New York Shakespeare Festival Records. Series V: General Manager's Files 1960-1991


New York Shakespeare Festival Records. Series V: General Manager's Files 1960-1991

The files of the General Manager encompass the daily workings of the Festival. The files include both extended runs of Broadway and tours as well as the regular Shakespeare Festival season productions.


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Rivers, Susan (person)

Hampton, Christopher, 1946-.... (person)

Christopher Hampton, screenwriter. Graham Greene, novelist. From the description of The quiet American : screenplay, 2000. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 79468030 Epithet: CBE, FRSL, playwright British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000499.0x000237 British playwright. Hampton organized Shakespeare's Birthday Concert, 23 April 1972 which was sponsored by the...

Dreyer, Carl Theodor, 1889-1968 (person)

Studebaker Theatre (Chicago, Ill.) (corporateBody)

Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis (corporateBody)

Blackstone Theatre (Chicago, Ill.) (corporateBody)

NBC Television Network (corporateBody)

Capital Theater (Salt Lake City, Utah) (corporateBody)

Hilton U. Brown Brown Theatre (Indianapolis, Ind.) (corporateBody)

Golden Gate Theatre (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

New York Shakespeare Festival. New Jazz Series Files (corporateBody)

Royale Theatre (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Booth Theatre (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Royal Alexandra Theatre (Toronto, Ont.) (corporateBody)

Wilshire Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Clarke, Martha (person)

Martha Clarke and Charles L. Mee, playwrights. From the description of Belle epoque : typescript, 2004. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 79468074 ...

Gelb, Barbara. (person)

New Federal Theatre (Theatrical troupe) (corporateBody)

Cale, David (person)

Chic Street Man (person)

Mason, Jackie (person)

Hwang, David Henry, 1957-.... (person)

American playwright and screenwriter, particularly interested in Asian American drama. From the description of David Henry Hwang papers, circa 1985-2004. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 462019146 This play was to be the second Broadway production of the playwright, following the success of his M. Butterfly. It closed in previews on March 14, 1993, at the Cort Theatre, New York, N.Y. Directed by Jerry Zaks, it starred B.D. Wong, Jane Krakowski, and Mark Linn-Baker. It has not ...

Solari Theatre Ensemble (Beverly Hills, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Tōhō Aen Kabushiki Kaisha. (corporateBody)

New Heritage Repertory Theatre, Inc (corporateBody)

Belasco Theatre (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Gomez, Charles (person)

New York Shakespeare Festival Productions (corporateBody)

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 Theate...

Lind, Jokov (person)

Fisher Theatre (Detroit, Michigan) (corporateBody)

Kiel Opera House (St. Louis, MS?) (corporateBody)

CBS Productions. (corporateBody)

Hare, David, 1947-.... (person)

Spoleto Festival U.S.A. (corporateBody)

Gian Carlo Menotti, an Italian-American composer of opera, created several separate, but interrelated organizations which are represented in this archive: (1) The Festival of Two Worlds (Festival dei Due Mondi), was created in 1956 and was first held in Spoleto, Italy, in 1958. Its primary purpose was to provide young Americans with an opportunity to perform in Europe as part of a comprehensive arts festival. The board of the Italian festival is called the Association of the Festiva...

Ndlovu, Duma (person)

National Arts Center (Ottawa, Ont.) (corporateBody)

Curran Theatre (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

Royal Court Theatre (corporateBody)

The English Stage Company (ESC) is the resident company of the Royal Court Theatre in Sloane Square, London . The company and its work is the result of two disparate groups eventually uniting in a common cause. In 1953, directors George Devine and Tony Richardson devised a scheme to present 'the whole range of contemporary drama' in London with a small permanent company. Inspired by the work of Harley Granville Barker and John Eugene Vedrenne (who produced new plays by Shaw and Bark...

Scully, Anthony, 1942- (person)

Sullivan, Arthur (person)

Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) was an English composer well-known for his collaborations with W. S. (William Schwenck) Gilbert. From the guide to the Arthur Sullivan sheet music, 1868-1993., (Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University.) Sullivan was an English composer. Gilbert was a English dramatist. From the guide to the Arthur Sullivan correspondence with W. S. (William Schwenck) Gilbert, 1854-1900., (Houghton Libra...

Melbourne Concert Hall, (Melbourne, Australia) (corporateBody)

Patinkin, Mandy (person)

Kanin, Garson, 1912-1999 (person)

Actor, author, and director. From the description of Garson Kanin papers, 1941-1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71130926 Biographical Note 1912, Nov. 24 Born, Rochester, N.Y. 1933 Graduated, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York, N.Y. Acted for ...

Bayfront Center (St. Petersburgh, Florida) (corporateBody)

Kievman, Carson (person)