New York Shakespeare Festival Records. Series IV: Production Materials 1958-1992

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New York Shakespeare Festival Records. Series IV: Production Materials, 1958-1992

New York Shakespeare Festival Records. Series IV: Production Materials 1958-1992

The records of the Production Materials series contain prompt books, light plots, ground plans, costume plots, set designs, electrics, prop running sheets, prop preset sheets, prop inventories, light cue sheets, and electrical layouts. They reflect all physical aspects of the staging of a production. Oversized drawings and plans have been removed to Series XIV Oversized Materials.

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