Records, 1964-1982.


Records, 1964-1982.

Records, 1964-1982.

Correspondence, scripts, photographs, and clippings relating to the People's Theatre ofCambridge, Massachusetts.

13 boxes(6.5 linear ft.)

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The People's Theatre was founded in 1964 by Ruth Elder, a former professor of speech and drama at Tufts University. The company was dedicated to multi-racial casting, a policy established by Elder and adopted by her successors, Chris Connaire (1967-1980) and June Judson (1980-1982). When it closed in 1982, the People's Theatre was the oldest continuously operating small theatre in the Boston area. From the guide to the Records, 1964-1982., (Harvard Theatre Collection, Ho...

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African American playwright Ed Bullins, who began writing plays as a political activist in the mid-1960s and was later the associate director of Harlem's New Lafayette Theatre, helped shape the revolutionary theater of black experience. "Ed Bullins." Contemporary Authors Online (reproduced in Biography Resource Center). (accessed November 2009). From the guide to the It Bees Dat Way (a C...

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John Alfred Williams, African-American author, journalist and academic, was born December 5, 1925, in Jackson, Mississippi. He served in the U.S. Naval Reserves as a pharmacist’s mate in the Pacific from 1943-1946, and earned degrees in English and journalism from Syracuse University. In 1960 he published his first novel, The Angry Ones ; this and subsequent novels including the best-selling The Man Who Cried I Am, explore the experiences of being a black man in America. ...

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Freund, Philip, 1909-2007 (person)

Philip Freund, playwright. From the description of Prince Hamlet: typescript, n.d. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 86164214 Theater historian, writer, educator. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Philip Freund graduated from Cornell in 1929. While at Cornell, he wrote for and edited a literary journal, The Columns, and after graduation, started a small publishing firm. He taught courses in creative writing, film, and entertainment an...

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