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(C:6/46/2)

Box 1-000825
Box 2-000891
Box 3-001704

Record Group: 6 C
Record Sub Group: 2
Records Title:UMC; College of Arts and Science; School of Fine Arts; Theatre Department Production Records
Dates: 1931-1999
Volume: 3 cubic feet, 3.75 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

(A95-85, pamphlet file, Special Collections vertical file)
This Record Sub-Group contains mainly printed and duplicated materials generated by the Theater Department of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Fine Arts. Also included in this Sub-Group are correspondence, photos, Christmas cards and post cards. The most common items in this Sub-Group are playbills, programs, publicity releases, cast lists, advertisements, newspaper clippings, and displays. Some biographical information on theater faculty, staff and students and information about theater events are also to be found. Correspondence includes congratulatory letters on play productions, letters from former students, and letters of thanks to department professors and administrators.
Note to Researcher: For more records pertaining to this department, see also Record Group 6 C, Sub-Group 14 and Record Group 6 C, Sub-Group 32.

Series Descriptions:

This Record Sub-Group is divided into four separate record series. Series One contains the playbills, programs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other materials pertaining to those productions offered by the UMC Theater Department from 1931 through 1959. Series Two holds materials of the same type relating to plays presented from 1960 through 1975.

Series Three contains the playbills, programs, correspondence, production lists, newspaper clippings (including reviews), and other materials regarding the Theater Department's offerings from 1976 through 1983. Series Four holds similar materials pertaining to productions staged from 1984 through 1999.

Series Outline:

  1. Series One - Productions, 1931-1959

  2. Series Two - Productions, 1960-1975

  3. Series Three - Productions, 1976-1983

  4. Series Four - Productions, 1984-1999

Inventory

Series One - Productions, 1931-1959

Box 1

FF 1 - Miscellaneous Materials
Death of a Salesman reviews, 1949
Article and letter regarding Max E. Fordyce's (MU student) death, 1944

FF 2 - 1931-1945 Missouri Workshop Playbills and Programs
-Jonesy, 1931
-Missouri Workshop opening meeting program, 1932
-Moor Born, 1935
-Four one act plays, 1936: The Fixer, The Rational Man, Grey in Grey, and Sparkin'
-Ghosts, Wings of the Morning, 1936
-Squaring the Circle, 1936
-Bury the Dead, 1936
-Bradley prize plays, 1937: Oracle, Beyond the Wall, The Case of the Hairless Critic, Angry Dust, and Quein Sabe
-The Torchbearers, 1937
1938-1940 Missouri Workshop Playbills
-Bradley prize plays, 1938: A Dream of Time, Perhaps the Left Fist, If Tomorrow Comes, and The Conspirators
-The Petrified Forest, 1938
-Four one act plays, summer session, 1938: Crabbed Youth and Age, Wanderlust, Everybody's Husband, and The Feast of the Holy Innocents
-Summer session plays, 1939: The Giants' Stair, Thank You, Doctor, Jacob Comes Home, and A Happy Journey
-You Can't Take It With You, 1939
-George and Margaret, 1939
-Arms and the Man, 1939
-Francesca Da Rimini, 1940
-What a Life, Bachelor Beware, Margin for Error, 1940
1941-1945 Missouri Workshop Playbills
-Tomorrow the World, 1941
-Missouri Workshop opening meeting, 22nd season
-Missouri Workshop's 20th Anniversary: George Washington Slept Here, The Beautiful People, The Contrast, and Gilbert & Sullivan Comic Opera, 1941
-The Tavern, A Comedy of Errors, 1941
-Missouri Workshop's 21st anniversary: My Sister Eileen, Claudia,Gilbert & Sullivan Comic Opera, and Arsenic and Old Lace, 1942
-The Sorcerer, Out of the Frying Pan, 1942
-Missouri Workshop, Ft. Leonard Wood, 1942: Fumed Oak and Sparkin'
-Life with Father, 1943
-Sunday Costs Five Pesos, 1944
-Junior Miss, 1944
-The 1944 intramural one act play contest: The Rescue, Among Us Girls, and The Bride
-MORE 1944 intramural one act play contest: No Curtain Calls and A Murder Has Been Arranged
-Over Twenty-One, 1945
-The Rivals, 1945
-Skin of Our Teeth, 1945
-Original play-writing contest, 1945: The Starling, The White Cat, The End of Desire, and The Great Dark
-The Hasty Heart, 1945
-The Skin of Our Teeth, Angel Street, and Dear Ruth, 1945
-Cox and Box, 1944; presented by the United States Army Aircorps 307th College Detachment, Squadron E

FF 3 - 1954-1959 Missouri Workshop and Summer Repertory Theatre Playbills
Includes related miscellaneous materials
-Lo and Behold, 1954
-Sparkin', 1954
-Staff and Crew list
-One act plays in the round, 1955: Twelve Pound Look, Moony's Kid Don't Cry, and The Boor
-Claudia, 1955
-Hope for the Best, 1955
-Wish You Were Here, 1955
-The Rainmaker, 1956
-Good Housekeeping, 1956
-The Male Animal, 1956
-The Late Christopher Bean, 1957
-Papa Is All, 1957
-The Family Man, 1957
-Kiss Me Kate, 1957
-Intramural Plays, 1957: The Byronic, Idols, Everyman, The Bad Penny, Undertow, The Betrayal, Extreme Unction, and Fog
-A Streetcar Named Desire, 1957
-Savitar Frolics, 1957: Organizational Difficulties, Dog-gone Savitar, Of Moose and Men, Calypso Carnival
-A Roomful of Roses, 1958
-Time out for Ginger, 1958
-The Potting Shed, 1958
-The Pajama Game, 1958
-Medea, 1958
-The River Line, 1958
-Original One-Act Plays, 1958: Get In or Get Out, The Artificial Reef, The Best Friend of Malinski, The Climbers, and The Review of O'Toole - Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1958
-Hobson's Choice, 1959
-Jenny Kissed Me, 1959
-Happy Time, 1959
-Original One-Act plays, 1959: Tristan, Moon Shadows, The Non-Conformist, Way Well Shown, and Costumes and Cards
-Intramural Plays, 1959: Mr. Roberts, Who Stand and Wait, Mary of Scotland, Act III; The Wonderhat, Nearer My God to Thee, and The Purple Doorknob

FF 4 - 1946-1953 Missouri Workshop Playbills
1946-1949 Missori Workshop Playbills:

-I Remember Mama, 1946
-An exhibit of contemporary scene and costume designs, 1946
-Green Grow the Lilacs, 1947
-The Glass Menagerie, 1947
-Missouri Workshop 1947-1948 season advertisement, includes parts of reviews for: State of the Union, I Remember Mama, Blithe Spirit, Green Grow the Lilacs, and Dear Ruth
-Joan of Lorraine, 1947
-Heartbreak House, 1948
-Life with Father, 1948
-Intramural one-act play contest, 1949: Welcome Home Bill and Minnie Fields
-Dark of the Moon, Winterset, 1949
-The Milky Way, 1949
-Missouri Workshop advertisement for its 28th season, 1949-1950
1950-1953 Missouri Workshop Playbills
-Hay Fever, 1950
-Margin for Error, 1950
-What A Life, 1950
-Missouri Legend, 1950
-The Show Off, 1950
-The Tavern, 1950
-A Comedy of Errors, 1950
-The Circle, 1950
-Missouri Workshop advertisement for its 29th season, 1950-1951
-John Loves Mary, 1951
-Goodbye, My Fancy, 1951
-Tonight at Twilight, 1951
-Ah, Wilderness,, 1951
-Billy Budd, 1951
-Missouri Workshop advertisement for its 31st season, 1952-53
-Hello Out There, 1952
-Lithuania, 1952
-Darkness at Noon, 1952
-An Enemy of the People, 1952
-The Madwoman of Chaillot, 1952
-Gramercy Ghost, 1952
-Out of the Frying Pan (advertisement and playbill)
-Tony Draws a Horse, 1953
-Iphigenia in Tauris, 1953
-Missouri Workshop advertisement for its 32nd season, 1953-1954

FF 4A - Playbills for Productions with George C. Scott, 1950
-The Winslow Boy, 03/14-18/1950
-The Traitor, 04/18-22/1950
-Laburnum Grove, 07/1950
-Two Blind Mice, 11/07-11/1950
-Shadow and Substance, 12/12-16/1950
Note to Researcher: See
Record Group 6 C, Sub-Group 44 for a folder concerning George C. Scott (C:6/38/7, Box 20, FF 23).

Series Two - Productions, 1960-1975

Box 1 (cont'd)

FF 5 - 1960-1963 Missouri Workshop Playbills

-Guys and Dolls, 1960
-Inherit the Wind, 1960
-Five original one-act plays, 1960: Easy Terms, Alma Ausente, Little Larry, Thursday Darke, and The Human Sacrifice
-The Loud Red Patrick, 1960
-Out of the Frying Pan, 1960
-Sophocles' Antigone, 1960
-One sheet description of the theater department and it's coming season, 1961
-The Miracle of Anguage, 1961 (A reading recital)
-Charley's Aunt, 1961
-The Mousetrap 1961
-Look Homeward, Angel, 1961
-Peer Gynt, 1961
-Dinny and the Witches, 1961
-Destry Rides Again
-Die Fledermaus, 1962
-The Lady's Not for Burning, 1962
-Bell, Book, and Candle, 1962
-The Tavern, 1962
-Who Was That Lady I Saw You With?, 1962
-Volpone or The Fox, 1962
-West Side Story, 1962
-La Perichole, 1963
-Androcles and the Lion, 1963
-Enchanted Cottage, 1963
-Angel Street, 1963
-The Doctor's Dilemma, 1963
-Journeys End in Lovers Meeting, 1963
-Endgame, 1963
-Savitar Frolics, 1963: Swinging on a Flagpole, Bottom's Up, Crystal Clean's Crass, Catastrophe or Will She or Won't She?, Speakin' Easy
-Bye Bye Birdie, 1963
-The Caucasian Calk Circle, 1963
-The Fantasticks, 1963

FF 6 - 1962 Missouri Workshop Playbills and Clippings
Includes newspaper clippings, reviews, and author visit materials.
-Bell, Book and Candle, 1962 (review)
-The Tavern, 1962 (review)
-The Liberation of Lord Byron Jones, visit to UMC by author, Jesse Hill Ford/

FF 7 - 1964-1967 Missouri Workshop and University Theatre Playbills
-Associate One Act Plays, 1964
-Hamlet, 1964
-Cosi Fan Tutte, 1964
-Mrs. McThing, 1964
-Right You Are (If You Think You Are), 1964
-Blithe Spirit, 1964
-The Glass Menagerie, 1964
-Ghosts, 1964
-The Curious Savage, 1964
-An Italian Straw Hat, 1964Mark Twain Missourian, 1964
-Waiting for Godot, 1964
-Original one-act plays, 1965: Death of an Itinerant Peacock, Keepers of the Spring, Verdrehe, Mail Call, Closetmush
-Everybody Loves Opal, 1965
-See How They Run, 1965
-The Madwoman of Chaillot, 1965
-Gypsy Baron, 1966
-Stop the World I Want to Get Off, 1966
-Mary Stuart, 1966
-Mary Mary, 1966
-The Boyfriend, 1966
-The Heiress, 1966(?)
-Tartuffe, 1966(?)
-Susannah, 1967(?)
-The Diary of Anne Frank, 1967(?)
-Thieves' Carnival, 1967
-Servant of Two Masters, 1967
-My Sweet Charlie, 1967
-The Visit, 1967

FF 8 - 1968-1969 Missouri Workshop, Summer Repertory Theatre, University Laboratory School and Studio Theater
Includes playbills, programs, advertisements, and banquet programs.
-The Show-Off
-Original one-act plays, 1968: Killroy Was Here, A Bang and a Whimper, In a Fine Frenzy Rolling
-Harvey
-George Washington Slept Here
-Oh What A Lovely War
-By George
-The Beggar's Opera
-Rover Youngblood
-Original one-act plays, 1969: The Maids, This is the Rill Speaking, The Dumbwaiter, The Conquest of Everest, Theater of the Soul
-Marriage of Figaro
-Dick Whittington and His Cat
-Playboy of the Western World
-State High School Drama Festival, 1969: This Property Is Condemned, Little Foxes, Not Enough Rope, The Maids, The Odd Couple, Beyond the Fringe--A Revue, The Diary of Anne Frank, Hello out There, Lovers (Part I, "Winners"), The Indian Wants the Bronx, See How They Run, The Crucible, Impromptu; Of Poems, Youth and Spring, Taming of the Shrew
-Original one-act plays, 1969: The Vigil, The Music Box, Fear to Bring Children
-The Imaginary Invalid, The Hostage, A Thousand Clowns

FF 9 - 1969-1970 University Theatre and Summer Repertory Theater
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, schedules, brochures, and advertisements.
-Parnassus reading hour program, 1969-1970
-Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?
-Night of the Iguana
-Studio Theater: Whole Wheat Bread and Jerome's Xmas Carol
-1970 American College Theater Festival Region VI Finals brochure, January 7-10, 1970
-Readers Theater, 1970: Nobody's Perfect, Charlie Brown; Little People's Liturgy; What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black
-Contemporary one-act plays, 1970: The Deaf, One World Is Worth A Thousand Hair Dryers, Put On Your Potato Jacket, The Dock Brief, The Lover
-The Dialogues of the Carmelites
-Hawthorne Festival Schedule, March 20-21, 1970
-The Comedy of Errors
-State High School Drama Festival schedule, May 1-2, 1970
-Original one-act plays, 1970: Afternoon for a Baptism, Fear of Falling Apples, The Bound of Eggs Breaking
-Summer Repertory Theater schedule, 1970: A Thurber Carnival, The Empire Builders, A Flea in Her Ear

FF 10 - 1968-1970 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements from The The Maneater and other local newspapers for Missouri Workshop, Summer Repertory and University Theatre Productions.
Note to Researcher: See Folders 8 and 9 for play listings.

FF 11 - 1969-1972 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for Missouri Workshop, summer Repertory and University Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folders 8, 9, 12, 12A and 14 for play listings.

FF 12 - 1970-1971 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Dinner Theater, Parnassus Reading Hour, Studio Stage, The University Children's Theater Class, Opera Productions Class, Readers Theater, Undergraduate Theater Association, and State High School Drama Festival
Includes playbills, programs, advertisements, news releases and schedules.
-An invitation to a wedding between Patricia Lee and David K. Lomax
-Christmas Carol
-Prometheus Bound: The Last Act of a Revolutionary Play and A Contemporary Comedy
-Rafferty One By One
-Rain
-Man of La Mancha
-An Evening of Improvisations
-Variations in Living Color
-The Indian Wants the Bronx
-The Lure of the Limerick
-Theater study at Missouri, Degree programs brochures
-Hemingway: A Man as Writer
-She Stoops to Conquer
-A Disposal and Spoon River Anthology
-Dylan & Co.
-An evening of one-act plays, 1971: Act Without Words I and II, and Winners
-Missouri Legend
-A New Media
-The Gods Want Sugar Smacks
-Rufus the Fox (Children's Theater)
-The Mikado
-Masque of Reason
-Because Going Nowhere Takes a Long Time
-Moby Dick
-High School Drama Festival, 1971: The Chalk Garden, Lovers, Joe Egg, No Exit,The Miracle Worker, The Apollo of Bellac, Star Spangled Girl, Gammer Gurton's Needle, Comings and Goings, and The Zoo Story
-Original short plays, 1971: Above the Fire, The Knight-Mare's Nest, Bag
-Portrait of a Prosecution
-Final directing scenes cast lists, 1971: Love's The Best Doctor, Spring's Awakening, The Adding Machine, The Beggar's Opera, Breasts of Tiresias, Camille, Beaux Stratagem, The Royal Hunt of the Sun, In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer, The Dream of The Butterfly, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Medea, The Duchess of Malfi, and The Cenci
-Dinner Theater, 1971: The Fantasticks, You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running, No Mother to Guide Her, and The Serpent
-Summer Repertory schedule: The Country Wife, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, and The Waltz of the Toreadors

FF 12A - 1970-1971 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Parnassus Reading Hour, Children's Theater
Includes programs, advertisements, news releases, cast lists, audition timetables, photographs, and Missouri Alumnus Magazine.
-Missouri Alumnus, September-October, 1970
-A Streetcar Named Desire
-4 photographs, cast members, unidentified
-Taming of the Shrew
-Stop the World, I Want to Get Off
-Lewis a Clark Golden Palace staging: Egad, What a Cad! and Curse You, Jack Dalton!
-Caesar and Cleopatra
-Miss Julie
-Children's Theater: Sir Aladdin and The Arabian Knight
-One-act play: The Meal
-Death of a Salesman
-Teddy Bears Never Mate in Captivity, Plotters, and I Bring You Flowers
-Hemingway, A Man As Writer
-Complexity in All Things: The Poetry of W. H. Auden
-One-act plays: I Hope You're Feeling Better and Song of the Piper
-Man Ties Man in Knots
-American College Theater Festival performance: As You Like It
-Finian's Rainbow
-One-act plays: A Message From Cougar and Crawling Arnold
-Rhinoceros

FF 13 - 1970-1971 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Children's Theater, Studio Stage, and Summer Repertory Theatre productions from The Maneater and other area newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See folders 12 and 12A for play listings.

FF 14 - 1971-1972 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Dinner Theatre and High School Evaluative Speech Festival
Includes playbills, programs, brochures, advertisements, manuals, and news releases -Missouri Legend
-Manual for Missouri High Schools Evaluative Speech Festival
-Hemingway, A Man As Writer
-Dream Play
-As You Like It
-Original one-act plays: I Hope You're Feeling Better and Song of the Piper - A Message from Cougar
-Crawling Arnold
-Rhinoceros
-Cultural events calendar, 1971-1972
-She Stoops to Conquer
-The Taming of the Shrew, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Stop the World I Want to Get Off,
-Columbia College Dinner Theatre, with MU students; I Do! I Do!, Luv, Celebration, and The Drunkard
-High School Speech Evaluation Festival list, 1972
-State High School Drama Festival list: Butterflies Are Free, Once Upon A Playground, The Boy In The Basement, Julius Caesar - Act III, Summertree, Objective Case, Midsummer Night's Dream, Offending the Audience, Viet Rock, and The Owl -An evening of one-acts: Alpha Plus Is Dying, The Labors of Charlie, Once More From The Beginning, A Day for Surprises, A Pretty Row of Pretty Ribbons, Landscape, and Surveillance
-Aladdin, The Arabian KnightWomen in Literature
-UMC Opera Production Class: The Bartered Bride
-Caesar and Cleopatra
-Shh, It's Everywhere, It's Everywhere
-Death of a Salesman
-Original one-act plays: I Bring You Flowers, Plotters, and Teddy Bears Never Mate in Captivity, 1972 contest winners

FF 15 - 1972-1973 University Theatre, Parnassus, Students Theatre, and Department of Speech and Dramatic Art
Includes playbills, programs, cast lists, booklets, correspondence, newsletters, news releases and advertisements
-Evaluative Speech Festival Manual for Missouri High Schools, 1972-1973
-Is Nothing Sacred?
-Tutubals Children
-Steambath
-Man Is the Measure
-Self-Accusation
-The Rich and the Poor, Parnassus Reading Hour
-Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights
-Guidelines for the Gentry Hall performance space, 1972
-Department of Speech and Dramatic Art description booklet, 1972-1973
-A Delicate Balance
-La Ronde
-A Cry of Players
-Cultural events (newsletter)
-Something for everyone, activities at UMC, 1972-1973
-American College Theatre Festival Certificate of Appreciation to UMC and advertisement

FF 16 - 1973 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, Parnassus Reading Hour, High School Drama Festival, Hawthorn Festival, Original One-Act Plays Columbia College Dinner Theatre (with a UMC director), American College Theatre Festival, Missouri State High School Speech Festival Studio Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, newsletters, correspondence and cast lists.
-The Little Theatre Bulletin, July 1973
-Bury the Dead
-Godspell
-Missouri State High School Activities Association, State Speech Festival list
-Columbia College Dinner Theatre, with a UMC director: Cabaret, Dames at Sea, Generation, Feiffer's People
-American College Theatre Festival: An afternoon of scenes
-A Delicate Balance
-Back-Alley Opera: Archie and Mehitabel
-Original one-act plays: The Therapy, A Color for Cassandra's Dream and Wake
-The Tender Land
-Parnassus: Two Sides of Shaw
-What the Butler Saw
-Hawthorn Festival list
-Directing scenes: He to Hecuba and The Plough and the Stars
-The Meeting of the Company (or Baye's Art of Acting)
-Directing scenes: Kelp and Peter Quill
-Arms and the Man and This is the Rill Speaking
-This Way To the Tomb, A Masque
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival: This is the Rill Speaking, Giant's Stair, The American Dream, Plaza Suite, Next, The Interview
-American Hurrah, Wandering, The Apollo of Bellac, Games, and Flowers for Algernon
-Situations, a multimedia dance drama
-Parnassus: The Poets New PoetsTopography of a Nude
-Hunger and Thirst and The School for Scandal
-The School for Wives
-Studio Theatre: Rock 'N' Roll
-The King and the Cup
-A Cry of Players

FF 17 - 1972-1973 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for the University Theatre and Summer Repertory Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folders 14, 15, and 16 for play listings.

FF 18 - 1973-1974 University Theater, Summer Repertory Theatre, and Studio Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, publicity, news releases, cast lists, correspondence, theatre newsletters.
-A View from the Bridge
-The Killer
-That Means You (one-act play)
-At the Hawk's Well
-The Bedbug
-Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
-The Pirates of Penzance
-Chamber Music (one-act play)
-Electra - from the play by Sophocles
-Missouri State High School State Speech Festival listings
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival listings: The Toyshop War, Where Have All the Lightning Bugs Gone?, 13 Clocks, Games, Alice in Wonderland, Hope Is the Thing with Feathers, Harvey, The Babies, The Farce of the Worthy Master, and I Never Sang for My Father
-Happy Ending
-The Birthday Party
-1974 Hawthorn Festival schedule
-Aftermath
-Central Region Theatre Festival roster of participants
-American College Theatre Festival Poster
-Wasted: An Evening in the Theater
-Hotel Baltimore
-1974 Summer Repertory Theatre Season Flyer
-Summer Repertory rehearsal schedule
-365 Days: A Dramatization
-16 crayon drawings and thank you letters from grade school children to Mrs. Norwood and Dr. Jorns
-Original one-act plays: There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe, Braille, and Bandages
-Original one-act readings: Jezebelle and Shaper Desprey's Talking to You
-Cosi Fan Tutte
-Line
-Out At Sea
-After Margritte
-Studio Theatre one-acts: Home Fires and Christopher Columbus
-Hipploytus
-Ring Round the Moon
-Company Favorites Revue
-1974 Season, Summer Repertory Theatre program
-Theatre Arts at Cornell University program
-Brecht on Brecht

FF 18A - 1973-1974 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 18 for play listings.

FF 19 - 1974-1975 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, correspondence, and cast lists; plus a personal postcard.
-Let George Do It (Children's Theatre)
-1975 Summer Repertory Theatre season flyer
-1975 Summer Repertory Theatre season schedule
-The Labyrinth
-The Ruffian on the Stair
-Fledermaus
-The Hangman
-Original one-acts: Conjugal Rites, Alfred Was Dead to Begin With
-Rock 'N' Roll
-The Dark Well Phenomenon
-The Informer
-Much Ado About Nothing
-The Magic Realists
-Missouri state High School Speech Festival listing
-Missouri state High School Drama Festival listing: Out at Sea, Plaza Suite, A Pair of Lunatics, The Murder of Lidice, Comings and Goings, The Big Black Box, Madwoman of Chaillot, Adaptation, This is the Rill Speaking, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds
-Reynard the Fox (Children's Theatre)
-1975 Summer season Repertory Theatre program
-Graduate Newsletter, January 1975
-The Me Nobody Knows
-Who's Happy Now?
-Scenes from Shakespeare
-The Madness of Lady Bright
-The Physicists
-Kiss Me Kate
-Auditions: 7:30
-Sweet Master Shakespeare
-Encore! Cultural Events calendar, 1974-75
-Graduate Newsletter, September 1974

FF 19A - 1974-1975 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See folder 19 for play listings.

Series Three - Productions, 1976-1983

Box 2

FF 20 - 1975-1976 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre

Includes playbills, programs, news letters, correspondence, cast lists and Christmas cards.
-Graduate Newsletter, November 1976
-1976 season Summer Repertory Theatre flyer
-Raynard the Fox (Children's Theatre)
-Hamlet, Selected scenes from Shakespeare's Tragedy; "Some must watch, some must weep . . ."
-When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?
-The White Whore and the Bit Player
-Calm Down Mother
-The Crucible
-UMC Singers program
-Hawthorn Festival schedule
-Original one-act plays: Four Play, The Minstrel Show, and Final Play
-Boy Meets Girl
-The Lesson
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival listing: Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf, Childhood, Joan at the Stake, Doing a Good one for the Red Man - Adaptation, The Witness, Home: or Future Soap, Box and Cox, Game
-Should I Get Married, Should I Be Good?
-Let George Do It (Children's Theatre)
-Celebration
-Missouri State High School Speech Festival listing
-1976 Season, UMC Summer Repertory Theatre program
-Recipients of the Ph.D. Degree in Theatre listing
-The Newsletter of the Oregon Shakespearean Festival, Fall-Winter 1975
-6 RMS RIV VU
-Abelard and Heloise
-Witness
-The Three Cuckolds
-The Still Alarm
-The Flight of the Dodo
-The Father
-Lysistrata
-An Improvisational Evening
-A Thurber Carnival
-Under Milk Wood
-American Theatre Association, Theatre News, August, 1975
-American Theatre Association, Annual convention Preliminary Program, 1975

FF 2OA - 1975-1976 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for the University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 20 for play listings.

FF 21A - 1976-1977 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, cast lists, news releases, correspondence, publicity and Christmas cards.
-Birdbath
-Tom Paine (Includes Director's Note)
-The Brute
-Our Town (Midland Lutheran College - UMC director)
-Trudi and the Minstrel
-The Maids
-Interview from America Hurrah!
-Picnic (includes director's note)
-Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill
-Bringing It All Back Home

FF 21B - 1976-1977 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, cast lists, news releases brochures, schedules and correspondence.
-1977 Summer Repertory Theatre Season program
-The Elephant Calf
-1977 Summer Repertory Theatre season brochure
-1977 Summer Repertory Theatre season schedule
-Biedermann and the Firebugs
-The Dumb Waiter
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival listing: Out Cry, Ride A Rainbow, Bridal Night, The Real Inspector Hound, Waiting for Lefty, An American Sunset, Stuff 'N Nonsense, Indians, Story Theatre, The Indian Wants the Bronx, Schubert's Last, Serenade
-The Serpent
-The Medium
-The Ultimate Grammar of Life
-Celebration
-The Theatre of Asia (Lecture)
-The Apple Tree
-The Mad Dog Blues
-This is the Rill Speaking
-John Brown's Body (with director's notes)

FF 21C - 1976-1977 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for the University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folders 12A and 12B for play listings.

FF 22 - 1977-1978 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, correspondence, cast lists, programs, brochures, news releases and Christmas cards.
-Marat Sade
-Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay
-Woyzeck
-The Happy Haven
-The Lady from the Sea
-Barefoot in the Park
-Wedding invitation, Brenda Kay and Dean Wesley
-American Theatre Association Annual Convention program
-Company
-God
-Caucasian Chalk Circle
-Home
-The Sea Horse
-MSA activities calendar
-Dutchman
-1978 Summer Repertory Theatre brochure
-UMC Dancers in Concert: Forebodings, Disco Fever, Shakespeare's Lovers, English Country Dancers, Processional and Jig, The Warmth of the Sun, A Distant Hope, The Dargason and Greensleeves, and "I Got Rhythm" variations
-Missouri State High School Speech Festival listing
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival listing: Beyond, Grammer Gurton's Needle, The Crucible, The Storm, Early Frost, Riders to the Sea, Where Have All the Lightning Bugs Gone?, Luv, The Ant and the Grasshopper, Kennedy's Children, Voices, and Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?
-Hell Fire II: Mime, Laser, Light, Sound
-Alice in Wonderland
-Lou Gehrig Did Not Die of Cancer
-Endgame
-Halloween
-The Harriette Ann Gray Dance Company, including program: Rite, Dance Cartoons, Commix, Dance Collection and Jazz QuartetTenesmus
-Cowboys #2
-Successful Life of 3
-Dear Liar
-1978 Summer Repertory Theatre Season program
-1978 Summer Repertory Theatre Season schedule flyer

FF 22A - 1977-1978 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 22 for play listings.

FF 23 - 1978-1979 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, correspondence, Missouri Alumnus, brochure and a wedding invitation.
-1978 Summer Repertory Theatre season program
-The Homecoming
-Pippin
-Toys in the Attic
-1979 Summer Repertory Theatre season program
-The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon MarigoldsA Thurber Carnival
-Company
-Tango
-Tira Tells Everything There Is to Tell About Herself
-The American Dream
-I Am A Woman
-Spoon River Anthology
-The Man of Destiny
-Bacchae
-The Veldt
-Pas D'Action (Dance Production)
-The Lady's Not for Burning
-The Comedy of Errors
-1979 Summer Repertory Theatre season brochure
-The Mousetrap
-The Real Inspector Hound
-Aesop's Falables
-The Bald Soprano
-UMC Dancers in Concert, April 22, 1979: Divertimento, Joy, Earthwords, Metallic Symphony, Tap Favorites, and Les Etudiants
-Double Feature: Here We Are and Two Desperate Men
-Missouri Alumnus, January-February 1979
-The Great Nebula in Orion
-1979 Summer Repertory schedule
-Summer Repertory Theatre company list
-1979 Season Summer Repertory Theatre program
-An Evening with Mark Twain
-Maplewood Barn Theatre's summer season list: Annie Get Your Gun, Twelfth Night, Oliver, and The Wizard of Oz (no cast listed)
-Finian's Rainbow

FF 23A - 1978-1979 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for the University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 22 for play listings.

FF 24 - 1979-1980 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, correspondence, cast lists, schedules, invitations, brochures and financial report.
-Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down
-1980 Summer Repertory Theatre season program
-1980 Summer Repertory Theatre season schedule
-1979 Summer Repertory Theatre season schedule
-1979 Summer Repertory Theatre season program
-Artibus, Winter, 1980The Wax Museum
-Scene from an American Life
-Romeo and Juliet
-Barefoot in the Park
-The Manhattan Tour
-Feiffer's People
-Cabaret
-A Life in the Theatre
-Night Must Fall
-Missouri State High School Speech Festival listing
-Chamber Music
-Summer and Smoke
-Jesse and the Bandit Queen
-Suppressed Desires
-Happy Birthday Wanda June
-The Balcony
-The Long Goodbye
-Phaedra
-Infancy
-Antigone
-And You Thought All We Could Do Was Dance
-UMC dancer in concert: Pas De Quatre, The Hickman High School Pop Choir, A Dream of Homecoming, Ballernazz, Cakewalk Strut, Movement on Movement; Lights, Camera, Action
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival: The Insanity of Mary Girard, The Rainy Afternoon; Please, No Flowers; Riders to the Sea, Good Evening, Red Carnations, The Shadow Box, Comings and Goings, Lovers: Winners and Losers, The Duck Variations, After Midnight - Before Dawn, The Interview, Helenals Husband
-Liars Day
-Final directing scenes: Sleeping Beauty, Tartuffe (Act IV), Title Go, Souls at Sea, Saturday Supplement, A Marriage Proposal, The Enchanted (Act III), Desire Under the Elms, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Overtones, Halloween

FF 24A - 1979-1980 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See folder 24 for play listings.

FF 25 - 1980-1981 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, schedules, cast lists, brochures, news releases, and correspondence.
-Music of Britain - The Fifth Annual Chancellor's Festival of Music
-Artibus Calendar, Fall 1980
-Missouri Repertory Theatre, 1980-1981 winter program
-Artibus, Fall 1980
-Toys in the Attic
-Madrigal Dinner
-Uncommon Women and Others
-Pippin'
-What the Butler Saw
-Jack, or The Submission
-Dance recital: Camp Meeting, Alien, Kaleido-Wheel, Funkin', La Salle De Bains Mechanique, Expressions, Beredipities, Movement on Movement, Soul Ballet, Jester's Jestures, Salutation to the Dawn, Jazz Composite, Sunday and Sister Jones, Take Off With Us
-Miss in Her Teens, or the Medley of Lovers
-Liars' Day
-Artibus Calendar, Winter 1981
-Bartlemew Fair
-A Plover Blooms in the Spring
-Arms and the Man
-The Trysting Place
-Mid-America Theatre Conference Newsletter, January, 1981
-Only Ten Minutes to Buffalo
-Rimers of Eldritch
-A Separate Place
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival: Ralph Roister Doister, This Property Is Condemned, And Jack Fell Down, Night With Guests, Theatre 1, The Lovers in Midsummer, The Duck Variation, Big Bur, American Hurrah
- The Interview, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds, The Interview, Tribute, and Stage Directions
-Missouri state High School Speech Festival listing
-Wedding invitation: Mary Molly Moroney and Robert Warren Smith
-UMC Dancers in concert: Songs of Love, Trois Danses De Salutation, Jazzin' in the Gym, Mostly Jazz, Sweet Georgia Brown, Take off With Us, Munecas De Trapo and The Stoneflower
-Reading Hour: To Read or Not to Read
-Spectrum, March 5, 1981
-Anything Goes
-An Almost Solo Dance Concert, by Jon Manlove
-An Evening With Mark Twain, by Michael Mauldin
-A Hannibal, Missouri brochure
-1981 Summer Repertory Theatre season program
-1981 Summer Repertory Theatre season brochure
-1981 Summer Repertory Theatre season schedule

FF 25A - 1980-1981 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions in The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 25 for play listings.

FF 26A - 1981-1982 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, cast lists, correspondence, brochures, and schedules.
-Do You Know the Milky Way?
-Comedia
-The Veldt
-The Merry Wives of Windsor
-Spectrum, special issue, cultural events, 1981-1982
-Missouri State High School Speech Festival program
-UMC Dancers in Concert: Theme and Variations, They "Eyes" Have it, Frost - Harbinger of Winter, Hot Jam the Classics, Westward Ho!, Spring, and From Broadway
-Teatro in Italiano: Cose Di Questo Paradiso
-The Zoo Story
-The SIIS (Southwestern Insurance Information Service) Perspective, April 1982
-Mid-America Theatre Conference Newsletter, April 1982
-The Black Theatre Workshop in: Rituals
-Going-Ape
-A Musical Revue by Strouse
-Michael Mauldin in An Evening With Mark Twain

FF 26B - 1981-1982 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, cast lists, correspondence, brochures, and schedules.

-The Woolgatherer
-Princess -Buck 'N' The System
-Grease
-Vanities
-The Lover
-Sexual Perversity in Chicago
-To Be Young, Gifted and Black
-The Rainmaker
-The Place Where the Mammals Die
-Prometheus
-Department of Speech and Dramatic Art 1981-82 season schedule
-1981 Summer Repertory Theatre season brochure
-1981 Summer Repertory Theatre season schedule
-1982 Summer Repertory Theatre season schedule
-1982-83 University Theatre attendance
-SRT 1980 Estimated Budget
-SRT 1981 Estimated Budget
-1982 Summer Repertory Theatre attendance totals
-SRT 1982 Budget
-1981-82 Proposed Publicity Budget
-1982 Summer Repertory Theatre season program

FF 26C - 1981-1982: Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisement for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folders 26A and 26B for play listings.

FF 27 - 1982-1983 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, correspondence, cast lists, brochures, and schedules.
-The Curious Savage
-On Golden Pond
-1982-1983 season program
-South Pacific
-The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds
-Mileage
-A Refrigerator for Infinity,
-This Property Is Condemned
-Times are Changin'
-Moon Children
-Father Rafferty's Confession
-The Crucible
-The Doctor in Spite of Himself
-27 Wagons Full of Cotton
-Can I Speak For You Brother?
-Missouri State High School Drama Festival: Fools, Families, In the Zone, Luv, And Jack Fell Down, Perspective, I Never Saw Another Butterfly, The Miracle Worker, The Actor's Nightmare, Once Upon a Playground, I Know I Saw Gypsies
-God's Trombones
-Video-syncrasies!
-Suzanne Grace: Movement and Music; Perpetua: An Evening of Contemporary Music and Dance -UMC Dancers In Concert: A Program of Modern, Ballet and Jazz Dance
-The Third Annual Radio-Television-Film Festival
-Final Scenes in advanced directing class: The Importance of Being Ernest, The Elephant Calf, The Birthday Party, The Memorandum, The Paranormal Review, Cowboys #2, The Glass Menagerie, and A Fable
-Interactions
-Stories for the Stage: Hills Like White Elephants, The Little Trick, Good Country People, and Childhood
-Album
-Seduced
-The Dreamcatcher
-Taken in Marriage
-For Once, Then, Something
-The Dreamer Not The Dream
-Beyond Therapy

FF 27A - 1982-1983 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 27 for play listings.

Series Four - Productions, 1984-1991

Box 3

FF 28 - 1983-1984 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, cast lists, correspondence, brochures, schedules, and flyers.
-1984 Summer Repertory Theatre season program
-ACTF-PAC (American College Theatre Festival, Playwriting Awards Committee), Spring, 1984
-A Mid-American Shakespeare Chataqua (brochure on a Shakespeare festival)
-Lone Star and Private Wars (Boone Tavern Dinner Theatre)
-The 5th Annual Chancellor's Festival of Music program
-Mid-America Theatre Conference Newsletter, January 1984
-1983 Summer Repertory Theatre schedule
-1983/84 University Theatre program
-Eleven-Zulu
-Congressman Harold L. Volkmer's May 1984 brochure, includes recognition of the cast of Eleven-Zulu for winning award at the American College Theatre Festival. (includes photo)
-No, No, Nannette
-J.B.
-She Stoops To Conquer
-They're Playing our Song
-And Miss Reardon Drinks
-The Wedding Band
-Bedroom Farce
-Bus Stop (sign and brochure only)

FF 28A - 1983-1984 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 28 for play listings.

FF 29 - 1984-1985 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, publicity, correspondence, news releases, brochures, audition announcements, photograph, and finances.
-Lu Ann Hampton Laverty Oberlander
-Annie
-Daughters
-'Tis Pity She's A Whore
-Striver's Row
-Rituals
-Summer Repertory Theatre program, includes: Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The Dining Room, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
-1985 Summer Repertory Theatre brochure
-Missouri Association of Community Arts Agencies newsletter, Fall, 1984 Spectrum, Cultural Events Issue, 1984-1985
-Photograph: Sama Swaminathan, Manager of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Speaker at Rhynsburger Theater
-Congressman Harold L. Volkmer's May 1984 newsletter; includes photo of the cast of Eleven-Zulu
-Summer Repertory Theatre inaugural program, June 5th to August lst, 1969 - brochure

FF 29A - 1984-1985 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 29 for play listings.

FF 30 - 1985-1986 University Theatre and Summer Repertory Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, publicity plans, correspondence, brochures, schedules, and audition announcements.
-The Dining Room
-Cleavage
-Play the Flip Side
-La Discreta Enamorada (In Love Yet Discreet) -Program for The Eleventh Siglo De Oro (Golden Age) Drama Festival: includes the UMC play La Discreta Enamorada, March 1986
-Tambourines to Glory
-Agnes of God
-1985-1986 University Theatre season brochure
-Tom Berenger news clippings
-Amy Hunt news clipping
-Toni Hood news clippings and photo
-Birth announcement for Matthew Alexander Dunn, son of Kevin and Jerry Dunn
-A Christmas Carol
-Summer Repertory Theatre, 1986 program includes: Chicago, Fifth of July, Twelfth Night
-1986 Summer Repertory Theatre brochure

FF 30A - 1985-1986 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisement for University Theatre and Summer Repertory Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 30 for play listings.

FF 31 - 1986-1987 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre Studio Theatre, and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, correspondence, publicity, brochures, schedules, and audition announcements.
-Wake up to Missouri, 1987 Travel Guide
-1986-1987 University Theatre season brochure
-1986-1987 Season Columbia Entertainment Company program
-The Diviners
-The Importance of Being Ernest
-True West
-1987 Summer Repertory Theatre season program: Stop the World, I Want to Get Off; The Miss Firecracker Contest, and Foxfire
-1987 SRT schedule brochure
-Summer 1987, Maplewood Barn Theatre program
-"Arts '87" program, by the Arts Resource Council of Columbia

FF 31A - 1986-1987 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folder 30 for play listings.

FF 32A - 1987-1988 University Theatre and Summer Repertory Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, publicity, news releases, correspondence, audition announcements, brochures, and schedules
-The University of Missouri Department of Theatre Newsletter, February, 1988
-Brochure: An Affair of the Arts: two weeks of art, April 11-24
-Superior Graduate Achievement Award program
-Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistants, 1987-1988 program
-Hardship and Hope: Heroines in Life and Art
-Burt Reynold's Jupiter Theatre program
-College of Arts and Science Faculty, Student, Alumni Banquet program: features Tom Berenger
-A conversation with Tom Berenger, February 26 (flyer)
-Glasgow Community Theatre program: River Bound
-Stop the World, I Want to Get Off
-Breaking the Prairie Wolf Code
-Five photographs of horse drawn wagon reading: College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri-Columbia
-Missouri Alliance for Arts Education newsletter, Winter, 1988
-Arts 188, program from the Arts Resource Council of Columbia

FF 32B - 1987-1988 University Theatre Season Brochures
-Spectrum, Cultural Events Issue, 1987-1988
-Three photographs: horse and wagon with sign promoting the play "Breaking the Prairie Wolf Code"
-Uncle Jack
-Photograph: Ezra Stone, actor and director, teaches workshop at the Drama School (Biography included)
-Photograph: Sara Seeger, actress, gives workshop at UMC (Biography included)
-Six Characters in Search of an Author
-A Soldier's Play
-Attendance statistics for Summer Repertory Theater 1988
-Summer 1988, Maplewood Barn Theatre program
-Newsletter - Arts calendar; Capital City Council on the Arts, 1988
-Regency Club, Spring 1988: First National Band and Trust Company newsletter
-Summer Repertory Theater 1988, 20th anniversary celebration brochure

FF 32C - 1987-1988 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre and Maplewood Barn Theatre productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folders 32A and 32B for play listings.

FF 33A - 1990-1991 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Corner Playhouse and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, publicity, brochures, schedules, audition announcements, correspondence, and requests for approval to place table tents on campus dining services tables.
-Four Photographs: Advertising 1990-1991 University Theatre season on the wall of Daniel Boone Regional Library
-The Boys Next Door
-Photograph: man and girl (The Boys Next Door?)
-Beyond Therapy
-Hello Dolly!
-Reckless
-Photograph: unknown woman, possibly interpreter for Reckless

FF 33B - 1990-1991 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, Corner Playhouse and Maplewood Barn Theatre
Includes playbills, programs, news releases, publicity, and brochures.
-Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
-Grease
-The Rimers of Eldritch
-Les Liaisons Dangereuses
-Sea Marks
-Stags and Hens
-Moon on a Rainbow Shawl
-In My Father's House
-On Tidy Endings
-1990-1991 University Theatre season brochure

FF 33C - 1990-1991 Newspaper Clippings
Includes reviews and advertisements for University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, and Corner Playhouse productions from The Maneater and other local newspapers.
Note to Researcher: See Folders 33A and 33B for play listings.

FF 34 - 1992-1996 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, and Corner Playhouse
Includes playbills, season programs, and brochures.

FF 35 - 1997-1999 University Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre, and Corner Playhouse
Includes playbills, season programs, publicity, and brochures.

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