Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box D004.0044: Series D004.04 [U186022109595]
Overview This box contains programs from theater productions including: 42nd Street; 1776; A Chorus Line; A Diamond Night at the Ballet Gala; A Divine Madness; A Little Night Music; A Star is Torn; Absurd Singular Person; The Act; Adventures of Robinson Crusoe; After-Play; The Agony and the Ectasy; Ain't Misbehavin'; Amadeus; American Stage Premieres "Oedipus Rex" and "Le Pas d'Alcier"; Amerika Maru; Annie; Annie Get Your Gun; Antigone; Applause; April in Paris; Around the World in 80 Days; Art; Aspects...
File — Box D004.0045: Series D004.04 [U186022109579]
Overview This box contains programs of theater productions including: Da; Daisy Mayme; Dance Players; Dancin'; deChirico's Daughter; Dancing for Life Gala; Destry Rides Again; The Diaghilav Exhibition; The Diamond Lil Theatre;Diamonds of World Ballet; The Diary of Anne Frank; Dick Whittington; Djangology; Do Block Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?; Doctor Zhivago; Dream Girls; EFX starring Tommy Tune; Eight Island Pageant; Emily; Enter Laughing; Equus; Equity; Eurythmeum; Evita; Expression of Two...
File — Box D004.0046: Series D004.04 [U186022109464]
Overview This box contains programs from theatrical or movie productions including: Invitation to the Dance; Iolanthe; Isadora: American Legend; It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World; Jazz Dance World; Jekyll and Hyde; Jelly's Last Jam; Jerome Robins Broadway; Jerry's Girls; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Deamcoat; Jubilee!; The King and I; Kismet; Kiss Me Kate; Kiss of the Spider Woman; Knee Pays; Last Night of the Ballyhoo; Lena Horne; Les Miserables; Les Sylphides; Liberace; The Lilly and the Lamb; The...
Overview Lilian White Spencer (1876-1953) was a playwright and poet who lived in Denver, Colorado as a child and again from 1918-1944. Spencer wrote plays, reviews of plays, script revisions, poetry and also translated French literature. She was best known in Denver for pageant writing. She wrote The Pageant of Colorado, an epic drama, which was performed May 1927 with a cast of 1,500 as part of a celebration commemorating the opening of the Moffatt Tunnel. Her papers include pen and ink drawings by...