and Milton Cardona.

In the 1980's programming began to focus on special events which would highlight jazz as an art form. The number of shows was reduced, so that concept shows and concert s could be accommodated. Programming in 1983 included Conjure: music for the texts of Ishmael Reed and a program of jazz from the Soviet Union. In 1984 New Jazz presented a music theater piece: 33 scenes on the possibility of human happiness, composed by Henry Threadgill and a concert by the Vienna Art Orchestra, and in 1985 both Jay McShann and John Carter were commissioned to create works for performance at the Public. While jazz remained a focus, the program sought to incorporate a wide range of musical styles and different presentations,. Program funders included the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, and Meet the Composer.

From the description of New Jazz at the Public, 1978-1987. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122615308

The Play Department was officially formed in 1976 under the direction of Gail Merrifield Papp. The department was created to formalize the analysis and development of scripts submitted to the NYSF and to monitor theater trends and talent. The records reflect the changing role of the Play Department (first called the Scripts Department, later the Department of Play and Musical Development) as it evolved and articulated its role in the New York Shakespeare Festival. The reading of scripts was done by "playreaders" who prepared analytical reports. Salaried staff attended local performances Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway. There were also stringers attending performances in other states. These activities resulted in the preparation of formal play reports. The function of the play report (see Subseries III: Playwrights) was to give a brief description of the play's plot and characters, to identify the strengths and weaknesses of its conception and performance, and finally to make recommendations for its development by the Festival. There is a great deal of correspondence from playwrights and composers to Joseph Papp regarding projects and personal news from many individuals including Elizabeth Swados, Derek Walcott, David Hare, Thomas Babe, Viktor Rozov and Tina Howe.

The Play Department initiated and conducted several special programs that encouraged the representation of diverse literary voices and drew attention to new ones. The Poets at the Public program, a regular series of staged reading of poetry, presented traditional and experimental work by leading poets. The Playwriting in the Schools project cultivated new dramatists by introducing playwriting into high school curriculums. Of interest to students of musical theater history is the Play Department's "Ten-Minute Musicals" program, led by Wilford Leach and Gail Merrifield Papp. This project solicited ten-minute demonstrations of musical projects in order to develop full-scale productions. The records also provide insight into the Festival's broadcast and cable television programming ideas.

From the description of Play Department files, 1962-1992. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122608414

Joseph Papp's theater company was originally called the New York Shakespeare Workshop, though the name was later changed to the New York Shakespeare Festival. In 1967, the company built their physical theater, The Public Theater, and the company also became known as The Public Theater. By 1993, after Papp's death the company was officially called The Joseph Papp New York Shakespeare Festival/The Public Theater and for many years the two names were used interchangeably. Though this collection is called the New York Shakespeare Festival Records, the company is now both widely known as and officially named The Public Theater.

Since its inception in 1954, the New York Shakespeare Festival/the Public Theater is a highly acclaimed theater company, dedicated to achieving artistic excellence while developing an American theater that is accessible and relevant to all people through productions of challenging new plays, musicals and innovative stagings of the classics.

The Public Theater produces new plays, musicals, productions of Shakespeare, and other classics in its headquarters on Lafayette Street (the former Astor library, which opened as The Public Theater in 1967 with the world premiere of the musical Hair) and at the Delacorte Theater, its permanent summertime home of free Shakespeare in the Park each summer. The Public's newest performance space, Joe's Pub, has become an important venue for new work and intimate performances by musicians, spoken-word artists, and solo performers.

In addition to its theatrical programming, The Public trains the next generation of classical actors through the Shakespeare Lab, an annual summer acting intensive. It also presents New Work Now!, a play reading series for emerging writers and established artists.

Each year, more than 250,000 people attend Public Theater-related productions and events at six downtown stages, including Joe's Pub, and Shakespeare in the Park. The Public Theater's productions have won 42 Tony Awards, 151 Obies, 41 Drama Desk Awards and four Pulitzer Prizes. Fifty-four Public Theater productions have moved to Broadway, including Sticks and Bones; That Championship Season; A Chorus Line; For Colored Girls...; The Pirates of Penzance; The Tempest; Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk; The Ride Down Mt. Morgan; Topdog/Underdog; Take Me Out; Caroline, or Change; Passing Strange; the revival of HAIR; Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson and The Merchant of Venice. In 2005, The Public Theater received a special Drama Desk Award in celebration of its 50th anniversary.* For a full list of the Public's productions, see http://www.publictheater.org/content/view/84/145/.

* From http://www.publictheater.org, retrieved 7/22/11

From the guide to the New York Shakespeare Festival Records, Additions, 1968-2010, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.)

The New York Shakespeare Festival was established in 1954 as the Shakespeare Workshop - an artist’s workshop founded by Joseph Papp.

Initially, the festival’s aim was to promote Shakespeare and his Elizabethan contemporaries free of charge. The productions were held in the basement of the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church and in the Heckscher Theater. Papp wanted to encourage interest in Shakespeare and classic drama, with the idea of creating an annual Shakespeare Festival, and to build an Elizabethan style stage to present Shakespeare’s works. He fought to obtain a subsidized, free theater with financial support from the City of New York. Papp won a court battle with New York City Parks Commissioner Robert Moses to keep the productions free to the public. In 1957, the Festival’s flatbed truck, which toured the city’s parks and playgrounds, broke down near Belvedere Lake in Central Park. It was on this site that the Delacorte Theater was constructed, which opened in 1962.

Papp never stopped promoting the idea of free Shakespeare. He solicited support from foundations, corporations, political officials, and individual philanthropists. During the sixties, he created the Mobile Theater, which toured the five boroughs and the tri-state area visiting public schools, religious institutions, and civic organizations. In 1965, The New York Shakespeare Festival purchased the landmark Astor Library Building on Lafayette Street. The building was converted into the New Public Theater, which the city funded. In addition, Papp created a new mandate for the Festival: to produce new American plays. The Public Theater not only became the administrative home for the New York Shakespeare Festival, but also became the laboratory for many original plays and musicals by David Rabe, Elizabeth Swados, Thomas Babe, Miguel Piñero, and many others. In 1967, the theater opened with the production of Hair.

During the seventies the Festival became increasingly prolific because of its increasing international reputation and numerous awards. Many of productions moved to Broadway, most notable among them were Two Gentlemen of Verona, A Chorus Line, That Championship Season, and For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide (When the Rainbow Is Enuf) . In 1974, the Festival became a constituent of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, at which time Papp extended the Festival beyond the promotion of Shakespeare into areas of dance, music, and poetry that reflected contemporary issues. During the next four years the Festival produced In the Boom Boom Room, Short Eyes, and The Threepenny Opera . The New York Shakespeare Festival achieved acclaim for its innovative staging of classics and production of new and often controversial plays. In 1976, Papp launched the Festival Latino en Nueva York, which became an annual event.

Papp believed that a new audience would promote a powerful social force. During the late seventies and early eighties, he expanded the Festival into television production with David Rabe’s Sticks and Bones and several Shakespeare plays, then into motion pictures with the adaptations of Pirates of Penzance (1983) and Plenty (1985). The Festival even participated in a theater exchange program with England and the Soviet Union. He also started the Belasco Project for the sole purpose of exposing high school students to Shakespeare on Broadway, while the PITS Program taught them how to write plays.

Papp became ill in the late eighties. He played less of a role in the Festival’s administrative and productive activities. His last major theatrical work was his direction of Bill Gunn’s Forbidden City and he continued his involvement of public advocacy with the controversy over NEA funding until his death on October 31, 1991.

From the guide to the New York Shakespeare Festival music scores, 1965-1991, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.)

Joseph Papp founded the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1954 in New York City. It was initially chartered as the Shakespeare Workshop, an actors' workshop presenting Shakespeare and his Elizabethan contemporaries free of charge in the basement of the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church and in the Heckscher Theater. The original aim was to cultivate and encourage interest in Shakespeare and classic drama, to present an annual Shakespeare festival, and to build an Elizabethan-style stage to present Shakespeare's works. During the fifties, Papp fought to obtain financial support from the City of New York in order to establish a subsidized, free Shakespearean theater. Eventualy, Papp won a court battle with New York City Parks Commissioner Robert Moses to keep his Shakespeare productions free to the public. In 1957, the New York Shakespeare Festival flatbed truck, which toured the city parks and playgrounds with performances of Shakespeare, broke down near Belvedere Lake in Central Park. On that site they constructed the Delacorte Theater, which opened in 1962.

Papp relentlessly promoted the concept of free Shakespeare. He solicited support from foundations, corporations, political officials, and individual philanthropists. During the sixties, Papp extended the reach of the New York Shakespeare Festival by bringing Shakespeare to the outer boroughs of New York City and the tri-state area. He created the Mobile Theater, which toured the public schools, religious institutions, and civic organizations. In 1965, the New York Shakespeare Festival purchased the landmark Astor Library building on Lafayette Street, and the city funded its conversion into the new Public Theater. Papp then added to the New York Shakespeare Festival's mission a new mandate; to produce new American plays. The Public Theater was inaugurated in 1967 with the production of the musical HAIR. The Public Theater became the administrative home of the New York Shakespeare Festival and the laboratory for many original plays and musicals by David Rabe, Elizabeth Swados, Thomas Babe, Miguel Piñero, and many others. It was also home to many actors who found recognition through their association with the Festival, such as Colleen Dewhurst, James Earl Jones, Raul Julia, Kevin Kline, and Meryl Streep.

During the seventies, the New York Shakespeare Festival's production schedule became increasingly prolific, moving many productions to Broadway, most notably TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, A CHORUS LINE, THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON, and FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE (WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF). The New York Shakespeare Festival earned an international reputation for theatrical innovation and received numerous awards. Papp expanded the Festival into the areas of dance, music and poetry, producing new plays by young playwrights that reflected contemporary issues. In 1974, the Festival was invited to become a constituent of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. During the next four years, the New York Shakespeare Festival produced IN THE BOOM BOOM ROOM, SHORT EYES, and THE THREEPENNY OPERA, among others, and achieved both notoriety and acclaim for its innovative staging of classics and production of new, often controversial plays.

Papp was ever seeking new audiences for the theater, which he believed to be a powerful social force. In the seventies, The New York Shakespeare Festival expanded into television production with David Rabe's STICKS AND BONES and several Shakespeare plays, then into motion pictures with adaptations of THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (1983) and PLENTY (1985). The New York Shakespeare Festival participated in a theater exchange program with the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union. In 1984, the Festival Latino en Nueva York was launched through Papp's efforts and encouragement, and became an annual event. In addition, the Belasco Project was created to expose high school students to Shakespeare on Broadway, while the PITS Program taught them how to write plays. Papp became ill in the late eighties, and played a less active role in Festival administration and productions. His last major theatrical work was his direction of Bill Gunn's FORBIDDEN CITY, while his involvement in the controversy over NEA funding marked his final act of public advocacy. Joseph Papp died on October 31, 1991.

From the guide to the New York Shakespeare Festival records, 1954-1992, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.)

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associatedWith Doctorow, E. L., 1931- person
associatedWith Dodger Theater Company (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Donald Sanders person
associatedWith Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848 person
associatedWith Dorfman, Ariel person
associatedWith Doris Duke Foundation corporateBody
associatedWith Dreyer, Carl Theodor, 1889-1968 person
associatedWith Driver, Senta person
associatedWith Drury Lane Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Drury Lane Water Tower and Theater (Chicago, Ill.) corporateBody
associatedWith Dudley, William person
associatedWith Durang, Christopher, 1949- person
associatedWith Dyer, Doug person
associatedWith Dyer, Doug person
associatedWith Edgar White person
associatedWith Eisenberg, Deborah person
associatedWith Eleo Pomare Dance Company corporateBody
associatedWith El-Hakawati Palestinian Theater corporateBody
associatedWith Eliot Feld Ballet corporateBody
associatedWith Eliot Feld Ballet corporateBody
associatedWith Elliott, William person
associatedWith Elliott, William (William F.) person
associatedWith Epstein, Helen, 1947- person
associatedWith Equinox Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Erick Hawkins Dance Company corporateBody
associatedWith Ethel Barrymore Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Eustis, Oskar, 1958- person
associatedWith Expo-Theatre (Montreal, Canada) corporateBody
associatedWith Faison, George, Jr person
associatedWith Falco, Louis person
associatedWith Festival de Teatro Popular Latinoamericano corporateBody
associatedWith Festival Latino en Nueva York corporateBody
associatedWith Finn, William person
associatedWith Fisher, Robert person
associatedWith Fisher Theatre (Detroit, Michigan) corporateBody
associatedWith Florida State University corporateBody
associatedWith Ford Foundation corporateBody
associatedWith Ford, Nancy person
associatedWith Foreman, Richard, 1937- person
associatedWith Forrest Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.) corporateBody
associatedWith Fortune Society (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Foundation du Theatre du Nouveau Monde. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada.) corporateBody
associatedWith Fox Theatre (Atlanta, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Fox Theatre (San Diego, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Freedman, Gerald A., 1927- . person
associatedWith Friedman-Abeles corporateBody
associatedWith Friel, Brian person
associatedWith Fundacion Rajatabla (Venezuela) corporateBody
associatedWith Galich, Aleksandr, 1919- person
associatedWith Gallardo, Edward, 1949- person
associatedWith Galt MacDermot person
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associatedWith García Lorca, Federico, 1898-1936 person
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associatedWith Gersten, Bernie. person
associatedWith Gerut, Rosalie person
associatedWith Gielgud, John, Sir, 1904- person
associatedWith Gilliatt, Penelope person
associatedWith Giron, Arthur person
associatedWith Glowacki, Janusz person
associatedWith Goldenberg, Billy person
associatedWith Golden Gate Theater (San Francisco, Calif.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Gomez, Charles person
associatedWith Goodman, Robert W person
associatedWith Great Lakes Theater Festival (Cleveland, Oh.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Gunn, Bill person
associatedWith Haifa Municipal Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Hamlisch, Marvin person
associatedWith Hampton, Christopher, 1946- person
associatedWith Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio) corporateBody
associatedWith Hare, David person
associatedWith Hare, David, 1947- person
associatedWith Harkness, Rebekah person
associatedWith Harris, Neil person
associatedWith Hart, Bill person
associatedWith Havel, Vaclav person
associatedWith Havel, Vaclav person
associatedWith Havel, Vaclav person
associatedWith Heckscher, August, 1913- person
associatedWith Heckscher Theater (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Heinz Hall (Pittsburgh, Pa.) corporateBody
associatedWith Henry Street Settlement (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Her Majesty's Theatre. (London, England.) corporateBody
associatedWith Hersey, John person
associatedWith Hesitate and Demonstrate corporateBody
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associatedWith Hilton U. Brown Brown Theatre (Indianapolis, Ind.) corporateBody
associatedWith Hira, Mikijiro person
associatedWith Hoffman, Miriam person
associatedWith Holbrook, Hal person
associatedWith Holmes, Rupert person
associatedWith Holmes, Rupert. Mystery of Edwin Drood (Musical). Cast Album corporateBody
associatedWith Hotel Pierre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Howe, Tina person
associatedWith Hughes, Dusty person
associatedWith Huntington Hartford Theatre. (Los Angeles, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Hurt, Mary Beth person
associatedWith Hwang, David Henry, 1957- person
associatedWith Ibero-American Theater Workshop corporateBody
associatedWith Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906 person
associatedWith Imperial Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Innaurato, Albert, 1948- person
associatedWith International Theatre Institute corporateBody
associatedWith Irwin, Bill, 1950- person
associatedWith Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts (Miami Beach, Fla.) corporateBody
associatedWith Jacques, Brigitte person
associatedWith Jenkin, Len person
associatedWith Jenkins, Leroy person
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associatedWith Jobriath person
associatedWith John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.) corporateBody
associatedWith John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.). Terrace Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith John Golden Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation corporateBody
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associatedWith Jones, James Earl person
associatedWith Jordan, Sheila person
associatedWith José Limón Dance Company corporateBody
associatedWith Joseph, Rowan person
associatedWith Juilliard School corporateBody
associatedWith Kane, Carol, 1952- person
associatedWith Kanin, Garson, 1912- person
associatedWith Kathryn Posin Dance Company corporateBody
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associatedWith Kenneth Sawyer Goodman Memorial Theatre (Chicago, Illinois) corporateBody
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associatedWith Kernochan, Sarah person
associatedWith Kerr, Walter, 1913- person
associatedWith Keyes, Ralph person
associatedWith Kidder, Margot person
associatedWith Kiel Opera House (St. Louis, MS?) corporateBody
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associatedWith Killian, Scott person
associatedWith Kim D. Sherman person
associatedWith Kimmel, Stanley person
associatedWith King, Dominic person
associatedWith King, Woodie person
associatedWith Kirk Nurock person
associatedWith Kivitt, Ted person
associatedWith Kleban, Edward person
associatedWith Kline, Kevin person
associatedWith Koch, Ed, 1924- person
associatedWith Kondoleon, Harry. person
associatedWith Kraft, H. S. (Hyman Solomon), 1899-1975 person
associatedWith Kramer, Larry person
associatedWith Krieger, Henry person
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associatedWith Laboratorio de Teatro Campesino y Yoreme de Sinaloa corporateBody
associatedWith Laine, Cleo person
associatedWith Lapine, James person
associatedWith L.A. Public Theatre. (Los Angeles, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Lar Lubovitch Dance Company (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith L.A. Stage Co. (Los Angeles, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Laurents, Arthur. person
associatedWith Laville, Pierre person
associatedWith Leach, Wilford, 1929- person
associatedWith Leach, Wilford, 1929-1988. person
associatedWith Lee, James person
associatedWith Lee, Jennie person
associatedWith Legrand, Michel, 1932- person
associatedWith Leivick, H., 1888-1962 person
associatedWith Leonard, Hugh person
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associatedWith Lindsay, John V. (John Vliet) person
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associatedWith Lloyd, Christopher, 1938- person
associatedWith Lloyd Webber, Andrew, 1948- person
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associatedWith Macauley Theatre (Louisville, Kentucky) corporateBody
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associatedWith McKenna, Siobhan, 1923- person
associatedWith Mee, Charles L person
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associatedWith Meyers, Nicholas person
associatedWith Michael Ward person
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associatedWith Milner, Ron person
associatedWith Milton, James person
associatedWith Milva person
associatedWith Minskoff Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Morris A. Mechanic Theatre (Baltimore, Md.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Neil Harris person
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associatedWith Old Prop Shop Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Olivier, Laurence, 1907- person
associatedWith Olympia Theatre, (Dublin, Ire.) corporateBody
associatedWith O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953 person
associatedWith Ontological-Hysterical Theater. corporateBody
associatedWith Opera House. (Lexington, Ky.) corporateBody
associatedWith Opera House (Seattle, Wash.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Organic Theater Company of Chicago. corporateBody
associatedWith Orpheum (Minneapolis, Minn.) corporateBody
associatedWith Orpheum Theatre (Memphis, Tenn.) corporateBody
associatedWith Orpheum Theatre (San Francisco, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Other Stage. (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Page, Louise, 1955- person
associatedWith Pantages Theatre (Hollywood, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Papp, Gail Merrifield. person
associatedWith Papp, Joseph person
associatedWith Papp, Joseph. person
associatedWith Partch, Harry, 1901-1974 person
associatedWith Pasadena Civic Auditorium (Pasadena, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Patinkin, Mandy person
associatedWith Patterson, Michael person
associatedWith Peabody, Judy person
associatedWith Pearl Lang Dance Company and Foundation (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Peaslee, Richard person
associatedWith Penn, William A person
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associatedWith Pepsi Cola Corporation corporateBody
associatedWith Philip Morris corporateBody
associatedWith Phoenix Civic Theatre (Phoenix, Ariz.) corporateBody
associatedWith Phoenix Theatre (London, Eng.) corporateBody
associatedWith Pinero, Miguel person
associatedWith Pinero, Miguel person
associatedWith Pittsburgh Public Theater (Pittsburgh, Pa.) corporateBody
associatedWith Playhouse Theatre (Wilmington, Del.) corporateBody
associatedWith Playwrights' Workshop (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Plaza Theatre (Dallas, Tex.) corporateBody
associatedWith Plymouth Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Ports Dinner Theatre. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada.) corporateBody
associatedWith Potter's Field Theatre Company corporateBody
associatedWith Povod, Reinaldo person
associatedWith Prinz, John person
associatedWith Professional Older Women's Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Public Theater corporateBody
associatedWith Public Theater at Lincoln Center corporateBody
associatedWith Public Theater (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924 person
associatedWith Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Queen Elizabeth Theatre (Vancouver, BC) corporateBody
associatedWith Rabb, Ellis person
associatedWith Rabe, David person
associatedWith Radio Corporation of America corporateBody
associatedWith Rado, James person
associatedWith Ragni, Gerome person
associatedWith Ramirez, Ramiro person
associatedWith Randall, Tony person
associatedWith Reardon, Dennis J., 1944- person
associatedWith Reddin, Keith person
associatedWith Redlich, Don person
associatedWith Ribalow, Meier Zvi person
associatedWith Richard Peaslee person
associatedWith Richard Wesley person
associatedWith Rich, Frank person
associatedWith Riverside Shakespeare Company corporateBody
associatedWith Rivers, Susan person
associatedWith Roberts, Meade, 1930-1992 person
associatedWith Robertsons, Laurie person
associatedWith Rockefeller Foundation corporateBody
associatedWith Rodriguez, Zhandra person
associatedWith Rod Rodgers Dance Company corporateBody
associatedWith Rosewoman, Michele person
associatedWith Roy Acuff Theatre (Nashville, Tenn.) corporateBody
associatedWith Royal Alexandra Theatre (Toronto, Ont.) corporateBody
associatedWith Royal Court Exchange corporateBody
associatedWith Royal Court Theatre. corporateBody
associatedWith Royale Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Rozov, Viktor, 1913- person
associatedWith Rundgren, Todd person
associatedWith Rye Country Day School. (Rye, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Sanctuary Theater Workshop corporateBody
associatedWith Sanders, Donald T person
associatedWith San Jose Center for the Performing Arts (Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Santiago, Anthony person
associatedWith Saroyan, William, 1908- person
associatedWith Save the Theatres, Inc corporateBody
associatedWith Schlosspark-Theater (Berlin, Germany) corporateBody
associatedWith Schrader, Paul, 1946- person
associatedWith Scofield, Paul person
associatedWith Scott, George C., 1927- person
associatedWith Scully, Anthony, 1942- person
associatedWith Seattle Repertory Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Second Stage Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Shaffer, Michael person
associatedWith Shakespeare & Company (Lenox, Mass.) corporateBody
associatedWith Shakespeare in the Park (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. person
associatedWith Shange, Ntozake person
associatedWith Shawn, Allen person
associatedWith Shawn, Wallace person
associatedWith Shea's Theatre (Buffalo, New York) corporateBody
associatedWith Sheen, Martin person
associatedWith Sherling, Yuri person
associatedWith Shevey, Betsy person
associatedWith Shimerman, Armin person
associatedWith Shire, David person
associatedWith Shubert Foundation, Inc corporateBody
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associatedWith Shubert Theatre (Chicago, Ill.) corporateBody
associatedWith Shubert Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Shubert Theatre (New Haven, Conn.) corporateBody
associatedWith Shubert Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Silva, Chris person
associatedWith Sofian, Anahid person
associatedWith Solari Theatre Ensemble (Beverly Hills, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Sonia Sanchez person
associatedWith Spoleto Festival U.S.A corporateBody
associatedWith Springer, Ashton person
associatedWith Stanley Silverman person
associatedWith Steinman, Jim person
associatedWith Sterling Institute (Organization) corporateBody
associatedWith Stevens, Roger L. person
associatedWith St. James Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Streisand, Barbra person
associatedWith Strindberg, August, 1849-1912 person
associatedWith Studebaker Theatre (Chicago, Ill.) corporateBody
associatedWith Styne, Jule, 1905- person
associatedWith Sullivan, Arthur, Sir, 1842-1900 person
associatedWith Susan Stein Shiva Theater (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Swados, Elizabeth person
associatedWith Swope, Martha, photographer person
associatedWith Taconic Foundation corporateBody
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associatedWith Talese, Gay person
associatedWith Tarragon Theatre Archives (University of Guelph) corporateBody
associatedWith Taylor, Burton person
associatedWith Taylor, Cecil person
associatedWith Taymor, Julie, 1952- person
associatedWith Teatro do Ornitorrinco (Brazil) corporateBody
associatedWith Tharp, Twyla person
associatedWith Theatre at Riverside Church. (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
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associatedWith Theatre Development Fund corporateBody
associatedWith Theatre of the Performing Arts (New Orleans, LA.) corporateBody
associatedWith The Public Theater. corporateBody
associatedWith Thompson, Garland Lee person
associatedWith Tisch School of the Arts corporateBody
associatedWith Toho Company, Ltd corporateBody
associatedWith Tom Mandel person
associatedWith Travel Light Theatre Company. (Chicago, Ill.) corporateBody
associatedWith Tully, Alice person
associatedWith Tunick, Jonathan person
associatedWith Uihlein Hall (Milwaukee, Wis.) corporateBody
associatedWith Ulive, Ugo person
associatedWith United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the culture industry corporateBody
associatedWith United States. Department of the Interior corporateBody
associatedWith University of Pennsylvania. Zellerbach Theater corporateBody
associatedWith Uris Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Van Tieghem, David person
associatedWith Veterans Ensemble Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
correspondedWith Vidal, Gore, 1925- person
associatedWith Vietnam Veterans Ensemble Theatre Co corporateBody
associatedWith Vivian Beaumont Theater (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Voznesensky, Andrei person
associatedWith Wagner, Robert F. (Robert Ferdinand), 1910- person
associatedWith Walken, Christopher, 1943- person
associatedWith Walker, George F person
associatedWith Wallach, Eli, 1915- person
associatedWith Walter Nicks Dance Theater Workshop corporateBody
associatedWith Ward, Michael person
associatedWith Warner Theatre (Washington, D.C.) corporateBody
associatedWith Weber, Susan person
associatedWith Weill, Kurt, 1900-1950 person
associatedWith Weinstock, Richard person
associatedWith Weinstock, Richard person
associatedWith Weller, Michael, 1942- person
associatedWith West, Nathanael, 1903-1940 person
associatedWith WGBH Public Television corporateBody
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associatedWith Whyte, Ron person
associatedWith William Stevenson person
associatedWith Willinger, David person
associatedWith Wilma Theater (Philadelphia, Pa.) corporateBody
associatedWith Wilshire Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Wintergarden Theatre. (New York, NY) corporateBody
associatedWith Winter Garden Theatre (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Wolfe, George C. person
associatedWith Wollman Memorial Skating Rink (New York, N.Y.) corporateBody
associatedWith Wooden-O Productions corporateBody
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associatedWith Yale, Kathleen Betsko person
associatedWith Yale Repertory Theatre corporateBody
associatedWith Yglesias, Jose person
associatedWith Yivo Institute for Jewish Research corporateBody
associatedWith Young Playwrights Festival corporateBody
associatedWith Zev Buffman Entertainment corporateBody
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