Tamiment Playhouse photographs [graphic]. ca. 1921-1987 (bulk 1930s-1950s).

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Tamiment Playhouse photographs [graphic]. ca. 1921-1987 (bulk 1930s-1950s).

About two-thirds of the images in this collection are of Tamiment Playhouse productions or production-related activities, including from Your Show of Shows, and The Princess and the Pea, which later became the successful musical Once Upon a Mattress. The remainder of the images consist of a series of pages of photographs from scrapbooks. These photographs focus on Camp Tamiment -- its facilities, staff, and campers, from the 1920s through 1941 -- rather than the Playhouse. Many photographs were also produced as postcards by photographers Lewis "Snappy" Goren and Seymour Fischer. The collection includes images of actors such as Danny Kaye, Bea Arthur, Imogene Coca, Dick Shawn, and Carol Burnett; directors such as Max L. Liebman and Joe Layton; choreographers and dancers like Jerome Robbins, and Anita Alvarez; and writers Woody Allen and Neil Simon. There are also images of Ben Josephson and Bertha Mailly, respectively director and founder of Camp Tamiment.

2.5 linear ft.

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Goren, Lewis

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Alvarez, Anita

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Layton, Joe, 1931-

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Joe Layton (1931-1994) was an Emmy and Tony award-winning American choreographer, director, and producer of stage productions, television specials, and live concerts. The Joe Layton papers (1931-1992) document his professional career and his marriage to actress Evelyn Russell. The collection includes correspondence, photographs, production binders, scrapbooks, and scripts. Joe Layton (1931-1994) was born Joseph Lichtman in Brooklyn, New York to James and Sadie Lichtman. ...

Allen, Woody, 1935-....

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Filmmaker and jazz clarinetist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [New York, to James J. Fuld, 2000]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270906331 Woody Allen, screenwriter; Marshall Brickman, screenwriter. From the description of The filmaker : tentative title : screenplay. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122531605 ...

Simon, Neil, 1927-2018

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Neil Simon (b. Marving Neil Simon, July 4, 1927, Bronx, New York-d. August 26, 2018, Manhattan, New York), American playwright, screenwriter and author....

Coca, Imogene

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Robbins, Jerome

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American dancer, choreographer, and ballet master. From the description of Jerome Robbins scrapbooks [microform]. 1937-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81722948 From the description of Jerome Robbins scrapbooks. 1986-1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79096064 American ballet dancer and choreographer primarily associated with American Ballet Theatre in the 1940s and the New York City Ballet since 1949; also, theatrical director and choreographer whose producti...

Kaye, Danny

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Danny Kaye was a singer, dancer, actor and comedian active primarily from the 1930s through 1970s. Sylvia Fine, his wife, was a writer and composer who produced material for Kaye and others. She also produced television shows, and taught courses and lectured on musical comedy. From the description of Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine collection, 1895-1943 (bulk 1898-1939). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71128324 ...

Josephson, Ben, 1895-1980.

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Ben Josephson (1895-1980), served in various administrative capacities at Camp Tamiment in Pennsylvania from 1941-1968. He was active in the Socialist Party and the labor movement. He was associated with the Rand School and was instrumental in the establishment of the Tamiment Library at NYU. Josephson gave support to the New Leader and Labor History and was elected, in 1976, President of the People's Educational Camp Society (PECS), the corporate entity that founded and oversaw Camp Tamiment. ...

Liebman, Max

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Max Liebman was one of the leading pioneers in producing, directing, and writing several highly credited television productions in the 1950s. Growing up in New York, he attended the Boys High School in Brooklyn, and got his start in entertainment, performing and writing in vaudeville. He was the producer and director of the Tamiment Theatrical Workshop in the Poconos, a summer stock playhouse, and brought the company's show to Broadway as The Straw Hat Revue in 1939. Liebman was a co-writer for ...

Burnett, Carole

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Burnett was born Apr. 26, 1933, in San Antonio, TX; gained popularity as a regular on the Garry Moore television show (1950s); she made her Broadway debut in the musical Once upon a mattress (1959); she appeared in several television specials in the 1960s and went on to her own weekly television program The Carol Burnett show; her screen credits include Pete 'n' Tillie (1972), The four seasons (1981), and Annie (1982); she was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 1985. ...

Shawn, Dick

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Fischer, Seymour.

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Mailly, Bertha Howell

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