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Dramatists

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Arthur Laurents for 'The Time of the Cuckoo', 1953

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0085.0008.00008
Overview Black and white photograph of Arthur Laurents, the playwright of the 1953 festival production of 'The Time of the Cuckoo' at the Central City Opera House.

Etching of W. Somerset Maugham

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Identifier: M123.03.0056.0003.00004
Overview Etched portrait of W. Somerset Maugham, a playwright who wrote 'The Constant Wife' which the Central City Opera performed in 1951.

Ferril, Thomas, 1958

 File
Identifier: M123.03.0044.0017
Overview Biographical information about Thomas Ferril, a playwright with the Central City Opera. In 1957 the Denver Post announced they would be holding a contest for a play written about the events surrounding the discovery of gold in the Pikes Peak Region. Thomas Ferril's play, '...And Perhaps Happiness' was the winner and was produced during the 1958 season at Central City.

Mae West, 1947 June 21

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0022.00012
Overview Mae West (8-17-1893 to 11-22-1980) Actress, singer, playwright and sex symbol whose career spanned seven decades, with appearances in radio, tv and many movies.

Mae West

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0022.00013
Overview Mae West (8-17-1893 to 11-22-1980) Actress, singer, playwright and sex symbol whose career spanned seven decades, with appearances in radio, tv and many movies.

Mary Chase

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Identifier: M123.03.0040.0008.00001
Overview Portrait of Mary Chase, a playwright who's work, 'Harvey' and 'Mrs. McThing', was produced by the Central City Opera.

Mary Coyle Chase Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M125
Overview

Mary Coyle Chase (1907-1981) wrote plays as well as two novels for children. She became an author in Denver after working as a reporter for the Rocky Mountain News for 14 years. Her most beloved play was Harvey, a fantasy of a convivial tippler and his imaginary six foot white rabbit named Harvey, which won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1945. Harvey was a huge success on Broadway and later as a movie starring James Stewart. The printed version is available in nearly every language.

Molly Newman for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-newman
Overview Molly Newman discusses her experience in the theater world in Colorado. Newman served as "Playwright in Residence" at the Denver Center Theater Company after training as an actress at the University of Denver. Newman was the author of "Quilters" based on oral histories depicting the life stories of women in Colorado. Newman discusses her work transforming these oral histories into the written play.

Raymond Massey, 1940

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Identifier: B367.03.0006.0018
Overview Raymond Massey (1896-1983) was an American actor, playwright, stage director, and stage producer.

Shubert and Anne Fendrich Papers

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Identifier: B244
Overview Collection contains publications, correspondence, obituaries, newspaper clippings and religious objects from Schubert and Anne Fendrich.