The Dance Archive "Festival Caravan" Oral History Project
This collection contains oral histories conducted by the Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library for the 2017 annual project "Festival Caravan." Interviews include Buddy Butler, Frederick Glick, the Lowenstein family, Schyleen Qualls, and Cleo Parker Robinson. It also contains copies of the documentary created for the 2017 annual meeting, "Festival Caravan." In 2019, the Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library rebranded as The Dance Archive.
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Biographical / Historical
Festival Caravan was a summer program ran by the Bonfils Theatre from 1973 to 1985 in Denver. The festival was created by Henry Lowenstein, producer for the Bonfils Theatre. It focused on bringing arts to the communities of Denver, performing a variety of acts including theater, music, and vaudeville on a portable stage in parks. The Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library conducted oral histories with individuals involved in Festival Caravan for their 2017 Annual Project.
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Scope and Contents
This collection contains oral histories on DVD, oral history release forms, and copies of the documentary "Festival Caravan."
This collection is arranged in (3) series: Release Forms, Oral Histories, and Documentary.
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