Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Public Note: Here are entered printed or written lists of the acts, scenes, selections, or other features composing a theater performance, including the names of the performers. (AAT)
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Collection contains the papers of Ira M. Beck, Peryle Beck, the Hayutin family, the Simui family and records of Central Electric. The Ginsberg family settled on Denver's west side in 1910, and they became an active part of the Orthodox Jewish community. Max Ginsberg prospered in an auto-wrecking and metal business and was a founding member of Congregation Zere Israel. Anne Ginsberg, the daughter of Max and D'vera Ginsberg, married the son of Russian immigrants, business Morris Hayutin, who...
Overview Helen Bonfils built the Bonfils Theatre, on East Colfax Avenue at Elizabeth Street, Denver, Colorado, in 1953. The theatre was built to try to preserve live theater in a time when Hollywood Films were taking over the entertainment industry. In 1985 the theatre was renamed the Lowenstein Theatre and was then closed in 1986 by its umbrella organization, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The collection consists of two copies of the Bonfils Memorial Theatre dedication program (1953)...
Overview Folder conatins nine (9) items pertaining to performer Shirley Booth who performed in the 1953 CCOHA production of 'Time of the Cuckoo.'
File — Box D054.0001: Series D054.01; Series D054.02 [U186023276206]
Overview This box contains programs, advertisements, and newspaper clippings from plays directed by Jerry Rumley. In this box are these materials from the 1958 production of Thorton Wilder's "Our Town" at the Virginia Museum Theatre, and the 1958 production of George Bernard Shaw's "Major Barbara" at the Virginia Museum Theatre.
File — Box D065.0003: Series D065.04; Series D065.03 [U186023263253]
File — Box M130.0416: [U186021793919]
Overview Box 416 contains folders combined from two other Mary Reed Building boxes. Boxes originally had labels: "CWC - Treat Hall" and "CWC - Departmental Files 1974-75." Contains folders regarding the Department of Theatre Rockefeller Grant 1969, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and department files.
Overview The Centennial Towers Miracle Theatre Company appears to have been a small, student-run theatre group that existed for approximately fifteen (15) years. It consisted of and/or was run by theatre students, and they produced small plays that were performed in the Main Lounge of Centennial Towers.
Overview Contains 38 scripts of melodramas assembled by B.A. Bergman, manager of the Crescent Comedy Company (also known as the Crescent Stock Company), based in Chicago. The working scripts (containing dialogue, stage directions and music cues) were used for performances in Chicago, Illinois and on road tours, chiefly in Michigan.
Overview The file contains a radio program featuring Mort Silver and The Center Players of Dallas program for "The Women." Mort Silver was the stage name for Ima Mastachnik, the eldest brother of Olive Mistachnik Bercu and the uncle of Dorothy and Beverly Bercu.