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Central City Opera Festival


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Box 13: Clippings, 1956-1957

 File — Box: M123.0013
Identifier: M123.04.0013
Abstract This box contains (2) file folders with clippings.
Dates: 1956-1957

Box 253: Production and Event Files, 1990-1991

 File — Box: M123.0253
Identifier: M123.06.0253
Abstract This box contains photographs, programs, print material, and other documents pertaining to productions and events from 1990-1991. Events included are luncheons and dinners, galas, Operalogue, Fashion Show, Yellow Rose Ball, and press parties. Productions include: Cosi Fan Tutte (1990), La Traviata (1990), The Merry Widow (1990), Die Fledermaus (1991), Romeo and Juliet (1991), and Tosca (1991). All materials are not available for every performance, photographs consist of both performances and...
Dates: 1990-1991

Box 278: Negatives, 1954

 File — Box: M123.0278
Identifier: M123.03.0278
Abstract This box contains approximately 350 negatives from the Central City Opera festival taken during various social events, productions, and candid images of CCOHA affiliates from the 1954 festival season. Negatives were found in the CCOHA offices, when rehoused any information pertaining to image was transfered onto the sleeve handwritten in pencil. Images may or may not exist in printed form elsewhere in the collection and images may or may not represent every event from the season.
Dates: 1954

Box 317: Set Model for 'Die Fledermaus', 1949-1999

 File — Box: M123.0317
Identifier: M123.05.0317
Abstract This box contains model for the set design for the CCOHA production of 'Die Fledermaus' from an unknown festival year. Set design was found in the CCOHA offices and is the only model set deisgn in the collection.
Dates: 1949-1999

The Critique, 1948 July 22

Identifier: M123.02.0395.0013.00004
Abstract Program from the Central City Opera House Association production of "The Critique", a feature of the annual Central City Play Festival. The Critique is an informal, unrehearsed panel discussion featuring distinguished experts of national reown in the entertainment world.

The Panel includes: Virgil Thomson, Madge Skelly, Martha Scott, Howard Taubman, Gypsy Rose Lee, and George Somnes (Moderator)
Dates: 1948 July 22