Theatrical producers and directors
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Portrait of Russell Lewis, an assistant to the stage director who worked with the Central City Opera, appears in an unidentified production.
Overview Folder contains biograpihcla material and photographic prints concernign CCOHA mezzo-soprano / stage director, Cecelia Schieve, who performed with the associtaion during the 1983 festival season as an Apprentice Artists and Flora Bervoix in the production of 'La Traviata,' and during the 1984 festival season as an Apprentice Artists and as The Grand Duchess Anastasia in 'The Student Prince. During the 1986, 1988, and 1991 festival season Ms. Schieve worked with the association as the stage...
Overview Folder contains biographical material, press material, and photographic prints of CCOHA stage director, Peter Mark Schifter, who worked with the associtaion during the 1980 festival season on the production 'Candide,' the 1981 production of 'The Ballad of Baby Doe,' and the 1984 festival production of 'Cinderella.'
Overview Sketches of a stage set, drawn by Elemer Nagy, a stage director and set designer who worked with the Central City Opera from 1949-1957.
Overview Folder contains biographical material, program, and hand written correspondence concerning CCOHA lighting / scenic designer, John Wright Stevens, who worked with the association during an unknown festival season.
Overview Folder contains photographic print of CCOHA stage director, Roman Terlecky, who worked with the association during the 1987 festival season on the production 'Madame Butterfly,' and on the 1988 festival season on the production 'Macbeth.'
Overview Walter Huston (5-5-1883 to 5-7-1950) Actor and director; father of John Huston; grandfather of Anjelica Huston.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1924-1950
Overview Willis (Willie) Marks (1865-1952) was a screen actor in silent films and a stage actor. He directed his first plays in his hometown of Rochester, Minn. and by the 1888/1889 season he worked in St. Paul, Minn. During the early 1900's he moved to Los Angeles, Calif. and in 1910 played a minor part in the silent film, Over the Garden Wall. He was a member of the cast in the silent films: Mysterious Mrs. M (1917); The Unknown soldier (1917); The Jack-knife man (1920); Traveling on (1922); and...