Chicago Theater Videotape Collection

Dates: 1973-2005, (bulk dates, 1984-2000)
Size: 18 linear feet
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Special Collections, 400 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60605
Collection Number: t00084
Provenance: The collection is compiled from multiple donors and theaters. Please see individual collection notes for more extensive provenance information.
Access: Researchers, please request this material 24-hours in advance of use.
Citation: When quoting materials from this collection the preferred citation is: Chicago Theater Collection-Videotape Collection, [Theater Name, Accession #], Chicago Public Library
Processed by: Finding aid updated by Sarah Zimmerman, 2017

Scope and Content

The Chicago Theater Videotape Collection houses video recordings (primarily VHS cassettes, but also some DVDs) of productions and other events at theaters across the city.

Arrangement/Series Description

The Chicago Theater Videotape Collection is arranged into four series.

Series 1: Productions

Production descriptions in Series 1 include theater name; director, set, costume and lighting designer names; and cast members when known. The series is arranged alphabetically by theater and then by date.

Series 2: Playwright Interviews, 1987-1988

In 1987 Chicago Public Library was awarded a grant by the Illinois State Library to record 10 interviews for the Chicago Theater Collection. This series includes these recordings, interviews with Chicago affiliated playwrights, and is arranged chronologically.

Series 3: Public, Promotional and Educational Programs, 1976-2005

This series includes a variety of public programming events including Jeff Awards shows and panel discussions as well as some theater promotional footage. The series is arranged chronologically.

Series 4: City Arts Grant Applications, 1987-1993, undated

This series includes recordings likely submitted in support of Chicago CityArts grant applications. These are arranged alphabetically by theater or artist when known.

Related Materials

Researchers are encouraged to consult finding aids for associated materials throughout the Chicago Theater Collection including:

Subject Headings

Bailiwick Repertory Theater.
Goodman Theatre.
Harold Washington College (Chicago, Ill.). Loop Players.
Steppenwolf Theatre Company.
Theater -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Dramatists, American -- 20th Century -- Interviews.
Video Recordings.
Drama.

Container List

Series 1: Productions

Absolute Theater Company

Box 3 1.28 The Three Musketeers adapted by David Ruckman, from the novel by Alexandre Dumas. Absolute Theater Company, directed by Warner Crocker, sets by Thomas Mitchell, costumes by Suzie Thetard, lights by Walter Reinhardt, with David Cameron, Dale Young, Linda Reiter, Lisa Tejero, Frank Nall, Christine Calkins, Henry Odum, Geoff Callaway, Ric Kraus, David Coral, Nathan Rankin, Bruce Orendorf, David Beggs, Gary Boeck, Christopher Walz, Ned Mochel, Paul Dillon, Don Tieri, Tim Philbin, Jerry Spivack, Michele Filpi, Catherine Price, Leslie Carelton, Zoe Lieberman and Sandy Borglum. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989

Bailiwick Repertory

Box 18 1.195 Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by David Zak. Video recording of Art Beat Chicago episode featuring Fahrenheit 451 segment (approx. 5 minutes), 1988 May
Box 2 1.17 Nebraska by John Logan. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by Doug Finlayson, sets and costumes by Steve Pickering, lights by Tom Fleming, with Stephen West, Donna Powers, Tom Webb, Janis Henri, Randy Colborn, Colleen Kane, Wendy Lueker and Skipp Sudduth. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 June 30
Box 15 1.167 Animal Farm by George Orwell. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by Joe Gustaferro. Video recording,1988 September 3 (approx. 1 minute outtake)
Box 2 1.24 Animal Farm by George Orwell, adapted by Peter Hall. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by David Zak and Christopher Moore, sets by David Davis, costumes by Steve Pickering, lights by Tom Fleming, with Randy Boger, Ellyn Duncan, Jeanne M. Dwan, Michael Halberstam, Barry Hamill, Thomas J. Kelly, Francis X. McGee, Wendy Parman, Arthur Pearson, Paul Sass, Karen Sheridan, Michael Stevenson, Tina Thuerwachter and Mari Weiss. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 October 27
Box 16 1.174 Growing Up Queer in America written and performed by Chris Cinque, Bailiwick Repertory and Seattle Group Theatre. Video recording (approx. 60 minutes, color), 1989
Box 16 1.168 Celebrity Beat by Cheryl Lavin and Marilyn Preston. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by David Zak, sets by Robert G. Smith, costumes by Shifra Werch, lights by Tom Fleming, with Tami Workentin, John McCormack, Maya Friedler. Video recording of a promotional clip aired on Channel 32, Fox News at 9:30, circa 1990 August-September
Box 18 1.190 Excerpts from the Attorney General’s Report on Pornography by Clay Shirky. Hard Place Theater [New York, NY], presented by Bailiwick Repertory and City Lit, Pride Performance Series, directed by Clay Shirky, with Joanna Adler, Suzanne Cryer, Katherine Donahue, C.E. Emmer, David Letwin and David Newmann. Video recording , 1991 July 12-14
Box 16 1.172 Her Aching Heart by Bryony Lavery. Bailiwick Repertory, Pride Performance Series, directed by Beverly Brumm, sets by Robert A. Knuth, costumes by Kevin Peterson, lights by John Narun, with Sara Nichols and Teri Clark. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993
Box 15 1.163 Saint Joan by Bernard Shaw. Bailiwick Repertory, directed Roger Smart, sets by Robert A. Knuth, lights by John Narun with Larry Bull, Jerry Baggot, Keli Garrett, Charles Berek, Greg Kolack, Leo Harmon, Joel Pownall, KeyShaun Flowers, Joel Sanchez, David Ghilardi, Patrick McNulty, Elizabeth Roche, Erica Weiss, Michael Goldberg, Andrew J. Turner, James Serpento, Chris Farrell, Ben Werling and Michael Quaintance. Video recording (approx.. 120 minutes, color), 1993 January-March
Box 15 1.155 Box and Cox by James Morton. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Andrew Altenburg and Leah Salamon, with Chris Simpson, David Michael and Leah Salamon. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March
Box 15 1.165  The Rose Tattoo by Tennessee Williams. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by Cecilie D. Keenan, sets by Alan Donahue, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Julio Pedota, with Karen Vaccaro, Michele Gregory, Darrel Ford, Peter Goldsmith, Cheri Chenoweth, Scott Stuart, Anne-Marie Akin, Scott Anderson, Kim Werkman, Jennifer Yeo, Mariko Kaonohi, Ce-Ce Klinger, Madilynn Beck and Gabriel Jimenez. Video recording (approx.. 120 minutes, color), 1993 March-May (Copy 1)
Box 19 1.196 The Rose Tattooby Tennessee Williams. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by Cecilie D. Keenan, sets by Alan Donahue, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Julio Pedota, with Karen Vaccaro, Michele Gregory, Darrel Ford, Peter Goldsmith, Cheri Chenoweth, Scott Stuart, Anne-Marie Akin, Scott Anderson, Kim Werkman, Jennifer Yeo, Mariko Kaonohi, Ce-Ce Klinger, Madilynn Beck and Gabriel Jimenez. Video recording (approx.. 120 minutes, color), 1993 March-May (Copy 2)
Box 12 1.120 Thanatopsis based on a poem by William C. Bryant, adapted by Angela Allyn. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival. Directed by Angela Allyn, with Irene Boruszko, Terri Reardon, Tim Noworyta, Maureen Wudtke, Barbara Dau, Blair Laden, Michael Graham, Inge Baugh, Jonathan Goldman, Deanna Shoemaker, Becca Daniels, Peter Keck, Holmsie and Haas. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 28
Box 14 1.144 Dark Lady of the Sonnets by George Bernard Shaw. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Robert Koon. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 28
Box 14 1.145 Annajanska the Bolshevik Empress by George Bernard Shaw. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Scott Heckman, costumes by Elizabeth Sheets, with Joan Jett Blakk, JoAnne DeAngelo, Thomas Colby, Tim Engle and Christopher L. Simpson. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 28
Box 12 1.119 Dear Liar by Jerome Kilty. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Catherine Davis. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 29
Box 12 1.122 The Adventures of a Black Girl and Her Search for God by G.B. Shaw. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by J.G. Stevens. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 29
Box 13 1.138 Don Juan in Hell by G.B. Shaw. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Brendon Fox. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 29
Box 13 1.139 Tongues written by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaiken. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed Scott Anderson with Marchel Shipman. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 29
Box 14 1.150 In The Beginning (Back to Methuselah) by George Bernard Shaw. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Andrew P. Callis, costumes by Berry L. Gustafson, with Paul Friedrich, Jennifer Picken, Katherine A. Klein and Mat McGinnis. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 30
Box 15 1.156 As Far as Thought Can Reach (Back to Methuselah) by George Bernard Shaw              

Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Linda Gates. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 30

Box 13 1.132 Tickets Please based on the short story by D.H. Lawrence. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, adapted and directed by Lindsay Porter, with Amy Heath, Charley Sherman, Lisa Nicholls, Hugh Callaly Ray Wild, Joy Cohen, Meghan Strell, Mary Cross and Jodi Harris. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 31
Box 14 1.149 Overruled by George Bernard Shaw. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Lewis Magruder. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 31
Box 14 1.154 The Saint and the Skeptic by George Bernard Shaw, adapted and directed by Carlton Miller. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 March 31
Box 12 1.124 Destiny Street Station by Stephen Perrault. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Jamie Denton. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 4
Box 12 1.126 Buried Life by Keith Huff. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by James Serpento, with Susan Wittmer, Brooks Darrah and Julie Pearl. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 4
Box 14 1.148 Everyone’s Afraid of the Dark by Mia McCullough. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Andrea M. Chambers. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 4
Box 12 1.127 Private Eye by Cynthia Wassen. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Shelly Taylor. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 5
Box 12 1.118 Bansidhe by Douglas Hill. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Lisa L. Abbott, designed by Sean DeVine, with Bobby Schultz, Christopher DuMont, Julia Thudium and Gavin Witt. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 5 (Copy 1)
Box 15 1.161 Bansidhe by Douglas Hill. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Lisa L. Abbott, designed by Sean DeVine, with Bobby Schultz, Christopher DuMont, Julia Thudium and Gavin Witt. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 5 (Copy 2)
Box 13 1.135 Life’s Too Short by Michael Dailey. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Michael Dailey, with Susan Gaspar, Tony Pinizzotto, Susan Frampton, Michael Kingston and Ann Heurich. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 5
Box 14 1.140 How Do You Like Your Meat by Joyce Carol Oates. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Bill Morey, with Joy Cohen, Ray Holloway, Mike La Cavera, Lesa Alexander, Hannah Miller, Daniel Miller and Lizz De Haven. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 5
Box 15 1.162 Fake Ducks by A.J. Skroska. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Cynthia Huse, with John Newman, Mark Salamon and Phil Timberlake (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 6
Box 13 1.141 Private School by Stan Nevin. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Diane Dorsey, with Barry Taylor, Melissa Landis, Thomas Colby, Deborah King, T. Scott Turney, Mary Anne Bowman and Lawrence Bull. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 6
Box 12 1.129 Where I’m Headed by Leah Ryan. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Edward Cheetham, with Kate Hill, Guy Washburn, Susan Mele, Jason Locque, Dean Dedes, Marisol Pachnik, Brenda Bogosian, Steve Schutzman, Leo Ford and Wes Bailey. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 7
Box 13 1.130 Flute Lessons by Roy Peabody. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Bonnie Lucas, with Mary Margaret Barry. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 7
Box 14 1.142 Survivor Type by Stephen King. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, adapted and directed by Jeff Casazza, with Bill Wilkison and Murray McKay. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 11
Box 14 1.152 The Disappearance of the Jews by David Mamet. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Lauren Stevens, with Howard Friedland and Martin Bedoian. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 11
Box 12 1.125 Line by Israel Horowitz. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by David Billotti. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 12
Box 12 1.128 A Voice of My Own, by Elinore Jones. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Brent Ries, with Amy Carle, Lisa Davidson, Tina Glushenko, Candace Johnson and Michelle Thompson. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 12
Box 15 1.157 A Poster of the Cosmos by Lanford Wilson. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Peter Davis. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 13
Box 15 1.158 Dutchman by LeRoi Jones. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Rick Carter, with Tyrone Beasley and Andrea Urban. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 13
Box 15 1.159 Under/Ground by Joyce Carol Oates. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Tori Dixon, with Ruth Ann Cameron, Norm Buck and Daniel Primer. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 14
Box 12 1.121 Charades on East Fourth Street by Lonne Elder. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Ted Love, with Christian Stolti, Mila Thomas, Dwain Perry, Pharen Payton, Marcelo Calderon, Dennis Matthews, Michael Ramirez and Keith Scott. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 14 (Copy 1)
Box 15 1.160 Charades on East Fourth Streetby Lonne Elder. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Ted Love, with Christian Stolti, Mila Thomas, Dwain Perry, Pharen Payton, Marcelo Calderon, Dennis Matthews, Michael Ramirez and Keith Scott. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 14 (Copy 2)
Box 14 1.146 Sinterin by John O’Keefe. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by David Schein. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 14
Box 13 1.133 The Coat by Athol Fugard. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Susan Leigh. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 18
Box 13 1.134 The Twin Circle Express by Paja Faudree. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, Ann-Marie Akin. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 18
Box 12 1.123 Rough for Theatre I by Samuel Beckett. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Derek Goldman. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 19
Box 13 1.131 On the Outside by Tom Murphy and Noel O’Donoghue. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Tom Murphy, with Brigette Brand, Ruthann Cameron, Michael Grant, Rich Hutchman, John Noble, David Ouzts, Meg McNulty and Dean Cudworth. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 19
Box 14 1.143 Secret Obscenities by Marco Antonia. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Timothy Mooney. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 19
Box 13 1.136 The Ritual by Joe Forbrich. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival. Video recording of live performance (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 20
Box 13 1.137 Belles on Wheels by Jaehn Claire. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 20
Box 14 1.151 Erophobia by Stephanie Kuwlick. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Jose Callejo. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 20
Box 14 1.153 All Men Are Whores by David Mamet. Bailiwick Repertory, Bailiwick Director’s Festival, directed by Laura Stritt. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1993 April 21
Box 15 1.166 Son of Fire by Christopher Moore. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by David Zak, sets by Robert A. Knuth, costumes by U-Tate, lights by John Narun, with Will Chase, Alexandra Billings, Mark Stringer, Mary C. Beidler, Susan Thompson, Matthew McDonald, George B. Smart III, Julie Volkmann, Becca Daniels, Matthew McDonald, Amy Farrington, Liz Donathan, Todd Foland, Joseph Beal, Linda Schaefer, Karianne Arnold, Robert Bailey, Christine Rea, Candace L. Johnson and Chadley Kelderman. Video recording (approx.. 120 minutes, color), 1993 May-June
Box 16 1.173 Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, adapted by Jeff Casazza. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by David Zak, sets by David Jackson Cushing, costumes by Michele Friedman Siler, lights by Julio Pedota, with Brooks Darrah, Philip E. Johnson, Steven Waste, Michele Gregory, Erik Watson, Jacquelyn Ritz, Christine Rea, Mary C. Beidler, Tim Decker, David Allen Case, Ken DeWyn, Lisa Cruzat, Chadley Kelderman, Christopher G. Martin and Matthew Pestorius. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 September-October
Box 16 1.169-1.171 David’s Redhaired Death by Sherry Kramer. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by Susan V. Booth, sets by David Jackson Cushing, costumes by Michele Friedman-Siler, lights by Julio Pedota with Adrianne Cury, LaVonne Byers, Robert J. Bailey II and Rafer Weigel. Video recording (approx.. 200 minutes, color), 1993 October 24
Box 18 1.191 Blue Angel by Bob Sickinger et. al. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by David Zak with Kenneth Northcott and Harvey Rubin. Video recording, 1997 February 26
Box 18 1.192 Virgins and Other Myths by Colin Martin. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by David Zak, with Darren Stephens. Video recording (approx. 80 minutes), 1997 March 1
Box 18 1.193-1.194 The Christmas Schooner by John Reeger and Julie Shannon. Bailiwick, directed by David Zak, sets by Richard and Jacqueline Penrod, costumes by Norwood Rice, lights by Eric Appleton, with Alexander Roussos, Tom Higgins, Becca Daniels, David G. Peryam, Amy Arbizzani, Kevin Pease, Chris Able Hayes, Jesse Kazemek, Phil Gigante, Hilary Feldman, A.J Wester, Karen Doerr, Ben Stoner and Ema A. Tuennerman. Video recording 1997 November-1998 January
Box 19 1.197 The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan. Bailiwick Repertory, directed by James Pelton, sets by John M. Glenn, costumes by Mary Ellen Park, lights by Eric Appleton, with Cameron Jappe, Donna McGough, Melissa Orban, Sara Walsh, Ric Krause, Don Bender, Brad Light and Casey Hayes. Video recording , 2000 January 10-February 6

Black Ensemble

Box 3 1.26 The Other Cinderella by Jackie Taylor. Black Ensemble, directed by Jackie Taylor, sets by Tony Sommer, costumes by Reginah Walton, lights by Paul Brin, with Kellee Wislson-Pettus, Reginah Walton, Gussie Ross, Sharon Dyan Davis, Maggie English, John Crowley, Laura E. Walls, Adrian Miguel Goodum, Joe Plummer, Lawrence Palmer, DaryLL Reed, Pat “Soul” Scaggs and McKinley Johnson. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 November 27
Box 4 1.50 Sweet Mama Stringbean, by Jackie Taylor. Black Ensemble, directed by Marlene Zuccaro, with Jackie Taylor, Gussie Taylor, Audrey Queen Roy, Gregory Pucket, Jessica Tolbert and Doris Craig. Video recording (46 minutes, color), 1992 February

Body Politic Theatre

Box 1 1.9 Moonlight Daring Us to Go Insane by E. Eugene Baldwin. Body Politic Theatre, directed by Pauline Brailsford, sets by Linda Lane, costumes by Susan Bonde, lights by Michael Rourke, with Belinda Bremner, Maureen Gallagher, Ned Schmidtke, Gary Houston, Anne Bernadette Coyle, Ross Salinger, Terrance Auch, Mary Cooper, Greg Rohe, Charlie Wollensak and Yvonne Suhor. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 October 7
Box 7 1.77 The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde. Body Politic Theatre, directed by Pauline Brailsford, sets by Kent Goetz, costumes by Andrew Vincent, lights by Michael Rourke, with Harry Althaus, Donald Brearley, Henry Godinez, James Deuter, Kate Goehring, Celene Evans, Joan Spatafora, James McCance, Kim Patrick Bitz, Mary Strecker and Alison Tatlock. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 February

Chicago Medieval Players

Box 7 1.80 A Saint Nicholas Miracle. Chicago Medieval Players, directed by Ann Faulkner, sets by Charles McDonough, costumes by Nancy Phillips, with Jeremy Warburg, Terry Hicks, Peter Green, Charles McDonough, Peter Senkbeil, Paul Grondy, Evelyn Kaehler, Eric Reese, David Gilbert, Laurie Sucher, Rebecca Koblick, Barbara Walden, Esther Joo, Robert Schmidt, Gerhart Schmeltekopf, Lynn Hill, Susan Freisen, Jim Flagler, Sonia Warutian, John Lukens, Anne-Marie Schroeder, Michael Grider and Roger Stanley. Video recording (approx. 12 minutes, color), 1986 November-December. Condition: Low volume
Box 7 1.81 Resurrexit conceived by Evelyn Kaehler. Chicago Medieval Players, directed by Ann Faulkner, costumes by Evelyn Kaehler, lights by James Carson, with Evelyn Kaehler, Jeremy Warburg, Pamela Pettibone, Jillann Gabrielle, Sophie Littleton Behlen, Paula Harrigan, Lisa Maatauk, Dina Marie, Elizabeth Myers, Barbara Walden, Margaret Colleton, Robert Gelber, Paul Evensen, Stephen Fenner, James Carson, Robert Schmidt, Dale Muehler, John Woodhouse and Ann Faulkner. Video recording (approx. 40 minutes, color), 1989 April-May. Condition: Low volume, dark; production is taped over a television program and a few moments of that show precedes the production; production ends abruptly
Box 7 1.82 Suspect Truth by Juan Ruiz de Alarcón. Chicago Medieval Players, directed by Mary Anderson, with Peter Christensen, Kraig Swartz, Steve Williford, Tom Studer, Virginia Schneider, Catherine Smith, Lindsay Porter, Charles Sherman and Robert Mullen Video recording (approx. 25 minutes, color), 1990-1991. Comments: Tape starts in mid-performance and appears to be incomplete
Box 7 1.83 Nature and Sensual Appetite by John Rastell. Chicago Medieval Players, directed by Ann Faulkner, sets by Betsy Dzuira, costumes by Jean Dunkerley, with Jeffrey Jenkins, Robert Schiele, Dominic Armato, Palmar Hardy, Claudia Hommel and Peter Christensen. Video recording (approx. 40 minutes, color), 1991 October-December

City Lit Theater

Box 2 1.22 Daughters of the Late Colonel and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield. City Lit Theater, adapted and directed by Arnold Aprill. Special performance at the Newberry Library for the Katherine Mansfield centenary. Video recording (approx. 75 minutes, color), 1988 September 9
Box 3 1.25 Roman Fever by Edith Wharton. City Lit Theater, adapted and directed by Mark Richard, with Kelly Thompson, Christine St. John and Page Hearn. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1988 November
Box 3 1.31 The Good Times are Killing Me by Lynda Barry. City Lit Theater, adapted and directed by Arnold Aprill. Sets by David Lee Thomas Myron Batchell, lights by Thomas C. Hase, costumes by Catherine Evans, with Lorell J. Wyatt, Jeannie Affelder, Michael S. Shepperd, Glenda Starr Kelley, Jan Pessin, Maripat Donovan, Page Hearn, Tina Wright, Karen Sheridan, Bob Goddard, Lisa Marie Schultz, Cherene Snow, Raun Ruffin, Jackie Samuel, Joe Plummer and Greg Parker. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 July 20

Commons Theatre

Box 6 1.68 Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth by Tom Stoppard. Commons Theatre, directed by Michael Nowak, sets by Greg Weber, costumes by Stephanie J. Weaver, lights by Mary Quinlan, with Ken Kaden, Colleen Crimmins, Chris Karchmar, Calvin MacLean, Jack Kandel, Cameron Pfiffner, Ellyn Duncan, Morgan McCabe, Karl Bockemeier, Stephen Heller and India Cooper. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1985 June 30
Box 6 1.69 Summer of the 17th Doll by Ray Lawler. Commons Theatre, directed by Sandra Grand, sets by David S.S. Davis, costumes by Lynn Sandberg, lights by Jeff Pines, with Rengin Altay, India Cooper, Morgan McCabe, Cameron Pfiffner, Helen Searle, Rodney Lee Sell and Greg Bryant. Video recording (approx. 180 minutes, color), 1988 April-May
Box 6 1.70 The Venery of Larks by Howard Casner. Commons Theatre, directed by Stephanie Cohen, with Bryan Stillman and Mark Ulrich. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 May 9
Box 6 1.71 Learned Ladies by Moliere. Commons Theatre, directed by Karen Kessler, sets by Maggie Bodwell, costumes by Lynn Sandberg, lights by Jeff Pines, with Michelle Messmer, Julie Walker, Scott Jones, Corinne Lyon, Will Casey, Frank Nall, Maggie Carney, India Cooper, Calvin MacLean, Scott M. Verissimo and Kelly Nespor. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1990 February 17

Court Theatre

Box 3 1.27 Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. Court Theatre, directed by Kyle Donnelly, sets by Jeff Bauer, costumes by Andrew B. Marlay, lights by Rita Pietraszek, with Rebecca MacLean, Barbara June Patterson, David New, Linda Emond, Patrick Clear, Nicholas Pennell, Kate Buddeke, Patrice Fletcher, William Griffin, Julie Walker, Edmund Wyson, Laura Whyte, Nicholas Rudall, Denise Du Maurier and Julie Walker. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 February 9

eta Creative Arts Foundation

Box 16 1.178 Loves Light in Flight written and directed by Charles Michael Moore. eta Creative Arts Foundation, sets by Runako Jahi, lights by Darius Woolfolk, with Martrice Edge, Dalvalie Friend, Lori Clovetta Watson, Renee Lockett-Lawson, Askia Bantu, Dennis Allen, Andre T. Teamer, Darryl Reed and Cliff Frazier. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 October 1
Box 16 1.177 Good Black by Rob Penny. eta Creative Arts Foundation, directed by Woodie King, Jr., sets by Okoro Harold Johnson, costumes by Ellis Foster, lights by Darius Woolfolk, with Ellis Foster, Runako Jahi, Audrey Morgan, Kemati Janice Porter, Valerie Robinson, Carol E. Hall, Donn C. Harper and Yvonne Dabney. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 November 11
Box 16 1.179 Stoops by Crystal V. Rhodes. eta Creative Arts Foundation, directed by Runako Jahi, sets by Dorian Sylvain, costumes by Ellis Foster, lights by Darius Woolfolk, with Holly Hancock, Sanetta Y. Gipson, Juliette Ferguson, Brian P. Weddington, Bernadette L and Clarke, Mike Kirk. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 October 27
Box 16 1.176 Excerpts from Classes. eta Creative Arts Foundation, Student Showcase and Professional Performances from the 1990-1991 Season. Video recording (approx. 60 minutes, color), circa 1992
Box 16 1.175 Tatum Family Blues written and directed by Charles Michael Moore. eta Creative Arts Foundation, sets by Dorian Sylvain, costumes by Jijinota Oyayemi, lights by Dariuds Woolfolk, with Askia Bantu, Daryl Charisse, Renee Lockett-Lawson, Darryl Reed, Dushon Brown and Karl Gibson. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 October 22

Goodman Theatre

Box 2 1.14 Landscape of the Body, by John Guare. Goodman Theatre, directed by Robert Falls, sets by George Tsypin, costumes by Dunya Ramicova, lights by Jennifer Tipton, with Barbara E. Robertson, Gary Cole, Peggy Roeder, Ray Bradford, Anthony Rapp, Jason Moser, Amy Elizabeth Geis, Delfina Robles, Tom Towles and Chelcie Ross. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 March 20
Box 2 1.19 Hail Mary by Nicholas Patricca. Goodman Theatre, directed by Steve Scott, lights by Geraro Bilel, with Lucina Paquet. Video recording (approx. 15 minutes, color), 1988 August 1
Box 2 1.20 Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Goodman Theatre, directed by Michael Maggio, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Nan Cibula, lights by Jennifer Tipton, with Larry Brandenburg, Corinne Lyon, Michael Cerveris, David Studwell, Maurice Chasse, Tom Benic, Ed Luther, William J. Norris, Kristine Thatcher, Phoebe Cates, Peggy Roeder, Louis DiCrescenzo, Henry Godinez, Bob O’Donnell, D. V. DeVincentis, Gerit Quealy, Tom Kenney, Tom Zanarini, John Reeger, Steve Pickering, Larry Ruso, Mike Nussbaum, Ernest Perry Jr., Gary Brichetto, Amanda Armato, Dominic Armato, Toni Fleming, Maria Michaels, Kathy Scambiatterra, Stuart Joel Rosenberg and Willy Schwarz. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1988 September
Box 4 1.45 The Rover by Aphra Behn. Goodman Theatre, directed by Kyle Donnelly, sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Lindsay W. Davis, with Ellen Jane Smith, Kate Goehring, Lisa Zane, Ramiro Carrillo, Ray Chapman, Irma P. Hall, Henry Godinez, Sean Grennan, Ross Lehman, Jack Wetherall, Bellary Darden, Steve Pickering, Marianne Tatum, Peggy Roeder, Edward Wilkerson, Randy Colborn, Peter Rybolt, Timothy Grimm, Kevin McCoy, LaVonda Elam, Brian Grandison, Alison D. Halstead, Earl McCombs, Carmen Roman, Jackie Samuel, Edward Torres and Jensen Wheeler. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1989 March. Comments: tape includes fight rehearsal and production
Box 4 1.46 The Piano Lesson by August Wilson. Goodman Theatre, directed by Lloyd Richards, sets by E. David Cosier Jr., costumes by Constanza Romero, lights by Christopher Akerlind, with Paul Butler, Charles S. Dutton, Rocky Carroll, S. Epatha Merkerson, Tressa Jenee Thomas, Tommy Hollis, Danny Robinson-Clark and Tonya Pinkins. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1989 March 22
Box 4 1.48 The Speed of Darkness, by Steve Tesich. Goodman Theatre, directed by Robert Falls, sets by Thomas Lynch, costumes by Nan Cibula, lights by Michael S. Philippi, with Bill Raymond, Lee Guthrie, Brigitte Bako, Stephen Lang and Andy Hirsch. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 May

Latino Chicago

Box 2 1.15 The Fifth Sun by Nicholas Patricca. Latino Chicago, directed by Juan Ramirez, artistic design by Joel Klaff, with Frank Davila, Mark Flaire, Margaret Mazon, Laura Ceron, Mike Ramirez, Ed Torres, Noe Cuellar, Maricela Ochea, Felipe Camacho and Tony Ramirez. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 May 12

Loop Players

Box 23 1.238 1st Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1988
Box 23 1.239 3rd Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1990
Box 23 1.240 4th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1991
Box 23 1.241 5th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1992
Box 23 1.242 6th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1993
Box 23 1.243 7th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1994
Box 23 1.244 8th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1995
Box 23 1.245 9th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1996
Box 23 1.246 10th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1997
Box 23 1.247 11th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1998
Box 21 1.223 Tartuffe (or the Imposter) by Molière. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne H. Fegan, lights by Jeffrey M. Pines, with Bernardine Robinson, Dan Freitag, Brittney Cargle, Travis Guerrero, Kathy Vertucci, Carlos Goodwin, Antoinne Barnes, Van Robichaux, Jillian Hopkins, Izaak Hernandex, Lionel Gentle and Candace Guerrero. Video recording, 1998 March-April
Box 22 1.224a-b Small Craft Warnings by Tennessee Williams. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne H. Fegan, lights by Jeffrey M. Pines, with Jillian Hopkins, Dan Freitag, Charles Hudson, Darin Caudle, Senyah Haynes and Bernadine Robinson, Izaak Hernandez, Jan Wiezorek, Jean-Laurent and Deher-Lesaint and Lionel Gentle. Video recording, 1998 October-November
Box 23 1.248 12th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 1999
Box 22 1.225 You Can’t Take It With You by Kaufman and Hart. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeffrey M. Pines, with Elizabeth Macik, Jillian Hopkins, Senyah Haynes, Oba William King, Credell Walls, Lionel Gentle, Dorian Principal, Dan Freitag, Brittny Cargle, Andrew Metzger, James Sullivan, Derek Evans, Giedre Gillespie, Dick Kolzow, Raymonda Johnson, Ira Hunter, Gaylord Bogguess, Bernardine Robinson, Jesse Comacho, Whitney Greer and Nicole Bond. Video recording, 1999 March
Box 22 1.226 Harvey Mary Chase. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeff M. Pines, with Jillian Hopkins, Elizabeth Macik, James Sullivan, Bernardine Robinson, Brittny Cargle, Steven McClain, Sean Taff, Derek Evans, Felicia Johnson, Dick Kolzow and Dennis Mendheim. Video recording , 1999 October 6-16
Box 22 1.227 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney R. Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeffery Pines, with Dennis Mendheim, Senyah Haynes, Martha Hawkins, Felicia Johnson, Janet Ruiz, Karli Hanson, Chris McGruder, Patricia Scott, Danielle Kirk, Sean Taff, Brenda Anderson, Brenda Cochran, David Gamboa, Janette Ruiz and Credell Walls. Video recording, 1999 December 8
Box 22 1.228 The Miss Firecracker Contest by Beth Henley. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by Thomas John McLeish, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeff M. Pines, with Elizabeth Macik, Jillian Hopkins, Brittny Cargle, Yaw Agyeman, Chris Julun and April Brown. Video recording, 2000 October 6
Box 22 1.229 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeffrey Pines, with Tadashi Suzuki, Yaw Agyeman, Christopher Julun, Bryan Avis, Anthony Brown, Patricia Burks, Roberto Figueroa, Izabela Koszewska, Al-Cain Ballard, Malik Critz, Louise Finley and English Martin. Video recording 2000 December 6
Box 24 1.249 14th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 2001 February 15
Box 22 1.230 Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeff Pines, with Flormaria Romero, Elizabeth Macik, Philip Cole, Chris Julun, Miriam Castro Huerga, April Brown, Jillian Hopkins and Mary Ryan. Video recording 2001 March 30
Box 22 1.231 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by T.J. McLeish, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeffery Pines, with Wahan Artin, Flormaria Romero, Louise Finley, Miriam Castro Huega, Chris Julun, Greg Vlahos, Arah Williams, Ruby Turner, Philip Cole, Joseph McCarthy, Elizabeth Macik and Roberto Figueroa. Video recording , 2001 April 30
Box 22 1.232 A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by Rita Vreeland, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeff Pines, with Diahann Flowers, Lorelei Metzger, Philip Cole, Jillian Hopkins, Perry Thompson, Chris Julun, Flormaria Molina, Brittny Cargle, Charles Lopez, Tony Brown, Julie Esterline-Losczyk, Dan Freitag, Maceo Thomas and Juanita Johnson. Video recording, 2001 November 7
Box 22 1.233 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney R. Daniels, with Diahann Flowe4rs, Chris Julun, Maceo Thomas, Julie Esterline, Anthony Brown, Lorelei Metzger, Perry Thomas, Samaiya Ewing, Dave Lewis, Tanya Wheeler and Marisa Vandenborre. Video recording, 2001 December 3
Box 24 1.250 15th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 2002 February 14
Box 22 1.234 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. Loop Players. Video recording, 2002 March 15
Box 22 1.235 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by Rita Vreeland, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeffery Pines, with Juanita Johnson, Maceo Leon Thomas, Laura Ng, Lorelei Metzger, Benita Johnson, Raymonda Johnson, Carloe Gunn, Samaiya Esing, Julie Esterline-Losczyk, Marisa van den Borre, Credell Walls, Chris Julun, Kelly Parks and Elizabeth Shehorm Bullock . Video recording, 2002 April 29
Box 21 1.219 Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, sets by Rita Vreeland, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeff Pines with Emily Halliday, David Lewis, Phillip Cole, Dan Freitag, Dick Kolzow, Julie Esterline-Losczyk, Chris Julun, Gaylord D. Bogguess, Laura Sau Wai Ng, Derrick Hardy, Charles Lopez, Rodrigo Melgarejo, Santino Santiago, Teresea Zupec and Danielle C. Hoetmer Video recording, 2002 October 30-November 9
Box 21 1.220 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, lights by Jeffery Pines, with Erica Washington, Audrey Reed, Juanita Johnson, Maceo Leon Thomas, Rodrigo Melgarejo, Leah Taylor, Santino Santiago, Flormaria Molina, David Castandeo, Carole Gunn, Laura Ng, Roxana Jacob, Chris Julun with Cattie Brownfield. Video recording, 2002 December 9
Box 24 1.251 16th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players. Video recording, 2003 February 13
Box 21 1.221 Selections from A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, with Yaw Agyeman, Warren Jackson, Christopher Julun, Marquetta Lewis and Bernardine Robinson. Video recording, 2003 April 10
Box 21 1.222 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, with Marquetta Lewis, Juanita Johnson, Maceo Leon Thomas, Stephanie Fleming, Melvin Duniya, Warren Jackson, Molinea Lewis, Vitaliya Galiawskaite, Elio Rodriguea, Rodrigo Melgarejo and Arthur Chaney. Video recording, 2003 May 5
Box 22 1.235a Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, with Marquetta Lewis, Juanita Johnson, Maceo Leon Thomas, Phillip Peterson, Brandon Taylor, James McCoy, Brian Fields, Sejal Patel, William Silar, Darryll Lloyd, Jaconda McClarin, Lesley Collins, Jonick Oatman and Stacy Ludwigsen. Video recording, 2003 December 8
Box 24 1.252 17th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players, Master of Ceremony: Sporty King. Video recording, 2004 February 19
Box 23 1.235b Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, with Jaunita Johnson, Deedra Kerr, Molinea Lewis, Maceo Leon Thomas, Darryl Lloyd, Todd Eddy, Adia Rasun, David Barlow, Aliant Mason, Warren Jackson, Honey Durruthy, Gabriel Pastrana, Jerome Crotty, Ashourina Yacoub, Marquitta Lewis, James Mulcahy, Stew Peterson, Bethany Gray, Mario Solis and Ariech Edlson. Video recording, 2004 April 26
Box 23 1.236 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, with Juanita Johnson, Molinea Lewis, Maceo Leon Thomas, Marquita Lews, Thema Peters, Anne Bennett, Warren Jackson, Abdul Shabooz, Vanessa Vazquez and Erica Douglas. Video recording, 2004 December 13
Box 24 1.253 18th Annual Oratorical Festival. Loop Players, Master of Ceremony: Sporty King. Video recording, 2005 February 17
Box 23 1.237 Short Suite. Loop Players, directed by Sydney Daniels, costumes by Yvonne Fegan, with Juanita Johnson, Molinea Lewis, Bernardine Robinson, Maceo Leon Thomas, Anlerney C. Garcia, Marquita Lewis, Tonji Daniels, Jessica Jones, Letricia C. Garcia and Jerrell Johnson. DVD recording, 2005 May 16

Magic Circle Theatre

Box 1 1.1 Bite On! adapted and directed by Guy Giarrizzo. Magic Circle Theatre, with Timothy Ascolese, Eric Behr, Rick Betts, Dianne Couves, Joyce Glasgow, J. Gonzalez and Hugh Karraker. Video recording (60 minutes, b/w), 1973 March 10. Condition: poor taping with tracking problems and tinny audio
Box 1 1.2 Nō Antigone adapted and directed by Guy Giarrizzo. Magic Circle Theatre, costumes by Michael Bermudez, with Eric Behr, Rick Betts, J Gonzalez, Hugh Karraker, Dianne Couves, Joyce Glasgow and Timothy Ascolese. Video recording (60 minutes, b/w), 1973 April. Condition: poor taping with tracking problems

National Jewish Theater

Box 6 1.72 The Dybbuk: Between Two Worlds by S. Anski (Shoyme Zanvil Rappoport). National Jewish Theater, adapted and directed by Sheldon Patinkin, sets by Gary Baugh, costumes by Jordan Ross, lights by Mary M. Badger, with Malcolm Rothman, Bernard Beck, Adam Goldman, Si Osborne, Chris Karchmar, Paul Barrosse, Donna Pieroni, Brian Shaw, Lisa Dodson, Lorna Raver Johnson, Stephanie Galfano, Bernie Landis, Rob Zelonky, Ruthe Miller, Magica Bottari, Kerry Reid, Natasha Lowe, Maria Cozzi, Sherby Reckles, Lawrence Novikoff and David Cromer. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 January
Box 7 1.73 Minnie’s Boys by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher. National Jewish Theater, directed by Estelle Goodman Spector, sets by David S.S. Davis, costumes by Jeffrey Kelly, lights by Michael Rourke, with Chet Grissom, David Alan Novak, Ross Lehman, Paul Barrosse, Tom Mula, Mary Mulligan, Wendy Parman, Alene Robertson, Martin Stempniak, Warren Fritzinger, Frank Farrell, David Beron, Peter Mohawk, Scott Sandoe, Ruth Perlman, Robert Lee Tadelman, Laura Kubiak, Angie Beutel and Johanna McKay. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 June
Box 7 1.74 The Puppetmaster of Lodz by Gilles Ségal. National Jewish Theater, directed by J.R. Sullivan, sets by Gary Baugh, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lights by Mary Badger, with Linda Kimbrough, Gerry Becker, Tom Mula and Paul Troglia. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 October
Box 7 1.75 After the Fall by Arthur Miller. National Jewish Theater, directed by Sheldon Patinkin, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lights by Robert Shook, with John Mahoney, Stephanie Galfano, Lisa Dodson, Jessica Grossman, Gary Brichetto, Bradley Mott, Mary Mulligan, Rondi Reed, Laura Gordon, Linnea Todd, Gary Houston, Si Osborne, Patrick O’Neill, Tom Reddington, Paulette Williams, Leo Harmon, Thomas Greene, Jenny Halliday and Christopher Noel. Video recording (approx. 180 minutes, color), 1989 March
Box 7 1.76 Listen to my Song: Kurt Weill’s Theatre Music devised by Sheldon Patinkin. National Jewish Theater, directed by Estelle Goodman Spector and Sheldon Patinkin, sets by John Murbach, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lights by Michael Rourke, with Kingsley Day, Frank Farrell, Kate Buddeke, Aisha deHaas, Donna Jerousek, Gary Lowery, Brian Herriott and Ross Lehman. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 January
Box 7 1.78 The Wizards of Quiz by Steve Feffer. National Jewish Theater, directed by Jeff Ginsberg, sets by Richard and Jacqueline Penrod, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lights by Chris Phillips, with Edward Jemison, Christopher Howe, Dev Kennedy, Richard Wharton, David Mink, Debra Rich and Warren Davis. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 December-1993 January
Box 7 1.79 Puttin’ on the Ritz: An Irving Berlin American Songbook conceived and directed by Sheldon Patinkin. National Jewish Theater, sets by Richard and Jacqueline Penrod, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lights by Rita Pietraszek, with Christopher DeAngelis, Frank Farrell, Anne Kanengeiser, Linda Leonard, Seth Swoboda and Nancy Voigts. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 July

New Tuners (Theatre Building)

Box 4 1.51 Nightingale by Charles Strouse. New Tuners (Theatre Building), directed by Stephen B. Scott, sets by Byron Schaffer, Jr., costumes by Pat Hart, lights by Chris Solger, with Arthur Pearson, Renee Aten, Bryan Bentlin, Timothy Ortmann, Valerie J. Glowinski, Susan Boldt, Robert F. Byrd, Gregory Franklin, Kim Mallery, Colette Hawley, Rebecca McCauley, Steve Childerston, Todd Jackson, Randal K. Boger and Jennifer Nees. Video recording (approx. 130 minutes, color), 1987
Box 4 1.52 A Change in the Heir by George Gorham and Daniel Sticco. New Tuners Theatre (Theatre Building), directed by Byron Schaffer, Jr., sets by Daniel Ostling, costumes by Patricia Hart, lights by Daniel Kipp, with Jane Blass, Sally Jo Bannow, Nathan Trent Rankin, Anne Kanengeiser, Timothy Ortmann, Linda McLaughlin, Paul Winberg, Jeff Talbot, Brian-Mark Conover, Sarah Worthington and Nan Leslie Kelly. Video recording (approx. 130 minutes, color), 1988
Box 5 1.53 Charlie’s Oasis and Museum Bar by Jane Boyd and Greg Opelka              

New Tuners (Theatre Building), directed by Ted Hoerl, sets and lighting by Thomas B. Mitchell, costumes by Shifra Werch, with David Weynand, Mary Mulligan, Matthew McDonald, Rhea Anne Cook, Lizanne Wilson, Tom A. Viveiros, Thomas Cooch, Allan Chambers, Mary Hager and Kelly Ellenwood. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1990 July 15

Box 5 1.54 Charlie’s Oasis and Museum Bar, by Jane Boyd and Greg Opelka. New Tuners (Theatre Building). Video recording in Omsk, Russia (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1990 December

Northlight Theatre

Box 2 1.23 Talking to Myself by Studs Terkel. Northlight Theatre, adapted and directed by Paul Sills, sets Carol Bleackley, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lights by Rita Pietraszek, with Dennis Cockrum, Christopher Holloway, Eddie Jemison, Warren Leming, Rachel MacKinnon, Joann Shapiro and Peter VanWagner. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 September 28

Organic Theater

Box 7 1.84 Compilation tape, Organic Theater:
  • Adventures of Huckleberry Finn adapted by the Organic Theater Company. Directed by Stuart Gordon and Tom Ward, sets and costumes by Mary Griswold and John Paoletti, lights by Geoffrey Bushor and Jim Gedwellas, music by Jonathan Pearthree, with Eric Berg, Roberta Custer, Richard Henzel, John Cameron Mitchell, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon, Meshach Taylor, Tom Towles and Peter Van Wagner. Video recording at the Goodman Theatre and broadcast on WTTW, 1985
  • Bleacher Bums conceived by Joe Mantegna. Directed by Stuart Gordon and Patterson Denny, associate director, Wendy Roth, sets by Michael Lowenstein, lights by Jim Gedwellas, with Joe Mantegna, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon, Roberta Custer, Richard Fire, Dennis Franz, Michael Saad, Keith Szarabajka and Ian Williams. Video recording, broadcast on WTTW, 1979
  • E/R by Gary Gilbert and J. Kahn. Directed by Peter Bonerz, developed by Eve Brandstein, with Elliott Gould, Marcia Strassman, Conchata Ferrell, Lynne Moody, Shuko Akune, Bruce A. Young and Corinne Bohner. Video recording, produced for television, 1984
Box 3 1.32 Bleacher Bums 1989 Edition by Joe Mantegna and updated by Richard Fire. Organic Theatre, directed by Joe Mantegna, sets and costumes by Mary Griswold and John Paoletti, lights by Geoffrey Bushor, with Sean Grennan, Lou Milione, Joan Schwenk, Ron Dean, George Wendt, Joel Murray, J.J. Johnston, Zaid Farid, Deana Dunagan and Hallie Goldblatt. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 July 26. Comments: user videotape dubbed June 1990
Box 8 1.85 Do the White Thing. Organic Theater, directed by Bob Curry and Nate Herman, with Aaron Freeman and Rob Kolson. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 November 10
Box 8 1.86 Egon. Organic Theater, directed by Diccon Ong and Stephan Mazurek, effects by John Boesche, costumes by Sraa [Sara?] Davidson, choreography by Georgia Ragsdale, with Loren Crawford, Brian Jeffery, Marisa O’Neill, Shannon Raglin, Maria Dicintio, David New, Timothy O’Slynne, Georgia Ragsdale and Mary Ward. Video recording of workshop performance includes scenes 1, 3, 4, 10, 13 and 14 (approx. 32 minutes, color), circa 1991

Pegasus Players

Box 1 1.5 The Supporting Cast written and directed by George Furth. Pegasus Players, sets by Robert G. Smith, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Peter Gottlieb, with Suzanne Thompson, Helen Caro, Kelly Nespor, Wayne Brown and Irene Schachte. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1986 August 10. Comments: Production introduced by playwright
Box 1 1.10 Snow by John Logan. A joint production between Pegasus Players and Stormfield, directed by Terry McCabe, sets by Eve Cauley, lights by, Peter Gottlieb, costumes by Jeffrey Kelly, sound by Terry McCabe and John Logan, with Jerry Bloom, Thomas Carroll, Morgan McCabe, Loren Rubin, Donna Powers, Ellen Kohrman, Miranda Danilorr, Stephanie Galfano, Randy Colborn, Gary Brichetto, Nicholas Kusenko, Ted Kamp, Chip Hess, Craig Bennett, Amy Jagodnik, Roger Lindsay and Bonnie Lucas. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 October 7
Box 1 1.8 Pacific Overtures by Steven Sondheim and John Weidman. Pegasus Players, directed by Victoria Bussert, sets by Russel Borski, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Richard Bond, with Russell Kuzuhara, Gail Norris, Diedre Dolan, Meg Seller, Linda McLaughlin, Craig Bennett, Willis Carroll Moore, Guy Mount, Don Mayo, Dan Ferretti, Rick Boynton, Paul Winberg, Brian McLaughlin, Robert Mason, Vince Longergan, Tim Schall, Guy Mount, Robert Bundy, Tom Siddoway, Leo Daignault, Brian-Mark Conover and Leo Daignault. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 May 22. Comments: Tape missing last 4 minutes of production
Box 2 1.13 Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by August Wilson. Pegasus Players, directed by Jonathan Wilson, sets by David S.S. Davis, costumes by Jeffrey Kelly, lights by Diane Ferry Williams, with David Welsh, Jack Kandel, Don Mayo, Samuel Brooks, Don Blackwell, Harry J. Lennix, Pat “Soul” Scaggs, Valarie Tekosky, Michael Shepperd and Keith Belzer. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 February 11
Box 2 1.16 The Frogs by Steven Sondheim and Burt Shevelove. Pegasus Players, directed by Victoria Bussert and Jeffrey Lewis, sets by Russel Borski, costumes by Anne Jaros, lights by Mary Jo Dondlinger, with Brian McLaughlin, Dan Shea, Ted Kamp, David Ruckman, Sandy Borglum, Mark Brandon, Anthony Cesaretti, Brian-Mark Conover, Leo Daignault, Dan Ferretti, McKinley Johnson, Katrina Kelly, Mary Jo Licata, Vince Lonergan, Jordan March, Thomas Marshall, Paul Martinez, Don Mayo, Linda McLaughlin, Linda Murphy, Jamie Pachino, Nathan Rankin, Beth Robins, Tom Siddoway, Josh White, Paul Winberg and Mark Brandon. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 May 21
Box 2 1.18 Precious Sons written and directed by George Furth. Pegasus Players, sets by Carl Forsberg, costumes by Jeffrey Kelly, lights by Peter Gottlieb, with Michael Govern, Christian Robinson, Lee Guthrie, Gary Brichetto and Ruth Jacobson. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 August

Remains Theatre

Box 3 1.29 Speed the Plow by David Mamet. Remains Theatre and Wisdom Bridge Theatre, directed by Joel Schumacher, sets by Michael S. Philippi and Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with William L. Petersen, D.W. Moffett and Hope Davis. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 April 27

Second City

Box 3 1.38 Sketches from The Second City. Second City, with Alan Arkin, Shelley Long, Bill Murray, Betty Thomas, and John Candy. Video recording (approx. 15 minutes, color and b/w), 1984 December

Steppenwolf Theater

Box 1 1.3 True West, by Sam Shepard. Steppenwolf Theatre Company [and American Playhouse] production, directed by Allan A. Goldstein, stage direction by Gary Sinise, sets by Bruce & Bruce, costumes by Patricia Eiben, lights by A. Wright, with John Malkovich, Gary Sinise, Sam Schacht and Margaret Thomson. Video recording by Academy Entertainment (approx. 110 minutes, color), circa 1984
Box 8 1.87 Educating Rita by Willy Russell. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jeff Perry, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Austin Pendleton and Laurie Metcalf. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 March 19
Box 8 1.88 Killers by John Olive. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Robert Breuler, Nathan Davis, Jim True, Ted Levine and Laurie Metcalf. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 June
Box 8 1.89 The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, adapted and directed by Frank Galati. Steppenwolf, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kevin Rigdon and Erin Quigley, with Tom Irwin, Cheryl Lynn Bruce, Terry Kinney, Gary Sinise, Michael Smith, Alan Wilder, Howard Elfman, Eric Simonson, Keith Byron-Kirk, Terrance MacNamara, Skipp Sudduth, Robert Breuler, Lois Smith, Lucina Paquet, Nathan Davis, Dana Lubotsky, Christian Robinson, John C. Reilly, James Noah, Yvonne Suhor, Jim True, Tim Hopper, Louise Freistadt, Tonia Jackson, Theodore Schulz, Rick Snyder, Paul G. Scherrer, Jim Donovan, P.J. Brown, Ron Crawford, Nancy Lollar, Ramsay Midwood, Elsa Wenzel, Rondi Reed, Elizabeth K. Austin, Darryl D. Davis and Relioues DeVar. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1988 October 6
Box 2 1.21 The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kevin Rigdon and Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Tom Irwin, Cheryl Lynn Bruce, Terry Kinney, Gary Sinise, Michael Smith, Alan Wilder, Howard Elfman, Eric Simonson, Keith Byron-Kirk, Terrance MacNamara, Skipp Sudduth, Robert Breuler, Lois Smith, Lucina Paquet, Nathan Davis, Dana Lubotsky, Christian Robinson, John C. Reilly, James Noah, Yvonne Suhor, Jim True and Tim Hopper. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1988 October 14
Box 4 1.43 Stepping Out by Richard Harris. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Rondi Reed, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Shannon Cochran, Ann Stevenson Whitney, Jenny Bacon, Dolores Noah, Linda Stephens, Celeste Lynch, Francis Guinan, Carlton Miller, Irma P. Hall and Deanna Dunagan. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 December 28
Box 4 1.44 A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Tim H. Oien, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Robert Christen, with Robert Breuler and Rick Snyder. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 February
Box 4 1.47 Ring Round the Moon by Jean Anouilh. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Rondi Reed, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Edgar Meyer, Tim Hopper, Johanna McKay, Joan Schwenk, Kevin Crowley, Vera Ward, Laurie V. Logan, Clive Rosengren, Gerry Becker, Sarah Long and Linda Stephens. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 April
Box 4 1.49 El Salvador by Rafael Lima. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Francis Guinan, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Ed Wilkerson, Mike Nussbaum, Tim Hopper, Will Zahrn, Kevin J. O’Connor, Ted Levine and Doreen Calderon. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 June 29
Box 5 1.55 The Homecoming by Harold Pinter. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jeff Perry, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Tom Irwin, Alan Wilder, Rick Snyder, Jim True, Randall Arney and Moira Harris. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 September 24
Box 8 1.90 The Homecoming by Harold Pinter. Steppenwolf, directed by Jeff Perry, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, with Tom Erwin, Alan Wilder, Rick Snyder, Jim True, Randall Arney and Moira Harris. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 September-November
Box 5 1.59 The Secret Rapture by David Hare. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Linda Buchanan, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Peter Gottlieb, with Linda Emond, Rondi Reed, Patrick Clear, Barbara Robertson, Jeffrey Hutchinson and Kathleen O’Grady. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990
Box 5 1.56 The Geography of Luck by Marlane Meyer. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with James Noah, Jim True, David Cromer, Robert Brueler, Alan Wilder, Shannon Cochran, Amy Morton and Mariann Mayberry. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color) 1990 January 30
Box 8 1.91 Reckless by Craig Lucas. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Joan Allen, Michael Krawic, Boyd Gaines, Susan Nussbaum, Alan Wilder, Jane Lynch and Molly Regan. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 April 19
Box 5 1.57 Love Letters by A. R. Gurney. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney and Stephen B. Eich, production design by Kevin Rigdon, with Austin Pendleton and Molly Regan. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 May 19
Box 5 1.58 Wrong Turn at Lungfish by Garry Marshall and Lowell Ganz. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Garry Marshall, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with John Mahoney, Mariann Mayberry, Ally Sheedy and Tim Hopper. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 July 29
Box 5 1.62 Curse of the Starving Class by Sam Shepard. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Jim True, Moira Harris, Kathryn Erbe, Alan Wilder, Robert Breuler, Rick Snyder and Afram Bill Williams. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991
Box 5 1.63  Earthly Possessions by Anne Tyler. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Robert Christen, with Molly Regan, Joan Allen, Kimberly Dal Santo, Kevin Anderson, Alan Wilder, Ellen Beckerman, Rondi Reed, Peggy Roeder, Rick Snyder, Randall Arney and Sally Murphy. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1991 (Copy 1)
Box 8 1.92 Earthly Possessionsby Anne Tyler. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Robert Christen, with Molly Regan, Joan Allen, Kimberly Dal Santo, Kevin Anderson, Alan Wilder, Ellen Beckerman, Rondi Reed, Peggy Roeder, Rick Snyder, Randall Arney and Sally Murphy. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1991 (Copy 2)
Box 5 1.60 Harvey by Mary Chase. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Austin Pendleton, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Sally Murphy, Rondi Reed, Randall Arney, Christine Ashe, Peggy Roeder, Linda Emond, John Gegenhuber, Jeffrey Hutchinson, Robert Breuler, Marge Kotlisky, Del Close and Patrick Clear. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 January-February
Box 5 1.61 Another Time by Ronald Harwood. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Ronald Harwood, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Albert Finney, Andrew White, Rondi Reed, Molly Regan, Terry Kinney, Peggy Roeder and James Irwin. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 April-May
Box 6 1.64 Your Home in the West by Rod Wooden. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tom Irwin, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Rondi Reed, Ted Levine, Melissa Orban, Estelle Parsons, Andrew Leman, Tim Hopper and Shannon Cochran. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color) 1991 October-November
Box 6 1.65  A Summer Remembered by Charles Nolte. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Stephen Eich, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Kevin Rigdon with Robert Breuler, Lucina Paquet, Thomas Carroll, Barbara Robertson, Gary Cole, Scott Benjaminson, Todd Spicer, Amy Love, Anne Tremko, Diane Houghton, Martha Lavey, Jim True and Kara Zediker. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 December-1992 January (Copy 1)
Box 8 1.93 A Summer Rememberedby Charles Nolte. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Stephen Eich, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Kevin Rigdon with Robert Breuler, Lucina Paquet, Thomas Carroll, Barbara Robertson, Gary Cole, Scott Benjaminson, Todd Spicer, Amy Love, Anne Tremko, Diane Houghton, Martha Lavey, Jim True and Kara Zediker. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 December-1992 January (Copy 2)
Box 6 1.66 A Slip of the Tongue by Dusty Hughes. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Simon Stokes, sets by Thomas Lynch, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch, lights by Kevin Rigdon with John Malkovich, Clotilde Courau, Lizzy McInnerny, Kara Zediker and Ingeborga Dapkunaite. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 March 18
Box 6 1.67 The Song of Jacob Zulu by Tug Yourgrau. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Robert Christen, with Pat Bowie, Robert Breuler, Patrick Clear, David Connelly, Leelai Demoz, Deanna Dunagan, K. Todd Freeman, Erika L. Heard, Danny Johnson, John Mahoney, Gary De Witt Marshall, Zakes Mokae, Tania Richard, Alan Wilder, Nicholas Cross Wodtke and Cedric Young. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 April-May
Box 9 1.94 My Thing of Love by Alexandra Gersten. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Laurie Metcalf, Tom Irwin, Kathryn Erbe, Tim Hopper, Kira Spencer Hesser, Zoe Perry, Elizabeth Armstrong and Logan Hutt. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 August 12
Box 9 1.96 Awake and Sing! by Clifford Odets. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Sheldon Patinkin, sets by Michael Merritt and Kurt Sharp, costumes by Frances Maggio, lights by Robert Shook, with Francis Guinan, Barbara Robertson, Nathan Davis, Rengin Altay, Jeffrey Lieber, Robert Breuler, Jeff Perry, Alan Wilder and David Alan Novak. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 October 28
Box 9 1.100 Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Scott Bradley, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Tracy Letts, Nathan Davis, Rondi Reed, Jeff Perry, Paula Korologos, Robert Breuler, Tim Hopper, Troy West and Travis Morris. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 November 17
Box 9 1.95 Inspecting Carol by Daniel Sullivan and Seattle Repertory Theatre Resident Company. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Peter Hartwell, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Joey Ascaridis, Gerry Becker, Robert Breuler, Shannon Cochran, Deanna Dunagan, Jane Lynch, David Alan Novak, Austin Pendleton, Darryl Alan Reed, Gene Weygandt, Ann Whitney and Alan Wilder. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 January 13
Box 9 1.97 Ghost in the Machine by David Gilman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jim True, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Christine A. Solger, with Randall Arney, Martha Lavey, Rick Snyder, Mariann Mayberry, Del Close and Even Chen. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 May
Box 9 1.98 Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Howard Werner, with Rondi Reed, Gary Cole and John Mahoney. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 August
Box 9 1.99 Libra based on the novel by Don DeLillo. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by John Malkovich, sets by David Gropman, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Alexis Arquette, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, K. Todd Freeman, Laurie Metcalf, Ron Perkins, Ned Schmidtke, Rick Snyder, Craig Spidle and Meredith Zinner. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1994 June 22
Box 9 1.101 Slavs! by Tony Kushner. Steppenwolf, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Scott Bradley, costumes by Kärin Kopischke, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Bernie Landis, Jim Mohr, Nathan Davis, Dick Cusack, William J. Norris, Mariann Mayberry, Amy Morton, Martha Lavey and Heather Marie Johnson. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1994 June 30
Box 9 1.102 Talking Heads by Alan Bennett. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by John Mahoney, sets by Linda Buchanan, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Estelle Parsons, Martha Lavey and Alan Wilder. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1994 August 18
Box 9 1.103 Time of my Life by Alan Ayckbourn. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Michael Maggio, sets by Linda Buchanan, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Robert Breuler, Molly Regan, Neil Flynn, Ian Barford, Martha Lavey, Mariann Mayberry and David Alan Novak Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1995 February-March
Box 9 1.104 As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets and costumes by John Paoletti, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Cynthia Baker, Ian Barford, Christopher Bauer, Robert Breuler, Dana Eskelson, Neil Flynn, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Pat Healy, Steve Key, Jay Kiecolt-Wahl, Mariann Mayberry, Bill McGough, Nick Offerman, Jeff Perry, Robert Radkoff-Ek, Michael Sassone, Craig Spidle, Heidi Stillman, Marc Vann and Will Zahrn. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1995 July-August
Box 10 1.105 Everyman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Frank Galati, music director Edward Zelnis, sets and costumes by John Paoletti, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Cheryl Lynn Bruce, Lou Ferguson, David Alan Novak, Jay Kiecolt-Wahl, Michael Sokol, Anthony Diaz-Perez, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Alan Wilder, Cecilia Saurez, Jane C. Cho, Ajay Naidu, Tania Richard, Mariann Mayberry, Kyle Hall, Johnny Lee Davenport, Michael Kachingwe and featuring the Windy City Gay Chorus. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1995 November-1996 January
Box 10 1.106 The Libertine by Stephen Jeffreys. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Johnson, sets by Derek McLane, costumes by Virgil C. Johnson, lights by Kevin Rigdon with John Malkovich, Alan Wilder, Marc Vann, Steve Key, Mariann Mayberry, Lisa Nicholls, Ian Barford, Martha Plimpton, Si Osborne, Carole Gutierrez, Missi Pyle, Francis Guinan, Alan Wilder, Christopher Hainsworth and Pat Healy. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1996 February-April
Box 10 1.107 Supple in Combat by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Max Mayer, sets by Narelle Sissons, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with John Mahoney, Martha Lavey, Ron Dean, Linda Stephens and David Alan Novak. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1996 June
Box 10 1.108 Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Neil Patel, costumes by Karin Simonson Kopischke, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Orion Barnes, Robert Breuler, Matt DeCaro, Matt Doherty, Deanna Dunagan, Raul E. Esparza, Tom Farnan, Nicholas Jay Friedman, Jeffrey Hutchinson, Romanos Isaac, Soseh Kevorkian, Rich Komenich, Phillip J. Lee, David New, Paul Pierro, David Perry, Jennifer Erin Roberts, Sharon Sachs, Gabriel Sigal, Chris Simpson, Rick Snyder, Chas Vrba and Will Zahrn. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1996 October-November
Box 11 1.112 Skylight by David Hare. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Mike Nussbaum, sets by Kevin Snow, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Robert Christen, with Sally Murphy, Martin McClendon and Francis Guinan. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1997
Box 11 1.115 Time to Burn by Charles L. Mee. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Jeb Brown, Irma P. Hall, Yasen Peyankov, Alexandra Billings, Mariann Mayberry, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Frankie Davila, Larry Russo, Paul Mullins, Romanos Isaac, Manao DeMuth, Mike Nussbaum, Tonray Ho, Michael Dailey and John Sierros. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1997 February-March
Box 10 1.109-1.110 A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Robert Brill, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Gary Sinise, Kathryn Erbe, Amy Morton, Audrey Morgan, Laila Robins, Rick Snyder, John C. Reilly, John C. Seda, Krishna Le Fan, Sandra Marquez, Mike Sassone, Kirsten Fitzgerald and Vivien Lyon. Video recording (approx. 180 minutes, color), 1997 May-June
Box 11 1.114 The Cryptogram by David Mamet. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Scott Zigler, sets by Kevin Snow, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Shannon McKinney, with Amy Morton, Marc Vann and Zaks Lubin. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1997 June-July
Box 11 1.111 A Fair Country by Jon Robin Baitz. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Scott Zigler, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham Bauer, lights by Howard Werner, with Barney O’Hanlon, Barbara eda-Young, Cedric Young, Jack McLaughlin-Gray, Robert Breuler, Larry Grimm and Mariann Mayberry. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1997 July-August
Box 11 1.113 Space by Tina Landau. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Tom Irwin, Amy Morton, Craig Zimmerman, Robert Breuler, Mariann Mayberry, Morocco Omari, Daniel Smith and Alexandra Billings. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1997 December-1998 January
Box 17 1.181 Goodbye Stranger by Carrie Luft. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Polly Noonan, sets by Dan Ostling, costumes by Janice Pytel, lights by Christine Solger-Binder, with Paul Adelstein, Pat Healy, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Greta Oglesby, Denise Odom, Jill Kraft and Dale Ray Rivera. Video recording, 1998 January 21-February 15
Box 11 1.116 The Memory of Water written by Shelagh Stephenson. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Les Waters, sets by Annie Smart, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Christine Solger-Binder, with Amy Morton, Mary Beth Fisher, Martha Lavey, Heather Ehlers, Tim Grimm and Rick Snyder. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1998 February-March
Box 11 1.117 The Man Who Came to Dinner by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by James Burrows, sets by Michael Yeargan, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Susan Osborne-Mott, Linda Kimbrough, Darin Toonder, Suzanne Shaw, Michael Nowak, Lee Roy Rogers, S. Cochran, Jane Galloway Heitz, Robert Breuler, Harriet Harris, Thomas Joseph Carroll, John Mahoney, Natalie West, Rick Snyder, Jim Ortlieb, Matthew Armstrong, Christian Stolte, Shannon Cochran, Ross Lehman and Alan Wilder. Video recording (approx. 180 minutes, color), 1998 April-June
Box 17 1.182 Pot Mom by Justin Tanner. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Wilson Milam, sets by Mark Netherland, costumes by Jana Stauffer, lights by Heather Gilbert, with Laurie Metcalf, Rondi Reed, Johnny Galecki, Tom Irwin, Katie Cassis, Zoe Perry, Matt Roth, Brendan Smith, Carey Peters and Dado. Video recording, 1998 June 28-July 26
Box 16 1.180 The Playboy of the Western World by John Millington Synge. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Doug Hughes, sets by Anita Stewart, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Michael Chybowksi, with Martha Plimpton, B. J. Jones, Jerome Kilty, Bradley Armacost, Rob Riley, Jim True, Moira Harris, Georgina Stoyles, Melanie Moore, Laura Ruth, Lanny Flaherty, Eamonn McDonagh, Jack McCabe and Lisa Stevens. Video recording, 1998 July 12-August 23
Box 17 1.184 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Mark Brokaw, sets by Allen Moyer, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Mark McCullough, with Tim Hopper, Molly Regan, Martha Plimpton and David New. Video recording, 1998 December 3-1999 January 30
Box 18 1.186 Three Days of Rain by Richard Greenberg. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Todd Rosenthal, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Christine Solger-Binder, with Tracy Letts, Amy Morton and Ian Barford. Video recording 1999 February 11-April 4
Box 17 1.183 Mizlansky/Zilinsky or “Schmucks” by Jon Robin Baitz. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Amy Morton, sets by Dan Ostling, costumes by Stacy Ellen Rich, lights by Charles Jolls, with Andy Rothenberg, David Alan Novak, Will Zahrn, Francis Guinan, Marc Grapey, Ross Lehman, Michael Canavan and Sarah Charipar. Video recording, 1999 March 24-May 9
Box 17 1.185 Morning Star by Sylvia Regan. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Frank Galati, sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto, lights by Brian MacDevitt, with Melanie Moore, Shannon Cochran, Yasen Peyankov, Elizabeth Ledo, Paul Adelstein, Jenny Bacon, Aaron Himelstein, David New, Roderick Peeples, Rick Snyder, Ora Jones, Jon Wellner and Evan Bregman. Video recording, 1999 April 4-June 20
Box 18 1.187 The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Loy Arcenas, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Aideen O’ Kelly, Rondi Reed, Christopher Fitzgerald and Rick Snyder. Video recording, 1999 July 8-August 29
Box 18 1.188 Side Man by Warren Leight. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Mark Wendland, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Kevin Adams, with Garret Dillahunt, Rondi Reed, Carmen Roman, Rick Snyder, Will Zahrn, Alan Wilder and Jason Wells. Video recording, 1999 September 16-November 7
Box 18 1.189 Hysteria by Terry Johnson. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by John Malkovich, sets by David Gropman, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Paul Gallo, with Yasen Peyankov, Lusia Strus, Mariann Mayberry, Nicholas Rudall, Marc Vann, Joyce Gordon and Mildred K. Lombardi. Video recording, 1999 November 26-2000 January 22
Box 19 1.198 Division Street America by Studs Terkel, adapted by Steve Totland. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, directed by Curt Columbus with Steve Walker, DuShon Monique Brown, Michele DiMaso, Troy West, Halena Kays, Peter Zinn, Marjie Rynearson and Anthony Fleming III. Video Recording, 2000 October
Box 19 1.199 Cross Town Ensemble. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jessica Thebus, coached by Ron Bogacki, Ann Boyd, Carolyn Hoerdemann and Kimberly Senior. Video recording, 2000 December 17
Box 19 1.201a-b David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Giles Havergal, sets by Kate Edmunds, costumes by Virgil C. Johnson, lights by Peter Maradudin, with Jim True-Frost, Ryan Rentmeester, Molly Regan, Mariann Mayberry, Christian Kohn, Maureen Gallagher, Rick Snyder, Christian Stolte, Julie Marie Paparella, James Houton, Troy West, Rondi Reed, Robert Breuler, Jay Whittaker, Krista Lally, Lacie Goff, Zach Gray, Max Kirsch, Majid Nolley, Dennis Olsen and Miranda Pettengill. Video recording, 2001 February 1-March 25
Box 19 1.200 The Water Engine by David Mamet. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, directed by Jessica Thebus, sets by Stephanie Nelson, costumes by Brooke M. Schaffner, lights by J.R. Lederle, with Elizabeth Birnkrant, Matthew Callahan, Peter DeFaria, Patrick Dollymore, Steve Emily, David Engel, Danny McCarthy, Julia Neary and Andre Vawdrey. Video recording, 2001 February 20-March 10
Box 19 1.202a-b The Drawer Boy written by Michael Healey. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Michael Yeargen, costumes by Janice P. Pytel, lights by Kevin Adams, with Frank Galati, Johnny Galecki and John Mahoney. Video recording, 2001 April 12-June 10
Box 19 1.203a-b Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Doug Hughes, sets by Neil Patel, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lights by Michael Chybowski, with Jane Galloway Heitz, Brigid Duffy, Matthew Sussman, Martha Plimpton, Amy J. Carle, Tom Irwin and Tim Hopper. Video recording, 2001 June 28-August 19
Box 19 1.204a-b Mother Courage and her children by Bertolt Brecht, adapted by David Hare. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Allen Moyer, costumes by James Schuette, lights by Kenneth Posner, with Robert Breuler, Joe Foust, Sally Murphy, Wendy Robie, Nicholas Rudall, John Sierros, Lois Smith, Jeff Still, Amy Warren, E. Milton Wheeler, Jay Whittaker, Larry Yando, Eric Aviles, Ian Brennan, Leonard Kraft, Bruch Reed, Sara Antunovich, Hans Fleischmann, Jesse Geiger, David Gray, Russell Heller, Elizabeth Levy, Michael Macias and Taj McCord. Video recording, 2001 September 13-November 4
Box 20 1.205 Wishes, Suspicions and Secret Ambitions: The Stories of Carl Sandburg. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, conceived and directed by Ann Boyd, Fall Arts Exchange. Video recording (approx. 80 minutes), 2001 October 5-November 3
Box 20 1.206 Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Amy Morton, sets by Derek McLane, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Pat Collins, with Mike Nussbaum, Tracy Letts, Matt DeCaro, Alan Wilder, David Pasquesi, Peter Burns and Gary Brichetto. Video recording, 2001 November 23-2002 January 19
Box 20 1.207 Resistance. . . .In Color. Steppenwolf Theatre. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes), 2001 December 16
Box 20 1.208a-b Maria Arndt by Elsa Bernstein. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lights by Scott Zielinski with Molly Reagan, Greta Sidwell Honold, Courtney Shaughnessy, Christopher Innvar, Marilynn Bogetich, Bradley Armacost, Brett Korn, Brad Eric Johnson and Juliana Thornton. Video recording, 2002 January 31-March 24
Box 20 1.209a-b The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by ensemble member Frank Galati, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Marilyn Dodds Frank, Yasen Peyankov, Coby Goss, James Joseph, Kurt Naebig, B.J. Jones, Rondi Reed, Sally Murphy, Ian Brennan, Lois Smith, Alan Wilder, Amy Morton, David New, Christopher Innvar, Jessica Wilder and James Eldrenkamp. Video recording, 2002 April 18-June 16
Box 20 1.210 Cross Town Spring. Steppenwolf. Video recording (approx. 60 minutes), 2002 May 5
Box 20 1.211 The Dazzle by Richard Greenberg. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by David Cromer, sets by Joseph Wade, costumes by Kristine Knanishu, lights by Jaymi Lee Smith, with David Pasquesi, Tracy Letts and Susan Bennett. Video recording, 2002 May 9-June 6
Box 20 1.212a-b Purple Heart by Bruce Norris. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Daniel P. Ostling, costumes by James Schuette, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Laurie Metcalf, Christopher Evan Welch, Rosemary Prinz and Nathan Kiley. Video recording, 2002 July 5-August 25
Box 20 1.214a-b The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by GW “Skip” Mercier, costumes by James Schuette, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Jeff Perry, Yasen Peyankov, Robert Breuler, Zach Gray, Richard Cotovsky, Scott Antonucci, Patrick New, Heather Anne Prete, Timothy Hendrickson, Guy Adkins, Don Shell, Ann Joseph, Lawrence MacGowan, Amy Morton, Mark L. Montgomery, Guy Van Swearingen, Howard Witt, Ana Sferruzza, Donna McGough, Dan Flannery, Jennifer Sydney, Greg Beam, Aaron Manby and Kay Perdue. Video recording, 2002 September 12-November 3
Box 21 1.215a-b I Just Stopped By to See the Man by Stephen Jeffreys. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Tom Lynch, costumes by Kristine Knanishu, lights by Chris Binder, with Jim True-Frost, Anthony Chisholm and Yvette Ganier. Video recording, 2002 November 14-2003 January 12
Box 21 1.216a-b Wedding Band by Alice Childress. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Ron OJ Parson, sets by Todd Rosenthal, costumes by Myrna Colley-Lee, lights by Kathy A. Perkins, with Libya Pugh, Jasmine Randle, Monifa Days, TaRon Patton, Ann Joseph, Will Sims II, Robert Breuler, Rae Gray, Rick Synder, Jennie Moreau and Deanna Dunagan. Video recording, 2003 February 6-March 30
Box 21 1.217a-b The Violet Hour by Richard Greenberg. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Robert Brill, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Kate Arrington, Josh Hamilton, Tim Hopper, Ora Jones and Kevin Stark. Video recording, 2003 April 17-June 15
Box 21 1.218a-b Homebody/Kabul by Tony Kushner. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Frank Galati, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfled, lights by Christopher Akerlind, with Amy Morton, Ali Farahnakian, Aasif Mandvi, Reed Birney, Tracy Letts, Elizabeth Ledo, Arian Moayed, Firdous Bamji, Omar Metwally, Diana Simonzadeh, Jeremy Beiler, Diana M. Konopka, Raymond Kurut and Chris Yonan. Video recording, 2003 July 10-August 31
Box 20 1.213 Cupid and Psyche. Steppenwolf and Cross Town Ensemble. Video recording (approx. 55 minutes), undated

Stormfield Theatre

Box 1 1.4 The Gift of the Magi by Ross Lehman and Mark Weston based on a story by O. Henry. Stormfield Theatre, directed by Terry McCabe, sets by Roy Hine, lights by Mary Quinlan, costumes by Karry Fleming, with Jill Reznick, Dan Crowley, Laura Donnelly, Sean Baldwin and Kingsley Day. Video recording, 1985              

Condition: Fair quality with tracking and lighting problems

Box 3 1.40 Krapp’s Last Tape and Theatre II by Samuel Beckett. Stormfield Theatre Company, directed by James O’Reilly, designed by Terry McCabe, with Amanda Sullivan, Patricia Wappner and Richard Burton Brown. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1986 August 23. Comments: user videotape dubbed 1991 July
Box 3 1.41 Hauptmann by John Logan. Stormfield Theatre, directed by Terry McCabe, sets by Christopher Allen, lights by Ellen E. Jones, costumes by Jerry Stauduhar, with Denis O’Hare, Layne Beamer, Donna Powers, Wendy Lueker, Nicholas Kusenko, Jerry Bloom and Gary Brichetto. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1986 November 7. Comments: user videotape dubbed 1991 July
Box 1 1.6 Gift of the Magi by Ross Lehman and Mark Weston based on a story by O. Henry. Stormfield Theatre, directed by Terry McCabe and Ross Lehman, sets by Roy Hine, lights by Mary Quinlan and Terry McCabe, costumes by Kerry Fleming, with Lynn Baber, Brian-Mark Conover, Stephanie Galfano, Rick Boynton and Rick Boynton. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1986 December
Box 1 1.7 Emerald Tree Boa by Clifton Campbell. Stormfield Theatre, directed by Terry McCabe, sets by Eve Cauley, lights by Ellen E. Jones, costumes by Lynn Sandberg, with Ellyn Duncan, Edward Blatchford, Karl Poffhoff, James Schneider, Lynda Foxman and Ellen Kohrman. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 March 4. Condition: slight echo and hum
Box 1 1.10 Snow by John Logan. A joint production between Pegasus Players and Stormfield, directed by Terry McCabe, sets by Eve Cauley, lights by, Peter Gottlieb, costumes by Jeffrey Kelly, sound by Terry McCabe and John Logan, with Jerry Bloom, Thomas Carroll, Morgan McCabe, Loren Rubin, Donna Powers, Ellen Kohrman, Miranda Danilorr, Stephanie Galfano, Randy Colborn, Gary Brichetto, Nicholas Kusenko, Ted Kamp, Chip Hess, Craig Bennett, Amy Jagodnik, Roger Lindsay and Bonnie Lucas. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 October 7

Vic Theatre

Box 3 1.42 Hair by Jerome Ragni and James Rado. The Vic Theatre, directed by Dominic Missimi, sets and light by Rob Hamilton, costumes by Nancy Missimi, with Michael Bartsch, Rich Boynton, E. Faye Butler, Annette Calud, Darius de Haas, Annette de la Torre, Mary Beth Dolan, Frances Epsen, Darrian Ford, Jamie Dawn Gangi, Rob Helms, Briand d. James, James Kall, David Marshall, Dana Oland, Robyn Peterman, Murray Phillips, Robin K. Spears, Keith Stewart, Rhae Ann Theriault, Ron Wilson, Karyn Young-Lowe and Jim Zager. Video recording (approx. 80 minutes, color), circa 1988 November

Victory Gardens Theatre

Box 1 1.11 Expectations by Dean Corrin. Victory Gardens, directed by Dennis Zacek, sets by James Dardenne, costumes by John Hancock Brooks, Jr., lights by Barbara Reeder, with Edgar Meyer, Kathleen Cecchin, Scott McPherson, Annabel Armour and Jack McLaughlin-Gray. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 December 16
Box 1 1.12 The Stick Wife by Darrah Cloud. Victory Gardens, directed by Sandy Shinner, sets by James Dardenne, costumes by Nan Zabriskie, lights by Michael Rourke, with Deanna Dunagan, Joe D. Lauck, Amy Morton, Michael W. Nash, Laurel Cronin and Dennis Cockrum. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 February 10
Box 3 1.30 Music from a Locked Room by John Logan. Victory Gardens Theater, directed by Dennis Zacek, sets by James Dardenne, costumes by Kerry Fleming, lights by Ellen E. Jones, with Patrick Clear, Robb Zelonky, Denis P. O’Hare, Deanna Dunagan, Glendon Gabbard, Sarajane Avidon, Rebecca MacLean, Linda Emond and Carlos Sanz. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 May 3

Wisdom Bridge Theatre

Box 2 1.29 Speed the Plow by David Mamet. Remains Theatre and Wisdom Bridge Theatre, directed by Joel Schumacher, sets by Michael S. Philippi and Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with William L. Petersen, D.W. Moffett and Hope Davis. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 April 27

Series 2: Playwright Interviews

Box 25 2.1 (Excerpts) Playwright Nicholas Patricca is interviewed by Robert Colucci. Video recording (30 minutes), 1987
Box 25 2.2 Playwright Eugene Baldwin is interviewed by Richard Pettengill. Video recording (30 minutes), 1987 October 30
Box 25 2.3 Playwright Dean Corrin Interviewed by Sandy Shinner. Video recording (30 minutes), 1987 December 14
Box 25 2.4 Playwright Nicholas Patricca Interviewed by Arnold Aprill. Video recording (30 minutes), 1988 January 9
Box 25 2.5 Playwright Darrah Cloud Interviewed by Sandy Shinner. Video recording (30 minutes), 1988 January 28
Box 25 2.6 Playwright Richard Strand Interviewed by Dennis Cockrum. Video recording (30 minutes), 1988 February 2
Box 25 2.7 Playwright Charles Smith Interviewed by Nick Faust. Video recording (30 minutes), 1988 February 9
Box 25 2.8 Playwright John Logan Interviewed by Terry McCabe. Video recording (30 minutes), 1988 March 4
Box 25 2.9 Playwright Lonnie Carter Interviewed by Jonathan Abarbanel. Video recording (30 minutes), 1988 March 25
Box 25 2.10 Playwright Jeffrey Sweet Interviewed by Richard Christiansen. Video recording (35 minutes), 1988 May 28
Box 25 2.11 A Playwright Speaks: Nicholas Patricca is Interviewed by Robert Colucci. Video recording (30 minutes), 1990 January 25

Series 3: Public, Promotional and Educational Programs

Box 27 3.18 “Colors of Grey,” Free Street Too, produced by Scott Craig and “Season of Celebration,” Free Street Theater (excerpt). Video recording, 1976
Box 26 3.12 Free Street Theater promotional film, “A Season of Celebration.” Video recording (28 minutes, color), circa 1976
Box 27 3.19 Free Street Theater rehearsal tape. Video recording, circa 1970s
Box 27 3.20 Clown. Free Street Theater. Video recording (30 minutes, color), circa 1970s
Box 27 3.21 Higher than the Rainbow. Free Street Theater. Video recording (48 minutes), circa 1970s
Box 29 3.39 Jeff Awards. Video recording (90 minutes), 1980 October 20
Box 29 3.40 Jeff Awards. Video recording (80 minutes), 1982 February 3
Box 29 3.41 Jeff Awards. Video recording (66 minutes), 1982 November 3
Box 29 3.42 Jeff Awards. Video recording, 1982 October 13
Box 29 3.43 Jeff Awards. Video recording, 1983 November 7
Box 26 3.13 [David] Mamet, Profiles of a Writer, RM Arts. Video recording (55 minutes, color), 1985
Box 28 3.27 Carl Harms interviews Colleen Dewhurst. Video recording, 1986
Box 28 3.28 Non-traditional casting project, “Breaking Tradition.” Video recording (30 minutes) 1988 February 2
Box 25 3.1 Reflective Edge: An Evening of One Acts. Video recording, 1988 March 17
Box 25 3.2 Studs Terkel Reads Nelson Algren. Video recording (1 hour), 1988 March 21
Box 26 3.4 Breaking the Communication Barrier: The International Artist Program, a panel discussion with Pauline Brailsford, Nicholas Kent, Gcina Mhlophe, Michael Perkins, Nicholas Rudall and Richard Christiansen. Video recording (1 hour), 1988 April 20
Box 26 3.5 Chicago Playwrights, Personal Perspectives with Anne McGravie, John Logan and Charles Smith, moderated by Steve Scott. Video recording, 1988 April 23
Box 26 3.6 Steve Scott discusses direction and technical elements of Landscape of the Body and Flea in Her Ear at the Goodman Theatre. Video recording (20 minutes), 1988 May 19
Box 26 3.7 Demonstration tape of the Chicago Theater Collection including clips from: Sandy Shinner’s interview with Dean Corrin, Corrin’s Expectations, Shandy Shinner’s interview with Darrah Cloud, Cloud’s Stick Wife, Arnold Aprill’s interview with Nick Patricca, Patricca’s 5th Sun. Video recording (30 minutes), 1988 June
Box 26 3.8 Theatre as a Collaborative Process (The Nebraska Project), a panel discussion with director Doug Finlayson, actress Janis Henri, playwright John Logan and producer David Zak as moderator. Video recording (1 hour), 1988 June 23
Box 26 3.9 A Reading and Discussion of Charles Smith’s Play Jelly Belly. Directed by Dennis Zacek with Charles Glenn, Tony Smith Oscar Jordan, Donald Douglass and Diane White. Video recording, 1989 February 7
Box 26 3.10 Setting the Stage, Special Collections Department, Steven Rosofsky. Video recording, 1990 April 19
Box 27 3.14 An Interview with Stuart Gordon with Gary Houston. Video recording, 1990 May 14
Box 27 3.15 An Interview with Bernie Sahlins with Sheldon Patinkin, “Resetting the Stage” exhibition public program. Video recording, 1990 May 21
Box 27 3.16 “Reaching Out and Working Together,” a panel on Community Outreach. Video recording, 1990 June 2
Box 28 3.26.1-2 Lower Depths, symposium. Commons Theatre. Video recording, 1990 October 28, November 11 and November 25

Box 27

Box 28

3.22.1-10 Charlie’s Oasis Museum and Bar. New Tuners (Theatre Building), Omsk, Russia production. Video recording, circa 1990 December
Box 28 3.24 Scene from Dummy Hay. Commons Theatre, Video recording (3-4 minutes), undated
Box 28 3.25 “Arts on Access,” Jacques and His Master, Commons Theatre, interviews with Cal McLean, Cameron Pfiffner and Paul Thompson. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes, color), 1990
Box 27 3.17 An interview with Jim Shiflett, with Nicole Dreiske, “Resetting the Stage” Exhibition public program. Video recording, circa 1990
Box 28 3.29 Jeff Awards 25th Anniversary, Founders Forum at the John Marshall Law School. Video recording, 1993 January 30
Box 29 3.32 Jeff Awards Night. Video recording, 1998
Box 29 3.33 Jeff Awards Night. Video recording, 1999
Box 29 3.34 Jeff Awards Night. Video recording, 2001
Box 29 3.35 Jeff Awards Night. Video recording, 2002
Box 29 3.36 Jeff Awards Night. Video recording, 2003
Box 29 3.37 Jeff Awards Night. Video recording, 2004
Box 29 3.38 Jeff Awards Night. DVD recording, 2005
Box 29 3.30 The Surprise Show, produced by Stephanie Stone-Lidskin. Interview, Chicago Medieval Players. Video recording, undated

Series 4: City Arts Grant Applications

A

Box 30 4.1 The Three Musketeers. Absolute Theater Company. City Arts II supplementary materials. Video recording, 1989 May 7
Box 33 4.50 Actor’s Training with Rosario Vargas. Aguijon II Theater Company. Video recording, 1992 July 26
Box 34 4.67 AIDS Educational Theatre, excerpts. Video recording (32 minutes), undated
Box 34 4.55 Animart Puppet Theatre, sampler. Video recording (20 minutes), 1991

B

Box 32 4.33 Connections of the Heart. Bailiwick Repertory. Video recording, undated
Box 34 4.66 Jack Tales written and performed by Denise Berry and Michael Osborn. Video recording (45 minutes), 1991 June
Box 30 4.10 How the Devil Came Down Division Street, rough cut by Mark Blottner. Video recording (10 minutes), undated
Box 31 4.21 Physical Vision. Blue Rider with Lynn Book. Video recording, circa 1990
Box 32 4.36 After Mountains, More Mountains: The Haiti Stories. Blue Rider Theatre. Video recording, 1989 May 27
Box 32 4.37 The Uncensored Stories. Blue Rider Theatre, Video recording, undated
Box 35 4.71 I’m so far Behind, I thought I was First. Blue Rider Theatre with Theatre Arts Project of Thresholds. Video recording, undated
Box 35 4.82 Tongue. Blue Rider Theatre. Video recording, circa 1991 November

C

Box 32 4.35 Do You See What I’m Saying? Chameleon Productions. Video recording, 1991 January
Box 34 4.63 The Mothers by Lavonne Mueller. Chameleon Productions, world premiere. Video recording, undated
Box 30 4.6 Red Tango by Tom Yore. Chicago Actors Ensemble. Video recording, undated
Box 31 4.23 4th Annual Showcase of Short Plays. Chicago Dramatists Workshop. Video recording, 1992 February 6
Box 32 4.31 A Saint Nicholas Miracle. Chicago Medieval Players. Video recording, undated
Box 35 4.77 Child’s Play Touring Theater. Video recording, undated
Box 35 4.75 A Playwright Speaks by Robert Colucci. Video recording (20 minutes), undated
Box 32 4.30 Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov. Commons Theatre, directed by Cal MacLean. Video recording, 1987 September-November

E

Box 34 4.65 Phillip East. Video recording, undated
Box 33 4.48 ETA. Video recording, undated
Box 33 4.54 ETA Creative Arts Foundation, excerpts. Video recording, undated

F

Box 31 4.16 The Great Performance Project. Alternatives Inc. Youth, excerpts. Lisa Fay NAP application. Video recording, 1989 December

G

Box 35 4.69 Use It Again. Gaia Theatre. Video recording (10 min), undated

I

Box 30 4.5 Cinderella. Illustrated Theater Touring Company. Video recording (9 minutes), undated
Box 33 4.42 The Illustrated Theatre Touring Company. Illustrated Theatre. Video recording (6 minutes), undated [Copy 1. See also: 4.79]
Box 35 4.79 The Illustrated Theatre Touring Company. Illustrated Theatre. Video recording (6 minutes), undated [Copy 2. See also: 4.42]
Box 31 4.19 International Theatre Festival of Chicago. International Theatre Festival. Video recording (9 minutes), 1990 March 5
Box 34 4.61 International Theater Festival of Chicago 1992. International Theatre Festival. Video recording (10 minutes), 1992

K

Box 34 4.68 Cloud 9. K.K.T. Productions. Video recording, 1990 February 22
Box 33 4.44 Support material for Gina Kaufmann. Video recording, undated
Box 32 4.29 Born Again. Directed by Ju Sung Kim. Video recording, 1988 December
Box 35 4.70 Ayrie King, III, Robert Taylor Homes, Boys and Girls Club. Video recording, 1991 December 20
Box 34 4.58 Much Ado About Nothing with Cynthia Marie (Knoblock) as Beatrice. Video recording, undated
Box 34 4.64 Korean-American Senior Players Group. Video recording, undated
Box 32 4.28 King Anthracite by Stashu Kybartas. Work in progress, final report for CAAP. Video recording, 1989

L

Box 35 4.72 Frida: The Last Portrait by Donna Blue Lachman. CAAP grant final project. Video recording, 1988
Box 33 4.41 Puffin. Latino Chicago Theatre. Video recording, undated
Box 35 4.73 Latino Exp. Theater Company at Links Hall. Video recording, 1991 May 1
Box 35 4.80 Latino Experimental Theater Company. Video recording, undated
Box 35 4.81 Live Bait Theatre, excerpts. Video recording (10 minutes), undated
Box 30 4.7 Lookingglass Theater Company, promotional. Video recording, undated
Box 32 4.34 Lookingglass Theatre Company. Video recording (3 minutes), undated
Box 30 4.13 Todos Vuelven. Emily B. Lozano, NAP Grant support material. Video recording, 1990 May 23

M

Box 30 4.12 The Homecoming. Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company, excerpt for City Arts Grant application. Video recording, 1990
Box 31 4.22 Detective Story. Mary-Arrchie Theatre, City Arts I grant application. Video recording, 1990 November
Box 35 4.76 Screwtape. Mary-Arrchie Theatre, excerpt. Video recording, 1991 December
Box 30 4.9 Kevin McIlvaine as Fredrick Douglass. Video recording, undated
Box 31 4.15 Gerald McQuirter, CAAP application. Video recording, undated
Box 31 4.24 Message Theatre Company, promotional. Video recording (3 minutes), undated
Box 31 4.17 Tales from Africa. NAP/Theater Program for high risk youth with Pamela Meyer. Video recording, 1993 December 8
Box 35 4.74 Under Pressure. Music Theatre Workshop. Video recording, 1991 May 31

N

Box 33 4.51 Young Audiences Presents by Bill Nobles. Video recording, undated

P

Box 30 4.2 Young Playwrights Festival. Pegasus Players, Right Way and awards ceremony. Video recording, 1989
Box 33 4.45-46 The Great White Hope. Pegasus Players. Video recording, 1989 February 10
Box 34 4.62 True West. Profiles Performance Ensemble. Video recording, 1991 March 1
Box 34 4.56 Man of La Mancha. Prologue Theatre. Video recording, undated

R

Box 31 4.25 Darling I’m Telling You. Raven Theatre Company. Video recording, 1992 August 14
Box 34 4.59 The Matchmaker. Raven Theatre. Video recording, 1991 August 3
Box 30 4.4 Winter Pageant. Red Moon Theater. Video recording 1992 December 12
Box 32 4.40 Moby Dick, Trouble Sleeping, You Hold My Heart Between My Teeth and The Mountains. Red Moon Theatre, excerpts. Video recording (1 hour), 1989 November-1990 October
Box 34 4.60 You Hold My Heart Between Your Teeth. Red Moon Theatre. Video recording, undated
Box 35 4.78 A Bit of the Bard. Excalibur Productions with Darryl Maximillian Robinson, CAAP. Video recording, 1989
Box 30 4.14 Gorgeous Girls. Rug Rat Players. Video recording, 1988 15 May

S

Box 30 4.11 A Fool Uttereth All His Mind by David E. Simpson, excerpts. Video recording (11 minutes), undated
Box 32 4.39 Women in Motion by Stephanie Ratchford-Harris with Angela Shannon. Video recording, undated
Box 32 4.32 Dr. Gesundheit and Clown Therapy Show. Segments with Craig Sjogerman. Video recording, undated
Box 30 4.3 Straw Dog Theater. City Arts I. Video recording, 1993.
Box 33 4.53 The Night of the Iguana. Synergy Theatre. Video recording, circa 1992

T

Box 33 4.49 The Crossing and Broken Eggs. Teatro Vista, excerpts. Video recording, 1991 January, October
Box 34 4.57 Don Tieri. Video recording, undated
Box 31 4.20 A New Creature. Kurt Tyler for CAAP. Video recording, 1989

W

Box 31 4.26 Box D’Opera. Whirlwind Performance Company. Video recording, 1989 May 4

Z

Box 30 4.8 Consuelo Allen. Zebra Crossing Performance Troupe, Neighborhood Arts Program. Video recording, 1989
Box 33 4.47 Lexis Praxis. Zebra Crossing Theatre. Video recording, 1990 August 13

Unidentified

Box 31 4.18 E.R. - Emergency Room. Video recording, 1989
Box 31 4.27 Fallen Angel and The Ghost of Marcus Moon. Video recording (20 minutes), undated
Box 32 4.38 Deep are the Rivers by Barbara McKinney, excerpts. Video recording, 1990
Box 33 4.43 Music/Theatre Workshop. Video recording, undated
Box 33 4.52 Future Love. Video recording, undated
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