Papers, [ca. 1948]-1984.


Papers, [ca. 1948]-1984.

Materials relate chiefly to Rubin's avocation as an amateur actor and director including his involvement with seniors' drama. Includes 53 audiotape reels, 7 film reels, photographs, slides, clippings, correspondence, programs, etc. Includes materials (photos, audiotapes, programs, reviews) connected with Günter Grass and the off-Broadway play The world of Günter Grass co-produced by Rubin, Arthur Kantor and Ninon Karlweis; clipping and program notes on the Polish Laboratory Theatre directed by Jerzy Grotowski; photo of Oscar Karlweis and Adrienne Gessner; production photos for The chairs, Hydrogen jukebox, The moon besieged, They knew what they wanted, Three men on a horse, Waiting for Godot and others. Contains correspondence from André Gregory and Henry Morgenthau Jr. Also includes flyers anhd clippings from the early 1980's on seniors'creative drama at the Boulder (Colo.) Senior Center. The audiotapes and films are on various topics including theater productions (e.g., Tiger Rag, Polygimist), dentistry, Iranian music and the Eichmann trials.

ca. 4 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 7003559

Ohio State University Libraries

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