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Theater -- Production and direction

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on the production and direction of theatrical performances. Works on written or printed descriptions or directions in a play are entered under [Stage directions.]

Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:

Box 34: Oversize Photos

 File — Box U100.0034: Series U100.02 [Barcode: U186023282948]
Identifier: U100.02.0034

DU Theatre production photos, oversize: 'The Phantom Lady', 'Tamburlaine', 'The Rivals', 'Ah, Wilderness!', 'Once Upon a Mattress', 'Cherry Orchard', 'The Bacchae', 'The Desperate Game', 'Tartuffe', 'Ballet Ballads', 'Hamlet', 'The Good Woman of Setzuan'. Photograph of Dorothy Fande. Also color prints from California that may or may not belong with the DU Theatre program.

Dates: Other: 1934-1984

Box 37: Prop - The Hanging Judge

 File — Box U100.0037: Series U100.04 [Barcode: U186018621802]
Identifier: U100.04.0037

Large rope used as prop in production in Theatre Production The Hanging Judge (previously titled Inevitable Hour) written by DU prof. Russell Porter.

Dates: Other: 1934-1984

Box 83: Saint Joan - Twelve Hours in Ephesus

 File — Box U100.03.0083: Series U100.02 [Barcode: U186023305843]
Identifier: U100.02.0083
Abstract Theatre - Photographs of Productions:'Saint Joan', 'Salome', 'School for Scandal'(1973), 'The School for Wives'(1975), 'The Seagull'(1976), 'Secret Affairs of Mildred Wild'(1974), 'Seduced'(1981), 'Seven Keys to Baldpate', 'Seventeen'(1957), 'Shakespeare Cabaret'(1983), 'Shakespeare in Opera'(1952), 'She Loves Me'(1969), 'She Stoops to Conquer'(1958)(1968), 'Sherlock Holmes', 'The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife'(1946), 'The Show Off'(1950), 'Silverheels', 'Sister Angelica'(1970), 'Six...
Dates: Other: 1934-1984

Box 84: Twentieth Century - Zorba the Greek / Unnamed Productions

 File — Box U100.03.0084: Series U100.02 [Barcode: U186023305966]
Identifier: U100.02.0084
Abstract Theatre - Photographs of Productions: 'Twentieth Century'(1955), '20th Century Limited'(1974), 'The Two Orphans', 'Two Pails of Water'(Children's Theatre)(1975), 'Two Women'(1970), 'Uncle Harry', 'Uncle Vanya'(1978), 'The Uniform in the Garden/The Devil Take Her', 'Unwicked Witch'(Children's Theatre)(1969), 'Vanities'(1983), 'A View from the Bridge'(1961), 'Vinegar Tom'(1997), 'Visitor from Space'(1981), 'Volpone'(1958)(1975), 'Waiting for Godot', 'Waltz of the Toredors', 'Warrior's...
Dates: Other: 1934-1984

Buddy Butler Oral History, 2017

Identifier: D084.02.0001.0002.00001

Interview with Buddy Butler conducted by Nathalie Proulx. The interview is only audio.

Dates: 2017

Choreography and Production Materials, 1973-2013

Identifier: D023.06
Scope and Contents

This series contains production materials for theater productions including scripts, set designs, and choreography notebooks.

Dates: 1973-2013

Correspondence, 1973-2003

Identifier: D023.05
Scope and Contents

This series contains correspondence about different works chroeographed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett including "Harlequin" and organizations including "Artists for Justice."

Dates: 1973-2003

Cranbourne, Nancy, 2020

Identifier: D009.19.0007.0019
Scope and Contents From the Series:

This series contains mp4s and release forms for the 2020 Legends of Dance honorees: Judy Bejarano, Nancy Cranbourne, Jan Justis, Chandra Kuykendall, Maria Vazquez, and John "Mr. Tap" Williams.

Dates: 2020

Debbie Stark Oral History, 2014

Identifier: D009.13.0003.0028.00001

Dulcy Amter Oral History, 2005

Identifier: D009.04.0005.00005
Abstract Dulcy Amter, born and raised in Denver, Colorado, talks about her life in dance beginning with her childhood education and early dance classes. She took classes in elocution because she wanted to be an actress, but after a disappointing year in New York she returned to Denver. While enrolled at Barnes Business School she married Gershon Amter and they raised one child, Ann. Dulcy Amter started attending weekly modern dance classes at the University of Denver. Two years later she was Martha...
Dates: 2005