Kim Hunter scripts and rehearsal notes 1957-1993

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Kim Hunter scripts and rehearsal notes 1957-1993

The Kim Hunter scripts and rehearsal notes represent a cross-section of her involvement in theater, film and television and span the years 1957-1993. Most of the scripts are annotated and often include cast lists, rehearsal schedules, and her own handwritten cue sheets. The materials on FAULKNER'S BICYCLE include an account of her daily rehearsal experiences for both the Yale Repertory and New York productions. The collection encompasses new plays and revivals, as well as motion picture, television and radio scripts. Performance spaces included universities, regional theaters, Broadway and Off-Broadway.

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