Goodman Theatre Archive, Production History Files, Part 1

This finding aid is split into two parts. Part 1 covers 1925-1986. Part 2 includes 1986-2000 and Photographs.

Dates: 1925-2001
Size: 84 linear feet, 7,484 photographs, 55 oversize folders
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Special Collections, 400 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60605
Collection Number: SPE: Archives_CTC_GTA_PHF
Provenance: Donated by the Art Institute of Chicago/Goodman Theatre in 1973
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Goodman Theatre Archive, Production History Files, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections, Chicago Public Library

Historical Note

The Gooman Theatre, winner of the Special Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, is known and respected internationally. It was established in July 1922 as a memorial to the late playwright Kenneth Sawyer Goodman by his parents William and Erna Goodman. The Goodmans donated $250,000 to the Art Institute of Chicago, which built the theater on its northeast corner, at Monroe and Columbus. The Goodman, which originally included a professional company and drama school, officially opened on October 20, 1925, with three plays by Goodman performed at the dedication ceremony.

Due to financial burden, the acting company was disbanded in 1930, but the drama school remained open. Over the next several decades, the Goodman School cultivated an impressive reputation and graduated many well regarded theater artists. In 1957, the Goodman began to re-establish its professional acting company, and by the 1969 season, the shows were performed by the Goodman's own company. The expense of this was prohibitive, though, and two years later, the theater began hiring actors by the production.

In 1976, the Goodman separated from the Art Institute, and in 1978, it split from the Goodman School, which was acquired by DePaul University. In the 1980s, the Goodman began looking for a new facility. An area that was the former site of two old commercial theaters on North Dearborn Street was available, and the Goodman began raising money for a building in the 1990s. A gift from distant family members of Kenneth Sawyer Goodman helped construction begin. The new Goodman Theatre opened in December 2000.

For more detailed information on the Goodman's past, please visit the Goodman Theatre’s website to read about their history and productions.

Scope and Content

The Goodman Theatre Archive, Production History Files document productions at the Goodman Theatre from its opening in 1925 through 2001. Materials are continually added to the collection. Please consult with the archivist for archives post-2001.

Files include programs, promotional materials, reviews, clippings, posters, scripts, prompt books, technical information, photographs and other associated items for productions mounted by the Goodman Theatre. There is information representing the theater’s mainstage and primary subscription series, as well as its smaller studio series and productions by the Goodman Children's Theatre.

Items of note in the collection include scripts by David Mamet and information about performances by notable actors who attended the Goodman School of Drama including: Karl Malden, Sam Wanamaker, Geraldine Page, Shelley Berman, Harvey Korman, José Quintero, Linda Hunt and Joe Mantegna.

Arrangement

The Goodman Theatre Archive, Production History Files list productions and performances chronologically by theater season. Photographs, oversize and supplemental material have been listed intellectually with their associated productions in the primary container list. Photographs are also listed at the end of the finding guide as they are physically housed. Some photographs not associated with productions are only listed in the Photograph Series.

Related Materials

The Goodman Theatre Archive includes multiple series listed in individual finding guides. Please consult the following guides, available in the Special Collections' Reading Room, for more information:

  • Goodman Theatre Archive, Producing and Artistic Director’s Files (PADF)
  • Goodman Theatre Archive, Tom Creamer Papers
  • Goodman Theatre Archive, Goodman Family Papers
  • Goodman Theatre Archive, Administration Files
  • Goodman Theatre Archive, John Reich Papers
  • Goodman Theatre Archive, Goodman School of Drama
  • Goodman Theatre Archive, Goodman/Art Institute of Chicago

Container List

Production History Files

Box 1 Folder 1 Three Short Plays: The Day of the Diamond Pin by Hubbard Kirkpatrick, The Bear by Anton Chekhov, and The Man of Destiny by George Bernard Shaw. April 4, 11 and 18, 1925. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens and Howard Southgate, lights by Arvid Crandall, costumes by Helen Forrest – Programs

1925-1926 Season, Art Institute Members Series/Repertory Company

Box 1 Folder 2 Announcement to the members of the Art Institute concerning the Goodman Theatre
Box 1 Folder 3 Three Plays by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman: Back of the Yards, The Green Scarf and The Game of Chess. October 20-[?], 1925. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens and Howard Southgate, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 1 Folder 4 The Forest by John Galsworthy. October 22-November 14, 1925. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets designed by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 1 Folder 5 The Forest – Clippings
Photo Box 1 Folders 9-14 The Forest – 6 photographs
Box 1 Folder 6 The Romantic Young Lady by G. Martinez Sierra, English version by Granville-Barker. November 19-December 12, 1925. Directed by Howard Southgate, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 1 Folder 7 An Heir at Large by Mary Aldis, dramatized from the cartoon story by John McCutcheon. December 17, 1925-January 16, 1926. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets designed by John McCutcheon, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Promotional materials
Box 1 Folder 8 An Heir at Large – Reviews
Box 1 Folder 9 An Heir at Large – Programs
Photo Box 1 Folders 15-20 An Heir at Large – 6 photographs
Box 1 Folder 10 Gas by George Kaiser, translated by George Hexter. January 28-February 27, 1926. Directed by Marion Gering, sets by Louis Lozowick, costumes by Ruth Goodkind, lights by Arvid Crandall – Patrons and guarantor for Gas
Box 1 Folder 11 Gas – Reviews and clippings
Box 1 Folder 12 Gas – Programs
Box 1 Folder 13 Everyman. March 4-21, 1926. Directed by Redmond Flood and Thomas Wood Stevens, scenic design by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 14 Everyman. – Programs
Photo Box 1 Folders 21-32 Everyman – 12 photographs
Box 1 Folder 15 The Tragedy of Nan by John Masefield. March 25-April 10, 1926. Directed by Mrs. J. Elliott Jenkins Alexandra Carlisle, scenic design by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs, reviews
Box 1 Folder 16 The Man of Destiny by George Bernard Shaw; and, Don Juan, or The Stone Guest by Moliere, translated by Thomas Wood Stevens. April 15-May 1, 1926. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Review
Box 1 Folder 17 The Man of Destiny – Programs
Photo Box 1 Folders 33-34 The Man of Destiny – 2 photographs
Box 1 Folder 18 Don Juan, or The Stone Guest by Moliere, translated by Thomas Wood Stevens; and The Dark Lady of the Sonnets by George Bernard Shaw. April 26-May 1, 1926. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Photo Box 1 Folders 35-38 Don Juan – 4 photographs
Photo Box 2 Folders 1-2 The Dark Lady of the Sonnets – 2 photographs
Box 1 Folder 19 A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare. May 6-22, 1926. Directed by Whitford Kane, sets designed by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest and Marie Wecker, lighting designed by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Photo Box 2 Folders 3-34 A Midsummer Night’s Dream – 32 photographs

1925-1926 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 1 Folder 20 General promotional material
Box 1 Folder 21 The Golden Apple by Lady Gregory. December [?], 1925. Sets designed by Leslie Marzolf and Margaret Mitchell – Programs, clippings
Photo Box 2 Folders 35-37 The Golden Apple – 3 photographs
Box 1 Folder 22 Wappin' Wharf by Charles S. Brooks. [1926]. Costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Gordon Ray – Programs
Box 1 Folder 23 The Captive Princess by Muriel Brown. [April 1926]. Costumes by Clara Baron and Hebilly West, sets by Leslie Marzolf, Marie Wecker and Charles Schlesinger, lighting by Gordon Ray – Programs
Photo Box 2 Folders 38-39 The Captive Princess – 2 photographs

1925-1926 Season, Special Events

Box 1 Folder 24 "Chicago Allied Artists, Inc. present a Programme of Ballet and Music" – Program
Box 1 Folder 25 The Friday Club presents: La Illinoisa, book by L.E. Laflin, Jr. November 4, 1925 – Libretto and program
Box 1 Folder 25a Kanellos: Festival of Hellenic Arts. April 11-13, 1926 – Programs and promotional material

1926-1927 Season, Art Institute Members Series/Repertory Company

Box 1 Folder 26 General promotional material
Box 1 Folder 26a Why Not? by Jesse Lynch Williams. October 13-[?], 1926. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 1 Folder 27 The Game of Love and Death by Romain Rolland. November 10-[?], 1926. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, scenic design by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Programs, clippings
Box 1 Folder 28 Don Juan by Moliere. November 1927. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 1 Folder 29 Fashion, or Life in New York by Anna Cora Mowett. December 1926. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes designed by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Promotional materials (See: Oversize Folder 1
Box 1 Folder 30 Fashion, or Life in New York by Anna Cora Mowett. December 1926. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes designed by Helen Forrest, lights by Arvid Crandall – Reviews and clippings
Box 1 Folder 31 Fashion, or Life in New York – Programs (See: Oversize Folder 1
Photo Box 2 Folders 51-53 Fashion, or Life in New York – 3 photographs
Box 1 Folder 32 Juno and the Paycock by Sean O'Casey; and Dust of the Road by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. December 29, 1926-January 22, 1927. Directed by Whitford Kane – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 33 Juno and the Paycock – Reviews and clippings
Box 1 Folder 34 Juno and the Paycock – Program
Photo Box 3 Folders 1-19 Juno and the Paycock – 19 photographs
Box 1 Folder 35 Penelope by W. Somerset Maugham. February 9-19, 1927. Directed by Alexandra Carlisle, scenic design by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 36 Penelope – Programs (See: also: Oversize Folder 1
Photo Box 3 Folder 20 Penelope – 1 photograph
Box 1 Folder 37 Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. March 9-[?], 1927. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Helen Forrest, lights by Gordon Ray, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 38 Twelfth Night – Program (See: also: Oversize Folder 1
Photo Box 3 Folder 21-36 Twelfth Night – 16 photographs
Box 1 Folder 39 Everyman. April 13 and 14, 1927. Directed by Redmond Flood and Thomas Wood Stevens – Programs
Box 1 Folder 40 The Pigeon by John Galsworthy; and Lonesome-Like by Harold Brighouse. April 1927. Directed by Whitford Kane, scenic design by Leslie Marzolf, costumes designed by Helen Forrest, lighting by Gordon Ray – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 41 The Pigeon and Lonesome-Like – Programs
Photo Box 3 Folders 37-49 The Pigeon – 13 photographs
Box 1 Folder 42 As You Like It by William Shakespeare. May [?]-21, 1927. Directed by Alexandra Carlisle and Whitford Kane, costumes by Helen Forrest, incidental music by Hamilton Forrest and Dorothy James, chorus singing directed by Julia LeVine – Reviews
Box 1 Folder 43 As You Like It – Programs
Box 1 Folder 44 A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare. May 23-28, 1927. Directed by Whitford Kane, sets by Leslie Marzolf, lights by Gordon Ray – Program

1926-1927 Season, Studio

Box 1 Folder 45 Miss Civilization by Richard Harding Davis; A Privy Council by Major W.P. Drury and Richard Pryce; and The Monkey's Paw by W.W. Jacobs, dramatized by Louis N. Parker. January 10 and 11, 1927. Directed by Alexandra Carlisle Jenkins – Programs
Box 1 Folder 46 The Devil Obliges by Louis E. Laflin, Jr. February 7, 8 and 14, 1927. Directed by Louis Laflin, Jr. and Thomas Wood Stevens – Programs
Box 1 Folder 47 Patty by Muriel Brown. March 21 and 22, 1927. Scenery by Richard Steele, lighting by Roman Bohnen – Programs
Box 1 Folder 48 Paolo and Francesca by Steven Phillips. May 16 and 17, 1927 – Program

1926-1927 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 1 Folder 49 General promotional material
Box 1 Folder 50 Robin Hood, dramatized by Muriel Brown. [1926-1927]. Directed by Muriel Brown, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Gordon Ray, sets designed by Thomas Russell – Program
Photo Box 4 Folders 1-8 Robin Hood – 8 photographs
Box 1 Folder 51 The Blue Bird by Maurice Maeterlinck. [1926-1927]. Directed by Muriel Brown, sets by Leslie Marzolf, lights by Thomas Ireland, costumes by Thomas Russell and Elizabeth Parsons – Program
Box 1 Folder 51a Six Cherry Tarts written and produced by Muriel Brown. [1926-1927]. Directed by Muriel Brown, sets by Charles Schlesinger, lights by Roman Bohnen, costumes by Helen Forrest, Knaves’ songs by Hamilton Forrest – Program and promotional material
Photo Box 4 Folders 9-11 Six Cherry Tarts – 3 photographs

1927-1928 Season, Art Institute Members Series/Repertory Company

Box 1 Folder 52 General promotional material
Box 1 Folder 53 The Tower of Nesle by Alexandre Dumas. October 17-[?], 1927. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, settings by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lights by Arvid Crandall, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Program (See: Oversize Folder 1
Photo Box 4 Folders 12-13 The Tower of Nesle – 2 photographs
Box 1 Folder 54 Outbreak by L.W. Vedrenne [1927]. Directed by Whitford Kane, scenic design by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting designed by Arvid Crandall – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 55 Outbreak – Program
Photo Box 4 Folder 14 Outbreak – 1 photograph
Box 1 Folder 56 The Mask and the Face by Luigi Chiarelli. [1927-1928] – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 57 The Mask and the Face – Programs
Box 1 Folder 57a Camille in Roaring Camp by Bret Hart, translated by Matilda Heron. March 8-17, 1928. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens – Programs, reviews and clippings (See also: Oversize Folder 1 – Program)
Box 1 Folder 58 The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen. February 1928. Directed by Whitford Kane, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 1 Folder 59 The Vikings at Helgeland by Henrik Ibsen. March 20-[?], 1928. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, settings by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Leslie Marzolf and Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Thomas Wilfred – Programs
Box 1 Folder 59a The Vikings at Helgeland – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 4 Folders 15-24 The Vikings at Helgeland – 10 photographs
Box 1 Folder 59b Mixed Doubles by Louis Laflin. May 21, 1928. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens – Review
Box 1 Folder 60 The Little Clay Cart, attributed to King Shudraka and translated by Arthur William Ryder. May 29-[?], 1928. Directed by Cloyd Head, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes designed by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall, musical setting arranged by Julia LeVine – Programs
Photo Box 4 Folders 25-27 The Little Clay Cart – 3 photographs
Box 1 Folder 61 A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare and directed by Whitford Kane; and The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allen Poe, adapted and directed by Neal Caldwell. [1928]. Costumes by Betty Parsons and Lurene Kingsbury, masks executed by Don Ament, sets by Leslie Marzolf and Don Ament, lighting by Arvid Crandall, music by Hamilton Forrest – Program
Photo Box 4 Folders 28-29 The Mask of the Red Death – 2 photographs
Oversize Folder 1 She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith. [1927-1928] – Program
Photo Box 4 Folders 30-38 She Stoops to Conquer – 9 photographs

1927-1928 Season, Studio

Box 1 Folder 62 The Topaz Amulet: A Christmas Masque, arranged by Roberta Louden from the play by Thomas Wood Stevens and Wallace Rice. December 1927 – Program
Photo Box 4 Folders 39-42 The Topaz Amulet – 4 photographs
Box 1 Folder 63 Evil Doers of Good by Jacinto Benavente. December 15, 1927, January 12, 1928 and February 23, 1928 – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 64 Evil Doers of Good – Programs (January 12, 1928, directed by Peter MacFarlane)
Photo Box 4 Folders 43-47 Evil Doers of Good – 5 photographs
Box 1 Folder 65 Hindle Wakes by Stanley Houghton. January 26, 1928. Directed by Whitford Kane – Programs
Box 1 Folder 66 The Nursery Maid of Heaven adapted and directed by Thomas Wood Stevens from a story by Vernon Lee; and Caleb Stone's Death Watch by Martin Flavin and directed by Peter MacFarlane. February 9, 1928 – Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 67 The Nursery Maid of Heaven – Programs
Photo Box 4 Folders 48-53 The Nursery Maid of Heaven – 6 photographs
Box 1 Folder 68 My Lady's Dress by Edward Knoblock. April 5, 1928. Directed by Peter MacFarlane – Programs
Box 1 Folder 69 The Lilies of the Field by John Hastings Turner. [1927-1928]. Directed by Peter MacFarlane – Program

1927-1928 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 1 Folder 70 Promotional material
Box 1 Folder 70a The Shining Island by Mary Austin, undated. Sets by Leslie Marzolf, lighting by George Stauch, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons – Program
Box 1 Folder 71 The Teller of Tales by Muriel Brown. [1927-1928]. Directed by Muriel Brown, sets by Peter Lundberg, costumes by Mary Elizabeth Evans and Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall, the "Song of Freedom" by Isaac Van Grove, the dance in Act II arranged by Bertha Ochsner – Programs
Photo Box 4 Folders 54-56 The Teller of Tales – 3 photographs
Box 1 Folder 72 The Blue Bird by Maurice Maeterlinck. [1927-1928]. Directed by Muriel Brown, lighting by Arvid Crandall, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Laurene Kingsbury and Marjorie Miller – Programs
Box 1 Folder 73 The Boy Who Grew Up – Without Knowing It by Louis E. Laflin, Jr. [1927-1928]. Directed by Muriel Brown, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Gordon Ray, sets by Leslie Marzolf, Peter Martin and Donald Ament – Programs

1927-1928 Season, Special Events

Box 1 Folder 74 The Drama League of Chicago: Finals in the Play Contest. May 13, 1928 – Promotional material

1928-1929 Season, Art Institute Members Series/Repertory Company

Oversize Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 2 Folder 1 The Inspector General by Nikolai Gogol, translated by Constance Garnett. November 6-[?], 1928. Directed by B. Iden Payne, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lights by Arvid Crandall, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Programs, promotional material
Photo Box 5 Folders 1-7 The Inspector General – 7 photographs
Box 2 Folder 1a Dear Brutus by James Barrie. December 4-[?], 1928. Directed by B. Iden Payne, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lights by Arvid Crandall, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Program
Photo Box 5 Folders 8-15 Dear Brutus – 8 photographs
Box 2 Folder 2 Six Characters in Search of an Author by Luigi Pirandello; and Barbara by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. January 7-[?], 1929. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, settings by Leslie Marzolf, costumes designed by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Program
Photo Box 5 Folders 16-18 Six Characters in Search of an Author – 3 photographs
Box 2 Folder 3 Lizard Gap by Harry Lacy Hamilton. February 11-[?], 1929. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lights by Arvid Crandall, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Programs
Box 2 Folder 4 When We Dead Awaken by Henrik Ibsen, translated by William Archer. February 26-[?], 1929. Directed by B. Iden Payne, sets designed by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall, music by Julia LeVine – Program
Photo Box 5 Folders 19-26 When We Dead Awaken – 8 photographs
Box 2 Folder 5 The Critic by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. [1928-1929]. Directed by B. Iden Payne, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Program
Photo Box 5 Folder 27 The Critic – 1 photograph
Box 2 Folder 6 The Shadow of a Gunman by Sean O’Casey; and, The Island of the Saints by St. John Ervine. April 10-[?], 1929. Directed by Whitford Kane, sets designed by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, music by Julia LeVine – Programs
Box 2 Folder 7 The Golem by H. Leivick, translated by J.C. Augenlicht. May 7-June 8, 1929. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens and David Itkin – Promotional material
Photo Box 5 Folders 28-29 The Trojan Women by Euripides. [1928-1929?] – 2 photographs

1928-1929 Season, Studio

Box 2 Folder 8 Plots and Playwrights by Edward Massey. March 28, 1929. Directed by Lawrence Paquin, costumes by Helen Ray – Program
Box 2 Folder 9 Pan and the Young Shepherd by Maurice Hewlett. June 5-6, 1929. Directed by B. Iden Payne – Program
Box 2 Folder 10 Les Femmes Savantes (The Learned Ladies) by Moliere, translated by Curtis Hidden Page. [1929?]. Directed by Lawrence Paquin, costumes by Marie Mackenzie – Programs

1928-1929 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 2 Folder 11 Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates by Louis E. Laflin, Jr., from the story by Mary Mapes Dodge. [1928-1929]. Directed by Muriel Brown, sets by Don Ament, costumes by Laurene Kingsbury, lighting by Gordon Ray – Programs
Photo Box 5 Folders 30-35 Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates – 6 photographs
Box 2 Folder 11a An Afternoon with Christopher Robin, adapted by Muriel Brown and Frances Preeve from A.A. Milne characters. November 17-[?], 1928. Directed by Muriel Brown, music by Julia LeVine, costumes and sets by Donald Ament, lighting by A.H. Feder – Programs and promotional material
Box 2 Folder 12 Robin Hood, dramatized by Muriel Brown. [1928-1929?]. Directed by Muriel Brown, sets by Don Ament, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lights by Gordon Ray – Programs
Box 2 Folder 13 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by H.M. Richardson. [1928-1929?]. Directed by Muriel Brown – Promotional material
Box 2 Folder 14 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Program

1929-1930 Season, Art Institute Members Series/Repertory Company

Box 2 Folder 15 General promotional material
Box 2 Folder 16 Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. October 8-[?], 1929. Directed by B. Iden Payne, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall, music arranged by Julia LeVine – Programs and review
Box 2 Folder 17 The Mask and the Face by Luigi Chiarelli, translated by C.B. Fernald. November 4-[?], 1929. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall, music by Julia LeVine – Programs
Box 2 Folder 18 The Makropoulos Secret by Karel Capek. November 19-December 7, 1929. Directed by Hubert Osborne, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Programs, promotional material
Photo Box 5 Folders 36-42 The Makropoulus Secret – 7 photographs
Box 2 Folder 19 Tour du Monde, or Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne and Alphonse d’Ennery, translated by Alden B. Stevens, stage version by Thomas Wood Stevens. December 17-[?], 1929. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting and light projections by Arvid Crandall, music by Julia LeVine – Programs
Photo Box 5 Folder 43 Tour du Monde, or Around the World in 80 Days – 1 photograph
Box 2 Folder 20 The Field God by Paul Green. January 28-[?], 1930. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 2 Folder 21 Holiday by Philip Barry. February 18-[?], 1930. Directed by Hubert Osborne, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 2 Folder 22 The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. March 11-[?], 1930. Directed by B. Iden Payne, sets by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 2 Folder 23 Kolpak Must Dance by Hellmuth Unger, translated by Derek Wulff. April 8-[?], 1930. Directed by Hubert Osborne, settings by Leslie Marzolf, costumes designed by Elizabeth Parsons, lights by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 2 Folder 24 Escape by John Galsworthy. May 14-[?], 1930. Directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, sets designed by Leslie Marzolf, costumes by Elizabeth Parsons, lighting by Arvid Crandall – Programs
Box 2 Folder 25 The Poem of David by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman; Idyll of the Shop by Ben Hecht and Kenneth Sawyer Goodman; and The Home Coming by Ben Hecht and Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. June 9 and 10, 1930. Directed by David Itkin – Programs

1929-1930 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 2 Folder 26 Ivanhoe, dramatized by Muriel Brown from the book by Sir Walter Scott. November 23, 1929. Directed by Muriel Brown and Whitford Kane, sets by Don Ament, costumes by Luarene Kingsbury, lights by Gordon Ray – Promotional material
Box 2 Folder 27 Scotch Twins by Lucy Fitch Perkins. [1929-1930?]. Directed by Muriel Brown and Whitford Kane, sets by Don Ament, costumes by Laurene Kingsbury, lights by Gordon Ray – Promotional material
Box 2 Folder 28 Little Women, adapted by Marion De Forest from the book by Louisa Mae Alcott. [1929-1930?]. Directed by Muriel Brown, sets by Don Ament, costumes by Laurene Kingsbury, lights by Gordon Ray – Programs
Box 2 Folder 29 The Poor Little Rich Girl by Eleanor Gates. [1929-1930?]. Directed by Muriel Brown, sets by Robert Van Deventer, costumes by Laurene Kingsbury, lighting by Gordon Ray – Programs

1929-1930 Season, Special Events

Box 2 Folder 30 Whitford Kane presents: Cathleen Ni Houlihan by W.B. Yeats and Loggerheads by Ralph Cullinan. March 17, 1930 – Program
Box 2 Folder 30a The 4th Annual Tournament of Plays. May 5-12, 1930 – Program

1930-1931 Season, Art Institute Members Series/Repertory Company

Box 2 Folder 31 Art Institute of Chicago Newsletter, May 2, 1931
Box 2 Folder 32 The Firebrand by Edward Justus Mayer. [1930-1931]. Directed by Hubert Osborne, sets designed by Don Ament, costumes by Maxine Levy, lights by LeRoy Stransky – Programs
Box 2 Folder 32a Hotel Universe by Philip Barry. [1930] – Reviews and clippings
Box 2 Folder 33 The Sea Gull by Anton Chekhov, translated by Maurice Gnesin. [1930-1931]. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, scenic design by Don Ament, costumes by Maxine Levy, lights by LeRoy Stransky – Program
Box 2 Folder 33a Rebound by Donald Ogden Stewart. [1930-1931?] – Program
Box 2 Folder 33b Lazzaro by Luigi Pirandello. [1930-1931?] – Program
Box 2 Folder 34 Unassigned

1931-1932 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 2 Folder 35 This Fine Pretty World by Percy MacKaye. November 2-5, 1931. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Virginia Roediger, costumes by Marie MacKenzie, lights by Thelma Ham – Programs
Box 2 Folder 36 The Tidings Brought to Mary by Paul Claudel. December 7-10, 1931. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, scenery by Jack Whitney, costumes by Ardys Belisch – Programs
Photo Box 5 Folders 45-46 Tidings Brought to Mary – 2 photographs
Box 2 Folder 37 Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde. May 23-27, 1932. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets and costumes designed by Virginia Roediger – Programs
Photo Box 5 Folder 50 Lady Windermere’s Fan – 1 photograph

1931-1932 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 2 Folder 38 Treasure Island, dramatized by Jules Eckert Goodman from the book by Robert Louis Stevenson. November 14-[?], 1931. Directed by Muriel Brown – Promotional material
Photo Box 5 Folder 51 Treasure Island – 1 photograph
Box 2 Folder 39 A Kiss for Cinderella by James Barrie. January 16-[?], 1932. Directed by Muriel Brown, costumes by Ardys Belisch, sets by Rosalie Encell, lights by John Walley – Promotional material
Box 2 Folder 40 A Kiss for Cinderella – Programs
Photo Box 5 Folders 52-55 A Kiss for Cinderella – 4 photographs
Box 2 Folder 41 The Emperor's New Clothes by Mrs. C.B. Chorpenning. April [?], 1932. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, costumes by Virginia Roediger, sets by Rosalie Encell – Programs

1932-1933 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 2 Folder 41a The Cassilis Engagement by St. John Hankin. [June 3, 1933]. Directed by Howard Southgate, sets by Marie Wecker, lighting by Gordon Ray – Program
Photo Box 5 Folders 56-59 The Cassilis Engagement – 4 photographs
Box 2 Folder 42 Pillars of Society by Henrik Ibsen. December 5-8, 1932. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Virginia More Roediger – Program
Photo Box 5 Folders 60-63 Pillars of Society – 4 photographs
Box 2 Folder 43 The Nightingale by Julian F. Thompson. January 9-12, 1933. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets and costumes by Virginia More Roediger – Programs and contract between Thompson and the Goodman
Photo Box 5 Folder 64 The Nightingale – 1 photograph
Box 2 Folder 44 The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, translated by Maurice Gnesin. February 6-10, 1933. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Virginia Roediger – Programs
Photo Box 5 Folders 65-68 The Three Sisters – 4 photographs
Box 2 Folder 45 Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. March 13-17, 1933. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Virginia More Roediger – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 1-3 Pygmalion – 3 photographs
Box 2 Folder 46 Leonardo Da Vinci by Maurice Gnesin. April 22-28, 1933. Directed by David Itkin, scenic designs by Sam Russell and John Friedmann, Jr., costumes by Ardys Belisch – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 4-6 Leonardo Da Vinci – 3 photographs
Photo Box 6 Folders 7-8 Paris Bound. [1932-1933] – 2 photographs

1932-1933 Season, Studio

Box 2 Folder 47 The Show Off by George Kelley. March 7-9, 1933. Directed by Carl Johnson, sets by Spencer Davis, costumes by Shirley Zak, lighting by Dave Edwards – Programs
Box 2 Folder 48 Smokescreen directed by Adelaide Clyman; Riders to the Sea directed by Rosa Alexandra Knuuti; and King Arthur's Socks directed by Sidney Breese. April 13 and 14, 1933 – Programs
Box 2 Folder 49 At Mrs. Beam's directed by Charlotte Chorpenning. April 17, 1933 – Programs

1932-1933 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 2 Folder 50 Jack and the Beanstalk, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 24, 1932-January 14, 1933. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Beatrice Norton, costumes by Mary Ross, lighting by Joanne Meyers – Programs
Box 2 Folder 51 Tom Sawyer, adapted by Charlotte Chorpenning from the book by Mark Twain. January 28-[?], 1933. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, costumes by Mary Ross, lights by Howard Nelson – Programs
Box 2 Folder 52 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, adapted by Jessie Graham White from the story by the Brothers Grimm. March 4-[?], 1933. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets and costumes by Virginia More Roediger – Programs

1932-1933 Season, Special Events

Box 2 Folder 52a When Chicago Was Young by Alice Gerstenberg and Herma Clark. November 7, 1932. Directed by Mary Alice Foley – Program

1933-1934 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 2 Folder 53 The Romantic Young Lady by G. Martinez Sierra. October 31-November 4, 1933. Directed by David Itkin, scenic design by Spencer Davis, costumes by Beatrice Norton, lights by Robert Brower – Programs
Box 2 Folder 54 The Torch-Bearers by George Kelly. November 8, 9 and 19, 1933. Directed by Bradford Crocker – Programs
Box 2 Folder 55 Macbeth by William Shakespeare. December 12-16, 1933. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets and costumes designed by Virginia More Roediger – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folder 17 Macbeth – 1 photograph
Box 2 Folder 56 Anathema by Leonid Andreyev. March 6-10, 1934. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davis, lights by Robert Brower and Otto Sheer – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folder18 Anathema – 1 photograph
Box 2 Folder 57 The Great Catherine and Augustus Does His Bit by George Bernard Shaw. April 3-7, 1934. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, settings and costumes designed by Virginia More Roediger – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 19-22 The Great Catherine – 4 photographs
Box 2 Folder 58 The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. January 23-27, 1934. Directed by David Itkin, sets and costumes by Virginia Roediger – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 23-25 The Royal Family – 3 photographs
Box 2 Folder 59 The Farmer's Wife by Eden Phillpotts. May 22-25, 1934. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, lights by Leonard Safier – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 26-29 The Master Builder by Henrik Ibsen. [1933-1934] – 3 photographs

1933-1934 Season, Studio

Box 2 Folder 60 The Kingdom of God by G. Martinez Sierra. December 6-8, 1933. Directed by David Itkin – Program
Box 2 Folder 61 Lavender and the Red Pepper by Ruth Giorloff and directed by Bradford Crocker; Riders to the Sea by J.M. Synge and directed by Bradford Crocker; and, Twelve Pound Look by James M. Barrie and directed by Eunice Osborne – Programs

1933-1934 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 2 Folder 62 The Pied Piper of Hamelin, adapted from a poem by Robert Browning. October 21-November 18, 1933. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, scenic and costume designs by Virginia Roediger – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 30-31 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – 2 photographs
Box 2 Folder 63 Cinderella, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 2, 1933-January 6, 1934. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davis, costumes by Beatrice Norton – Programs
Box 2 Folder 64 Mr. Dooley, Jr. by Rose Franken and Jane Lewin. January 13-February 24, 1934. Directed by Charlotte Barrows Chorpenning, sets designed by John Friedman, Jr – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 32-33 Mr. Dooley, Jr. – 2 photographs
Box 2 Folder 65 The Arkansas Bear by Albert Bigelow Paine, dramatized by Alderilla Beistle and Harriet Grover. February 24-[?], 1934. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by John Friedman, Jr – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 34-26 The Arkansas Bear – 3 photographs
Box 2 Folder 66 Rumpelstiltskin, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. April 14-May 12, 1934. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets and costumes by Virginia More Roediger – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 1)
Box 2 Folder 67 Rumpelstiltskin – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folder 37-40 Rumpelstiltskin – 4 photographs

1934-1935 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 3 Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 3 Folder 2 The Second Man by S.N. Berman. November 5-9, 1934. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Friedrich von Dachenhausen, lights by Leonard Safier – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 41-43 The Second Man – 3 photographs
Box 3 Folder 3 For Services Rendered by W. Somerset Maugham. December 10-14, 1934. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, lights by Spencer Davies and William Boyer – Program
Photo Box 6 Folders 44-47 For Services Rendered – 4 photographs
Box 3 Folder 4 Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. January 14-18, 1935. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Mildred Sutherland, lights by Robert Brower – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folder 48 Twelfth Night – 1 photograph
Box 3 Folder 5 The First Mrs. Fraser by St. John Ervine. February 11-15, 1935. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Mildred Sutherland, lighting by Robert Brower,...featuring Karl Malden – Program
Photo Box 6 Folders 49-51 The First Mrs. Fraser – 3 photographs
Box 3 Folder 6 The Head of the Family by Katherine Clugston. March 11-15, 1935, an American Premiere. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, lights by Robert Brower – Programs
Box 3 Folder 7 The Living Corpse by Leyf Tolstoy. April 22-26, 1935, an American Premiere. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Jean Sutherland, lighting by Robert Broward,...featuring Karl Malden – Program
Photo Box 6 Folder 52 The Living Corpse – 1 photograph
Box 3 Folder 8 Let Us Be Gay by Rachel Crothers. May 20-24, 1935. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets and costumes by R. Llewellyn Hughes, lighting by Leonard Safier – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 53-57 Let Us Be Gay – 5 photographs
Box 3 Folder 9 The Master Builder by Henrik Ibsen. May 8-12, 1935. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, lighting by Leonard Safier – Scenic plans (2 pencil sketches)
Box 3 Folder 10 The Master Builder – Programs
Box 3 Folder 11 The Kingdom of God by G. Martinez Sierra. October 8-12, 1934. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes executed by Lillian Wenzel, lighting by Leonard Safier – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 58-59 The Kingdom of God – 2 photographs

1934-1935 Season, Studio

Box 3 Folder 12 Craig's Wife by George Kelly. April 1-2, 1935. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Robert Newman, lighting by Leonard Safier – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 60-69 Craig’s Wife – 10 photographs
Box 3 Folder 13 The Distaff Side by John Van Druten. April 4-5, 1935. Directed by Gene D. Blumberg – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folders 4-6 The Distaff Side – 3 photographs/negatives
Box 3 Folder 14 The Silver Cord by Sidney Howard. May 27-28, 1935. Directed by Irene Fojut, lighting by James Diehl – Programs
Box 3 Folder 15 The Nursery Maid of Heaven by Thomas Wood Stevens and directed by Gene D. Blumberg; Motherly Love by August Strindberg and directed by Warren Reid; Trifles by Susan Glaspell and directed by Frank Callender; and The First White Woman by Babette Hughes and directed by Frank Callender. Lighting by James Diehl. June 3-4, 1935 – Programs
Box 3 Folder 16 Seven Women by J.M. Barrie and directed by Lila Underwood; King Arthur's Socks by Floyd Dell and directed by Phillip Wayne; The Widdy's Mite by Dan Totheroh and directed by Helen Rezabek; and Dark Lady of the Sonnets by George Bernard Shaw and directed by Gene Yell. June 11, 1935 – Programs
Box 3 Folder 17 Cradle Song by G. Martinez Sierra. n.d. Directed by Eunice Osborne, lighting by Leonard Safier – Programs

1934-1935 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 3 Folder 18 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp by James Norris. October 27-November 24, 1934. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning; sets and costumes by Spencer Davies, dances arranged by Harriette Louis, lights by Robert Brower,...featuring Karl Malden – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 70-71 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – 2 photographs
Box 3 Folder 19 Jolly Robin Hood, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 1, 1934-January 5, 1935. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Friedrich von Dachenhausen, lighting by Esther Snowden, costumes executed by Millicent Kovalinka,...featuring Karl Malden – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 72-74 Jolly Robin Hood – 3 photographs
Box 3 Folder 20 Sleeping Beauty, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. January 5-February 2, 1935. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Spencer Davies, lighting by Leonard Safier, costumes by Lila Underwood – Lighting cue sheets
Box 3 Folder 21 Sleeping Beauty – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 3 Folder 22 Sleeping Beauty – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 75-85 Sleeping Beauty – 11 photographs/negatives
Box 3 Folder 23 Red Riding Hood, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. February 23-March 23, 1935. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets and costumes designed by R. Llewellyn Hughes, lights by Leonard Safier,...featuring Karl Malden – Program
Box 3 Folder 24 Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain and dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 30-May 11, 1935. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets and costumes by Jean Sutherland, lights by Leonard Safier – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 86-88 Huckleberry Finn – 3 photographs
Box 3 Folder 25 The Gondoliers, or The King of Barataria by Sir William Gilbert. Sponsored by the Chicago Comic Opera Company, undated. Directed by Ralph J. Helperin, composed by Sir Arthur Sullivan, choreography by Betty Joyce Kupfer – Program

1935-1936 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 3 Folder 26 Mr. Pim Passes By by A.A. Milne. September 30-October 4, 1935. Directed by Sidney Breese, sets designed by Jean Sutherland, lights by Robert Brower,...featuring Karl Malden – Programs
Box 3 Folder 27 Mr. Pim Passes By – Program from a Special Alumni Performance, October 29, 1935
Photo Box 6 Folders 89-90 Mr. Pim Passes By – 2 photographs/negatives
Box 3 Folder 28 Liliom by Ferenc Molnar. January 20-25, 1936. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Jean Sutherland, lighting and technical direction by Robert Brower,...featuring Karl Malden – Program
Box 3 Folder 29 The Father by August Strindberg. March 16-21, 1936. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Jean Sutherland, lights by Robert Brower,...starring Sam Wanamaker – Program
Photo Box 6 Folders 91-92 The Father – 2 photographs/negatives
Box 3 Folder 30 The Animal Kingdom by Phillip Barry. April 20-26, 1936. Directed by Eunice Osborne; sets designed by Norman Grant, lighting by James Diehl,...featuring Karl Malden – Programs
Photo Box 6 Folders 93-96 The Animal Kingdom – 4 photographs/negatives
Box 3 Folder 31 The Chief Thing by Nikolai Evreinoff. May 18-23, 1936. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed and executed by Jean Sutherland, lighting by Robert Brower,...featuring Karl Malden – Scenic plans
Box 3 Folder 32 The Chief Thing – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folders 1-3 The Chief Thing – 3 photographs/negatives

1935-1936 Season, Studio

Box 3 Folder 33 The Enchanted April by Kane Campbell. November 12-14, 1935. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Esther Snowden, lights by Marge Ferris – Programs
Box 3 Folder 34 Ladies in Waiting by Cyril Campion. November 26-27, 1935. Directed by Sidney Breese – Programs
Box 3 Folder 35 A Thief Tomorrow by Josephine Ardrey. February 24-25, 1936. Directed by Eunice Osborne, lights by James Webster – Programs
Box 3 Folder 36 Another Language by Rose Franken. April 7-8, 1936. Directed by Charles H. Gullickson, sets by Joel Simon, sculpture by Jay Norris – Program
Photo Box 7 Folders 7-12 Another Language – 6 photographs
Box 3 Folder 37 Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello. June 2-3, 1936. Directed by Sidney Breese, lights by Mary Monahan – Programs

1935-1936 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 3 Folder 38 The Emperor's New Clothes, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 19-November 16, 1935. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, lights by Robert Brower – Programs
Box 3 Folder 39 Jack and the Beanstalk, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. November 30, 1935-January 4, 1936. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Norman Grant, costumes by Frances Lewis, lights by Robert Brower,...featuring Karl Malden as the Giant – Program
Photo Box 7 Folders 13-16 Jack and the Beanstalk – 4 photographs/negatives
Box 3 Folder 40 Heidi by Lucille Miller. January 11-February 29, 1936. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Ralph Alswang and Frances Lewis, lights by James Diehl – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folder 17 Heidi – 1 photograph/negative
Box 3 Folder 41 Rip Van Winkle, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 7-April 4, 1936. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets and costumes by Norman Grant, lighting by Robert Brower,...featuring Karl Malden – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folders 18-20 Rip Van Winkle – 3 photographs
Box 3 Folder 42 Titian, the Boy Artist of Cadore by Nora B. Tully. April 11-May 9, 1936. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Signe Midelfort and Noel Barker, lighting by Marge Ferris – Programs

1936-1937 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 3 Folder 43 The Late Christopher Bean by Sidney Howard. October 5-10, 1936. Directed by Sidney Breese, sets by Spencer Davies, lighting by Robert Brower,...with Karl Malden – Scenic plan (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 3 Folder 44 The Late Christopher Bean – Programs
Box 3 Folder 45 The Show Off by George Kelly. December 7-15, 1936. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets designed by Norman Grant, lights by James Webster,...featuring Karl Malden – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folder 21-22 The Show Off – 2 photographs/negatives
Photo Box 7 Folder 23 The Lower Depths by Maxim Gorki. January 11-19, 1937 – 1 photograph
Box 3 Folder 46 The Cradle Song by G. Martinez Sierra. February 8-15, 1937. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Spencer Davies, lighting by James Webster – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folder 24 The Cradle Song – 1 photograph
Box 3 Folder 47 The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare. March 15-22, 1937. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Spencer Davies, dances by Harriette Louise, lights by James Webster,...with Karl Malden – Programs
Box 3 Folder 48 Hotel Universe by Phillip Barry. April 19-26, 1937. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets designed by Spencer Davies, lights by James Webster – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folder 25 Hotel Universe – 1 photograph
Box 3 Folder 49 Dear Brutus by Sir James Barrie. May 24-29, 1937. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Norman Grant, lighting by James Webster, ...with Karl Malden – Programs

1936-1937 Season, Studio

Box 3 Folder 50 Sixteen by Aimee and Phillip Stewart. December 2, 1936. Directed by Dorothy Dixon, lighting by Frank Minatel – Program
Box 3 Folder 51 Sweet Aloes by Jay Mallory. February 4-5, 1937. Directed by Eunice Osborne, lights by Warren Pattinson – Programs
Box 3 Folder 52 The Trysting Place by Booth Tarkington and directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius; Good Vintage by Dan Totheroh and directed by Elizabeth E. Wolcott; "Op-o"-Me-Thumb by Frederick Fenn and Richard Price and directed by Nona Greenberg; and Bread by Fred Eastman and directed by Dorothy Konkowski. April 27, 1937 – Programs

1936-1937 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 3 Folder 53 Penrod by Booth Tarkington, dramatized by Edward E. Rose. November 14-December 5, 1936. Directed by Charlotte B. Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Beryl Spinney, lights by Robert Brower – Scenic plan (floor plan)
Box 3 Folder 54 Penrod – Programs
Box 3 Folder 55 Penrod – Program from a benefit performances for Amity School Children's Aid
Photo Box 7 Folders 26-27 Penrod – 2 photographs
Box 3 Folder 56 Little Black Sambo by Helen Bannerman. December 19, 1936-January 23, 1937. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, choreography by Harriette Louise, sets by Norman Grant, lights by Robert Brower, costumes by Beryl Spinney – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folder 28 Little Black Sambo – 1 photograph
Box 3 Folder 57 The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. February 6-March 6, 1937. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Norman Grant, lights by James Webster, costumes by Kathryn Triplett,...with Karl Malden and Sam Wanamaker – Program
Box 3 Folder 58 A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare. March 27-May 8, 1937. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Norman Grant, costumes by Kathryn Triplett and Jane Coolidge, "Nocturne and Snapdragon's" dance by Harriette Louise,...with Sam Wanamaker – Program

1937-1938 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 4 Folder 1 Accent on Youth by Samson Raphaelson. October 4-12, 1937. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Spencer Davies, lighting by James Webster,...with Sam Wanamaker – Scenic plan (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 4 Folder 2 Accent on Youth – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folders 32-34 Accent on Youth – 3 photographs
Box 4 Folder 3 The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice. November 8-17, 1937. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, lights by James Webster, costumes by Kathryn Triplett,...with Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folders 35-56 The Adding Machine – 22 photographs
Box 4 Folder 4 The Joyous Season by Phillip Barry. December 6-14, 1937. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Norman Grant, lights by James Webster, costumes by Beryl Spinney,...with Sam Wanamaker – Program
Photo Box 7 Folders 57-59 The Joyous Season – 3 photographs
Box 4 Folder 5 Our American Cousin by Tom Taylor. January 10-18, 1938. Directed by Maurice Gnesin in association with Sidney Breese, sets designed by Spencer Davies, lights by James Webster,...with Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folders 60-64 Our American Cousin– 5 photographs/negatives
Box 4 Folder 6 King Lear by William Shakespeare. February 14-23, 1938. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Spencer Davies, lights by James Webster, costumes by Beryl Spinney and Kathryn Triplett,...with Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Photo Box 7 Folders 65-77 King Lear – 13 photographs
Box 4 Folder 7 Electra by Euripides. April 25-May 3, 1938. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, settings by Spencer Davies, choral movements by Harriette Louise, costumes by Beryl Spinney and Spencer Davies, lighting by James Webster,...with Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Photo Box 8 Folders 1-7 Electra – 7 photographs
Box 4 Folder 8 You Never Can Tell by George Bernard Shaw. May 23-31, 1938. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Norman Grant, costumes by Kathryn Triplett, lights by James Webster,...with Sam Wanamaker – Program
Photo Box 8 Folders 8-9 You Never Can Tell – 2 photographs
Box 4 Folder 9 Storm Over Patsy by James Bridie. March 21-29, 1938. Directed by Sidney Breese, sets designed by Norman Grant, costumes by Kathryn Triplett, lighting by James Webster – Program
Photo Box 8 Folders 10-11 Storm Over Patsy – 2 photographs
Box 4 Folder 10 Ladies in Waiting by Cyril Campion. November 17-18, 1937. Directed by Doris Foley, sets by Henry Kurth, lighting by Mary Monahan – Programs
Box 4 Folder 11 Devil on Stilts by Ryerson and Clements and directed by Esther Snowden; Never Too Old by Ryerson and Clements and directed by Mary Evelyn Kootz; The First White Woman by Babette Hughes and directed by Henry Kurth; and Aria Da Capo by Edna St. Vincent Millay and directed by Charline Osgood. May 12, 1938. Sets by Joel Simon – Programs
Box 4 Folder 12 Trifles by Susan Glaspell and directed by Westley Johnson (sets by Robert Sailor); Feast of the Holy Innocents by Samuel Ilsley and directed by J. Colson Webster – sets by Joel Simon); "Op-o"-Me Thumb by Fenn and Pryce and directed by Esther Snowden (sets by Robert Sailor); and Not Smart by Wilbur Steele and directed by Sam Wanamaker (sets by Joel Simon, lights by Byron Taggert). June 7, 1938 – Programs
Box 4 Folder 13 Kind Lady by Edward Chodorov. June 10, 1938. Directed by Sidney Breese, sets by John MacMahon, lights by Michael Taylor – Programs
Box 4 Folder 14 The Second Man by S.N. Berman. June 14, 1938. Lighting by James Shimek – Programs
Box 4 Folder 15 Radio Rescue by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 16-November 6, 1937. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Norman Grant, costumes by Kathryn Triplett, lights by James Webster – Programs
Photo Box 8 Folder 12 Radio Rescue – 1 photograph
Box 4 Folder 16 Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates by Mary Mapes Dodge, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. January 8, 1938. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Kathryn Triplett, lighting by James Webster – Programs
Photo Box 8 Folders 13-14 Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates – 2 photographs
Box 4 Folder 17 Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater by Martha King. January 15-February 26, 1938. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Norman Grant, costumes by Kathryn Triplett, lights by James Webster – Programs
Photo Box 8 Folders 15-18 Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater – 4 photographs
Photo Box 8 Folders 19-21 Indian Captive – 3 photographs

1938-1939 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 4 Folder 18 General promotional material
Box 4 Folder 19 Why Not? by Jesse Lynch Williams. October 3-12, 1938. Directed by Sydney Breese, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig,...with Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Photo Box 10 Folders 23-40 Why Not? – 18 photographs/negatives
Box 4 Folder 20 Street Scene by Elmer Rice. November 7-16, 1938. Directed by David Itkin, sets by David Itkin, costumes by Virginia Opsvig,...with Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Photo Box 8 Folders 22-46 Street Scene – 25 photographs/negatives
Box 4 Folder 21 Bees on the Boat Deck by J.B. Priestley. December 5-15, 1938. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig,...with Sam Wanamaker – Prop list
Box 4 Folder 22 Bees on the Boat Deck by J.B. Priestley. December 5-15, 1938. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig,...with Sam Wanamaker—Programs
Photo Box 8 Folders 47-59 Bees on the Boat Deck – 13 photographs/negatives
Box 4 Folder 23 The Circle by W. Somerset Maugham. January 9-19, 1939. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig,...starring Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Box 4 Folder 24 The Circle – Program for the Alumni House Performance
Photo Box 9 Folders 1-5 The Circle – 5 photographs
Box 4 Folder 25 Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. February 13-24, 1939. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 9 Folders 6-17 Much Ado About Nothing – 12 photographs
Box 4 Folder 26 Anna Christie by Eugene O'Neill. March 20-April 1, 1939. Directed by David Itkin, settings by Norman Grant, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 9 Folders 18-19 Anna Christie – 2 photographs
Box 4 Folder 27 Elizabeth the Queen by Maxwell Anderson. April 13-26, 1939. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig,...with Sam Wanamaker – Programs
Photo Box 9 Folders 20-26 Elizabeth, the Queen – 7 photographs
Box 4 Folder 28 First Lady by Katherine Dayton and George S. Kaufman. May 22-31, 1939. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by John Nicholson, costumes by Mary Blair – Programs
Photo Box 9 Folders 27-41 First Lady – 15 photographs/negatives

1938-1939 Season, Studio

Box 4 Folder 29 Eugene O'Neill's Sea Plays: Ile, directed by W.R. Martini; In the Zone, directed by Frank Callender; Bound East for Cardiff, directed by Frank Callender; and Long Voyage Home, directed by Samuel Wanamaker. March 17, 1939. Sets by Mary Blair – Programs
Box 4 Folder 30 "A Bill of One Acts": A Room in the Tower by Hugh Stewart and directed by Samuel Wanamaker; Corn Shock by John Taylor and directed by Walter R. Martini; Roses and Rue by Winifred Fraser and directed by Walter R. Martini; The Twelve-Pound Look by Sir James Barrie and directed by Samuel Wanamaker. Sets by James Israel, costumes by Russell Lotterhos – Programs

1938-1939 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 4 Folder 31 Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. November 12-December 24, 1938. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 10 Folders 1-13 Tom Sawyer – 13 photographs
Box 4 Folder 32 Rumpelstiltskin, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 31, 1938-January 28, 1939. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Norman Grant, costumes by Class in Costume Design – Promotional material
Box 4 Folder 33 Rumpelstiltskin – Programs
Photo Box 10 Folders 14-19 Rumpelstiltskin – 6 photographs
Box 4 Folder 34 Alice in Wonderland, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. February 4-[?], 1939. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Norman Grant, costumes by Virginia Opsvig, dances by Frank Callender – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 4 Folder 35 Alice in Wonderland – Programs
Photo Box 10 Folders 20-22 Alice in Wonderland – 3 photographs

1938-1939 Season, Special Events

Box 4 Folder 36 The Graff Ballet. January 26-28, 1939 – Programs
Box 4 Folder 37 Dances of Spain, with Clarita Martin. May 10-13, 1939 – Promotional material and program
Box 4 Folder 38 Katherine Dunham. October 27-29, 1938 – Programs
Photo Box 10 Folders 41-42 Katherine Dunham, Haitian Dance – 2 photographs

1939-1940 Season, Art Institute Member Series

Box 5 Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 5 Folder 2 Holiday by Phillip Barry. October 2-14, 1939. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 11 Folders 1-10 Holiday – 10 photographs
Box 5 Folder 3 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. November 6-[?], 1939. Directed by David Itkin, costumes by Mary Blair – Programs
Box 5 Folder 4 Family Portrait by Lenore Coffee and William Joyce Cowen. December 4-17, 1939. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 11 Folders 11-17 Family Portrait – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 5 Folder 5 George and Margaret by Gerald Savory. January 15-[?], 1940. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by John Nicholson, costumes by Richard von Albrecht – Programs
Photo Box 11 Folders 18-31 George and Margaret – 14 photographs
Box 5 Folder 6 Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare. February 12-25, 1940. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Scenic plan (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 5 Folder 7 Merry Wives of Windsor – Programs
Photo Box 11 Folders 32-55 Merry Wives of Windsor – 24 photographs/negatives
Box 5 Folder 8 He Who Gets Slapped by Leonid Andreyev, translated by Maurice Gnesin. March 18-31, 1940. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Mary Blair, costumes by John Nicholson – Programs
Photo Box 12 Folders 1-20 He Who Gets Slapped – 20 photographs
Box 5 Folder 9 Laburnum Grove by J.B. Priestley. April 15-28, 1940. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 12 Folders 21-32 Laburnum Grove – 12 photographs
Box 5 Folder 10 Goodbye Again by Allan Scott and George Haight. May 13-26, 1940. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by John Nicholson, costumes by Mary Blair – Rehearsal and performance schedule
Box 5 Folder 11 Goodbye Again – Programs
Photo Box 12 Folders 33-45 Goodbye Again – 13 photographs

1939-1940 Season, Studio

Box 5 Folder 12 The Late Christopher Bean by Sidney Howard. October 18, 1939. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets and costumes by Mary Blair – Programs
Box 5 Folder 13 Girls in Uniform by Christa Winsloe. October 26, 1939. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Russell Lotterhos, costumes by Richard von Albrecht – Programs
Box 5 Folder 14 The Whiteheaded Boy by Lennox Robinson. December 8, 1939. Directed by Roger Tracy, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Mary Blair – Programs
Box 5 Folder 15 Time and the Conways by J.B. Priestley. February 16, 1940. Directed by Frank Callender, scenery by Ade-Rolfe Floreen, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Programs
Box 5 Folder 16 Spring Dance by Phillip Barry. March 22, 1940. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, scenery by Donald Powell, costumes by Russell Lotterhos – Programs
Box 5 Folder 17 The Good Hope by Herman Heijermans. April 19, 1940. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Programs
Box 5 Folder 18 Mystery at Greenfingers by J.B. Priestley. April 30, 1940. Directed by Frank Callender, sets by Mary Blair, costumes by Joseph N. Carner – Programs
Box 5 Folder 19 Ladies in Waiting by Cyril Campion. May 10, 1940. Directed by Roger Tracy, scenery by Donald Powell, costumes by Russell Lotterhos – Programs
Box 5 Folder 20 Four One-Act Plays: Trifles by Susan Glaspell and directed by Robert Hoffman; Constant Lover by St. John Hankin and directed by Ernest Graves; Time Out for Matrimony by A.A. O'Keefe and directed Don L. Hammer; and Sham by Frank G. Tompkins and directed by Marion Barton. Sets by Ade-Rolfe Floreen, costumes by Richard von Albrecht – Programs
Box 5 Folder 21 The Distaff Side by John Van Druten. May 24, 1940. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, scenery by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Programs
Box 5 Folder 22 Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello. June 5, 1940. Directed by Robert Thompson, sets by Russell Lotterhos, costumes by Mary Blair – Programs
Box 5 Folder 23 Candida by Gorge Bernard Shaw. June 7, 1940. Directed by Judith Jeffrey, sets by Tom Jewitt, costumes by Marion Barton – Programs

1939-1940 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 5 Folder 24 Daniel Boone by Leona Baptist. November 4-[?], 1939. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 12 Folders 46-55 Daniel Boone – 10 photographs
Box 5 Folder 25 Cinderella, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 23-[?], 1939. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Mary Blair, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 12 Folders 56-65 Cinderella – 10 photographs
Box 5 Folder 26 Little Women by Louisa Mae Alcott, adapted by Marian DeForest. February 3-March 9, 1940. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Russell Lotterhos – Director's memorandum on settings
Box 5 Folder 27 Little Women – Programs
Photo Box 12 Folders 66-75 Little Women – 10 photographs
Box 5 Folder 28 Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 16-[?], 1940. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, Costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 13 Folders 1-13 Robinson Crusoe – 13 photographs

1939-1940 Season, Special Events

Box 5 Folder 29 Agnes de Mille and Her Dance Ensemble. October 30-November 2, 1939 – Program
Photo Box 13 Folder 14 Agnes de Mille and Her Dance Ensemble – 1 photograph
Box 5 Folder 30 Katherine Dunham. November 22-25, 1939 – Program
Box 5 Folder 31 Hanya Holm and Company. January 10-13, 1940 – Program
Box 5 Folder 32 Negro Singers. October 19-20, 1939 – Program
Box 5 Folder 33 Saveli Walevitch: Songs of the Russian People. February 28-29, 1940 – Programs
Box 5 Folder 34 The Saidenberg Sinfonietta with Four Dancers. March 6-9, 1940 – Program
Box 5 Folder 35 The Elizabethan Madrigal Singers. April 10-11, 1940 – Program
Box 5 Folder 36 Ten Years in the Dog House, a review in honor of Maurice Gnesin's tenth anniversary as Head of the Kenneth Sawyer Goodman Memorial Theatre. May 31, 1940 – Programs (See: Oversize Folder 1)

1940-1941 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 5 Folder 37 This Fine Pretty World by Percy MacKaye. October 3-16, 1940. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 13 Folders 15-27 This Fine Pretty World – 13 photographs
Box 5 Folder 38 Time and the Conways by J.B. Priestley. November 7-23, 1940. Directed by Frank Callender, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Rehearsal and performance schedule
Box 5 Folder 39 Time and the Conways – Programs
Photo Box 13 Folders 28-32 Time and the Conways – 5 photographs
Box 5 Folder 40 Icebound by Owen Davis. November 26-28, 1940. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Program
Photo Box 13 Folders 33-43 Icebound – 11 photographs
Box 5 Folder 41 Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams. December 5-21, 1940. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Rehearsal and performance schedule
Box 5 Folder 42 Night Must Fall – Programs
Photo Box 13 Folders 44-53 Night Must Fall – 10 photographs
Box 5 Folder 43 The Admirable Crichton by Sir James Barrie. January 9-25, 1941. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Mary Blair, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Programs
Photo Box 13 Folders 54-65 The Admirable Crichton – 12 photographs
Box 5 Folder 44 The Swan by Ferenc Molnar. February 13-March 1, 1941. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 14 Folders 1-14 The Swan – 14 photographs
Box 5 Folder 45 The Silver Cord by Sidney Howard. March 20-April 5, 1941. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets Spencer by Davies, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Rehearsal and performance schedule
Box 5 Folder 46 The Silver Cord – Programs
Photo Box 14 Folders 15-25 The Silver Cord – 11 photographs
Box 5 Folder 47 Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, translated by Maurice Gnesin. April 17-May 1, 1941. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets and costumes by Mary Blair – Programs
Photo Box 14 Folders 26-46 Three Sisters – 21 photographs
Box 5 Folder 48 The Youngest by Philip Barry. May 15-28, 1941. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 14 Folders 47-53 The Youngest – 7 photographs

1940-1941 Season, Studio

Box 5 Folder 49 Finished by Katharine Clugson. November 29, 1940. Directed by Roger Tracy, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Programs
Box 5 Folder 50 Tonight at 8:30 by Noel Coward: Ways and Means (featuring Bella Itkin), Still Life and Fumed Oak. March 22, 1941. Directed by Frank Callender, sets by Don Hermes, costumes by Patricia Mack – Costumes
Box 5 Folder 51 Forced Landing by Wilfred Massey. April 26, 1941. Directed by Doris Foley, sets by Patricia Mack, costumes by Bill Southwood – Program
Box 5 Folder 52 Three One-Act Plays: O'Flaherty V.C. by George Bernard Shaw and directed by Donald Davies; Riders to the Sea by John Millington Synge and directed by Judith Jeffrey; and The Twelve-Pound Look by Sir James Barrie and directed by John Taylor. May 9, 1941. Sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Don Hermes – Programs
Box 5 Folder 53 The Far Off Hills by Lennox Robinson. May 17, 1941. Directed by Frank Callender, sets by Robert Katzman, costumes by Patricia Mack – Programs
Box 5 Folder 54 Let Us Be Gay by Rachel Crothers. May 23, 1941. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Don Hermes, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Program
Box 5 Folder 55 Double Door by Elizabeth McFadden. May 29, 1941. Directed by Allan S. Hancock, sets by Patricia Mack, costumes by Robert Katzman – Programs
Box 5 Folder 56 Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen. June 6, 1941. Directed by John Kerr. Sets and costumes by Barbara Scott – Programs
Box 5 Folder 57 Hay Fever by Noel Coward. June 13, 1941. Directed by Joe Callaway, scenery by William Southwood, costumes by Angelynn Berry – Programs

1940-1941 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 5 Folder 58 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp, dramatized by James Norris and Charlotte Chorpenning. October 26-[?], 1940. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 1-8 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – 8 photographs/negatives
Box 5 Folder 59 Red Riding Hood, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 21, 1940-February 15, 1941. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig,...featuring Bella Itkin – Programs
Box 5 Folder 60 Abe Lincoln: New Salem Days. February 1-March 8, 1941. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 15 Folders 9-11 Abe Lincoln: New Salem Days – 3 photographs
Box 5 Folder 61 Sleeping Beauty, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 15-April 26, 1941. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Spencer Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Rehearsal and performance schedule
Box 5 Folder 62 Sleeping Beauty – Programs
Photo Box 15 Folders 12-19 Sleeping Beauty – 8 photographs/negatives

1940-1941 Season, Special Events

Box 5 Folder 63 Agnes de Mille and Her Ensemble. October 30-November 2, 1940 – Programs
Photo Box 15 Folders 20-23 The Graff Ballet. February 5-8, 1941 – 4 photographs

1941-1942 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 6 Folder 1 Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello. October 2-18, 1941. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets designed by Barbara Scott, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 15 Folders 24-34 Fresh Fields – 11 photographs/negatives
Box 6 Folder 2 Outward Bound by Sutton Vane. November 6-22, 1941. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Mary Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Berry Davies – Programs
Photo Box 15 Folders 35-42 Outward Bound – 8 photographs/negatives
Box 6 Folder 3 Hay Fever by Noel Coward. November 25-28, 1941. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Donald Hermes, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 16 Folders 1-11 Hay Fever – 11 photographs
Box 6 Folder 4 Yes, My Darling Daughter by Mark Reed. December 4-20, 1941. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Mary von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 16 Folders 12-16 Yes, My Darling Daughter – 5 photographs
Box 6 Folder 5 Right You Are by Luigi Pirandello. January 8-24, 1942. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets and costumes by Barbara Scott – Programs
Photo Box 16 Folders 17-23 Right You Are – 7 photographs
Photo Box 16 Folders 24-32 In a Garden by Philip Barry. February 1942 – 9 photographs
Photo Box 16 Folders 33-39 The Romantic Young Lady by G. Martinez Sierra. 1941-1942 – 7 photographs
Box 6 Folder 6 Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. April 16-May 2, 1942. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Mary Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Virginia Opsvig, dances directed by Ruth Hatfield – Programs
Box 6 Folder 7 Romeo and Juliet – Set designs (watercolors) (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Photo Box 16 Folders 40-54 Romeo and Juliet – 15 photographs
Box 6 Folder 8 The Farmer's Wife by Eden Philpotts. May 14-27, 1942. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Donald Frances Hermes, costumes by Barbara Scott – Programs
Photo Box 17 Folders 1-10 The Farmer’s Wife – 10 photographs

1941-1942 Season, Studio

Box 6 Folder 9 Old Acquaintance by John Van Druten. October 24, 1941. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Donald Hermes, costumes by Joseph Carner – Programs
Box 6 Folder 10 Drawing Room by Thomas Browne. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Joseph Carner, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Box 6 Folder 11 Pillars of Society by Henrik Ibsen. December 11, 1941. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Joseph Carner, costumes by Donald Hermes – Programs
Box 6 Folder 12 The Distaff Side by John Van Druten. February 14, 1942. Directed by Donald Davies, sets by Angelynn Davies, costumes by Joseph Carner – Programs
Box 6 Folder 13 Ladies in Retirement by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham. February 24-28, 1942. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Donald Hermes, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Box 6 Folder 14 The Old Ladies by Rodney Ackland. Directed by Bernie Enslin, sets by Bernie Enslin, costumes by Cordelia Williams – Programs
Box 6 Folder 15 Beyond the Horizon by Eugene O'Neill. May 6, 1942. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Donald Hermes, lighting by John Sorich, costumes by Cordelia Williams – Programs
Box 6 Folder 16 Ladies of the Jury by Fred Ballard. May 13¬17, 1942. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Angelynn Davies, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Box 6 Folder 17 Nine Till Six by Aimee and Philip Stuart. June 9, 1942. Directed by Doris Anne Foley, sets by Mary Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Jack Martin – Programs

1941-1942 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 6 Folder 18 Hansel and Gretel, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 25-December 13, 1941. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Mary von Albrecht, dancing directed by Ruth Hatfield, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Photo Box 17 Folders 11-15 Hansel and Gretel – 5 photographs
Box 6 Folder 19 The Three Bears, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 20, 1941-February 7, 1942. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Barbara Scott, dancing directed by Ruth Hatfield, costumes by Virginia Opsvig – Programs
Box 6 Folder 20 Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. January 31-March 7, 1942. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Mary von Albrecht, costumes by Donald Hermes – Programs
Photo Box 17 Folders 16-26 Huckleberry Finn – 11 photographs
Box 6 Folder 21 The Squire's Bride, dramatized by Viola Van Zee and Charlotte Chorpenning. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Mary von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Davies, choreography by Barbara Berger – Programs
Photo Box 17 Folders 27-37 The Squire’s Bride – 11 photographs

1941-1942 Season, Special Events

Box 6 Folder 22 Hanya Holm and Dance Company. October 28-31, 1941 – Programs

1942-1943 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 6 Folder 23 George Washington Slept Here by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. October 1-17, 1942. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 17 Folders 38-42 George Washington Slept Here – 5 photographs
Box 6 Folder 24 The Black Eye by James Bridie. November 5-21, 1942. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Andrew Woods – Programs
Photo Box 17 Folders 43-48 The Black Eye – 6 photographs/negatives
Box 6 Folder 25 The Late Christopher Bean by Sidney Howard. January 7-23, 1943. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Angelynn Davies, costumes by Blair von Albrecht – Programs
Photo Box 17 Folders 49-54 The Late Christopher Bean – 6 photographs
Box 6 Folder 26 There's Always Juliet by John Van Druten. January 24-February 3, 1943. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets designed by Wallis C. Smith, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 1-4 There’s Always Juliet – 4 photographs
Photo Box 18 Folders 4-10 The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. 1942-1943 – 6 photographs
Box 6 Folder 27 Old Acquaintance by John Van Druten. February 11-27, 1943. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 11-17 Old Acquaintance – 7 photographs
Box 6 Folder 28 Letters to Lucerne by Fritz Rotter and Allen Vincent. March 11-27, 1943. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 34-40 Letters to Lucerne – 7 photographs
Box 6 Folder 29 The Shining Hour by Keith Winter. April 15-May 1, 1943. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets designed by Barbara Scott, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 18-23 The Shining Hour – 6 photographs
Box 6 Folder 30 The Dover Road by A.A. Milne. May 13-26, 1943. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Andrew Woods – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 24-33 The Dover Road – 10 photographs

1942-1943 Season, Studio

Box 6 Folder 31 Letters to Lucerne by Fritz Rotter and Allen Vincent. December 4, 1942. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Harry Delipsy, costumes by Nat Rollins – Programs
Box 6 Folder 32 Sweet Aloes by Joy Mallory. December 11, 1942. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Donald Hermes, costumes by William Steger – Programs
Box 6 Folder 33 The Lady Who Came to Stay by Kenneth White. February 16, 1943. Directed by David Itkin, sets by William Steger, costumes by Karsen Faye – Programs
Box 6 Folder 34 Nine Till Six by Aimee and Philip Stewart. May 5, 1943. Directed by Bella Itkin and Catherine Denny Phelps, sets by Karsen Faye, costumes by Blair von Albrecht – Programs
Box 6 Folder 35 Claudia by Rose Franken. May 15, 1943. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by William Steger, costumes by Blair von Albrecht – Programs
Box 6 Folder 36 Three One­-Act Plays: Riders to the Sea by John Millington Synge, and directed by Charles Lewis Paetow (sets by Karsen Faye); The Violet by Ferenc Molnar and directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius (sets by William Steger); These Small Things by Marian Johnson and directed by Eunice Osborne (sets by Karsen Faye). May 28, 1943. Costumes by Blair von Albrecht – Programs
Box 6 Folder 37 Cradle Song by G. Martinez Sierra. June 3-4, 1943. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Karsen Faye, costumes by Blair von Albrecht – Programs

1942-1943 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 6 Folder 38 Alice's New Wonderland, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October24-December 12, 1942. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 41-46 Alice’s New Wonderland – 6 photographs
Box 6 Folder 39 The Magic Horn by Anne Nicholson and Charlotte Chorpenning. December19, 1942-January 23, 1943. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, set designed by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 18 Folders 47-51 The Magic Horn – 5 photographs/negatives
Box 6 Folder 40 Little Black Sambo, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. January 30-March 20, 1943. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Angelynn Davies – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 1-5 Little Black Sambo – 5 photographs
Box 6 Folder 41 The Elves and the Shoemaker, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning and Nora Tully. March 27-May 8, 1943. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Blair von Albrecht, dances directed by Dorothy Davies Miller, costumes by Andrew Woods – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 5-12 The Elves and the Shoemaker – 7 photographs

1943-1944 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 6 Folder 42 Three-Cornered Moon by Gertrude Tonkonogy. October 7-23, 1943. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets designed by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Andrew Woods – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 13-19 Three-Cornered Moon – 7 photographs
Box 6 Folder 43 The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman. November 4-28, 1943. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Andrew Woods – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 20-24 The Little Foxes – 5 photographs/negatives
Box 6 Folder 44 The Tidings Brought to Mary by Paul Claudel. December 2-19, 1943. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets and costumes by Blair von Albrecht – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 25-29 The Tiding Brought to Mary – 5 photographs
Box 6 Folder 45 The Whiteheaded Boy by Lennox Boy. January 13-February 5, 1944. Directed by David Itkin, set designed by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Andrew Woods – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 30-34 The Whiteheaded Boy – 5 photographs
Box 6 Folder 46 Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill. February 10-March 4, 1944. Directed by Eunice Osborne, set by Barbara Scott, costumes by Blair von Albrecht – Programs
Box 6 Folder 47 Mr. Pim Passes By by A.A. Milne. March 9-April 1, 1944. Directed by Eunice Osborne, set by Wallis Smith, costumes by Barbara Scott – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 35-40 Mr. Pim Passes By – 6 photographs
Box 6 Folder 48 King Lear by William Shakespeare. April 13-May 6, 1944. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by John Nicholson – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 41-43 King Lear – 3 photographs
Box 6 Folder 49 What a Life by Clifford Goldsmith. May 11-27, 1944. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by William Steger, costumes by Barbara Scott – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 44-48 What a Life – 5 photographs

1943-1944 Season, Studio

Box 6 Folder 50 Russet Mantle by Lynn Riggs. December 14, 1943. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Karsen Faye, costumes by William Steger – Programs
Box 6 Folder 51 Cry Havoc by Allan R. Kenward. February 16, 1944. Directed by David Itkin, sets by William Steger, costumes by Karsen Faye – Programs
Box 6 Folder 52 Girls in Uniform by Christa Winsloe. May 2, 1944. Directed by Suzanne Zimmerman (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Karsen Faye, costumes by Jinx Junkin, ...with Geraldine Page – Programs
Box 6 Folder 53 Craig's Wife by George Kelly. May 19, 1944. Directed by Helen Johnston (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Gloria Senge, costumes by Dale Newton – Programs
Box 6 Folder 54 The First Mrs. Fraser by St. John Ervine. June 1, 1944. Directed by Judith Jeffrey (as an M.F.A requirement), sets by Mac Kinander, costumes by Charlotte Tulchin – Programs

1943-1944 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 6 Folder 55 General Promotional material
Box 6 Folder 56 Beauty and the Beast, dramatized by Nora Tully and Charlotte Chorpenning. October 30-December 11, 1943. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets designed by Blair von Albrecht, dances arranged by Dorothy Davies Miller, puppets by Tom H. Marge, music arranged by Frances Benson, costumes by Andrew Woods, ...starring Geraldine Page – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 49-53 Beauty and the Beast – 5 photographs/negatives
Box 6 Folder 57 Radio Rescue by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 18, 1943-January 30, 1944. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Andrew Woods – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folder 54 Radio Rescue – 1 photograph
Box 6 Folder 58 The Snow Maiden by Anne Nicholson and Charlotte Chorpenning. February 5-March 26, 1944. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Blair von Albrecht, dances by Dorothy Davies Miller, costumes by Andrew Woods, ...with Geraldine Page – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 55-59 The Snow Maiden – 5 photographs/negatives
Box 6 Folder 59 Jack and the Beanstalk, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. April 1-May 13, 1944. Directed by Barbara Berger, sets by Blair von Albrecht, dances by Barbara Berger, costumes by Barbara Berger – Program
Photo Box 19 Folders 60-62 Jack and the Beanstalk – 3 photographs

1944-1945 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 7 Folder 1 Accent on Youth by Samson Raphaelson. October 5-21, 1944. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Barbara Scott, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Geraldine Page – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folder 63 Accent on Youth – 1 photograph/negative
Box 7 Folder 2 The Sea Gull by Anton Chekhov. November 2-18, 1944. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Geraldine Page – Programs
Box 7 Folder 3 The Sea Gull – Program from performance in memory of Mrs. William Owen Goodman (Nov. 2, 1944)
Photo Box 19 Folders 64-68 The Sea Gull – 5 photographs/negatives
Box 7 Folder 4 You Can't Take it With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. November 30-December 17, 1944. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by William Steger, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Geraldine Page, Shelley Berman, and Jose Quintero – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 69-72 You Can’t Take it With You – 4 photographs/negatives
Box 7 Folder 5 Craig's Wife by George Kelly. January 4-20, 1945. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 73-76 Craig’s Wife – 4 photographs
Box 7 Folder 6 Wappin' Wharf by Charles Stephen Brooks. February 8-24, 1945. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by William Steger, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Geraldine Page – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 77-78 Wappin’ Wharf – 2 photographs
Box 7 Folder 7 Winterset by Maxwell Anderson. March 8-24, 1945. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Geraldine Page, Shelley Berman, David Itkin, and Maurice Gnesin – Programs
Box 7 Folder 8 Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. April 12-28, 1945. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Barbara Scott, costumes by Shirley Seidel, ...with Shelley Berman – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 79-85 Hedda Gabler – 7 photographs
Box 7 Folder 9 Another Language by Rose Franken. May 10-26, 1945. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Alice Harmer, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Geraldine Page and Shelley Berman – Programs

1944-1945 Season, Studio

Box 7 Folder 10 Ladies in Waiting by Cyril Campion. December 12, 1944. Directed by Helen Johnston, sets by Alice Harmer, costumes by William Steger – Programs
Box 7 Folder 11 Hotel Universe by Philip Barry. May 29, 1945. Directed by Emily Upton, sets and lights by David Reppa, costumes by William Steger – Programs
Box 7 Folder 12 The Distaff Side by John Van Druten. December 2, 1944. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by Frances McVey, costumes by Shirley Seidel – Program
Box 7 Folder 13 Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello. April 28, 1945. Directed by Marita Oppenheim (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Jac Venza, costumes by Louise Evans – Program
Box 7 Folder 14 Brief Music by Emmet Lavery. March 15, 1945. Directed by Helen Johnston, sets designed by Gloria White, costumes by Jac Venza – Program
Box 7 Folder 15 Nine Till Six by Aimee and Philip Stuart. May 9, 1945. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Frances McVey, costumes by Shirley Seidel – Program
Box 7 Folder 16 Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams. June 7, 1945. Directed by Marie Sikorska (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by William McDowell Meade, costumes by Jac Venza – Program

1944-1945 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 7 Folder 17 Hiawatha by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 21¬December 10, 1944. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Barbara Scott, animal puppets by Tom Margo, dances arranged by Dorothy Davies Miller, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Shelley Berman – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 79-85 Hiawatha – 2 photographs
Box 7 Folder 18 The Emperor's New Clothes, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 16, 1944-January 14, 1945. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Barbara Scott, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, dances arranged by Dorothy Davies Miller – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 88-89 The Emperor’s New Clothes – 2 photographs
Box 7 Folder 19 King Midas and the Golden Touch, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. January 27-March 17, 1945. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Frances McVey, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, dances arranged by Dorothy Davies Miller, Aithra's dance by Pat Kennell, ...with Shelley Berman and Jose Quintero – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folder 90 King Midas and the Golden Touch – 1 photograph
Box 7 Folder 20 Cinderella, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 24-May 5, 1945. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets and costumes by William Steger, dances arranged by Dorothy Davies Miller – Programs
Box 7 Folder 21 Pedro and the Fighting Cocks, adapted by Dorothy Davies Miller. May 6-June 3, 1945. Ballet arranged and directed by Dorothy Davies Miller, sets by William Steger, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, puppets by Tom Sanders – Programs
Photo Box 19 Folders 91-97 Pedro and the Fighting Cocks – 7 photographs/negatives

1945-1946 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 7 Folder 22 The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry. October 4-20, 1945. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Alice Harmer, costumes by Shirley Seidel, ...with Shelley Berman – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 1-4 The Philadelphia Story – 4 photographs
Box 7 Folder 23 The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. November 1-17, 1945. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Shelley Berman – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folder 5 The Skin of Our Teeth – 1 photograph
Box 7 Folder 24 Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. November 29-December 15, 1945. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by the von Albrechts, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 6-7 Blithe Spirit – 2 photographs
Box 7 Folder 25 Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw. January 3-19, 1946. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by the von Albrechts, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Shelley Berman – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 8-16 Heartbreak House – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 7 Folder 26 The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. February 7-24, 1946. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Alice Harmer, costumes by Shirley Seidel, ...with Shelley Berman – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 17-24 The Taming of the Shrew – 8 photographs
Box 7 Folder 27 Claudia by Rose Franken. March 7-24, 1946. Directed by Mary Elizabeth Aurelius, sets by von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 25-29 Claudia – 5 photographs
Box 7 Folder 28 Let Us Be Gay by Rachel Cruthers. May 9-25, 1946. Directed by David Itkin, sets by von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 30-33 John Ferguson by St. John Ervine. [1945-1946?] – 4 photographs

1945-1946 Season, Studio

Box 7 Folder 29 Guest in the House by Hagar Wilde and Dale Eunson. November 17, 1945. Directed by David Itkin, sets by David Reppa, costumes by Bob Beck – Programs
Box 7 Folder 30 The Trial of Mary Dugan by Bayard Veiller. December 14, 1945. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Louise Evans, costumes by Joyce Burlingame – Programs
Box 7 Folder 31 The Male Animal by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. March 16, 1946. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Harry Delipsy, costumes by Sarah Herman – Programs
Box 7 Folder 32 The Good Hope by Herman Heijermans. April 16, 1946. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Shirley Seidel, costumes by Bob Beck – Programs
Box 7 Folder 33 The Distaff Side by John Van Druten. May 9, 1946. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Leonor Travis, costumes by Sam Feder – Programs
Box 7 Folder 34 As You Like It by William Shakespeare. June 6, 1946. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Alice Harmer, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari – Programs

1945-1946 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 7 Folder 35 Rumpelstiltskin, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 27-December 15, 1945. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Barbara Scott, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, dances arranged by Dorothy Davies Miller, lullaby music and lyrics by Faith Locke Langley – Promotional material
Box 7 Folder 36 Rumpelstiltskin – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 34-36 Rumpelstiltskin – 3 photographs
Box 7 Folder 37 Paul Bunyan's First Christmas, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 22, 1945-January 20, 1946. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets designed by Alice Harmer, costumes by Shirley Seidel, dances arranged by Dorothy Davies Miller – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 37-38 Paul Bunyan’s First Christmas – 2 photographs
Box 7 Folder 38 Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, arranged by Charlotte Chorpenning. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Bob Beck – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 39-41 Tom Sawyer – 3 photographs/negatives
Box 7 Folder 39 Little Lee Bobo by Rose Hum Lee and Charlotte Chorpenning. March 30-May 25, 1946. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Promotional material
Box 7 Folder 40 Little Lee Bobo – Programs
Photo Box 20 Folders 42-44 Little Lee Bobo – 3 photographs

1946-1947 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 8 Folder 1 The Male Animal by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. October 3-19, 1946. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 1-7 The Male Animal – 7 photographs
Box 8 Folder 2 Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw. November 7-23, 1946. Directed by Maurice Gnesin (assistant director William Stigall), sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, ...with Shelley Berman – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 8-11 Saint Joan – 4 photographs
Box 8 Folder 3 The Far-Off Hills by Lennox Robinson. December 5-21, 1946. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Box 8 Folder 4 French Without Tears by Terence Rattigan. January 9-25, 1947. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Joe Carner, costumes by Mary Gross – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 12-20 French Without Tears – 9 photographs
Box 8 Folder 5 Othello by William Shakespeare. February 6-23, 1947. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Program
Photo Box 21 Folder 21 Othello – 1 photograph
Box 8 Folder 6 End of Summer by S.N. Behrman. February 6-23, 1947. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, William Stigall as associate director, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 22-30 End of Summer – 9 photographs
Box 8 Folder 7 Yerma by Federico Garcia Lorca. April 10-27, 1947. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, William Stigall as associate director, lighting by Ade-Rolfe Floreen, sets designed by the von Albrechts, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, choreography by Frances Allis, folk song direction by Louise Dale Spoor – Programs
Box 8 Folder 8 The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. May 8-24, 1947. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Shirley Seidel, costumes by Donnie Zizzof – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 31-34 The Royal Family – 4 photographs

1946-1947 Season, Studio

Box 8 Folder 9 Laburnum Grove by J.B. Priestley. November 13, 1946. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Tom Steger, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Box 8 Folder 10 A Bill of Divorcement by Clemence Dane. December 7, 1946. Directed by Eunice Osborne, sets by David Waters, lights and costumes by Donnie Zizzof and Mary Gross – Programs
Box 8 Folder 11 Holiday by Philip Barry. February 8, 1947. Directed by Robert Hopkins, sets by Donnie Zizzof, costumes by Bill Ritman – Programs
Box 8 Folder 12 The Father by August Strindberg. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Shirley Seidel, costumes by Bill Ritman – Programs
Box 8 Folder 13 Mr. Pim Passes By by A.A. Milne. Directed by Robert Hopkins, sets by Leonor Travis, costumes by Jack Cornwell – Programs
Box 8 Folder 14 The Circle by W. Somerset Maugham. May 10, 1947. Directed by Patricia Kennell (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Leonor Travis, costumes by Michael – Programs
Box 8 Folder 15 Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen. Directed by Michael Krause (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Donnie Zizzof, costumes by Shirley Seidel – Programs
Box 8 Folder 16 Three Plays of the Sea by Eugene O'Neill: Bound East for Cardiff, directed by Edward Fielding Nicholls; In the Zone, directed by L.T. Bethune; and The Long Voyage Home, directed by Robin M. League. Sets by Catherine Luce, lighting by H. Townsend Velie, costumes by George Fuller – Programs

1946-1947 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 8 Folder 17 The Twelve Dancing Princesses by Nelson James. October 26-December 14, 1946. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, dances by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 35-36 The Twelve Dancing Princesses – 2 photographs
Box 8 Folder 18 Sleeping Beauty, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 12, 1946-January 27, 1947. Sets designed by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Box 8 Folder 19 Red Riding Hood, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. February 1-March 23, 1947. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Shirley Seidel, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 37-38 Red Riding Hood – 2 photographs/negatives
Box 8 Folder 20 The Prince and the Pauper, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Donnie Zizzof – Programs
Photo Box 21 Folders 39-44 The Prince and the Pauper – 6 photographs

1947-1948 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 8 Folder 21 Dear Ruth by Norman Krasna. October 2-18, 1947. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 22 Folders 1-6 Dear Ruth – 6 photographs
Box 8 Folder 22 Shadow and Substance by Paul Vincent Carroll. November 6-22, 1947. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 22 Folders 7-16 Shadow and Substance – 10 photographs
Box 8 Folder 23 The Show-Off by George Kelly. December 4-20, 1947. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Shirley Seidel, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari – Programs
Photo Box 22 Folders 17-25 The Show-Off – 9 photographs
Box 8 Folder 24 Macbeth by William Shakespeare. January 8-24, 1948. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, sets by the von Albrechts, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, lights by Ade-Rolfe Floreen, ...with Harvey Korman – Program
Photo Box 22 Folders 26-32 Macbeth – 7 photographs
Box 8 Folder 25 The Man Who Came to Dinner by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. February 5-22, 1948. Directed by David Itkin, E. Allyn Warren as assistant director, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari – Programs
Photo Box 22 Folders 33-41 The Man Who Came to Dinner – 9 photographs
Box 8 Folder 26 The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen. March 4-20, 1948. Directed by David Itkin, Robert Hopkins as associate director, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 22 Folders 42-49 The Wild Duck – 8 photographs
Box 8 Folder 27 The Chief Thing by Nicholas Evreinov. April 8-25, 1948. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, sets designed by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray – Programs
Photo Box 22 Folders 50-57 The Chief Thing – 8 photographs
Box 8 Folder 28 The Enchanted April by Kane Campbell. May 6-22, 1948. Directed by Robert Hopkins, sets by Bill Ritman, costumes by Stanley Rames, Larry Gentile as technician – Programs
Photo Box 23 Folders 1-10 The Enchanted April – 10 photographs/negatives
Box 8 Folder 29 Three One-Act Plays: Brothers, by Lewis Beach and directed by Gene Yell; On the High Road, by Anton Chekhov and directed by Robin League; Autumn Fires, by Gustav Weid and directed by R. Schmitt – Programs
Box 8 Folder 30 Three One-Act Plays: Cloey, by Loretto Carroll Bailey and directed by E. Van Cleave; Quare Medicine, by Paul Green and directed by Marilynn Harper; Ile, by Eugene O'Neill and directed by Thomas Boyd. Sets by Jack Cornwell, lights by Larry Gentile – Programs
Box 8 Folder 31 My Heart's in the Highlands by William Saroyan. December 12, 1947. Directed by Rea Warg and Hank DiRoma, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Dave Ballou – Programs
Box 8 Folder 32 Three Cornered Moon by Gertrude Tonkonogy. March 12, 1948. Directed by Gene Yell, sets by C. Carleton Luce, costumes by Donald Crawford, lighting by Gatti-Casazza – Programs
Box 8 Folder 33 Time and the Conways by J.B. Priestley. April 6, 1948. Directed by Rea Warg, sets Stanley Ranes, costumes by Jack Hakman, ...with Harvey Korman – Program
Box 8 Folder 34 Outward Bound by Sutton Vane. April 13, 1948. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by William Moore, costumes by Catherine Luce – Program
Box 8 Folder 35 The Dover Road by A.A. Milne. April 23, 1948. Directed by Lloyd T. Bethune, sets by Bob Hebbard, costumes by Oliver Allyn – Program
Box 8 Folder 36 Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. May 25, 1948. Directed by Gene Yell (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by C. Carleton Luce, costumes by David Ballou, ...with Harvey Korman – Programs
Box 8 Folder 37 Liliom by Ferenc Molnar. June 4, 1948. Directed by L.T. Bethune (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by William Moore – Programs

1947-1948 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 8 Folder 38 The Return of Rip Van Winkle, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning from the story by Washington Irving. October 25-December 13, 1947. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Louise Dale Spoor as assistant director, sets by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, lighting by Ade-Rolfe Floreen, choreography by Frances Allis, ...with Harvey Korman – Program
Photo Box 23 Folders 11-17 The Return of Rip Van Winkle – 7 photographs
Box 8 Folder 39 The Three Bears, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 20, 1947-January 25, 1948. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Aristides Copulos as assistant director, sets by Blair von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, choreography by Frances Allis, ...with Harvey Korman – Program
Box 8 Folder 40 The Squire's Bride by Viola Van Zee and Charlotte Chorpenning. January31-March 21, 1948. Directed by Aristides Copulos, sets designed by Richard von Albrecht, costumes by Rita Dhu Wray, choreography by Frances Allis – Program
Photo Box 23 Folders 18-21 The Squire’s Bride – 4 photographs
Box 8 Folder 41 Flibbertygibbet, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning and Nora Tully. March 27-May 22, 1948. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Louise Dale Spoor as assistant director, sets by Shirley Seidel, costumes by David Ballou, choreography by Francis Allis – Programs
Photo Box 23 Folders 22-35 Flibbertygibbet – 14 photographs

1948-1949 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 8 Folder 42 Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring. October 7-24, 1948. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets designed by Bill Ritman, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari, ...with Harvey Korman – Program
Photo Box 23 Folders 36-40 Arsenic and Old Lace – 5 photographs
Box 8 Folder 43 The Father by August Strindberg. November 4-20, 1948. Directed by David Itkin, Mary Laura Collins as assistant director, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari – Programs
Box 8 Folder 44 Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw. December 2-19, 1948. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, sets by Norman Grant, costumes by Elizabeth Birbari, ...with Harvey Korman – Programs
Photo Box 23 Folders 41-46 Major Barbara – 6 photographs/negatives
Box 8 Folder 45 The Circle by W. Somerset Maugham. January 6-22, 1949. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Stanley Rames, costumes by Jack Cornwell – Programs
Photo Box 23 Folders 47-60 The Circle – 14 photographs
Box 8 Folder 46 Henry IV, Part I by William Shakespeare. February 10-March 4, 1949. Directed by David Itkin, William H. Bielfeldt as assistant director, sets designed by Bill Ritman, costumes by David Ballou, ...with Harvey Korman – Programs
Photo Box 23 Folders 61-70 Henry IV, Part I – 10 photographs
Box 8 Folder 47 A Sound of Hunting by Harry Brown. March 10-26, 1949. Directed by David Itkin, costumes and sets by Jack Cornwell, ...with Harvey Korman – Program
Photo Box 23 Folders 71-75 A Sound of Hunting – 5 photographs
Box 8 Folder 48 George and Margaret by Gerald Savory. April 7-24, 1949. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Paul Haney, costumes by Bill Ritman – Programs
Photo Box 23 Folders 76-85 George and Margaret – 10 photographs
Box 8 Folder 49 The Return to Earth by Miguel Lira. May 5-22, 1949. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, sets designed by Floyd Allan, costumes by David Ballou, choreography by Frances Allis, folk song direction by Louise Dale Spoor, lighting by Ade-Rolfe Floreen – Program
Photo Box 24 Folders 1-15 The Return to Earth – 15 photographs
Box 8 Folder 50 Yes, My Darling Daughter by Mark Reed. October 30, 1948. Directed by Margaret Cameron Davies, sets by Stanley Rames, costumes by Jack Hakman – Program
Box 8 Folder 51 Dear Brutus by James M. Barrie. January 28, 1949. Directed by Rea Warg, sets by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Irene Harris – Programs
Box 8 Folder 52 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. February 25, 1949. Directed by E. Alyn Warren, sets by Paul Haney, costumes by Adah Sorensen – Program
Box 8 Folder 53 All My Sons by Arthur Miller. March 8, 1949. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by William Moore, costumes by William Fosser – Program
Box 8 Folder 54 The Linden Tree by J.B. Priestley. March 18, 1949. Directed by Judith Jeffrey, sets by Bob Hebbard, costumes by Bert Bliss – Program
Box 8 Folder 55 The Silver Cord by Sidney Howard. [1948-1949]. Directed by Margaret Davies Carner, sets designed by Dave Ballou, costumes by Irene Harris – Program
Box 8 Folder 56 Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello. April 5, 1949. Directed by James Zernecke, sets by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Robert Hebbard – Program
Box 8 Folder 57 Hay Fever by Noel Coward. April 14, 1949. Directed by Rea Warg, costumes by Bert Bliss – Program
Box 8 Folder 58 Petticoat Fever by Mark Reed. April 23, 1949. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by William Casazza, costumes by William Banka – Program
Box 8 Folder 59 Four One-Act Plays: Quare Medicine, by Paul Green and directed by Terrell O. Everett; The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, by George Bernard Shaw and The Rehearsal, by Christopher Morley, directed by Betty Churchill; and The Flattering Word, by George Kelly and directed by Monroe Werthman. Sets designed by Stanley Rames, costumes by William Noffke – Program
Box 8 Folder 60 Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. May 13, 1949. Directed by James Zernecke, sets and lights by Walt Steinbrenner, costumes by Delbert Bliss – Program
Box 8 Folder 61 John Ferguson by St. John Ervine. May 20, 1949. Directed by Judith Jeffrey, sets and lights by William Monroe, costumes by Roberta West – Programs
Box 8 Folder 62 The Corn is Green by Emlyn Williams. May 27, 1949. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by William Fosser – Program
Box 8 Folder 63 Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw. June 7, 1949. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Robert Hebbard, costumes by Bert Bliss – Programs
Box 8 Folder 64 Alice in Wonderland, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 16, 1948-January 8, 1949. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Louise Dale Spoor as associate director, Thomas Jackson as technician, sets by Norman Grant, masks and costumes by Rita Dhu Ray – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 16-18 Alice in Wonderland – 3 photographs
Box 8 Folder 65 Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates, by Mary Mapes Dodge and dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. January 15-March 13, 1949. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by William Ritman, costumes by William Moore – Program
Photo Box 24 Folders 19-22 Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates – 4 photographs
Box 8 Folder 66 The Elves and the Shoemaker, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning and Nora Tully. March 19-June 5, 1949. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Floyd Allan, costumes by Stanley Rames, Heckla's dance arranged by Frances Allis – Program
Photo Box 24 Folders 23-30 The Elves and the Shoemaker – 8 photographs

1949-1950 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 9 Folder 1 Memorandum regarding permanent reservations
Box 9 Folder 2 First Lady by Katherine Dayton and George S. Kaufman. September 29-October 16, 1949. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets designed by Paul Haney, costumes by Ballou, ...with Harvey Korman – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 31-40 First Lady – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 9 Folder 3 Joan of Lorraine by Maxwell Anderson. November 3-20, 1949. Directed by David B. Itkin, Betty Churchill as assistant director, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by William Moore, ...with Harvey Korman – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 41-48 Joan of Lorraine – 8 photographs/negatives
Box 9 Folder 4 Candida by George Bernard Shaw. December 1-28, 1949. Directed by David Itkin, Terrell Everett as assistant director, sets designed by Floyd Allan, costumes by Ballou, oil paintings executed by James Coil – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 49-58 Candida – 10 photographs
Box 9 Folder 5 Dark of the Moon by Howard Richardson and William Berney. January 5-22, 1950. Directed by William Stigall, sets and lights by Paul Haney, costumes by Ballou, choreography by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 59-62 Dark of the Moon – 4 photographs
Box 9 Folder 6 Hamlet by William Shakespeare. February 9-March 3, 1950. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, sets designed by Floyd Allan, costumes by Ballou, lighting by Ade-Rolfe Floreen,...with Harvey Korman – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 63-74 Hamlet – 12 photographs/negatives
Box 9 Folder 7 Goodbye Again by Allan Scott and George Haight. March 9-26, 1950. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, W.R. Martini as associate director, sets by William Moore, costumes by Paul Haney – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 75-80 Goodbye Again – 6 photographs
Box 9 Folder 8 All My Sons by Arthur Miller. April 13-30, 1950. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Ballou, ...with Harvey Korman – Programs
Photo Box 24 Folders 81-89 All My Sons – 9 photographs
Box 9 Folder 9 Jason by Samson Rafaelson. May 11-28, 1950. Directed by David Itkin, Jeanne Jerrems as assistant director, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Ballou, ...with Harvey Korman – Program
Photo Box 24 Folders 90-96 Jason – 7 photographs

1949-1950 Season, Studio

Box 9 Folder 10 Three Irish One-Act Plays: In the Shadow of the Glen, by J.M. Synge and directed by Fred Finkl; The Pot of Broth, by W.B. Yeats and directed by Walter Beakel; Spreading the Word, by Lady Gregory and directed by Josef Hunley. October 18, 1949. Sets by William Moore, costumes by C.J. Bailey – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 1-3 Three Irish One-Act Plays – 3 photographs
Box 9 Folder 11 The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry. October 25, 1949. Directed by Mary Laura Collins, sets by Robert Hebbard, costumes by George Fuller – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folder 4 The Philadelphia Story – 1 photograph
Box 9 Folder 12 An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley. November 2, 1949. Directed by Judith Jeffrey, sets designed by Adah Sorensen, costumes by George Fuller – Programs
Box 9 Folder 13 Three One-Act Plays by Eugene O'Neill: In the Zone, directed by M.J. Rotter; The Long Voyage Home, directed by Paul S. Haney; The Moon of the Caribbees, directed by Maxwell Kelly. November 12, 1949. Sets by C.J. Bailey, costumes by Robert Hebbard – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 5-6 Three One-Act Plays – 2 photographs
Box 9 Folder 14 The Master Builder by Henrik Ibsen. November 22, 1949. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 7-8 The Master Builder – 2 photographs
Box 9 Folder 15 The Distaff Side by John Van Druten. December 3, 1949. Directed by Betty Churchill, sets designed by Paul Haney, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folder 9-10 The Distaff Side – 2 photographs
Box 9 Folder 16 Tartuffe, or The Imposter, by Moliere. December 13, 1949. Directed by Margor Dayan Bernson, sets by Robert Hebbard – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 11-22 Tartuffe or The Imposter – 12 photographs
Box 9 Folder 17 Ladies in Retirement by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham. January 19, 1950. Directed by Terrell Everett, sets by William Moore, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Box 9 Folder 18 The Male Animal by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. January 31, 1950. Directed by Monroe Werthman, sets by James Maronek – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 23-27 The Male Animal – 5 photographs
Box 9 Folder 19 Three One-Act Plays by George Bernard Shaw: Augustus Does His Bit, directed by Walter Beakel; The Shewing Up of Blanco Posnet, directed by Betty Churchill; O'Flaherty V.C., directed by Fred Finkl. February 8, 1950. Sets by Robert Hebbard – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 28-34 Three One-Act Plays – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 20 Three One-Acts: The Happy Journey, by Thornton Wilder and directed by Ruth Shectman; Hello Out There by William Saroyan and directed by William H. Bielfeldt; The Boor, by Anton Tchekoff and directed by James Ritter. February 18, 1950. Sets and lights by Paul Haney, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 35-39 Three One-Act Plays – 5 photographs
Box 9 Folder 21 Another Part of the Forest by Lillian Hellman. February 28, 1950. Directed by Henry Biedinger (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by C.J. Bailey, costumes by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folder 40 Another Part of the Forest – 1 photograph
Box 9 Folder 22 Home is Tomorrow by J.B. Priestley. March 11, 1950. Directed by William Stigall, sets by Joseph Holcombe, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 41-46 Home is Tomorrow – 6 photographs
Box 9 Folder 23 Hotel Universe by Philip Barry. March 25, 1950. Directed by Monroe Werthman (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Robert Hebbard, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 25 Folders 47-51 Hotel Universe – 5 photographs
Box 9 Folder 24 The Old Ladies by Rodney Ackland. March 31, 1950. Directed by William Bielfeldt (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by C.J. Bailey, costumes by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 1-3 The Old Ladies – 3 photographs
Box 9 Folder 25 Rocket to the Moon by Clifford Odets. April 15, 1950. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Bob Hebbard – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 4-9 Rocket to the Moon – 6 photographs
Box 9 Folder 26 The Torch-Bearers by George Kelly. April 26, 1950. Directed by William Bielfeldt, sets by Ann Keeley, costumes by James Maronek – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 10-12 The Torch-Bearers – 3 photographs
Box 9 Folder 27 Antigone by Jean Anouilh. May 4, 1950. Directed by Joy Coghill (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and costumes by designed by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 13-21 Antigone – 9 photographs
Box 9 Folder 28 The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman. May 16, 1950. Directed by Mary Laura Collins (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Box 9 Folder 29 Shadow and Substance by Paul Vincent Carroll. May 25, 1950. Directed by Betty Churchill (as an M.F.A requirement), sets by William Moore, costumes by C.J. Bailey – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 22-28 Shadow and Substance – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 30 Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. June 2, 1950. Directed by Terrell Everett (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets, lights and costumes by Jack Cornwell – Programs
Box 9 Folder 31 Six Characters in Search of an Author by Luigi Pirandello. June 7, 1950. Directed by Bella Itkin, costumes by Adah Sorensen, sets and lights by William Moore – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 29-34 Six Characters in Search of an Author – 6 photographs

1949-1950 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 9 Folder 32 Marco Polo and the Drum of Ahmad, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 22-December 18, 1949. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Louise Dale Spoor as associate director, sets by Floyd Allan, costumes by Ballou, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 35-42 Marco Polo and the Drum of Ahmad – 8 photographs
Box 9 Folder 33 The Indian Captive by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 22, 1949-January 29, 1950. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets designed by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by C.J. Bailey, dance movement by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 43-52 The Indian Captive – 10 photographs
Box 9 Folder 34 King Midas and the Golden Touch, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. February 4-March 26, 1950. Directed by Joy Coghill, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Adah Sorensen, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Box 9 Folder 35 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. April 1-May 28, 1950. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Joy Coghill as assistant director, sets designed by Floyd Allan, costumes by Ballou, choreography by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 26 Folders 53-57 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – 5 photographs

1950-1951 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 9 Folder 36 General promotional material
Box 9 Folder 37 The Voice of the Turtle by John Van Druten. September 28-October 15, 1950. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 27 Folders 1-9 The Voice of the Turtle – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 9 Folder 38 The Moon Besieged by Seyril Schochen. November 2-18, 1950. Directed by David Itkin, Vernon Schwartz as assistant director, sets designed by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 27 Folders 10-34 The Moon Besieged – 25 photographs
Photo Box 28 Folders 1-43 The Moon Besieged, rehearsal – 43 photographs
Box 9 Folder 39 Dear Brutus by Sir James Barrie. November 30-December 16, 1950. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, sets designed by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 28 Folders 44-59 Dear Brutus – 16 photographs
Box 9 Folder 40 Street Scene by Elmer Rice. January 4-20, 1951. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 29 Folders 1-13 Street Scene – 13 photographs
Box 9 Folder 41 Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. February 8-March 2, 1951. Directed by David Itkin, Phil Lawrence as assistant director, sets and costumes designed by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 29 Folders 14-23 Twelfth Night – 10 photographs/negatives
Box 9 Folder 42 The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca. March 8-24, 1951. Directed by David Itkin, Ruth Schechtman as assistant director, sets by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 29 Folders 24-33 The House of Bernarda Alba – 10 photographs
Box 9 Folder 43 Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. April 12-29, 1951. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Adah Sorensen, Bill Winters as technician – Programs
Box 9 Folder 44 Goodbye, My Fancy by Fay Kanin. May 10-27, 1951. Directed by William Stigall, sets designed by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti, Joseph Lantzy as technician – Programs
Photo Box 29 Folders 34-44 Goodbye, My Fancy – 11 photographs

1950-1951 Season, Studio

Box 9 Folder 45 Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. November 4, 1950. Directed by William Robertson, costumes by Adah Sorensen, sets by C.J. Bailey – Programs
Photo Box 29 Folders 51-57 Blithe Spirit – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 46 Golden Boy by Clifford Odets. November 18, 1950. Directed by William Stigall, sets and lights by Walter Steinbrenner, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 1-7 Golden Boy – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 47 Three One-Acts: The Talkative Barber, by Ludwig Holberg and directed by M.F. Robel; Parade at Devil's Bridge, by Henri Gheon and directed by Lee Richard; Aria Da Capo, by Edna St. Vincent Millay and directed by Jeanne Jerrems. December 2, 1950. Sets by John Holabird, costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 8-15 Three One-Acts – 8 photographs
Box 9 Folder 48 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. December 8, 1950. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets and lights by James Maronek, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 16-21 Our Town – 6 photographs
Box 9 Folder 49 Thunder Rock by Robert Ardrey. April 5, 1951. Directed by William Robertson (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by Joseph Lantzy, costumes by Jack Bates – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 22-29 Thunder Rock – 8 photographs
Box 9 Folder 50 Biography by S.N. Behrman. February 1, 1951. Directed by Walter Beakel, sets and costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 30-36 Biography – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 51 I Have Been Here Before by J.B. Priestley. February 13, 1951. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets and lights designed by Walter Steinbrenner, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 37-38 I Have Been Here Before – 2 photographs
Box 9 Folder 52 The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice. February 28, 1951. Directed by Burt Liebert (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Adah Sorensen, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti, lights by Joseph Lantzy – Programs
Box 9 Folder 53 Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. March 10, 1951. Directed by H. James Ritter, sets and lights by Ann Keeley, costumes by James Maronek – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 37-38 Of Mice and Men – 8 photographs
Box 9 Folder 54 Venus Observed by Christopher Fry. March 21, 1951. Directed by William Stigall, sets and lights by Jack Bates, costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 30 Folders 47-53 Venus Observed – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 55 Oedipus, King of Thebes by Sophocles, translated by Gilbert Murray. April 17, 1951. Directed by Walter Beakel (as an M.A. requirement), sets and lights by Bill Winters, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti, music by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 1-7 Oedipus, King of Thebes – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 56 Watch on the Rhine by Lillian Hellman. April 28, 1951. Directed by Ruth Schectman (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Jack Brown – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 8-11 Watch on the Rhine – 4 photographs
Box 9 Folder 57 Rain by John Colton and Clemence Randolph. May 9, 1951. Directed by Vernon Schwartz (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Joseph Holcombe, lights by James Maronek, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 12 Rain – 1 photograph
Box 9 Folder 58 The Infernal Machine by Jean Cocteau. Directed by Philip Lawrence (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lighting by Ballou, costumes by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 13-17 The Infernal Machine – 5 photographs
Box 9 Folder 59 Desire Under the Elms by Eugene O'Neill. May 23, 1951. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets and lights designed by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Marge Liebert – Programs
Box 9 Folder 60 Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. May 29, 1951. Directed by Millard Mack (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Ann Keeley, costumes by Adah Sorensen, lighting by David Zierk – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 18-20 Rebecca – 3 photographs
Box 9 Folder 61 He Who Gets Slapped by Leonid Andreyev. June 4, 1951. Directed by Maxwell Kelly (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Joseph Holcombe, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 21-22 He Who Gets Slapped – 2 photographs

1950-1951 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 9 Folder 62 General promotional material
Box 9 Folder 63 Jack and the Beanstalk, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 21-December 17, 1950. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Ballou, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 23-33 Jack and the Beanstalk – 11 photographs/negatives
Box 9 Folder 64 Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Dafoe, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 23, 1950-January 28, 1951. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Walter Steinbrenner, costumes by Adah Sorensen – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 34-40 Robinson Crusoe – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 9 Folder 65 Abe Lincoln: New Salem Days, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. February 3-March 24, 1951. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Lee Richard as assistant director, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 1-7 Abe Lincoln: New Salem Days – 7 photographs
Box 9 Folder 66 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Jessie Graham White. March 31-May 27, 1951. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets and lights by Walter Steinbrenner, costumes by Ballou, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 31 Folders 41-52 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – 12 photographs

1950-1951 Season, Special Events

Box 9 Folder 67 L'Histoire du Soldat by Igor Stravinsky and Le Jeu de la Nativite by Alexander Tcherepnin. December 17, 1950-January 21, 1951. Conductor: Paul Stassevitch – Programs

1951-1952 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 10 Folder 1 Hay Fever by Noel Coward, October 4-21, 1951. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets designed by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 8-17 Hay Fever – 10 photographs
Box 10 Folder 2 The Corn is Green by Emlyn Williams. November 8-25, 1951. Directed by David Itkin, Barbara Keyes as assistant director, sets by Mary Lou Williams Denton, costumes by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 18-28 The Corn is Green – 11 photographs
Box 10 Folder 3 The Master Builder by Henrik Ibsen. December 6-22, 1951. Sets by David Itkin, Ward Ohrman as assistant director, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Leonor Travis, lighting by David Zierk – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 29-37 The Master Builder – 9 photographs
Box 10 Folder 4 Two Blind Mice by Samuel Spewak. January 10-27, 1952. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 38-43 Two Blind Mice – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 5 Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. February 7-24, 1952. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Ballou, choreography by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 44-57 Romeo and Juliet – 14 photographs
Box 10 Folder 6 You Never Can Tell by George Bernard Shaw. March 6-23, 1952. Directed by David Itkin, James Paul as assistant director, sets and lights by Walter Steinbrenner – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 58-62 You Never Can Tell – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 7 Electra by Euripides. April 10-27, 1952. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Bella Itkin as associate director, Louise Dale Spoor as associate director for chorus, choreography by Frances Allis, production designed by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 32 Folders 63-67 Electra – 5 photographs/negatives
Box 10 Folder 8 Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin. May 8-25, 1952. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 1-3 Born Yesterday – 3 photographs/negatives

1951-1952 Season, Studio

Box 10 Folder 9 The Father by August Strindberg. October 26, 1951. Directed by Jassim M. Al-Oboudi, sets and lights by Walter Steinbrenner, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 4-7 The Father – 4 photographs
Box 10 Folder 10 When We Are Married by J.B. Priestley. November 6, 1951. Directed by Norman Shucart, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 8-13 When We Are Married – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 11 Craig's Wife by George Kelly. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Joseph Holcombe, costumes by Jack Bates – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 14-18 Craig’s Wife – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 12 A Bill of One-Acts: A Phoenix Too Frequent, by Christopher Fry and directed by Barbara Keyes; and Ten Blocks on the Camino Real, by Tennessee Williams and directed by Joseph Slowik. Sets and lights by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 19-22 A Bill of One-Acts – 4 photographs
Box 10 Folder 13 Three One-Acts by Anton Chekhov: Swan-Song, directed by Martin Kosofsky; The Proposal, directed by Julie Fitzgerald; and The Boor directed by Shauneille Perry. Sets and lights designed by Walter Steinbrenner, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 23-33 Three One-Acts – 11 photographs
Box 10 Folder 14 Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen. February 5, 1952. Directed by Westley Johnson, sets and lights by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 34-36 Ghosts – 3 photographs
Box 10 Folder 15 Phaedra by Jean Racine. February 21, 1952. Directed by Jassim Al-Oboudi (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights designed by James Maronek, costumes by Barta Hapgood – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 37-40 Phaedra – 4 photographs
Box 10 Folder 16 Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. March 8, 1952. Directed by Shauneille Perry (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Paul Winston – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 41-48 Death of a Salesman – 8 photographs/negatives
Box 10 Folder 17 The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman. March 31, 1952. Directed by Martin Kosofsky, sets and lights by Jack Bates, costumes by Joseph Holcombe – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 49-51 The Little Foxes – 3 photographs
Box 10 Folder 18 The Lower Depths by Maxim Gorki. April 15, 1952. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets and lights by Charles Muth, costumes by Gerald Ritholz – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 52-54 The Lower Depths – 3 photographs
Box 10 Folder 19 Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. May 3, 1952. Directed by James Paul (as an M.F.A. requirement), costumes by Joseph Holcombe, sets by James Maronek – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 55-61 Hedda Gabler – 7 photographs
Box 10 Folder 20 Murder in the Cathedral by T.S. Eliot. May 13, 1952. Directed by Barbara Keyes, sets by Ann Kelley, costumes by Jack Bates – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 62-64 Murder in the Cathedral – 3 photographs
Box 10 Folder 21 The Innocents by William Archibald. May 20, 1952. Directed by Norman Shucart (as an M.F.A. requirement, sets by Barta Hapgood, costumes by Paul Winston – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 65-67 The Innocents – 3 photographs
Box 10 Folder 22 The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. May 27, 1952. Directed by Fred Finkl, costumes by Barta Hapgood, sets and lights by Jack Bates – Programs
Box 10 Folder 23 Deep are the Roots by Arnaud d'Usseau and Earl James Gow. June 3, 1952. Directed by Donald Peggins, sets by William Lauterbach, costumes by Charles Muth – Programs
Photo Box 33 Folders 68-69 Deep are the Roots – 2 photographs

1951-1952 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 10 Folder 24 Rama and the Tigers, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 27-November 22, 1951. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Ballou – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 1-5 Rama and the Tigers – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 25 Hansel and Gretel, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 27, 1951-February 24, 1952. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Martin Kosofsky as assistant director, sets designed by Joseph Holcombe, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 6-10 Hansel and Gretel – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 26 Lincoln's Secret Messenger by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 1-March 23, 1952. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Danny Witt as assistant director, sets by Joseph Holcombe, costumes by Ann Keeley – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 11-17 Lincoln’s Secret Messenger – 7 photographs
Box 10 Folder 27 Puss in Boots by Rowena Bennett. March 29-May 25, 1952. Directed by Charlotte Chorpenning, Edward Udovich as assistant director, sets and lights by James Maronek, costumes by Ann Keeley, David Zierk as technical director – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 18-23 Puss in Boots – 6 photographs

1952-1953 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 10 Folder 28 The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. October 3-19, 1952. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Mary Louise Denton, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders24-32 The Royal Family – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 10 Folder 29 Mary of Scotland by Maxwell Anderson. November 7-23, 1952. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Theoni Sousa Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 33-42 Mary of Scotland – 10 photographs/negatives
Box 10 Folder 30 When We Are Married by J.B. Preistley. December 5-20, 1952. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 43-48 When We Are Married – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 31 Desire Under the Elms by Eugene O'Neill. January 9-25, 1953. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Gerald Ritholz, choreography by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 49-59 Desire Under the Elms – 11 photographs
Box 10 Folder 32 Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare. February 13-28, 1953. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Leonor Travis, choreography by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 60-68 Merry Wives of Windsor – 9 photographs
Box 10 Folder 33 Bell, Book and Candle by John Van Druten. March 13-29, 1953. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 69-76 Bell, Book and Candle – 8 photographs
Box 10 Folder 34 Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca. April 17-May 2, 1953. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti, choreography by Frances Allis, folk music by Louise Dale Spoor – Programs
Photo Box 34 Folders 77-81 Blood Wedding – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 35 The Second Man by S.N. Berman. May 8-24, 1953. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Charles Muth, costumes by Mr. Clare – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 1-6 The Second Man – 6 photographs

1952-1953 Season, Studio

Box 10 Folder 36 Nine Till Six by Aimee and Philip Stuart. October 30, 1952. Directed by Vernon Schwartz, sets by Barta Hapgood, costumes by Charles Ritholz – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 7-11 Nine Till Six – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 37 All My Sons by Arthur Miller. November 15, 1952. Directed by Jassim M. Al-Oboudi, sets by William Earl Lautenbach, costumes by Mr. Clare – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 12-17 All My Sons – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 38 East Lynne, from the novel by Mrs. Henry Wood. December 10, 1952. Directed by Joy Coghill, sets by lights by Barta Hapgood, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 18-22 East Lynne – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 39 Tomorrow the World by James Gow and Arnaud d'Usseau. January 31, 1953. Directed by William Shankweiler (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by Didi Jacobs, costumes by Clare – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 23-28 Tomorrow the World – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 40 Liliom by Ferenc Molnar, English text by Benjamin Glazer. February 12, 1953. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Alice Harmer Martini, lighting by Frank Nattrass, costumes by William Earl Lautenbach – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 29-34 Liliom – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 41 Mr. Gillie by James Bridie. March 12, 1953. Directed by Robert Quinn, sets and lights by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Didi Jacobs – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 35-40 Mr. Gillie – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 42 Candle-Light by Siegfried Geyer. March 31, 1953. Directed by Ward Ohrman (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by William Earl Lautenbach, costumes by John Peters – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 41-48 Candle-Light – 8 photographs
Box 10 Folder 43 The Miser by Moliere. April 14, 1953. Directed by Jassim Al-Oboudi, sets and lights designed by Charles Muth, costumes by Mr. Clare – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 49-56 The Miser – 8 photographs
Box 10 Folder 44 Letters to Lucerne by Fritz Rotter and Allen Vincent. April 28, 1953. Directed by Jack Hollander (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Didi Jacobs, costumes by Barta Hapgood – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 57-68 Letters to Lucerne – 12 photographs
Box 10 Folder 45 The Circle by W. Somerset Maugham. May 19, 1953. Directed by J. Barton Hill (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by John Peters, costumes by Molly Kunning – Programs
Photo Box 35 Folders 69-74 The Circle – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 46 The Misanthrope by Moliere. May 26, 1953. Directed by Jeanne Jerrems (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Barta Hapgood – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 1-5 The Misanthrope – 5 photographs
Box 10 Folder 47 The Shining Hour by Keith Winter. June 2, 1953. Directed by Robert Quinn (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Francis Schriber, costumes by William Earl Lautenbach – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 6-11 The Shining Hour – 6 photographs
Box 10 Folder 48 Three One-Acts by Noel Coward: Still Life (sets by Bella Edindin, costumes by Francis Schriber) and Fumed Oak (sets and costumes by Barta Hapgood), directed by Vernon Schwartz; and Red Peppers (sets and costumes by Gerald Ritholz), directed by Joy Coghill – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 12-14 Three One-Acts – 3 photographs

1952-1953 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 10 Folder 49 Rumpelstiltskin, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 25-December 20, 1952. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets designed by Alice Harmer Martini, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 15-28 Rumpelstiltskin – 14 photographs
Box 10 Folder 50 Greensleeves' Magic by Marian Johnson. December 23, 1952-January 25, 1953. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Charles Muth, costumes by Leonor Travis, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 29-31 Greensleeves’ Magic – 3 photographs
Box 10 Folder 51 Huckleberry Finn by Samuel Clemens, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. January 31-March 29, 1953. Directed by Joy Coghill, sets by Barta Hapgood, costumes by Charles Muth – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 32-41 Huckleberry Finn – 10 photographs
Box 10 Folder 52 The Emperor's New Clothes, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. April 4-May 24, 1953. Directed by Joy Coghill, sets designed by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Barta Hapgood, Sheldon Janacek as technical director, Emperor's Dance by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 42-49 The Emperor’s New Clothes – 8 photographs

1953-1954 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 11 Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 11 Folder 2 John Loves Mary by Norman Krasna. October 2-17, 1953. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 50-55 John Loves Mary – 6 photographs
Box 11 Folder 3 Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. November 6-21, 1953. Directed by David Itkin, Herman Fell as assistant director, sets, costumes and lights by Gerald Ritholz – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 56-63 Death of a Salesman – 8 photographs
Box 11 Folder 4 The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry. December 4-19, 1953. Directed by W.R. Martini, Richard Woosley as assistant director, sets by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 64-68 The Philadelphia Story – 5 photographs
Box 11 Folder 5 Anna Christie by Eugene O'Neill. January 8-23, 1954. Directed by David Itkin, Sidney Kraus as assistant director, sets by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Charles Muth – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 69-77 Anna Christie – 9 photographs
Box 11 Folder 6 Richard III by Williams Shakespeare. February 12-28, 1954. Directed by David Itkin, Sidney Kraus as assistant director, sets by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 78-83 Richard III – 6 photographs
Box 11 Folder 7 The Lady's Not for Burning by Christopher Fry. April 16, May 1, 1954. Directed by David Itkin, Louise Dale Spoor as associate director, sets by Charles Muth, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 84-88 The Lady’s Not for Burning – 5 photographs
Box 11 Folder 8 Our American Cousin by Tom Taylor. Directed by Bella Itkin, H. Fell as assistant director, sets designed by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs (oversize)
Photo Box 36 Folders 89-90 Our American Cousin – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 9 Harvey by Mary Chase. May 14-29, 1954. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Molly Kunning – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 91-97 Harvey – 7 photographs

1953-1954 Season, Studio

Box 11 Folder 10 Ladies in Waiting by Cyril Campion. November 3, 1953. Directed by William Shankweiler, sets and lights by Didi Jacobs, costumes by John Peters – Programs
Box 11 Folder 11 The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca. December 9, 1953. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Elizabeth Copwell as assistant director, sets and lights by Charles Muth, costumes by Clarence Wilson – Programs
Photo Box 36 Folders 98-102 The House of Bernarda Alba – 5 photographs
Box 11 Folder 12 The Farmer's Wife by Eden Philpotts. March 9, 1954. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets and lights by William Earl Lautenbach, costumes by Oliver Allyn – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 1-3 The Farmer’s Wife – 3 photographs
Box 11 Folder 13 Cry Havoc by Allan R. Kenward. March 16, 1954. Directed by Elsie Kupka, sets by Bill Hargate, costumes by Jeannette Coffman – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 4-7 Cry Havoc – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 14 Medea by Robinson Jeffers. April 13, 1954. Directed by Sidney Kraus (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 8-9 Medea – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 15 A Bill of Divorcement by Clemence Dane. May 12, 1954. Directed by Elizabeth Capwell (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lighting by Didi Jacobs, costumes by Williams E. Lautenbach – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folder 10 A Bill of Divorcement – 1 photograph
Box 11 Folder 16 Shadow and Substance by Paul Vincent Carroll. May 26, 1954. Directed by Richard Woosley, sets and lights by James Boyce, costumes by John Peters – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 11-12 Shadow and Substance – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 17 The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. June 2, 1954. Directed by Elsie Kupka (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by William Lautenbach, costumes by Charles Muth – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 13-14 The Importance of Being Earnest – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 18 The Good Hope by Herman Heijermans. June 8, 1954. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designed by Jeannette Coffman, costumes by Bill Hargate – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 15-19 The Whiteheaded Boy by Lennox Robinson. [1953-1954?] – 5 photographs
Photo Box 37 Folders 20-25 The Cradle Song by G. Martinez Sierra. [1953-1954?] – 6 photographs
Photo Box 37 Folders 26-27 Awake and Sing by Clifford Odets. [1953/1954?] – 2 photographs

1953-1954 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 11 Folder 19 Cinderella, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 24-December 19, 1954. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, dances arranged by Frances Allis, sets by Charles Muth, costumes by Theoni Sousa A. Vachlioti – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 28-36 Cinderella – 9 photographs
Box 11 Folder 20 Flibbertygibbet by Charlotte Chorpenning and Nora Tully MacAlvay. December 23, 1953-January 31, 1954. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Leonor Travis, dances by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 37-44 Flibbertygibbet – 8 photographs
Box 11 Folder 21 Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater by Martha B. King. February 6-March 14, 1954. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, Florence Mishkin as assistant director, sets by John Peters, costumes by William Earl Lautenbach – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 45-54 Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater – 10 photographs
Box 11 Folder 22 Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 20, 1954-May 23, 1954. Directed by W.R. Martini, Westley Johnson as assistant director, sets by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Molly Kunning, Don Owen as technical director – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 55-60 Rip Van Winkle – 6 photographs

1954-1955 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 11 Folder 23 Yes, My Darling Daughter by Mark Reed. October 1-17, 1954. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 61-63 Yes My Darling Daughter – 3 photographs
Box 11 Folder 24 Thunder Rock by Robert Ardrey. November 5-21, 1954. Directed by David Itkin, sets designed by Charles Muth, costumes by William Earl Lautenbach – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders64-67 Thunder Rock – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 25 Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello. December 3-19, 1954. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by John Peters, costumes by Jeannette Coffman – Programs
Photo Box 37 Folders 68-74 Fresh Fields – 7 photographs
Box 11 Folder 26 The Crucible by Arthur Miller. January 7-23, 1955. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folder 1 The Crucible – 1 photograph
Box 11 Folder 27 As You Like It by William Shakespeare. February 11-27, 1955. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Charles Muth, costumes by Leonor Travis, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 2-5 As You Like It – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 28 Right You Are! by Luigi Pirandello. March 11-28, 1955. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 6-11 Right You Are! – 6 photographs
Box 11 Folder 29 Mourning Becomes Electra: The Hunted by Eugene O'Neill. April 15-May 1, 1955. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 12-19 Mourning Becomes Electra: The Hunted – 8 photographs
Box 11 Folder 30 Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde. May 13-29, 1955. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by Charles Muth, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 20-25 Lady Windermere’s Fan – 6 photographs

1954-1955 Season, Studio

Box 11 Folder 31 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. October 30, 1954. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, Barbara Haas as assistant director, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Box 11 Folder 32 Claudia by Rose Franken. November 23, 1954. Directed by Sidney Kraus, sets by James Boyce, costumes by Carol Davis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 26-27 Claudia – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 33 The Distaff Side by John Van Druten. December 7, 1954. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by Gerald Ritholz, costumes by Oliver Allyn – Programs
Box 11 Folder 34 The Late Christopher Bean by Sidney Howard. December 14, 1954. Directed by Meg Haege, sets by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Kiffi Wolcott – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 28-29 The Late Christopher Bean – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 35 Time and the Conways by J.B. Priestley. February 22, 1955. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Jim Boyce, costumes by John Peters – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 30-31 Time and the Conways – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 36 For Services Rendered by W. Somerset Maugham. March 8, 1955. Directed by Dorothy Konkowski (Evening School), costumes by Kiffi Wolcott, sets by John Peters – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 32-34 For Services Rendered – 3 photographs
Box 11 Folder 37 The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman. May 18, 1955. Directed by Meg Haege (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Jim Boyce, costumes by Oliver Allyn – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 35-37 The Little Foxes – 3 photographs
Box 11 Folder 38 The Show Off by George Kelly. May 24, 1955. Directed by Dorothy Konkowski, sets by Helen Rolnide, costumes by Sheldon Haber – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folder 38 The Show Off – 1 photograph
Box 11 Folder 39 Summer and Smoke by Tennessee Williams. June 1, 1955. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets and lights designed by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Carol Davis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 39-40 Summer and Smoke – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 40 The Male Animal by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. June 7, 1955. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designed by Kiffi Wolcott, lights by Jim Cavanaugh, costumes by Helen Rolnick – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 41-42 The Male Animal – 2 photographs
Photo Box 38 Folders 43-44 The Happy Breed. [1954-1955 season?] – 2 photographs

1954-1955 Season, Sub-Studio Production

Box 11 Folder 41 Love and How to Cure It, directed by Barbara Haas; The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden, directed by Gunderson; Long Xmas Dinner, directed by Ted Werner; and The Clod, directed by Roger Hamilton – Program

1954-1955 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 11 Folder 42 Heidi, dramatized by Lucille Miller from the book by Johanna Spyri. October 23-December 19, 1954. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets designed by Mary Lou Denton, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 45-50 Heidi – 6 photographs
Box 11 Folder 43 Beauty and the Beast, dramatized by Nora MacAlvay. December 23, 1954-February 13, 1955. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, dances arranged by Frances Allis, sets by William Earl Lautenbach, costumes by Charles Muth – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 51-55 Beauty and the Beast – 5 photographs
Box 11 Folder 44 The Magic Horn by Anne Nicholson and Charlotte Chorpenning. February 19-March 27, 1955. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 56-59 The Magic Horn – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 45 Tom Sawyer by Samuel Clemens, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. April 2-May 29, 1955. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by John Peters, costumes by Jim Boyce – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 60-66 Tom Sawyer – 7 photographs

1955-1956 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 11 Folder 46 Sabrina Fair by Samuel Taylor. September 30-October 16, 1955. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 67-73 Sabrina Fair – 7 photographs
Box 11 Folder 47 Too True to be Good by George Bernard Shaw. November 4-20, 1955. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets and lighting designed by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 74-77 Too True to be Good – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 48 The Rainmaker by N. Richard Nash. December 2-18, 1955. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Bill Ritman, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 78-83 The Rainmaker – 6 photographs
Box 11 Folder 49 Redemption by Leo Tolstoy. January 6-22, 1956. Directed by David and Bella Itkin, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 84-92 Redemption – 9 photographs
Box 11 Folder 50 My Three Angels by Sam and Bella Spewak. February 3-19, 1956. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by John Peters, costumes by Oliver Allyn – Programs
Photo Box 38 Folders 93-99 My Three Angels – 7 photographs
Box 11 Folder 51 King Lear by William Shakespeare. March 9-25, 1956. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets designed by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Theoni Vachlioti Aldredge, lighting by G.E. Naselius – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 1-5 King Lear – 5 photographs
Box 11 Folder 52 Ring Round the Moon by Jean Anouilh, translated by Christopher Fry. January 13-29, 1956. Directed by David Itkin, Don Gunderson as assistant director, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 6-10 Ring Round the Moon – 5 photographs
Box 11 Folder 53 Idiot's Delight by Herbert Sherwood. May 11-27, 1956. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Sheldon Haber, costumes by Stanley Kloth – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 11-18 Idiot’s Delight – 8 photographs

1955-1956 Season, Studio

Box 11 Folder 54 An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley. November 15, 1955. Directed by Dorothy Konkowski, sets and lights by Bill Hargate, costumes by Aden Rolnick – Programs
Box 11 Folder 55 The Velvet Glove by Rosemary Casey. November 29, 1955. Directed by Elizabeth Capwell, sets and lights by Sheldon Haber, costumes by Kiffi Wolcott – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 19-22 The Velvet Glove – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 56 The Time of the Cuckoo by Arthur Laurents. December 13, 1955. Directed by Patricia Washburn, sets by Jack Million, costumes by Kiffi Wolcott – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 23-24 The Time of the Cuckoo – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 57 A Bill of One-Acts: The Hungerers, by William Saroyan and directed by Dorothy Konkowski; Hello from Bertha, by Tennessee Williams and directed by Patricia Washburn; Queens of France, by Thornton Wilder and directed by Dorothy Konkowski; The Long Voyage Home, by Eugene O'Neill and directed by Joseph Slowik. January 31, 1956. Sets and lighting designed by Roger Hamilton, costumes by Stanley Kloth – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folder 25 The Hungerers – 1 photograph
Photo Box 39 Folder 26 Hello from Bertha – 1 photograph
Photo Box 39 Folders 27-29 Queens of France – 3 photographs
Box 11 Folder 58 Guest in the House by Hagar Wilde and Dale Eunson. February 7, 1956. Directed by Doug Winn, sets and lights by William Hargate, costumes by Sheldon Haber – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 30-31 Guest in the House – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 59 Antigone adapted by Lewis Galantiere from the play by Jean Anouilh. March 13, 1956. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets and lights by Oliver Allyn, costumes by Jim Boyce – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 32-35 Antigone – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 60 The Grass Harp by Truman Capote. March 20, 19456. Directed by Dorothy Konkowski, sets and lighting by Sheldon Haber, costumes by Leonard Boles – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 36-39 The Grass Harp – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 61 The Corn is Green by Emlyn Williams. April 4, 1956. Directed by Patricia Washburn (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by Jack Million, costumes by Moxey Powell – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folder 40 The Corn is Green – 1 photograph
Box 11 Folder 62 The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. April 21, 1956.Directed by Doug Winn (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by Robert Hamlin, costumes by Bill Hargate, lights by William Weingart – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 41-43 The Taming of the Shrew – 3 photographs
Box 11 Folder 63 Hotel Universe by Philip Barry. May 3, 1956. Directed by Elizabeth Capwell, sets by Aaron Whisk, costumes by Paul Leonard, lighting by Jim Cavanaugh – Programs
Box 11 Folder 64 The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Giraudoux, adapted by Maurice Valency. Directed by Bella Itkin, dances arranged by Frances Allis, sets by Jim Boyce, lights by Sheldon Haber, costumes by Kert Lundell – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 44-45 The Madwoman of Chaillot – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 65 John Ferguson by St. John Ervine. May 29, 1956. Directed by Barbara Haas (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by Leonard Boles, costumes by Robert Hamlin – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 46-47 John Ferguson – 2 photographs
Box 11 Folder 66 The Women Have Their Way by the Quintero Brothers. June 5, 1956. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by Kert Lundell, costumes by Jack Million – Programs

1955-1956 Season, Sub-Studio Productions

Box 11 Folder 67 The Lark by Jean Anouilh. Directed by Joseph Slowik – Program
Box 11 Folder 68 Letters to Lucerne by Fritz Rotter and Allen Vincent. June 1, 1956. Directed by Don Gunderson – Program
Box 11 Folder 69 The Prince and the Pauper, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning from the book by Mark Twain. October 22-December 18, 1955. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Kiffi Wolcott – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 48-54 The Prince and the Pauper – 7 photographs
Box 11 Folder 70 The Three Bears, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 23, 1955-February 19, 1956. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, dances arranged by Frances Allis, sets by John Peters, costumes by William Hargate – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folder 55 The Three Bears – 1 photograph
Box 11 Folder 71 The King of the Golden River by John Ruskin, dramatized by Margery Evernden. February 25-March 25, 1956. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Helen Rolnick – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 56-59 The King of the Golden River – 4 photographs
Box 11 Folder 72 Davy Crockett and His Coonskin Cap by Margery Evernden. March 31-May 27, 1956. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, dances arranged by Frances Allis, sets designed by Bill Hargate, costumes by Kiffi Wolcott – Programs
Photo Box 39 Folders 60-63 Davy Crockett and His Coonskin Cap – 4 photographs

1956-1957 Season, Art Institute Members Series

Box 12 Folder 1 Reclining Figure by Harry Kurnitz. September 29-October [?], 1956. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Royce, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 32-35 Reclining Figure – 4 photographs
Box 12 Folder 2 The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov, translated by Maurice Gnesin. November 2-18, 1956. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Theoni Aldredge – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 1-8 The Cherry Orchard – 8 photographs
Box 12 Folder 3 The Last Trump by James Bridie. November 30-December 16, 1956. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Bill Hargate, costumes by Leonor Travis – Scenic plan (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 12 Folder 4 The Last Trump – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 9-14 The Last Trump – 6 photographs
Box 12 Folder 5 Liliom by Ferenc Molnar. January 4-20, 1957. Directed by Maurice Gnesin, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Bill Hargate, lighting by G.E. Naselius – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folder 15 Liliom – 1 photograph
Box 12 Folder 6 Bustop by William Inge. February 8-24, 1957. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Jack Million, costumes by Sheldon Haber – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 16-19 Bustop – 4 photographs/negatives
Box 12 Folder 7 Another Part of the Forest by Lillian Hellman. March 8-24, 1957. Directed by W.R. Martini, sets by Sheldon Haber, costumes by Paul Leonard – Scenic plan/floor plan (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 12 Folder 8 Another Part of the Forest – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 20-21 Another Part of the Forest – 2 photographs
Box 12 Folder 9 Othello by William Shakespeare. April 12-27, 1957. Directed by David Itkin, sets by Jack Cornwell, costumes by Leonor Travis – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 22-26 Othello – 5 photographs
Box 12 Folder 10 The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. May 10-26, 1957. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Theoni Aldredge, music by Frank Roach – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 27-31 The Importance of Being Earnest – 5 photographs/negatives

1956-1957 Season, Studio

Box 12 Folder 11 Medea by Robinson Jeffers. December 10-12, 1956. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Paul Leonard, lights by Sheldon Haber, costumes by Robert Hamlin – Programs
Box 12 Folder 12 The Road to Rome by Robert E. Sherwood. February 11, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by G.C. Forest, lights by Francis White – Programs
Box 12 Folder 13 Mister Roberts by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan. December 13, 1956. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Roger Hamilton – Programs
Box 12 Folder 14 Detective Story by Sidney Kingsley. March 13, 1957. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets and lighting by John Braden, costumes by C. Murawski – Programs
Box 12 Folder 15 Kind Lady by Edward Chodorov. March 27, 1957. Directed by Doug Winn, sets and lights designed by Hubert Braden, costumes by Jack Million – Programs
Box 12 Folder 16 Tovarich by Jacques Deval. April 5, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Charles Applegate – Program
Box 12 Folder 17 Beyond the Horizon by Eugene O'Neill. April 16, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Hani Snobar – Program
Box 12 Folder 18 The Autumn Garden by Lillian Hellman. April 17, 1957. Directed by Elizabeth Capwell, sets and lights by Robert Hamlin, costumes by Bill Hargate – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 36-37 The Autumn Garden – 2 photographs
Box 12 Folder 19 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. April 24, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Richard Bailey – Program
Box 12 Folder 20 The Playboy of the Western World by John Synge. May 16, 1957. Directed by John Walker – Program
Box 12 Folder 21 The Trojan Women by Euripides, translated by Edith Hamilton. May 20, 1957. Directed by Don Gunderson (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by James Harrington, costumes by Bill Hargate – Scenic plan (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 12 Folder 22 The Trojan Women – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 38-39 The Trojan Women – 2 photographs
Box 12 Folder 23 The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners by Kristin Sergel, adapted from TV by Reginald Rose. May 21, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Hani Snobar – Programs
Box 12 Folder 24 The Ladies of the Corridor by Dorothy Parker and Arnaud d'Usseau. May 27, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Shauneille Perry – Programs
Box 12 Folder 25 They Knew What They Wanted by Sidney Howard. May 27, 1957. Directed by Jeanne Hubbard (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets and lights by C. Murawski, costumes by Dina Harris – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 40-42 They Knew What They Wanted – 3 photographs
Box 12 Folder 26 The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. June 3, 1957. Directed by Joseph Slowik, lighting by Kert Lundell, costumes by John Braden – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 40-42 They Knew What They Wanted – 3 photographs
Box 12 Folder 27 Hat Full of Rain by Michael Gazzo. June 4, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Roger Hamilton – Programs
Box 12 Folder 28 A Bill of Three One-Acts: The Kingdom of God, by G. Martinez Sierra and directed by Shauneille Perry; The Long Goodbye, by Tennessee Williams and directed by Elizabeth Capwell; Family Album, by Noel Coward and directed by Don Gunderson. Sets and lights by Bill Loomer, costumes by Aaron Yusko – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 47-50 Three One-Acts – 4 photographs
Box 12 Folder 29 Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. February 4, 1957. Directed by Douglas Winn, sets designed by Maxey Powell, lights by William Weingart, costumes by Marsha Farley – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 51-53 Blithe Spirit – 3 photographs
Box 12 Folder 30 Electra. November 6, 1956. Directed by Maurice Gnesin and Theodore Werner, sets by Bill Hargate, costumes by Kert Lundell, lighting by William Weingart – Program
Photo Box 40 Folders 54-55 Electra – 2 photographs

1956-1957 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 12 Folder 31 Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, dramatized by Dorothy Drew. October 20-December 16, 1956. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Sheldon Haber, costumes by Paul Leonard – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 56-58 Treasure Island – 3 photographs
Box 12 Folder 32 The Snow Queen and the Goblin, dramatized by Martha Bennett King from the story by Hans Christian Anderson. December 22, 1956-January 27, 1957. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, choreography by Frances Allis, sets designed by James Boyce, costumes by Maxey Powell – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 59-63 The Snow Queen and the Goblin – 5 photographs
Box 12 Folder 33 Robin Hood, dramatized by James Norris. February 2-March 24, 1957. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Paul Leonard, costumes by Robert Hamlin – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 64-66 Robin Hood – 3 photographs
Box 12 Folder 34 Sleeping Beauty (Sing Ho for a Prince!), based on the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, book and lyrics by Joe Grezeback, music by Haakon Bergh. March 30-May 26, 1957. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, choreography by Francis Allis, costumes by Kert Lundell, sets by Bill Hargate – Programs
Photo Box 40 Folders 67-74 Sleeping Beauty (Sing Ho for a Prince!) – 8 photographs

1957-1958 Season, Subscription Series

Box 12 Folder 35 Budget
Box 12 Folder 36 General promotional material
Box 12 Folder 37 Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by William Ryan, costumes by Sylvia Wintle – Programs, press releases, playing dates
Photo Box 40 Folders 75-86 Ah Wilderness! – 12 photographs
Box 12 Folder 38 The Salzburg Everyman by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, translated by John Reich. [1957-1958]. Directed by John Reich, sets designed by William Ryan, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, music by Bob Michaels, ...starring Donald Buka, Uka Diehl and Avery Schreiber – Script
Box 12 Folder 39 The Salzburg Everyman – Notes on music
Box 12 Folder 40 The Salzburg Everyman – Estimate of expenses
Box 12 Folder 41 The Salzburg Everyman – Press releases and promotional material
Box 12 Folder 42 The Salzburg Everyman – Programs
Box 12 Folder 43 The Salzburg Everyman – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 40 Folders 87-94 The Salzburg Everyman – 8 photographs/negatives
Box 12 Folder 44 Tiger at the Gates by Jean Girardoux, translated by Christopher Fry. January 10-26, 1958. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by Paul Leonard, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Michael Hall – Press releases and promotional material
Box 12 Folder 45 Tiger at the Gates – Programs
Box 12 Folder 46 Tiger at the Gates – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 41 Folders 1-17 Tiger at the Gates – 17 photographs
Box 12 Folder 47 The Man of Destiny and The Great Catherine by George Bernard Shaw. February 14-March 2, 1958. Man directed by Joseph Slowik, Catherine directed by Robert Quinn, sets by William Ryan, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Geraldine Kay – Press releases and promotional material
Box 12 Folder 48 The Man of Destiny and The Great Catherine – Reviews and clippings
Box 12 Folder 49 The Man of Destiny and The Great Catherine – Programs
Photo Box 41 Folders 18-36 The Man of Destiny and The Great Catherine – 19 photographs
Box 12 Folder 50 Camino Real by Tennessee Williams. March 21-April 6, 1958. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis,...with Charles Grunwell, Beverly Younger, and Dorothy Konrad – Press releases and promotional material
Box 12 Folder 51 Camino Real – Reviews and clippings
Box 12 Folder 52 Camino Real – Programs
Photo Box 41 Folders 47-44 Camino Real – 8 photographs
Box 12 Folder 53 The Dream (A Midsummer Night's Dream) by William Shakespeare and The Fairie Queen by Henry Purcell, arranged by John Reich and Nicholas Goldsmith. May 9-25 and June 3-8, 1958. Directed by John Reich, Pas de Deux choreographed by Ruth Page, Dieter Kober as musical director, sets by William J. Ryan, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, dance direction by Frances Allis, lighting by G.E. Naselius, Lorenzo Gentile as technical director, ...with Kenneth Johnson, Etta Buro, and the Chicago Chamber Orchestra – Stage Manager's Book: script
Box 12 Folder 54 The Dream (A Midsummer Night's Dream) and The Fairie Queen – Stage Manager's Book: technical lists and notes
Box 12 Folder 55 The Dream (A Midsummer Night's Dream) and The Fairie Queen – Director's notes
Box 12 Folder 56 The Dream (A Midsummer Night's Dream) and The Fairie Queen – Press releases and promotional material
Box 12 Folder 57 The Dream (A Midsummer Night's Dream) and The Fairie Queen – Programs
Box 12 Folder 58 The Dream (A Midsummer Night's Dream) and The Fairie Queen – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 41 Folders 45-70 The Dream – 26 photographs

1957-1958 Season, Studio

Box 13 Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 13 Folder 2 A Bill of Three One-Acts: The Shy and the Lonely, by Irwin Shaw and directed by Jim Cavanaugh; Hyacinth Halvey, by Lady Gregory and directed by Sue Ann Young; This Music Crept by Me Upon the Water, by Archibald MacLeish and directed by Hani Snobar. [1957-1958]. Sets and lighting by Kert Lundell, costumes by Hubert Braden, ...with Avery Schreiber – Program
Box 13 Folder 3 Bury the Dead by Irwin Shaw. October 25, 1957. A Sub-Studio Production directed by Jim Cavanaugh, lighting by William Weingart – Program
Box 13 Folder 4 Look Back in Anger by John Osborne. March 10-12, 1958. A Laboratory Workshop Production directed by Jim Cavanaugh, sets, costumes and lights by Walt Blind and Tony Eikenbarry – Promotional materials, production schedule and programs
Box 13 Folder 5 The Potting Shed by Graham Greene. April 21, 1958. A Laboratory Workshop Production directed by H. Theodore Werner (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets, costumes and lights designed by Kert Lundell – Promotional material and programs
Box 13 Folder 6 Light Up the Sky by Moss Hart. May 5, 1958. A Laboratory Workshop Production directed by Robert B. Quinn, sets, costumes and lights by James Harrington – Promotional material and programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 1-2 Light Up the Sky – 2 photographs
Box 13 Folder 7 See the Jaguar by Richard Nash. May 19, 1958. Directed by Hani Ibrahim Snobar (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets, costumes and lights by Hubert Braden – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 3-4 See the Jaguar – 2 photographs
Box 13 Folder 8 Roadside by Lynn Riggs. June 2, 1958. Directed by Charles Applegate (as an M.F.A. requirement), sets by John Braden, costumes by Tony Eikenbarry, lighting by Hubert Braden – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 5-8 Wingless Victory. [1957-1958?] – 4 photographs
Box 13 Folder 9 The Bloody Tenet by James Schevill. Chicago Premiere, [1957-1958]. Directed by Robert Quinn, choreographed by Frances Allis – Typescript
Box 13 Folder 10 The Bloody Tenet – Press releases
Photo Box 42 Folders 9-17 The Bloody Tenet – 9 photographs
Box 13 Folder 11 Yerma by Federico Garcia Lorca. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets and lights by Jack Million, costumes by Tony Eikenbarry – Cast and crew list
Photo Box 42 Folders 18-21 Yerma – 4 photographs
Photo Box 42 Folders 22-24 The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan. [1957-1958?] – 3 photographs

1957-1958 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 13 Folder 12 General promotional material
Box 13 Folder 13 Miscellaneous reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 14 Alice in Wonderland, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 19-December 15, 1957. Directed by Louise Dale Spoor, sets by Paul Leonard, costumes by Bill Hargate, dances arranged by Frances Allis,...with Avery Schreiber – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folder 25 Alice in Wonderland – 1 photograph
Box 13 Folder 15 The Red Shoes by Hans Christian Anderson, dramatized by Hans Joseph Schmidt. December 21, 1957-February 2, 1958. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designed by Kert Lundell, costumes by Hilton Brown, choreography by Frances Allis – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 16 The Red Shoes – Reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 17 The Red Shoes – Programs
Box 13 Folder 18 Nobody's Boy by Isabel Burger and Constance DeBear, from the story Sans Famille by Hector Malot. February 8-April 5, 1958. Directed by Bella Itkin, dances arranged by Frances Allis, costumes by Paul Leonard, sets by Robert Hamlin – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 19 Nobody's Boy – Clippings
Box 13 Folder 20 Nobody's Boy – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 26-32 Nobody’s Boy – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 13 Folder 21 Rapunzel and the Witch by Jack A. Melanos. April 12-June 1, 1958. Directed by Bella Itkin, dances arranged by Frances Allis, sets by John Braden, costumes by Robert Hamlin, ...with Avery Schreiber – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 22 Rapunzel and the Witch – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 33-36 Rapunzel and the Witch – 4 photographs

1957-1958 Season, Special Events

Box 13 Folder 23 Lectures. Four Craftsmen Picture the Theatre, starring: Elmer Nagiz, Joseph Kramin, Eric Bentley, and Harold Clurman. February 21-March 14, 1958 – Press releases and program
Box 13 Folder 24 Lecture. Classical Theatre and Modern Realism, with Michel St. Denis. April 19, 1958 – Press release

1958-1959 Season, Subscription Series

Box 13 Folder 25 General press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 26 Excerpts from reviews
Box 13 Folder 27 Production schedule
Box 13 Folder 28 Billy Budd by Louis O. Coxe and Richard Chapman, based on the novel by Herman Melville. October 31-November 16, 1958. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by William Ryan, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...with Fitzroy Davis, Sidney Breese and Avery Schreiber – Correspondence
Box 13 Folder 29 Billy Budd – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 30 Billy Budd – Reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 31 Billy Budd – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 37-43 Billy Budd – 7 photographs
Box 13 Folder 32 Lady Precious Stream by Shi I. Hsiung. December 5-28, 1958. Directed by John Reich, stage designed by William J. Ryan, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, ...with Carl Bingham, Maxine Stetson, and Avery Schreiber – Correspondence
Box 13 Folder 33 Lady Precious Stream – Audition and cast lists
Box 13 Folder 34 Lady Precious Stream – Research
Box 13 Folder 35 Lady Precious Stream – Director's notes to actors
Box 13 Folder 36 Lady Precious Stream – Sound cues
Box 13 Folder 37 Lady Precious Stream – Scenic plan (See: Oversize Folder 2)
Box 13 Folder 38 Lady Precious Stream – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 39 Lady Precious Stream – Reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 40 Lady Precious Stream – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 44-63 Lady Precious Stream – 20 photographs
Box 13 Folder 41 The Young and the Fair by N. Richard Nash. January 16-February 1, 1959. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by William Ryan, lights by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, ...with Beverly Younger – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 42 The Young and the Fair – Reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 43 The Young and the Fair – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 64-75 The Young and the Fair – 12 photographs
Box 13 Folder 44 Purple Dust by Sean O'Casey. February 20-March 8, 1959. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designed by William Ryan, lights by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, ...with Louis Zorich and Avery Schreiber – Correspondence
Box 13 Folder 45 Purple Dust – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 46 Purple Dust – Reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 47 Purple Dust – Programs
Photo Box 42 Folders 76-82 Purple Dust – 7 photographs
Box 13 Folder 48 The Trial, adapted by Andre Gide and Jean-Louis Barrault from the novel by Franz Kafka. April 3-19, 1959. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by James Maronek, lighting by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Sylvia Wintle,... with Dorothy Konrad and June Pyskacek – Correspondence
Box 13 Folder 49 The Trial – Research
Box 13 Folder 50 The Trial – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 51 The Trial – Reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 52 The Trial – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 1-13 The Trial – 13 photographs/negatives
Box 13 Folder 53 The Imaginary Invalid by Moliere, translated by John Reich. May 8-24, 1959. Directed by John Reich, sets by William Ryan, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, costumes by Sylvia Wintle, music by M. Antoine Charpentier, ...starring Murray Matheson – Press releases and promotional material
Box 13 Folder 54 The Imaginary Invalid – Reviews and clippings
Box 13 Folder 55 The Imaginary Invalid – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 14-18 The Imaginary Invalid – 5 photographs

1958-1959 Season, Studio

Box 13 Folder 56 Three One-Act Plays by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman: A Man Can Only Do His Best, directed by Angelo Gabrielides; Back of the Yards, directed by J. Latrimore, Ephraim and the Winged Bear directed by Rilla Bergman. December 15-18, 1958. Sets by Jack Million, lighting by Lou Nesslar – Cast and crew list
Box 13 Folder 57 Three One-Act Plays by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman – Script: A Man Can Only Do His Best
Box 13 Folder 58 Three One-Act Plays by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman – Script: Back of the Yards
Box 13 Folder 59 Three One-Act Plays by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman – Program
Photo Box 43 Folders 19-21 Three One-Acts – 3 photographs
Photo Box 43 Folders 22-25 An Inspector Calls. [1958-1959?] – 4 photographs
Photo Box 43 Folder 26 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. [1958-1959?] – 1 photograph

1958-1959 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 14 Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 14 Folder 2 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp by James Norris. October 18-December 13, 1958. Directed by Bella Itkin, costumes by Walter Blind, sets by Tony Eikenbarry, dances arranged by Frances Allis – Correspondence
Box 14 Folder 3 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – Press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 4 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 27-32 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – 6 photographs
Box 14 Folder 5 King Midas and the Golden Touch by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 20, 1958-February 1, 1959. Directed by Dorothy Konrad, choreography by Francis Allis, settings by Walter Blind, costumes by Tony Christopher, lights by G.E. Naselius – Press releases
Box 14 Folder 6 King Midas and the Golden Touch – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 33-34 King Midas and the Golden Touch – 2 photographs
Box 14 Folder 7 Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, adapted by Frank M. Whiting and Connie Rickert. February 7-March 15, 1959. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, costumes by Uta Olson, sets by Jack Million, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...with Avery Schreiber – Promotional material
Box 14 Folder 8 Huckleberry Finn – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 35-37 Huckleberry Finn – 3 photographs
Box 14 Folder 9 The Emperor's New Clothes, adapted by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 21-May 24, 1959. Directed by Bella Itkin, costumes by Tony Christopher, sets designed by James Harrington, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, music arranged by Dorothy Konkowski – Promotional material
Box 14 Folder 10 The Emperor's New Clothes – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 38-41 The Emperor’s New Clothes – 4 photographs

1958-1959 Season, Special Events

Box 14 Folder 11 Shakespeare's Ages of Man, with Sir John Gielgud. October 25, 30 and November 3, 1958 – Program

1959-1960 Season, Subscription Series

Box 14 Folder 12 General press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 13 Excerpts from reviews
Box 14 Folder 14 The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare. October 30-November 15, 1959. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets designed by James Maronek, lights by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Uta Olson, choreography by Frances Allis, ...starring Morris Carnovsky, with Mariette Hartley – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 3)
Box 14 Folder 15 The Merchant of Venice – Press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 16 The Merchant of Venice – Reviews and clippings
Box 14 Folder 17 The Merchant of Venice – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 42-49 The Merchant of Venice – 8 photographs
Box 14 Folder 18 The Cave Dwellers by William Saroyan. December 4-20, 1959. Directed by Eugenie Leontovich, costumes by Uta Olson, sets and lights by Walter Blind, music arranged by Studs Terkel, ...starring Eugenie Leontovich, Studs Terkel and Avery Schreiber – Press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 19 The Cave Dwellers – Reviews and clippings
Box 14 Folder 20 The Cave Dwellers – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 50-55 The Cave Dwellers – 6 photographs/negatives
Box 14 Folder 21 Hippolytus by Euripides. January 3-24, 1960. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Maronek, lighting by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Sylvia Wintle Moss, music by Dieter Kober, choreography by Frances Allis, ...with Donald Buka and Charles Grunwell – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 3)
Box 14 Folder 22 Hippolytus – Actors' biographies and resumes
Box 14 Folder 23 Hippolytus – Press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 24 Hippolytus – Reviews and clippings
Box 14 Folder 25 Hippolytus – Programs
Photo Box 43 Folders 56-63 Hippolytus – 8 photographs
Box 14 Folder 26 Enrico IV by Luigi Pirandello, translated by John Reich. February 12-28, 1960. Directed by John Reich, music by James Maronek, lights by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Sylvia Wintle Moss, ...starring Ivor Harris, Beverly Younger, and Frank Savino – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 3)
Box 14 Folder 27 Enrico IV – Press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 28 Enrico IV – Reviews and clippings
Box 14 Folder 29 Enrico IV – Programs
Photo Box 44 Folders 1-44 Enrico IV – 44 photographs/negatives
Box 14 Folder 30 The Good Woman of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Eric Bentley. March 25-April 11, 1960. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by Stephan Wolpe, ...starring Frances Hyland, Dorothy Konrad, and Frank Savino – Correspondence
Box 14 Folder 31 The Good Woman of Setzuan – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 3)
Box 14 Folder 32 The Good Woman of Setzuan – Press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 33 The Good Woman of Setzuan – Reviews and clippings
Box 14 Folder 34 The Good Woman of Setzuan – Programs
Photo Box 44 Folders 45-56 The Good Woman of Setzuan – 12 photographs
Box 14 Folder 35 The Inspector General by Nikolai Gogol, translated by John Dolman, Jr. and Benjamin Rothberg, acting version by Joseph Buloff. May 13-22, 1960. Directed by Joseph Slowik, set designs by John Holabird, costumes by Jay Kobrin, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by Bob Michaels, starring Joseph Buloff, ... with Thom Koutsoukos, Frank Savino, and Avery Schreiber – Correspondence
Box 14 Folder 36 The Inspector General – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 3)
Box 14 Folder 37 The Inspector General – Press releases and promotional material
Box 14 Folder 38 The Inspector General – Reviews and clippings
Box 14 Folder 39 The Inspector General – Programs
Photo Box 45 Folders 1-6 The Inspector General – 6 photographs

1959-1960 Season, Studio

Box 14 Folder 40 A Phoenix Too Frequent by Christopher Fry. [1959-1960]. Directed by Rilla Bergman – Cast list
Box 14 Folder 41 Apollo of Bellac by Jean Girardoux. [1959-1960]. Directed by Harvey Landa – Cast list
Box 14 Folder 42 Candida by George Bernard Shaw. [1959-1960]. Directed by James Latrimore – Cast list
Box 14 Folder 43 A Clearing into the Woods by Arthur Laurents. [November 1959?]. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt – Programs
Box 14 Folder 44 Eurydice by Jean Anouilh. [Spring 1960?]. Directed by Rilla Bergman (as an M.F.A. requirement) – Program
Box 14 Folder 45 Rashomon, adapted from stories by Ryunosoke Akutagawa, by Fay and Michael Kanin. [Spring 1960?]. Directed by Patrick Henry (as an M.F.A. requirement), ...with Avery Schreiber – Cast list and programs
Photo Box 45 Folders 7-8 Rashomon – 2 photographs
Box 14 Folder 46 Royal Gambit by Herman Gressieker. [1959-1960]. Directed by Rilla Bergman – Cast list
Box 14 Folder 47 The Ticklish Acrobat by Robert Hivner. [1959-1960]. Directed by June Pyskacek – Cast list

1959-1960 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 14 Folder 48 General promotional material
Box 14 Folder 49 Jack and the Beanstalk by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 17-December 12, 1959. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Tony Eikenbarry, lighting by Chuck Wolfram, costumes by James Harrington, choreography by Frances Allis – Promotional material and programs
Photo Box 45 Folders 9-12 Jack and the Beanstalk – 4 photographs/negatives
Box 14 Folder 50 Hansel and Gretel by Lillian and Robert Masters. December 19, 1959-January 31, 1960. Directed by Dorothy Konrad, sets by James Harrington, lighting by Tom Reissig, costumes by Jay Korbin, choreography by Frances Allis – Promotional material, clippings and programs
Photo Box 45 Folders 13-15 Hansel and Gretel – 3 photographs/negatives
Box 14 Folder 51 Young Ben Franklin by Faye Parker. February 6-March 13, 1960. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets and lights by Jack Million, costumes by Miriam Rajk – Promotional material, clippings and programs
Photo Box 45 Folders 16-22 Young Ben Franklin – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 14 Folder 52 Rumpelstiltskin, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 19-May 22, 1960. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Miriam Rajk, costumes by Tony Eikenbarry, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by Bob Michaels, choreography by Frances Allis – Promotional material, clippings and programs
Photo Box 45 Folders 23-55 Rumpelstiltskin – 33 photographs/negatives

1959-1960 Season, Special Events

Box 14 Folder 53 Los Soles Truncos by Rene Marques. August 29-September 5, 1959 – Program
Box 14 Folder 54 Mark Twain Tonight, with Hal Holbrook. October 23-24, 1959 – Promotional material

1960-1961 Season, Subscription Series

Box 15 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 15 Folder 2 Excerpts from reviews
Box 15 Folder 3 The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. October 28-[?], 1960. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, music by Louis Russo, ...starring Leo Ciceri – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 4)
Box 15 Folder 4 The Taming of the Shrew – Poster (See: Oversize box 1)
Box 15 Folder 5 The Taming of the Shrew – Press releases and promotional material
Box 15 Folder 6 The Taming of the Shrew – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 1-9 The Taming of the Shrew – 9 photographs
Box 15 Folder 7 Venus Observed by Christopher Fry. December 2-21, 1960. Directed by John Reich, sets and lights by James Harrington, costumes by Uta Olson, ...starring Tom Helmore, Avery Schreiber and Melinda Dillon – Audition scenes and rehearsal schedule
Box 15 Folder 8 Venus Observed – Research
Box 15 Folder 9 Venus Observed – Character sketches
Box 15 Folder 10 Venus Observed – Annotated director's script: Act I
Box 15 Folder 11 Venus Observed – Annotated director's script: Acts II and III
Box 15 Folder 12 Venus Observed – Director's notes
Box 15 Folder 13 Venus Observed – Technical list and notes
Box 15 Folder 14 Venus Observed – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 4)
Box 15 Folder 15 Venus Observed – Press releases and promotional material
Box 15 Folder 16 Venus Observed – Review
Box 15 Folder 17 Venus Observed – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 10-20 Venus Observed – 11 photographs/negatives
Box 15 Folder 18 Royal Gambit (Henry VIII and His Wives) by Herman Gressieker, translated and adapted by George White. January 13-[?], 1961. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, sets designed by Andre Wauters, costumes by Tom Eikenbarry, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Sam Wanamaker – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 4)
Box 15 Folder 19 Royal Gambit (Henry VIII and His Wives) – Press releases and promotional material
Box 15 Folder 20 Royal Gambit (Henry VIII and His Wives) – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Royal Gambit (Henry VIII and His Wives) – Poster
Photo Box 46 Folders 21-33 Royal Gambit – 13 photographs/negatives
Box 15 Folder 21 Under Milkwood by Dylan Thomas. February 24-March 14, 1961. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by James Maronek, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by George Estevez, ...starring Ivor Harries – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 4)
Box 15 Folder 22 Under Milkwood – Press releases and promotional material
Box 15 Folder 23 Under Milkwood – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Under Milkwood – Poster
Photo Box 46 Folders 34-41 Under Milkwood – 8 photographs
Box 15 Folder 24 Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov, translated by Stark Young. April 7-25, 1961. Directed by Alan Schneider, sets by James Maronek, lights by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Uta Olson, ...starring Walter Abel, with Melinda Dillon – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 4)
Box 15 Folder 25 Uncle Vanya – Press releases and promotional material
Box 15 Folder 26 Uncle Vanya – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 42-51 Uncle Vanya – 10 photographs
Box 15 Folder 27 On Borrowed Time by Paul Osborne. May 12-30, 1961. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designed by James Harrington, costumes by Tony Eikenbarry, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Leo G. Carroll – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 4)
Box 15 Folder 28 On Borrowed Time – Press releases and promotional material
Box 15 Folder 29 On Borrowed Time – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 52-53 On Borrowed Time – 2 photographs

1960-1961 Season, Studio

Box 16 Folder 1 Clerambard by Marcel Ayme. November 7-10, 1960. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, lighting by Jack Hickey, costumes by Rose-Marie Long – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 54-56 Clerambard – 3 photographs
Box 16 Folder 2 The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold. December 8-9, 1960. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt – Programs
Box 16 Folder 3 Look Homeward, Angel by Ketti Frings. December 11-17, 1960. Directed by Charles McGaw, costumes by Rose-Marie Long – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folder 57 Look Homeward Angel – 1 photograph
Box 16 Folder 4 Woyzeck by Georg Buechner. January 16-19, 1961. A Workshop production directed by Joseph Slowik, sets and lights by Thomas Barnes, costumes by James Swank, choreography by Charles Harris, music by Lawrence Kulig and Don Murray – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 58-59 Woyzeck – 2 photographs
Box 16 Folder 5 Dark of the Moon by Howard Richardson and William Berney. January 23-26, 1961. Directed and designed by Patrick Henry – Programs
Box 16 Folder 6 Hannele by Gerhart Hauptmann, English version by John Reich. March 1-4, 1961. A Workshop production directed by John Reich, sets and costumes by Thomas Barnes, choreography by Frances Allis, music by George Estevez, ...with Belinda Bremner – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 60-66 Hannele – 7 photographs
Box 16 Folder 7 Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw. March 27-30, 1961. An Evening School production directed by Harvey Landa – Programs
Photo Box 46 Folders 67-68 Major Barbara – 2 photographs
Box 16 Folder 8 Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. May 15-18, 1961. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, sets and costumes by Thomas Barnes, lights by John Kohlman – Program
Photo Box 46 Folders 69-70 Twelfth Night – 2 photographs
Photo Box 47 Folders 1-2 All God's Children Got Wings. [1960-1961?] – 2 photographs

1960-1961 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 16 Folder 9 General promotional material
Box 16 Folder 10 Red Riding Hood, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 15-December 3, 1960. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Harrington, costumes by Patrick Henry, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis – Press releases and promotional material
Box 16 Folder 11 Red Riding Hood – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Red Riding Hood – Poster
Oversize Folder 5 Red Riding Hood – Scenic Plans
Photo Box 47 Folders 3-8 Red Riding Hood – 6 photographs/negatives
Box 16 Folder 12 Cinderella, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. December 10, 1960-February 4, 1961. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Tony Eikenbarry, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis – Light plot
Box 16 Folder 13 Cinderella – Promotional material
Box 16 Folder 14 Cinderella – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Cinderella – Poster
Oversize Folder 5 Cinderella – Set designs
Photo Box 47 Folders 9-21 Cinderella – 13 photographs
Box 16 Folder 15 The Wizard of Oz, dramatized by Adele Thane from the story by L. Frank Baum. March 18-May 29, 1961. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Harrington, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by Lou Nesslar, choreography by Frances Allis – Promotional material
Box 16 Folder 16 The Wizard of Oz – Programs
Oversize Box 1 The Wizard of Oz – Poster
Oversize Folder 5 The Wizard of Oz – Set designs
Photo Box 47 Folders 41-50 The Wizard of Oz – 19 photographs/negatives

1960-1961 Season, Special Events

Box 16 Folder 17 A Lovely Life, with Dorothy Stikney. October 7-11, 1960 – Correspondence
Box 16 Folder 18 A Lovely Life – Promotional material
Box 16 Folder 19 A Lovely Life – Programs
Box 16 Folders 20 Mark Twain Tonight – Correspondence
Box 16 Folder 21 Mark Twain Tonight – Promotional material
Box 16 Folder 22 Mark Twain Tonight – Programs
Photo Box 47 Folders 41-50 Mark Twain Tonight – 10 photographs

1961-1962 Season, Subscription Series

Box 16 Folder 23 Excerpts from reviews
Box 16 Folder 24 Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. October 27-November 14, 1961. Directed by John Reich, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by G.E. Naselius, music arranged by George Estevez, ...starring Bramwell Fletcher, with Michael O'Sullivan – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Box 16 Folder 25 Faust – Slide projection schedule
Box 16 Folder 26 Faust – Annotated script; acting version by John Reich, Scenes I-IV
Box 16 Folder 27 Faust – Annotated script; acting version by John Reich, Scenes V-XVIII
Box 16 Folder 28 Faust – Press releases and promotional material
Box 16 Folder 29 Faust – Reviews and clippings
Box 16 Folder 30 Faust – Programs
Photo Box 48 Folders 1-14 Faust – 14 photographs
Box 16 Folder 31 The Lark by Jean Anouilh, adapted by Lillian Hellman. December 1-19, 1961. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Andre Wauters, costumes by Caley Summers, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, music by Richard Manners – Costume sketches (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Box 16 Folder 32 The Lark – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Box 16 Folder 33 The Lark – Poster (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Box 16 Folder 34 The Lark – Press releases and promotional material
Box 16 Folder 35 The Lark – Reviews and clippings
Box 16 Folder 36 The Lark – Programs
Photo Box 48 Folders 15-18 The Lark – 4 photographs
Box 16 Folder 37 My Heart's in the Highlands by Williams Saroyan and The American Dream by Edward Albee. January 12-30, 1962. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by Francis Morigi, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music arranged by Paul Bowles, ...starring Studs Terkel in Highlands, and Beverly Younger in Dream – Reviews and clippings
Box 16 Folder 38 My Heart's in the Highlands and The American Dream – Poster
Box 16 Folder 39 My Heart's in the Highlands and The American Dream – Programs
Oversize Folder 6 My Heart's in the Highlands and The American Dream – Set designs
Photo Box 48 Folders 19-26 My Heart’s in the Highlands and The American Dream – 8 photographs
Box 16 Folder 40 Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. February 23-March 13, 1962. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Francis Morigi, lights by G.E. Naselius, Eva LeGallienne as translator, ...starring Signe Hasso – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Box 16 Folder 41 Hedda Gabler – Reviews and clippings
Box 16 Folder 42 Hedda Gabler – Press releases and promotional material
Box 16 Folder 43 Hedda Gabler – Programs
Photo Box 48 Folders 27-36 Hedda Gabler – 10 photographs
Box 16 Folder 44 As You Like It by William Shakespeare. March 25-[?], 1962. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, music by Tom Morley and Thomas Arne, music directed by George Estevez – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Box 16 Folder 45 As You Like It – Programs and promotional material
Photo Box 48 Folders 37-40 As You Like It – 4 photographs
Box 16 Folder 46 The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht, revised English version by Eric Bentley and Maja Apelman. May 11-29, 1962. Directed by John Reich, sets by Francis Morigi, costumes by Caley Summers, masks by Patrick Henry, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, music by George Estevez and Lewis Skalinder – Script: Master copy, Acts I & II
Box 16 Folder 47 The Caucasian Chalk Circle – Script: Master copy, Acts III & IV
Box 16 Folder 48 The Caucasian Chalk Circle – Costume sketches (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Box 16 Folder 49 The Caucasian Chalk Circle – Posters
Box 16 Folder 50 The Caucasian Chalk Circle – Reviews and clippings
Box 16 Folder 51 The Caucasian Chalk Circle – Programs
Photo Box 48 Folders 41-48 The Caucasian Chalk Circle – 8 photographs/negatives

1961-1962 Season, Studio

Box 17 Folder 1 The Bald Soprano and The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco. October 30-November 2, 1961. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by Bill Wilson, costumes by Peri Grenell – Programs
Oversize Folder 6 The Bald Soprano and The Lesson – Set designs
Photo Box 48 Folders 49-52 The Bald Soprano and The Lesson – 4 photographs
Box 17 Folder 2 Dinny and the Witches by William Gibson. November 13-16, 1961. Directed by Harvey Landa, sets by Francis Morigi, choreography by Charles Abbate, costumes by Adela Hamielec, lights by J. Van Eyck – Programs
Photo Box 48 Folders 53-55 Dinny and the Witches – 3 photographs
Box 17 Folder 3 The Children's Hour by Lillian Hellman. November 4-5, 1961. Directed by Judi Speer – Programs
Box 17 Folder 4 The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter. February 26-March [?], 1962. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets and lighting designed by Gene Lee – Programs
Photo Box 48 Folders 56-67 The Birthday Party – 2 photographs
Box 17 Folder 5 The Queen and the Rebels by Ugo Betti. April 2-5, 1962. Directed by Judith Ann Speer, sets by James Harrington – Programs
Photo Box 48 Folders 58-59 The Queen and the Rebels – 2 photographs
Box 17 Folder 6 The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder. April 11-14, 1962. Directed by Herman Fell, costumes by Adele Hamilec, sets designed by Jack Million – Programs
Photo Box 49 Folders 1-2 The Matchmaker – 2 photographs
Box 17 Folder 7 The Grass Harp by Truman Capote. [1961-1962?] – Floor plan (See: Oversize Folder 6)
Photo Box 49 Folders 3-4 The Grass Harp – 2 photographs
Box 17 Folder 8 The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca. [1961-1962?]. A Sub-Studio Production – Cast list
Box 17 Folder 9 The Cold Wind and the Warm by S.N. Behrman. February 19-20, 1962. Directed by Thomas Heino – Program

1961-1962 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 17 Folder 10 General promotional material
Box 17 Folder 11 Pinocchio by George T. Latshaw, from the story by Carlo Collodi. October 14-December 10, 1961. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, sets by James Harrington, costumes by Caley Summers, lights by G.E. Naselius – Press releases and promotional material, clippings, and programs
Oversize Box 1 Pinocchio – Poster
Oversize Folder 7 Pinocchio – Set designs
Photo Box 49 Folders 5-12 Pinocchio – 8 photographs/negatives
Box 17 Folder 12 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Marian Johnson, from the story by the Brothers Grimm. December 16, 1961-February 4, 1962. Directed by Patrick Henry, costumes by Peri Grenell, sets designed by Patrick Henry, lighting by Louis Nesslar, music by Richard Manners – Press release and programs
Oversize Box 1 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Poster
Oversize Folder 7 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Set designs
Photo Box 49 Folders 13-23 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – 11 photographs/negatives
Box 17 Folder 13 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning from the book by Mark Twain. February 10-April 1, 1962. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Peri Grenell, lights by G.E. Naselius – Promotional material and programs
Oversize Box 1 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – Poster
Oversize Folder 7 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – Set designs
Photo Box 49 Folders 24-35 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – 12 photographs
Box 17 Folder 14 Beauty and the Beast by Nora MacAlvay. April 7-May 27, 1962. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Eugene Lee, costumes by Peri Grinell, lighting by G.E. Naselius – Promotional material and programs
Oversize Box 1 Beauty and the Beast – Poster
Oversize Folder 7 Beauty and the Beast – Set designs
Photo Box 49 Folders 36-38 Beauty and the Beast – 3 photographs

1961-1962 Season, Special Events

Box 17 Folder 15 An Evening with Charles Laughton. January 31-February 3, 1962 – Promotional material and program
Box 17 Folder 16 An Evening with Charles Laughton – Clippings
Box 17 Folder 17 May Festival. May 1962 – Clippings, plans, program
Box 17 Folder 18 May Festival: The Living Gallerie. May Festival. May 1962 – Script and schedules
Box 17 Folder 19 May Festival: Three for the Show. May 1962 – Correspondence
Box 17 Folder 20 May Festival: Three for the Show. May 1962 – Press releases
Box 17 Folder 21 May Festival: Three for the Show. May 1962 – Script

1962-1963 Season, Subscription Series

Box 18 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 18 Folder 2 Excerpts from reviews
Box 18 Folder 3 Becket, or The Honor of God by Jean Anouilh. October 26-November 13, 1962. Directed by John Reich, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by George Estevez, ...starring Tod Andrews and Donald Davis – Cast list
Box 18 Folder 4 Becket, or The Honor of God – Actors' biographies
Box 18 Folder 5 Becket, or The Honor of God – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 8)
Box 18 Folder 6 Becket, or The Honor of God – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 18 Folder 7 Becket, or The Honor of God – Press releases and promotional material
Box 18 Folder 8 Becket, or The Honor of God – Reviews and clippings
Box 18 Folder 9 Becket, or The Honor of God – Programs
Photo Box 49 Folders 39-58 Becket, of The Honor of God – 20 photographs
Box 18 Folder 10 The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare. November 30-December 18, 1962. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, sets by James Harrington, costumes by Caley Summers, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by Richard Manners – Costume sketches – oversize)
Box 18 Folder 11 The Comedy of Errors – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 8)
Box 18 Folder 12 The Comedy of Errors – Press releases and promotional material
Box 18 Folder 13 The Comedy of Errors – Reviews and clippings
Box 18 Folder 14 The Comedy of Errors – Programs and artwork
Photo Box 50 Folders 1-7 The Comedy of Errors – 7 photographs
Box 18 Folder 15 A Passage to India by E.M. Forster, adapted for the stage by Santha Rama Rau. January 11-30, 1963. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Caley Summers, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Lillian Gish – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 8)
Box 18 Folder 16 A Passage to India – Reviews and clippings
Box 18 Folder 17 A Passage to India – Press releases and promotional material
Box 18 Folder 18 A Passage to India – Programs
Oversize Box 1 A Passage to India – Poster
Photo Box 50 Folders 8-26 A Passage to India – 19 photographs/negatives
Box 18 Folder 19 Christopher C. by Michel de Ghelderode, and adapted into English by Lyon Phelps (directed by John Reich, choreography by Frances Allis, ...starring David Hurst); and The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco (directed by Joseph Slowik). February 15-March 5, 1963. Sets by Francis Morigi, lighting by G.E. Naselius, costumes by Uta Olson – Correspondence (Christopher C.)
Box 18 Folder 20 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Audition list
Box 18 Folder 21 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Research (Christopher C.)
Box 18 Folder 22 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Script pages (Christopher C.): Tableau Two, Inserts I and II
Box 18 Folder 23 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Music cues and plot shift
Box 18 Folder 24 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 8)
Box 18 Folder 25 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Director's notes (Christopher C.)
Box 18 Folder 26 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Press releases and promotional material
Box 18 Folder 27 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Reviews and clippings
Box 18 Folder 28 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Christopher C. and The Lesson – Poster
Photo Box 50 Folders 27-38 Christopher C. and The Lesson – 12 photographs
Box 18 Folder 29 Tobias and the Angel by James Bridie. March 24-[?], 1963. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by J. Van Eyck, costumes by Caley Summers, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Francis Allis, music by John Towey – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 8)
Box 18 Folder 30 Tobias and the Angel – Posters (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 18 Folder 31 Tobias and the Angel – Programs
Box 18 Folder 32 Tobias and the Angel – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 50 Folders 39-48 Tobias and the Angel – 10 photographs
Box 18 Folder 33 The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. May 3-21, 1963. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by Bruce Koenig, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Brenda Forbes, with Vincent Park – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 8)
Box 18 Folder 34 The Rivals – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 18 Folder 35 The Rivals – Press releases and promotional material
Box 18 Folder 36 The Rivals – Reviews and clippings
Box 18 Folder 37 The Rivals – Programs
Photo Box 50 Folders 49-65 The Rivals – 17 photographs

1962-1963 Season, Studio

Box 18 Folder 38 The Playboy of the Western World by John Synge. October 29-November 1, 1962. Directed by Dan Clifford, sets designed by Amy Frank, costumes by Ford Larsen – Cast and crew list; programs
Photo Box 50 Folders 66-67 The Playboy of the Western World – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 39 Gallows Humor by Jack Richardson. November 12-15, 1962. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Patricia Taxman, lighting by John Retsek – Programs
Photo Box 50 Folders 68-69 Gallows Humor – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 40 Southern Exposure by Owen Crump. November 19-20, 1962. Directed by Steve Kardaleff – Programs
Box 18 Folder 41 Puntila and His Hired Man by Bertolt Brecht. December 3-7, 1962. Directed by Ibrahim Jalal, sets designed by Ford Larsen, costumes by Bruce Koenig – Script, labeled "Goodman Theatre Acting Version"
Box 18 Folder 42 Puntila and His Hired Man – Programs and script
Photo Box 51 Folders 1-3 Puntila and His Hired Man – 3 photographs
Box 18 Folder 43 Between Two Thieves by Warner LeRoy. January 14-17, 1963. An Evening School production directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Harrington, costumes by Emily Mason, lighting by Terry Shevalenko – Programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 4-5 Between Two Thieves – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 44 The Prodigal by Jack Richardson. January 14-17, 1963. Directed by Steve Kardaleff, sets by J. Van Eyck, costumes by Pat Taxman – Cast and crew list and programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 6-7 The Prodigal – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 45 Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams. January 17-18, 1963. Directed by David Morris – Program
Box 18 Folder 46 Picnic by William Inge. February 18-21, 1963. Directed by David Morris, sets by Ford Larsen, costumes by Amy Frank – Programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 8-9 Picnic – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 47 Teach Me How to Cry by Patricia Jourdy. February 25-26, 1963. Directed by Leo Maroules – Program
Box 18 Folder 48 The Beautiful People by William Saroyan. March 4-5, 1963. Directed by Robert Lowery – Program
Box 18 Folder 49 A Shot in the Dark by Marcel Achard. March 18-19, 1963. Directed by Lane Corvey – Program
Box 18 Folder 50 Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw. March 25-28, 1963. Directed by Steve Kardaleff, sets designed by Ford Larsen, costumes by Margaret Danielson – Programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 10-11 Arms and the Man – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 51 A Thurber Carnival by James Thurber. April 1-2, 1963. Directed by Michael Thompson – Program
Box 18 Folder 52 Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. April 3-6, 1963. Directed by Dan Clifford, sets designed by Neil Jampolis, costumes by Hedi Riemann – Programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 12-13 Death of a Salesman – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 53 The Chinese Wall by Max Frisch. May 4-7, 1963. Directed by Patrick Henry, costumes by Margaret Danielson, lighting by Al Jutzi, sets by Andrew Gilfillan – Programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 14-15 The Chinese Wall – 2 photographs
Box 18 Folder 54 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. May 13-16, 1963. Directed by Robert Lowery, costumes by Janet Warren, lighting by Andrew Gilfillan, sets by J. Van Eyck – Programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 16-18 The Glass Menagerie – 3 photographs
Box 18 Folder 55 The Heroes by John Ashberry, and directed by Herb Felsenfeld; and Still Life by Noel Coward, and directed by Joseph Sax. May 20-21, 1963 – Programs
Box 18 Folder 56 Gigi by Anita Loos. May 22-25, 1963. Directed by Leo Maroules, sets designed by Pat Taxman, sets by Ford Larsen, lighting by Burt Rissman – Cast list and programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 19-21 Gigi – 3 photographs

1962-1963 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 18 Folder 57 General promotional material
Box 18 Folder 58 The Blue Bird by Maurice Maeterlinck. October 13-December 16, 1962. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Harrington, costumes by Caley Summers, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis – Correspondence
Box 18 Folder 59 The Blue Bird – Press releases, promotional material, and program
Oversize Box 1 The Blue Bird – Poster
Oversize Folder 9 The Blue Bird – Scenic plans
Photo Box 51 Folders 22-29 The Blue Bird – 8 photographs
Box 18 Folder 60 Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves by Wadeeha Atiyeh. December 22, 1962-January 27, 1963. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Amy Frank, costumes by David Rudish, lighting by Burton Rissman, choreography by Frances Allis – Press releases, promotional material and programs
Oversize Folder 9 Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves – Scenic plans
Photo Box 51 Folders 30-33 Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves – 4 photographs
Box 18 Folder 61 Sleeping Beauty, or Sing Ho for a Prince!, adapted by Leo Grenzeback from the story by the Brothers Grimm. February 2-April 7, 1963. Directed by Bella Itkin, music by Haakon Bergh, sets by Bruce Koenig, costumes by Heidemarie Rosendahl, lights by Jack Hickey, choreography by Frances Allis – Promotional material, clippings, programs
Oversize Box 1 Sleeping Beauty, or Sing Ho for a Prince! – Poster
Oversize Folder 9 Sleeping Beauty, or Sing Ho for a Prince! – Scenic plans
Photo Box 51 Folders 34-40 Sleeping Beauty, or Sing Ho for a Prince! – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 18 Folder 62 The Pied Piper of Hamelin, written by Melvin Bernhardt, and based on improvisations by the cast from Robert Browning's poem. April 13-May 26, 1963. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, sets by Amy-Susan Frank, lights by William Dreasler, costumes by Heidimarie Rosendahl, choreography by Frances Allis, music by Gerry Grossman – Cast list, press releases, promotional material, programs
Oversize Box 1 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – Poster
Oversize Folder 9 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – Scenic plans
Photo Box 51 Folders 41-51 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – 11 photographs

1963-1964 Season, Subscription Series

Box 19 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 19 Folder 2 Excerpts from reviews
Box 19 Folder 3 The Millionairess by George Bernard Shaw. October 25-November 12, 1963. Directed by John Reich, sets by Jacob Burch, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Patricia Jessel – Director's notes
Box 19 Folder 4 The Millionairess – Annotated director's script: Act I
Box 19 Folder 5 The Millionairess – Annotated director's script: Acts II and IV
Box 19 Folder 6 The Millionairess – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 10)
Box 19 Folder 7 The Millionairess – Press releases and promotional material
Box 19 Folder 8 The Millionairess – Reviews and clippings
Box 19 Folder 9 The Millionairess – Programs
Photo Box 51 Folders 52-67 The Millionairess – 16 photographs
Box 19 Folder 10 Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, translated by Tyrone Guthrie and Leonid Kipnis. November 29-December 18, 1963. Directed by Eugenie Leontovich, with Charles McGaw, sets designed by Richard Wilcox, costumes by Caley Summers, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Richard Waring – Budget
Box 19 Folder 11 Three Sisters – Prop list
Box 19 Folder 12 Three Sisters – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 10)
Box 19 Folder 13 Three Sisters – Press releases and promotional material
Box 19 Folder 14 Three Sisters – Reviews and clippings
Box 19 Folder 15 Three Sisters – Programs
Photo Box 52 Folders 1-11 Three Sisters – 11 photographs
Box 19 Folder 16 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. January 10-29, 1964. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Peggy Wood – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 10)
Box 19 Folder 17 The Glass Menagerie – Press releases and promotional material
Box 19 Folder 18 The Glass Menagerie – Reviews and clippings
Box 19 Folder 19 The Glass Menagerie – Programs
Photo Box 52 Folders 12-15 The Glass Menagerie – 4 photographs
Photo Box 52 Folders 16-26 The Hollow Crown. The Royal Shakespeare Company, February 3-9, 1964 – 11 photographs
Box 19 Folder 20 A Far Country by Henry Denker. February 21-March 11, 1964. Directed by John Reich, sets by Bruce Koenig, costumes by Heidimarie Rosendahl, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring William Smithers – Director's notes and research
Box 19 Folder 21 A Far Country – Press releases and promotional material
Box 19 Folder 22 A Far Country – Reviews and clippings
Box 19 Folder 23 A Far Country – Programs
Oversize Folder 10 A Far Country – Set designs
Photo Box 52 Folders 27-33 A Far Country – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 19 Folder 24 King Lear by William Shakespeare. April 3-25, 1964. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by Caley Summers, ...starring Morris Carnovsky, with Maurice Copeland – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 10)
Box 19 Folder 25 King Lear – Press releases and promotional material
Box 19 Folder 26 King Lear – Reviews and clippings
Box 19 Folder 27 King Lear – Programs
Photo Box 52 Folders 34-40 King Lear – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 19 Folder 28 Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht, English adaptation by Eric Bentley. May 8-27, 1964. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, original music by Paul Dessau, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Eugenie Leontovich – Correspondence
Box 19 Folder 29 Mother Courage and Her Children – Notes on Brecht
Box 19 Folder 30 Mother Courage and Her Children – Scenic plans
Box 19 Folder 31 Mother Courage and Her Children – Poster
Box 19 Folder 32 Mother Courage and Her Children – Press releases and promotional material
Box 19 Folder 33 Mother Courage and Her Children – Reviews and clippings
Box 19 Folder 34 Mother Courage and Her Children – Programs
Photo Box 52 Folders 41-53 Mother Courage and Her Children – 13 photographs
Box 19 Folder 35 Othello by William Shakespeare. Production cancelled – Correspondence and contract

1963-1964 Season, Studio

Box 19 Folder 36 him by e.e. cummings. October 28-31, 1963. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets designed by Kurt Wilhelm, lighting by Neil Jampolis, costumes by Patricia Taxman – Programs
Photo Box 53 Folders 1-2 him – 2 photographs
Box 19 Folder 37 The Rape of the Belt by Benn Levy. Directed by Joseph Sax. November 4-5, 1963 – Program
Box 19 Folder 38 The Diary of Ann Frank, dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. November 11-14, 1963. Directed by Thomas Heino, sets and lights by Ford Larsen, costumes by Hedi Riemann – Programs
Box 19 Folder 39 Hat Full of Rain by Michael Gazzo. November 18-19, 1963. Directed by Parker Rushing – Programs
Box 19 Folder 40 The Boy Friend by Sandy Wilson. December 2-5, 1963. Directed by Michael Thompson, choreography by Dick Stephens, sets designed by John Retseck, lighting by Alfred Jutzi, costumes by John Buehler – Programs
Photo Box 53 Folders 3-10 The Boy Friend – 8 photographs
Box 19 Folder 41 The Italian Straw Hat by Eugene Labiche, with Marc-Michael. December 9-10, 1963. Directed by Robert Feingold – Program
Box 19 Folder 42 The Visit by Frederick Durrenmatt, adapted by Maurice Valency. January 5-8, 1964. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by John Van Eyck, costumes by Hedi Riemann – Programs
Photo Box 53 Folders 11-13 The Visit – 3 photographs
Box 19 Folder 43 Rip Van Winkle, as played by Joseph Jefferson. January 13-16, 1963. Directed by Joseph Sax, sets and lighting by Neil Jampolis, costumes by John Retseck – Programs
Photo Box 53 Folders 14-15 Rip Van Winkle – 2 photographs
Box 19 Folder 44 Billy Liar by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. January 15-16, 1964. Directed by Roy Clary – Program
Box 19 Folder 45 Machinal by Sophie Treadwell. February 24-27, 1964. Directed by Parker Ruching, sets and lights by John Retseck, costumes by Kurt Wilhelm – Programs
Photo Box 53 Folder 16 Machinal – 1 photograph
Box 19 Folder 46 Through a Glass Darkly by Gene Trayler. March 2-3, 1964. Directed by Susan Rae – Program
Box 19 Folder 47 Mademoiselle Colombe by Jean Anouilh, adapted by Louis Kronenberger. March 19-22, 1964. Directed by Thomas Bertholf, sets and lights by Neil Jampolis, costumes by Patricia Taxman – Programs
Box 19 Folder 48 The Long Voyage Home by Eugene O'Neill, and directed by Badry Fareed; and A Young Lady of Property by Horton Foote, and directed by Edward Ewald. March 23-24, 1964 – Programs
Box 19 Folder 49 I'm Talking About Jerusalem by Arnold Wesker. April 6-9, 1964. Directed by Thomas Heino, sets and lights by Bruce Koenig, costumes by John Buehler – Programs
Photo Box 53 Folders 17-18 I’m Talking About Jerusalem – 2 photographs
Box 19 Folder 50 Yerma by Federico Garcia Lorca. April 13-14, 1964. Directed by William Pappas – Programs
Box 19 Folder 51 The Infernal Machine by Jean Cocteau. May 11-14, 1964. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets and lights by Neil Jampolis, costumes by Kurt Wilhelm – Programs
Photo Box 53 Folders 19-20 The Infernal Machine – 2 photographs
Box 19 Folder 52 Hotel Paradiso by Peter Glenville. May 18-19, 1964. Directed by William Pullinsi – Programs
Box 19 Folder 53 The Flowering Peach by Clifford Odets. May 21-22, 1964. Directed by Robert Feingold – Programs
Box 19 Folder 54 Middle of the Night by Paddy Chaevsky. May 20-23, 1964. Directed by Joseph Sax, sets designed by Ford Larsen, lighting by Jerrold Gorrell – Programs
Box 19 Folder 55 The World of Sholom Aleichem. [1963-1964]. Directed by William Pullinsi – Program

1963-1964 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 19 Folder 56 General promotional material
Box 19 Folder 57 Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, adapted by Charlotte Chorpenning. October 12-December 15, 1963. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by J. van Eyck, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis – Cast and crew list, press releases and promotional material, programs
Box 19 Folder 58 Alice in Wonderland – Script: Alice's Adventures Through the Looking Glass, adapted for television by Anne Nicholson, and directed by Joseph Slowick for "Goodman Theatre Presents"
Oversize Folder 11 Alice in Wonderland – Scenic plans
Photo Box 53 Folders 21-35 Alice in Wonderland – 15 photographs/negatives
Box 19 Folder 59 Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates by Bruce Millan. December 21, 1963-January 26, 1964. Directed by James Bertholf, sets by Bruce Koenig, costumes by Heidimarie Rosendahl, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Susan Rae – Correspondence, budget, press release and promotional material, clippings, programs
Oversize Folder 11 Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates – Scenic plans
Photo Box 53 Folders 36-41 Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates – 6 photographs
Box 19 Folder 60 Treasure Island by Dorothy Drew. February 1-March 22, 1964. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Ford Larsen, costumes by Patricia Taxman, lights by Erwin Schroeter, choreography by Frances Allis – Correspondence, budget, promotional materials, clippings, and programs
Box 19 Folder 61 Treasure Island – Script: excerpts adapted for broadcast on WTTW, Chicago (parts of Treasure Island were televised on February 4, 18, and March 3, 1964, 5:30 p.m., WTTW-Channel 11 through the cooperation of the Milk Fund)
Oversize Folder 11 Treasure Island – Scenic plans
Photo Box 53 Folders 42-47 Treasure Island – 6 photographs
Box 19 Folder 62 Puss in Boots, dramatized by Rowena Bennett. March 28-May 24, 1964. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by John Van Eyck, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by Alfred Jutzi, choreography by Frances Allis – Press release and promotional material, programs
Oversize Folder 11 Puss in Boots – Scenic plans
Photo Box 53 Folders 48-52 Puss in Boots – 5 photographs

1964-19565 Season, Subscription Series

Box 20 Folder 1 Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 2 Excerpts from reviews
Box 20 Folder 3 The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Giraudoux, translated by Maurice Valency. October 23-November 14, 1964. Directed by John Reich, sets designed by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by Uta Olson, music by Albert Hague, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, ...starring Zoe Caldwell, with Sue Ann Park – Correspondence
Box 20 Folder 4 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Research
Box 20 Folder 5 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Budget and related memo
Box 20 Folder 6 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 12)
Box 20 Folder 7 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Research, rough sketches and production notes on scene design
Box 20 Folder 8 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Music cues
Box 20 Folder 9 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 10 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Reviews and clippings
Box 20 Folder 11 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Programs
Oversize Box 1 The Madwoman of Chaillot – Poster
Photo Box 54 Folders 1-3 The Madwoman of Chaillot – 3 photographs/negatives
Box 20 Folder 12 Macbeth by William Shakespeare. November 27-December 20, 1964. Directed by Sam Wanamaker, Patrick Henry as associate director, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Yvonne Bronowicz, lights by G.E. Naselius, music by Donald Andrus, ...starring Sam Wanamaker, with Lillian Evans – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 12)
Box 20 Folder 13 Macbeth – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 14 Macbeth – Reviews and clippings
Box 20 Folder 15 Macbeth – Programs
Photo Box 54 Folders 4-20 Macbeth – 17 photographs/negatives
Box 20 Folder 16 The Ballad of the Sad Cafe by Carson McCullers, adapted for the stage by Edward Albee. January 8-30, 1965. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets designed by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by Heidimarie Rosendahl, lighting designed by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Donald Davis – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 17 The Ballad of the Sad Cafe – Reviews and clippings
Box 20 Folder 18 The Ballad of the Sad Cafe – Programs
Oversize Box 1 The Ballad of the Sad Cafe – Poster
Photo Box 54 Folders 21-40 The Ballad of the Sade Cafe – 20 photographs
Box 20 Folder 19 Rashomon by Ryunosoke Akutagawa, adapted for the stage by Fay and Michael Kanin. [1964-1965]. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Kurt Wilhelm, lights by G.E. Naselius, music by Lawrence Rosenthal, ...starring Douglas Rain – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 12)
Box 20 Folder 20 Rashomon – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 21 Rashomon – Programs
Box 20 Folder 22 Rashomon – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Box 1 Rashomon – Poster
Photo Box 54 Folders 41-47 Rashomon – 7 photographs/negatives
Box 20 Folder 23 The Barretts of Wimpole Street by Rudolf Besier. March 26-April 16, 1965. Directed by Brenda Forbes, sets designed by Neil Jampolis, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Leora Dana, with Maurice Copeland – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 12)
Box 20 Folder 24 The Barretts of Wimpole Street – Prop lists
Box 20 Folder 25 The Barretts of Wimpole Street – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 26 The Barretts of Wimpole Street – Reviews and clippings
Box 20 Folder 27 The Barretts of Wimpole Street – Programs
Oversize Box 1 The Barretts of Wimpole Street – Poster
Photo Box 54 Folders 48-60 The Barretts of Wimpole Street – 13 photographs
Box 20 Folder 28 Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, dramatized by James Goodwin and Eugenie Leontovich. May 7-29, 1965. Directed by Eugenie Leontovich with Joseph Slowik, sets by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by Alvin Colt, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Dolores Sutton – Prop lists
Box 20 Folder 29 Anna Karenina – Floor plans and elevations (See: Oversize Folder 12)
Box 20 Folder 30 Anna Karenina – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 31 Anna Karenina – Reviews and clippings
Box 20 Folder 32 Anna Karenina – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Anna Karenina – Poster
Photo Box 55 Folders 1-16 Anna Karenina – 16 photographs

1964-1965 Season, Studio

Box 20 Folder 33 Bedlam Galore, for Two or More and Jack, or The Submission by Eugene Ionesco. October 26-29, 1964. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets and costumes by designed by Kurt Wilhelm – Programs
Oversize Folder 13 Bedlam Galore, for Two or More and Jack, or The Submission – Floor plans
Photo Box 55 Folders 17-18 Bedlam Galore, for Two or More and Jack, of The Submission – 2 photographs
Box 20 Folder 34 To Damascus by August Strindberg. November 18-21, 1964. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by Thomas Dorwart, lighting by Margaret Danielson – Programs
Photo Box 55 Folders 19-20 The Damascus – 2 photographs
Box 20 Folder 35 The Miracle Worker by William Gibson. November 30-December 3, 1964. Directed by William Pullinsi, sets by Reid Carlson, lights by Richard Cortright, costumes by James Larsen – Programs
Box 20 Folder 36 The Days and Nights of Beebee Fenstermaker by William Snyder. January 11-12, 1965. Directed by Herb Felsenfeld – Program
Box 20 Folder 37 He Who Gets Slapped by Leonid Andreyev. January 11-14, 1965. Directed by William Pappas, sets and lights by Neil Jampolis, costumes by Kurt Wilhelm – Programs
Photo Box 55 Folders 21-22 He Who Gets Slapped – 2 photographs
Box 20 Folder 38 Professor Taranne by Arthur Adamov. February 22-23, 1965. Directed by Charles Likar, Jr – Programs
Box 20 Folder 39 Ten Blocks on the Camino Real by Tennessee Williams. February 22-25, 1965. Directed by Badry Fareed, sets by Reid Carlson, lights by John Retseck, costumes by Margaret Danielson – Programs
Box 20 Folder 40 U.S.A. by John Dos Passos and Paul Shyre. March 15-18, 1965. An Evening School production directed by Joseph Sax, sets and lights by Joseph Pettit – Programs
Oversize Folder 13 U.S.A. – Scenic plans
Photo Box 55 Folders 23-24 U.S.A. – 2 photographs
Box 20 Folder 41 Four One-Act Plays by Bertolt Brecht: The Jewish Wife, The Exception and the Rule, The Informer, and The Elephant Calf. An Evening School production directed by Joseph Sax, sets by Reid Carlson, lights by Margaret Danielson – Programs and floor plans
Photo Box 55 Folders 25-27 Four One-Act Plays by Bertolt Brecht – 3 photographs
Box 20 Folder 42 Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco. May 17-18, 1965. Directed by Charles Likar, Jr – Programs
Photo Box 55 Folder 28 The Heiress. [1964-1965?] – 1 photograph
Photo Box 55 Folders 29-30 The Sport of My Mad Mother by Ann Jellicoe. [1964-1965?] – 2 photographs
Box 20 Folder 43 Hey You, Lightman by Oliver Hailey. May 24-29, 1965. Directed by Trevellya Ford – Programs

1964-1965 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 20 Folder 44 General press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 45 Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne and Kristin Sergel, music by Allan J. Friedman. October 10-December 13, 1964. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets designed by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by Margaret Danielson, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...with Linda Hunt and Carrie Snodgrass – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 46 Winnie the Pooh – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Winnie the Pooh – Poster
Photo Box 55 Folders 31-36 Winnie the Pooh – 6 photographs
Box 20 Folder 47 The Snow Queen and the Goblin, dramatized by Martha Bennett King, from the Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. December 19, 1964-January 31, 1965. Directed by Bella Itkin, set designs by Neil Jampolis, costumes by Margaret Danielson, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, ...with Linda Hunt – Press releases and promotional material
Box 20 Folder 48 The Snow Queen and the Goblin – Programs
Oversize Box 1 The Snow Queen and the Goblin – Poster
Photo Box 55 Folders 37-48 The Snow Queen and the Goblin – 12 photographs/negatives
Box 20 Folder 49 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp by James Norris. February 6-April 17, 1965. Directed by Joseph Sax, sets by John Retseck, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by Jerrold Gorrell – Production week schedules
Box 20 Folder 50 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – Press release
Box 20 Folder 51 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – Programs
Oversize Folder 14 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – Set designs
Oversize Box 1 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – Poster
Photo Box 55 Folders 49-53 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – 5 photographs
Box 20 Folder 52 The Frog Princess and the Witch by Margery Evernden. April 24-May 29, 1965. Directed by Bella Itkin, set designed by John Retseck, costumes by Kurt Wilhelm, lights by Neil Jampolis, choreography by Francis Allis, ...with Linda Hunt – Fabric requisition
Box 20 Folder 53 The Frog Princess and the Witch – Press release
Box 20 Folder 54 The Frog Princess and the Witch – Programs
Oversize Folder 14 The Frog Princess and the Witch – Set designs
Oversize Box 1 The Frog Princess and the Witch – Poster
Photo Box 56 Folders 1-11 The Frog Princess and the Witch – 11 photographs

1964-1965 Season, Special Events

Box 20 Folder 55 Dickens, with Emlyn Williams. November 17-21, 1964 – Correspondence
Box 20 Folder 56 Dickens – Programs and promotional clippings
Photo Box 56 Folders 12-20 Dickens – 9 photographs
Box 20 Folder 57 La Comedie Francaise. October 13-16, 1964 – Set plans (See: Oversize Folder 14)
Photo Box 56 Folders 21-36 La Comedie Francaise – 16 photographs
Box 20 Folder 58 Marian Anderson. February 18, 1965 – House reports and notes
Box 20 Folder 59 Marian Anderson – Clippings, promotional material
Box 20 Folder 60 Marian Anderson – Programs

1965-1966 Season, Subscription Series

Box 21 Folder 1 Press releases and promotional material
Box 21 Folder 2 Excerpts from reviews
Box 21 Folder 3 The Cocktail Party by T.S. Eliot. October 22-[?], 1965. Directed by John Reich, sets by Richard Kent Wilcox, women's costumes by Russell Kohn and Millie Oppenheimer, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Robert Flemyng, with Brenda Forbes – Technical notes
Box 21 Folder 4 The Cocktail Party – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 16)
Box 21 Folder 5 The Cocktail Party – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 21 Folder 6 The Cocktail Party – Press releases and promotional material
Box 21 Folder 7 The Cocktail Party – Programs
Box 21 Folder 8 The Cocktail Party – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 57 Folders 1-15 The Cocktail Pary – 15 photographs
Box 21 Folder 9 The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare. November 26-[?], 1965. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, masks by Patrick Henry, choreography by Frances Allis, music by John Towney, ...starring Leo Ciceri, with Linda Hunt – Programs and promotional material
Box 21 Folder 10 The Winter's Tale – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Box 1 The Winter’s Tale – Poster
Photo Box 57 Folders 16-21 The Winter’s Tale – 6 photographs
Box 21 Folder 11 The Pedestrian in the Air (Le Pieton de l'Air) by Eugene Ionesco, translated by Donald Watson. American Premiere, January 7-[?], 1966. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Alvin Epstein – Script
Box 21 Folder 12 The Pedestrian in the Air (Le Pieton de l'Air) – Technical notes
Box 21 Folder 13 The Pedestrian in the Air (Le Pieton de l'Air) – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 16)
Box 21 Folder 14 The Pedestrian in the Air (Le Pieton de l'Air) – Press releases and promotional material
Box 21 Folder 15 The Pedestrian in the Air (Le Pieton de l'Air) – Reviews and clippings
Box 21 Folder 16 The Pedestrian in the Air (Le Pieton de l'Air) – Programs
Oversize Box 1 The Pedestrian in the Air (Le Pieton de l’Air) – Poster
Photo Box 57 Folders 22-27 The Pedestrian in the Air – 6 photographs
Box 21 Folder 17 Dylan by Sidney Michaels. February [?], 1966. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by George Pettit, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Jerome Kilty – Technical notes
Box 21 Folder 18 Dylan – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 16)
Box 21 Folder 19 Dylan – Press releases and promotional material
Box 21 Folder 20 Dylan – Programs
Box 21 Folder 21 Dylan – Reviews
Oversize Box 1 Dylan – Poster
Photo Box 57 Folders 28-36 Dylan – 9 photographs
Box 21 Folder 22 The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. March [?], 1966. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets designed by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by Kurt Wilhelm, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Edward Binn and Eugenie Leontovich, with Beverly Younger and Carrie Snodgrass – Technical notes
Box 21 Folder 23 The Skin of Our Teeth – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 16)
Box 21 Folder 24 The Skin of Our Teeth – Press releases and promotional material
Box 21 Folder 25 The Skin of Our Teeth – Reviews and clippings
Box 21 Folder 26 The Skin of Our Teeth – Programs
Photo Box 57 Folders 37-48 The Skin of Our Teeth – 12 photographs/negatives
Oversize Box 1 The Skin of Our Teeth – Poster
Box 21 Folder 27 Galileo by Bertolt Brecht, last version of the play translated by Desmond I. Vesey. May [?], 1966. Directed by Howard da Silva, sets by James Maronek, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, music by Hans Eisler and William Mathieus, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Morris Carnovsky, with Maurice Copeland – Prop list
Box 21 Folder 28 Galileo – Floor plans (See: Oversize Folder 16)
Box 21 Folder 29 Galileo – Press releases and promotional material
Box 21 Folder 30 Galileo – Programs
Box 21 Folder 31 Galileo – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Box 1 Galileo – Poster
Photo Box 58 Folders 1-25 Galileo – 25 photographs/negatives

1965-1966 Season, Studio

Box 22 Folder 1 Alcestis by Euripides. October 25-28, 1965. Directed by Charles Likar, Jr., sets and costumes by Kurt Wilhelm, lights by Woolley – Programs
Photo Box 58 Folders 26-28 Alcestis – 3 photographs
Box 22 Folder 2 The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca. November 29-December 2, 1965. Directed by William Pappas, sets by Reid Carlson, costumes by Joan Kleinbard, lights by Carmine Picarella,...with Carrie Snodgrass – Programs
Photo Box 58 Folders 39-30 The House of Bernarda Alba – 2 photographs
Box 22 Folder 3 The Crucible by Arthur Miller. January 10-13, 1966. Directed by Robert Loxley, sets by Erwin Schroeter, costumes by James Larsen, lights by Frank Kaufman – Programs
Photo Box 58 Folders 31-32 The Crucible – 2 photographs
Box 22 Folder 4 Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters, adapted by Charles Aidman. February 21-24, 1966. Directed by Robert Steinhauer, sets by Thomas Dorwart, costumes by Marianne Powell, lights by Richard Cortright – Programs
Photo Box 58 Folders 33-34 Spoon River Anthology – 2 photographs
Box 22 Folder 5 Summer of the Seventeenth Doll by Ray Lawler. April 4-5, 1966. Directed by Khalid Rahman – Program
Box 22 Folder 6 Many Moons by James Thurber, adapted by Charlotte Chorpenning. May 9-10, 1966. Directed by Jean Thornton, ...with Carrie Snodgrass – Programs
Box 22 Folder 7 Activents and Happenchances – a Celebritual for 10/130; I Have a Lady in the Balcony, Doctor!; Focus! Bofus?; and US(-a). [May 16-19, 1966]. Directed by Patrick Henry – Programs

1965-1966 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 22 Folder 8 General promotional material and press releases
Box 22 Folder 9 Summer Theatre Programs: press releases, clippings, and teacher's guides
Box 22 Folder 10 The Wind in the Willows by Joseph Baldwin, adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame. October 9-December 12, 1965. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designs by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...with Carrie Snodgrass – Script
Box 22 Folder 11 The Wind in the Willows – Prop lists
Box 22 Folder 12 The Wind in the Willows – Sketches (See: Oversize Folder 15)
Box 22 Folder 13 The Wind in the Willows – Programs
Box 22 Folder 14 The Wind in the Willows – Miscellany
Photo Box 58 Folders 35-47 The Wind in the Willows – 13 photographs
Box 22 Folder 15 Rapunzel and the Witch by Jack Melanos. December 18, 1965-March 6, 1966. Directed by Charles Likar, Jr., sets by George Pettit, costume design by Kurt Wilhelm, lights by Tom Bartlett – Prop lists
Box 22 Folder 16 Rapunzel and the Witch – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 15)
Box 22 Folder 17 Rapunzel and the Witch – Press releases
Box 22 Folder 18 Rapunzel and the Witch – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Rapunzel and the Witch – Poster
Photo Box 58 Folders 48-51 Rapunzel and the Witch – 4 photographs
Box 22 Folder 19 Peter Pan by James M. Barrie. March 12-May 29, 1966. Directed by Bella Itkin, set designs by Reid Carlson, costumes by James Larsen, lighting by John Woolley, ...starring Linda Hunt, with Carrie Snodgrass – Prop list
Box 22 Folder 20 Peter Pan – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 15)
Box 22 Folder 21 Peter Pan – Press releases
Box 22 Folder 22 Peter Pan – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Peter Pan – Poster
Photo Box 59 Folders 1-9 Peter Pan – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 22 Folder 23 Reynard the Fox by Arthur Fauquez. June 27-August 20, 1966. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by G.E. Naselius – Correspondence
Box 22 Folder 24 Reynard the Fox – Programs (photocopies)
Box 22 Folder 25 Hansel and Gretel by William Glennon. June 28-August 20, 1966. Directed by William Bennett Steinhauer, sets designed by Richard Kent Wilcox, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...with Carrie Snodgrass – Correspondence
Box 22 Folder 26 Hansel and Gretel – Clipping
Box 22 Folder 27 Hansel and Gretel – Program
Photo Box 59 Folders 10-14 Hansel and Gretel – 5 photographs

1965-1966 Season, Special Events

Box 22 Folder 28 The Misanthrope by Moliere, translated by Richard Wilbur. University of Chicago Professional Theatre Program, at the Law School Auditorium of the University of Chicago, [1965-1966]. Directed and produced by John Reich, sets by James Maronek, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, ...with George Grizzard and Barbara Boxley – Reviews, clippings, and programs
Oversize Folder 16 The Misanthrope – Set designs
Photo Box 59 Folders 15-16 The Misanthrope – 2 photographs

1967-1968 Season, Subscription Series

Box 23 Folder 1 Press releases and promotional material
Box 23 Folder 2 Excerpts from reviews
Box 23 Folder 3 Production schedules and staffing
Box 23 Folder 4 The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat, as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade by Peter Weiss. October 21-November 16, 1966. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Frances Allis, music by Richard Peaslee, ...co-starring Jerome Kilty and James Ray – Correspondence
Box 23 Folder 5 The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat, as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 18)
Box 23 Folder 6 The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat, as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade – Press release and promotional material
Box 23 Folder 7 The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat, as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade – Reviews and clippings
Box 23 Folder 8 The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat, as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade – Programs
Photo Box 59 Folders 17-34 The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat, as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade – 18 photographs/negatives
Box 23 Folder 9 Tartuffe by Moliere, translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur. November 25-December 18, 1966. Directed by John Reich, sets by George Pettit, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting designed by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Jerome Kilty, with Edgar Daniels, Sue Ann Park, and Carrie Snodgrass – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 18)
Box 23 Folder 10 Tartuffe – Press releases and promotional material
Box 23 Folder 11 Tartuffe – Programs
Photo Box 59 Folders 35-37 Tartuffe – 3 photographs
Box 23 Folder 12 The Eccentricities of a Nightingale (rewritten version of Summer and Smoke) by Tennessee Williams. World Premiere, January 13¬February 5, 1967. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Marc Cohen, costumes by Marna King, lights by G.E. Naselius, ...starring Dolores Sutton and Lee Richardson, with Beverly Younger – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 18)
Box 23 Folder 13 The Eccentricities of a Nightingale – Press releases and promotional material
Box 23 Folder 14 The Eccentricities of a Nightingale – Programs
Photo Box 59 Folders 38-52 The Eccentricities of a Nightingale – 15 photographs
Phot Box 59 Folder 53 The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, rehearsal – 1 photograph
Box 23 Folder 15 Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. February 17-[?], 1967. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by George Pettit, costumes by Uta Olson, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, music by Nina Reta, ...co-starring Carrie Nye and James Ray, with Vincent Park – Press releases and promotional material
Box 23 Folder 16 Much Ado About Nothing – Reviews and clippings
Box 23 Folder 17 Much Ado About Nothing – Programs
Photo Box 60 Folders 1-22 Much Ado About Nothing – 22 photographs
Box 23 Folder 18 A Dream Play by August Strindberg, new translation by Evert Sprinchorn, verse scenes adapted by Lisel Mueller. World Premiere of Translation, March 31¬April 23, 1967. Directed by John Reich, production designed by James Maronek, costumes by Marna King, lights and choreography by Frances Allis, ...starring Gloria Foster with Frank Savino – Script: Annotated Goodman Theatre Acting Version, by John Reich
Box 23 Folder 19 A Dream Play – Prop list
Box 23 Folder 20 A Dream Play – Floor plans
Box 23 Folder 21 A Dream Play – Press releases and promotional material
Box 23 Folder 22 A Dream Play – Reviews and clippings
Box 23 Folder 23 A Dream Play – Programs
Photo Box 60 Folders 23-33 A Dream Play – 11 photographs
Box 23 Folder 24 Oh, What a Lovely War, by Joan Littlewood's Theatre Workshop. May 5-28, 1967. Directed by Patrick Henry, set designs by Marc Cohen, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by John Cina, ...starring Terry Lomax – Script
Box 23 Folder 25 Oh, What a Lovely War – Prop list
Box 23 Folder 26 Oh, What a Lovely War – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 18)
Box 23 Folder 27 Oh, What a Lovely War – Press releases and promotional material
Box 23 Folder 28 Oh, What a Lovely War – Programs
Photo Box 60 Folders 34-53 Oh, What a Lovely War – 19 photographs/negatives

1966-1967 Season, Studio

Box 23 Folder 29 Auto-da-Fe, The Gnadiges Fraulein, and The Long Stay Cut Short by Tennessee Williams. October 24-30, 1966. Directed by Robert Leonard, sets by Michael Latoria, costumes by James Larsen, lighting by David Barton – Programs
Photo Box 60 Folders 53-57 Auto-da-Fe, The Gnadiges and The Long Stay Cut Short – 5 photographs
Box 23 Folder 30 Three One-Acts: The Romantics, by Mike Kactschman and directed by Ginger Flick; Pigeons, by Lawrence Osgood and directed by Martin Brenzell; and Ginger Anne, by Deric Washburn and directed by Al Fenske. December 1-2, 1966 – Program
Box 23 Folder 31 The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch by James L. Roseberg. World Premiere, January 16-22, 1967. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Thomas Clark, costumes by Marianne Powell, lighting by Edgar Swift – Programs
Box 23 Folder 32 The Long Christmas Dinner by Thornton Wilder. January 16-17, 1967. Directed by John Towey, ...with Carrie Snodgrass – Programs
Box 23 Folder 33 The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold. February 20-26, 1967. Directed by Robert Leonard, sets by Mary Feindt, costumes by James Larsen, lighting by Len Sherwin – Programs
Photo Box 60 Folders 58-59 The Chalk Garden – 2 photographs
Box 23 Folder 34 Chamber Music by Arthur Kopit. February 27, 1967. Directed by Martin Brezell – Programs
Box 23 Folder 35 And So to Bed by J.B. Fagan. May 8-14, 1967. Directed by Eugenie Leontovich, sets designed by Linda Wukovich, costumes by Marcy Stein, lighting by Lawrence Dean – Programs
Photo Box 60 Folders 60-61 And So to Bed – 2 photographs

1966-1967 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 23 Folder 36 General promotional material
Box 23 Folder 37 The Puppet Prince, or Nicolo and Nicollette by Alan Cullen. October 8-December 11, 1966. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Thomas Dorwart, costumes by Karen Cahill, lighting by Robert Cortright, choreography by Frances Allis – Press release, programs
Oversize Folder 17 The Puppet Prince, or Nicolo and Nicollette – Floor plans
Photo Box 61 Folders 1-17 The Puppet Prince, Nicolo and Nicollette – 17 photographs
Box 23 Folder 38 Androcles and the Lion by Aurand Harris. December 17, 1966-March 12, 1967. Directed by Paul Sills, sets designed by Thomas Dorwart, costumes by Marianne Powell, lights by Frank Kaufman, music adapted from the original score of Glenn Mack – Press releases and promotional material, programs
Oversize Folder 17 Androcles and the Lion – Scenic plans
Oversize Box 1 Androcles and the Lion – Poster
Photo Box 61 Folders 18-25 Androcles and the Lion – 8 photographs
Box 23 Folder 39 Jack and the Beanstalk, dramatized by Charlotte Chorpenning. March 18-May 28, 1967. Directed by Bella Itkin, set design by Tom Clark, costumes by James Larsen, lights by Carmen Picarello, choreography by Frances Allis
Photo Box 61 Folders 26-39 Jack and the Beanstalk – 14 photographs
Box 23 Folder 40 The Dancing Donkey, by Erik Vos and directed by Bella Itkin (with Carrie Snodgrass), and The Unwicked Witch, by Madge Miller and directed by Robert Leonard. July 5-September 3, 1967. Scene design by Marc Cohen, costume design by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by G.E. Naselius. Music by John Towey – Programs
Oversize Folder 17 The Dancing Donkey and The Unwicked Witch – Floor plans
Photo Box 61 Folders 40-42 The Unwicked Witch – 3 photographs

1966-1967 Season, Special Events

Box 23 Folder 41 Of What Use is a Serious Theatre, a lecture by Tyrone Guthrie. February 12, 1967 – Press release

1967-1968 Season, Subscription Series

Box 24 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 24 Folder 2 Excerpts from Reviews
Box 24 Folder 3 The Miser by Moliere, translated by George Gravely. October 20-November 15, 1967. Directed by John Reich, sets designed by Marc Cohen, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by Edgar Swift, ...starring Bramwell Fletcher, with Donna Holabird – Floor plans (See: Oversize Folder 20)
Box 24 Folder 4 The Miser – Reviews and clippings
Box 24 Folder 5 The Miser – Programs
The Miser – Oversize Poster Box 1
Photo Box 61 Folders 43-53 The Miser – 11 photographs/negatives
Box 24 Folder 6 The Balcony by Jean Genet, translated by Bernard Frechtman. November 24-December 20, 1967. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Uta Olson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, masks by Bob Hartman, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, ...starring Delphi Lawrence, with Jay Lanin – Pre-production research
Box 24 Folder 7 The Balcony – Floor plan (See: Oversize Folder 20)
Box 24 Folder 8 The Balcony – Costume designs
Box 24 Folder 9 The Balcony – Production assignments and budget
Box 24 Folder 10 The Balcony – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 24 Folder 11 The Balcony – Press release
Box 24 Folder 12 The Balcony – Reviews and clippings
Box 24 Folder 13 The Balcony – Programs
Photo Box 61 Folders 54-58 The Balcony – 5 photographs/negatives
Box 24 Folder 14 Caesar and Cleopatra by George Bernard Shaw. January 12-February 7, 1968. Warren Enters as guest director, sets designed by George Pettit, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by Jerold Gorell, music by Anthony Peraino, ...starring Murray Matheson, with Carrie Snodgrass and Joe Mantegna – Correspondence
Box 24 Folder 15 Caesar and Cleopatra – Floor plans (See: Oversize Folder 20)
Box 24 Folder 16 Caesar and Cleopatra – Technical notes
Box 24 Folder 17 Caesar and Cleopatra – Press releases and promotional material
Box 24 Folder 18 Caesar and Cleopatra – Reviews and clippings
Box 24 Folder 19 Caesar and Cleopatra – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Caesar and Cleopatra – Poster
Photo Box 62 Folders 1-25 Caesar and Cleopatra – 25 photographs/negatives
Box 24 Folder 20 Othello by William Shakespeare. February 16-March 13, 1968. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by James Maronek, costumes by James Larsen, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, ...starring James Earl Jones and Len Cariou – Press releases and promotional material
Box 24 Folder 21 Othello – Reviews and clippings
Box 24 Folder 22 Othello – Programs
Box 24 Folder 23 Othello – Pre-production research
Oversize Box 1 Othello – Poster
Photo Box 62 Folders 26-40 Othello – 15 photographs/negatives
Box 24 Folder 24 A Man's a Man by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Eric Bentley. March 29-April 24, 1968. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lights by G.E. Naselius, music by Joseph Raposo, ...starring Terry Lomax, with Helena Carroll – Correspondence
Box 24 Folder 25 A Man's a Man – Reviews and clippings
Box 24 Folder 26 A Man's a Man – Programs
Box 24 Folder 27 A Man's a Man – Press release
Box 24 Folder 28 A Man's a Man – Pre-production research
Oversize Box 1 A Man's a Man – Poster
Photo Box 62 Folders 41-54 A Man’s a Man – 14 photographs
Box 24 Folder 29 A Flea in Her Ear by Georges Feydeau, translated by John Mortimer. May 3-29, 1968. Warren Enters as guest director, sets by Marc Cohen, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lighting by Jerrold Gorrell, ...starring Hiram Sherman – Correspondence
Box 24 Folder 30 A Flea in Her Ear – Floor plans (See: Oversize Folder 20)
Box 24 Folder 31 A Flea in Her Ear – Press releases and promotional material
Box 24 Folder 32 A Flea in Her Ear – Reviews and clippings
Box 24 Folder 33 A Flea in Her Ear – Programs
Oversize Box 1 A Flea in Her Ear – Box
Photo Box 62 Folders55-73 A Flea in Her Ear – 19 photographs/negatives

1967-1968 Season, Studio

Box 24 Folder 34 All the Way Home, by Tad Mosel, based on the novel A Death in the Family by James Agee. October 23-28, 1967. Warren Enters as guest director, sets by Gary Gorman, costumes by Marcy Stine, lighting by Lawrence Dean, ...with Carrie Snodgrass – Programs
Photo Box 63 Folders 1-10 All the Way Home – 20 photographs
Box 24 Folder 35 The Sea Gull by Anton Chekhov. November 27-December 2, 1967. Directed by Eugenie Leontovich, sets by Mary Feindt, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lighting by Edgar Swift – Programs
Photo Box 63 Folders 11-19 The Sea Gull – 9 photographs
Box 24 Folder 36 The Room (set design by Robert Hartman) and The Collection (sets by Linda Wukovich) by Harold Pinter. January 15-21, 1968. Directed by Joseph Slowik, costumes by Al Tucci, lighting by Gerald Thamm – Programs
Box 24 Folder 37 The Women by Clare Booth Luce. February 19-24, 1968. Directed by Fred Wroblewski, sets designed by Warren Scott, lights by Lymon Dunning, costumes by Bupha Chuvisavaphongh – Programs
Box 24 Folder 38 The Collection by Harold Pinter. March 26, 1968. Directed by John Reich, lighting by Jerrold Gorrell, costumes by Al Tucci – Programs
Box 24 Folder 39 The Dog in the Manger by Lope de Vega. April 1-6, 1968. Directed by Eugenie Leontovich, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by James Larsen, lights by John O'Connor – Programs
Box 24 Folder 40 The Rimers of Eldritch by Lanford Wilson. May 6-11, 1968. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Allan Traynor, costumes by Marcy Stine, lights by Lawrence Dean – Programs
Box 24 Folder 41 Viet Rock by Megan Terry. [April 25, 1968?]. A Sub-Studio production directed by Thomas Racina, ...with Joe Mantegna – Programs

1967-1968 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 24 Folder 42 General promotional material
Box 24 Folder 43 Trudi and the Minstrel by Allen Cullen. October 7-December 10, 1967. Directed by Joseph Slowik, set designed by George Pettit, costumes by James Larsen, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, original music by Carey Gold and Roderick Horn – Floor plans, prop lists, promotional materials, programs
Oversize Box 1 Trudi and the Minstrel – Poster
Photo Box 63 Folders 20-29 Trudi and the Minstrel – 10 photographs
Box 24 Folder 44 The Hare and the Tortoise, or The Great Cross Country Race by Alan Broadhurst. December 16, 1967-March 10, 1968. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Warren Sodt, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Edgar Swift, choreography by Thomas Jaremba – Floor plan, production assignments, clippings, promotional material, programs
Oversize Box 1 The Hare and the Tortoise, or The Great Cross Country Race – Poster
Photo Box 63 Folders 30-42 The Hare and the Tortoise, or The Great Cross Country Race – 13 photographs/negatives
Box 24 Folder 45 A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, adapted for children by Bella Itkin. March 16-May 26, 1968. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets and projections designed by Gary Gorman, costumes by designed by Mary Stine, lights by Lawrence Dean, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, original music and lyrics by Thom Racina – Promotional material, clippings, and programs
Oversize Box 1 A Midsummer Night's Dream – Poster
Photo Box 63 Folders 43-60 A Midsummer Night’s Dream – 18 photographs
Box 24 Folder 46 The Magic Isle by Wesley Van Tassel, with music and lyrics by Mark Ollington, adapted from original commedia materials created by Russell Graves. July 3-August 24, 1968. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Marc Cohen, costumes by D. Hudson Sheffield, lighting by G.E. Naselius, music by Thom Racina – Study guide, promotional material, press release, programs
Oversize Folder 19 The Magic Isle – Floor plans
Oversize Box 1 The Magic Isle – Poster
Photo Box 63 Folders 61-66 The Magic Isle – 6 photographs
Photo Box 64 Folders 1-2 Reynard the Fox. Summer 1968 – 2 photographs

1967-1968 Season, Special Events

Box 24 Folder 47 Bramwell Fletcher as George Bernard Shaw. November 13, 1967 – Promotional material
Box 24 Folder 48 The Vienna Burg Theatre in Der Junge Goethe. March 18-19, 1968 – Correspondence
Box 24 Folder 49 The Vienna Burg Theatre in Der Junge Goethe – Promotional material and reviews
Box 24 Folder 50 The Vienna Burg Theatre in Der Junge Goethe – Script
The Misanthrope by Moliere. At Ravinia, [1967-1968] (See: Oversize Folder 20: Set designs

1968-1969 Season, Subscription Series

Box 25 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 25 Folder 2 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, translated by Lisel Mueller and John Reich. World Premiere in English, October 4-November 2, 1968. Directed by John Reich, sets by James Maronek, costumes by E. Oliver Olsen, costumes by Alicia Finkel, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, lights by G.E. Naselius, music by Robert Lombardo, ...starring Edgar Daniels, with Dina Halpern and Maurice Copeland – Script: Ribbon copy with translation credited to John Reich
Box 25 Folder 3 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World – Script: Master copy with translation credited to Lisel Mueller and John Reich
Box 25 Folder 4 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World – Floor plans and elevations (See: Oversize Folder 23)
Box 25 Folder 5 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 25 Folder 6 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World – Press releases and promotional material
Box 25 Folder 7 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World – Reviews and clippings
Box 25 Folder 8 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World – Programs
Photo Box 64 Folders 3-16 The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World – 14 photographs/negatives
Box 25 Folder 9 The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch by James Rosenberg. November 15-December 14, 1968. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by Marc Cohen, costumes by E. Oliver Olsen, lighting by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, ...starring Jerry Harper, with Win Stracke – Floor plans and elevations (See: Oversize Folder 23)
Box 25 Folder 10 The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 25 Folder 11 The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch – Press releases and promotional material
Box 25 Folder 12 The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch – Reviews and clippings
Box 25 Folder 13 The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch – Programs
Photo Box 64 Folders 17-24 The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch – 8 photographs
Box 25 Folder 14 Red Roses for Me by Sean O'Casey. January 3-February 1, 1969. John O'Shaugnessy as guest director, sets by James Maronek, costumes by E. Oliver Olsen, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, music by Robert Lombardo – Floor plans (See: Oversize Folder 23)
Box 25 Folder 15 Red Roses for Me – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 25 Folder 16 Red Roses for Me – Press releases and promotional material
Box 25 Folder 17 Red Roses for MeA Note on the Play, by John O'Shaugnessy
Box 25 Folder 18 Red Roses for Me – Reviews and clippings
Box 25 Folder 19 Red Roses for Me – Programs
Photo Box 64 Folders 25-51 Red Roses for Me – 27 photographs/negatives
Box 25 Folder 20 Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare. February 14-March 15, 1969. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by Marc Cohen, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lights by G.E. Naselius, music by Kelly Danford, ...with Donald Harron, Clayton Corzatte, and Haskel Gordon – Floor plans and elevations (See: Oversize Folder 23)
Box 25 Folder 21 Measure for Measure – Press releases and promotional material
Box 25 Folder 22 Measure for Measure – Reviews and clippings
Box 25 Folder 23 Measure for Measure – Programs
Photo Box 64 Folders 52-59 Measure for Measure – 8 photographs
Box 25 Folder 24 Tom Paine by Paul Foster. Midwest Premiere, March 28-April 26, 1969. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Jerold Gorell, music by Tom O'Horgan, ...starring Michael Higgins, with Ellen Travolta – Correspondence
Box 25 Folder 25 Tom Paine – Research
Box 25 Folder 26 Tom Paine – Press releases and promotional material
Box 25 Folder 27 Tom Paine – Reviews and clippings
Box 25 Folder 28 Tom Paine – Programs
Oversize Folder 23 Tom Paine – Set designs
Photo Box 25 Folders 1-9 Tom Paine – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 25 Folder 29 The Recruiting Officer by George Farquhar. May 9-June 7, 1969. John Harrison as guest director from London, set designed by James Maronek, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lighting by G.E. Naselius, ...co-starring Ronnie Graham and Jerome Kilty, with Maurice Copeland – Research
Box 25 Folder 30 The Recruiting Officer – Floor plan (See: Oversize Folder 23)
Box 25 Folder 31 The Recruiting Officer – Poster (See: Oversize Folder 21)
Box 25 Folder 32 The Recruiting Officer – Press releases and promotional material
Box 25 Folder 33 The Recruiting Officer – Reviews and clippings
Box 25 Folder 34 The Recruiting Officer – Programs
Photo Box 65 Folders 10-26 The Recruiting Officer – 17 photographs/negatives

1968-1969 Season, Studio

Box 26 Folder 1 The Firebugs by Max Frisch. Midwest Premiere, October 7-12, 1968. John O'Shaugnessy as guest director, sets by Alan Traynor, costumes by Al Tucci, lights by Gerald Thamm – Production assignment sheets and programs
Box 26 Folder 2 The Firebugs – Correspondence
Box 26 Folder 3 The Great Git-Away by Romeo Muller. World Premiere, November 18-23, 1968. Directed by Patrick Henry, lighting designed by Bengt Nygren, costumes by Jeanne Sinclaire – Program
Photo Box 65 Folder 27 The Great Git-Away – 1 photograph
Box 26 Folder 4 Eh? by Henry Livings. February 17-22, 1969. Directed by Jay Jans, sets by Oseloka Osadebe, costumes by Bupha Chuvisavaphong, lights by Robert McLay – Programs and production assignment sheets
Photo Box 65 Folder 28 Eh? – 1 photograph
Box 26 Folder 5 Brecht on Brecht by George Tabori. April 1-5, 1969. Directed by Lewis Musil, sets by Norbert Fend, costumes by Madeline Grigg, lights by Frank Warner – Programs and correspondence
Box 26 Folder 6 After the Fall by Arthur Miller. [1969]. Directed by Alice Cohen, sets by Oseloka Osadebe, costumes by Al Tucci, lighting by Joseph Pohnan, ...with Guy Giarrizzo – Program
Oversize Folder 23 After the Fall – Set designs
Photo Box 65 Folders 29-31 After the Fall – 3 photographs
Box 26 Folder 7 Red Cross by Sam Shepard. April 7, 1969. Directed by Grace Dacanay – Program

1968-1969 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 26 Folder 8 General promotional material
Box 26 Folder 9 Tanuki, the Mischievous Raccoon by Clive Rickabaugh. World Premiere, September 21-December 15, 1968. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Bupha Chuvisavaphong, lights by Gerald Thamm, choreography by Shiro Katagiri, ...with Guy Giarrizzo, and Joe Mantegna – Press releases and promotional material, clippings, programs
Oversize Box 1 Tanuki, the Mischievous Raccoon – Poster
Photo Box 65 Folders 32-38 Tanuki, the Mischievous Raccoon – 7 photographs
Box 26 Folder 10 The Man in the Moon, or A Trip to the Moon by Alan Cullen. December 21, 1968-March 9, 1969. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets by Alan Traynor, costumes by Albert Tucci, lights by Lyman Dunning, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, music by Kelly Danford, ...with Guy Giarrizzo and Joseph Mantegna – Press releases and promotional material, programs
Oversize Folder 22 The Man in the Moon, or A Trip to the Moon – Set designs
Oversize Box 1 The Man in the Moon, or A Trip to the Moon – Poster
Photo Box 65 Folders 39-61 The Man in the Moon, or A Trip to the Moon – 23 photographs
Box 26 Folder 11 Don Quixote de la Mancha – Press releases and promotional material, reviews and clippings, programs
Oversize Box 1 Don Quixote de la Mancha – Poster
Oversize Folder 22 Don Quixote de la Mancha – Set designs
Photo Box 65 Folders 62-66 Don Quixote de la Mancha – 5 photographs
Box 26 Folder 12 The Canterville Ghost, dramatized by Darwin Reid Payne, from a short story by Oscar Wilde. July 8- August 16, 1969. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, Act II ballet choreographed by Joseph Kuzniar, ...with Joe Mantegna – Actor sheets and cast list
Box 26 Folder 13 The Canterville Ghost – Script
Box 26 Folder 14 The Canterville Ghost – Press releases, programs, promotional material, reviews and clippings
Oversize Box 1 The Canterville Ghost – Poster
Photo Box 65 Folders 67-69 The Canterville Ghost – 3 photographs/negatives

1969-1970 Season, Subscription Series

Box 26 Folder 15 General press releases and promotional material
Box 26 Folder 16 General clippings
Box 26 Folder 17 Soldiers by Rolf Hochhuth. October 20-November 23, 1969. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lighting designed by G.E. Naselius, scenery painted by Robert Moody – Pre-production research
Box 26 Folder 18 Soldiers – Production Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes
Box 26 Folder 19 Soldiers – Production Stage Manager's Book: Script (incomplete)
Box 26 Folder 20 Soldiers – Script
Box 26 Folder 21 Soldiers – Technical notes
Box 26 Folder 22 Soldiers – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 26a)
Box 26 Folder 23 Soldiers – Press releases and promotional material
Box 26 Folder 24 Soldiers – Reviews and clippings
Box 26 Folder 25 Soldiers – Programs
Oversize Folder 24 Soldiers – Poster
Photo Box 66 Folders 1-19 Soldiers – 19 photographs
Box 27 Folder 1 You Can't Take It With You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. December 1-21, 1969. Directed by Edward Payson Call, sets by Marc Cohen, costume design by Virgil Johnson, lighting by G.E. Naselius, scenery painted by Robert Moody – Correspondence and pre-production research (July 23-November 6, 1969)
Box 27 Folder 2 You Can't Take It With You – Annotated script
Box 27 Folder 3 You Can't Take It With You – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 26a)
Box 27 Folder 4 You Can't Take It With You – Technical notes
Box 27 Folder 5 You Can't Take It With You – Press releases and promotional material
Box 27 Folder 6 You Can't Take It With You – Reviews and clippings
Box 27 Folder 7 You Can't Take It With You – Programs
Photo Box 66 Folders 20-41 You Can’t Take It With You – 22 photographs
Box 27 Folder 8 The Tempest by William Shakespeare. January 19-February 22, 1970. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Alicia Finkel, scenery painted by Robert Moody, choreography by Wilbert Bradley, original music and electronic effects by Robert Lombardo, lighting design by Jerold Gorrell – Annotated script, with technical notes
Box 27 Folder 9 The Tempest – Musical scores
Box 27 Folder 10 The Tempest – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 26a)
Box 27 Folder 11 The Tempest – Watercolor prop sketch (See: Oversize Folder 26a)
Box 27 Folder 12 The Tempest – Technical notes
Box 27 Folder 13 The Tempest – Press releases and promotional material
Box 27 Folder 14 The Tempest – Reviews and clippings
Box 27 Folder 15 The Tempest – Programs
Box 27 Folder 16 The Tempest – Correspondence
Photo Box 67 Folders 1-71 The Tempest – 71 photographs/negatives
Box 28 Folder 1 The Basement (directed by Joseph Slowik) and The Tea Party (directed by Patrick Henry) by Harold Pinter. March 2-April 5, 1970. Sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Al Tucci, lights by G.E. Naselius – Correspondence (April 18, 1969-February 12, 1970)
Box 28 Folder 2 The Basement – Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes
Box 28 Folder 3 The Basement – Stage Manager's Book: Script
Box 28 Folder 4 The Basement – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 26b)
Box 28 Folder 5 The Basement – Floor plans and shift plots
Box 28 Folder 6 The Basement – Technical notes
Box 28 Folder 7 The Basement – Press releases and promotional material
Box 28 Folder 8 The Basement –Reviews and clippings
Box 28 Folder 9 The Basement – Programs
Photo Box 68 Folders 1-80 The Basement – 80 photographs/negatives
Photo Box 69 Folders 1-20 The Basement – 20 photographs/negatives
Box 28 Folder 10 The Man in the Glass Booth by Robert Shaw. April 13-May 17, 1970. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets designed by James Maronek, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lights by G.E. Naselius, Robert Moody as scenic artist – Stage Manager's Book: Script
Box 28 Folder 11 The Man in the Glass Booth – Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes
Box 28 Folder 12 The Man in the Glass Booth – Technical notes
Box 28 Folder 13 The Man in the Glass Booth – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 26b)
Box 28 Folder 14 The Man in the Glass Booth – Promotional material
Box 28 Folder 15 The Man in the Glass Booth – Reviews and clippings
Box 28 Folder 16 The Man in the Glass Booth – Programs
Photo Box 69 Folders 21-81 The Man in the Glass Booth – 61 photographs/negatives
Box 28 Folder 17 Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw. May 25-June 28, 1970. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets designed by Marc Cohen, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, Robert Moody as scenic artist – Correspondence
Box 28 Folder 18 Heartbreak House – Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes and script, Act I
Box 28 Folder 19 Heartbreak House – Stage Manager's Book: Script, Acts II and III
Box 28 Folder 20 Heartbreak House – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 26b)
Box 28 Folder 21 Heartbreak House – Technical notes
Box 28 Folder 22 Heartbreak House – Promotional material
Box 28 Folder 23 Heartbreak House – Reviews and clippings
Box 28 Folder 24 Heartbreak House – Programs
Photo Box 70 Folders 1-74 Heartbreak House – 74 photographs/negatives

1969-1970 Season, Studio

Box 29 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 29 Folder 2 Actors' biographies
Box 29 Folder 3 The Marowitz Hamlet by Charles Marowitz. October 12-18, 1969. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets and lights by Herbert Schmoll, costumes by Madeline Grigg, music by Walter Lowe – Reviews
Box 29 Folder 4 The Marowitz Hamlet – Programs
Photo Box 71 Folder 1 The Marowitz Hamlet – 1 photograph
Box 29 Folder 5 Times Square, by Leonard Melfi and directed by Grace Dacanay; and Chicago by Sam Shepard, and directed by Alice Cohen. October 27-30, 1969. Sets and lights by Frank Bradley, costumes by Al Tucci, ...with Guy Giarrizzo – Press releases and promotional material, clipping, program
Photo Box 71 Folders 2-3 Times Square – 2 photographs
Box 29 Folder 6 Impressions of Grotowski by Joseph Slowik. November 20-29, 1969 – Program
Box 29 Folder 7 The Empire Builders by Boris Vian. December 8-11, 1969. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Norbert Fencl, costumes by Daniel Pugh, lighting by Joe Pohnan, choreography by Thomas Jaremba – Program
Box 29 Folder 8 Celebration by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt. January 11-17, 1970. Directed by Thom Racina, sets by Frank Bradley, lights by Bengt Nygren, costumes by Al Tucci and Ferruccio Garavaglia, choreography by Joel Kazar – Press release and programs
Box 29 Folder 9 A Cry of Players by William Gibson. February 22-28, 1970. Directed by Jack Jones, sets designed by Marc Cohen, costumes by Daniel Pugh, lights by Wayne Tignor, ...with Guy Giarrizzo and Bruce Boxleitner – Promotional material and program
Photo Box 71 Folders 4-7 A Cry of the Players – 4 photographs
Box 29 Folder 10 Summertree by Ron Cowen. March 15-21, 1970. Directed by Gene Falcetta, sets by Frank Bradley, costumes by Sam Smith – Promotional material and program
Box 29 Folder 11 Many Loves by William Carlos Williams. March 15-21, 1970. Directed by Charles McGaw, lights by John Nathan, costumes by Daniel Pugh, ...with Bruce Boxleitner – Program
Box 29 Folder 12 Circus Minimus – Promotional material
Box 29 Folder 13 Circus Minimus – Program

1969-1970 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 29 Folder 14 General promotional material
Box 29 Folder 15 Rumpelstiltskin by Wesley Van Tassel. October 11-December 21, 1969. Directed by Bella Itkin, musical direction by Kelly Danford, sets by Oseloka Osadebe, costumes by Al Tucci, lights by John Nathan, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, ...with Bruce Boxleitner – Script
Box 29 Folder 16 Rumpelstiltskin – Prop lists, floor plans and elevations (See: Oversize Folder 25)
Box 29 Folder 17 Rumpelstiltskin – Actors' biographies, press releases, promotional material, clippings, and programs
Photo Box 71 Folders 8-13 Rumpelstiltskin – 6 photographs
Box 29 Folder 18 Robin Hood by James Norris. January 3-March 22, 1970. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets designed by Oseloka Osadebe, costumes by Madeline Grigg, lights by Herbert Schmoll, fight scenes staged by Michael Galson, ...with Guy Giarrizzo and Bruce Boxleitner – Annotated script
Box 29 Folder 19 Robin Hood – Prop list, floor plans and elevations (See: Oversize Folder 25)
Box 29 Folder 20 Robin Hood – Actors' biographies, press releases, promotional material, clippings, and programs
Photo Box 71 Folders 14-35 Robin Hood – 22 photographs
Box 29 Folder 21 A Doctor in Spite of Himself, adapted by Aurand Harris from Moliere. March 28-May 24, 1970. Directed by Bella Itkin, set designed by Norman Fencl, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Joseph Pohnan, music by John Hogan, Henry Moran and James Pobiega – Script
Box 29 Folder 22 A Doctor in Spite of Himself – Prop list and floor plans (See: Oversize Folder 25)
Box 29 Folder 23 A Doctor in Spite of Himself – Press release, promotional material, teacher's guide, programs
Oversize Box 1 A Doctor in Spite of Himself – Poster
Box 29 Folder 24 The Panda and the Spy by Mary Virginia Heinlein. July 7-August 8, 1970. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Daniel Pugh, lights by G.E. Naselius, Robert Moody as scenic artist – Press releases and promotional material, teacher's guides, programs
Oversize Folder 25 The Panda and the Spy – Set designs
Photo Box 71 Folders 40-43 The Panda and the Spy – 4 photographs

1969-1970 Season, Special Events

Box 29 Folder 25 Lillian Gish and the Movies. September 30-October 4, 1969 – Programs and promotional material

1970-1971 Season, Subscription Series (Professional Repertory Company)

Box 30 Folder 1 Confidential Repertory Study for the Season 1969-70 / 1970-71, by John Reich
Box 30 Folder 2 General press releases and promotional material
Box 30 Folder 3 General clippings
Box 30 Folder 4 The Three Penny Opera by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, English adaptation by Marc Blitzstein. October 12-November 15, 1970. Directed by Douglas Seale, musical direction by Ronald Jones, scene design by James Maronek, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Wilbert Bradley – Correspondence (March 21, 1969-October 9, 1970)
Box 30 Folder 5 The Three Penny Opera – Production Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes
Box 30 Folder 6 The Three Penny Opera – Production Stage Manager's Book: Script
Box 30 Folder 7 The Three Penny Opera – Script: Master Ribbon Copy
Box 30 Folder 8 The Three Penny Opera – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 29)
Box 30 Folder 9 The Three Penny Opera – Reviews and clippings
Box 30 Folder 10 The Three Penny Opera – Programs
Box 30 Folder 11 The Three Penny Opera – Director's notes
Box 30 Folder 12 The Three Penny Opera – Score
Photo Box 72 Folders 1-83 The Three Penny Opera – 83 photographs/negatives
Box 31 Folder 1 The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. January 18-February 21, 1971. Directed by Patrick Henry, scenic design by James Maronek, costumes by Daniel Pugh, lights by Bengt Nygren, ... starring Christopher Walken – Correspondence (January 21-November 18, 1970)
Box 31 Folder 2 The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail – Assistant Stage Manager's Script: Act I
Box 31 Folder 3 The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail – Assistant Stage Manager's Script: Act II
Box 31 Folder 4 The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 29)
Box 31 Folder 5 The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail – Reviews and clippings
Box 31 Folder 6 The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail – Programs
Photo Box 73 Folders 1-47 The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail – 47 photographs/negatives
Box 31 Folder 7 Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. November 30, 1970-January 10, 1971. Directed by Douglas Seale, music by Robert Lombardo, sets designed by Sandro La Ferla, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lights by Jerrold Gorrell – Correspondence (August 7-December 5, 1970)
Box 31 Folder 8 Twelfth Night – Technical lists and notes
Box 31 Folder 9 Twelfth Night – Musical scores
Box 31 Folder 10 Twelfth Night – Stage Manager's annotated script
Box 31 Folder 11 Twelfth Night – Press releases and promotional material
Box 31 Folder 12 Twelfth Night – Reviews and clippings
Box 31 Folder 13 Twelfth Night – Programs
Oversize Folder 29 Twelfth Night – Set designs
Photo Box 74 Folders 1-53 Twelfth Night – 53 photographs/negatives
Box 32 Folder 1 Marching Song by John Whiting. March 1-April 4, 1971. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets by Sandro La Ferla, costume design by Alicia Finkel, lights by Jerrold Gorrell – Stage Manager's Book: Script
Box 32 Folder 2 Marching Song – Lighting and sound plots, with daily reports
Box 32 Folder 3 Marching Song – Stage Manager's Daily Reports: March 1-April 4, 1971
Box 32 Folder 4 Marching Song – Technical notes
Box 32 Folder 5 Marching Song – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 29)
Box 32 Folder 6 Marching Song – Reviews and clippings
Box 32 Folder 7 Marching Song – Programs
Photo Box 75 Folders 1-42 Marching Song – 42 photographs/negatives
Box 32 Folder 8 Poor Bitos (Pauvre Bitos) by Jean Anouilh. April 12-May 16, 1971. Directed by Douglas Campbell, sets by Marc Cohen, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lighting by Wayne Tignor, hair design by Susan and James Chiaro – Correspondence, April 5-May 10, 1971
Box 32 Folder 9 Poor Bitos – Pre-production research
Box 32 Folder 10 Poor Bitos – Production Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes
Box 32 Folder 11 Poor Bitos – Production Stage Manager's Book: Script
Box 32 Folder 12 Poor Bitos – Annotated script indicating dialogue omitted in the standard translation by Lucienne Hill
Box 32 Folder 13 Poor Bitos – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 29)
Box 32 Folder 14 Poor Bitos – Reviews and clippings
Box 32 Folder 15 Poor Bitos – Programs
Photo Box 76 Folders 1-50 Poor Bitos – 50 photographs/negatives
Box 32 Folder 16 Lady Audley's Secret, adapted by Douglas Seale from the novel by Mary Elizabeth Braddon. May 24-June 27, 1971. Directed by Douglas Seale, costumes and scenic design by Alicia Finkel, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, Robert Moody as scenic artist, choreography by Jerry Tullos, John Cinas musical director and pianist – License Agreement, April 14, 1971
Box 32 Folder 17 Lady Audley's Secret – Annotated script (indicates line changes)
Box 32 Folder 18 Lady Audley's Secret – Musical scores
Box 32 Folder 19 Lady Audley's Secret – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 29)
Box 32 Folder 20 Lady Audley's Secret – Press releases and promotional material
Box 32 Folder 21 Lady Audley's Secret – Reviews and clippings
Box 32 Folder 22 Lady Audley's Secret – Programs
Box 32 Folder 23 Lady Audley's Secret – Material from the Washington Theatre Club production (directed by Douglas Seale with members of the original Goodman cast), May 1972
Photo Box 77 Folders 1-82 Lady Audley’s Secret – 82 photographs/negatives

1970-1971 Season, Studio

Box 32a Folder 1 General memoranda, press releases, promotional material and clippings
Box 32a Folder 2 The Amorous Flea, based on Moliere's School for Wives, by Jerry Devine, music and lyrics by Bruce Montgomery. October 12-24, 1970. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets by James Reed, costumes by Sam Smith, lighting by James Hegwood – Programs
Photo Box 78 Folders 1-2 The Amorous Flea – 2 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 3 The Trial, a dramatization of Franz Kafka's novel by Andre Gide and Jean-Louis Barrault. October 2-14, 1970. Directed by Mohammed Mohyaldeen, sets by Frank Bradley, costumes by Ferruccio Garavaglia, lights by Paul Thompson – Promotional materials and program
Oversize Folder 28 The Trial – Set designs
Photo Box 78 Folders 3-12 The Trial – 10 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 4 A Scent of Flowers by James Saunders. December 7-19, 1970. Directed by Jerry Tullos, sets by Beverly Sobieski, costumes by Chris Valente, lights by Jay Sally – Programs
Oversize Folder 28 A Scent of Flowers – Scenic plan
Photo Box 78 Folders 13-26 The Scent of Flowers – 14 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 5 All That Fall and Play by Samuel Beckett. February 1-13, 1971. Directed by Libby Appel, sets by Michael O'Kane, costumes by Dunja Ramicova, lighting by Robert Shook – Programs
Oversize Folder 28 All That Fall and Play – Scenic plan
Photo Box 78 Folders 27-38 All That Fall and Play – 12 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 6 The Memorandum by Vaclav Havel. February 22-March 6, 1971. Directed by James Ostholhoff, sets designed by William Aupperlee, costumes by Dunja Ramicova, lighting by John Wilke, ...with Bruce Boxleitner – Programs, promotional material
Photo Box 78 Folders 39-47 The Memorandum – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 7 The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov. April 5-May 8, 1971. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by James Reed, lighting by Kenneth Peters, costumes by Daniel Pugh – Programs
Photo Box 78 Folders 48-63 The Cherry Orchard – 16 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 8 Narrow Road to the Deep North by Edward Bond. April 26-May 8, 1971. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Beverly Sobieski, lights by Franklin Warner, costumes by Ferruccio Garavaglia – Promotional material and programs
Photo Box 79 Folders 1-10 Narrow Road to the Deep North – 10 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 9 The Laundry by David Guerdon. May 18-29, 1971. Directed by Jack Jones, sets by Michael O'Kane, lights by David Stukey, costumes by John Szumigala and Julie Nagel – Promotional material and programs
Oversize Folder 28 The Laundry – Set designs
Photo Box 79 Folders 11-18 The Laundry – 8 photographs/negatives

1970-1971 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 32a Folder 10 General clippings
Box 32a Folder 11 Sacramento Fifty Miles by Eleanor and Ray Harder. September 19-November 15, 1970. Directed by Jack Jones, sets designed by Frank Bradley, costumes by Nancy Ash, lights by Wayne Tignor, music preparation by Kelly Danford – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Sacramento Fifty Miles – Poster
Oversize Folder 27 Sacramento Fifty Miles – Set designs
Photo Box 79 Folders 19-40 Sacramento Fifty Miles – 22 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 12 Ali Baba and the Magic Cave by William Glennon. November 21-December 13, 1970 and January 9-24, 1971. Directed by Bella Itkin, costume design by Sandra Tignor, sets by Marc Cohen, lights by Franklin Warner – Promotional material and programs
Oversize Box 1 Ali Baba and the Magic Cave – Poster
Oversize Folder 27 Ali Baba and the Magic Cave – Set designs
Photo Box 79 Folders 41-60 Ali Baba and the Magic Cave – 20 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 13 A Threepenny Christmas, or the Legend of Nick the Saint by Stephen Lehner, music by Kenneth Wannberg. World Premiere, December 19, 1970-January 3, 1971. Directed by Kelly Danford, scenic design by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Nancy Ash, lights by G.E. Naselius, James Engelhardt as script consultant, choreography by Kathleen Rostrom and Kelly Danford – Promotional materials and programs
Oversize Folder 27 A Threepenny Christmas, or the Legend of Nick the Saint – Set designs
Oversize Box 1 A Threepenny Christmas, or the Legend of Nick the Saint – Poster
Photo Box 80 Folders 1-29 A Threepenny Christmas, or the Legend of Nick the Saint – 29 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 14 Alice in Wonderland by Thom Racina, based on the book by Lewis Carroll. January 3-March 21, 1971. Directed by Thom Racina, costumes by Ferruccio Garavaglia, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by J. Sally, original music and lyrics by Thom Racina – Promotional materials and programs
Oversize Folder 27 Alice in Wonderland – Scenic plans
Photo Box 80 Folders 30-54 Alice in Wonderland – 25 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 15 Aesop's Falables by Ed Graczyk, music and lyrics by John Hogan, Henry Moran, Marty Conine, and Ed Graczyk. Directed by Kelly Danford, choreography and musical numbers staged by Jerry Earl Tullos, costumes by Sandra Tignor, sets by Frank Bradley, lights by G.E. Naselius – Promotional materials and programs
Oversize Folder 27 Aesop's Falables – Set designs
Photo Box 80 Folders 55-90 Aesop’s Falables – 36 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 16 The Marvelous Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes by Thom Racina. July 6-August 14, 1971. Directed by Thom Racina, costumes by Ferruccio Garavaglia, sets by Alice Finkel, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, Robert Moody as scenic artist, choreography by Mark Ganzel, original music and lyrics by Thom Racina,...with Bruce Boxleitner – Promotional material and programs
Photo Box 82 Folders 1-28 The Marvelous Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes – 28 photographs/negatives

1970-1971 Season, Children’s Theatre Touring Company

Box 32a Folder 17 Promotional material
Box 32a Folder 18 The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew by Robert Bolt. May 29-June 27, 1971. Directed by Joseph Slowik, costumes by Sandra Tignor, sets by Bennett Averyl, ...with Bruce Boxleitner – Script and cast list
Box 32a Folder 19 The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew – Promotional material, programs, teacher's guide
Photo Box 81 Folders 1-84 The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew – 84 photographs/negatives
Box 32a Folder 20 How the First Letter Was Written by Auran Harris, from Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories. [1970-1971] – Teacher's guide
Box 32a Folder 21 The Hide and Seek Odyssey of Madeline Gimple by Frank Gagliano. [1970-1971] – Script and teacher's guides
Photo Box 82 Folders 29-57 The Hide and Seek Odyssey of Madeline Gimple – 29 photographs/negatives

1970-1971 Season, Special Events

Box 32a Folder 22 As You Like It by William Shakespeare, and adapted by John O'Shaughnessy. Goodman Theatre Touring Company, February 1971 – Script

1971-1972 Season, Subscription Series

Box 33 Folder 1 General subscription mailing and related correspondence
Box 33 Folder 2 General clippings
Box 33 Folder 3 A Place Without Doors (L'Amante Anglaise) by Marguerite Dumas. Midwest Premiere, September 21-October 10, 1971. Directed by Brian Murray, original lighting design by Ronald Wallace and adapted by G.E. Naselius, ...with Mildred Dunnock, Alvin Epstein, and Hiram Sherman – Correspondence (March 19-August 31, 1971)
Box 33 Folder 4 A Place Without Doors (L'Amante Anglaise) – Annotated script – photocopy of Mildred Dunnock's script)
Box 33 Folder 5 A Place Without Doors (L'Amante Anglaise) – Press releases and promotional material
Box 33 Folder 6 A Place Without Doors (L'Amante Anglaise) – Reviews and clippings
Box 33 Folder 7 A Place Without Doors (L'Amante Anglaise) – Programs
Box 33 Folder 8 A Place Without Doors (L'Amante Anglaise) – Research
Photo Box 82 Folders 58-65 A Place Without Doors – L’Amante Anglaise) – 8 photographs
Box 33 Folder 9 Assassination 1865 by Stuart Vaughn. World Premiere, October 26-November 28, 1971. Directed by Stuart Vaughn, sets by Sandro La Ferla, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights and special effects by Bengt Nygren, ...with Shepperd Strudwick and Donald Woods – Correspondence (October 29, 1970-January 26, 1972)
Box 33 Folder 10 Assassination 1865 – Actors' biographies
Box 33 Folder 11 Assassination 1865 – Budget for talent and projection equipment
Box 33 Folder 12 Assassination 1865 – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 31)
Box 33 Folder 13 Assassination 1865 – Assistant Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes
Box 33 Folder 14 Assassination 1865 – Assistant Stage Manager's Book: Script
Box 33 Folder 15 Assassination 1865 – Script
Box 34 Folder 1 Assassination 1865 – Press releases and promotional material
Box 34 Folder 2 Assassination 1865 – Reviews and clippings
Box 34 Folder 3 Assassination 1865 – Programs
Oversize Folder 30 Assassination 1865 – Poster
Photo Box 83 Folders 1-50 Assassination 1865 – 50 photographs/negatives
Box 34 Folder 4 The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. December 2-19, 1971 and December 28, 1971-January 16, 1972 – Actors' biographies and resumes
Box 34 Folder 5 The Importance of Being Earnest – Technical notes, with Stage Manager's daily reports
Box 34 Folder 6 The Importance of Being Earnest – Prompt book
Box 34 Folder 7 The Importance of Being Earnest – Press releases and promotional material
Box 34 Folder 8 The Importance of Being Earnest – Reviews and clippings
Box 34 Folder 9 The Importance of Being Earnest – Programs
Photo Box 84 Folders 1-33 The Importance of Being Earnest – 33 photographs/negatives
Box 34 Folder 10 The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. January 20-February 27, 1972. Directed by Douglas Seale, costumes by Virgil Johnson, sets designed by James Maronek, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, Robert Moody as scenic artist, ...with Mike Nussbaum – Correspondence (August 26-December 11, 1971)
Box 34 Folder 11 The Royal Family – Actors' biographies, resumes, and salaries
Box 34 Folder 12 The Royal Family – Assistant Stage Manager's Book: Technical notes
Box 34 Folder 13 The Royal Family – Assistant Stage Manager's Book: Script, Act I
Box 34 Folder 14 The Royal Family – Assistant Stage Manager's Book: Script, Acts II and III
Box 35 Folder 1 The Royal Family – Press releases and promotional material
Box 35 Folder 2 The Royal Family – Reviews and clippings
Box 35 Folder 3 The Royal Family – Programs
Photo Box 84 Folders 34-78 The Royal Family – 45 photographs/negatives
Box 35 Folder 4 The Ruling Class by Peter Barnes. March 2-April 9, 1972. Directed by Patrick Henry, costumes by Virgil Johnson, sets by Sandro La Ferla, lighting by Wayne Tignor, Robert Moody as scenic artist, choreography by Gus Giordano – Correspondence (February 4, 1971-March 16, 1972)
Box 35 Folder 5 The Ruling Class – Actors' biographies
Box 35 Folder 6 The Ruling Class – Research
Box 35 Folder 7 The Ruling Class – Technical notes and Stage Manager's daily reports
Box 35 Folder 8 The Ruling Class – Annotated script: Act I
Box 35 Folder 9 The Ruling Class – Annotated script: Act II
Box 35 Folder 10 The Ruling Class – Reviews and clippings
Box 35 Folder 11 The Ruling Class – Press releases and promotional material
Box 35 Folder 12 The Ruling Class – Programs
Photo Box 85 Folders 1-68 The Ruling Class – 68 photographs/negatives
Box 35 Folder 13 The Boys from Syracuse by George Abbot, music and lyrics by Richard Rogers and Lawrence Hart. April 18-June [?], 1972. Production staged by Christopher Hewitt, choreography and musical numbers staged by Bob Herget, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lights by G.E. Naselius, John C. Cina as musical director – Correspondence (January 6-April 27, 1972)
Box 35 Folder 14 The Boys from Syracuse – Pre-production research
Box 35 Folder 15 The Boys from Syracuse – Actors' biographies and resumes
Box 35 Folder 16 The Boys from Syracuse – Rehearsal and production schedules
Box 35 Folder 17 The Boys from Syracuse – Stage Manager's Book: Act I
Box 35 Folder 18 The Boys from Syracuse – Stage Manager's Book: Act II
Box 35 Folder 19 The Boys from Syracuse – Press releases and promotional material
Box 35 Folder 20 The Boys from Syracuse – Reviews and clippings
Box 35 Folder 21 The Boys from Syracuse – Gross earnings and budget
Box 35 Folder 22 The Boys from Syracuse – Programs
Oversize Folder 30 The Boys from Syracuse – Poster
Photo Box 86 Folders 1-61 The Boys from Syracuse – 61 photographs/negatives
Photo Box 87 Folders 1-54 The Boys from Syracuse – 54 photographs/negatives

1971-1972 Season, Studio

Box 36 Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 36 Folder 2 A Macbeth by Charles Marowitz. October 16-24, 1971. Directed by Patrick Henry, costumes by Dunja Ramicova, sets by Michael O'Kane, lights by J. Sally – Script
Box 36 Folder 3 A Macbeth – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 33)
Box 36 Folder 4 A Macbeth – Programs
Photo Box 88 Folders 1-15 A Macbeth – 15 photographs/negatives
Box 36 Folder 5 Baal by Bertolt Brecht. November 13-21, 1971. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets designed by Vincent Faust, costumes by Julie Nagel, lights by Paul Thompson, music by Reggie Schwander – Programs, promotional material
Oversize Folder 33 Baal – Set designs
Photo Box 88 Folders 16-24 Baal – 9 photographs/negatives
Box 36 Folder 6 Saved by Edward Bond. December 11-19, 1971. Directed by George Drayton Boyd, sets by Paul Appel, costumes by Martha Ferrara, lights by David Stukey – Programs
Box 36 Folder 7 Gas I and II by George Kaiser. January 15-23, 1972. Directed by Jean Louis Baldet, sets by William Auperlee, costumes by Kathleen Hollcraft, lights by Donald Schulman – Programs
Box 36 Folder 8 Jamie and the Nine 300 by Clifford Browder. February 12-20, 1972. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Julie Nagel, lights by Kenneth Peters – Programs
Box 36 Folder 9 Jamie and the Nine 300 – Script
Photo Box 88 Folders 25-26 Jamie and the Nine 300 – 2 photographs
Box 36 Folder 10 Exit the King by Eugene Ionesco. March 11-19, 1972. Directed by David Jewell, sets by Jeffrey Masters, costumes by Martha Ferrara, lights by Frank Waketsch – Programs
Box 36 Folder 11 Subject to Fits by Robert Montgomery. April 8-16, 1972. Directed by Libby Appel, lighting by Kathleen Kampp, sets by David Emmons, costumes by Kathleen Hollcraft – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 33)
Box 36 Folder 12 Kaspariana, conceived and directed by Joseph Slowik, with textual excerpts from Georg Buechner, Peter Handke, Eugene Ionesco, and Jacob Wasserman. May 13-21, 1972. Sets by Ronald Morgan, costumes by Julie Nagel, lighting by James Highland – Programs
Oversize Folder 33 Kaspariana – Scenic plans

1971-1972 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 36 Folder 13 General promotional material
Box 36 Folder 14 The Pied Piper of Hamelin by William Glennon. October 10-November 21, 1971. Directed by Kelly Danford, costume design by Sandra Tignor, scenic design by Jim Reed, lights by Jim Hegwood, choreography by Jerry Tullos – Correspondence (June 28, 1971), with production assignments and press releases
Box 36 Folder 15 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 32)
Box 36 Folder 16 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – Reviews and clippings
Box 36 Folder 17 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – Programs
Photo Box 88 Folders 27-46 The Pied Piper of Hamelin – 20 photographs/negatives
Box 36 Folder 18 The O'Neill Center's Little Theatre of the Deaf presents: Handy, Better Letters, The Giving Tree, and Your Game. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, all other works created by the Company. December 13-23, 1971. Directed by Larry Arrick, J. Ranelli, Mary Beth Miller, and the Company, costumes by Fred Voelpel, sets by David Hays – Correspondence and press kits from the National Theatre of the Deaf
Box 36 Folder 19 The O'Neill Center's Little Theatre of the Deaf presents: Handy, Better Letters, The Giving Tree, and Your Game– Press releases and promotional material
Box 36 Folder 20 The O'Neill Center's Little Theatre of the Deaf presents: Handy, Better Letters, The Giving Tree, and Your Game– Reviews and clippings
Box 36 Folder 21 The O'Neill Center's Little Theatre of the Deaf presents: Handy, Better Letters, The Giving Tree, and Your Game – Programs
Box 36 Folder 22 The Snow Queen by Surgio Magito and Rudolf Weil, based on the story by Hans Christian Anderson. November 27-December 12, 1971 and January 8-February 6, 1972. Directed by Bella Itkin, costumes by Dunja Ramicova, sets designed by Beverly Sobieski, lighting by Robert Shook, choreography by Thomas Jaremba, original music by Phillip Kusie, Charles Fleischer, John McFayden, and Allan Almeida – Correspondence (May 12, 1971), with production assignments
Box 36 Folder 23 The Snow Queen – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 32)
Box 36 Folder 24 The Snow Queen – Promotional material, clipping, programs
Photo Box 88 Folders 47-76 The Snow Queen – 26 photographs/negatives
Box 36 Folder 25 The Magic Isle by Wesley Van Tassel, music and lyrics by Mark Ollington. December 26, 1971-January 2, 1972. Directed by Kelly Danford, costumes by Sandra Tignor, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by John M. Hickey, ...with Bruce Boxleitner – Correspondence (July 21, 1971), with tech week schedule
Box 36 Folder 26 The Magic Isle – Published script, c. 1970
Box 36 Folder 27 The Magic Isle – Press releases
Box 36 Folder 28 The Magic Isle – Programs
Box 36 Folder 29 The Magic Isle – Cast list, study guide and clipping from the Touring Company Production
Photo Box 89 Folders 1-21 The Magic Isle – 21 photographs/negatives
Box 36 Folder 30 Starman Jones by Douglas Lieberman, based on the novel by Robert Heinlein. World Premiere, February 12-March 26, 1972. Directed by Douglas Lieberman, costumes by Pepper Ross, scenic design by Michael O'Kane, lighting by Paul Thompson – Correspondence (August 23 and 24, 1971)
Box 36 Folder 31 Starman Jones – Script: First draft, second version, undated
Box 36 Folder 32 Starman Jones – Promotional material
Box 36 Folder 33 Starman Jones – Reviews and clippings
Box 36 Folder 34 Starman Jones – Programs
Photo Box 89 Folders 22-23 Starman Jones – 12 photographs/negatives
Box 36 Folder 35 The 13 Clocks by Elaine Berman, adapted from the book The Thirteen Clocks by James Thurber. April 1-May 20, 1972. Directed by Reggie Schwander, costumes by Dunja Ramicova, sets designed by William Schmiel, lighting by Kenneth Peters, original music by Reggie Schwander – Correspondence (June 2 and 29, 1971), with production assignments
Box 36 Folder 36 The 13 Clocks – Script
Box 36 Folder 37 The 13 Clocks – Programs and promotional material
Photo Box 89 Folders 34-52 The 13 Clocks – 19 photographs/negatives

1971-1972 Season, Children’s Theatre Touring Company

Box 36 Folder 38 General promotional material
Box 36 Folder 39 The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew by Robert Bolt. [1971-1972] – Script

1971-1972 Season, Special Events

Box 36 Folder 40 The National Theatre for the Deaf presents, My Third Eye. [1971-1972] – Program and promotional material
Photo Box 89 Folders 53-62 The National Theatre for the Deaf – 10 photographs
Box 36 Folder 41 An Evening with Bobby Short. February 14, 1972 – Programs and promotional material

1972-1973 Season, Subscription Series

Box 37 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 37 Folder 2 General clippings
Box 37 Folder 3 Old Times by Harold Pinter. October 8-November 12, 1972. Directed by Michael Kahn, scenic design by Marjorie Kellogg, lights by G.E. Naselius – Promotional material
Box 37 Folder 4 Old Times – Reviews
Box 37 Folder 5 Old Times – Programs
Photo Box 90 Folders 1-61 Old Times – 61 photographs/negatives
Box 37 Folder 6 Scenes from American Life by A.R. Gurney, Jr. November 26-December 31, 1972. Directed by Harold Stone, scenic design by David Jenkins, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lights by Beverly Emmons, Bill McCauley as musical director – Stage Manager's production book: Technical lists and notes
Box 37 Folder 7 Scenes from American Life – Stage Manager's production book: Script
Box 37 Folder 8 Scenes from American Life – Reviews and clippings
Box 37 Folder 9 Scenes from American Life – Press releases and promotional material
Box 37 Folder 10 Scenes from American Life – Programs
Photo Box 91 Folders 1-77 Scenes from American Life – 77 photographs/negatives
Box 37 Folder 11 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Heiner Kipphardt, translated by Ruth Speirs. January 7-February 11, 1973. Directed by Gene Lesser, scenic design and visual effects by Robert U. Taylor, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by William Mintzer – Correspondence (January 20 and February 12, 1973)
Box 37 Folder 12 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Research
Box 37 Folder 13 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Production script (photocopy): Act I (Mark Taper Forum, Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles, California, ca. 1968)
Box 37 Folder 14 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Production script (photocopy): Act II (as above)
Box 37 Folder 15 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Production script: Act I
Box 37 Folder 16 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Production script: Act II
Box 37 Folder 17 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Technical lists and notes
Box 37 Folder 18 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Casting notes
Box 38 Folder 1 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Press releases and promotional material
Box 38 Folder 2 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Reviews and clippings
Box 38 Folder 3 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – Programs
Photo Box 92 Folders 1-64 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer – 64 photographs/negatives
Box 38 Folder 4 Twentieth Century by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, with Bruce Milholland. February 18-March 25, 1973. Directed by William Woodman, sets and lights by Clarke Dunham, costumes by Virgil Johnson – Audition and casting lists and notes
Box 38 Folder 5 Twentieth Century – Correspondence – February 14 and 18, 1973)
Box 38 Folder 6 Twentieth Century – Research
Box 38 Folder 7 Twentieth Century – Theatrical lists and notes
Box 38 Folder 8 Twentieth Century – Production script: Act I
Box 38 Folder 9 Twentieth Century – Production script: Acts I and III
Box 38 Folder 10 Twentieth Century – Press releases and promotional material
Box 38 Folder 11 Twentieth Century – Reviews and clippings
Box 38 Folder 12 Twentieth Century – Programs
Photo Box 93 Folders 1-87 Twentieth Century – 87 photographs/negatives
Box 38 Folder 13 The Lady's Not for Burning by Christopher Fry. April 1-May 6, 1973. Directed by Stephen Porter, costume and scenic design by Alicia Finkel, lights by G.E. Naselius – Production script
Box 38 Folder 14 The Lady's Not for Burning – Stage Manager's daily notes
Box 38 Folder 15 The Lady's Not for Burning – Scenic plans (See: Oversize Folder 34)
Box 38 Folder 16 The Lady's Not for Burning – Promotional material
Box 38 Folder 17 The Lady's Not for Burning – Reviews and clippings
Box 38 Folder 18 The Lady's Not for Burning – Programs
Photo Box 94 Folders 1-54 The Lady’s Not for Burning – 54 photographs/negatives
Box 38 Folder 19 Pal Joey by John O'Hara. May 13-June 17, 1973. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt, choreography by Joyce Trisler, costumes and sets by Alicia Finkel, lights by G.E. Naselius, musical direction by Daryl Wagner, co-choreographed by Betsey Haug, ...with Nancy Marchand – Annotated typescript, with lighting cues
Box 38 Folder 20 Pal Joey – Press releases and promotional material
Box 38 Folder 21 Pal Joey – Reviews and clippings
Box 38 Folder 22 Pal Joey – Programs
Photo Box 95 Folders 1-96 Pal Joey – 96 photographs/negatives

1972-1973 Season, Studio

Box 39 Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 39 Folder 2 The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen. October 31-November 12, 1972. Directed by Jack Jones, scene design by William Schmiel, costumes by Kathleen Hollcraft, lights by James Highland – Programs
Box 39 Folder 3 Who's Happy Now by Oliver Hailey. November 28-December 10, 1972. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by Calvin Churchman, costume designs by Martha Ferrara, lights by Marsha Hardy – Programs and script
Box 39 Folder 4 A Touch of the Poet by Eugene O'Neill. January 9-January 21, 1973. Directed by Linda Hardy, sets by Jeffrey Masters, costumes by Niki Rudisill, lighting by James Wischmeyer – Programs
Box 39 Folder 5 Ladies in Retirement by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham. February 6-February 14, 1973. Directed by Kelly Danford, scene design by Nancy Long, costumes by Julie Nagel, lights by William Kent – Programs
Box 39 Folder 6 The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. March 6-March 18, 1973. Directed by Charles McGaw, sets by David Emmons, choreography by Estelle Spector, costumes by Martha Ferrara, lights by Paul Gregory – Clipping, programs
Oversize Folder 35 The Taming of the Shrew – Set design
Photo Box 96 Folders 1-2 The Taming of the Shrew – 2 photographs
Box 39 Folder 7 Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca. April 10-April 22, 1973. Directed by Donald Biehn, scenic design by Vincent Faust, costumes by Susan Lopez, lights by Philip Evola – Programs
Oversize Folder 35 Blood Wedding – Set designs
Box 39 Folder 8 A Country Scandal by Anton Chekhov. May 8-May 20, 1973. Directed by Libby Appel, sets by William Kent, costumes by Gay Crusius, lighting designed by Charles Letts, musical direction by Carol Francis – Programs

1972-1973 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 39 Folder 9 General press releases and promotional material
Box 39 Folder 10 Sleeping Beauty, or The Great Rose Taboo, books and lyrics by Barbara Fried, music by Norman Sachs. October 1-November 12, 1972. Directed and choreographed by Kelly Danford, set designs by David Emmons, costumes by Martha Ferrara, lights by Paul Gregory – Press releases, reviews and programs
Oversize Folder 36 Sleeping Beauty, or The Great Rose Taboo – Set design
Photo Box 96 Folders 3-20 Sleeping Beauty, of The Great Rose Taboo – 18 photographs
Box 39 Folder 11 It Certainly Isn't Baked Beans. [1972-1973] – Script
Box 39 Folder 12 It Certainly Isn't Baked Beans. [1972-1973] – Press releases, promotional material, reviews and clippings
Photo Box 96 Folders 21-22 It Certainly Isn’t Baked Beans – 2 photographs
Box 39 Folder 13 Little Red Riding Hood by Yevgeny Schwartz. November 19-December 17, 1972 and January 13-January 21, 1973. Directed by Libby Appel, music composed by Philip Kusie, choreography by Beth Caldwell, sets designed by Vincent Faust, costumes by Julie Nagel, lights by James Highland, animal puppets by David Emmons – Press releases, promotional material, clippings, programs
Oversize Folder 36 Little Red Riding Hood – Set designs
Photo Box 96 Folder 23 Little Red Riding Hood – 1 photograph
Box 39 Folder 14 The Three Musketeers by Brian Way, based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas. January 28-March 18, 1973. Directed by John Medici, choreography by Estelle Spector, scene design by William Schmiel, costumes by Pepper Ross, lights by Marsha Hardy, fencing muster by Marvin Nelson, Steve Fletcher as fencing coach, music by Philip Kusie – Press releases, promotional material, programs
Oversize Folder 36 The Three Musketeers – Set designs
Photo Box 96 Folder 24 The Three Musketeers – 1 photograph
Box 39 Folder 15 The Comical Tragedy, or The Tragical Comedy of Punch and Judy by Aurand Harris. March 25-May 26, 1973. Directed by Ned Schmidtke, choreography by Estelle Spector, scene design by Jeffrey Masters, costumes by Julie Nagel, lights by Phillip Evola, music by David Beaird – Promotional material, clippings, programs
Oversize Folder 36 The Comical Tragedy, or The Tragical Comedy of Punch and Judy – Set designs
Photo Box 96 Folders 25-36 The Comical Tragedy, or The Tragical Comedy of Punch and Judy – 12 photographs
Box 39 Folder 16 You're a Good Man Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schultz, music and lyrics by Clark Gesner. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, lighting designed by G.E. Naselius, choreography by Mark Ganzal and Maryann Kohler – Press releases, promotional material, clippings, programs
Oversize Folder 36 You're a Good Man Charlie Brown – Set designs
Photo Box 96 Folders 37-61 You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown – 25 photographs/negatives
Box 39 Folder 17 Tarradiddle Tales, or The Wise and Foolish Tales by Flora Atkin. June 24-August 4, 1973. Directed by Kelly Danford, choreographed by Estelle Spector, sets by David Emmons, costumes by Julie Nagel, lights by G.E. Naselius – Programs

1972-1973 Season, Children’s Theatre Touring Company

Box 39 Folder 17a General correspondence
Box 39 Folder 18 Grant applications and notes
Box 39 Folder 19 It Certainly Isn't Baked Beans!, a dramatic anthology of children's literature. [1972-1973] – Contracts and promotional material
Photo Box 96 Folders 21-22 It Certianly Isn’t Baked Beans! – 2 photographs
Box 39 Folder 20 Speed Gets the Poppies by Lila Levant, music and lyrics by Lila Levant and Lorenzo Fuller. [1972-1973] – Pre-production research
Box 39 Folder 21 Speed Gets the Poppies – Audition and casting notes
Box 39 Folder 22 Speed Gets the Poppies – Script
Box 39 Folder 23 Speed Gets the Poppies – Press releases and promotional material
Box 39 Folder 24 Speed Gets the Poppies – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 36 Speed Gets the Poppies – Set designs
Photo Box 96 Folders 62-84 Speed Gets the Poppies – 23 photographs/negatives

1972-1973 Season, Special Events

Box 39 Folder 25 Monday Night Artist and Dance Series. [1972-1973] – Promotional material
Box 39 Folder 26 Emlyn Williams as Dylan Thomas Growing Up. November 6, 1972 – Programs, press release, promotional material
Box 39 Folder 27 Utah Repertory Dance Theatre. December 11, 1972 – Correspondence, programs, promotional material, reviews and clippings
Box 39 Folder 28 An Evening of Piano Rags with Eubie Blake and William Bolcom. February 5, 1973 – Programs
Box 39 Folder 29 The O'Neill Center's National Theatre of the Deaf presents, Gilgamesh. November 12-19, 1972 – Programs and promotional material
Photo Box 97 Folders 1-2 Gilgamesh – 2 photographs
Box 39 Folder 30 The O'Neill Center's Little Theatre of the Deaf. November 19, 1972 – Programs
Photo Box 97 Folders 3-10 National Theatre of the Deaf – 8 photographs
Box 39 Folder 31 The Chicago Ballet. March 5, 1973 – Programs
Box 39 Folder 32 The Mura Dehn Traditional Jazz Dance Theatre. October 16, 1972 – Programs
Box 39 Folder 33 The Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Promotional material

1972-1973 Season, Goodman Theatre and Museum of Science & Industry’s Science Playhouse

Box 39a Folder 1 General clippings and promotional material
Box 39a Folder 2 Science Playhouse presents Lamp at Midnight – Correspondence
Box 39a Folder 3 Science Playhouse presents Lamp at Midnight – Contracts and notes
Box 39a Folder 4 Science Playhouse presents Lamp at Midnight – Script
Box 39a Folder 5 Science Playhouse presents Lamp at Midnight – Programs and promotional material
Photo Box 97 Folders 11-17 Lamp at Midnight – 7 photographs
Box 39a Folder 6 Science Playhouse presents Dr. Dan: A Pioneer in Heart Surgery by Tom Zito. April 26-May 4, 1973. Directed by Kelly Danford – Revised typescript
Box 39a Folder 7 Science Playhouse presents Dr. Dan: A Pioneer in Heart Surgery – Annotated typescript, with revisions and staging notes
Box 39a Folder 8 Science Playhouse presents Dr. Dan: A Pioneer in Heart Surgery – Scripts
Box 39a Folder 9 Science Playhouse presents Dr. Dan: A Pioneer in Heart Surgery – Programs and promotional material
Box 39a Folder 10 Science Playhouse presents Dr. Dan: A Pioneer in Heart Surgery – Rehearsal schedule
Box 39a Folder 11 Science Playhouse presents Thomas Edison and the Wonderful Why by Faye Parker. March 1-9, 1973. Directed by Kelly Danford – Scripts
Box 39a Folder 12 Science Playhouse presents Thomas Edison and the Wonderful Why – Programs, rehearsal schedules, audition notes
Box 39a Folder 13 Science Playhouse presents Discovery by Douglas Liebman. [1972-1973] – Prompt script, cast list, story outline

1973-1974 Season, Mainstage

Box 40 Folder 1 General promotional material
Supp. Box 1 Folder 1 Open auditions and Midwest Casting Center
Box 40 Folder 2 The Freedom of the City by Brian Friel. American Premiere, October 9-November 10, 1973. Directed by William Woodman, scenic designs by David Jenkins, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lights by F. Mitchell Dana – Script
Box 40 Folder 3 The Freedom of the City – Promotional material
Box 40 Folder 4 The Freedom of the City – Reviews and clippings
Box 40 Folder 5 The Freedom of the City – Programs
Photo Box 97 Folders 18-72 The Freedom of the City – 55 photographs/negatives
Supp. Box 1 Folder 2 The Freedom of the City – "Irish contacts"
Supp. Box 1 Folder 3 The Freedom of the City – Promotional material from other productions
Box 40 Folder 6 A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen. November 20-December 23, 1973. Directed by Tormod Skagestead, sets by John Scheffler, costumes by Alicia Finkel, lights by G.E. Naselius – Production script and lighting cues
Box 40 Folder 7 A Doll's House – Reviews and clippings
Box 40 Folder 8 A Doll's House – Programs
Photo Box 98 Folders 1-52 A Doll’s House – 52 photographs/negatives
Supp. Box 1 Folder 4 A Doll’s House – Promotional material
Supp. Box 1 Folder 4a A Doll’s House – Paramount Pictures production information
Box 40 Folder 9 The Tooth of Crime by Sam Shepard. January 8-February 10, 1974. Directed by Michael Kahn, music composed by Tony Zito, sets designed by John Kasarda, costumes by John David Ridge, lights by Gilbert Hemsley – Stage Manager's script and contact sheet
Box 40 Folder 9a The Tooth of Crime – Script; unmarked Xerox
Box 40 Folder 10 The Tooth of Crime – Technical notes and memoranda
Box 40 Folder 11 The Tooth of Crime – Floor plan and elevations (See: Oversize Folder 38)
Box 40 Folder 12 The Tooth of Crime – Promotional material
Box 40 Folder 13 The Tooth of Crime – Reviews and clippings
Box 40 Folder 14 The Tooth of Crime – Programs
Photo Box 98 Folders 53-84 The Tooth of the Crime – 32 photographs/negatives
Photo Box 99 Folders 1-32 The Tooth of the Crime – 32 photographs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 5 The Tooth of the Crime – Critical audience correspondence
Box 40 Folder 15 Lorraine Hansberry's To Be Young, Gifted and Black, adapted by Robert Nemiroff. February 19-March 24, 1974. Directed by Patrick Henry, costumes by Andrea Kalish, set designs by Joseph Nieminski, lighting by Daniel Adams – Script; master ribbon copy
Box 40 Folder 16 Lorraine Hansberry's To Be Young, Gifted and Black – Annotated script with lighting cues
Box 40 Folder 17 Lorraine Hansberry's To Be Young, Gifted and Black – Prop list and contact sheet
Box 40 Folder 18 Lorraine Hansberry's To Be Young, Gifted and Black – Programs
Box 40 Folder 19 Lorraine Hansberry's To Be Young, Gifted and Black – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 99 Folders 33-80 Lorraine Hansberry’s To Be Young, Gifted and Black – 48 photographs/negatives
Supp. Box 1 Folder 6 Lorraine Hansberry’s To Be Young, Gifted and Black – Press releases, promotional material
Box 41 Folder 1 Henry IV, a three act adaptation of William Shakespeare's work; Acts I and II adapted by Richard Matthews. March 29-May 5, 1974. Directed by William Woodman, sets and lights by Peter Wexler, costumes by Virgil Johnson, music by Nick Venden, Joseph Leon as associate director, fights by staged by Michael Tezla – Unrevised typescript
Box 41 Folder 2 Henry IV – Revised typescript; master copy
Box 41 Folder 2a Henry IV – Xerox of above
Box 41 Folder 3 Henry IV – Stage Manager's production book: technical lists and notes
Box 41 Folder 4 Henry IV – Stage Manager's production book: script
Box 41 Folder 5 Henry IV – Press releases and promotional material
Box 41 Folder 6 Henry IV – Reviews and clippings
Box 41 Folder 7 Henry IV – Programs
Photo Box 100 Folder 1-49 Henry IV – 49 photographs/negatives
Box 42 Folder 1 Guys and Dolls by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. May 10-June 16, 1974. Directed by Gene Lesser, choreography by Elizabeth Keen, musical direction by David Richards, scenic design by James Maronek, costume design by Nancy Potts, lighting design by William Mintzer – Annotated script for blocking: Act I
Box 42 Folder 2 Guys and Dolls – Annotated script for blocking: Act II
Box 42 Folder 3 Guys and Dolls – Annotated script for light cues: Act I
Box 42 Folder 4 Guys and Dolls – Annotated script for light cues: Act II, with lighting notes
Box 42 Folder 5 Guys and Dolls – Press releases, reviews and clippings
Box 42 Folder 6 Guys and Dolls – Programs
Photo Box 100 Folders 50-80 Guys and Dolls – 31 photographs
Box 42 Folder 7 Unassigned

1973-1974 Season, Studio

Box 42 Folder 8 She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith. November 2- [?], 1973. Directed by Eleanor Logan, sets by David Emmons, costumes by Julie Nagel, lights by Terry Jenkins – Programs
Oversize Folder 38 She Stoops to Conquer – Set designs
Box 42 Folder 9 Right You Are If You Think You Are by Luigi Pirandello. November 30-December 16, 1973. Directed by Charles McGaw, scenic design by Greg Buch, costumes designed by Margaret Maggard, lights by Phillip Evola – Programs
Oversize Folder 38 Right You Are If You Think You Are – Set designs
Photo Box 100 Folder 81 Right You Are If You Think You Are – 1 photograph
Box 42 Folder 10 The Killer by Eugene Ionesco. February 1-February 17, 1974. Directed by Joseph Slowik, scenic design by Robert Skaggs, costumes by Susan Gayford, lighting by James Highland – Programs
Box 42 Folder 11 As You Like It by William Shakespeare. March 1-March 17, 1974. Directed by Jack Jones, sets designed by Brad Loman, costumes by Niki Rudisill, lighting by William C. Fox, choreography by Estelle Spector – Programs
Oversize Folder 38 As You Like It – Set design
Box 42 Folder 12 Catch 22 by Joseph Heller. April 5-April 21, 1974. Directed by James Engelhardt, scenic design by David Emmons, costumes by Nancy Grabowski, lighting by Neal Yablong – Programs
Oversize Folder 38 Catch 22 – Set designs
Box 42 Folder 13 Summer Brave by William Inge. May 13-May 19, 1974. Directed by Bella Itkin, scenic design by Donna Thompson, costumes by Phyllis Hojnacki, lights by Steve Burgess – Programs
Oversize Folder 38 Summer Brave – Set designs

1973-1974 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 42 Folder 14 General promotional material
Box 42 Folder 15 The Wind in the Willows adapted by Joseph Baldwin, based on the book by Kenneth Grahame. October 20-December 2, 1973. Directed by Joseph Slowik, scenic design by Nancy Long, costumes by Niki Rudisill, lights by Phillip Evola, make-up by James Campbell, music by Kenneth Slowik – Programs and press releases
Box 42 Folder 16 Hans Christian Anderson's The Emperor's New Clothes, adapted by Allan Loernsen. December 8, 1973-January 20, 1974. Directed by Nick Schmidtke, sets designed by David Emmons, costumes by Julie Nagel, lighting by James Highland – Correspondence, clippings, programs
Photo Box 100 Folders 82-89 The Emperor’s New Clothes – 11 photographs/negatives
Box 42 Folder 17 Appleseed by Ed Graczyk, music and lyrics by Errol Pearlman. January 26-March 17, 1974. Directed by Bella Itkin, choreography by Estelle Spector, scenic design by Gregory Buch, costumes by Susan Lopez, lights by Steve Burgess and G.E. Naselius – Press releases, clippings and programs
Box 42 Folder 18 The Lion Who Wouldn't, book and lyrics by Gifford Wingate, music by David Coleman. March 23-May 19, 1974. Directed by Kelly Danford, sets by Brad Loman, costumes by Gay Crusius, lights by James Highland and William Fox, choreography by Gisli Bjorgvinsson, Bobbie Kingsly, and Frank Ventura – Script
Box 42 Folder 19 The Lion Who Wouldn't – Programs
Photo Box 100 Folders 101-102 The Lion Who Wouldn’t – 2 photographs
Box 42 Folder 20 The Popcorn Man, book and lyrics by Dodi Robb and Pat Patterson, music by Pat Patterson. June 24-August 3, 1974. Directed by Bella Itkin, choreography and musical coordination by Estelle Spector, additional music and lyrics by Errol Pearlman, sets and costumes by David Emmons, lights by Daniel Aberson and G.E. Naselius – Promotional material and programs

1973-1974 Season, Special Events

Box 42 Folder 21 Monday Evening Artists and Dance Series – Press releases and promotional material
Box 42 Folder 22 Eubie Blake. October 22, 1973 – Press releases and clippings
Box 42 Folder 23 Burr Tilstom's Kukla, Fran and Ollie: A Retrospective with All the Kuklapolitan Players. November 26, 1973 – Program
Supp. Box 1 Folder 7 Burr Tilstom's Kukla, Fran and Ollie: A Retrospective with All the Kuklapolitan Players – Promotional material
Box 42 Folder 24 Shay Duffin as Brendan Behan. December 17, 1973 – Programs and promotional material
Box 42 Folder 25 The Metropolitan Opera Studio presents Vienna to Broadway. February 25, 1974 – Programs
Box 42 Folder 26 The Lotte Goslar Pantomime Circus in Clowns and Other Fools. March 11, 1974 – Programs and promotional material
Box 42 Folder 27 Joanna Simon, Mezzo-Soprano. April 22, 1974 – Programs and press releases
Box 42 Folder 28 Amanda Ambrose in a Tribute to Chicago Composers. March 22, 1974 – Promotional material

1974-1975 Season, Mainstage

Box 43 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional materials
Box 43 Folder 2 General clippings
Supp. Box 1 Folder 8 Open Midwest auditions, July 24, 1974
Box 43 Folder 3 The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov. Translation by Tyrone Guthrie and Leonid Kipnis. October 4-November 10, 1974. Directed by Brian Murray, scenery by David Mitchell, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Patricia Collins, ...with Nancy Marchand and Edward Herrmann – Correspondence (September 1-October 8, 1974)
Box 43 Folder 4 The Cherry Orchard – Technical notes
Box 43 Folder 5 The Cherry Orchard – Technical lists and notes
Box 43 Folder 6 The Cherry Orchard – Production script: Acts I and II
Box 43 Folder 7 The Cherry Orchard – Production script, Acts III and IV
Box 43 Folder 7a The Cherry Orchard – Script, unmarked
Box 43 Folder 8 The Cherry Orchard – Press releases
Box 43 Folder 9 The Cherry Orchard – Programs
Photo Box 101 Folders 1-45 The Cherry Orchard – 45 photographs/negatives
Supp. Box 1 Folder 9 The Cherry Orchard – Reviews and clippings
Box 43 Folder 10 The Sea by Edward Bond. American Premiere, November 15-December 22, 1974. Directed by William Woodman, sets designed by David Jenkins, costumes by James Brady, lights by F. Mitchell Dana, ...with Judith Ivey – Contact sheet
Box 43 Folder 11 The Sea – Press releases, promotional material
Box 43 Folder 12 The Sea – Clippings
Box 43 Folder 13 The Sea – Programs
Box 43 Folder 13a The Sea – Script; marked with line changes, cuts and blocking
Photo Box 101 Folders 46-94 The Sea – 49 photographs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 10 The Sea – Background
Box 43 Folder 14 'Tis Pity She's a Whore by John Ford. January 3-February 9, 1975. Directed by Michael Kahn, scenic designs by Robert U. Taylor, costumes by Lawrence Casey, lighting by John McLain, fencing choreographed by Larry Carpenter, choreography by Beulah Abrahams – Press release
Box 43 Folder 15 'Tis Pity She's a Whore – Programs
Photo Box 101 Folder 95 ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 1 Folder 11 ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore – Information on other productions
Supp. Box 1 Folder 12 ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore – Reviews and clippings
Box 43 Folder 16 The Philanthropist by Christopher Hampton. Midwest Premiere, February 14-March 23, 1975. Directed by Michael Montel, sets designed by Peter Wexler, costumes by John David Ridge, lights by Ken Billington, ...with Judith Ivey and Swoosie Kurtz – Correspondence
Box 43 Folder 17 The Philanthropist – Stage Manager's Book: script
Box 43 Folder 18 The Philanthropist – Stage Manager's Book: technical lists and notes
Box 43 Folder 18a The Philanthropist – Unmarked script
Box 43 Folder 19 The Philanthropist – Press releases
Box 43 Folder 20 The Philanthropist – Clippings
Box 43 Folder 21 The Philanthropist – Programs
Box 43 Folder 22 The Philanthropist – Program from the National Theatre presentation of this production, April 1975
Photo Box 102 Folders 1-46 The Philanthropist – 46 photographs/negatives
Box 43 Folder 23 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht, and adapted by George Tabori. March 28-May 4, 1975. Directed by William Woodman, music by Hans-Dieter Hosalla, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by John David Ridge, lights by Gilbert Hemsley, Jr – Costume plots and contact sheet – with negative
Box 43 Folder 24 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – Press release
Box 43 Folder 25 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – Programs
Box 43 Folder 26 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – Reviews and clippings
Box 43 Folder 27 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – Unmarked script
Oversize Box 1 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – Poster
Photo Box 102 Folders 47-94 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – 48 photographs/negatives
Supp. Box 1 Folder 13 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – Promotional material
Supp. Box 1 Folder 14 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – Published script; unmarked
Box 44 Folder 1 Chemin de Fer by Georges Feydeau. May 9-June 15, 1975. Directed by Stuart Gordon, sets by James Maronek, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lights by F. Mitchell Dana – Production script: Acts I and II
Box 44 Folder 2 Chemin de Fer – Production Script: Acts II and III
Box 44 Folder 3 Chemin de Fer – Press release
Box 44 Folder 4 Chemin de Fer – Programs
Box 44 Folder 5 Chemin de Fer – Contact sheet
Oversize Folder 11 Chemin de Fer – Set designs
Photo Box 103 Folders 1-28 Chemin de Fer – 28 photographs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 15 Chemin de Fer – Reviews and clippings

1974-1975 Season, Studio

Box 44 Folder 6 General promotional material
Box 44 Folder 7 Merton of the Movies by George Kaufman and Marc Connelly. November 1-17, 1974. Adapted and directed by Kelly Danford, music and lyrics by David Coleman, choreography by Frank Ventura, scenic design by Donna Thompson, costumes by Phyllis Hojnacki, lights by Estelle Thompson, sound by Daniel Aberson – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 40)
Box 44 Folder 8 Merton of the Movies – Programs
Box 44 Folder 9 Funeral Games by Joe Orton and Vampire by Snoo Wilson. November 29-December 15, 1974. Adapted and directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by David Emmons, costumes by Ruth Deters, lighting by Rebecca Binks, music by Phillip Kusie – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 40)
Box 44 Folder 10 Funeral Games – Programs
Box 44 Folder 11 Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw. January 31-February 16, 1975. Directed by John Clingerman, scenic design by Dean Taucher, costumes by Ruth Deters, lights by Marc Andrew Warshell – Programs
Oversize Folder 40 Major Barbara – Set designs
Box 44 Folder 12 Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. February 28-March 16, 1975. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Eric Fielding, costumes by Nancy Grabowski, lights by Terry Jenkins, choreography by Estelle Spector, fights staged by Ron Piretti and Ted Wass – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 40)
Box 44 Folder 13 Romeo and Juliet – Programs
Box 44 Folder 14 The Hot L Baltimore by Lanford Wilson. April 4-April 20, 1975. Directed by Rae Allen, scenic design by Brad Loman, costume design by Sandi Kabins, lights by Dale Kovarik – Programs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 16 The Hot L Baltimore – Correspondence
Box 44 Folder 15 The Liar by Carlo Goldoni. May 2-May 18, 1975. Directed by Libby Appel, sets by Gary Cartwright, costumes by Julie Rutlin, lighting by Curtis M. Jacobson – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 40)
Box 44 Folder 16 The Liar – Programs

1974-1975 Season, Stage 2

Box 44 Folder 17 Winnebago by Frank Galati. November 1-11, 1974. Directed by Frank Galati, sets and costumes by Paul Appel, lights by Craig Miller, music and sound by Nick Jensen, choreography by Peter Amster – Program and press release
Photo Box 103 Folders 29-32 Winnebago – 4 photographs
Box 44 Folder 18 The Son by Gert Hoffman, translated by Jon Swan. January 3-12, 1975. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Beverly Sobieski, costumes by Maggie Bodwell, lights by Robert Christen – Poster (See: Oversize Poster Box 1)
Box 44 Folder 19 The Son – Programs, press release and reviews
Box 44 Folder 20 Once and For All by Robert Gordon. February 28-March 17, 1975. Directed by Patrick O'Gara – Promotional material and reviews
Box 44 Folder 21 Once and For All – Programs
Oversize Box 1 Once and For All – Poster
Box 44 Folder 22 Three Women by Cecil O'Neal, Cynthia Baker Johnson, Roberta Maguire and Sandy Lipton. Directed by Cecil O'Neal, lights by Robert Shook – Promotional material and correspondence
Box 44 Folder 23 Three Women – Programs, reviews and clippings
Box 44 Folder 23a Three Women – Script
Oversize Box 1 Three Women – Poster
Photo Box 103 Folders 33-36 Three Women – 4 photographs
Three Women (See: ALSO: Victory Gardens Theater Collection: PHF Box 1/Folder 7

1974-1975 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 44 Folder 24 General promotional material
Box 44 Folder 25 The Prince, the Wolf and the Firebird by Jackson Lacey. October 19-December 1, 1974. Directed by Bella Itkin, costumes by Susan Gayford, sets by Brad Loman, lights by William Fox, sound design by Steven Burgess, choreography by Estelle Spector, stage combat by Diane Parker – Set designs (See: Oversize Folder 39)
Box 44 Folder 26 The Prince, the Wolf and the Firebird – Press release
Box 44 Folder 27 The Prince, the Wolf and the Firebird – Programs
Photo Box 103 Folders 37-39 The Prince, The Wolf and the Firebird – 3 photographs
Box 44 Folder 28 Rags to Riches by Aurand Harris (suggested by two stories written by Horatio Alger). December 7, 1974-January 19, 1975. Directed by Eleanor Logan, scenic designs by Eric Fielding, costumes by Nancy Grabowski, lights by Steven Burgess, sound by William C. Fox, choreography by Diane Parker – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 39)
Box 44 Folder 29 Rags to Riches – Press releases and promotional material
Box 44 Folder 30 Rags to Riches – Review
Box 44 Folder 31 Rags to Riches – Programs
Photo Box 103 Folders 40-48 Rags to Riches – 9 photographs
Box 44 Folder 32 Peck's Bad Boy by Aurand Harris. Suggested by stories from Peck's Bad Boy, by George W. Peck. January 25-March 16, 1975. Directed by Kelly Danford, scenic design by Brad Loman, costumes by Richard Donnelly, lights by Neal Yablong – Press releases and promotional material
Box 44 Folder 33 Peck's Bad Boy – Programs
Oversize Folder 39 Peck's Bad Boy – Set designs
Photo Box 103 Folders 49-51 Peck’s Bad Boy – 3 photographs
Box 44 Folder 34 The Great Cross-Country Race, or The Hare and the Tortoise, adapted by Alan Broadhurst. March 22-May 18, 1985. Directed by David Avcollie, sets by Eric Fielding, costumes by Phyllis Hojnacki, lights by Terry Jenkins, sound design by Daniel Aberson – Set designs (See: Oversize Folder 39)
Box 44 Folder 35 The Great Cross-Country Race, or The Hare and the Tortoise – Press releases and promotional material
Box 44 Folder 36 The Great Cross-Country Race, or The Hare and the Tortoise – Programs
Photo Box 103 Folders 52-56 The Great Cross-Country Race, or The Hare and the Tortoise – 5 photographs
Box 44 Folder 37 The Fabulous Fable Factory by Joseph Robinette and Thomas Tierney. June 30-August 9, 1975. Directed by Bella Itkin, musical direction by Errol Pearlman, choreography by Estelle Spector, scenic design by Dean Taucher, costumes by Sandi Kabins, lights by Rebecca Binks – Promotional material
Box 44 Folder 38 The Fabulous Fable Factory – Programs
Photo Box 103 Folders 57-65 The Fabulous Fable Factory – 9 photographs

1974-1975 Season, Special Events

Box 44 Folder 39 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music. August 8-28, 1975. (Cancelled.) – Press releases and clippings
Box 44 Folder 40 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – Memoranda and notes
Box 44 Folder 41 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – Promotional materials and correspondence for The Wolverines
Box 44 Folder 42 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – Promotional materials and correspondence for Carlos Montoya
Box 44 Folder 43 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – Promotional materials for the Feld Ballet
Box 44 Folder 44 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – Promotional materials, correspondence and audio tape for William Windom as James Thurber
Box 44 Folder 45 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – Promotional materials for Leo Lotke
Box 44 Folder 46 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – Promotional materials for the Vermeer Quartet
Photo Box 103 Folders 66-86 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music – 9 photographs
Photo Box 103 Folder 87 Summer Festival of Theatre, Dance and Music, slides – 21 photographs

1975-1976 Season, Mainstage

Box 45 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Box 45 Folder 2 Goodman News; Volume 1, #1
Supp. Box 1 Folder 17 Clippings
Supp. Box 1 Folder 18 Open auditions and Midwest Casting Center
Box 45 Folder 3 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. October 3-November 9, 1975. Directed by George Keathley, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lights by Gilbert Hemsley – Contact sheet
Box 45 Folder 4 Our Town by Thornton Wilder – Press releases and promotional material
Box 45 Folder 5 Our Town – Programs
Box 45 Folder 6 Our Town – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 104 Folders 1-2 Our Town – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 19 Our Town – Correspondence
Supp. Box 1 Folder 20 Our Town – Prompt script, blocking notes and light cues in pencil; with correspondence
Box 45 Folder 7 Benito Cerino, from The Old Glory by Robert Lowell, and based on the novella by Herman Melville. November 14-December 21, 1975. Directed by Michael Montel, sets designed by David Jenkins, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lights by George Hemsley, Jr., choreography by Darlene Blackburn – Contact sheets
Box 45 Folder 8 Benito Cerino – Promotional material
Box 45 Folder 9 Benito Cerino – Programs
Box 45 Folder 10 Benito Cerino – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 104 Folder 3 Benito Cerino – 1 photograph
Box 45 Folder 11 Mourning Becomes Electra by Eugene O'Neill. January 2-February 8, 1976. Directed by William Woodman, sets by John Jensen, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lights by F. Mitchell Dana, music selected by Nick Venden, ...with Judith Ivey – Script; Act I
Box 45 Folder 12 Mourning Becomes Electra – Script; Act II
Box 45 Folder 13 Mourning Becomes Electra – Script; Act III, with contact sheets
Box 45 Folder 13a Mourning Becomes Electra – Prompt script
Box 45 Folder 14 Mourning Becomes Electra – Press releases and promotional material
Box 45 Folder 15 Mourning Becomes Electra – Programs
Box 45 Folder 16 Mourning Becomes Electra – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 104 Folders 4-5 Mourning Becomes Electra – 2 photographs
Box 45 Folder 17 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia by Preston Jones. February 13-March 21, 1976. Directed by Harold Stone, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by John David Ridge, lights by F. Mitchell Dana, ...with Jack Wallace and W.H. Macy – Contact sheets
Box 45 Folder 18 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – Press releases and promotional material
Box 45 Folder 19 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – Programs
Box 45 Folder 20 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – Reviews and clippings
Box 45 Folder 21 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – Unmarked script
Box 45 Folder 22 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – Script, as above
Photo Box 104 Folder 6 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 1 Folder 21 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – Correspondence
Supp. Box 1 Folder 22 The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia – Information on other productions
Box 45a Folder 1 Our Fathers Failing by Israel Horovitz. World Premiere, March 26-May 2, 1976. Directed by John Dillon, sets designed by Stuart Wurzel, costumes by John David Ridge, lighting by Arden Fingerhut – Script; Act I, revised November 1974
Box 45a Folder 2 Our Fathers Failing – Script; Acts II and III, revised November 1974
Box 45a Folder 3 Our Fathers Failing – Script; Act I, revised August 1975
Box 45a Folder 4 Our Fathers Failing – Script; Acts II and III, revised August 1975
Box 45a Folder 5 Our Fathers Failing – Script; Act I, revised circa March 1976
Box 45a Folder 6 Our Fathers Failing – Script; Act I, Scene 2, circa March 1976
Box 45a Folder 7 Our Fathers Failing – Script, circa March 1976
Box 45a Folder 8 Our Fathers Failing – Script; Act I, March 22, 1976
Box 45a Folder 9 Our Fathers Failing – Script; Acts II and III, March 22, 1976, with contact sheets
Box 45a Folder 10 Our Fathers Failing – Complete script, revised March 22, 1976
Box 45a Folder 11 Our Fathers Failing – Press releases and promotional material
Box 45a Folder 12 Our Fathers Failing – Programs
Box 45a Folder 13 Our Fathers Failing – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 104 Folder 7 Our Fathers Failing – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 1 Folder 23 Our Fathers Failing – Background on Horovitz
Supp. Box 1 Folder 24 Our Fathers Failing – Correspondence
Box 46 Folder 1 The Devil's Disciple by George Bernard Shaw. May 7-June 13, 1976. Directed by William Woodman, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Patricia Collins – Press releases and promotional material
Box 46 Folder 2 The Devil's Disciple – Programs
Box 46 Folder 3 The Devil's Disciple – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 104 Folders 8-9 The Devil's Disciple – 2 photographs

1975-1976 Season, Studio

Box 46 Folder 4 General promotional material
Box 46 Folder 5 Speak of the Devil by Tom Sand and Herbert Hecht. November 6-16, 1975. Directed by Estelle Spector, musical direction by Errol Pearlman, scenic design by Gary Cartwright, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch, lights by C.K. Kirk – Programs
Box 46 Folder 6 Camino Real by Tennessee Williams. December 4-14, 1975. Adapted and directed by Joseph Slowik, scenic design by Dean Taucher, costumes by Julie Jackson, lighting by Christine Decyk, sound design by Eric Strand – Programs
Box 46 Folder 7 Tobacco Road by Jack Kirkland, from the novel by Erskine Caldwell. February 5-15, 1976. Directed by Libby Appel, sets by Joe Hennessy, costumes by Bobbie Hodges, lights by Robert Frederick, sound design by Tom McCurdy – Programs
Box 46 Folder 8 Macbeth by William Shakespeare. March 4-20, 1976. Directed by Jack Jones, sets and lights by Eric Fielding, costumes by Sandi Kabins – Programs
Box 46 Folder 9 When You Comin' Back Red Ryder? by Mark Medoff. April 1-11, 1976. Directed by Anthony Petitto, scenic design by Robert Platte, costumes by Lise Griggs, lights by Eric Strand – Set designs (See: Oversize Folder 42)
Box 46 Folder 10 When You Comin' Back Red Ryder? – Programs
Box 46 Folder 11 Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill. April 29-May 9, 1976. Directed by David Avcollie, sets by Thomas Beall, costumes by Bobbie Hodges, lights by Mary Lou Papada – Set designs (See: Oversize Folder 42)
Box 46 Folder 12 Ah, Wilderness! – Programs

1975-1976 Season, Stage 2

Box 46 Folder 13 General press releases and promotional material
Box 46 Folder 14 General clippings
Box 46 Folder 15 American Buffalo by David Mamet. October 23-November 9, 1975. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Michael Merritt, lights by Robert Christen – Press releases and promotional material
Box 46 Folder 16 American Buffalo – Reviews and clippings
Box 46 Folder 17 American Buffalo – Programs
Box 46 Folder 18 American Buffalo – Script
Box 46 Folder 19 Three Plays of the Yuan Dynasty, translated by Liu Jung-en. December 4-21, 1975. Directed by June Pyskacek, music by Gerald Holbrook, set designs by Rick Paul and Uta Olson, lights by Robert Christen – Contact sheet
Box 46 Folder 20 Three Plays of the Yuan Dynasty – Press releases and promotional materials
Box 46 Folder 21 Three Plays of the Yuan Dynasty – Programs
Box 46 Folder 22 Three Plays of the Yuan Dynasty – Reviews and clippings
Box 46 Folder 23 Chicago, by Sam Shepard and directed by Dennis Zacek; and The Local Stigmatic, by Heathcote Williams and directed by Gary Houston. Sets and lights by Paul K. Basten (lights for Chicago by Robert Christen), costumes by Marsha Kowal – Press releases and promotional materials
Box 46 Folder 24 Chicago and The Local Stigmatic – Reviews and clippings
Box 46 Folder 25 Chicago and The Local Stigmatic – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 10-11 Chicago and The Local Stigmatic – 2 photographs
Box 46 Folder 26 Dandelion Wine, adapted for the stage by Peter John Bailey from the Ray Bradbury novel. March 18-April 4, 1976. Directed by William Woodman, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Maggie Bodwell, music by David Rice, lights by Robert Christen – Contact sheets
Box 46 Folder 27 Dandelion Wine – Press releases and promotional materials
Box 46 Folder 28 Dandelion Wine – Reviews and clippings
Box 46 Folder 29 Dandelion Wine – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 12-13 Dandelion Wine – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 25 Dandelion Wine – Research on other productions and on Bradbury
Box 46 Folder 30 Statues and The Bridge at Belharbour by Janet Neipris. World Professional Premiere, April 22-May 9, 1976. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Brian Laczko, costume design by Marsha Kowal, lights by Robert Christen, ...with Judith Ivey – Press releases and promotional material
Box 46 Folder 31 Statues and The Bridge at Belharbour – Reviews and clippings
Box 46 Folder 32 Statues and The Bridge at Belharbour – Programs
Box 46 Folder 32a Statues and The Bridge at Belharbour – Script (The Bridge at Belharbour)
Box 46 Folder 33a Statues and The Bridge at Belharbour – Script (Statues)
Photo Box 104 Folders 14-15 Statues and The Bridge at Belharbour – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 26 Statues and The Bridge at Belharbour – Correspondence

1975-1976 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 46 Folder 33 General promotional material
Box 46 Folder 34 Tom Sawyer, adapted from Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, book and lyrics by Sarah Marie Schlesinger, musical score by Michael Dansicker. October 18-November 30, 1975. Directed by Dan Schmidtke, choreography by Diana Parker, scenic design by Eric Fielding, costumes by Sandi Kabins, lights by Dale Kovarik – Programs
Box 46 Folder 35 The Wizard of Oz, adapted from the story by Frank Baum by Adele Thane, original music and lyrics by Brian Alan Lasser. December 6, 1975-January 25, 1976. Directed by Dean Button, lights by Marc Warshell, sound by Curtis Jacobsen, scenic design by Gary Cartwright, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch, choreography by Dawn Mora – Programs
Box 46 Folder 36 Coyote and His Brothers, adapted from Anna Moore Shaw's Tales of the Pima Indians. January 31-March 14, 1976. Directed by Eleanor Logan, sets designed by Eric Fielding, costumes by Julie Jackson, lights by Curtis Jacobson – Press releases
Box 46 Folder 37 Coyote and His Brothers – Programs
Box 46 Folder 38 Yankee Doodle by Aurand Harris, music by Mort Stine. March 20-May 16, 1976. Directed by Russell Chesson, choreography by Estelle Spector, scenic design by Dean Taucher, costumes by Judy Mackowsky, lights by G.E. Naselius – Programs

1975-1976 Season, Special Events

Box 46 Folder 39 Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre. Professional Debut, October [?], 1975 – Clippings
Box 46 Folder 40 Breakfast in the Kitchen by James Dexter. October 7, 1975 – Programs and clippings
Box 46 Folder 41 Free Street Theatre presents Declaration '76 – Proposal

1976-1977 Season, Mainstage

Box 47 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Supp. Box 1 Folder 27 Open auditions and Midwest Casting Center
Box 47 Folder 2 Design for Living by Noel Coward. October 1-November 7, 1976. Directed by William Woodman, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lights by Pat Collins,...with Judith Ivey – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 3 Design for Living – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 4 Design for Living – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folder 16 Design for Living – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 1 Folder 28 Design for Living – Correspondence and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 5 Long Day's Journey Into Night by Eugene O'Neill. November 12-December 19, 1976. Directed by George Keathley, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by F. Mitchell Dana, costumes by Virgil Johnson – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 6 Long Day's Journey Into Night – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 7 Long Day's Journey Into Night – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 8 Long Day's Journey Into Night – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folder 17 Long Day's Journey Into Night – 1 photograph
Box 47 Folder 9 The Show Off by George Kelly. December 31, 1976-February 6, 1977. Directed by Gene Lesser, sets by Marjorie Kellogg, Lights by Pat Collins, costumes by James Edmund Brady,...with William H. Macy – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 10 The Show Off – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 11 The Show Off – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 12 The Show Off – Programs
Supp. Box 1 Folder 29 The Show Off – Published script; unmarked Xerox
Box 47 Folder 13 Richard III by William Shakespeare. February 11-March 20, 1977. Directed by William Woodman, sets designed by John Jensen, lighting by F. Mitchell Dana, fights staged by Michael Tezla, costumes by James Edmund Brady, music composed by Alaric Jans – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 14 Richard III – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 15 Richard III – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 16 Richard III – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folder 18 Richard III – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 1 Folder 30 Richard III – Promotional material costumes by James Edmund Brady, music composed by Alaric Jans
Supp. Box 1 Folder 31 Richard III – Published script; Xerox with line cuts and changes
Box 47 Folder 17 Streamers by David Rabe. Midwest Premiere, March 25-May 1, 1977. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, lights by Pat Collins, costumes by Marsha Kowal,...with William H. Macy and Meshach Taylor – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 18 Streamers – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 19 Streamers – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 20 Streamers – Programs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 1 Streamers – Information on previous productions
Supp. Box 2 Folder 2 Streamers – Script; unmarked
Box 47 Folder 21 Don Juan by Moliere, translated by Christopher Hampton. May 6-June 12, 1977. Production supervised by William Woodman, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costume design by Virgil Johnson, fights staged by Michael Tezla,...with Judith Ivey and Robert Guillaume – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 22 Don Juan – Press releases and promotional materials
Box 47 Folder 23 Don Juan – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 19-21 Don Juan – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 3 Don Juan – Reviews and clippings

1976-1977 Season, Studio

Box 47 Folder 24 The Hostage by Brendan Behan. October 28-November 7, 1976. Adapted and directed by Joseph Slowik, scenic design by Stephen Packard, costumes by Irene Behrenfeld, lights by Tom Boucher – Programs
Box 47 Folder 25 Summer of the Seventeenth Doll by Ray Lawler. December 9-19, 1976. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Dean Taucher, costumes by Bobbie Hodges, lighting by Daniel Lesh, sound by Michael Barich – Programs
Box 47 Folder 26 The Mad Dog Blues by Sam Shepard. February 3-13, 1977. Directed by Edwin Schmidtke, original music composed by Elliot Delman, musical direction by June Shellene, stage fights by Bruce Rogers Wright, scenic design by Tom Beall, costumes by Lise Griggs, lights by Kathy Daly, sound production and design by Roger Dale Weissman – Programs
Box 47 Folder 27 Hamlet by William Shakespeare. March 3-19, 1977. Directed by Charles McGaw, duel staged by Bruce Rogers Wright, sets by Joe Hennessy, costumes by Ferruccio Garavaglia, lights by Ralph Lorenz, sound by Michael Merker – Programs
Box 47 Folder 28 The Real Inspector Hound and Albert's Bridge by Tom Stoppard. April 7-17, 1977. Directed by Dale McFadden, scenic design by Stephen Packard, costumes by Richard Parks, lighting designed by Mike Sarich – Programs
Box 47 Folder 29 Spring's Awakening by Frank Wedekind. May 5-15, 1977. Directed by Joseph Slowik, scenic design by Nels Anderson, lighting by Roger Weissman, sound design by Kathleen Daly, costumes by Hollis Levy, fighting staged by Bruce Rogers Wright – Programs

1976-1977 Season, Stage 2

Box 47 Folder 30 General promotional material and clippings
Box 47 Folder 31 Sizwe Banzi is Dead by Athol Fugard, John Kani, and Winston Ntshona. Chicago Premiere, November 3, 1976. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Beverly Sobieski, costumes by Michelle Demichelis, lights by Lionel Smith,...with Meshach Taylor – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 32 Sizwe Banzi is Dead – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 22-24 Sizwe Banzi is Dead – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 2 Folder 4 Sizwe Banzi is Dead – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 2 Folder 5 Sizwe Banzi is Dead – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 2 Folder 6 Sizwe Banzi is Dead – Promotional material, reviews and clippings from production at Victory Gardens Theater, May 1977
Supp. Box 2 Folder 7 Sizwe Banzi is Dead – Promotional material, reviews and clippings from Tour, Spring 1978
Box 47 Folder 33 The Sport of My Mad Mother by Ann Jellicoe. December 1-19, 1976. Directed by Dennis Zacek, sets by Dean Taucher, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lights by Robert Christen,...with Judith Ivey – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 34 The Sport of My Mad Mother – Promotional materials and press releases
Box 47 Folder 35 The Sport of My Mad Mother – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folder 25 The Sport of My Mad Mother – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 2 Folder 8 The Sport of My Mad Mother – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 36 A Life in the Theatre by David Mamet. World Premiere, February 3-20, 1977. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lighting by Robert Christen, music by Stuart Klawans,...with Mike Nussbaum and Joe Mantegna – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 37 A Life in the Theatre – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 38 A Life in the Theatre – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 39 A Life in the Theatre – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folder 26 A Life in the Theatre – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 2 Folder 9 A Life in the Theatre – Revised script; dated December 9, 1976, with light cues
Supp. Box 2 Folder 10 A Life in the Theatre – Revised script; dated December 9, 1976, with additional revisions dated January 17, 1977 (2 copies)
Box 47 Folder 40 Kaspar by Peter Handke, translated by Michael Roloff. March 3-20, 1977. Directed by Gary Houston, sets by Maher Ahmad, costume design by Michelle Demichelis, lighting design by Robert Christen, sound design by Gary Rotta – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 41 Kaspar – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 42 Kaspar – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 43 Kaspar – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folder 27 Kaspar – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 2 Folder 11 Kaspar – Information on Handke
Box 47 Folder 44 George Jean Nathan in Review, conceived by Stanley Eden based on the writings of George Jean Nathan. April 21-May 8, 1977. Directed by Stanley Eden, sets designed by Michael Merritt, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lights by Robert Christen, sound by Gary Rotta – Contact sheet
Box 47 Folder 45 George Jean Nathan in Review – Press releases and promotional material
Box 47 Folder 46 George Jean Nathan in Review – Reviews and clippings
Box 47 Folder 47 George Jean Nathan in Review – Programs
Box 47 Folder 48 George Jean Nathan in Review – Script, unmarked
Box 47 Folder 49 George Jean Nathan in Review – Script: Act II, Rough Draft-modified

1976-1977 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 47a Folder 1 General promotional material
Box 47a Folder 2 Just So Stories, dramatized by Aurand Harris. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets and costumes designed by Thomas Beall, lighting by G.E. Naselius – Script
Box 47a Folder 3 Just So Stories – Programs
Box 47a Folder 4 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp by James Norris, music and lyrics by Errol Pearlman. October 16-November 28, 1976. Directed by Bella Itkin, choreography by Dawn Mora, fight sequence by Bruce Rogers Wright, scenic design by Thomas Beall, costume design by Bobbie Hodges, lighting design by G.E. Naselius – Programs
Box 47a Folder 5 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 43)
Box 47a Folder 6 The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi. December 4, 1976-January 23, 1977. Conceived and directed by Terry Zehr, fight choreography by Bruce Rogers Wright, scene design by Bob Platte, costumes by Mary Lou Holmes, lights by Christine Decyk – Programs
Box 47a Folder 7 The Adventures of Pinocchio – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 43)
Box 47a Folder 8 The Unwicked Witch by Madge Miller. January 29-March 13, 1977. Directed by Stuart Hawk, scenic design by Joe Hennessey, costumes by Irene Behrenfeld, lighting by Eric Strand, sound design by Richard Young – Programs
Box 47a Folder 9 Androcles and the Lion, adapted by Aurand Harris. March 19-May 15, 1977. Directed and choreographed by Estelle Spector, scenic designs by Bob Platte, costumes by Lise Griggs, lights by Rochard Young, sound by Christine Decyk – Programs

1976-1977 Season, Special Events

Box 47a Folder 10 As you Like It. Shakespeare in the Park, [1976-1977]. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Maher Ahmad, lights by Robert Christen, costumes by Marsha Kowal, music by Alaric Jans,...with Judith Ivey and Mike Nussbaum – Clippings and contact sheet
Box 47a Folder 10a New Playwright’s Project. [1976-1977] – General promotional materials and clippings
Box 47a Folder 11 Times Up by Lance Lee. Directed by William Woodman,...with Jack Wallace – Programs
Box 47a Folder 12 Times Up – Script
Box 47a Folder 13 City Junket. Directed by Mac McGuinnes – Programs

1977-1978 Season, Mainstage

Box 47a Folder 14 General press releases and promotional material
Box 47a Folder 14a Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 2 Folder 12 Open auditions and Midwest Casting Center
Box 47a Folder 15 St. Joan by George Bernard Shaw. September 23-October 30, 1977. Directed by John Clark, scenery by David Jenkins, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lights by F. Mitchell Dana,...starring Lynn Redgrave – Contact sheet
Box 47a Folder 16 St. Joan – Reviews and clippings
Box 47a Folder 17 St. Joan – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 28-32 St. Joan – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 13 St. Joan – Information from other productions
Supp. Box 2 Folder 14 St. Joan – Promotional material
Box 47a Folder 18 The Sea Gull by Anton Chekhov. November 11-December 18, 1977. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, lighting by Pat Collins, costume design by Virgil Johnson – Contact sheet
Box 47a Folder 19 The Sea Gull – Reviews and clippings
Box 47a Folder 20 The Sea Gull – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 33-39 The Sea Gull – 7 photographs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 15 The Sea Gull – Casting
Supp. Box 2 Folder 16 The Sea Gull – Promotional material
Supp. Box 2 Folder 17 The Sea Gull – Prompt script; with cues, rehearsal log and contact sheet
Supp. Box 2 Folder 18 The Sea Gull – Prompt script; with blocking
Supp. Box 2 Folder 19 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script for the production at the Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Box 47a Folder 21 Working, from the book by Studs Terkel, songs by Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Stephen Schwartz, and James Taylor, with additional songs by Susan Birkenhead and Mary Rogers. December 30, 1977-February 5, 1978. Adapted and directed by Stephen Schwartz, dance and incidental music by Michelle Brourman, sets by David Mitchell, costumes by Marjorie Slaiman, lighting by Pat Collins, musical direction and vocal arrangements by Stephen Reinhardt, sound design by Abe Jacobs, choreography by Graciela Daniele,...with Joe Mantegna – Contact sheet
Box 47a Folder 22 Working – Reviews and clippings
Box 47a Folder 23 Working – Programs
Box 47a Folder 24 Working – Reviews and clippings from New York City production
Photo Box 104 Folders 40-49 Working – 10 photographs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 20 Working – Promotional material
Box 47a Folder 25 Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. February 10-March 19, 1978. Directed by William Woodman, sets by Herbert Senn and Helen Pond, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Stephen Ross, dances by Ruth Page, incidental music and songs by Alaric Jans,...with Judith Ivey – Contact sheet
Box 47a Folder 26 Much Ado About Nothing – Reviews and clippings
Box 47a Folder 27 Much Ado About Nothing – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 50-52 Much Ado About Nothing – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 21 Much Ado About Nothing – Promotional material
Supp. Box 2 Folder 22 Much Ado About Nothing – Published script of Zeffirelli production, National Theatre of Great Britain
Box 48 Folder 1 The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams. March 31-May 7, 1978. Directed by George Keathley, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lights by Robert Christen – Contact sheet
Box 48 Folder 2 The Night of the Iguana – Press releases, reviews and clippings
Box 48 Folder 3 The Night of the Iguana – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 53-57 The Night of the Iguana – 5 photographs
Box 48 Folder 4 Otherwise Engaged by Simon Gray. May 12-June 18, 1978. Directed by William Woodman, scenic design by Joseph Nieminski, lighting designed by F. Mitchell Dana, costumes by James Edmund Brady – Contact sheet
Box 48 Folder 5 Otherwise Engaged – Press releases and clippings
Box 48 Folder 6 Otherwise Engaged – Programs
Box 48 Folder 7 Otherwise Engaged – Script, labeled “B”
Photo Box 104 Folders 58-63 Otherwise Engaged – 6 photographs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 23 Otherwise Engaged – Casting

1977-1978 Season, Studio

Box 48 Folder 8 The Playboy of the Western World by John Millington Synge. October 27-November 6, 1977. Directed by Jack Jones, scenic design by George Caldwell, costumes by Curtis Flowers, light and sound design by Ralph Lorenz – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 44)
Box 48 Folder 9 The Playboy of the Western World – Programs
Box 48 Folder 10 Six Characters in Search of an Author by Luigi Pirandello. [1977-1978]. Directed by Jack Warner, S.J., sets by Janet Roller, lights by J.B. Spector – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 44)
Box 48 Folder 11 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Programs and posters
Box 48 Folder 12 Small Craft Warnings by Tennessee Williams. December 1-11, 1977. Directed by Michael Merker, sets and costumes designed by Brad Loman, lights by Kathleen Daly, sound design by J.B. Spector – Set design (See: Oversize Folder 44)
Box 48 Folder 13 Small Craft Warnings – Programs and posters
Box 48 Folder 14 A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare. March 9-19, 1978. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets and lights by Nels Anderson, costumes by Curtis Flowers, music by Jeffrey Woods – Set designs (See: Oversize Folder 44)
Box 48 Folder 15 A Midsummer Night's Dream – Programs and posters
Box 48 Folder 16 Jack, or The Submission and The Chairs by Eugene Ionesco. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Richard Parks, lighting by Daniel Lesh and Ralph Lorenz – Programs and poster

1977-1978 Season, Stage 2

Box 48 Folder 17 General promotional material and clipping
Box 48 Folder 18 Hail Scrawdyke, or Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs by David Halliwell. January 10-29, 1978. Directed by Michael Maggio, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Julie Jackson, lighting by Robert Christen – Programs
Box 48 Folder 19 Hail Scrawdyke, or Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs – Reviews and clippings
Box 48 Folder 20 Hail Scrawdyke, or Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs – Script
Photo Box 104 Folders 64-67 Hail Scrawdyke, or Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs – 4 photographs
Box 48 Folder 20a Annulla Allen, the Autobiography of a Survivor by Emily Mann and Annulla Allen. March 16-April 2, 1978 – Programs, press releases and promotional material
Box 48 Folder 21 Annulla Allen, the Autobiography of a Survivor – Reviews and clippings
Box 48 Folder 21a Annulla Allen, the Autobiography of a Survivor – Reviews from other productions
Box 48 Folder 22 Annulla Allen, the Autobiography of a Survivor – Script, adapted for Earplay radio
Photo Box 104 Folder 68 Annulla Allen, the Autobiography of a Survivor – 1 photograph
Box 48 Folder 23 Battering Ram by David Freeman. April 9-23, 1978. Directed by Gregory Mosher, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lighting by Robert Shook, sets by Maher Ahmad,...with W.H. Macy – Contact sheet
Box 48 Folder 24 Battering Ram – Programs, press releases, promotional material
Box 48 Folder 25 Battering Ram – Reviews and clippings
Box 48 Folder 26 Battering Ram – Script
Photo Box 104 Folders 69-70 Battering Ram – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 2 Folder 24 Battering Ram – Casting
Box 48 Folder 27 Sizwe Banzi is Dead by John Kani. March 14-19, 1978. Directed by Gregory Mosher, lights and sets designed by Robert Christen, costumes designed by Michelle Demichelis,...with Meshach Taylor – Programs
Photo Box 104 Folders 71-72 Sizwe Banzi is Dead – 2 photographs
Box 48 Folder 28 Prague Spring by Lee Kalcheim. May 23-June 11 l978. Directed by Dennis Zacek, sets by Maher Ahmad, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lights by Robert Christen – Contact sheet
Box 48 Folder 29 Prague Spring – Programs, press releases, promotional material
Box 48 Folder 29a Prague Spring – Reviews and clippings
Box 48 Folder 29b Prague Spring – Program for the Cleveland Playhouse production
Box 48 Folder 30 Prague Spring – Script
Photo Box 104 Folders 73-74 Prague Spring – 2 photographs

1977-1978 Season, Children’s Theatre

Box 48 Folder 31 Beauty and the Beast by Jesse Beers. October 22-December 22, 1977. Directed by Joe Guastaferro, sets by Nels Anderson, costumes by Richard Parks, sound design by Roger Weissmann, lights by Daniel Lesh – Programs and poster
Box 48 Folder 32 Winterthing by Joan Aiken. January 21-March 19, 1978. Directed by Gordon Kupperstein – Flyer
Box 48 Folder 33 Cinderella, dramatized by Phyllis Ward. March 25-May 7, 1978. Directed by Estelle Spector, music by Hans Wurman, sets by Brad Loman, lights by Daniel Lesh, costumes by Hollis Levy – Programs and poster

1978-1979 Season, Mainstage

Box 49 Folder 1 General promotional material
Supp. Box 4 Folder 1 Open auditions and Midwest Casting Center
Box 49 Folder 2 Native Son, adapted by Paul Green from the novel by Richard Wright. October 6-November 12, 1978. Directed by Gregory Mosher, scenery by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lighting by Pat Collins,...with Mike Nussbaum and Meshach Taylor – Contact sheets
Box 49 Folder 3 Native Son – Programs and promotional material
Box 49 Folder 4 Native Son – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 105 Folders 1-2 Native Son – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 4 Folder 2 Native Son – Casting
Supp. Box 4 Folder 3 Native Son – Research
Supp. Box 4 Folder 4 Native Son – Script; unmarked, with scene breakdown
Oversize Folder 45 Native Son – Poster
Box 49 Folder 5 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Charles Dickens. November 24-December 31, 1978. Directed by Tony Mockus, choreography by Gus Giordano, music by Hiram Titus, scenery by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lights by Robert Christen, sound design by Henry Miller – Programs and promotional material
Photo Box 105 Folder 3 A Christmas Carol – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 4 Folder 5 A Christmas Carol – Casting
Supp. Box 4 Folder 6 A Christmas Carol – Reviews
Supp. Box 4 Folder 7 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script with blocking (1 of 2)
Supp. Box 4 Folder 8 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script with blocking (2 of 2)
Box 49 Folder 6 Two-Part Inventions by Richard Howard. January 12-February 18, 1979. Directed by Michael Feingold, scenery by David Lloyd Gropman, lights by Jennifer Tipton, costumes by Christa Scholtz – Programs and promotional material
Box 49 Folder 6a Two-Part Inventions – Script; Xerox of published version (Athenaeum)
Photo Box 105 Folders 4-9 Two-Part Inventions – 6 photographs
Supp. Box 4 Folder 9 Two-Part Inventions – Contact sheet, reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 4 Folder 10 Two-Part Inventions – Research
Box 49 Folder 7 Bosoms and Neglect by John Guare. February 23-April 1, 1979. Directed by Mel Shapiro, sets by John Wulp, costume designs by Willa Kim, lights by Jennifer Tipton – Contact sheet
Box 49 Folder 8 Bosoms and Neglect – Programs and clippings
Box 49 Folder 8a Bosoms and Neglect – Script; revised 12/15/78
Photo Box 105 Folders 10-15 Bosoms and Neglect – 6 photographs
Supp. Box 4 Folder 11 Bosoms and Neglect – Information on other productions
Supp. Box 4 Folder 12 Bosoms and Neglect – Promotional material
Oversize Folder 45 Bosoms and Neglect – Poster
Box 49 Folder 9 Holiday by Philip Barry. April 12-May 13, 1979. Directed by Tony Tanner, costumes by Clifford Capone, lighting by Robert Christen, sets by Joseph Nieminski,...with Lindsay Crouse and W.H. Macy – Contact sheet
Box 49 Folder 10 Holiday – Programs, promotional material and clippings
Box 49 Folder 10a Holiday – Script; Xerox of published version
Photo Box 105 Folders 16-19 Holiday – 4 photographs
Box 49 Folder 11 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer by David Mamet. May 18-June 24, 1979. Directed by Gregory Mosher, music and lyrics by Alaric Jans, sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lighting by Pat Collins – Contact sheet
Box 49 Folder 12 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Programs and promotional material
Box 49 Folder 13 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Script, labeled “Early Draft”
Box 49 Folder 14 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Script, labeled “A-3rd Draft”
Box 49a Folder 1 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer by David Mamet. May 18-June 24, 1979. Directed by Gregory Mosher, music and lyrics by Alaric Jans, sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lighting by Pat Collins – Script; labeled “B-Corrected 5/27/79”
Box 49a Folder 2 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Script; labeled “C-Draft 4”
Box 49a Folder 3 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Script; labeled “D” (Xerox of B)
Box 49a Folder 4 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Script; labeled “E-Draft 5”
Box 49a Folder 5 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Script’ labeled “B” and “F”
Photo Box 105 Folders 20-23 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 4 Folder 13 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Research
Supp. Box 4 Folder 14 The Lone Canoe, or The Explorer – Reviews and clippings

1978-1979 Season, Studio

Box 49a Folder 6 The Royal Gambit by Hermann Gressieker. November 9-19, 1978. Directed by Jack Jones, costumes and sets by Virgil Johnson, lighting by G.E. Naselius – Programs
Box 49a Folder 7 Hold Me by Jules Feiffer. January 25-February 4, 1979. Directed by Estelle Spector, music by Erroll Pearlman and David Rush, choreography by Carol Delik, sets by Harriet M. Ball, costumes by Bobbie Hodges, lights by James Highland – Programs
Box 49a Folder 8 Antigone, adapted by Lewis Galatiere from the play by Jean Anouilh. March 8-18, 1979. Directed by A.C. Thomas, sets by James Maronek, costumes by Maggie Bodwell, lighting designed by G.E. Naselius – Programs
Box 49a Folder 9 The Promise by Aleksei Arbuzov. April 12-22, 1979. Directed by Bella Itkin, sets by Karl Kachvor, costumes by Dale Wibben, lights by Rob Rothstein – Programs
Box 49a Folder 10 The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan. May 17-27, 1979. Directed by Joseph Slowik, sets designed by Nels Anderson, costumes by Julie Jackson, lights by Karl Kachvor – Promotional material

1978-1979 Season, Stage 2

Box 49a Folder 11 Emigres by Slawomir Mrozek. October 24-November 5, 1978. Sets by Maher Ahmad, costumes by Jane Morgan Henry, lighting design by Robert Christen, sound by Henry Miller – Programs, promotional materials and reviews (with reviews from other productions)
Photo Box 105 Folder 24 Emigres – 1 photograph
Box 49a Folder 12 Curse of the Starving Class by Sam Shepard. Midwest Premiere, January 7-28, 1979. Directed by Robert Falls, sets by Michael Merritt, music by Leo Kotke, lights by Robert Christen, costumes by Marsha Kowal,...with John Malkovich, Glenne Headley and Jack Wallace – Contact sheet
Box 49a Folder 13 Curse of the Starving Class – Programs, promotional material and reviews (with reviews from New York productions)
Photo Box 105 Folder 25 Curse of the Starving Class – 1 photograph
Oversize Folder 45 Curse of the Starving Class – Poster
Box 49a Folder 14 Scenes and Revelations by Elan Garonzik. March 18-April 8, 1979. Directed by Betsy Carpenter, sets by James Guenther, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lighting by Robert Christen, music by Tom Bishop – Contact sheet and correspondence
Box 49a Folder 15 Scenes and Revelations – Programs and promotional material
Box 49a Folder 16 Scenes and Revelations – Script
Photo Box 105 Folders 26-29 Scenes and Revelations – 4 photographs
Box 49a Folder 17 The Island by Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Nishona. Touring, March 1979 – Contact Sheet
Photo Box 105 Folder 30 The Island – 1 photograph
Photo Box 105 Folders 31-35 Olatunji & Friends – 2 photographs

1979-1980 Season, Mainstage

Box 50 Folder 1 General promotional material
Supp. Box 4 Folder 15 Open auditions and Midwest Casting Center
Box 50 Folder 2 Death and the King's Horseman by Wole Soyinka. October 5-November 11, 1979. Directed by Wole Soyinka, costumes by Christa Scholtz, sets by David Gropman, lights by Pat Collins – Research
Box 50 Folder 3 Death and the King's Horseman – Press releases, promotional material
Box 50 Folder 4 Death and the King's Horseman – Goodman Guide
Box 50 Folder 5 Death and the King's Horseman – Programs
Box 50 Folder 5a Death and the King's Horseman – Script; marked with corrections
Photo Box 106 Folders 1-5 Death and the King's Horseman – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 4 Folder 16 Death and the King's Horseman – Casting
Supp. Box 4 Folder 17 Death and the King's Horseman – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 4 Folder 18 Death and the King's Horseman – Correspondence (invitations)
Supp. Box 4 Folder 19 Death and the King's Horseman – Costume and prop lists, script changes, sound plot, etc.
Supp. Box 4 Folder 20 Death and the King's Horseman – Costuming
Supp. Box 4 Folder 21 Death and the King's Horseman – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 4 Folder 22 Death and the King's Horseman – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 4 Folder 23 Death and the King's Horseman – Reviews and clippings from performances at the Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., December 4-23, 1979
Supp. Box 4 Folder 24 Death and the King's Horseman – Programs, promotional material from performances at the Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., December 4-23, 1979
Supp. Box 4 Folder 25 Death and the King’s Horseman – Published script; Xerox marked “with corrections” (some pages illegible)
Supp. Box 5 Folder 1 Death and the King's Horseman – Prompt script
Oversize Folder 46 Death and the King's Horseman – Poster
Box 50 Folder 6 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Charles Dickens. Directed by Tony Mockus, choreography by Gus Giordano, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lighting by Robert Christen – Promotional material, reviews and clippings
Box 50 Folder 7 A Christmas Carol – Programs
Box 50 Folder 7a A Christmas Carol – Script; labeled “B”, and dated 1978
Box 50 Folder 7b A Christmas Carol – Script, dated October 1977
Photo Box 106 Folders 6-9 A Christmas Carol – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 5 Folder 2 A Christmas Carol – Casting
Supp. Box 5 Folder 3 A Christmas Carol – Script; marked “#6”, with Dickens chronology
Supp. Box 5 Folder 4 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script (1 of 2)
Supp. Box 5 Folder 5 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script (2 of 2)
Oversize Folder 46 A Christmas Carol – Poster
Box 50 Folder 8 An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller. January 18-February 24, 1980. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lighting by Robert Christen,...with Terry Kinney and Paul Warfield – Goodman Guide
Box 50 Folder 9 An Enemy of the People – Promotional material
Box 50 Folder 10 An Enemy of the People – Programs
Box 50 Folder 10a An Enemy of the People – Script; Xerox of published script (Penguin)
Photo Box 106 Folders 10-12 An Enemy of the People – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 5 Folder 6 An Enemy of the People – Casting
Supp. Box 5 Folder 7 An Enemy of the People – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 5 Folder 8 An Enemy of the People – Educational programs department
Supp. Box 5 Folder 9 An Enemy of the People – Information on Ibsen
Supp. Box 5 Folder 10 An Enemy of the People – Information on other productions
Supp. Box 5 Folder 11 An Enemy of the People – Prompt script; with schedules and contact sheet
Supp. Box 5 Folder 12 An Enemy of the People – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 5 Folder 13 An Enemy of the People – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 5 Folder 14 An Enemy of the People – Published script; unmarked Xerox
Supp. Box 5 Folder 15 An Enemy of the People – Tech, prop and costume notes
Supp. Box 5 Folder 16 An Enemy of the PeopleGoodman Guide (rehearsal and pre-show)
Supp. Box 5 Folder 17 An Enemy of the People – Program, reviews and clippings from performances at the Annenberg Center, University of Pennsylvania, March 4-15, 1980
Oversize Folder 46 An Enemy of the People – Poster
Box 50 Folder 11 Bal by Richard Nelson. February 29-April 6, 1980. Directed by Gregory Mosher, costumes by Dunja Ramicova, lights by Jennifer Tipton,...with Del Close and Jim Belushi – Goodman Guide
Box 50 Folder 12 Bal – Promotional material, reviews and clippings
Box 50 Folder 13 Bal – Programs
Photo Box 106 Folders 13-15 Bal – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 6 Folder 1 Bal – Casting
Supp. Box 6 Folder 2 Bal – Correspondence
Supp. Box 6 Folder 3 Bal – Unmarked revised script, dated November 1979
Supp. Box 6 Folder 4 Bal – Prompt script
Supp. Box 6 Folder 5 Bal – Prompt script, with sound and light cues
Supp. Box 6 Folder 6 Bal – Research on Bertolt Brecht
Supp. Box 6 Folder 7 Bal – Script; marked “originals”, with line cuts and notes
Supp. Box 6 Folder 8 Bal – Draft script; unmarked, dated May 1979
Supp. Box 6 Folder 9 Bal – Tech and rehearsal notes, time sheets
Oversize Folder 46 Bal – Poster
Box 50 Folder 14 Talley's Folly by Lanford Wilson. April 11-May 18, 1980. Directed by Marshall Mason, sets by John Lee Beatty, lighting designed by Dennis Parichy, costumes by Jennifer Von Mayrhauser, sound by Chuck London – Goodman Guide
Box 50 Folder 15 Talley's Folly – Promotional material
Box 50 Folder 16 Talley's Folly – Programs
Box 50 Folder 17 Talley's Folly – Script; labeled “Library copy” and marked with line cuts and changes
Box 50 Folder 18 Talley's Folly – Unmarked script, unmarked
Photo Box 106 Folders 16-17 Talley's Folly – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 6 Folder 10 Talley's Folly – Box office
Supp. Box 6 Folder 11 Talley's Folly – Casting
Supp. Box 6 Folder 12 Talley's Folly – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 6 Folder 13 Talley's Folly – Contracts and royalties
Supp. Box 6 Folder 14 Talley's Folly – Information on performances at Circle Repertory, New York City
Supp. Box 7 Folder 1 Talley's Folly – Prompt script; with blocking, marked “Marsha Gitkind”
Supp. Box 7 Folder 2 Talley's Folly – Prompt script; with blocking
Supp. Box 7 Folder 3 Talley's Folly – Prompt script; with sound and light cues
Supp. Box 7 Folder 4 Talley's Folly – Prompt script; with blocking
Supp. Box 7 Folder 5 Talley's Folly – Publicity
Supp. Box 7 Folder 6 Talley's Folly – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 46 Talley's Folly – Poster
Box 50a Folder 1 Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand. May 23-June 29, 1980. Directed by Michael Maggio, sets designed by John Lee Beatty, music by Ed Zelnis, fight sequences by David Boushey, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lighting by Duane Schuler – Goodman Guide
Box 50a Folder 2 Cyrano de Bergerac – Promotional material, reviews and clippings
Box 50a Folder 3 Cyrano de Bergerac – Programs
Box 50a Folder 4 Cyrano de Bergerac – Published script; adapted by Anthony Burgess
Box 50a Folder 5 Cyrano de Bergerac – Script; labeled “B”, and marked with line cuts and changes
Photo Box 106 Folders 18-19 Cyrano de Bergerac – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 3 Folder 1 Cyrano de Bergerac – Prompt script: Acts I and II
Supp. Box 3 Folder 2 Cyrano de Bergerac – Prompt script: Acts II and III
Supp. Box 3 Folder 3 Cyrano de Bergerac – Prompt script, with blocking: Act I
Supp. Box 3 Folder 4 Cyrano de Bergerac – Prompt script, with blocking: Act II
Supp. Box 3 Folder 5 Cyrano de Bergerac – Prompt script, with blocking: Act III
Supp. Box 3 Folder 6 Cyrano de Bergerac – Published script
Supp. Box 3 Folder 7 Cyrano de Bergerac – Script; marked with production cuts as of April 29, 1980
Supp. Box 7 Folder 7 Cyrano de Bergerac – Casting and staff
Supp. Box 7 Folder 8 Cyrano de Bergerac – Correspondence
Supp. Box 7 Folder 9 Cyrano de Bergerac – Costume, light cues, time sheets, music and sound plot
Supp. Box 7 Folder 10 Cyrano de Bergerac – Preset, prop and rehearsal notes
Supp. Box 7 Folder 11 Cyrano de Bergerac – Program copy and promotional board
Supp. Box 7 Folder 12 Cyrano de Bergerac – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 7 Folder 13 Cyrano de Bergerac – Research and pre-production
Oversize Folder 46 Cyrano de Bergerac – Poster

1979-1980 Season, Studio

Box 50a Folder 6 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom. December 6-30, 1979 – Press releases and publicity
Box 50a Folder 7 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom – Programs and promotional material
Box 50a Folder 8 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 106 Folders 20-23 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom – 4 photographs
Oversize Folder 46 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom – Poster
Box 50a Folder 9 Krapp's Last Tape by Samuel Beckett. January 10-February 3, 1980. Directed by Samuel Beckett – Goodman Guide
Box 50a Folder 10 Krapp's Last Tape – Programs and promotional material
Box 50a Folder 11 Krapp's Last Tape – Publicity and advertising
Box 50a Folder 12 Krapp's Last Tape – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 106 Folders 24-26 Krapp’s Last Tape – 3 photographs
Box 50a Folder 13 Juggling Cheap Theatricks: The Karamazov Brothers. June 5-29, 1980 – Programs
Photo Box 106 Folders 27-31 Juggling Cheap Theatricks: The Karamazov Brothers – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 3 Folder 8 Juggling Cheap Theatricks: The Karamazov Brothers – General information on 1980 performances
Supp. Box 3 Folder 9 Juggling Cheap Theatricks: The Karamazov Brothers – Press release, promotional material
Supp. Box 3 Folder 10 Juggling Cheap Theatricks: The Karamazov Brothers – Publicity and marketing
Supp. Box 3 Folder 11 Juggling Cheap Theatricks: The Karamazov Brothers – Review
Supp. Box 3 Folder 12 Juggling Cheap Theatricks: The Karamazov Brothers – Tickets and box office

1979-1980 Season, Special Events

Box 50a Folder 14 A Life in the Theatre by David Mamet. September 11-[?], 1979. Directed by Gregory Mosher, music by Stuart Klawans, costumes by Marsha Kowal, sets by Michael Merritt, lights by Robert Christen – Programs, press releases and promotional material
Box 50a Folder 15 A Life in the Theatre – Publicity and advertising
Box 50a Folder 16 A Life in the Theatre – Reviews and clippings
Box 50a Folder 17 A Life in the Theatre – Information on the Philadelphia production, October 23-November 4, 1979
Box 50a Folder 18 A Life in the Theatre – Scripts (two copies)
Photo Box 106 Folders 38-40 A Life in the Theatre – 6 photographs
Box 50a Folder 19 Emlyn Williams as Dylan Thomas: Growing Up. By arrangement with Arthur Cantor, October 16, 1979 – Programs, promotional material
Box 50a Folder 20 Growing Up – Correspondence and touring information
Photo Box 106 Folders 38-40 Growing Up – 3 photographs
Box 50a Folder 21 Judgment by Barry Collins. February 11, 1980 – Program
Box 50a Folder 22 Season’s Reasons by Ron Milner. A production of the National Black Touring Circuit, Inc. August 14-24, 1980 – Promotional material
Photo Box 106 Folders 41-44 Season’s Reasons – 4 photographs

1980-1981 Season, Mainstage

Box 51 Folder 1 General promotional material
Supp. Box 8 Folder 1 Educational programming
Supp. Box 8 Folder 2 Open auditions and Midwest Casting Center
Box 51 Folder 2 The Suicide by Nikolai Erdman. October 3-November 9, 1980. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Michael Merritt, lighting by Arden Fingerhut, costumes by Christa Scholtz, sound by Michael Schweppe – Study guide
Box 51 Folder 3 The Suicide – Programs
Box 51 Folder 4 The Suicide – Script; labeled “A”, Russian language version
Box 51 Folder 5 The Suicide – Script; labeled “B”, Xerox of published version (Ardis), translated by George Genereux and Jacob Volkov
Box 51 Folder 6 The Suicide – Script; labeled “C”, Xerox of published script (Pluto Plays), translated by Peter Tegel
Box 51 Folder 7 The Suicide – Script; labeled “D”, translated by Xenia Youhn, literal translation used by Richard Nelson in his adaptation
Box 51 Folder 8 The Suicide – Script; labeled “E-Nelson”, original typescript, dated 8/1/80 (first draft), with note from Nelson to Mosher
Box 51 Folder 9 The Suicide – Script; labeled “F”, typescript with paste-up of Final Production Version, dated 9/80
Box 51 Folder 10 The Suicide – Script, Xerox of “F”
Box 51 Folder 11 The Suicide – Unmarked script
Box 51 Folder 12 The Suicide – Background information
Box 51 Folder 13 The Suicide – Correspondence and cast sheet
Box 51 Folder 14 The Suicide – Promotional material and advertising
Box 51 Folder 15 The Suicide – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 107 Folders 1-2 The Suicide – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 8 Folder 3 The Suicide – Casting
Supp. Box 8 Folder 4 The Suicide – Prompt script
Supp. Box 8 Folder 5 The Suicide – Time cue and running sheets, prop and costume lists
Box 51a Folder 1 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Charles Dickens. [1980-1981]. Directed by Tony Mockus, choreography by Gus Giordano, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lighting by Robert Christen, sound by Michael Schweppe,...with Del Close – Press releases, promotional material
Box 51a Folder 2 A Christmas Carol – Programs
Box 51a Folder 3 A Christmas Carol – Reviews and clippings
Box 51a Folder 4 A Christmas Carol – Script
Box 51a Folder 5 A Christmas CarolSun Times sponsorship information
Photo Box 107 Folders 3-6 A Christmas Carol – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 8 Folder 6 A Christmas Carol – Casting
Supp. Box 8 Folder 7 A Christmas Carol – Correspondence
Supp. Box 8 Folder 8 A Christmas Carol – Group sales
Supp. Box 8 Folder 9 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script
Supp. Box 8 Folder 10 A Christmas Carol – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 8 Folder 11 A Christmas Carol – Tickets and box office
Box 51a Folder 6 Betrayal by Harold Pinter. January 16-February 22, 1981. Directed by Andre Ernotte, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, lighting designed by Paul Gallo, costumes by Christa Scholtz – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51a Folder 7 Betrayal – Programs
Box 51a Folder 8 Betrayal – Reviews and clippings
Box 51a Folder 9 BetrayalSpotlight on Goodman, January 6, 1981
Box 51a Folder 10 Betrayal – Study guide
Photo Box 107 Folders 7-9 Betrayal – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 8 Folder 12 Betrayal – Casting
Supp. Box 8 Folder 13 Betrayal – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 8 Folder 14 Betrayal – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box 8 Folder 15 Betrayal – Tickets and box office
Supp. Box 8 Folder 16 Betrayal – Prompt script: Scenes 1-5
Supp. Box 8 Folder 17 Betrayal – Prompt script: Scenes 6-9, with cue sheets, presets, plots and lists
Box 51a Folder 11 Plenty by David Hare. February 22-April 5, 1981. Directed by Gregory Mosher, scenery by Marjorie Kellogg, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lighting by Jennifer Tipton, music by Nick Bicat – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51a Folder 12 Plenty – Programs
Box 51a Folder 13 Plenty – Reviews and clippings
Box 51a Folder 14 PlentySpotlight on Goodman, February 3, 1981
Box 51a Folder 15 Plenty – Script
Box 51a Folder 16 Plenty – Study Guides
Photo Box 107 Folders 10-11 Plenty – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 9 Folder 1 Plenty – Casting
Supp. Box 9 Folder 2 Plenty – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 9 Folder 3 Plenty – Prompt script; with schedules, blocking, sound and light cues
Supp. Box 9 Folder 4 Plenty – Prompt script; with blocking and cues
Supp. Box 9 Folder 5 Plenty – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 9 Folder 6 Plenty – Research and pre-production
Box 51a Folder 17 Play Mas by Mustapha Matura. April 10©May 17, 1981. Directed by Derek Walcott, scenery and costumes designed by Adrienne Lobel, lighting by Robert Christen, sound by Michael Schweppe – Press releases, promotional material
Box 51a Folder 18 Play Mas – Programs
Box 51a Folder 19 Play Mas – Reviews and clippings
Box 51a Folder 20 Play Mas – Script; labeled “Final Revision”
Box 51a Folder 21 Play Mas – Study Guides, with teacher’s supplement
Photo Box 107 Folders 12-15 Play Mas – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 9 Folder 7 Play Mas – Casting
Supp. Box 9 Folder 8 Play Mas – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 9 Folder 9 Play Mas – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 9 Folder 10 Play Mas – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box 9 Folder 11 Play Mas – Stage Manager's prompt script (Act 1)
Supp. Box 9 Folder 12 Play Mas – Stage Manager's prompt script (Act 2)
Supp. Box 9 Folder 13 Play MasStudy Guide, research material and related correspondence
Supp. Box 10 Folder 1 Play Mas – Prompt script; with blocking and light cues
Supp. Box 10 Folder 2 Play Mas – Prompt script; with blocking and sound cues
Supp. Box 10 Folder 3 Play Mas – Tickets and group sales
Oversize Folder 47 Play Mas – Poster
Box 51a Folder 22 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes by Michael Weller. May 22-June 28, 1981. Directed by Emily Mann, costumes by Rita Ryack, sets by Adrienne Lopel, lighting designed by Robert Christen, sound by Michael Schweppe,...with Elizabeth McGovern – Press releases, promotional material
Box 51a Folder 23 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Programs
Box 51a Folder 24 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Reviews and clippings
Box 51a Folder 25 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Study Guides
Box 51b Folder 1 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes by Michael Weller. May 22-June 28, 1981. Directed by Emily Mann, costumes by Rita Ryack, sets by Adrienne Lopel, lighting designed by Robert Christen, sound by Michael Schweppe,...with Elizabeth McGovern – Unmarked script
Box 51b Folder 2 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Script; labeled “Library copy”
Box 51b Folder 3 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Script, dated 4/28/81
Box 51b Folder 4 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Script revisions
Photo Box 107 Folders 16-18 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 10 Folder 4 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Casting
Supp. Box 10 Folder 5 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Contact sheets, schedules, prop checks
Supp. Box 10 Folder 6 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Contact sheet, casting and schedules
Supp. Box 10 Folder 7 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Cue sheets and presets
Supp. Box 10 Folder 8 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Prompt script; with sound and light cues
Supp. Box 10 Folder 9 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Prompt script; with presets, set renderings, cue sheets and schedules
Supp. Box 10 Folder 10 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Script; typescript marked with scene and line changes (including original additions and deletions)
Supp. Box 10 Folder 11 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Miscellaneous script pages (multiple versions marked with changes and cues)
Supp. Box 10 Folder 12 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 10 Folder 13 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box 10 Folder 14 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Tickets and group sales
Oversize Folder 47 Dwarfman Master of a Million Shapes – Poster

1980-1981 Season, Studio

Box 51c Folder 1 Krapp's Last Tape and Endgame by Samuel Beckett. September 25-October 18, 1980. Directed by Samuel Beckett,...with Rick Cluchey and the San Quentin Drama Workshop – Program
Box 51c Folder 1a Krapp's Last Tape and Endgame – Press release, promotional material
Box 51c Folder 2 Krapp's Last Tape and Endgame – Publicity and advertising
Box 51c Folder 3 Krapp's Last Tape and Endgame – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 107 Folders 19-25 Krapp's Last Tape and Endgame – 7 photographs
Supp. Box 11 Folder 1 Krapp's Last Tape and Endgame – Research
Box 51c Folder 4 Still Life by Emily Mann. October 21-November 2, 1980. Directed by Emily Mann, sets and costumes by Tom Lynch, lights by Robert Christen – Correspondence
Box 51c Folder 5 Still Life – Preproduction and research
Box 51c Folder 6 Still Life – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51c Folder 7 Still Life – Program
Box 51c Folder 8 Still Life – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 11 Folder 2 Still Life – Casting
Supp. Box 11 Folder 3 Still Life – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 11 Folder 4 Still Life – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 11 Folder 5 Still Life – Script; unmarked
Box 51c Folder 9 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams (A Perfect Analysis Given by a Parrot, The Frosted Glass Coffin and Some Problems for the Moose Lodge). November 8-23, 1980. Directed by Gary Tucker, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Ellen Ryba, lights by Robert Christen – Casting
Box 51c Folder 10 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Press release, promotional material
Box 51c Folder 11 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Program, program copy
Box 51c Folder 12 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Publicity and advertising
Box 51c Folder 13 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Reviews and clippings
Box 51c Folder 14 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Unmarked script
Box 51c Folder 14a Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Script; Xerox of typescript, dated May 1980
Photo Box 107 Folders 26-27 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 11 Folder 6 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Auditions and casting
Oversize Folder 47 Tennessee Laughs: Three One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams – Poster
Box 51c Folder 14b Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom. December 3, 1980-January 4, 1981 – Correspondence
Box 51c Folder 15 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom – Press release, publicity
Box 51c Folder 16 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom – Programs
Box 51c Folder 17 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom – Reviews and clippings
Box 51c Folder 18 A House Not Meant To Stand by Tennessee Williams. April 1-12, 1981. Directed by Garry Tucker, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Ellen Ryba, lighting by Robert Christen, sound by Michael Schweppe – Press releases
Box 51c Folder 19 A House Not Meant To Stand – Programs
Box 51c Folder 20 A House Not Meant To Stand – Publicity and advertising
Box 51c Folder 21 A House Not Meant To Stand – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 107 Folders 28-30 A House Not Meant To Stand – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 11 Folder 7 A House Not Meant To Stand – Script; titled “A Dancie Money (A Gothic Comedy)”
Box 51c Folder 22 Avner the Eccentric. May 29-June 28, 1981 – Group sales and box office
Box 51c Folder 23 Avner the Eccentric – Press releases, promotional material
Box 51c Folder 24 Avner the Eccentric – Program
Box 51c Folder 25 Avner the Eccentric – Publicity and advertising
Box 51c Folder 26 Avner the Eccentric – Research and preproduction
Box 51c Folder 27 Avner the Eccentric – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 107 Folders 31-32 Avner the Eccentric – 2 photographs

1980-1981 Season, Writers in Performance

Supp. Box 11 Folder 8 Press release, promotional material
Supp. Box 11 Folder 9 An Evening with Tennessee Williams. October 27, 1980 – Press releases, promotional material
Supp. Box 11 Folder 10 An Evening with Tennessee Williams – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 11 Folder 11 An Evening of Yeats and Shakespeare. November 17, 1980 – Correspondence
Supp. Box 11 Folder 12 An Evening of Yeats and Shakespeare – Press release, promotional material
Supp. Box 11 Folder 13 An Evening with Studs Terkel. December 15, 1980 – Press releases, promotional material
Supp. Box 11 Folder 14 An Evening with Studs Terkel – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 11 Folder 15 An Evening with Derek Wolcott. April 13, 1981 – Press release, promotional material
Photo Box 107 Folders 33-39 An Evening with Stanley Elkin. May 4, 1981 – 7 photographs
Supp. Box 11 Folder 16 An Evening with Stanley Elkin – Press release, promotional material, publicity
Supp. Box 11 Folder 17 An Evening with Stanley Elkin – Programs
Supp. Box 11 Folder 18 An Evening with Chicago's Artistic Directors. June 8, 1981 – Press release, correspondence

1980-1981 Season, Special Events

Supp. Box 11 Folder 19 Tennessee Williams’ 70th Birthday Party – Clippings
Supp. Box 11 Folder 20 Tennessee Williams’ 70th Birthday Party – Correspondence and notes
Supp. Box 11 Folder 21 Tennessee Williams’ 70th Birthday Party – Press kit
Supp. Box 11 Folder 22 Tennessee Williams’ 70th Birthday Party – Invitations, with lists
Photo Box 107 Folders 40-41 Flying Karamazov Brothers. May 27-June 28, 1981 – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 11 Folder 23 Flying Karamazov Brothers – Press releases and promotional material
Supp. Box 11 Folder 24 Flying Karamazov Brothers – Program
Supp. Box 11 Folder 25 Flying Karamazov Brothers – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 11 Folder 26 Flying Karamazov Brothers – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 11 Folder 27 Flying Karamazov Brothers – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box Folder 28 Lily Tomlin “Appearing Nightly.” [1980-1981] – Program, promotional material and publicity
Supp. Box 11 Folder 29 Lily Tomlin “Appearing Nightly.” – Reviews and clippings

1981-1982 Season

Box 51c Folder 28 General promotional material
Supp. Box 12 Folder 1 Press releases and promotional material
Supp. Box 12 Folder 2 Open auditions
Supp. Box 12 Folder 3 "Spotlight on the Goodman" (planning notes)
Box 51c Folder 29 The Front Page by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. October 2-November 8, 1981. Directed by Michael Maggio, scenery by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by William Ivey Long, lights by Jennifer Tipton, sound design by Michael Schweppe,...with Jack Wallace and W.H. Macy – Goodman Guide
Box 51c Folder 30 The Front Page – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51c Folder 31 The Front Page – Programs
Box 51c Folder 32 The Front Page – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 107 Folders 42-43 The Front Page – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 12 Folder 5 The Front Page – Correspondence
Supp. Box 12 Folder 6 The Front Page – Ticket sales (box office)
Supp. Box 12 Folder 7 The Front Page – Information on other productions
Supp. Box 12 Folder 8 The Front Page – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 12 Folder 9 The Front Page – Background
Supp. Box 12 Folder 10 The Front Page – Background
Supp. Box 12 Folder 11 The Front Page – Casting
Supp. Box 12 Folder 12 The Front Page – Running sheets, time sheets, stage manager’s daily reports, costume notes
Supp. Box 12 Folder 13 The Front Page – Published script; marked “#6”
Supp. Box 12 Folder 14 The Front Page – Prompt script: Acts I and II
Supp. Box 12 Folder 15 The Front Page – Prompt script: Act III
Supp. Box 13 Folder 1 The Front PageGoodman Guide
Supp. Box 13 Folder 2 The Front Page – Programs
Supp. Box 13 Folder 3 The Front Page – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51c Folder 33 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Charles Dickens. November 27-December 30, 1981. Directed by Tony Mockus, choreography by Gus Giordano, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by James Edmund Brady, lighting by Robert Christen, sound by Michael Schweppe,...with Del Close and Elizabeth Perkins – Promotional material and press releases
Box 51c Folder 34 A Christmas Carol – Programs
Box 51c Folder 35 A Christmas Carol – Reviews and clippings
Box 51c Folder 36 A Christmas Carol – Publicity memos
Photo Box 107 Folders 44-48 A Christmas Carol – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 13 Folder 4 A Christmas Carol – Casting
Supp. Box 13 Folder 5 A Christmas Carol – Press releases and promotional material
Supp. Box 13 Folder 6 A Christmas Carol – Program
Supp. Box 13 Folder 7 A Christmas Carol – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 13 Folder 8 A Christmas Carol – Cast listing
Supp. Box 13 Folder 9 A Christmas Carol – Stage Manager’s prompt script; with light and sound cues
Supp. Box 13 Folder 10 A Christmas Carol – Stage Manager’s prompt script; with blocking
Supp. Box 13 Folder 11 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script; with sound plot and costumes
Oversize Folder 48 A Christmas Carol – Poster
Box 51d Folder 1 Panto by Derek Wolcott. January 15-February 21, 1982. Directed by Gregory Mosher, scenery and costumes by David Gropman, lighting by Robert Christen, sound by Michael Schweppe,...with Roscoe Lee Brown – Goodman Guides
Box 51d Folder 2 Panto – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51d Folder 3 Panto – Programs
Box 51d Folder 4 Panto – Reviews and clippings
Box 51d Folder 5 Panto – Script; marked “Revised 1/21/82”
Photo Box 107 Folders 49-51 Panto – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 13 Folder 12 Panto – Casting
Supp. Box 13 Folder 13 Panto – Prompt script, with blocking
Supp. Box 13 Folder 14 Panto – Prompt script, with contact sheet, time sheets, light cues, score, etc.
Supp. Box 14 Folder 1 Panto – Prompt script: Act I; with blocking and stage direction
Supp. Box 14 Folder 2 Panto – Prompt script: Act II; with blocking and stage direction
Supp. Box 14 Folder 3 Panto – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 14 Folder 4 Panto – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box 14 Folder 5 Panto – Published script; unmarked, titled “Pantomime”
Supp. Box 14 Folder 6 Panto – Published script; unmarked, titled “Pantomime”
Supp. Box 14 Folder 7 Panto – Tickets and group sales
Supp. Box 14 Folder 8 Panto – Time sheets, rehearsal hours, correspondence, stage manager’s daily reports, etc.
Oversize Folder 48 Panto – Poster
Box 51d Folder 6 Lakeboat by David Mamet. February 26-April 4, 1982. Directed by Gregory Mosher, scenery by Michael Merritt, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lights by F. Mitchell Dana, sound by Michael Schweppe,...with Mike Nussbaum and Jack Wallace – Press releases, promotional material
Box 51d Folder 7 Lakeboat – Program Study guide
Box 51d Folder 8 Lakeboat – Reviews and clippings
Box 51d Folder 9 Lakeboat – Script; labeled “Library Copy”
Box 51d Folder 10 Lakeboat – Study Guides
Photo Box 107 Folders 52-53 Lakeboat – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 14 Folder 9 Lakeboat – Casting
Supp. Box 14 Folder 10 Lakeboat – Costuming, props, presets, lighting hookups, rehearsal hours
Supp. Box 14 Folder 11 Lakeboat – Press and publicity
Supp. Box 14 Folder 12 Lakeboat – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box 14 Folder 13 Lakeboat – Schedules
Supp. Box 14 Folder 14 Lakeboat – Script; unmarked Xerox of original script
Supp. Box 14 Folder 15 Lakeboat – Script: Scenes 1-15; with blocking, scene breakdown and director's notes
Supp. Box 14 Folder 16 Lakeboat – Script: Scenes 16-28; with blocking
Supp. Box 15 Folder 1 Lakeboat – Prompt script: Scenes 1-13; with blocking and light cues
Supp. Box 15 Folder 2 Lakeboat – Prompt script: Scenes 14-28; with blocking and light cues
Supp. Box 15 Folder 3 Lakeboat – Published script, with scene additions
Supp. Box 15 Folder 4 Lakeboat – Tickets and group sales
Oversize Folder 48 Lakeboat – Poster
Box 51d Folder 11 A House Not Meant to Stand by Tennessee Williams. April 16-May 23, 1982. Directed by Andre Ernotte, scenery by Karen Schulz, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lights by Rachel Budin, sound by Michael Schweppe – Goodman Guide
Box 51d Folder 12 A House Not Meant to Stand – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51d Folder 13 A House Not Meant to Stand – Programs
Box 51d Folder 14 A House Not Meant to Stand – Reviews and clippings
Box 51d Folder 15-20 A House Not Meant to Stand – Annotated scripts
Box 51e Folder 1-9 A House Not Meant to Stand – Annotated scripts
Photo Box 107 Folders 56-61 A House Not Meant to Stand – 6 photographs
Supp. Box 15 Folder 5 A House Not Meant to Stand – Audition and casting
Supp. Box 15 Folder 6 A House Not Meant to Stand – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 15 Folder 7 A House Not Meant to Stand – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 15 Folder 8 A House Not Meant to Stand – Schedules
Supp. Box 15 Folder 9 A House Not Meant to Stand – Stage Manager's (Joe Drummond) production script: Act I, 1982 (1of 3)
Supp. Box 15 Folder 10 A House Not Meant to Stand – Stage Manager's (Joe Drummond) production script: Act I, 1982 (2 of 3)
Supp. Box 15 Folder 11 A House Not Meant to Stand – Stage Manager's (Joe Drummond) production script: Act I, 1982 (3 of 3)
Supp. Box 15 Folder 12 A House Not Meant to Stand – Tickets and group sales
Oversize Folder 48 A House Not Meant to Stand – Poster
Box 51f Folder 1 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces, translated by Albert Bermel. May 28-July 3, 1982. Directed by Andre Serben, sets by Michael Yeargan, lights by James Ingalls, costumes by Dunja Ramicova, music by Stephen Drury – Goodman Guides
Box 51f Folder 2 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Press releases and promotional material
Box 51f Folder 3 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Programs
Box 51f Folder 4 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Reviews and clippings
Box 51f Folder 5 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Script; titled A Dumb Show
Box 51f Folder 6 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Script; literal translations of Moliere one-acts
Box 51f Folder 7 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Script; in gibberish
Box 51f Folder 8 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Script; 4 plays
Box 51f Folder 9 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Script; titled A.R.T., revised
Box 51f Folder 10 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Script; titled The Flying Doctor, and labeled “E”
Photo Box 108 Folders 1-7 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – 7 photographs
Supp. Box 15 Folder 13 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Casting
Supp. Box 15 Folder 14 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Contact sheet, schedules
Supp. Box 15 Folder 15 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 15 Folder 16 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Research and pre-production
Oversize Folder 48 Sgnarelle: A Evening of Moliere Farces – Poster

1981-1982 Season, Studio

Box 51g Folder 1 Kukla and Ollie Live!: The Theatre of Burr Tillstrom. December 18-30, 1981 – Program, promotional material
Box 51g Folder 2 Miss Margarida's Way by Roberto Athayde. January 19-31, 1982. Directed by Roberto Athayde,...with Estelle Parsons – Press releases, promotional material, program, and reviews
Photo Box 108 Folders 8-10 Miss Margarida's Way – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 16 Folder 1 Miss Margarida's Way – Casting
Box 51g Folder 3 Charlotte by Peter Hacks. February 8-14, 1982. Directed by Herbert Bergof,...with Uta Hagen – Promotional material, program and reviews
Photo Box 108 Folder 11 Charlotte – 1 photograph
Box 51g Folder 4 Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein,...with Pat Carroll. March 3-14, 1982 – Promotional material, programs and reviews
Photo Box 108 Folders 12-13 Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein,...– 2 photographs
Supp. Box Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein,...with Pat Carroll. March 3-14, 1982
Box 51g Folder 5 Unassigned
Box 51g Folder 6 The Woolgatherer by William Mastrosimone. April 8-May 2, 1982. Directed by Sandra Grand, sets and costumes by Philip Eickhoff, lights by Kevin Rigdon,...with Jack Wallace – Press releases, promotional material, program
Box 51g Folder 7 The Woolgatherer – Reviews
Photo Box 108 Folder 14 The Woolgatherer – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 16 Folder 2 The Woolgatherer – Casting
Box 51g Folder 8 Edmond by David Mamet. [1981-1982]. Directed by Gregory Mosher, scenery by Bill Bartel, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lights by Kevin Rigdon, fight choreography by David Wooley,...with Jack Wallace – Promotional material
Box 51g Folder 9 Edmond – Reviews
Box 51g Folder 10 Edmond – Program
Box 51g Folder 11 Edmond – Script; labeled “A” and dated Jan. 1, 1982
Box 51g Folder 12 Edmond – Script; revised 6/4/82
Box 51g Folder 13 Edmond – Xerox of above
Box 51g Folder 14 Edmond – Script; dated 6/4/82, with out takes
Photo Box 108 Folders 15-16 Edmond – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 16 Folder 3 Edmond – Casting
Supp. Box 16 Folder 4 Edmond – Script; dated December 1980, and marked with scene and line changes

1981-1982 Season, Writers in Performance Series

Supp. Box 16 Folder 5 Chicago Journalism: Then and Now. October 26, 1981 – Press releases and program
Supp. Box 16 Folder 6 Chicago Poets on Stage. December 7, 1981 – Promotional material
Supp. Box 16 Folder 7 Voices from Poland. February 15, 1982 – Press release and clipping
Supp. Box 16 Folder 8 Chicago Songwriters: An Oral Tradition. March 29, 1982 – Press releases
Supp. Box 16 Folder 9 An Evening with David Mamet. May 17, 1982 – Program
Supp. Box 16 Folder 10 Chicago’s Artistic Directors. June 8, 1982 – Program

1981-1982 Season, Special Events

Photo Box 108 Folders 17-19 Welcome to Our Living Room: The Flying Karamazov Brothers and Avner the Eccentric. April 6-11, 1982 – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 16 Folder 11 Welcome to Our Living Room: The Flying Karamazov Brothers and Avner the Eccentric – Press releases and promotional material
Supp. Box 16 Folder 12 Welcome to Our Living Room: The Flying Karamazov Brothers and Avner the Eccentric – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 16 Folder 13 Welcome to Our Living Room: The Flying Karamazov Brothers and Avner the Eccentric – Program

1981-1982 Season, Other

Photo Box 108 Folders 20-22 Hubbard Street Dance Company. November 11-15, 1981 – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 16 Folder 14 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Press releases
Supp. Box 16 Folder 15 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 16 Folder 16 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box 16 Folder 17 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 12 Folder 4 Knock on Wood. [1981-1982] – Casting

1982-1983 Season, Mainstage (Pre-Season)

Box 52 Folder 1 General press releases and promotional material
Supp. Box 16 Folder 18 Casting statistics
Supp. Box 16 Folder 19 Open auditions
Box 52 Folder 2 Ms. Margarida's Way by Robert Athayde. August 31-September 5, 1982. With Estelle Parsons – Promotional material
Photo Box 108 Folders 23-26 Ms. Margarida's Way – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 16 Folder 20 Ms. Margarida's Way – Program and reviews
Box 52 Folder 3 Welcome to Our Living Room with the Karamazov Brothers. September 7-19, 1982 – Promotional material
Photo Box 108 Folders 27-31 Welcome to Our Living Room – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 16 Folder 21 Welcome to Our Living Room – Programs and reviews

1982-1983 Season, Mainstage

Box 52 Folder 4 The Man Who Had Three Arms by Edward Albee. September 24-October 31, 1982. Directed by Edward Albee, sets designed by John Jensen, costumes by Barbara A. Bell, lights by F. Mitchell Dana – Goodman Guide
Box 52 Folder 5 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Press releases, promotional material, reviews and clippings
Box 52 Folder 6 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Programs
Box 52 Folder 6a The Man Who Had Three Arms – Script, dated 1982
Box 52 Folder 6b The Man Who Had Three Arms – Script, dated 1982; with line cuts in pencil
Box 52 Folder 6c The Man Who Had Three Arms – Script, revised Oct. 4, 1982
Box 52 Folder 6d The Man Who Had Three Arms – Script, labeled "B", revised October 4, 1982
Photo Box 108 Folders 32-35 The Man Who Had Three Arms – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 16 Folder 22 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 16 Folder 23 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Casting
Supp. Box 16 Folder 24 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Cuts and out-takes from the pre-opening in Miami
Supp. Box 16 Folder 25 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Information from performances at the Lyceum Theatre, New York City
Supp. Box 16 Folder 26 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Information from performances at the New World Festival of the Arts, Miami
Supp. Box 16 Folder 27 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Information on Albee
Supp. Box 17 Folder 1 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Prompt script
Supp. Box 17 Folder 2 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Prompt script; with blocking and stage direction
Supp. Box 17 Folder 3 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Script; unmarked, dated 1982
Supp. Box 17 Folder 4 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Presets, costume and prop plots, light and slide cues, general show slides
Supp. Box 17 Folder 5 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Rehearsal hours, stage manager’s daily reports
Supp. Box 17 Folder 6 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 50 The Man Who Had Three Arms – Poster
Box 52 Folder 7 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Charles Dickens. November 26-December 31, 1982. Directed by Tony Mockus, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lighting by Robert Christen, costumes by James Edmund Brady, choreography by Gus Giordano – Press releases and promotional material
Box 52 Folder 8 A Christmas Carol – Program
Box 52 Folder 9 A Christmas Carol – Program research
Box 52 Folder 10 A Christmas Carol – Script, labeled "A" and dated 1982
Box 52 Folder 11 A Christmas Carol – Script, labeled "B" revised typescript
Photo Box 108 Folders 36-38 A Christmas Carol – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 17 Folder 7 A Christmas Carol – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 17 Folder 8 A Christmas Carol – Casting
Supp. Box 17 Folder 9 A Christmas Carol – Correspondence
Supp. Box 17 Folder 10 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script (1 of 2)
Supp. Box 17 Folder 11 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script (2 of 2)
Supp. Box 17 Folder 12 A Christmas Carol – Research on Dickens and other productions
Supp. Box 17 Folder 13 A Christmas Carol – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 50 A Christmas Carol – Poster
Box 52a Folder 1 The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare. January 14-February 27, 1983. Directed by Robert Woodruff, sets designed by David Gropman, costumes designed by Susan Hilferty, lighting by Paul Gallo – Program
Box 52a Folder 2 The Comedy of Errors – Press releases, promotional material, reviews and clippings
Box 52a Folder 3 The Comedy of Errors – Script; Xerox of published version (Arden edition)
Supp. Box 18 Folder 1 The Comedy of Errors – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 18 Folder 2 The Comedy of Errors – Casting
Supp. Box 18 Folder 3 The Comedy of Errors – Checklists, running sheets, presets
Supp. Box 18 Folder 4 The Comedy of Errors – Prompt script: Act I
Supp. Box 18 Folder 5 The Comedy of Errors – Prompt script: Acts II and III
Supp. Box 18 Folder 6 The Comedy of Errors – Prop lists, script and crew information
Supp. Box 18 Folder 7 The Comedy of Errors – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 18 Folder 8 The Comedy of Errors – Research on other productions, the playwright, etc.
Supp. Box 18 Folder 9 The Comedy of Errors – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 18 Folder 10 The Comedy of Errors – Running sheets, prop lists, presets
Supp. Box 18 Folder 11 The Comedy of Errors – Running sheets, presets, cue sheets
Supp. Box 18 Folder 12 The Comedy of Errors – Teacher’s and Goodman Guide
Supp. Box 18 Folder 13 The Comedy of Errors – Materials from performances at the Olympic Arts Festival, Los Angeles, June 1-August 12, 1984
Oversize Folder 50 The Comedy of Errors – Poster
Box 52a Folder 4 The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney. March 4-April 10, 1983. Directed by Michael Maggio, scenic design by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lighting by Robert Christen – Goodman Guide
Box 52a Folder 5 The Dining Room – Press releases and promotional material
Box 52a Folder 6 The Dining Room – Program
Box 52a Folder 7 The Dining Room – Script; Xerox of published script (DPS)
Photo Box 108 Folders 44-46 The Dining Room – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 19 Folder 1 The Dining Room – Box office
Supp. Box 19 Folder 2 The Dining Room – Casting
Supp. Box 19 Folder 3 The Dining Room – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 19 Folder 4 The Dining Room – Research and pre-production (information on other productions)
Supp. Box 19 Folder 5 The Dining Room – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 50 The Dining Room – Poster
Box 52a Folder 8 Red River by Pierre Laville, translated by David Mamet. April 22-May 29, 1983. Directed by Robert Woodruff, sets designed by Karen Schulz, costumes by Susan Hilferty, lighting by Paul Gallo, choreography by Charles Vernon – Program
Box 52a Folder 9 Red River – Goodman Guide
Box 52a Folder 10 Red River – Press releases and promotional material
Box 52a Folder 11 Red River – Research
Box 52a Folder 12 Red River – Script, labeled "A"; in French, with research material
Box 52a Folder 13 Red River – Partial script; with literal translation by Tilde Sankovitch
Box 52a Folder 14 Red River – Original typescript (literal translation by Tilde Sankovitch)
Box 52a Folder 15 Red River – Script (Xerox of above)
Box 53 Folder 1 Red River – Script, labeled "B"; translated by David Mamet
Box 53 Folder 2 Red River – Script, revised 2/19/83 and 3/22/83
Photo Box 108 Folders 47-49 Red River – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 19 Folder 6 Red River – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 19 Folder 7 Red River – Budget
Supp. Box 19 Folder 8 Red River – Cast contact sheet and correspondence
Supp. Box 19 Folder 9 Red River – Casting
Supp. Box 19 Folder 10 Red River – Research
Supp. Box 19 Folder 11 Red River – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 50 Red River – Poster
Box 53 Folder 3 A Soldier's Play by Charles Fuller. June 13-July 24, 1983. Directed by Douglas Turner Ward, sets by Felix Cochren, costumes by Judy Dearing, lights by Allen Lee Hughes, ...featuring Adolph Caesar and the Negro Ensemble Company – Goodman Guide
Box 53 Folder 4 A Soldier's Play – Press releases, promotional material
Box 53 Folder 5 A Soldier's Play – Script, dated May 1981
Box 53 Folder 6 A Soldier's Play – Program
Photo Box 108 Folders 50-51 A Soldier's Play – 2 photographs/negatives
Supp. Box 19 Folder 12 A Soldier's Play – Box office
Supp. Box 19 Folder 13 A Soldier's Play – Correspondence and opening night
Supp. Box 19 Folder 14 A Soldier's Play – Group sales
Supp. Box 19 Folder 15 A Soldier's Play – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 19 Folder 16 A Soldier's Play – Research and pre-production (information on the Negro Ensemble Company)
Supp. Box 19 Folder 17 A Soldier's Play – Reviews and clippings

1982-1983 Season, Studio

Box 53 Folder 7 General press releases and promotional material
Supp. Box 19 Folder 18 Advertising and promotional
Box 53 Folder 8 Kukla and Ollie Live!, created by Burr Tillstrom. December 17-24, 1982 – Programs, reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 19 Folder 20 Kukla and Ollie Live! – Background and correspondence
Box 53 Folder 9 The Beckett Project (3 plays by Samuel Beckett): Ohio Impromptu, directed by Alan Schneider (sets and lights by Rocky Greenberg); Eh, Joe, directed by Rick Cluchey (sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon); and A Piece of Monologue, directed by Alan Schneider (staged by Rocky Greenberg and David Warrilow) – Press releases, promotional material and program
Box 53 Folder 10 The Beckett Project – Scripts, with contact sheets
Photo Box 108 Folder 52 The Beckett Project – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 20 Folder 1 The Beckett Project – Background and information on the European Tour, 1981
Oversize Folder 49 The Beckett Project – Poster
Box 53 Folder 11 A Spaulding Gray Retrospective by Spaulding Gray. October 28-December 19, 1982 – Press release, promotional material, program, and reviews
Photo Box 108 Folders 53-54 A Spaulding Gray Retrospective – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 19 Folder 19 A Spaulding Gray Retrospective – Background
Box 53 Folder 12 Three New Plays: The Disappearance of the Jews, by David Mamet and directed by Gregory Mosher (starring Joe Mantegna); Hot Line, by Elaine May and directed by Art Wolff (starring Elaine May, Peter Falk and Del Close); and Gorilla, by Shel Silverstein and directed by Art Wolff (starring Ron Silver). June 2-26, 1983. Scenery and costumes designed by Franne Lee, lights by Rita Pietraczek – Press release, promotional material, programs, reviews and clippings
Box 53 Folder 13 Three New Plays – Script (Disappearance), corrected and updated Joe Drummond, June 14, 1983
Box 53 Folder 14 Three New Plays – Original typescript (Disappearance), dated June 14, 1983
Box 53a Folder 1 Three New Plays – Script (Gorilla, from Very, Very Serious Plays); reading copy
Box 53a Folder 2 Three New Plays – Script (Gorilla)
Box 53a Folder 3 Three New Plays – Script (Hot Line), labeled "A" "Original - Do Not Copy"
Box 53a Folder 4 Three New Plays – Script (Hot Line), labeled "C" and dated 5/24-5/25/83
Box 53a Folder 5 Three New Plays – Script (Hot Line), labeled "D"; Xerox of most of above but ending dated 5/27/83
Box 53a Folder 6 Three New Plays – Script (Hot Line), labeled "E" and dated 7/3/83 – two copies)
Box 53a Folder 7 Three New Plays – Script (Hot Line), dated 5/8/83
Box 53a Folder 8 Three New Plays – Script (Hot Line), undated
Photo Box 108 Folders 55-61 Three New Plays – 7 photographs
Supp. Box 20 Folder 8 Three New Plays – Background, correspondence and ticket sales
Supp. Box 20 Folder 9 Three New Plays – Casting
Supp. Box 29 Folder 6 Three New Plays – Original script titled “Gorilla,” by Shel Silverstein; revised, dated June 30, 1983, with extensive rewrites and outtakes
Box 53a Folder 9 Jungle Coup by Richard Nelson. February 18-March 20, 1983. Directed by David Chambers, sets designed by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Marsha Kowal, lighting by Jennifer Tipton, ...with Mike Nussbaum, Jack Wallace – Press release, promotional material, program, clippings
Box 53a Folder 10 Jungle Coup – Script, ending revised 2/18/83
Box 53a Folder 11 Jungle Coup – Script, revised 12/82
Box 53a Folder 11a Jungle Coup – Background and information on other publications
Photo Box 108 Folders 62-64 Jungle Coup – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 20 Folder 2 Jungle Coup – Casting
Supp. Box 20 Folder 3 Jungle Coup – Prompt script
Supp. Box 20 Folder 4 Jungle Coup – Revised script; dated December 1982, marked with “Library 3/2/82, Bula”, with scene changes and cuts
Oversize Folder 49 Jungle Coup – Poster
Box 53a Folder 12 Gardenia by John Guare. April 25-May 15, 1983. Directed by Gregory Mosher, costumes by Nan Cibula, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, scenic design by David Emmons and Gregory Mosher, ...with Gary Cole and Elizabeth Perkins, William L. Petersen, and Jack Wallace – Press release, promotional material and program
Box 53a Folder 13 Gardenia – Script and contact sheet
Box 53a Folder 14 Gardenia – Background
Box 53a Folder 15 Gardenia – Reviews and clippings
Box 53a Folder 16 Gardenia – Ticket giveaways and box office
Photo Box 108 Folders 65-67 Gardenia – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 20 Folder 5 Gardenia – Casting
Supp. Box 20 Folder 6 Gardenia – Prompt script; with schedules and stage manager’s daily reports
Supp. Box 20 Folder 7 Gardenia – Script; unmarked, titled “Lydie Breeze, Part I: Gardenia”
Oversize Folder 49 Gardenia – Poster

1982-1983 Season, Writers in Performance Series

Photo Box 108 Folders 68-69 Chicago Writer’s in Performance – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 20 Folder 10 Press release and advertising
Supp. Box 20 Folder 11 An Evening with Saul Bellow. October 25, 1982 – Press release, promotional material, correspondence, reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 20 Folder 12 Leon Forrest, Dennis Brutus, J.A. McPherson and Derek Wolcott. February 21, 1983 – Press release, promotional material, correspondence, reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 20 Folder 13 Chicago Composers: An Evening of Contemporary Music. April 4, 1983 – Press release, promotional material, correspondence, reviews and clippings

1982-1983 Season, Special Events

Photo Box 108 Folder 70 Bill Robinson Tribute – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 20 Folder 14 Hubbard Street Dance Company. [1982-1983] – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 20 Folder 15 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Press release, promotional material
Supp. Box 20 Folder 16 Mark Twain / Urban Gateways Project – Correspondence, schedules and notes

1983-1984 Season

Box 54 Folder 1 General promotional material
Supp. Box 21 Folder 1 Casting statistics
Supp. Box 21 Folder 2 Group sales
Supp. Box 21 Folder 3 Open auditions
Supp. Box 21 Folder 4 Subscriptions, advertising, press and publicity
Supp. Box 21 Folder 5 Subscription campaign
Box 54 Folder 2 A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. September 23-October 30, 1983. Directed by Thomas Bullard, sets by Karen Schulz, lights by Dennis Parichy, costumes by Judy Dearing, ...with Jackie Taylor and Ernest Perry, Jr. – Correspondence and memos
Box 54 Folder 3 A Raisin in the Sun – Programs and press releases
Box 54 Folder 4 A Raisin in the Sun – Research
Box 54 Folder 5 A Raisin in the Sun – Research
Box 54 Folder 6 A Raisin in the Sun – Reviews and clippings
Box 54 Folder 7 A Raisin in the Sun – Script, labeled "B" (copy of French edition); with extensive revisions on separate sheets
Photo Box 109 Folders 1-4 A Raisin in the Sun – 4 photographs/negatives
Supp. Box 21 Folder 6 A Raisin in the Sun – Advertising
Supp. Box 21 Folder 7 A Raisin in the Sun – Box office
Supp. Box 21 Folder 8 A Raisin in the Sun – Casting
Oversize Folder 51 A Raisin in the Sun – Poster
Box 54 Folder 8 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Charles Dickens. November 25-December 31, 1983. Directed by Tony Mockus, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lighting by Robert Christen, costumes by James Edmund Brady, choreography by Gus Giordano – Programs
Box 54 Folder 9 A Christmas Carol – Rehearsal schedule
Box 54 Folder 10 A Christmas Carol – Press release, reviews and clippings, promotional material
Box 54 Folder 11 A Christmas Carol – Script; 1983 revision
Photo Box 109 Folders 5-6 A Christmas Carol – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 21 Folder 9 A Christmas Carol – Advertising
Supp. Box 21 Folder 10 A Christmas Carol – Casting
Supp. Box 21 Folder 11 A Christmas Carol – Information on other productions
Supp. Box 21 Folder 12 A Christmas Carol – Single and group sales
Box 54 Folder 12 Candida by George Bernard Shaw. January 23-February 19, 1984. Directed by Munson Hicks, lighting by Robert Christen, sets designed by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Nan Cibula – Press releases, reviews and clippings
Box 54 Folder 13 Candida – Script
Photo Box 109 Folders 7-11 Candida – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 21 Folder 13 Candida – Advertising
Supp. Box 21 Folder 14 Candida – Casting
Supp. Box 21 Folder 15 Candida – Programs
Supp. Box 21 Folder 16 Candida – Prompt script: Acts I and II
Supp. Box 21 Folder 17 Candida – Prompt script: Act III
Supp. Box 22 Folder 1 Candida – Research and pre-production
Supp. Box 22 Folder 2 Candida – Ticket giveaways
Box 54 Folder 14 Hey Stay Awhile by John Guare, music by Galt MacDermot, John Guare, and Jim Warner. February 19-April 14, 1984. Directed by Larry Sloan, ...with Kevin Anderson – Press releases, promotional material
Box 54 Folder 15 Hey Stay Awhile – Programs
Box 54 Folder 16 Hey Stay Awhile – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 109 Folders 12-17 Hey Stay Awhile – 6 photographs
Supp. Box 24 Folder 5 Hey Stay Awhile – Box office
Supp. Box 24 Folder 6 Hey Stay Awhile – Casting
Supp. Box 24 Folder 7 Hey Stay Awhile – Cast list and casting information
Supp. Box 24 Folder 8 Hey Stay Awhile – Notes and schedules
Supp. Box 24 Folder 9 Hey Stay Awhile – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 24 Folder 10 Hey Stay Awhile – Score; unmarked Xerox
Supp. Box 24 Folder 11 Hey Stay Awhile – Preliminary script pages
Box 55 Folder 1 The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan. March 2-April 8, 1984, featuring the Remains Theatre Ensemble. Directed by Donald Moffett, sets designed by Thomas Lynch, costume by Nan Cibula, lighting by Robert Christen, ...with Del Close, Dennis Farina, Amy Morton and William L. Petersen – Programs, reviews and clippings
Box 55 Folder 2 The Time of Your Life – Script, Xerox of published script
Box 55 Folder 3 The Time of Your Life – Original typescript, labeled "Acting Edition", and dated Jan. 24, 1984
Box 55 Folder 4 The Time of Your Life – Script, Xerox of above; with line cuts and changes in pencil
Box 55 Folder 5 The Time of Your Life – Script, Xerox of above; with line cuts and changes in pencil (differs from folder 4)
Photo Box 109 Folders 18-20 The Time of Your Life – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 22 Folder 3 The Time of Your Life – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 22 Folder 4 The Time of Your Life – Casting
Supp. Box 22 Folder 5 The Time of Your Life – Information on other productions
Supp. Box 22 Folder 6 The Time of Your Life – Promotional material
Supp. Box 22 Folder 7 The Time of Your Life – Published script; unmarked
Box 55 Folder 6 The Road by Wole Soyinka. April 20-May 27, 1984. Directed by Wole Soyinka, sets by Patricia Woodbridge, costumes by Judy Dearing, lights by Stephen Strawbridge, ...with Ernest Perry, Jr. and Ivory Ocean – Programs and Teacher's Supplement
Box 55 Folder 7 The Road – Reviews and clippings
Box 55 Folder 8 The Road – Script, labeled "Acting Edition"
Box 55 Folder 9 The Road – Script, corrected 4/9/84
Box 55 Folder 10 The Road – Partial script
Photo Box 109 Folders 21-23 The Road – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 22 Folder The Road – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 22 Folder The Road – Casting
Supp. Box 22 Folder The Road – Research
Box 55a Folder 1 The Three Moscowteers by Dmitri Karamazov. June 1-July 8, 1984. Directed by Robert Woodruff, music by Douglas Wieselman, sets designed by Kate Edmunds, costumes by Susan Hilferty, lights by James Ingalls – Programs, promotional material
Box 55a Folder 2 The Three Moscowteers – Reviews and clippings
Box 55a Folder 3 The Three Moscowteers – Memos
Box 55a Folder 4 The Three Moscowteers – Notes
Box 55a Folder 5 The Three Moscowteers – Correspondence
Box 55a Folder 6 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "A" - Preliminary Working Outline
Box 55a Folder 7 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "B" - First Draft
Box 55a Folder 8 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "C" - Second Draft, dated 1/28/84
Box 55a Folder 9 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "D" - typescript of working copy, dated 3/84
Box 55a Folder 10 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "E" - Outline, dated 3/10/84
Box 55a Folder 11 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "G" - Final draft on word processor used to prepare first Acting Edition
Box 55a Folder 12 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "I" - Acting Edition, updated 5/26
Box 55a Folder 13 The Three Moscowteers – Script, labeled "J" - Acting Edition, revised 5/26, 6/11
Photo Box 109 Folders 24-30 The Three Moscowteers – 7 photographs
Supp. Box 22 Folder 11 The Three Moscowteers – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 22 Folder 12 The Three Moscowteers – Casting
Supp. Box 22 Folder 13 The Three Moscowteers – Promotional material
Supp. Box 22 Folder 14 The Three Moscowteers – Research

1983-1984 Season, Studio

Box 55a Folder 14 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice, written by Peter Schumann. November 2-20, 1983. Directed by Peter Schumann – Correspondence and notes
Box 55a Folder 15 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Notes
Box 55a Folder 16 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Programs
Box 55a Folder 17 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 51 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Poster
Supp. Box 23 Folder 3 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Box office
Supp. Box 23 Folder 4 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Program copy
Supp. Box 23 Folder 5 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 23 Folder 6 Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Man: Theory and Practice – Research and pre-production
Box 55a Folder 18 In the Belly of the Beast, arranged and directed by Robert Falls. A Wisdom Bridge Theatre production, November 30-December 31, 1983 – Programs, promotional material
Box 55a Folder 19 In the Belly of the Beast – Publicity and box office
Supp. Box 23 Folder 1 Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. Premiere production at the Cottosloe Theatre, London, September 21-[?], 1983 – Programs, promotional material
Supp. Box 23 Folder 2 Glengarry Glen Ross – Reviews and clippings
Box 55b Folder 1 Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. January 27-March 4, 1984. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Nan Cibula, lights by Kevin Rigdon, ...with Robert Prosky, Joe Mantegna, William L. Petersen, and Jack Wallace – Box office
Box 55b Folder 2 Glengarry Glen Ross – Casting
Box 55b Folder 3 Glengarry Glen Ross – Contact sheets
Box 55b Folder 4 Glengarry Glen Ross – Joseph Jefferson nomination (Director/Play)
Box 55b Folder 5 Glengarry Glen Ross – Press releases, promotional materials
Box 55b Folder 6 Glengarry Glen Ross – Programs
Box 55b Folder 7 Glengarry Glen Ross – Publicity and advertising
Box 55b Folder 8 Glengarry Glen Ross – Reviews and clippings
Box 55b Folder 9 Glengarry Glen Ross – Special events
Box 55b Folder 10 Glengarry Glen Ross – Tech. schedules and costume note
Box 55b Folder 11 Glengarry Glen Ross – Script, draft of second version, dated July 1983
Box 55b Folder 12 Glengarry Glen Ross – Script, labeled "C"; Xerox of above, amended 8/30/83
Box 55b Folder 13 Glengarry Glen Ross – Script, labeled "L"; with outtakes (See: Oversize Box 2)
Box 55b Folder 14 Glengarry Glen Ross – Script; with correction dated 10/17/83 and 11/15/83
Box 55b Folder 15 Glengarry Glen Ross – Script; labeled "Acting Edition"; with final corrections 12/13/83 (per Methuen edition)
Box 55c Folder 1 Glengarry Glen Ross – Script, revised and corrected Jan. 31, 1984
Box 55c Folder 2 Glengarry Glen Ross – Script, labeled "N" - New York revisions, 4/16/84
Photo Box 109 Folders 31-33 Glengarry Glen Ross – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 23 Folder 7 Glengarry Glen Ross – Casting
Supp. Box 23 Folder 8 Glengarry Glen Ross – Prompt script (Acting Edition): Act I
Supp. Box 23 Folder 9 Glengarry Glen Ross – Prompt script (Acting Edition): Act II
Supp. Box 23 Folder 10 Glengarry Glen Ross – Revised script; unmarked and dated as of January 15, 1984
Supp. Box 23 Folder 11 Glengarry Glen Ross – Revised script; unmarked and dated October 1983, with further revisions dated October 17, 1983
Supp. Box 23 Folder 12 Glengarry Glen Ross – Revised script; unmarked, dated October 1983, and labeled “Final Pre-Rehearsal Script, November 30, 1983”
Supp. Box 23 Folder 13 Glengarry Glen Ross – Revised script; dated October 1983
Supp. Box 24 Folder 1 Glengarry Glen Ross – Time sheets, rehearsal hours, stage manager’s daily reports, etc.
Supp. Box 24 Folder 2 Glengarry Glen Ross – Programs and promotional material from the production at the John Golden Theatre, New York City, March 25-[?], 1984
Supp. Box 24 Folder 3 Glengarry Glen Ross – Publicity from the production at the John Golden Theatre, New York City, March 25-[?], 1984
Supp. Box 24 Folder 4 Glengarry Glen Ross – Reviews and clippings from the production at the John Golden Theatre, New York City, March 25-[?], 1984
Box 55c Folder 3 Hurlyburly by David Rabe. March 23-April 22, 1984 Directed by Mike Nichols, sets designed by Tony Walton, costumes by Ann Roth, lighting by Jennifer Tipton, ...with Harvey Keitel, William Hurt, Christopher Walken, Jerry Stiller, Cynthia Nixon, Judith Ivey, and Sigourney Weaver – Information on David Rabe
Box 55c Folder 4 Hurlyburly – Press releases, promotional material
Box 55c Folder 5 Hurlyburly – Programs
Box 55c Folder 6 Hurlyburly – Publicity and advertising
Box 55c Folder 7 Hurlyburly – Reviews and clippings
Box 55c Folder 8 Hurlyburly – Script (titled Spin Off)
Box 55c Folder 9 Hurlyburly – Reviews and clippings from the production at the Promenade Theater, New York City, June 1984
Photo Box 109 Folder 34 Hurlyburly – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 24 Folder 12 Hurlyburly – Casting
Supp. Box 24 Folder 13 Hurlyburly – Script; as yet untitled, labeled “A New Play by David Rabe”
Supp. Box 25 Folder 1 The Merry Guys Who Windsurf. Practical Theatre Company, May 17-July 1, 1984 – Promotional material

1983-1984 Season, Special Events

Box 55c Folder 10 Vasilios Gaitanos in Concert. January 30, 1984 – Programs, promotional material
Box 55c Folder 11 Vasilios Gaitanos in Concert – Publicity and advertising
Box 55c Folder 12 Vasilios Gaitanos in Concert – Reviews and clippings

1983-1984 Season, Merrill Lynch Dance Series

Box 55c Folder 13 General promotional material, press releases and clippings
Supp. Box 25 Folder 3 Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 25 Folder 2 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians. September 12-16, 1983 – Performance and sponsorship agreements
Box 55c Folder 14 The Hubbard Street Dance Company. November 1-19. 1983 – Press releases, promotional material
Box 55c Folder 14a The Hubbard Street Dance Company – Programs, reviews and clippings
Photo Box 109 Folders 35-38 The Hubbard Street Dance Company – 4 photographs
Supp. Box 25 Folder 4 The Hubbard Street Dance Company. November 1-19. 1983 – Information on the company
Supp. Box 25 Folder 5 The Hubbard Street Dance Company – Program copy
Supp. Box 25 Folder 6 The Hubbard Street Dance Company – Publicity and advertising
Box 55c Folder 15 Pilobus Dance Theater. February 21-26, 1984 – Press releases, promotional material
Box 55c Folder 15a Pilobus Dance Theater – Program, reviews and clippings
Photo Box 110 Folders 1-2 Pilobus Dance Theater – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 25 Folder 7 Pilobus Dance Theater – Information on the company
Supp. Box 25 Folder 8 Pilobus Dance Theater – Publicity and advertising
Box 55c Folder 16 Lars Lubovitch Dance Company. April 11-15, 1984 – Press releases, promotional material
Box 55c Folder 16a Lars Lubovitch Dance Company – Programs, reviews and clippings
Photo Box 110 Folders 3-5 Lars Lubovitch Dance Company – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 25 Folder 9 Lars Lubovitch Dance Company – Information on the company
Supp. Box 25 Folder 10 Lars Lubovitch Dance Company – Publicity and advertising

1983-1984 Season, Other

Box 55c Folder 17 Mark Twain Project for Urban Gateways. [1983-1984] – General information
Box 55c Folder 18 The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare. At the Olympic Arts Festival, June 1-August 12, 1984 – Programs
Box 55c Folder 19 The Comedy of Errors – Press kit
Photo Box 110 Folders 6-8 The Comedy of Errors – 3 photographs

1984-1985 Season, Mainstage

Box 56 Folder 1 Promotional material and clippings
Supp. Box 25 Folder 11 Casting statistics
Supp. Box 25 Folder 12 Group sales
Supp. Box 25 Folder 13 Open auditions
Supp. Box 25 Folder 14 Subscription campaign
Supp. Box 25 Folder 15 Telemarketing campaign
Box 56 Folder 2 Candide by Voltaire, adapted by Hugh Wheeler. Music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Richard Wilbur, additional lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and John Latouche. September 21-October 28, 1984. Directed by Munson Hicks, sets designed by John Lee Beatty, lighting by Judy Rasmuson, costumes by Christa Scholtz – Programs, press releases and clippings
Box 56 Folder 3 Candide – Correspondence
Box 56 Folder 4 Candide – Memos
Box 56 Folder 5 Candide – Cast list and schedules
Box 56 Folder 6 Candide – Scene breakdowns
Box 56 Folder 7 Candide – Notes
Box 56 Folder 8 Candide – Script
Box 56 Folder 9 Candide – Libretto
Box 56 Folder 10 Candide – Score
Box 56 Folder 11 Candide – Score and script
Box 56 Folder 12 Candide – Score and script
Photo Box 110 Folder 14 Candide – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 25 Folder 16 Candide – Casting
Supp. Box 25 Folder 17 Candide – Correspondence and memos (promotion and publicity)
Supp. Box 25 Folder 18 Candide – Promotional material and advertising
Supp. Box 25 Folder 19 Candide – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 25 Folder 20 Candide – Research
Supp. Box 26 Folder 1 Candide – Prompt script: Scenes 1-10
Supp. Box 26 Folder 2 Candide – Prompt script: Scenes 10-22
Supp. Box 26 Folder 3 Candide – Prompt script, score and cues
Supp. Box 26 Folder 4 Candide – Prompt script, score and cues
Supp. Box 26 Folder 5 Candide – Script; unmarked Xerox
Box 56 Folder 13 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Gregory Mosher and Larry Sloan from the novel by Charles Dickens. December 18-29, 1984. Directed by Gregory Mosher, music by Larry Schanker, sets by Kate Edmunds, lighting by Duane Schuler, costumes by Christa Scholtz, ...with Frank Galati and Del Close – Casting
Box 56 Folder 14 A Christmas Carol adapted by Gregory Mosher and Larry Sloan from the novel by Charles Dickens. December 18-29, 1984. Directed by Gregory Mosher, music by Larry Schanker, sets by Kate Edmunds, lighting by Duane Schuler, costumes by Christa Scholtz, ...with Frank Galati and Del Close – Correspondence
Box 56 Folder 15 A Christmas Carol – Memos
Box 56 Folder 16 A Christmas Carol – Notes
Box 56 Folder 17 A Christmas Carol – Press releases
Box 56 Folder 18 A Christmas Carol – Survey: Audience reaction to 1984-85 A Christmas Carol
Box 56a Folder 1 A Christmas Carol – Script, labeled "A - Rough draft", and dated 5/84
Box 56a Folder 2 A Christmas Carol – Script, labeled "B", and dated 8/27/84
Photo Box 110 Folders 15-24 A Christmas Carol – 10 photographs
Supp. Box 26 Folder 6 A Christmas Carol – Advertising and marketing-radio
Supp. Box 26 Folder 7 A Christmas Carol – Advertising and ticket sales
Supp. Box 26 Folder 8 A Christmas Carol – Casting
Supp. Box 26 Folder 9 A Christmas Carol – Correspondence-marketing
Supp. Box 26 Folder 10 A Christmas Carol – Group sales
Supp. Box 26 Folder 11 A Christmas Carol – Programs and promotional material
Supp. Box 26 Folder 12 A Christmas Carol – Research on Dickens
Supp. Box 26 Folder 13 A Christmas Carol – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 26 Folder 14 A Christmas Carol – Set designs
Supp. Box 27 Folder 1 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script (1 of 2)
Supp. Box 27 Folder 2 A Christmas Carol – Prompt script (2 of 2); with floor plan, scenery and effects plot
Supp. Box 27 Folder 3 A Christmas Carol – Assistant Stage Manager’s prompt script (1 of 2); with costume notes
Supp. Box 27 Folder 4 A Christmas Carol – Assistant Stage Manager’s prompt script (2 of 2)
Box 56a Folder 3 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. Adapted by the Organic Theater Company, January 25-March 3, 1985. Directed by Stuart Gordon, sets and costumes by designed by Mary Griswold and John Paoletti, lighting by Geoffrey Bushor, music by Jonathan Pearthree, ...with Meshach Taylor – Programs
Box 56a Folder 4 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Casting, auditions and contact sheet
Box 56a Folder 5 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Direction, design and tech. notes
Box 56a Folder 6 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Schedules
Box 56a Folder 7 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Script changes
Box 56a Folder 8 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Correspondence
Box 56a Folder 9 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Press releases, promotional material
Box 56a Folder 10 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Performance script
Box 56a Folder 11 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Original script; with changes
Box 56a Folder 12 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Script
Box 56a Folder 13 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Partial script
Photo Box 110 Folders 25-26 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 27 Folder 5 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Box office, student matinees and development
Supp. Box 27 Folder 6 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Casting
Supp. Box 27 Folder 7 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Panel discussion: “Racism, Censorship and Huckleberry Finn,” January 28, 1985
Supp. Box 27 Folder 8 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Pre-production and research
Supp. Box 27 Folder 9 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 27 Folder 10 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 52 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Poster and costume plot
Box 56b Folder 1 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men by Lonnie Elder, III. A production of the Negro Ensemble Company, March 18-April 14, 1985. Directed by Douglas Turner Ward, sets by Charles Henry McClennahan, lighting designed by Shirley Prendergast, costumes by Judy Dearing – Correspondence
Box 56b Folder 2 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Memos
Box 56b Folder 3 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Notes
Box 56b Folder 4 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Programs
Box 56b Folder 5 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Schedules
Box 56b Folder 6 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Script, labeled "B"
Photo Box 110 Folders 27-29 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 28 Folder 1 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Casting
Supp. Box 28 Folder 2 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Promotional material
Supp. Box 28 Folder 3 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Research (background on the Negro Ensemble Company)
Supp. Box 28 Folder 4 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Reviews and clippings
Oversize Folder 52 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men – Poster
Box 56b Folder 7 The Water Engine by David Mamet. May 6-June 2, 1985. Directed by Steven Schachter, sets by John Lee Beatty, lights by Dennis Parichy, costumes by Jessica Hahn, music by Alaric Jans, ...with William H. Macy – Programs
Box 56b Folder 8 The Water Engine – Script (Xerox of published script)
Box 56b Folder 9 The Water Engine – Script, labeled "St. Nicholas Edition"
Box 56b Folder 10 The Water Engine – Script, Public Theater version, dated Dec. 6, 1977; with line cuts and changes
Box 56b Folder 11 The Water Engine – Script, revised April 2, 1985
Box 56b Folder 12 The Water Engine – Script, labeled "D", manuscript of pre-show warm-up, dated 4/2/85
Box 56b Folder 13 The Water Engine – Script, labeled "F", revised ending dated 4/19/85
Box 56b Folder 14 The Water Engine – Script, labeled "G", manuscript and Xerox of cuts and revisions, dated 4/2-20/85
Box 56b Folder 15 The Water Engine – Script, labeled "H", revisions dated 4/5 and 4/19/85
Photo Box 110 Folders 30-31 The Water Engine – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 28 Folder 5 The Water Engine – Casting
Supp. Box 28 Folder 6 The Water Engine – Contact sheet
Supp. Box 28 Folder 7 The Water Engine – Correspondence
Supp. Box 28 Folder 8 The Water Engine – Press releases, promotional material
Supp. Box 28 Folder 9 The Water Engine – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 28 Folder 10 The Water Engine – Research
Supp. Box 28 Folder 11 The Water Engine – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 28 Folder 12 The Water Engine – Published script; unmarked
Supp. Box 28 Folder 13 The Water Engine – Prompt script
Supp. Box 28 Folder 14 The Water Engine – Prompt script: Act I
Supp. Box 28 Folder 15 The Water Engine – Prompt script: Act II
Supp. Box 28 Folder 16 The Water Engine – Hours, Stage Manager's daily reports
Box 56c Folder 1 Six Characters in Search of an Author by Luigi Pirandello. A production of the American Repertory Theatre, June 7-July 14, 1985. Directed Robert Brustein, sets and costumes by Michael Yeargan, lights by Jennifer Tipton – Programs and clippings
Box 56c Folder 2 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Script (translated by Paul Avila Mayer)
Box 56c Folder 3 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Script (adapted by Robert Brustein)
Photo Box 110 Folders 32-36 Six Characters in Search of an Author – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 29 Folder 1 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Casting
Supp. Box 29 Folder 2 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Correspondence
Supp. Box 29 Folder 3 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Promotional material
Supp. Box 29 Folder 4 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Research
Supp. Box 29 Folder 5 Six Characters in Search of an Author – Prompt script

1984-1985 Season, New Theatre Company

Box 56c Folder 4 General press releases, promotional material, and clippings
Supp. Box 29 Folder 7 Lakeview Central and Lake View East Development Corporation
Box 56c Folder 5 Two Radio Plays on WNUR: Goldberg Street and Cross Patch by David Mamet. March 1985. With member of the New Theatre Company – Promotional materials, reviews and clippings
Box 56c Folder 6 Two Radio Plays on WNUR: Goldberg Street and Cross Patch – Script
Box 56c Folder 7 The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov, adapted by David Mamet. March 1985. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets designed by Michael Merritt, costumes by Nan Cibula, lights by Kevin Rigdon, ...with Lindsay Crouse, W.H. Macy, and Mike Nussbaum – Programs, reviews and clippings
Box 56c Folder 8 Unassigned
Box 56c Folder 9 The Cherry Orchard – Script (literal translation by Peter Neller), labeled "B"
Box 56c Folder 10 The Cherry Orchard – Script (adapted by David Mamet)
Box 56c Folder 11 The Cherry Orchard – Script (adapted by David Mamet), labeled "C", and dated 3/14/85
Photo Box 111 Folders 1-3 The Cherry Orchard – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 29 Folder 8 The Cherry Orchard – Background on Chekhov
Supp. Box 29 Folder 8a The Cherry Orchard – Casting
Supp. Box 29 Folder 9 The Cherry Orchard – Promotional material
Supp. Box 29 Folder 10 The Cherry Orchard – Prompt script
Supp. Box 29 Folder 11 The Cherry Orchard – Prompt script, with stage manager’s daily reports
Oversize Folder 52 The Cherry Orchard – Poster
Box 56c Folder 12 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl by David Mamet. April 19-May 19, 1985, at the Briar Street Theatre. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets designed by Michael Merritt, costumes designed by Nan Cibula, lights by Kevin Rigdon, ...with Mike Nussbaum, Lindsay Crouse, and Gary Cole – Program, reviews and clippings
Box 56c Folder 13 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – Script: The Shawl
Box 56c Folder 14 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – Scripts: The Shawl and The Spanish Prisoner, labeled "D", updated 4/4/85
Box 56c Folder 15 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – Scripts: The Shawl and The Spanish Prisoner, labeled "E", dated 3/29/85
Box 56c Folder 16 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – Script: The Spanish Prisoner, revised March 1985
Photo Box 111 Folders 4-9 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – 6 photographs
Supp. Box 29 Folder 12 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – Information on other productions
Supp. Box 29 Folder 13 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – Promotional material and advertising
Oversize Folder 52 The Spanish Prisoner and The Shawl – Poster
Box 56d Folder 1 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II, by Spaulding Gray. June 18-30, 1985, at the Briar Street Theatre – Jean Nathan interview with Spaulding Gray
Box 56d Folder 2 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II – Press releases, promotional material
Box 56d Folder 3 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II – Programs
Box 56d Folder 4 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II – Research and preproduction
Box 56d Folder 5 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 111 Folders 10-14 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II – 5 photographs
Supp. Box 29 Folder 14 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II – Publicity and advertising
Supp. Box 29 Folder 15 Swimming to Cambodia, Part I and II – Schedules

1984-1985 Season, Special Events

Box 56d Folder 6 Baby with the Bathwater by Christopher Durang. A production of the Remains Theatre, [1984-1985]. Directed by D.W. Moffatt, sets and lights designed by Michael Phillipi, costumes by Marsha Kowal, ...with Amy Morton – Programs

1984-1985 Season, Merrill Lynch Dance Series

Supp. Box 30 Folder 1 Box office and subscriptions
Supp. Box 30 Folder 2 Press and publicity
Supp. Box 30 Folder 3 Promotional material
Box 56d Folder 7 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians. September 12-16, 1984 – Programs, promotional material
Box 56d Folder 8 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 111 Folders 15-16 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 30 Folder 4 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians – Box office
Supp. Box 30 Folder 5 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians – General company information
Supp. Box 30 Folder 6 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians – Press and publicity
Supp. Box 30 Folder 7 Laura Dean Dancers and Musicians – Contracts and agreements
Box 56d Folder 9 Hubbard Street Dance Company. October 30-November 18, 1984 – Press releases, promotional material
Box 56d Folder 10 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Programs
Box 56d Folder 11 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 111 Folders 17-19 Hubbard Street Dance Company – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 30 Folder 8 Hubbard Street Dance Company – General company information
Supp. Box 30 Folder 9 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Press and publicity
Supp. Box 30 Folder 10 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Agreements (contract)
Supp. Box 30 Folder 11 Hubbard Street Dance Company – Box office
Box 56d Folder 12 Feld Ballet. January 8-20, 1985 – Correspondence and memos
Box 56d Folder 13 Feld Ballet – Press releases, promotional material
Box 56d Folder 14 Feld Ballet – Programs
Box 56d Folder 15 Feld Ballet – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 111 Folders 20-21 Feld Ballet – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 30 Folder 12 Feld Ballet – General company information
Supp. Box 30 Folder 13 Feld Ballet – Press and publicity
Box 56d Folder 16 Merce Cunningham Dance Company. April 16-21, 1985 – Correspondence
Box 56d Folder 17 Merce Cunningham Dance Company – Press releases, promotional material
Box 56d Folder 18 Merce Cunningham Dance Company – Programs
Box 56d Folder 19 Merce Cunningham Dance Company – Reviews and clippings
Photo Box 111 Folders 22-24 Merce Cunningham Dance Company – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 30 Folder 14 Merce Cunningham Dance Company – Agreement (contract)
Supp. Box 30 Folder 15 Merce Cunningham Dance Company – General company information

1984-1985 Season, Special Events

Box 56d Folder 20 Very, Very, Serious Plays by Shel Silverstein. A production of the Practical Aesthetics Workshop, April 12-21, 1985 – Programs
Box 56d Folder 21 Very, Very, Serious Plays – Promotional material
Supp. Box 30 Folder 18 Very, Very, Serious Plays – Memos
Supp. Box 30 Folder 19 Very, Very, Serious Plays – Notes
Box 56d Folder 22 Marge Markin Theatre Forum: The Humans and the Artist. Lecture, March 26, 1985 – Program
Supp. Box 30 Folder 17 Marge Markin Theatre Forum: The Humans and the Artist – Press releases, promotional material

1985-1986 Season, Mainstage

Box 56d Folder 25 The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, translated by Milton Ehre and Fruma Gottschalk. October 4-November 10, 1985. Directed by Frank Galati, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Kevin Rigdon, sound design by Robert Neuhaus, ...with Jack Wallace – Programs
Box 56d Folder 26 The Government Inspector – Notes
Photo Box 111 Folder 25 The Government Inspector – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 30 Folder 22 The Government Inspector – Casting
Supp. Box 30 Folder 23 The Government Inspector – Director correspondence
Supp. Box 30 Folder 24 The Government Inspector – Research and production information
Supp. Box 30 Folder 25 The Government Inspector – Unmarked published script
Supp. Box 31 Folder 1 The Government Inspector – Prompt script (1 of 2)
Supp. Box 31 Folder 2 The Government Inspector – Prompt script (2 of 2)
Box 56d Folder 27 A Christmas Carol, adapted by Larry Sloan from the novel by Charles Dickens. November 22-December 29, 1985. Directed by Sandra Grand, music by Larry Schanker, sets by Joseph Nieminski, costumes by Christa Scholtz, lighting by Robert Christen, ...with Ernest Perry, Jr. – Correspondence
Box 56d Folder 28 A Christmas Carol – Press releases
Box 56d Folder 29 A Christmas Carol – Programs
Photo Box 111 Folder 26 A Christmas Carol – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 31 Folder 3 A Christmas Carol – Script; marked "B"
Supp. Box 31 Folder 4 A Christmas Carol – Script; dated 1985, and marked with extensive line changes
Oversize Folder 53 A Christmas Carol – Poster
Box 56d Folder 30 Fences by August Wilson. A production of the Yale Repertory Theatre, January 31-March 9, 1986. Directed by Lloyd Richards, sets by James Sandefur, costumes by Candace Donnelly, lighting by Danianne Mizzy, ...starring James Earl Jones – Press releases, promotional material
Box 56d Folder 31 Fences by August Wilson – Programs
Photo Box 111 Folder 27 Fences – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 31 Folder 5 Fences – Unmarked script; labeled “updated 1/10/86”
Oversize Folder 53 Fences – Poster
Box 57 Folder 1 Happy Days by Samuel Beckett. Presented as part of the International Theatre Festival of Chicago, April 4-May 11, 1986. Directed by Andre Belgrader, sets by Douglas Stein, costumes by Candice Donnelly, lights by Frances Aronson – Programs and promotional material
Box 57 Folder 2 Happy Days – Scripts, Xerox of published script (Grove edition)
Box 57 Folder 3 Happy Days – Research
Photo Box 111 Folders 28-32 Happy Days – 3 photographs
Supp. Box 31 Folder 6 Happy Days – Publicity and advertising
Box 57 Folder 4 Orchards, seven American playwrights present stories by Anton Chekhov: Marie Irene Fornes, Spaulding Gray, John Guare, David Mamet, Wendy Wasserstein, Michael Weller, and Samm-Art Williams. An Acting Company production, May 23-June 29, 1986. Directed by Robert Falls, sets by Adrianne Lobel, costumes by Laura Crow, lights by Paul Gallo, music by Louis Rosen – Programs and promotional material
Photo Box 111 Folders 33-34 Orchards – 2 photographs
Supp. Box 31 Folder 7 Orchards – Notes on casting and production
Supp. Box 31 Folder 8 Orchards – Reviews and clippings
Supp. Box 31 Folder 9 Orchards – Script; unmarked Xerox of galley proofs, labeled “original”
Oversize Folder 53 Orchards – Posters

1985-1986 Season, Studio

Box 57 Folder 5 The Nest by Franz X. Kroetz, translated by Roger Downey. Presented by the Remains Theatre in a U.S. Premiere, August 27-[?], 1985. Directed by Ted Levine, music by Lloyd King, sets by Patrick Kerwin, lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Natalie West – Programs
Box 57 Folder 6 Seventy Scenes of Halloween by Jeffrey Jones. Presented by the Remains Theatre, [1985-1986]. Directed by James Roach, sets by Patrick Kerwin, lighting by Mary McAuliffe, costumes by Kathryn Kerch – Program

1985-1986 Season, Merrill Lynch Dance Series

Supp. Box 32 Folder 1 Promotional material
Box 57 Folder 7 Changing Times Tap Company. September 3-15, 1985. Directed by Carol Tanzman, Jane Goldberg as artistic director – Promotional material, press releases, programs
Photo Box 111 Folder 35 Changing Times Tap Company – 1 photograph
Supp. Box 32 Folder 2 Changing Times Tap Company – Press and publicity
Supp. Box 32 Folder 3 Changing Times Tap Company – General company information
Box 57 Folder 8 Feld Ballet, with Karen Kain. January 14-26, 1986 – Promotional materials and programs
Supp. Box Feld Ballet, with Karen Kain. January 14-26, 1986
Box 57 Folder 9 Pilobolus Dance Theatre. March 11-23, 1986 – Promotional material and programs
Supp. Box 32 Folder 5 Pilobolus Dance Theatre – Press and publicity

1985-1986 Season, Special Events

Box 57 Folder 10 The Water Engine by David Mamet. September 17-21, 1985, at Ravinia. Directed by Steven Schachter, sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Jessica Hahn, lights by Dennis Parichy, music by Alaric Jans – Programs and promotional material
Supp. Box 32 Folder 6 The Water Engine – Casting
Supp. Box 32 Folder 7 The Water Engine – Prompt script: Act I
Supp. Box 32 Folder 8 The Water Engine – Prompt script: Act II
Supp. Box 32 Folder 9 The Water Engine – Prompt script: Act I; with stage manager’s daily reports
Supp. Box 32 Folder 10 The Water Engine – Prompt script: Act II
Box 57 Folder 11 King Lear and Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. Presented for the International Theatre Festival of Chicago by the Stratford Shakespearean Festival of Canada, at the Blackstone Theatre, November 27-December 22, 1985. John Hirsch, artistic director – Programs and press releases
Box 57 Folder 12 King Lear and Twelfth Night – Promotional and educational material
Photo Box 111 Folders 36-41 King Lear and Twelfth Night – 6 photographs
Supp. Box 32 Folder 11 King Lear and Twelfth Night – Planning memos
Supp. Box 32 Folder 12 Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. March 7-29, 1986 at the Blackstone Theatre – Program, promotional material

Continued in Goodman Theatre Archive, Production History Files, Part 2.

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