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Central City Opera Festival

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Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

Box 313: Miscellaneous Designs, 1932-1976

 File — Box: M123.0313
Identifier: M123.05.0313
Overview This box contains miscellaneous set and costume design from various artists who were affiliated with the CCOHA from 1932-1976. Designs were found in the CCOHA offices and housed with like items.
Dates: 1932-1976

Costume Design for 'Clarinetist', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00008
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Clarinetist holding who was portrayed by Alan Olmstead. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha / Clarinetist / Alan Olmstead.'
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Clarinetist', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00009
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Bag piper playing bag pipes who was portrayed by Louis Schoer. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha / Bag Piper / Louis Schoer' with fabic samples attached to front of image
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Fernando's Soldiers', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0002.00009
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the character portraying the Fernando's Soldiers (ten male performers) during the 1947 festival season at the Central City Opera House production of 'Fidelio'.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Guards in Hunting Scene', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00014
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the characters Guards in the Hunting Scene (two men) wearing a coat, three corner hat and slim fitting pants with knee high boots. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha,' 2 Guards in Hunting Scene, Baber, Axton, Coat, Pants'
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Harriet's 3 Lackeys', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00017
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for Harriet's Lackeys (three male performers) wearing a button up red collared waistcoat. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha,' Harriet's 3 Lackey's, Sidebottom, Massey, Louis Schoen, Wigs, Gloves.'
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Hunters', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00011
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Hunters (nine men) wearing a belted coat and slim fitting pants with knee high boots. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha / Hunters' with fabric samples attached to matting.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Hunting Lackeys', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00012
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Hunting Lackeys (four men; Sidebottom, Massey, Louis Schoen, D. Nilson) wearing a coat, top hat and and slim fitting pants with knee high boots. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha / Hunting Lackeys, Sidebottom, Massey, Louis Schoen, D. Nilson' with fabric samples attached to matting.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Huntresses', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00016
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the Huntresses costumes (nine femals) wearing a floor length belted red coat holding a riding crop. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha,' 9 (8 crossed out) Huntresses, Morrie, Mermer, Blackmore, Juden, Starr, Massey, Finderberg, Grewell, Teetets, Roth, Copley (11) Greer, Turner.''
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Medicine Man', 1947

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00003
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Medicine Man who was portrayed by the an unnown performer. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha / costume, Medicine Man, John Karns.' Fabric samples and color swatches attached to front of image.
Dates: 1947