Berea College theatre oral history collection 1988 / by Rose Linville.


Berea College theatre oral history collection 1988 / by Rose Linville.

This collection consists of audio cassettes and transcripts of interviews with twenty Berea College faculty and staff, some of whom were also alumni. The interviews document the development of the college's theatre activities including both the curricular program and the co-curricular Theatre Laboratory labor program. The time span of the interviewee's involvement with Berea's theatre program ranged from the 1930s up to the then present, 1988. The interviews were recorded by Linville Rose during the 1988 fall semester.

0.8 linear ft. (2 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 7173004

Berea College, Hutchins Library

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