Steppenwolf Theatre Company Records

Dates: 1974-2008
Size: 39.5 linear feet, 12 oversize folders, 340 photographs, audiovisual material
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Special Collections, 400 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60605
Collection Number: T00086
Provenance: Donated to Chicago Public Library by the theater.
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Steppenwolf Theater Company Records, [Box #, Folder#], Special Collections, Chicago Public Library
Processed by: Andrea Telli and Lauren Bufferd. Finding guide updated by Sarah Zimmerman in 2018.

Historical Note

Steppenwolf Theatre Company

Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre, founded in 1975 and first housed in a church basement in north suburban Highland Park, has become internationally renowned in the ensuing decades. The original founders (Gary Sinise, Terry Kinney and Jeff Perry) as well as its subsequent ensemble members – John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, John Mahoney, Kevin Anderson, Martha Lavey, Joan Allen, Martha Plimpton, Francis Guinan, Glenne Headley, Gary Cole and Kathryn Erbe, among others – have risen to prominence and garnered critical acclaim on the stage, in films and on television.

After presenting contemporary plays (to growing public interest) for five years in Highland Park, Steppenwolf moved into Chicago in 1980, to a 134-seat theater at the Jane Addams Hull House Center in the city’s Lakeview neighborhood. Two years later, the troupe moved to a 211-seat venue at 2851 N. Halsted Street, where they remained until 1991.

The years after 1980 saw steadily increasing acclaim for Steppenwolf as a series of its most successful Chicago productions – True West, And a Nightingale Sang, Balm in Gilead and Orphans – played in New York’s off-Broadway theaters to glowing reviews.   

Steppenwolf’s achievements were further recognized by a 1985 Tony Award for Regional Theatre Excellence, and a 1990 Tony for Best Play of the 1989-1990 Broadway season (Director Frank Galati’s adaptation of John Steinbeck’s novel The Grapes of Wrath.)

The Steppenwolf Theatre Company moved into a new, 500-seat theater at 1650 N. Halsted Street in 1991. Seven years later, the Company was awarded a National Medal of Arts, which cited its outstanding contributions to the excellence, growth, support and availability of the arts in the United States. Steppenwolf was the first theater company to receive a National Medal of Arts. The Steppenwolf Theatre Company has remained committed to producing dynamic and exciting plays.

Scope and Content

The Steppenwolf Theatre Records detail the founding of the theater and the early years of the ensemble’s growth as well as document production history through the mid-2000s. Records include programs, scripts, promotional materials, press releases, correspondence, meeting minutes and photographs. Videotapes have been removed to the Chicago Theater Videotape Collection.

Arrangement/Series Description

The Steppenwolf Theatre Records are arranged into three series. Topics may overlap series. Researchers are encouraged to consult each series.

Series 1: Audience Development, 1975-2008 (Boxes 1-24, 70-81)

The Audience Development Series contains promotional material on the company and ensemble members in addition to the publicity files for productions, including programs, reviews and clippings. The series is further arranged into three subseries.

  • Subseries 1: Administrative Files, arranged alphabetically by subject includes information on advertising, educational programs, fundraising and subscription campaigns.
  • Subseries 2: Publicity Files-Ensemble Members and General Company Files, arranged alphabetically includes clippings, press releases and media notes for ensemble members and the general company.
  • Subseries 3: Publicity Files-Productions, arranged by theater season includes production history information including programs, reviews, press releases, photographs and posters. Recordings in this subseries have been removed to the Chicago Theater Videotape Collection.

Series 2: Artistic, 1976-1986, 1992 (Boxes 25-66)

The Artistic Series contains information on play selection. The series includes correspondence, notes from early Artistic Directors H.E. Baccus, Gary Sinise and Jeff Perry and scripts and prompt books of produced and unproduced shows. Files are arranged by topic. Scripts maintain original order and are listed as “Reading Scripts,” “Production Scripts,” “Submitted Scripts” and “Ursini Scripts.” Dan Ursini was Steppenwolf’s first resident playwright (1978-1983).

Series 3: Management, 1976-1985 (Boxes 67-69)

The Management Series is split into two subseries and contains information about the Board of Directors and documents from the Managing Director’s office.

  • Subseries 1: Board of Director’s Files, arranged alphabetically by subject includes board bylaws, early memberships, correspondence and meeting minutes.
  • Subseries 2: Managing Director’s Files, arranged alphabetically by subject and includes box office information, correspondence, budget summaries and staff meeting minutes.

Related Materials

Chicago Theater Videotape Collection
Lisa Ebright Collection
Virgil Johnson Papers

Subject Headings

Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Ensemble Theater
Sinise, Gary.
Kinney, Terry.
Metcalf, Laurie, 1955.
Baccus, H.E.
Perry, Jeff, 1955-
Malkovich, John.
Ursini, Dan.
Allen, Joan, 1956-
Sinise, Moira, 1954-
Guinan, Francis, 1951-
Wilder, Alan.
Mahoney, John, 1940-2018.
Steppenwolf Theatre Company -- Archives.
Steppenwolf Theatre Company -- Management.
Steppwnwolf Theatre Company -- Performances.
Steppenwolf Theatre Company -- Employees.
Steppenwolf Theatre Company -- Finance.
Steppenwolf Theatre Company -- Photographs.
Business Correspondence.
Records (Documents)
Press Releases.
Clippings.
Playbills (Posters)
Theater Programs.
Scripts (Documents)

Container List

Series 1: Audience Development Series

Subseries 1: Administrative Files

Advertising
Box 1 Folder 1 Dinner Packages
Box 80 Folder 6 Dinner packages, art boards, undated
Box 1 Folder 2 Magazines
Box 1 Folder 3 Marketing companies
Box 1 Folder 4 Newspapers
Box 1 Folder 5 Radio
Box 1 Folder 6 Miscellaneous marketing
Affiliations
Box 1 Folder 7 Chicago Association of Performing Arts (CAPA)
Box 1 Folder 8 League of Chicago Theatres
Calendar
Oversize Folder 5 Art Boards
Correspondence
Box 1 Folder 9 Incoming
Box 1 Folder 10 Outgoing
Director of Audience Development
Box 1 Folder 11 Notes (Elizabeth Ruppert), 1983-1986
Educational
Box 1 Folder 12 Brochures and flyers
Box 80 Folder 7 Brochures and flyers, art board, undated
Box 1 Folder 13 Budget, 1983-1984
Box 1 Folder 14 Funding
Box 1 Folder 15 Notes and schedules
Fundraising
Box 1 Folder 16 Benefits: New York Raffle, undated
Box 1 Folder 16a Benefits: The Best of Steppenwolf: A Four Performance Benefit at the Apollo Theatre. Art board, 1979 October 15-November 27
Box 1 Folder 17 Benefits: Barbara Cook in Concert, 1981 February 14
  Oversize Folder 5 Benefits: Barbara Cook in Concert. Poster, 1981 February
  Oversize Folder 5 Benefits: Barbara Cook in Concert. Art board, 1981 February
Box 1 Folder 18 Benefits: The Bakery, 1981 October 14
Box 1 Folder 19 Benefits: 1982 August 14
  Oversize Folder 5 Benefits: Poster, 1982 August 14
Box 1 Folder 20 Benefits: An Affair of the Heart, 1983 February 14
Box 2 Folder 1 Benefits: Barbara Cook in Concert, 1983 June 11
Box 2 Folder 2 Benefits: Death of a Salesman, 1984 January 21
Box 2 Folder 3 Benefits: Electricity, 1985 July
Box 2 Folder 4 Benefits: Limelight, 1985 August 1
Box 2 Folder 5 Benefits: Tenth Year Anniversary, 1986 April 4
  Oversize Folder 5 Benefits: Tenth Year Anniversary. Art board, 1986 April 4
Box 2 Folder 5a Benefits: Drake Hotel, 1987 May 15
Box 2 Folder 6 Campaigns, 1984-1985
Box 80 Folder 8 Campaigns: Buy-a Seat. Art boards, undated
Box 80 Folder 8 Campaigns: Annual 1985. Art boards, circa 1985
Grants
Box 2 Folder 7 Foundations
Box 2 Folder 8 Borg Warner Foundation
Box 2 Folder 9 Corporate Fiscal Year, 1982-1983
Box 2 Folder 10 Community Trust, 1982-1983
Box 2 Folder 11 Consolidated Food Foundation, 1983-1984
Box 2 Folder 12 NEA Visitation Grant, 1984
Gift Certificates
Box 2 Folder 13 Gift certificates, undated
Box 80 Folder 8 Gift certificate art boards, undated
Group Sales
Box 2 Folder 14 Brochures
Box 2 Folder 15 Contracts
Box 2 Folder 16 Of Mice and Men
Box 2 Folder 17 Notes
Box 2 Folder 18 1983-1984 Season
Box 2 Folder 19 Return postcard log
Mailing List
Box 2 Folder 20 "Beth's" [original folder label]
Box 2 Folder 21 Mailing list card
Box 2 Folder 22 Mailing list
Box 2 Folder 23 Reference codes
Box 2 Folder 24 School lists
Media Placement Status Reports
Box 2 Folder 25 1984 August-1985 June
Box 2 Folder 26 1985 June-1986 August
Box 2 Folder 27 1986 September-October
Box 2 Folder 28 1986 November-1987 January
Box 2 Folder 29 1987 February
Box 2 Folder 30 1987 March 19-April 17
Box 2 Folder 31 1987 April 17-May 31
Box 2 Folder 32 1987 June
Box 2 Folder 33 1987 July-October
Staffing
Box 3 Folder 1 Job Descriptions
Subscriptions
Box 3 Folder 2 Coffees
Box 3 Folder 3 Invitations
Box 3 Folder 4 Subscribers, 1977-1978
Box 3 Folder 5 Subscribers, 1985-1986
Box 3 Folder 6 Subscription campaign, 1979-1980
Box 3 Folder 7 Subscription campaign, 1980-1981
Box 3 Folder 8 Subscription campaign, 1982-1983
Box 3 Folder 9 Subscription campaign, 1983-1984
Box 3 Folder 10 Subscription campaign, 1984-1985
Box 3 Folder 11 Subscription campaign, 1986-1987
Box 81 Folder 1 Subscription campaign, undated
Box 3 Folder 12 Subscription list, Chicago City Ballet
Box 3 Folder 13 Subscription list, Northlight Theatre
Box 81 Folder 2 Subscription list-Wisdom Bridge, 1985-1986
Box 81 Folder 3 Subscription list-Goodman Theatre, 1985-1986
Box 3 Folder 14 Telemarketing
Surveys
Box 3 Folder 15 Steppenwolf Audience Survey, undated
Box 3 Folder 16 League of Chicago Theatre's Marketing Survey, 1981
Box 3 Folder 16a League of Chicago Theatre's Marketing Survey, 1981
Touring
Box 3 Folder 17 Midsummer Night's Dream. Schedule
Box 3 Folder 18 Romeo and Juliet. Cast breakdown
Volunteers
Box 3 Folder 19 Correspondence - Incoming
Box 3 Folder 20 Correspondence - Outgoing
Box 3 Folder 21 Memos
Box 3 Folder 22 Notes

Subseries 2: Publicity Files-Ensemble Members and General Company Files

Ensemble Members
Box 4 Folder 1 Joan Allen, 1983-1989
Box 4 Folder 2 Kevin Anderson, 1986-1989
Box 4 Folder 3 Randall Arney, 1983-1990
Box 74 Folder 1 Randall Arney. Photograph (1), undated
Box 4 Folder 4 Robert Breuler, 1987-1989
Box 74 Folder 2 Robert Breuler. Photograph (1), undated
Box 4 Folder 5 Gary Cole, 1985-1998
Box 4 Folder 6 Steven Eich, 1984-1985
Box 4 Folder 7 Frank Galati, 1985-1998
Box 4 Folder 8 Deb Gohr, 1983
Box 4 Folder 9 Francis Guinan, 1981-1988
Box 74 Folder 3 Francis Guinan. Photograph (1), undated
Box 4 Folder 10 Moira Harris, 1984-1987
Box 4 Folder 11 Glenne Headley, 1979-1986
Box 4 Folder 12 Tim Hopper, 1989
Box 4 Folder 13 Tom Irwin, 1983-1998
Box 74 Folder 4 Tom Irwin. Photograph (1), undated
Box 4 Folder 14 Terry Kinney, 1982-1998
Box 74 Folder 5 Terry Kinney. Photograph (1), undated
Box 4 Folder 15 Martha Lavey, undated
Box 4 Folder 16 John Mahoney, 1983-1998
Box 74 Folder 6 John Mahoney. Photograph (1), undated
Box 4 Folder 17 John Malkovich, 1980-1984
Box 4 Folder 18 John Malkovich, 1985-1987
Box 4 Folder 19 John Malkovich, 1988-1998
Box 5 Folder 1 “Making Mr. Right” (motion picture production information on Headley, Malkovich and Metcalf)
Box 5 Folder 2 Laurie Metcalf, 1980-1998
Box 5 Folder 3 Amy Morton, 1997-1998
Box 5 Folder 4 Barbara Patterson, 1984-1987
Box 5 Folder 5 Austin Pendleton, 1987
Box 5 Folder 6 Jeff Perry, 1977-1998
Box 74 Folder 7 Jeff Perry. Photograph (1), undated
Box 5 Folder 7 Rondi Reed, 1982-1988
Box 5 Folder 8 Molly Regan, 1985
Box 5 Folder 9 Kevin Rigdon, 1986-1987
Box 5 Folder 10 Gary Sinise, 1975-1998, [Includes a copy of The Effect of...Marigold's program from Elm Place School in Highland Park, 1975]
Box 74 Folder 6 Gary Sinise. Photograph (1), undated
Box 5 Folder 11 Rick Snyder, 1983-1989
Box 74 Folder 9 Rick Snyder. Photographs (2), undated
Box 5 Folder 12 Jim True, 1989
Box 5 Folder 13 Alan Wilder, 1985
Box 74 Folder 10 Alan Wilder. Photographs (2), undated
General Company
Box 5 Folder 14 General clippings, 1976-1984
Box 5 Folder 15 General clippings, 1985-1986
Box 5 Folder 16 General clippings, 1987-1998
Box 5 Folder 17 General press releases, undated
Box 5 Folder 18 General press releases, 1977-1978
Box 5 Folder 19 General press releases, 1982-1983
Box 5 Folder 20 General press releases, 1984-1985
Box 5 Folder 21 General press releases, 1985-1986
Box 5 Folder 22 General press releases, 1986-1987
Box 5 Folder 23 General press releases, 1988-1989
Box 5 Folder 24 General press releases, 1989-1990
Box 5 Folder 25 General press releases, 1990-1991
Box 5 Folder 26 General press releases, 1992-1993
Box 5 Folder 27 General press releases, 1996-1997
Box 5 Folder 28 General press releases, 1997-1998
Box 5 Folder 29 General press releases, 1998-1999
Box 74 Folder 11 General company photographs (2), undated

Subseries 3: Publicity Files-Productions

1974 Season
Grease by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, undated          

See: Artistic Files. Box 9, Folder 1: Script and score

1976 Season
Box 6 Folder 1 The Indian Wants the Bronx by Israel Horovitz and The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco. Reviews and clippings, 1976 August 25-August 28
Box 70 Folder 1 The Indian Wants the Bronx. Photographs (7), 1976 August
Box 75 Folder 1 The Indian Wants the Bronx. Contact sheets and negatives, 1976 August
Box 6 Folder 2 The Lover by Harold Pinter and Birdbath by Leonard Melfi. Reviews and clippings, 1976 August 25-August 28
Box 70 Folder 2 The Lover. Photographs (2), 1976 August
Box 75 Folder 2 The Love. Negatives, 1976 August
Box 70 Folder 2 Birdbath. Photographs (2), 1976 August
    See also: Artistic Files / Box 9, Folder 2: Script
1976-1977 Season
Box 6 Folder 3 General Season. Clippings and press releases, circa 1976
Box 6 Folder 4 Look, We've Come Through by Hugh Wheeler. Directed by H.E. Baccus, sets by Charles Heinrich, costumes by Moira Harris and Jennifer Schumann. Program (photocopy), 1976 October 21-November 21 
Box 6 Folder 5 Look, We've Come Through. Reviews and clippings, 1976 October-November
Box 70 Folder 4 Look, We’ve Come Through. Photographs (1), 1976 October-November
Box 6 Folder 6 The Dumbwaiter by Harold Pinter. Directed by Nancy Evans and designed by Kevin Rigdon and The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year by John Guare. Directed by Jeff Perry and designed by Kevin Rigdon. Program (photocopy), 1976 December 10-1977 January 16
Box 6 Folder 7 The Dumbwaiter. Reviews and clippings, 1976 December-1977 January
Box 70 Folder 5 The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year. Photograph (1), 1976 December-1977 January
Box 75 Folder 3 The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year. Negative, 1977 January
  Oversize Folder 6 The Dumbwaiter and The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year. Art board, circa 1976
Box 6 Folder 8 The Seahorse by Edward Moore. Directed by John Malkovich. Program, reviews and clippings, 1977 March 9-April 16 
  Oversize Folder 1 The Seahorse. Poster, 1977 March-April
Box 6 Folder 9 Birdbath by Leonard Melfi and The Indian Wants the Bronx by Israel Horovitz. Reviews and clippings, 1977 May 13-June 5
Box 6 Folder 9a Birdbath and The Indian Wants the Bronx. Clippings for a the performance at the St. Nicholas Theater, 1977 August 24
Box 6 Folder 10 Our Late Night by Wallace Shawn. Reviews and clippings, 1977 August 7
Box 75 Folder 4 Our Late Night. Contact sheets and negatives, 1977
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 33, Folder 3: Script
1977-1978 Season
Box 6 Folder 11 General Season. Clippings, circa 1977
Box 6 Folder 12 Mack, Anything Goes Over the Rainbow. Adapted and directed by H.E. Baccus. Program, 1977 October 7-30
Box 6 Folder 13 Mack, Anything Goes Over the Rainbow. Reviews and clippings, 1977 October
Box 70 Folder 6 Mack, Anything Goes Over the Rainbow. Photographs (2), 1977 October
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 33, Folder 4: Score
Box 6 Folder 14 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. Directed by Dr. Ralph Lane, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by John Conklin. Press releases, 1977 November 5-December 31
Box 6 Folder 15 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Program, 1977 November 5-December 31
Box 6 Folder 16 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Reviews and clippings, 1977 November-December
Box 70 Folder 7 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Photographs (3), 1977 November-December
Box 75 Folder 5 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Negatives, 1977 November-December
Box 75 Folder 6 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Negatives, 1977 November-December
Box 75 Folder 7 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Negatives, 1977 November-December
Box 75 Folder 8 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Negatives, 1977 November-December
Box 6 Folder 17 Sandbar Flatland by Edward Urcen. World Premiere, directed by John Malkovich, designed by Kevin Rigdon. Program, 1978 March 10-April 2 
Box 6 Folder 18 Sandbar Flatland. Reviews and clippings, 1978 March-April
Box 70 Folder 8 Sandbar Flatland. Photographs (4), 1978 March-April
Box 75 Folder 9 Sandbar Flatland. Negatives, 1978 March-April
Box 75 Folder 10 Sandbar Flatland. Negatives, 1978 March-April
  Oversize Folder 1 Sandbar Flatland. Poster, 1978 March-April
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 33, Folders 5-7: Scripts
Box 6 Folder 19 Krapp's Last Tape by Samuel Beckett, directed by Jeff Perry and Home Free by Lanford Wilson, directed by Terry Kinney. Sets and lights by R. Paul Orlopp. Press release, 1978 May 12-June 11
Box 6 Folder 20 Krapp's Last Tape and Home Free. Program, 1978 May-June
Box 6 Folder 21 Krapp's Last Tape and Home Free. Reviews and clippings, 1978 May-June
Box 70 Folder 9 Krapp’s Last Tape and Home Free. Photographs (16), 1978 May-June
Box 75 Folder 11 Krapp’s Last Tape. Negatives, 1978 May-June
Box 75 Folder 12 Home Free. Negatives, 1978 May-June
  Oversize Folder 1 Krapp’s Last Tape and Home Free. Poster, 1978 May-June
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 33, Folder 8: Script
Box 6 Folder 22 The Caretaker by Harold Pinter. Directed by John Malkovich, lights and set designs by Kevin Rigdon. Press releases, 1978 June 23-July 23
Box 6 Folder 23 The Caretaker. Reviews and clippings, 1978 June-July
Box 70 Folder 10 The Caretaker. Photographs (4), 1978 June-July
  Oversize Folder 1 The Caretaker. Poster, 1978 June-July
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 34, Folder1-2: Script and Prompt Script
1978-1979 Season
Box 6 Folder 24 General Season. Brochures, clippings, correspondence, and press releases, circa 1978
Box 6 Folder 25 Fifth of July by Lanford Wilson. A co-production with the St. Nicholas Theatre Company.  Directed by Steven Schachter, sets and costumes by Barry Robison, lights by Tom Herman. Reviews and clippings, 1978 September 20
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 34, Folder 3: Script
Box 6 Folder 26 Philadelphia, Here I Come by Brian Friel. Directed by H.E. Baccus, sets by Kevin Rigdon. Press release, 1978 November 24-December 30
Box 6 Folder 27 Philadelphia, Here I Come. Program, 1978 November-December
Box 6 Folder 28 Philadelphia, Here I Come. Reviews and clippings, 1978 November-December
Box 80 Folder 1 Philadelphia, Here I Come. Art board, circa 1978
  Oversize Folder 1 Philadelphia, Here I Come. Poster, 1978 November-December
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 34, Folder 4: Script
Box 6 Folder 29 Exit the King by Eugene Ionesco. Directed by Dr. Ralph Lane. Press releases, 1979 January 19-Febraury 25
Box 6 Folder 30 Exit the King. Program, 1979 January-February
Box 6 Folder 31 Exit the King. Reviews and clippings, 1979 January-February
Box 70 Folder 11 Exit the King. Photographs (5), 1979 January-February
  Oversize Folder 1 Exit the King. Poster, 1979 January-February
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 34, Folder 6: Production information
Box 6 Folder 32 The Dock Brief by John Mortimer. Performed at the Arts & Crafts Fair, Highland Park, Illinois. Directed by Jane Perry. Clipping and program, 1979 April
Box 70 Folder 12 The Dock Brief. Photographs (2), 1979 April
Box 6 Folder 33 The Caretaker by Harold Pinter. Directed by John Malkovich, sets by Kevin Rigdon. Program (photocopy), 1979 March 14-April 1
Box 6 Folder 34 The Caretaker. Reviews and clippings, 1979 March-April
Box 71 Folder 13 The Caretaker. Photographs (3), 1979 March-April
Box 6 Folder 35 The Adventures of Mutt and Jeff by Rob Maxey. Press releases, 1979 April 18-29
Box 6 Folder 36 The Adventures of Mutt and Jeff. Reviews and clippings, 1979 April
Box 80 Folder 1 The Adventures of Mutt and Jeff. Art board, 1979 April
  Folder 37 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. Directed by H.E. Baccus, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon. Press releases, 1979 May 10-June 24
Box 6 Folder 38 The Glass Menagerie. Program, 1979 May-June
Box 6 Folder 39 The Glass Menagerie. Reviews and clippings, 1979 May-June
Box 70 Folder 14 The Glass Menagerie. Photographs (1), 1979 May-June
1979-1980 Season
Box 6 Folder 40 General Season. Clippings and press releases, circa 1979
Box 6 Folder 41 Waiting for Lefty by Clifford Odets. Directed by Sheldon Patinkin, sets by David Emmons, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch, lights by Deborah Acker and Geoffrey Bushor. Flyer, 1979 September
Box 6 Folder 42 Waiting for Lefty. Program, 1979 September
Box 6 Folder 43 Waiting for Lefty. Reviews and clippings, 1979 September
Box 6 Folder 44 Say Goodnight, Gracie by Ralph Pape. A co-production with Travel Light Theatre. Directed by Austin Pendleton, sets by Nels Anderson, lights by Gary Heitz, costumes by Jordan Ross. Press releases, 1979 December 5-1980 January 13
Box 6 Folder 45 Say Goodnight, Gracie. Program (photocopy), 1979 December-1980 January
Box 6 Folder 46 Say Goodnight, Gracie. Reviews and clippings, 1979 December-1980 January
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 34, Folder 7: Script
Box 6 Folder 47 Bonjour, la Bonjour by Michel Tremblay, translated by John van Burek and Bill Glassco. Directed by H.E. Baccus, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Mary Copple. Press releases, 1980 March 4-April 5
Box 6 Folder 48 Bonjour, la Bonjour. Programs and lobby display text, 1980 March-April
Box 6 Folder 49 Bonjour, la Bonjour. Reviews and clippings, 1980 March-April
Box 70 Folder 15 Bonjour, la Bonjour. Negatives (2), 1980 March-April
Box 75 Folder 13 Bonjour, la Bonjour. Negatives, 1980 March-April
Box 80 Folder 1 Bonjour, la Bonjour. Art board, 1980 March April
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 34, Folder 8-9: Scripts
Box 6 Folder 50 The Collection by Harold Pinter. Directed by Stephen Eich. Press release, 1980 March 28-April 18
Box 6 Folder 51 The Collection. Program (photocopy), 1980 March-April
Box 6 Folder 52 The Collection. Reviews and clippings, 1980 March-April
Box 75 Folder 14 The Collection. Negatives, 1980 March-April
Box 6 Folder 53 Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. Directed by Sheldon Patinkin, sets by David Emmons, lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch with Mike Nussbaum and Gary Cole. Press releases, 1980 May 8-June 8
Box 6 Folder 54 Death of a Salesman. Program (photocopy), 1980 May-June
Box 6 Folder 55 Death of a Salesman. Reviews and clippings, 1980 May-June
Box 75 Folder 15 Death of a Salesman. Negatives, 1980 May-June
  Oversize Folder 1 Death of a Salesman. Posters, 1980 May-June
  Oversize Folder 6 Death of a Salesman. Art board, 1980 May-June
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 1: Script
Box 6 Folder 56 Quiet Jeanie Green by Edward Urcen. Directed by H.E. Baccus, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Glenne Headley. Press releases, 1980 July 17-August 19
Box 6 Folder 57 Quiet Jeanie Green. Program, 1980 July-August
Box 6 Folder 58 Quiet Jeanie Green. Reviews and clippings, 1980 July-August
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 2-3: Scripts
1980-1981 Season
Box 7 Folder 1 General Season. Brochures, circa 1980
Box 7 Folder 2 General Season. Steppenews (newsletter), circa 1980
Box 7 Folder 3 General Season. Press releases, circa 1980
Box 7 Folder 4 General Season. Prospectus, circa 1980
Box 7 Folder 5 General Season. Reviews and clippings, circa 1980
  Oversize Folder 10 General Season. Subscription. Art boards, circa 1980
Box 7 Folder 6 Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson. Directed by John Malkovich, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon with William L. Petersen. Correspondence, 1980 September 28-October 26
Box 7 Folder 7 Balm in Gilead. Press release, 1980 September-October
Box 7 Folder 8 Balm in Gilead. Program, 1980 September-October
Box 7 Folder 9 Balm in Gilead. Reviews and clippings, 1980 September-October
Box 71 Folder 1 Balm in Gilead. Photographs (2), contact sheet, negatives, 1980 September-October
  Oversize Folder 1 Balm in Gilead. Poster, 1980 September-October
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 4: Script
Box 7 Folder 10 Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by H.E. Baccus and John Malkovich, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costume design by Glenne Headley. Press releases, 1980 November 20-December
Box 7 Folder 11 Absent Friends. Reviews and clippings, 1980 November-December
Box 7 Folder 12 Absent Friends. Program, 1980 November-December
  Oversize Folder 1 Absent Friends. Poster, 1980 November-December
Box 7 Folder 13 The Littlest Elf by Rob Maxey. At the First National Plaza on Dearborn. Directed by Rob Maxey, choreography by Nancy Scheiber, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Mary Copple. Reviews and clippings, 1980 December 5-26
  Oversize Folder 1 The Littlest Elf. Poster, 1980 December
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 5: Script
Box 7 Folder 14 Savages by Christopher Hampton. Directed by John Malkovich, sets by Kevin Rigdon, lights by Robert Christen, costumes by Glenne Headley. Press release, 1981 January 14-February
Box 7 Folder 15 Savages. Program, 1981 January-February
Box 7 Folder 16 Savages. Publicity notes, 1981 January-February
Box 7 Folder 17 Savages. Reviews and clippings, 1981 January-February
  Oversize Folder 1 Savages. Posters, 1981 January-February
  Oversize Folder 6 Savages. Art board, 1981 January-February
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 6: Correspondence
Box 7 Folder 18 A Summer Remembered by Charles Nolte. Staged reading.  Directed by Stephen Eich. Promotional material (photocopies), 1981 February 8
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 7-8: Scripts
Box 7 Folder 19 Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Sheldon Patinkin, sets by Kevin Rigdon, lights by Rita Pietraszek, costumes by Sherry Ravitz. Flyer (photocopy), 1981 March 11-April 12
Box 7 Folder 20 Arms and the Man. Press releases, 1981 March-April
Box 7 Folder 21 Arms and the Man. Program, 1981 March-April
Box 7 Folder 22 Arms and the Man. Reviews and clippings, 1981 March-April
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 9: Correspondence
Box 7 Folder 23 The Great American Desert by Joel Oppenheimer. Directed by Stephen Eich. Correspondence, 1981 March 13-April 11
Box 7 Folder 24 The Great American Desert. Flyer, 1981 March-April
Box 7 Folder 25 The Great American Desert. Press releases, 1981 March-April
Box 7 Folder 26 The Great American Desert. Program (photocopy), 1981 March-April
Box 7 Folder 27 The Great American Desert. Reviews and clippings, 1981 March-April
Box 75 Folder 16 The Great American Desert. Negatives, 1981 March-April
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 10: Script
Box 7 Folder 28 Action by Sam Shepard. Directed by Gary Sinise, designed by Kevin Rigdon with Donald Moffett. Press releases, 1981 May 8-June 5
Box 7 Folder 29 Action. Program, 1981 May-June
Box 7 Folder 30 Action. Reviews and clippings, 1981 May-June
  Oversize Folder 6 Action. Art board, 1981 May-June
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 11: Notes
Box 7 Folder 31 No Man's Land by Harold Pinter. Directed by John Malkovich, sets by Kevin Rigdon and Deb Gohr, lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by John Malkovich. Press releases, 1981 May 1-June 7
Box 7 Folder 32 No Man's Land. Program, 1981 May-June
Box 7 Folder 33 No Man's Land. Reviews and clippings, 1981 May-June
Box 7 Folder 34 Morning Call by Alan Gross. WMAQ Broadcast, directed by Gary Sinise. Reviews and clippings, 1981 June 18
Box 7 Folder 35 Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson at the Apollo Theatre Center. Correspondence, 1981 July 8-August 30
Box 7 Folder 36 Balm in Gilead. Flyers, 1981 July-August
Box 7 Folder 37 Balm in Gilead. Press releases, 1981 July-August
Box 7 Folder 38 Balm in Gilead. Programs, 1981 July-August
Box 7 Folder 39 Balm in Gilead. Reviews and clippings, 1981 July-August
Box 80 Folder 1 Balm in Gilead. Art board, 1981 July-August
  Oversize Folder 1 Balm in Gilead. Poster, 1981 July-August
1981-1982 Season
Box 8 Folder 1 General Season. Brochures and clippings, circa 1981
  Oversize Folder 10 General Season. Art boards, circa 1981
Box 8 Folder 2 Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Directed by Terry Kinney, sets by H.E. Baccus, lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Glenne Headley. Correspondence, 1981 September 16-October 18
Box 8 Folder 3 Of Mice and Men. Press releases, 1981 September-October
Box 8 Folder 4 Of Mice and Men. Programs, 1981 September-October
Box 8 Folder 5 Of Mice and Men. Reviews and clippings. 1981 September-October
  Oversize Folder 2 Of Mice and Men. Poster, 1981 September-October
  Oversize Folder 6 Of Mice and Men. Art board, 1981 September-October
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 13: Correspondence
Box 8 Folder 5a Big Mother by Charles Dizenzo. Directed by Laurie Metcalf. Program (photocopy), 1981 September 18
Box 8 Folder 6 Big Mother. Reviews and clippings, 1981 September
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 12: Script
Box 8 Folder 7 Waiting for the Parade by John Murrell. Directed by Gary Sinise. Joseph Jefferson Award nomination (photocopy), 1981 November 18-December 20
Box 8 Folder 8 Waiting for the Parade. Cast list 1981 November-December
Box 8 Folder 9 Waiting for the Parade. Press releases, 1981 November-December
Box 8 Folder 10 Waiting for the Parade. Programs, 1981 November-December
Box 8 Folder 11 Waiting for the Parade. Reviews and clippings, 1981 November-December
  Oversize Folder 2 Waiting for the Parade. Poster, 1981 November-December
  Oversize Folder 6 Waiting for the Parade. Art board, 1981 November-December
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 14: Script
Box 8 Folder 12 The Littlest Elf written and directed by Rob Maxey. Reviews and clippings, 1981 December 5-24
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 35, Folder 15: Script
Box 8 Folder 13 Loose Ends by Michael Weller. Directed by Austin Pendleton, sets by Kevin Rigdon, lights by Robert Christen. Correspondence, 1982 February 3
Box 8 Folder 14 Loose Ends. Programs, 1982 February
Box 8 Folder 15 Loose Ends. Reviews and clippings, 1982 February
  Oversize Folder 2 Loose Ends. Poster, 1982 February
Box 8 Folder 16 True West by Sam Shepard. Directed by Gary Sinise, sets and lights by Deb Gohr and Kevin Rigdon. Flyers, 1982 April 16
Box 8 Folder 17 True West. Press releases, 1982 April
Box 8 Folder 18 True West. Programs, 1982 April
Box 8 Folder 19 True West. Reviews and clippings, 1982 April
Box 8 Folder 20 True West. Program for the production at the Apollo Theatre, 1982 July-August
Box 71 Folder 2 True West. Photographs (13), contact sheets, 1982 April
  Oversize Folder 2 True West. Poster, 1982 April
Box 8 Folder 21 The Coarse Acting Show by Michael Green at Crosscurrents. Directed by John Mahoney. Press releases, 1982 April 29-June 6
Box 8 Folder 22 The Coarse Acting Show. Reviews and clippings, 1982 April-June
Box 8 Folder 23 The House by David Halliwell. Directed by John Malkovich, sets by Deb Gohr, costumes by Frank Vybiral. Joseph Jefferson Award nomination (photocopy), 1982 June 11
Box 8 Folder 24 The House. Cast list, 1982 June
Box 8 Folder 25 The House. Flyer, 1982 June
Box 8 Folder 26 The House. Program, 1982 June
Box 8 Folder 27 The House. Reviews and clippings, 1982 June
Box 76   The House. Photoboard (1), 1982 June
  Oversize Folder 2 The House. Poster, 1982 June
  Oversize Folder 6 The House. Art board, 1982 June
1982-1983 Season
Box 8 Folder 28 General Season. Brochures and clippings, circa 1982
Box 80 Folder 2 General Season. Art boards, circa 1982
Box 8 Folder 29 A Prayer for My Daughter by Thomas Babe. Directed by John Malkovich, sets by Deb Gohr, lights by John Sanchez with Dennis Farina and Gary Cole. Flyers, 1982 October 3
Box 8 Folder 30 A Prayer for My Daughter. Programs, 1982 October
Box 8 Folder 31 A Prayer for My Daughter. Reviews and clippings, 1982 October
Box 8 Folder 32 A Prayer for My Daughter. Reviews and clippings, 1982 October
Box 71 Folder 3 A Prayer for My Daughter. Photograph (1), 1982 October
Box 79 Folder 1 A Prayer for My Daughter. Oversize photographs (2), 1982 October
Box 80 Folder 2 A Prayer for My Daughter. Art boards, 1982 October
Box 76   A Prayer for My Daughter. Photoboard (1), 1982 October
  Oversize Folder 2 A Prayer for My Daughter. Poster, 1982 October
  Oversize Folder 7 A Prayer for My Daughter. Art board, 1982 October
Box 8 Folder 33 And a Nightingale Sang by C.P. Taylor. Directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Louis DeCrescenzo, sound by Terry Kinney, lights by Walter Reinhart with Gary Cole. Correspondence, 1982 November 17-1983 January 16
Box 8 Folder 34 And a Nightingale Sang. Flyers and invitations, 1982 November-1983 January
Box 8 Folder 35 And a Nightingale Sang. Press release, 1982 November-1983 January
Box 8 Folder 36 And a Nightingale Sang. Programs, 1982 November-1983 January
Box 8 Folder 37 And a Nightingale Sang. Reviews and clippings, 1982 November-1983 January
Box 71 Folder 4 And a Nightingale Sang.  Photographs (2), negatives 1982 November-1983 January
Box 79 Folder 10 And a Nightingale Sang. Oversize photographs (4), 1982 November-1983 January
  Oversize Folder 2 And a Nightingale Sang. Poster, 1982 November-1983 January
  Oversize Folder 7 And a Nightingale Sang. Art boards, 1982 November-1983 January
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 8: Correspondence
Box 8 Folder 38 Say Goodnight, Gracie by Ralph Pape, WTTW production. Flyers, 1983 February 15
Box 8 Folder 39 Say Goodnight, Gracie. Reviews and clippings, 1982 February
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 36, Folder 1: Invitations and sets designs
Box 8 Folder 40 Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill. Directed by Don Amendolia, sets by Gary Baugh, lights by Louis DiCrescenzo and Jane McIntyre. Brochures and invitations, 1983 March 2
Box 8 Folder 41 Cloud 9. Press releases, 1983 March
Box 8 Folder 42 Cloud 9. Programs, 1983 March
Box 8 Folder 43 Cloud 9. Reviews and clippings, 1983 March
Box 79 Folder 11 Cloud 9. Oversize photograph (1), 1983 March
Box 76   Cloud 9. Photoboard (1), 1983 March
Box 80 Folder 2 Cloud 9. Art boards, 1983 March
  Oversize Folder 2 Cloud 9. Poster, 1983 March
  Oversize Folder 7 Cloud 9. Art boards, 1983 March
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 36, Folder 4-11: Scripts, etc.
Box 8 Folder 44 A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Jeff Perry, sets by Deb Gore, lights by Louis DiCrescenzo, costumes by Wendy Oldenburg and Patti Minter. Flyers, 1983 May 6
Box 8 Folder 45 A Moon for the Misbegotten. Press releases and invitation lists, 1983 May
Box 8 Folder 46 A Moon for the Misbegotten. Programs, 1983 May
Box 8 Folder 47 A Moon for the Misbegotten. Reviews and clippings, 1983 May
Box 76   A Moon for the Misbegotten. Photoboard (3), 1983 May
Box 80 Folder 2 A Moon for the Misbegotten. Art board, 1983 May
  Oversize Folder 2 A Moon for the Misbegotten. Poster, 1983 May
  Oversize Folder 7 A Moon for the Misbegotten. Art board, 1983 May
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 36, Folder 2-3: Script, notes
Box 8 Folder 48 The Miss Firecracker Contest by Beth Henley. Directed by Gary Sinise, sets and lights by Louis DiCrescenzo, sound by Gary Sinise, costumes by Jane McIntyre. Correspondence, 1983 June 26-July 24
Box 8 Folder 49 The Miss Firecracker Contest.  Press releases, 1983 June-July
Box 8 Folder 50 The Miss Firecracker Contest. Programs, 1983 June-July
Box 8 Folder 51 The Miss Firecracker Contest. Reviews and clippings, 1983 June-July
Box 71 Folder 5 The Miss Firecracker Contest. Photographs (1), 1983 June-July
Box 76   The Miss Firecracker Contest. Photoboards (3), 1983 June-July
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 1: Script
1983-1984 Season
Box 9 Folder 1 General Season. Brochures, clippings, and correspondence, circa 1983
  Oversize Folder 10 General Season. Art boards, circa 1983
Box 9 Folder 2 The Hothouse by Harold Pinter. Directed by Jeff Perry, sets and lights by Louis DiCrescenzo, costumes by Wendy Oldenburg and Patti Minter with Larry Brandenburg. Correspondence, 1983 September 21
Box 9 Folder 3 The Hothouse. Flyers, 1983 September
Box 9 Folder 4 The Hothouse. Press release, 1983 September
Box 9 Folder 5 The Hothouse. Programs, 1983 September
Box 9 Folder 6 The Hothouse. Reviews and clippings, 1983 September
Box 71 Folder 6 The Hothouse. Photographs (3), 1983 September
Box 76   The Hothouse. Photoboards (9), 1983 September
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 2-4: Miscellaneous
Box 9 Folder 7 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. Directed by Ralph Lane with Kevin Anderson, Larry Brandenburg, and Scott McPherson. Correspondence, 1983 November 9
Box 9 Folder 8 Our Town. Flyers and invitations, 1983 November
Box 9 Folder 9 Our Town. Press release, 1983 November
Box 9 Folder 10 Our Town. Program, 1983 November
Box 9 Folder 11 Our Town. Reviews and clippings, 1983 November
Box 76   Our Town. Photoboards (6), 1983 November
  Oversize Folder 7 Our Town. Art boards, 1983 November
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 5-7: Miscellaneous
Box 9 Folder 12 And a Nightingale Sang by C.P. Taylor at Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Program (photocopy), 1983 October 4-November 6
Box 9 Folder 13 And a Nightingale Sang. Reviews and clippings, 1983 October-November
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 8: Correspondence
Box 9 Folder 14 And a Nightingale Sang by C.P. Taylor at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center, New York City. Program (photocopy), 1983 November 17
Box 9 Folder 15 And a Nightingale Sang. Reviews and clippings, 1983 November
Box 9 Folder 16 Tracers by John DiFusco. Directed by Gary Sinise, sets by Deb Gohr, lights by Louis DiCrescenzo, choreography and tai-chi by Donald Tims with Gary Cole and Dennis Farina. Invitations and invitation list, 1984 January 26
Box 9 Folder 17 Tracers. Press releases, 1984 January
Box 9 Folder 18 Tracers. Program, 1984 January
Box 9 Folder 19 Tracers. Reviews and clippings, 1984 January
Box 71 Folder 7 Tracers. Photographs (2), 1984 January
Box 80 Folder 2 Tracers. Art board, 1984 January
Box 76   Tracers. Photoboards (11), 1984 January
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 9-12: Miscellaneous
Box 9 Folder 20 True West by Sam Shepard for WTTW. Reviews and clippings, 1983 February 7
Box 9 Folder 21 True West. Box for WTTW Home Video production (1989 purchase), circa 1984
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.3

True West, by Sam Shepard. Steppenwolf Theatre Company [and American Playhouse] production, directed by Allan A. Goldstein, stage direction by Gary Sinise, sets by Bruce & Bruce, costumes by Patricia Eiben, lights by A. Wright, with John Malkovich, Gary Sinise, Sam Schacht and Margaret Thomson. Video recording by Academy Entertainment (approx. 110 minutes, color), circa 1984

Box 9 Folder 22 'Dentity Crisis by Christopher Durang, directed by Cary Libkin, and Canadian Gothic by Joanna Glass, directed by Glenne Headley. Press release, 1984 February 13
Box 9 Folder 23 'Dentity Crisis. Programs, 1984 February
Box 9 Folder 24 'Dentity Crisis. Reviews and clippings, 1984 February
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 13: Scripts
Box 9 Folder 25 Fool for Love by Sam Shepard. Directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Louis DiCrescenzo, lights by Doug Gould, costumes by Glenne Headley, with William L. Petersen. Correspondence, 1984 April 18
Box 9 Folder 26 Fool for Love. Flyers, 1984 April
Box 9 Folder 27 Fool for Love. Press releases, 1984 April
Box 9 Folder 28 Fool for Love. Program, 1984 April
Box 9 Folder 29 Fool for Love. Reviews and clippings, 1984 April
Box 80 Folder 2 Fool for Love. Art boards, 1984 April
Box 76   Fool for Love. Photoboards (7), 1984 April
  Oversize Folder 7 Fool for Love. Art board, 1984 April
Box 9 Folder 30 Cowboy Mouth by Sam Shepard. Directed by Phyllis Schuringa. Press releases, 1984 June 4
Box 9 Folder 31 Cowboy Mouth. Program, 1984 June
Box 9 Folder 32 Cowboy Mouth. Reviews and clippings, 1984 June
Box 71 Folder 8 Cowboy Mouth. Photograph (1), 1984 June
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 38, Folder 6: Correspondence
Box 9 Folder 33 Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson at the Circle Repertory Theatre and the Minetta Lane Theater in New York City.  Directed by John Malkovich, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Glenne Headley, with Lynne Thigpen. Correspondence, 1984 June
Box 9 Folder 34 Balm in Gilead. Programs, 1984 June
Box 9 Folder 35 Balm in Gilead. Reviews and clippings, 1984 June
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 37, Folder 14: Correspondence
1984-1985 Season
Box 9 Folder 36 General Season. Brochures and clippings, circa 1984
  Oversize Folder 10 General Season. Art boards, circa 1984
Box 9 Folder 37 Stagestruck by Simon Gray. Directed by Tom Irwin, sets by Kevin Rigdon, lights by Robert Christen. Flyers, circa 1984
Box 9 Folder 38 Stagestruck. Press releases, circa 1984
Box 9 Folder 39 Stagestruck. Programs, circa 1984
Box 9 Folder 40 Stagestruck. Reviews and clippings, circa 1984
Box 80 Folder 3 Stagestruck. Art board, circa 1984
Box 76   Stagestruck. Photoboards (6), circa 1984
  Oversize Folder 3 Stagestruck. Poster, circa 1984
  Oversize Folder 8 Stagestruck. Art board, circa 1984
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 38, Folder 1: Script
Box 9 Folder 41 La Ronde by Arthur Schnitzler. Directed by Keith Miller.  Production canceled. Promotional material, 1984 October
Box 9 Folder 42 La Ronde. Schedule, 1984 October
Box 80 Folder 3 La Ronde. Art boards, 1984 October
Box 9 Folder 43 Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, translated by Lanford Wilson. Directed by Austin Pendleton, sets by Gary Baugh, lights by Michael Rourke, costumes by Frank Vybiral. Flyers, 1984 November 27
Box 9 Folder 44 Three Sisters. Press releases, 1984 November
Box 9 Folder 45 Three Sisters. Program, 1984 November
Box 9 Folder 46 Three Sisters. Reviews and clippings, 1984 November
Box 71 Folder 2 Three Sisters. Contact sheets, 1984 November
Box 76   Three Sisters. Photoboards (5), 1984 November
Box 80 Folder 3 Three Sisters. Art board, 1984 November
  Oversize Folder 3 Three Sisters. Poster, 1984 November
  Oversize Folder 4 Three Sisters. Costume renderings, 1984 November
  Oversize Folder 8 Three Sisters. Art board, 1984 November
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 38, Folder 2-3: Scripts, notes
Box 10 Folder 1 Orphans by Lyle Kessler. Directed by Gary Sinise, music by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Cookie Gluck. Correspondence, 1985 January
Box 10 Folder 2 Orphans. Flyers and invitations, 1985 January
Box 10 Folder 3 Orphans. Press releases, 1985 January
Box 10 Folder 4 Orphans. Programs, 1985 January
Box 10 Folder 5 Orphans. Reviews and clippings, 1985 January
Box 76   Orphans. Photoboards (4), 1985 January
Box 79 Folder 2 Orphans. Oversize mounted photograph (1), 1985
Box 80 Folder 3 Orphans. Art boards, 1985 January
  Oversize Folder 3 Orphans. Poster, 1985 January
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 38, Folder 4-5: Scripts
Box 10 Folder 6 Coyote Ugly by Lynn Siefert. Directed by John Malkovich, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley. Flyers and invitations, 1985 March 19
Box 10 Folder 7 Coyote Ugly. Press releases, 1985 March
Box 10 Folder 8 Coyote Ugly. Program copy, 1985 March
Box 10 Folder 9 Coyote Ugly. Programs, 1985 March
Box 10 Folder 10 Coyote Ugly. Reviews and clippings, 1985 March
Box 71 Folder 10 Coyote Ugly. Rehearsal photograph (1). 1985 March
Box 77   Coyote Ugly. Photoboards (4), 1985 March
Box 80 Folder 3 Coyote Ugly. Art board, 1985 March
  Oversize Folder 3 Coyote Ugly. Poster, 1985 March
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 38, Folder 5a: Schedules
Box 10 Folder 11 Orphans by Lyle Kessler at the Westside Art Center, New York City. Program, 1985 May 7
Box 10 Folder 12 Orphans. Reviews and clippings, 1985 May
Box 10 Folder 13 Miss Julie by August Strindberg. Directed by Tom Irwin, sets by James Dardenne and Kevin Rigdon, lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula, choreography by Robert Wells, original score by Douglas Post, with Danton Stone. Correspondence, 1985 May 22
Box 10 Folder 14 Miss Julie. Flyers and invitations, 1985 May
Box 10 Folder 15 Miss Julie. Press releases, 1985 May
Box 10 Folder 16 Miss Julie. Programs, 1985 May
Box 10 Folder 17 Miss Julie. Reviews and clippings, 1985 May
Box 77   Miss Julie. Photoboards (7), 1985 May
  Oversize Folder 3 Miss Julie. Poster, 1985 May
Box 10 Folder 18 AT&T Performing Arts Festival at the Kennedy Center. Clippings and promotional material, 1985 June-August
Box 10 Folder 19 AT&T Performing Arts Festival at the Kennedy Center. Coyote Ugly program, 1985 June-August
Box 10 Folder 20 AT&T Performing Arts Festival at the Kennedy Center. Coyote Ugly reviews and clippings, 1985 June-August
Box 10 Folder 21 AT&T Performing Arts Festival at the Kennedy Center. Streamers correspondence, 1985 June -August
Box 10 Folder 22 AT&T Performing Arts Festival at the Kennedy Center. Streamers program, 1985 June-August
Box 10 Folder 23 AT&T Performing Arts Festival at the Kennedy Center. Streamers reviews and clippings, 1985 June-August
1985-1986 Season
Box 10 Folder 24 General Season. Brochures and clippings, circa 1985
Box 80 Folder 1 General Season. Art boards, circa 1985
  Oversize Folder 10 General Season. Art boards, circa 1985
Box 10 Folder 25 The Caretaker by Harold Pinter. Directed by John Malkovich, sets and lighting by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by John Malkovich. Flyers and invitations, 1985 September 22-November 10
Box 10 Folder 26 The Caretaker. Memos, 1985 September-November
Box 10 Folder 27 The Caretaker. Press releases, 1985 September
Box 10 Folder 28 The Caretaker. Programs, 1985 September-November
Box 10 Folder 29 The Caretaker. Reviews and clippings, 1985 September-November
Box 71 Folder 11 The Caretaker. Photographs (2), negatives, 1985 September-November
Box 77   The Caretaker. Photoboards (6), 1985 September-November
Box 80 Folder 4 The Caretaker. Art boards, 1985 September-November
Box 10 Folder 30 You Can't Take It With You by George Kaufman and Moss Hart. Directed by Frank Galati, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch, with Del Close, Amy Morton, Bradley Mott and Peggy Roeder. Correspondence, 1985 November 30-December
Box 10 Folder 31 You Can't Take It With You. Flyers and invitations, 1985 November-December
Box 10 Folder 32 You Can't Take It With You. Press releases, 1985 November-December
Box 10 Folder 33 You Can't Take It With You. Programs, 1985 November-December
Box 10 Folder 34 You Can't Take It With You. Reviews and clippings, 1985 November-December
Box 77   You Can’t Take it With You. Photoboards (5), 1985 November-December
Box 81 Folder 4 You Can’t Take It with You. Art boards, 1985 November-December
  Oversize Folder 3 You Can’t Take It with You. Poster, 1985 November-December
  Oversize Folder 8 You Can’t Take It with You. Art boards, 1985 November-December
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 38, Folder 7-8: Script, notes
Box 10 Folder 35 The Caretaker by Harold Pinter. Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City. Program (photocopy), 1986 January
Box 10 Folder 36 The Caretaker. Reviews and clippings, 1986 January
Box 11 Folder 1 A Lesson from Aloes by Athol Fugard. Directed by Suzanne Shepard, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula, with Danny Glover. Invitations, 1986 February
Box 11 Folder 2 A Lesson from Aloes. Press releases, 1986 February
Box 11 Folder 3 A Lesson from Aloes. Programs, 1986 February
Box 11 Folder 4 A Lesson from Aloes. Reviews and clippings
Box 71 Folder 12 A Lesson from Aloes. Photographs (3), 1986 February
Box 77   A Lesson from Aloes. Photoboards (9), 1986 February
Box 79 Folder 4 A Lesson from Aloes. Oversize photoboard (1), 1986 February
Box 80 Folder 4 A Lesson from Aloes. Art Board, 1986 February
  Oversize Folder 8 A Lesson from Aloes. Art Board, 1986 February
Box 11 Folder 5 Orphans by Lyle Kessler. Apollo Theatre, London, with Albert Finney. Program, 1986 March
Box 11 Folder 6 Orphans. Reviews and clippings, 1986 March
Box 11 Folder 7 Lydie Breeze by John Guare. Directed by Rondi Reed, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula, original music by H.E. Baccus, with Elizabeth Perkins and Peggy Roeder. Flyers and invitations, 1986 March-April
Box 11 Folder 8 Lydie Breeze. Press releases, 1986 March-April
Box 11 Folder 9 Lydie Breeze. Programs, 1986 March-April
Box 11 Folder 10 Lydie Breeze. Reviews and clippings, 1986 March-April
Box 71 Folder 13 Lydie Breeze. Photographs (4), 1986 March-April
Box 77   Lydie Breeze. Photoboards (6), 1986 March-April
Box 79 Folder 5 Lydie Breeze. Oversize photoboard (1), 1986 March-April
  Oversize Folder 3 Lydie Breeze. Poster, 1986 March-April
  Oversize Folder 8 Lydie Breeze. Art boards, 1986 March-April
Box 11 Folder 11 Frank's Wild Years by Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan. Briar Street Theatre, Chicago. Directed by Gary Sinise, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, choreography by Robert Wells, dental trickery by Teller, with Peggy Roeder and Tom Waits. Cast and crew bios, 1986 June 22-July 29
Box 11 Folder 12 Frank's Wild Years. Press releases, 1986 June-July
Box 11 Folder 13 Frank's Wild Years. Program, 1986 June-July
Box 11 Folder 14 Frank's Wild Years. Reviews and clippings, 1986 June-July
Box 11 Folder 15 Frank's Wild Years. "Thoughts on Production," by Tom Waits, 1986 June-July
Box 71 Folder 14 Frank’s Wild Years. Photographs (3), 1986 June-July
Box 80 Folder 4 Frank’s Wild Years. Art board, 1986 June-July
    See also: Artistic Files. Box 39, Folder 1-2: Scripts
Box 11 Folder 16 Vicious by Denis Spedaliere. Directed by Paul Fagan, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by U-Tate, featuring George Clooney. Program, 1986 May
1986-1987 Season
Box 11 Folder 17 General Season. Brochures, circa 1986
Box 11 Folder 18 General Season. Clippings and press releases, 1986
  Oversize Folder 5 General Season. Steppenwolf News (newsletter draft), circa 1986
Box 11 Folder 19 Bang! by Laura Cunningham. Directed by Randall Arney, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, featuring Gary Cole. Flyers and invitations, 1986 September
Box 11 Folder 20 Bang! Press releases, 1986 September
Box 11 Folder 21 Bang! Programs, 1986 September
Box 11 Folder 22 Bang! Reviews and clippings, 1986 September
Box 77   Bang! Photoboards (6), 1986 September
Box 80 Folder 5 Bang! Art board, 1986 September
  Oversize Folder 3 Bang! Poster, 1986 September
  Oversize Folder 9 Bang! Art board, 1986 September
Box 11 Folder 23 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Austin Pendleton, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula; with Robert Breuler. Flyers, 1986 November 21
Box 11 Folder 24 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Press release, 1986 November
Box 11 Folder 25 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Programs, 1986 November
Box 11 Folder 26 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Reviews and clippings, 1986 November
Box 78   Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Photoboards (6), 1986 November
Box 79 Folder 6 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Oversize photograph (3), 1986 November
  Oversize Folder 3 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Poster, 1986 November
  Oversize Folder 9 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Art boards, 1986 November
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 39, Folder 3: Script
Box 11 Folder 27 Murder in Green Meadows by Douglas Post. Presented as part of the 1986 Playwright's Festival by WMAQ.  Directed by Roger Lee Miller. Promotional material, 1986
Box 11 Folder 28 Murder in Green Meadows Reviews and clippings, 1986
Box 11 Folder 29 Lydie Breeze by John Guare. Seymour Centre, Sydney and Perth Festival, Australia; with Yvonne Suhor. Correspondence, 1987 January-February
Box 11 Folder 30 Lydie Breeze. Programs, 1987 January-February
Box 11 Folder 31 Lydie Breeze. Promotional material, 1987 January-February
Box 11 Folder 32 Lydie Breeze. Reviews and clippings, 1987 January-February
Box 71 Folder 15 Lydie Breeze. Photograph (1), 1987 January-February
Box 12 Folder 1 Educating Rita by Willy Russell. Directed by Jeff Perry, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, original music by Ray Leslee. Flyers, 1987 March
Box 12 Folder 2 Educating Rita. Press release, 1987 March
Box 12 Folder 3 Educating Rita. Programs, 1987 March
Box 12 Folder 4 Educating Rita. Reviews and clippings, 1987 March
Box 78   Educating Rita. Photoboards (4), 1987 March
Box 79 Folder 7 Educating Rita. Oversize photoboard (1), 1987
Box 80 Folder 5 Educating Rita. Art boards, 1987
  Oversize Folder 9 Educating Rita. Art board, 1987
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.87

Educating Rita by Willy Russell. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jeff Perry, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Austin Pendleton and Laurie Metcalf. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1987 March 19

    See also: Artistic Files, Box 39, Folder 4: Notes
Box 12 Folder 5 A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard. Directed by Julie Hebert, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, musician Mike “Lightnin” Wells, with Laurel Cronin, Amy Morton and Mark Petrakis. Flyers, 1987 April 3
Box 12 Folder 6 A Lie of the Mind. Press release, 1987
Box 12 Folder 7 A Lie of the Mind. Programs, 1987
Box 12 Folder 8 A Lie of the Mind. Reviews and clippings, 1987
Box 78   A Lie of the Mind. Photoboards (9), 1987
Box 80 Folder 5 A Lie of the Mind. Art board, 1987
Box 12 Folder 9 Educating Rita by Willy Russell. Westside Arts Theatre, New York City. Reviews and clippings, 1987 May
Box 12 Folder 10 Aunt Dan and Lemon by Wallace Shawn. Directed by Frank Galati, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula. Correspondence, 1987 June 5
Box 12 Folder 11 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Flyers and invitations, 1987 June
Box 12 Folder 12 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Press releases, 1987
Box 12 Folder 13 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Programs, 1987 June
Box 12 Folder 14 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Reviews and clippings, 1987
Box 78   Aunt Dan and Lemon. Photoboards (8), 1987
Box 79 Folder 8 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Oversize photoboard (2), 1987
Box 80 Folder 5 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Art board, 1987
  Oversize Folder 3 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Poster, 1987 June
  Oversize Folder 9 Aunt Dan and Lemon. Art boards, 1987
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 39, Folder 5: Contact sheet
1987-1988 Season
Box 12 Folder 15 General Season. Brochures and clippings, 1987
Box 12 Folder 16 General Season. Storm King Retreat: promotional materials and clippings, 1987
  Oversize Folder 10 General Season. Art boards, 1987
Box 12 Folder 17 Burn This by Lanford Wilson. Directed by Marshall Mason, sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Laura Crow, lights by Dennis Parichy, music by Peter Kater, fight sequences by Randy Kovitz; with Jonathan Hogan and Lou Liberatore. Press releases, 1987 September 13
Box 12 Folder 18 Burn This. Programs, 1987 September
Box 12 Folder 19 Burn This. Reviews and clippings, 1987 September
Box 79 Folder 9 Burn This. Oversize photograph (1), 1987 September
Box 80 Folder 5 Burn This. Art board, 1987
  Oversize Folder 3 Burn This. Poster, 1987
  Oversize Folder 9 Burn This. Art boards, 1987
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 39, Folder 7: Script
Box 12 Folder 20 Little Egypt by Lynn Siefert. Directed by Jeff Perry, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Renee Liepins, music by Ray Leslee. Flyers and program, 1987 September 23
Box 12 Folder 21 Little Egypt. Press releases, 1987
Box 12 Folder 22 Little Egypt. Reviews and clippings, 1987 September
Box 80 Folder 5 Little Egypt. Art board, 1987
  Oversize Folder 3 Little Egypt. Poster, 1987
  Oversize Folder 9 Little Egypt. Art boards, 1987
    See also: Artistic Files, Box 39, Folder 6: Script
Box 12 Folder 23 Burn This by Lanford Wilson. Plymouth Theatre, New York City. Reviews and clippings, 1987
Box 12 Folder 24 Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin. Directed by Frank Galati, sets, lights and costumes by Kevin Rigdon; with Gerry Becker. Correspondence, 1987 December
Box 12 Folder 25 Born Yesterday. Flyers, 1987 December
Box 12 Folder 26 Born Yesterday. Press release, 1987 December
Box 12 Folder 27 Born Yesterday. Program, 1987 December
Box 12 Folder 28 Born Yesterday. Reviews and clippings, 1987 December
Box 80 Folder 5 Born Yesterday. Art boards, 1987
  Oversize Folder 9 Born Yesterday. Art boards, 1987
Box 12 Folder 29 The Common Pursuit by Simon Gray. Directed by Rondi Reed, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley; with Gerry Becker, Tim Hopper, and Jim True. Programs and press releases, 1988 March
Box 71 Folder 16 The Common Pursuit. Photograph (1), 1988 March
Box 80 Folder 5 The Common Pursuit. Art board, 1988
  Oversize Folder 9 The Common Pursuit. Art boards, 1988
Box 12 Folder 30 Killers by John Olive. Directed by Randall Arney, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley. Program, 1988 June
  Oversize Folder 9 Killers. Art boards, 1988
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.88

Killers by John Olive. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Robert Breuler, Nathan Davis, Jim True, Ted Levine and Laurie Metcalf. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 June

Box 12 Folder 31 Orphans by Lyle Kessler. Lorimar Telepictures Company production. Directed by Alan J. Pakula. Promotional material, 1987
Box 12 Folder 32 Miles from Home by Chris Gerolamo. Warner Brothers production. Directed by Gary Sinise. Reviews and clippings, 1988
Box 12 Folder 33 Miles from Home Box cover from videotape (1989 purchase), 1988
1988-1989 Season
Box 13 Folder 1 General Season. Promotional material, 1988
Box 13 Folder 2 The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, adapted by Frank Galati. Directed by Frank Galati, sets and lights designed by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kevin Rigdon and Erin Quigley, sound by Rob Milburn, original music by Michael Smith. Programs, 1988 September-October
Box 71 Folder 17 The Grapes of Wrath. Photographs (4), negative, 1988 September-October
  Oversize Folder 3 The Grapes of Wrath. Poster, 1988 September-October
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.21, 1.89

The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kevin Rigdon and Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Tom Irwin, Cheryl Lynn Bruce, Terry Kinney, Gary Sinise, Michael Smith, Alan Wilder, Howard Elfman, Eric Simonson, Keith Byron-Kirk, Terrance MacNamara, Skipp Sudduth, Robert Breuler, Lois Smith, Lucina Paquet, Nathan Davis, Dana Lubotsky, Christian Robinson, John C. Reilly, James Noah, Yvonne Suhor, Jim True and Tim Hopper. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1988 October 14

The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, adapted and directed by Frank Galati. Steppenwolf, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kevin Rigdon and Erin Quigley, with Tom Irwin, Cheryl Lynn Bruce, Terry Kinney, Gary Sinise, Michael Smith, Alan Wilder, Howard Elfman, Eric Simonson, Keith Byron-Kirk, Terrance MacNamara, Skipp Sudduth, Robert Breuler, Lois Smith, Lucina Paquet, Nathan Davis, Dana Lubotsky, Christian Robinson, John C. Reilly, James Noah, Yvonne Suhor, Jim True, Tim Hopper, Louise Freistadt, Tonia Jackson, Theodore Schulz, Rick Snyder, Paul G. Scherrer, Jim Donovan, P.J. Brown, Ron Crawford, Nancy Lollar, Ramsay Midwood, Elsa Wenzel, Rondi Reed, Elizabeth K. Austin, Darryl D. Davis and Relioues DeVar. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1988 October 6

Box 13 Folder 3 Steppin' Out by Richard Harris. Directed by Rondi Reed, sets and lights by Robert Christen, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Richard Woodbury. Programs, 1988 November-December
  Oversize Folder 11 Steppin’ Out. Art boards, 1988
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.43

Stepping Out by Richard Harris. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Rondi Reed, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Shannon Cochran, Ann Stevenson Whitney, Jenny Bacon, Dolores Noah, Linda Stephens, Celeste Lynch, Francis Guinan, Carlton Miller, Irma P. Hall and Deanna Dunagan. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1988 December 28

Box 13 Folder 4 A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing. Directed by Randall Arney, sets by Tim Oien, lighting by Robert Christen, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Richard Woodbury. Programs, 1989 January-March 19
Box 13 Folder 5 A Walk in the Woods. Reviews and clippings, 1989 January-March
  Oversize Folder 4 A Walk in the Woods. Set design, 1989
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.44

A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Tim H. Oien, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Robert Christen, with Robert Breuler and Rick Snyder. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 February

Box 13 Folder 6 Ring 'Round the Moon by Jean Anouilh. Directed by Rondi Reed, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Rob Milburn, original music by Rob Milburn and Miriam Sturm. Program, press release, 1989 April-May 28
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.47

Ring Round the Moon by Jean Anouilh. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Rondi Reed, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Edgar Meyer, Tim Hopper, Johanna McKay, Joan Schwenk, Kevin Crowley, Vera Ward, Laurie V. Logan, Clive Rosengren, Gerry Becker, Sarah Long and Linda Stephens. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 April

Box 13 Folder 7 El Salvador by Rafael Lima. Program, review, 1989 July
  Oversize Folder 11 El Salvador. Art boards, 1989
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.49

El Salvador by Rafael Lima. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Francis Guinan, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Ed Wilkerson, Mike Nussbaum, Tim Hopper, Will Zahrn, Kevin J. O’Connor, Ted Levine and Doreen Calderon. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 June 29

1989-1990 Season
Box 13 Folder 8 General season. Press release and flyer, 1989
Box 13 Folder 9 General season. “Steppenwolf News” (newsletter), 1989-1990
Box 13 Folder 10 The Homecoming by Harold Pinter.  September 24-November 19, 1989. Directed by Jeff Perry, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley. Program, reviews and clippings, 1989 September 24-November 19
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.55, 1.90

The Homecoming by Harold Pinter. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jeff Perry, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Tom Irwin, Alan Wilder, Rick Snyder, Jim True, Randall Arney and Moira Harris. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 September 24

The Homecoming by Harold Pinter. Steppenwolf, directed by Jeff Perry, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, with Tom Erwin, Alan Wilder, Rick Snyder, Jim True, Randall Arney and Moira Harris. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1989 September-November

Box 13 Folder 11 The Geography of Luck by Marlane Meyer. Directed by Randall Arney, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Richard Woodbury. Press releases, promotional material, 1989 December 10-1990 February 4
Box 13 Folder 12 The Geography of Luck Programs, review, 1989 December-1990 February
Box 72 Folder 1 The Geography of Luck. Photographs (5), 1989 December-1990 February
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.56

The Geography of Luck by Marlane Meyer. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with James Noah, Jim True, David Cromer, Robert Brueler, Alan Wilder, Shannon Cochran, Amy Morton and Mariann Mayberry. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color) 1990 January 30

Box 13 Folder 13 Reckless by Craig Lucas. Directed by Terry Kinney, settings and lights designed by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham, sound by Richard Woodbury. Programs, press release, 1990 February18-April 22
Box 13 Folder 14 Reckless. Reviews and clippings, 1990 February-April
Box 72 Folder 2 Reckless. Photographs (2), 1990 February-April
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.91

Reckless by Craig Lucas. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Joan Allen, Michael Krawic, Boyd Gaines, Susan Nussbaum, Alan Wilder, Jane Lynch and Molly Regan. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 April 19

Box 13 Folder 15 Love Letters by A.R. Gurney. Directed by Randall Arney and Stephen Eich, production designed by Kevin Rigdon. Press release, 1990 May 2-September
Box 13 Folder 16 Love Letters. Programs, with Tom Irwin and Laurie Metcalf, and Austin Pendleton and Molly Regan, 1990 May
Box 13 Folder 17 Love Letters. Programs, with Joan Allen and Boyd Gaines, Rick Snyder and Rondi Reed, and Edward Herrmann and Rondi Reed, 1990 August
Box 13 Folder 18 Love Letters. Program, with Rick Snyder and Kate Nelligan, 1990 September
Box 13 Folder 19 Love Letters. Reviews and clippings, 1990 May-September
Box 72 Folder 3 Love Letters. Photographs (2), 1990
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.57 (with Tom Irwin and Laurie Metcalf)

Love Letters by A.R. Gurney. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney and Stephen B. Eich, production design by Kevin Rigdon, with Austin Pendleton and Molly Regan. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 May 19

Box 13 Folder 20 Wrong Turn at Lungfish by Garry Marshall and Lowell Ganz. Directed by Garry Marshall. Press release, 1990 June 17-September 2
Box 13 Folder 21 Wrong Turn at Lungfish. Programs, 1990 June-September
Box 13 Folder 22 Wrong Turn at Lungfish. Reviews and clippings, 1990 June-September
Box 72 Folder 4 Wrong Turn at Lungfish. Photographs (4), 1990 June-September
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.58

Wrong Turn at Lungfish by Garry Marshall and Lowell Ganz. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Garry Marshall, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with John Mahoney, Mariann Mayberry, Ally Sheedy and Tim Hopper. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990 July 29

1990-1991 Season
Box 14 Folder 1 General Season. Press releases, promotional material, clippings, 1990
  Oversize Folder 3 General Season. Poster, the fifteenth season, 1990-1991
Box 14 Folder 2 The Secret Rapture by David Hare. Directed by Eric Simonson, sets designed by Linda Buchanan, lights by Peter Gottlieb, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound designed by Rob Milburn. Press releases, promotional material, 1990 September 23-November 18
Box 14 Folder 3 The Secret Rapture. Programs, 1990 September-November
Box 14 Folder 4 The Secret Rapture. Reviews and clippings, 1990 September-November
Box 72 Folder 5 The Secret Rapture. Photographs (3), 1990 September-November
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.59

The Secret Rapture by David Hare. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Linda Buchanan, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Peter Gottlieb, with Linda Emond, Rondi Reed, Patrick Clear, Barbara Robertson, Jeffrey Hutchinson and Kathleen O’Grady. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1990

Box 14 Folder 5 Harvey by Mary Chase. Directed by Austin Pendleton, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Rob Milburn. Press releases, promotional material, 1990 December 9-1991 February 24
Box 14 Folder 6 Harvey. Programs, 1990 December-1991 February
Box 14 Folder 7 Harvey. Reviews and clippings, 1990 December-February
Box 72 Folder 6 Harvey. Photographs (3), 1990 December-1991 February
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.60

Harvey by Mary Chase. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Austin Pendleton, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Sally Murphy, Rondi Reed, Randall Arney, Christine Ashe, Peggy Roeder, Linda Emond, John Gegenhuber, Jeffrey Hutchinson, Robert Breuler, Marge Kotlisky, Del Close and Patrick Clear. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 January-February

Box 14 Folder 8 Another Time by Ronald Harwood. Directed by Ronald Harwood, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, and sound by Rob Milburn and Richard Woodbury; featuring Albert Finney. Programs, press releases, 1991 April 14-May 19
Box 14 Folder 9 Another Time. Reviews and clippings, 1991 April-May
Box 72 Folder 7 Another Time. Photographs (2), 1991 April-May
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.61

Another Time by Ronald Harwood. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Ronald Harwood, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Albert Finney, Andrew White, Rondi Reed, Molly Regan, Terry Kinney, Peggy Roeder and James Irwin. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 April-May

Box 14 Folder 10 Curse of the Starving Class by Sam Shepard. Directed by Randall Arney, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Richard Woodbury. Press releases, promotional material, 1991 June 9-July 14
Box 14 Folder 11 Curse of the Starving Class. Programs, 1991 June-July
Box 14 Folder 12 Curse of the Starving Class. Reviews and clippings, 1991 June July
Box 72 Folder 8 Curse of the Starving Class. Photographs (3), 1991 June-July
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.62

Curse of the Starving Class by Sam Shepard. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Jim True, Moira Harris, Kathryn Erbe, Alan Wilder, Robert Breuler, Rick Synder and Afram Bill Williams. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991

Box 14 Folder 13 Earthly Possessions by Ann Tyler. Adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets by Kevin Rigdon, lights by Robert Christen, sound design and music compositions by Rob Milburn, costumes by Erin Quigley. Press releases, promotional material, 1991 August 4-September 8
Box 14 Folder 14 Earthly Possessions. Programs, 1991 August-September
Box 14 Folder 15 Earthly Possessions. Reviews and clippings, 1991 August-September
Box 72 Folder 9 Earthly Possessions. Photographs (2), 1991 August-September
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.63 and 1.92

Earthly Possessions by Anne Tyler. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Robert Christen, with Molly Regan, Joan Allen, Kimberly Dal Santo, Kevin Anderson, Alan Wilder, Ellen Beckerman, Rondi Reed, Peggy Roeder, Rick Snyder, Randall Arney and Sally Murphy. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1991 [2 copies]

1990-1991 Season, Second Stage
Box 14 Folder 16 Tennessee by Romulus Linney and Bite the Hand by Ara Watson. Directed by Jim True, sets by Ed Burgess, lighting by Ben Solotaire, costumes by Melanie Parks, sound by Robert Schoellhorn, music by L.J. Slavin. Reviews, 1991 January 9-February 19
1991-1992 Season
Box 14 Folder 17 General Season. Press release, promotional material, 1991
Box 14 Folder 18 Your Home in the West by Rod Wooden. Directed by Tom Irwin, sets and lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Richard Woodbury. Press release, promotional material, 1991 October 6-November 10
Box 14 Folder 19 Your Home in the West. Programs, 1991 October-November
Box 14 Folder 20 Your Home in the West. Reviews and clippings, 1991 October-November
Box 72 Folder 10 Your Home in the West. Photographs (4), 1991 October-November
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.64

Your Home in the West by Rod Wooden. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tom Irwin, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Rondi Reed, Ted Levine, Melissa Orban, Estelle Parsons, Andrew Leman, Tim Hopper and Shannon Cochran. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color) 1991 October-November

Box 14 Folder 21 A Summer Remembered by Charles Nolte. Directed by Stephen Eich, sets by Michael Merritt, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, sound by Richard Woodbury; featuring Gary Cole. Press release, promotional material, 1991 December 8-1992 January 19
Box 14 Folder 22 A Summer Remembered. Programs, 1991 December-1992 January
Box 14 Folder 23 A Summer Remembered. Reviews and clippings, 1991 December-1992 January
Box 72 Folder 11 A Summer Remembered. Photographs (4), 1991 December-1992 January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.65 [copy 1] and 1.93 [copy 2]

A Summer Remembered by Charles Nolte. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Stephen Eich, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Kevin Rigdon with Robert Breuler, Lucina Paquet, Thomas Carroll, Barbara Robertson, Gary Cole, Scott Benjaminson, Todd Spicer, Amy Love, Anne Tremko, Diane Houghton, Martha Lavey, Jim True and Kara Zediker. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1991 December-1992 January [2 copies]

Box 14 Folder 24 A Slip of the Tongue by Dusty Hughes. Directed by Simon Stokes, sets by Thomas Lynch, lights by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch, and sound by Richard Woodbury. Press release, promotional material, 1992 February 9-March 22
Box 14 Folder 25 A Slip of the Tongue. Programs, 1992 February-March
Box 14 Folder 26 A Slip of the Tongue. Reviews and clippings, 1992 February-March
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.66

A Slip of the Tongue by Dusty Hughes. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Simon Stokes, sets by Thomas Lynch, costumes by Kaye Nottbusch, lights by Kevin Rigdon with John Malkovich, Clotilde Courau, Lizzy McInnerny, Kara Zediker and Ingeborga Dapkunaite. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 March 18

Box 14 Folder 27 The Song of Jacob Zulu by Tug Yourgrau. Directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Kevin Rigdon, lighting by Robert Christen, costumes by Erin Quigley; featuring Ladysmith Black Mombazo. Press release, promotional material, 1992 April 1-May 24
Box 14 Folder 28 The Song of Jacob Zulu. Programs, 1992 April-May
Box 14 Folder 29 The Song of Jacob Zulu. Reviews and clippings, 1992 April -May
Box 72 Folder 12 The Song of Jacob Zulu. Photographs (3), 1992 April-May
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.67

The Song of Jacob Zulu by Tug Yourgrau. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Robert Christen, with Pat Bowie, Robert Breuler, Patrick Clear, David Connelly, Leelai Demoz, Deanna Dunagan, K. Todd Freeman, Erika L. Heard, Danny Johnson, John Mahoney, Gary De Witt Marshall, Zakes Mokae, Tania Richard, Alan Wilder, Nicholas Cross Wodtke and Cedric Young. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 April-May

Box 14 Folder 30 My Thing of Love by Alexandra Gersten. Directed by Terry Kinney, scenic design by Michael Merritt, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, music by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound by Rob Milburn. Press release, promotional material, 1992 July 12-August 23
Box 14 Folder 31 My Thing of Love. Programs, 1992 July-August
Box 14 Folder 32 My Thing of Love. Reviews and clippings, 1992 July-August
Box 72 Folder 13 My Thing of Love. Photographs (3), 1992 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.94

My Thing of Love by Alexandra Gersten. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Michael Merritt, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Laurie Metcalf, Tom Irwin, Kathryn Erbe, Tim Hopper, Kira Spencer Hesser, Zoe Perry, Elizabeth Armstrong and Logan Hutt. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 August 12

1991-1992 Season, Late Night
Box 14 Folder 33 Words and Music, a late night poetry concert featuring Jim True. Review, 1991 December
1991-1992 Season, Student Series
Box 14 Folder 34 A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller. Directed by B.J. Jones, sets designed by Daniel Jackson, costumes by Caryn Weglarz, lighting by Robert McGarvie, sound by Rick Peeples. Program, 1991 October 22-November 8
Box 14 Folder 34a Master Harold and the Boys by Athol Fugard. Program, 1992 February 25-March 13
Box 14 Folder 35 Celebrating the Life of Headmaster Shabalala. Program, 1992 May 18
1992-1993 Season
Box 15 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 1992
Box 15 Folder 2 General season. “Act One” (newsletter), 1992-1993
Box 15 Folder 3 Awake and Sing by Clifford Odets. Directed by Sheldon Patinkin, set design by Michael Merritt and Kurt Sharp, lighting design by Robert Shook, sound by Rob Milburn, costumes by Frances Maggio.  Dedicated to the memory of Michael Merritt. Press release, promotional material, 1992 September 20-November 1
Box 15 Folder 4 Awake and Sing. Programs, 1992 September-November
Box 15 Folder 5 Awake and Sing. Reviews and clippings, 1992 September-November
Box 72 Folder 14 Awake and Sing. Photographs (3), 1992 September-November
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.96

Awake and Sing! by Clifford Odets. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Sheldon Patinkin, sets by Michael Merritt and Kurt Sharp, costumes by Frances Maggio, lights by Robert Shook, with Francis Guinan, Barbara Robertson, Nathan Davis, Rengin Altay, Jeffrey Lieber, Robert Breuler, Jeff Perry, Alan Wilder and David Alan Novak. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 October 28

Box 15 Folder 6 Inspecting Carol by Daniel Sullivan and the Seattle Repertory Theatre Resident Company. Directed by Eric Simonson, set design by Peter Hartwell, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, costume design by Karin Kopischke, sound by Richard Woodbury. Press release, promotional material, 1992 December 6-1993 January 24
Box 15 Folder 7 Inspecting Carol. Programs, 1992 December-1993 January
Box 15 Folder 8 Inspecting Carol. Reviews and clippings, 1992 December-1993 January
Box 72 Folder 15 Inspecting Carol. Photographs (4), 1992 December-1993 January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.95

Inspecting Carol by Daniel Sullivan and Seattle Repertory Theatre Resident Company. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Peter Hartwell, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Joey Ascaridis, Gerry Becker, Robert Breuler, Shannon Cochran, Deanna Dunagan, Jane Lynch, David Alan Novak, Austin Pendleton, Darryl Alan Reed, Gene Weygandt, Ann Whitney and Alan Wilder. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 January 13

Box 15 Folder 9 The Road to Nirvana by Arthur Kopit. Directed by Gary Sinise, sets by John Arnone, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, costumes by Erin Quigley, sound design and original music composed by Richard Woodbury, choreography by Frank Chaves. Programs, 1993 March 7-April 18
Box 15 Folder 9a The Road to Nirvana. Press release and promotional material, 1993 March-April
Box 15 Folder 10 The Road to Nirvana. Reviews and clippings, 1993 March-April
Box 72 Folder 16 The Road to Nirvana. Photographs (5), 1993 March-April
Box 15 Folder 11 Ghost in the Machine by David Gilman. Directed by Jim True, sets by Kevin Rigdon, lighting by Christine Solger, sound by Eric Huffman, video design by Jenny Sioux Hopkins, costume design by Allison Reeds. Press release, promotional material, 1993 May 16-June 27
Box 15 Folder 12 Ghost in the Machine. Programs, 1993 May-June
Box 15 Folder 13 Ghost in the Machine. Reviews and clippings, 1993 May-June
Box 72 Folder 17 Ghost in the Machine. Photographs (4), 1993 May-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.97

Ghost in the Machine by David Gilman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jim True, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Christine A. Solger, with Randall Arney, Martha Lavey, Rick Snyder, Mariann Mayberry, Del Close and Even Chen. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 May

Box 15 Folder 14 Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman. Directed by Randall Arney, set design by Kevin Rigdon, lighting design by Howard Werner, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, sound by Richard Woodbury; featuring Gary Cole, John Mahoney and Rondi Reed. Press release, promotional material, 1993 July 18-August 29
Box 15 Folder 15 Death and the Maiden. Programs, 1993 July-August
Box 15 Folder 16 Death and the Maiden. Reviews and clippings, 1993 July-August
Box 72 Folder 18 Death and the Maiden. Photographs (4), 1993 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.98

Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Howard Werner, with Rondi Reed, Gary Cole and John Mahoney. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1993 August

1993-1994 Season
Box 15 Folder 17 General season. Press releases, promotional material, 1993
Box 15 Folder 18 General season. “Act One” (newsletter), 1993-1994
Box 15 Folder 19 Evelyn and the Polka King by John Olive, music by Carl Finch and Bob Lucas. Directed by Eric Simonson, musical direction by William Schwarz, musical arrangement by Kurt Bjorling, set and lighting design by Kevin Rigdon, sound by Rob Milburn and Richard Woodbury, choreography by Jan Bartoszek, costume design by Karin Kopischke; featuring the Vibra-Tones. Press release, promotional material, 1993 September 26-October 31
Box 15 Folder 20 Evelyn and the Polka King. Programs, 1993 September-October
Box 15 Folder 21 Evelyn and the Polka King. Reviews and clippings, 1993 September-October
Box 72 Folder 19 Evelyn and the Polka King. Photographs (4), 1993 September-October
Box 15 Folder 22 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice by Jim Cartwright. Directed by Simon Curtis, sets by Thomas Lynch, costumes by Allison Reeds, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, sound design by Rob Milburn, musical direction by June Shellene; featuring Hynden Walch as “Little Voice.” Press release, promotional material, 1993 December 12-1994 January 30
Box 15 Folder 23 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Programs, 1993 December-1994 January
Box 15 Folder 24 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Reviews and clippings, 1993 December-1994 January
Box 72 Folder 20 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Photographs (4), 1993 December-1994 January
Box 15 Folder 25 The Mesmerist by Ara Watson. Directed by Jim True.  Scenic design by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lighting design by Howard Werner, sound by Richard Woodbury. Press release, promotional material, 1994 February 27-April 3
Box 15 Folder 26 The Mesmerist. Programs, 1994 February-April
Box 15 Folder 27 The Mesmerist. Reviews and clippings, 1994 February-April
Box 72 Folder 21 The Mesmerist. Photographs (3), 1994 February-April
Box 15 Folder 28 Libra by Don DeLillo. Adapted for the stage and directed by John Malkovich, sets by David Gropman, costume design by Erin Quigley, video/media design by John Boesche, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, sound by Richard Woodbury. Press release, promotional material, 1994 May 15-June 26
Box 15 Folder 29 Libra. Programs, 1994 May-June
Box 15 Folder 30 Libra. Reviews and clippings, 1994 May-June
Box 72 Folder 22 Libra. Photographs (3), 1994 May-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.99

Libra based on the novel by Don DeLillo. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by John Malkovich, sets by David Gropman, costumes by Erin Quigley, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Alexis Arquette, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, K. Todd Freeman, Laurie Metcalf, Ron Perkins, Ned Schmidtke, Rick Snyder, Craig Spidle and Meredith Zinner. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1994 June 22

Box 15 Folder 31 Talking Heads by Alan Bennett. Directed by John Mahoney, scenic design by Linda Buchanan, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lighting by Kevin Rigdon; featuring Martha Lavey, Estelle Parsons and Alan Wilder. Press release, promotional material, 1994 July 17-August 21
Box 15 Folder 32 Talking Heads. Programs, 1994 July-August
Box 15 Folder 33 Talking Heads. Reviews and clippings, 1994 July-August
Box 72 Folder 23 Talking Heads. Photograph (1), 1994 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.102

Talking Heads by Alan Bennett. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by John Mahoney, sets by Linda Buchanan, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Estelle Parsons, Martha Lavey and Alan Wilder. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1994 August 18

1993-1994 Season, Studio
Box 15 Folder 34 Picasso at the Lapine Agile by Steve Martin. Directed by Randall Arney, sets by Scott Bradley, costumes by Allison Reeds, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, sound design by Richard Woodbury. Press release, promotional material, 1993 October-November
Box 15 Folder 35 Picasso at the Lapine Agile. Programs, 1993 October-November
Box 15 Folder 36 Picasso at the Lapine Agile. Reviews and clippings, 1993 October-November
Box 15 Folder 37 Picasso at the Lapine Agile. Program, promotional material for Spring engagement on the Mainstage, 1994 March 29-April 16
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.100

Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Scott Bradley, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Tracy Letts, Nathan Davis, Rondi Reed, Jeff Perry, Paula Korologos, Robert Breuler, Tim Hopper, Troy West and Travis Morris. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1992 November 17

Box 15 Folder 38 The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, adapted by Heidi Stillman. Presented by the Lookingglass Theatre Company. Directed  by David Catlin and Heidi Stillman, costumes designed by Allison Reeds, sound by Eric Huffman, sets designed by Michael Lapthorn, lighting by John Musial. Press releases, 1994 March 12-April 23
Box 15 Folder 39 Slavs! By Tony Kushner. Directed by Eric Simonson. Set design by Scott Bradley, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, sound design and original music by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Programs, reviews and clippings, 1994 June-July
Box 15 Folder 40 Slavs! Promotional material, 1994 June-July
Box 72 Folder 25 Slavs! Photographs (4), 1994 June-July
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.101

Slavs! by Tony Kushner. Steppenwolf, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Scott Bradley, costumes by Kärin Kopischke, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Bernie Landis, Jim Mohr, Nathan Davis, Dick Cusack, William J. Norris, Mariann Mayberry, Amy Morton, Martha Lavey and Heather Marie Johnson. Video recording of a live performance (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1994 June 30

1993-1994 Special
Box 15 Folder 41 Pudd’nhead Wilson by Mark Twain, adapted and with original music and lyrics by Meryl Friedman.  Special presentation of the Educational Outreach Program’s production.  Directed by [Meryl Friedman], musical direction by Douglas Wood, set design by Rebecca Hamlin, lighting by Shannon McKinney, costume design by Margaret Morettini. Press release, 1994 June 4-25
1994-1995 Season
Box 16 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 1994
Box 16 Folder 2 A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. Directed by Terry Kinney, set design by Robert Brill, sound by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn, video and media design by John Boesche, lighting design by Kevin Rigdon, musical concept and direction by Willy Schwarz, costume design by Laura Cunningham, fight direction by Robin H. McFarquhar, percussion design by William Wallace. Press releases, promotional material, 1994 September 25-October 1994
Box 16 Folder 3 A Clockwork Orange. Programs, 1994 September-October
Box 16 Folder 4 A Clockwork Orange. Reviews and clippings, 1994 September-October
Box 73 Folder 1 A Clockwork Orange. Photographs (3), 1994 September-October
Box 16 Folder 5 Playland by Athol Fugard.  December 4, 1994-January 22, 1995.  Directed by Jonathan Wilson, scenic design by Kevin Rigdon, sound design by Richard Woodbury, lighting by Howard Werner, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins; featuring Gary Cole. Press releases, promotional material
Box 16 Folder 6 Playland by Athol Fugard.  December 4, 1994-January 22, 1995.  Directed by Jonathan Wilson, scenic design by Kevin Rigdon, sound design by Richard Woodbury, lighting by Howard Werner, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins; featuring Gary Cole. Programs, review
Box 73 Folder 2 Playland. Photographs (2), 1994 December 4-1995 January 22
Box 16 Folder 7 Time of My Life by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by Michael Maggio, scenic design by Linda Buchanan, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, sound design by Richard Woodbury, costume design by Nan Cibula-Jenkins. Press releases, promotional material. 1995 February 12-March 19
Box 16 Folder 8 Time of My Life. Programs, reviews and clippings, 1995 February-March
Box 73 Folder 3 Time of My Life. Photographs (4), 1995 February-March
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.103

Time of my Life by Alan Ayckbourn. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Michael Maggio, sets by Linda Buchanan, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Robert Breuler, Molly Regan, Neil Flynn, Ian Barford, Martha Lavey, Mariann Mayberry and David Alan Novak Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1995 February-March

Box 16 Folder 9 Nomathemba, book and lyrics by Ntozake Shange, Joseph Shabalala and Eric Simonson, based on a song by Joseph Shabalala. Music by Joseph Shabalala, directed by Eric Simonson, set design by Loy Arcenas, sound by Rob Milburn, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, costume design by Karin Kopischke, choreography by Joseph Shabalala. Press releases, promotional materials, 1995 April 9-May 21
Box 16 Folder 10 Nomathemba, Programs, 1995 April-May
Box 73 Folder 4 Nomanthemba. Photographs (3), 1995 April-May
Box 16 Folder 11 As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner. Adapted and directed by Frank Galati, set and costume design by John Paoletti, lighting by James F. Ingalls, sound design by Rob Milburn. Press releases, promotional material, 1995 July 9-August 13
Box 16 Folder 12 As I Lay Dying. Programs, 1995 July-August
Box 16 Folder 13 As I Lay Dying. Reviews and clippings, 1995 July-August
Box 73 Folder 5 As I Lay Dying. Photographs (3), 1995 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.104

As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Frank Galati, sets and costumes by John Paoletti, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Cynthia Baker, Ian Barford, Christopher Bauer, Robert Breuler, Dana Eskelson, Neil Flynn, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Pat Healy, Steve Key, Jay Kiecolt-Wahl, Mariann Mayberry, Bill McGough, Nick Offerman, Jeff Perry, Robert Radkoff-Ek, Michael Sassone, Craig Spidle, Heidi Stillman, Marc Vann and Will Zahrn. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1995 July-August

1994-1995 Season, Studio
Box 16 Folder 14 Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants. Directed by David Mamet, set design by Kevin Rigdon, lighting by Jules Fisher. Press release, review, 1995 January 20-February 11
Box 16 Folder 15 A Certain Level of Denial, written and performed by Karen Finley. Review, 1995 April
Box 16 Folder 16 Uncle Bob by Austin Pendleton. Directed by Kelly Morgan, sets by Jeffrey Pajer, costume design by Paul Godsey, lighting by Christine Solger, sound design by Carmen Borgia. Program, press release, review, 1995 June 18-July 16
Box 73 Folder 6 Uncle Bob. Photographs (3), 1995 June-July
1994-1995 Season, New Plays Lab
Box 16 Folder 17 General season. Promotional material, 1994
1995-1996 Season
Box 16 Folder 18 General season. Promotional material, clipping, 1995
Box 16 Folder 19 General season. “Mainstage” (newsletter), 1995-1996
Box 16 Folder 20 Buried Child by Sam Shepard. Directed by Gary Sinise, set design by Robert Brill, sound design by Rob Milburn, costumes by Allison Reeds; featuring Ethan Hawke. Press releases, promotional material, 1995 October-November
Box 16 Folder 21 Buried Child. Programs, 1995 October-November
Box 16 Folder 22 Buried Child. Reviews and clippings, 1995 October-November
Box 73 Folder 7 Buried Child. Photographs (4), 1995 October-November
Box 16 Folder 23 Everyman: A Moral Play. Directed by Frank Galati, musical direction by Edward Zelnis, set and costume design by John Paoletti, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, choreography by Kenny Ingram; featuring the Windy City Gay Chorus. Press releases, promotional material, 1995 December 3-1996 January 4
Box 16 Folder 24 Everyman: A Moral Play. Programs, 1995 December-1996 January
Box 16 Folder 25 Everyman: A Moral Play. Reviews and clippings, 1995 December-1996 January
Box 73 Folder 8 Everyman: A Moral Play. Photographs (4), 1995 December-1996 January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.105

Everyman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Frank Galati, music director Edward Zelnis, sets and costumes by John Paoletti, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Cheryl Lynn Bruce, Lou Ferguson, David Alan Novak, Jay Kiecolt-Wahl, Michael Sokol, Anthony Diaz-Perez, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Alan Wilder, Cecilia Saurez, Jane C. Cho, Ajay Naidu, Tania Richard, Mariann Mayberry, Kyle Hall, Johnny Lee Davenport, Michael Kachingwe and featuring the Windy City Gay Chorus. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1995 November-1996 January

Box 16 Folder 26 The Libertine by Stephen Jeffreys. Directed by Terry Johnson, sets by Derek McLane, sound design by Richard Woodbury, costume design by Virgil Johnson, fight direction by Robin McFarquhar, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, choreography by Béa Rashid. Press releases, promotional material, 1996 February 14-March 31
Box 16 Folder 27 The Libertine. Programs, 1996 February-March
Box 16 Folder 28 The Libertine. Reviews and clippings, 1996 February-March
Box 73 Folder 9 The Libertine. Photographs (6), 1996 February-March
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.106

The Libertine by Stephen Jeffreys. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Johnson, sets by Derek McLane, costumes by Virgil C. Johnson, lights by Kevin Rigdon with John Malkovich, Alan Wilder, Marc Vann, Steve Key, Mariann Mayberry, Lisa Nicholls, Ian Barford, Martha Plimpton, Si Osborne, Carole Gutierrez, Missi Pyle, Francis Guinan, Alan Wilder, Christopher Hainsworth and Pat Healy. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1996 February-April

Box 16 Folder 29 Supple in Combat by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros. Directed by Max Mayer, set design by Narelle Sissons, sound design by Michael Bodeen, costume design by Laura Cunningham, lighting by Kevin Rigdon. Press releases, promotional material, 1996 May 19-June 23
Box 16 Folder 30 Supple in Combat. Programs, 1996 May-June
Box 73 Folder 10 Supple in Combat. Photographs (5), 1996 May-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.107

Supple in Combat by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Max Mayer, sets by Narelle Sissons, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with John Mahoney, Martha Lavey, Ron Dean, Linda Stephens and David Alan Novak. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1996 June

Box 16 Folder 31 Molly Sweeney by Brian Friel. Directed by Kyle Donnelly, set design by Linda Buchanan, sound by Rob Milburn, costume design by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lighting by James F. Ingalls, choreography by Mark Howard. Press releases, promotional material, 1996 July 21-August 22
Box 16 Folder 32 Molly Sweeney. Programs, 1996 July-August
Box 73 Folder 11 Molly Sweeney. Photographs (4), 1996 July-August
1995-1996 Season, Studio
Box 16 Folder 33 General season. Promotional material, 1995
Box 16 Folder 34 Faith Healer by Brian Friel. Directed by J.R. Sullivan, sets and lights by Marshall Crawford, costume design by Patricia Hart. Press release, 1995 October 29-November 19
Box 16 Folder 35 The Cryptogram by David Mamet. Directed by Scott Zigler, set design by Kevin Snow, lighting design by Shannon McKinney, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld. Programs, promotional material, 1996 May 29-July 7
Box 16 Folder 36 The Cryptogram. Reviews and clippings, 1996 May-July
Box 73 Folder 12 The Cryptogram. Photographs (3), 1996 May-July
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.114

The Cryptogram by David Mamet. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Scott Zigler, sets by Kevin Snow, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Shannon McKinney, with Amy Morton, Marc Vann and Zaks Lubin. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1997 June-July

1995-1996 Season, Family Series
Box 16 Folder 37 The Crucible by Arthur Miller. Review, 1995 October-November
1995-1996 Season, Educational Outreach Program
Box 16 Folder 38 Crumbs from the Table of Joy by Lynn Nottage. Directed by Leslie Holland. Promotional material, 1996 March 5-30
1995-1996 Season. Benefits
Box 16 Folder 39 “Steppenwolf at the Movies with Siskel and Ebert.” Clipping, 1996 February 6
1996-1997 Season
Box 17 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 1996
Box 17 Folder 2 General season. “Mainstage” (newsletter), 1996-1997
Box 17 Folder 3 Slaughterhouse-5 by Kurt Vonnegut. Directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Neil Patel, costumes by Karin Simonson Kopischke, lighting design by Scott Zielinski, sound design and composition by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn, projection design by John Boesche, fight choreography by Nick Offerman. Press releases, promotional material, 1996 September 29-November 3
Box 17 Folder 4 Slaughterhouse-5. Programs, 1996 September-November
Box 17 Folder 5 Slaughterhouse-5. Reviews and clippings, 1996 September-November
Box 73 Folder 13 Slaughterhouse-5. Photographs (5), 1996 September-November
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.108

Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Neil Patel, costumes by Karin Simonson Kopischke, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Orion Barnes, Robert Breuler, Matt DeCaro, Matt Doherty, Deanna Dunagan, Raul E. Esparza, Tom Farnan, Nicholas Jay Friedman, Jeffrey Hutchinson, Romanos Isaac, Soseh Kevorkian, Rich Komenich, Phillip J. Lee, David New, Paul Pierro, David Perry, Jennifer Erin Roberts, Sharon Sachs, Gabriel Sigal, Chris Simpson, Rick Snyder, Chas Vrba and Will Zahrn. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1996 October-November

Box 17 Folder 6 Mojo by Jez Butterworth. Directed by Ian Rickson, scenic and costume design by Ultz, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, sound design and composition by Paul Arditti and Stephen Warbeck, fight choreography by Dexter Bullard. Press releases, promotional material, 1996 December 8-1997 January 19
Box 17 Folder 7 Mojo. Programs, reviews and clippings, 1996 December-1997 January
Box 73 Folder 14 Mojo. Photographs (4), 1996 December-1997 January
Box 17 Folder 8 Time to Burn by Charles L. Mee, inspired by Maxim Gorky’s The Lower Depths.  February 23-March 30, 1997.  Sets by James Shuette, costume design by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Scott Zielinski, sound design and composition by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn, fight choreography by Robin McFarquhar. Press releases, promotional material, 1997 February 23-March 30
Box 17 Folder 9 Time to Burn. Programs, 1997 February-March
Box 17 Folder 10 Time to Burn. Reviews and clippings, 1997 February-March
Box 73 Folder 15 Time to Burn. Photographs (6), 1997 February-March
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.115

Time to Burn by Charles L. Mee. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Jeb Brown, Irma P. Hall, Yasen Peyankov, Alexandra Billings, Mariann Mayberry, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Frankie Davila, Larry Russo, Paul Mullins, Romanos Isaac, Manao DeMuth, Mike Nussbaum, Tonray Ho, Michael Dailey and John Sierros. Video recording (approx. 120 minutes, color), 1997 February-March

Box 17 Folder 11 A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Terry Kinney, scenic design by Robert Brill, sound by Rob Milburn, costumes by Laura Cunningham, original composition by Kimo Williams, lighting by Kevin Rigdon, fight choreography by Robin McFarquhar. Press releases, promotional material, 1997 May 4-June 29
Box 17 Folder 12 A Streetcar Named Desire. Programs, 1997 May-June
Box 17 Folder 13 A Streetcar Named Desire. Reviews and clippings, 1997 May-June
Box 73 Folder 16 A Streetcar Named Desire. Photographs (6), 1997 May-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.109 and 1.110

A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Robert Brill, costumes by Laura Cunningham, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Gary Sinise, Kathryn Erbe, Amy Morton, Audrey Morgan, Laila Robins, Rick Snyder, John C. Reilly, John C. Seda, Krishna Le Fan, Sandra Marquez, Mike Sassone, Kirsten Fitzgerald and Vivien Lyon. Video recording (approx. 180 minutes, color), 1997 May-June

Box 17 Folder 14 A Fair Country by Jon Robert Baitz. Directed by Scott Zigler, sets by Kevin Rigdon, sound design by Rob Milburn, costumes by Laura Cunningham Bauer, lighting design by Howard Werner. Press releases, promotional material, 1997 July 20-August 24
Box 17 Folder 15 A Fair Country. Programs, review, 1997 July-August
Box 73 Folder 17 A Fair Country. Photographs (4), 1997 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.111

A Fair Country by Jon Robin Baitz. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Scott Zigler, sets by Kevin Rigdon, costumes by Laura Cunningham Bauer, lights by Howard Werner, with Barney O’Hanlon, Barbara eda-Young, Cedric Young, Jack McLaughlin-Gray, Robert Breuler, Larry Grimm and Mariann Mayberry. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1997 July-August

1996-1997 Season, Studio
Box 17 Folder 16 General season. Press release, 1996
Box 17 Folder 17 The Viewing Room by Daniel Rubin. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting by Kevin Snow, sound design and musical composition by Alison Ramsey. Press release, promotional material, 1996 October 27-November 24
Box 17 Folder 18 The Viewing Room. Programs, 1996 October-November 24
Box 73 Folder 18 The Viewing Room. Photographs (4), 1996 October-November
Box 17 Folder 19 Fur by Migdalia Cruz. Latino Chicago Theater Company. Directed by Ralph Flores, set and lighting design by Patrick Kerwin, sound design by Erick Leonardson, costumes by Kama Lindsey. Press release, 1997 January 19-February 9
Box 17 Folder 20 Fur. Reviews and clippings, 1997 January-February
Box 17 Folder 21 The Designated Mourner by Wallace Shawn. Directed by Les Waters, sets by Dan Ostling, costumes by Janice Pytel, lights by Christine Solger. Press releases, promotional material, 1997 March 23-April 20
Box 17 Folder 22 The Designated Mourner. Programs, 1997 March-April
Box 73 Folder 19 The Designated Mourner. Photographs (4), 1997 March-April
Box 17 Folder 23 The Fever by Wallace Shawn. Directed by Joann Shapiro; featuring David Shapiro. Press release, 1997 April 8, 15
Box 17 Folder 24 Radio Tears: Stories from ‘This American Life’, written and performed by Ira Glass and Beau O’Reilly (Curious Theater Branch). Press release, undated
Box 17 Folder 25 Slotnick Katz and Lehr, featuring veterans of the comedy improv ED. Press releases, 1997 May 8-17
1996-1997 Season, Traffic
Box 17 Folder 26 General season. Press release, 1996
Box 17 Folder 27 Kurt Elling, Lawrence Hobgood Trio and Von Freeman. Press release, 1996 December 16
Box 17 Folder 28 Ethnic Heritage Ensemble. Press release, 1997 February 10
Box 17 Folder 29 Jellyeye Drum Theatre. Press release, 1997 March 31
Box 17 Folder 30 Studs Terkel and Von Freeman. Press release, 1997 April 14
Box 17 Folder 31 David Murray and Fontella Bass. Press release, 1997 May 12
Box 17 Folder 32 Honeyboy Edwards and Franz Jackson. Press release, 1997 June 16
Box 17 Folder 33 Fareed Hague. Press release, 1997 July 14
1996-1997 Season, New Plays Lab
Box 17 Folder 34 General Season. Promotional material, 1996
1996-1997 Season, Arts Exchange Program (formerly the Education Outreach Program)
Box 17 Folder 35 Golden Boy by Clifford Odets. Directed by David Cromer. Press release, promotional material, review, 1996 October 15-November 1
Box 17 Folder 36 Nikki Giovanni: New Song for a New Day. South Shore Cultural Center.  Adapted and directed by Leslie Holland, set design by Scott Cooper, costumes by Michael D. Stein, musical direction by Regina Harris Baiocchi, choreography by Judith T. Smith. Press release, 1997 February 21-March 16
1996-1997 Season, Benefits
Box 17 Folder 37 “Saturday at Steppenwolf with Neil Simon.” Press release, 1996 October 5
1997-1998 Season
Box 18 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 1997
Box 18 Folder 2 General season. “Mainstage” (newsletter), 1997-1998
Box 18 Folder 3 Skylight by David Hare. Directed by Mike Nussbaum, set design by Kevin Snow, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting by Robert Christen, original music and sound design by Rob Milburn. Press releases, promotional material, 1997 September 21-November 9
Box 18 Folder 4 Skylight. Programs, 1997 September-November
Box 18 Folder 5 Skylight. Reviews and clippings, 1997 September-November
Box 73 Folder 20 Skylight. Photographs (4), 1997 September-November
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.112

Skylight by David Hare. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Mike Nussbaum, sets by Kevin Snow, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Robert Christen, with Sally Murphy, Martin McClendon and Francis Guinan. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1997

Box 18 Folder 6 Space by Tina Landau. Directed by Tina Landau, set design by James Shuette, costume design by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting design by Scott Zielinski, sound design and musical composition by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn, projection design by John Boesche. Press releases, promotional material, 1997 December 7-1998 January 24
Box 18 Folder 7 Space. Programs, 1997 December-1998 January
Box 18 Folder 8 Space. Reviews and clippings, 1997 December-1998 January
Box 73 Folder 21 Space. Photographs (4), 1997 December-1998 January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.113

Space by Tina Landau. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Tom Irwin, Amy Morton, Craig Zimmerman, Robert Breuler, Mariann Mayberry, Morocco Omari, Daniel Smith and Alexandra Billings. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1997 December-1998 January

Box 18 Folder 9 The Memory of Water by Shelagh Stephenson. Directed by Les Waters, sets by Annie Smart, sound by Richard Woodbury, costumes by Allison Reeds, lighting by Christine Solger-Binder. Press releases, promotional material, 1998 February-April
Box 18 Folder 10 The Memory of Water. Programs, 1998 February-April
Box 18 Folder 11 The Memory of Water. Reviews and clippings, 1998 February-April
Box 73 Folder 22 The Memory of Water. Photographs (5), 1998 February-April
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.116

The Memory of Water written by Shelagh Stephenson. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Les Waters, sets by Annie Smart, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Christine Solger-Binder, with Amy Morton, Mary Beth Fisher, Martha Lavey, Heather Ehlers, Tim Grimm and Rick Snyder. Video recording (approx. 150 minutes, color), 1998 February-March

Box 18 Folder 12 The Man Who Came to Dinner by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Directed by James Burrows, set design by Michael Yeargan, sound by Rob Milburn, costume design by Virgil Johnson, lighting by Kevin Rigdon. Press releases, promotional material, 1998 April-June
Box 18 Folder 13 The Man Who Came to Dinner. Programs, 1998 April-June
Box 18 Folder 14 The Man Who Came to Dinner. Reviews and clippings, 1998 April-June
Box 73 Folder 23 The Man Who Came to Dinner. Photographs (5), 1998 April-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.117

The Man Who Came to Dinner by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by James Burrows, sets by Michael Yeargan, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Kevin Rigdon, with Susan Osborne-Mott, Linda Kimbrough, Darin Toonder, Suzanne Shaw, Michael Nowak, Lee Roy Rogers, S. Cochran, Jane Galloway Heitz, Robert Breuler, Harriet Harris, Thomas Joseph Carroll, John Mahoney, Natalie West, Rick Snyder, Jim Ortlieb, Matthew Armstrong, Christian Stolte, Shannon Cochran, Ross Lehman and Alan Wilder. Video recording (approx. 180 minutes, color), 1998 April-June

Box 18 Folder 15 The Playboy of the Western World by J.M. Synge. Directed by Doug Hughes, set design by Anita Stewart, sound design by Rob Milburn, costumes by Karin Kopischke, musical composition by Johnny Cunningham, fight choreography by Robin McFarquhar. Press releases, promotional material, 1998 July 12-August 23
Box 18 Folder 16 The Playboy of the Western World. Programs, 1998 July-August
Box 18 Folder 17 The Playboy of the Western World. Reviews and clippings, 1998 July-August
Box 73 Folder 24 The Playboy of the Western World. Photographs (5), 1998 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.180

The Playboy of the Western World by John Millington Synge. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Doug Hughes, sets by Anita Stewart, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Michael Chybowksi, with Martha Plimpton, B. J. Jones, Jerome Kilty, Bradley Armacost, Rob Riley, Jim True, Moira Harris, Georgina Stoyles, Melanie Moore, Laura Ruth, Lanny Flaherty, Eamonn McDonagh, Jack McCabe and Lisa Stevens. Video recording, 1998 July 12-August 23

1997-1998 Season, Studio
Box 18 Folder 18 General season. Press release, 1997
Box 18 Folder 19 Goodbye Stranger by Carrie Luft. Directed by Polly Noonan, set design by Dan Ostling, original music and sound design by David P. Earle, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting by Christine Solger-Binder. Press releases, promotional material, 1998 January 21-February 15
Box 18 Folder 20 Goodbye Stranger. Programs, reviews and clippings, 1998 January-February
Box 73 Folder 25 Goodbye Stranger. Photographs (4), 1998 January-February
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.181

Goodbye Stranger by Carrie Luft. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Polly Noonan, sets by Dan Ostling, costumes by Janice Pytel, lights by Christine Solger-Binder, with Paul Adelstein, Pat Healy, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Greta Oglesby, Denise Odom, Jill Kraft and Dale Ray Rivera. Video recording, 1998 January 21-February 15

Box 18 Folder 21 Pot Mom by Justin Tanner. Directed by Wilson Milam.  Sets by Mark Netherland, costumes by Jana Stauffer, lighting by Heather Gilbert, sound by Lindsay Jones. Press releases, promotional material, 1998 June 28-July 26
Box 18 Folder 22 Pot Mom. Programs, 1998 June-July
Box 18 Folder 23 Pot Mom. Reviews and clippings, 1998 June-July
Box 73 Folder 26 Pot Mom. Photographs (4), 1998 June-July
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.182

Pot Mom by Justin Tanner. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Wilson Milam, sets by Mark Netherland, costumes by Jana Stauffer, lights by Heather Gilbert, with Laurie Metcalf, Rondi Reed, Johnny Galecki, Tom Irwin, Katie Cassis, Zoe Perry, Matt Roth, Brendan Smith, Carey Peters and Dado. Video recording, 1998 June 28-July 26

1997-1998 Season, New Plays Lab
Box 18 Folder 24 General season. Press release, 1997
Box 18 Folder 24a Mine Eyes Have Seen by Nambi Kelley. Program, undated
1997-1998 Season, Garage
Box 18 Folder 25 Wolf Lullaby by Hilary Bell. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, lighting by Heather Gilbert, sound by Matthew Callahan and Brian Callahan, costume design by Jennifer Keller. Press releases, promotional material, 1998 May 9-June 6
Box 18 Folder 26 Wolf Lullaby. Programs, reviews and clippings, 1998 May-June
Box 73 Folder 27 Wolf Lullaby. Photograph (1), 1998 May-June
1997-1998 Season, Traffic
Box 18 Folder 27 General season. Press release, promotional material, 1997
Box 18 Folder 28 Tribute to the AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians). Press release, 1997 October 27
Box 18 Folder 29 There is a Tree More Ancient than Eden by Leon Forrest. Press release, 1997 November 17
Box 18 Folder 30 The Art Ensemble of Chicago. Press release, 1997 December 15
Box 18 Folder 31 Tribute to Allen Ginsberg. Press release, 1998 January 12
Box 18 Folder 32 Amiri Baraka, Oliver Lake and Steve Colson. Press release, 1998 February 23
Box 18 Folder 33 Dance/Jazz Summit. Program, 1998 May 4
1997-1998 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 18 Folder 34 General season. Press release, 1997
Box 18 Folder 35 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. Directed by Curt Columbus, set design by Scott Cooper, costumes by Janice Pytel, lighting by David Gipson. Press release, promotional material, 1997 October 17-November 21
Box 18 Folder 36 Our Town. Programs, 1997 October-November
Box 18 Folder 37 Our Town. Workbook, 1997 October-November
Box 73 Folder 28 Our Town. Photographs (2), 1997 October-November
Box 18 Folder 38 The Boiler Room by Ruben Gonzalez. Directed by Edward F. Torres, sets by Rob C. Martin, costumes design by Christine Pascual, lighting by David Gipson, sound by Lindsay Jones, musical composition by John Kamys. Press release, promotional material, 1998 April 21-May 29
Box 18 Folder 39 The Boiler Room. Programs, reviews and clippings, 1998 April-May
1997-1998 Season, Other
Box 18 Folder 40 The Horn by John Clellon Holmes, adapted by Mark Richard. City Lit Theater Company in the Studio. Directed by Ron OJ Parson, musical direction by Mwata Bowden, set design by Rob Martin, costumes by Lisa Marie Harrison, lighting design by Dave Gipson, sound design by Seth Greene, technical direction by Ron DeMarco. Clippings, promotional material. 1998 April 1-May 3
1998-1999 Season
Box 19 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 1998
Box 19 Folder 2 General season. “Backstage” (newsletter), 1998-1999
Box 19 Folder 3 General season. “Mainstage” (newsletter), 1998-1999
Box 19 Folder 4 The Berlin Circle by Charles L. Mee. Directed by Tina Landau, set design by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting by Scott Zielinski, original music and sound design by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Promotional material, 1998 September 24-November 15
Box 19 Folder 5 The Berlin Circle. Programs, 1998 September-November
Box 19 Folder 6 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams.  Directed by Mark Brokaw, set design by Allen Moyer, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lighting by Mark McCullough, composition and sound design by Michael Bodeen. Promotional material, 1998 December 3-1999 January 30
Box 19 Folder 7 The Glass Menagerie. Programs, 1998 December-January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.184

The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Mark Brokaw, sets by Allen Moyer, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Mark McCullough, with Tim Hopper, Molly Regan, Martha Plimpton and David New. Video recording, 1998 December 3-1999 January 30

Box 19 Folder 8 Three Days of Rain by Richard Greenberg. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costumes by Allison Reeds, lighting by Christine Solger-Binder, musical composition and sound design by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn. Promotional material, 1999 February 11-April 4
Box 19 Folder 9 Three Days of Rain. Programs, 1999 February-April
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.186

Three Days of Rain by Richard Greenberg. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Todd Rosenthal, costumes by Allison Reeds, lights by Christine Solger-Binder, with Tracy Letts, Amy Morton and Ian Barford. Video recording 1999 February 11-April 4

Box 19 Folder 10 Morning Star by Sylvia Regan. Directed by Frank Galati, set and costume design by Santo Loquasto, lighting design by Brian MacDevitt, sound design by Rob Milburn. Promotional material, 1999 April 4-June 20
Box 19 Folder 11 Morning Star. Programs, 1999 April-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.185

Morning Star by Sylvia Regan. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Frank Galati, sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto, lights by Brian MacDevitt, with Melanie Moore, Shannon Cochran, Yasen Peyankov, Elizabeth Ledo, Paul Adelstein, Jenny Bacon, Aaron Himelstein, David New, Roderick Peeples, Rick Snyder, Ora Jones, Jon Wellner and Evan Bregman. Video recording, 1999 April 4-June 20

Box 19 Folder 12 The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh. Directed by Randall Arney, set design by Loy Arcenas, costume design by Kärin Kopischke, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, sound design by Richard Woodbury, original music by Michael Kirkpatrick with Richard Woodbury. Promotional material, 1999 July 8-August 29
Box 19 Folder 13 The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Programs, 1999 July-August
Box 19 Folder 14 The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Reviews and clippings, 1999 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.187

The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Loy Arcenas, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Aideen O’ Kelly, Rondi Reed, Christopher Fitzgerald and Rick Snyder. Video recording, 1999 July 8-August 29

1998-1999 Season, Studio
Box 19 Folder 15 General season. Program, 1998
Box 19 Folder 16 “What Ever” by Heather Woodbury.  Directed by Dudley Saunders, sound operator Chris Johnson, lighting by Jason Amato. Programs, reviews and clippings, 1988 October 8-November 1
Box 19 Folder 17 Disappeared by Phyllis Nagy. Directed by Abigail Deser, set design by Geoffrey M. Curley, costumes by Kristine Knanishu, sound design by André Pluess and Benjamin Sussman, lighting by Joel Moritz, U.S.A. Programs, 1999 February 3-28
Box 19 Folder 18 Mizlansky/Zilinsky by Jon Robin Baitz. Directed by Amy Morton, set design by Dan Ostling, costume design by Stacy Ellen Rich, lighting design by Charles Jolls, sound design by Barry C. Funderberg. Programs, promotional material, 1999 May 16-June 27
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.183

Mizlansky/Zilinsky or “Schmucks” by Jon Robin Baitz. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Amy Morton, sets by Dan Ostling, costumes by Stacy Ellen Rich, lights by Charles Jolls, with Andy Rothenberg, David Alan Novak, Will Zahrn, Francis Guinan, Marc Grapey, Ross Lehman, Michael Canavan and Sarah Charipar. Video recording, 1999

1998-1999 Season, Garage
Box 19 Folder 19 Tavern Story by David VanMatre. October-November 1998.  Directed by Rick Snyder, lighting by J. R. Lederle, costume design by Jennifer Keller, set design by Lori Fong. Programs, 1998 October-November
1998-1999 Season, New Plays Lab
Box 19 Folder 20 General season.  Promotional material
1998-1999 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 19 Folder 21 The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. Directed by Amy Ludwig, set design by Geoffrey M. Curley, costume design by Kristine Knanishu, lighting design by Joel Moritz, sound design and original music by Lindsay Jones. Programs, 1998 October-November
Box 19 Folder 22 Haymarket Eight by Derek Goldman and Jessica Thebus. Directed by Lou Contey, lighting design by Shelley Strasser-Holland, sound design by Chris Johnson, costume design by Karen Kawa, set design by Kevin Hagan, musical composition by André Pluess and Ben Sussman. Programs, promotional material, 1999 May 11-29
1999-2000 Season
Box 20 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 1999
Box 20 Folder 2 Side Man by Warren Leight. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Mark Wendland, costumes by Kärin Kopischke, lighting by Kevin Adams, original music and sound design by Joe Cerqua. Promotional material, 1999 September 16-November 7
Box 20 Folder 3 Side Man. Programs, 1999 September-November
Box 20 Folder 4 Side Man. Reviews and clippings, 1999 September-November
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.188

Side Man by Warren Leight. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Mark Wendland, costumes by Karin Kopischke, lights by Kevin Adams, with Garret Dillahunt, Rondi Reed, Carmen Roman, Rick Snyder, Will Zahrn, Alan Wilder and Jason Wells. Video recording, 1999 September 16-November 7

Box 20 Folder 5 Hysteria by Terry Johnson. Directed by John Malkovich, set design by David Gropman, costume design by Virgil Johnson, lighting by Paul Gallo, sound design by Richard Woodbury. Promotional material, 1999 November 26-2000 January 22
Box 20 Folder 6 Hysteria. Programs, 1999 November-2000 January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.189

Hysteria by Terry Johnson. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by John Malkovich, sets by David Gropman, costumes by Virgil Johnson, lights by Paul Gallo, with Yasen Peyankov, Lusia Strus, Mariann Mayberry, Nicholas Rudall, Marc Vann, Joyce Gordon and Mildred K. Lombardi. Video recording, 1999 November 26-2000 January 22

Box 20 Folder 7 Closer by Patrick Marber. Directed by Abigail Deser, set design by Neil Patel, costume design by Virgil C. Johnson, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, sound design by André Pluess and Ben Sussman. Promotional material, 2000 February 3-March 26
Box 20 Folder 8 Closer. Programs, 2000 February-March
Box 20 Folder 9 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Dale Wasserman. Directed by Terry Kinney, set design by Robert Brill, costume design by Laura Bauer, lighting design by Kevin Rigdon, sound design and music composition by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Promotional material, 2000 April 6-June 4
Box 20 Folder 10 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Programs, 2000 April-June
Box 20 Folder 11 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Reviews and clippings, 2000 April-June
Box 20 Folder 12 Valparaiso by Don DeLillo. Directed by Frank Galati, set design by Daniel S. Ostling, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, original music sound design by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Promotional material, 2000 February 13-March 26
Box 20 Folder 13 Valparaiso. Programs, 2000 February-March
1999-2000 Season, Studio
Box 20 Folder 14 General Season. Promotional material, 1999
Box 20 Folder 15 Body House by Teen Street Theatre. Directed by Ron Bieganski, jazz instruction by Mars Williams. Promotional material, 1999 September 12-28
Box 20 Folder 16 This is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan. Directed by Abigail Deser, set design by Geoffrey M. Curley, costume design by Kristine Knanishu, lighting by Joel Moritz, sound by André Pluess and Ben Sussman. Programs and promotional material, 1999 October 14-November 14
Box 20 Folder 17 Her Name was Danger. . . by David Catlin. Directed by David Catlin, set design by John Musial, costume design by Kristine Knanishu, lighting by Joel Moritz, sound design by Lindsay Jones. Programs, 1999 November 21
Box 20 Folder 18 The Infidel by Bruce Norris. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Mark Netherland, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by Heather Gilbert, sound design by Lindsay Jones. Programs and promotional material, 2000 February 24-March 26
Box 20 Folder 19 The Infidel. Reviews and clippings, 2000
Box 20 Folder 20 Hunchback by Jim Lasko. Directed by Jim Lasko and Leslie Buzbaum, set design by Jim Lasko and Shoshanna Utchenik, sound design by Michael Zerang, puppet design by Laura Heit, costume design by Joel Klaff, lighting design by Christine Binder. Programs and promotional material, 2000 May 17-June 11
1999-2000 Season, Garage
Box 20 Folder 21 Orson’s Shadow by Austin Pendleton. Directed by David Cromer, set design by Mark Loman, lighting design by J. R. Lederle, costume design by Jennifer Keller, sound design by Chris Johnson. Programs and promotional material, 2000 January 13-February 13
Box 20 Folder 22 Orson’s Shadow. Reviews and clippings, 2000 January-February
Box 20 Folder 23 Now Dig This. . .The Terry Southern Show! By Charles Pike and Nile Southern. Directed by Scott Vehill, décor by Rick Paul, costume design by Stacy Ellen Rich, lighting design by Heather Graff, sound design by Joseph Fosco. Programs and promotional material, 2000 April 30-May 14
Box 20 Folder 24 Detail of a Larger Work by Lisa Dillman. Directed by Robin Stanton, scenic design by Lori Fong, costume design by Joanne Witzkowski, lighting design by Heather Graff, sound design by Matt Callahan. Programs and promotional material, 2000 May 18-June 11
1999-2000, New Plays Lab
Box 20 Folder 25 In a Shallow Grave adapted from James Purdy’s novel by Jane Jones. Promotional material, 1999 September 27
1999-2000, Traffic
Box 20 Folder 26 T Bone Burnett, Sam Phillips and Friends. Directed by Martha Lavey and Michael Gennaro. Programs, 1999 October 11
Box 20 Folder 27 Poets and Actors. Directed by Martha Lavey and Michael Gennaro. Programs, 1999 November 1
Box 20 Folder 28 Karrin Allyson with Nancy King. Directed by Martha Lavey and Michael Gennaro. Programs, 1999 December 20
Box 20 Folder 29 Bonnie Koloc. Directed by Martha Lavey and Michael Gennaro. Programs, 2000 February 28
Box 20 Folder 30 David Amram and Friends. Directed by Martha Lavey and Michael Gennaro. Programs, 2000 March 20
Box 20 Folder 31 Cross-Town Traffic. Directed by Anna Shapiro. Programs, 2000 June 5
1999-2000 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 20 Folder 32 General season. Promotional material, 1999
Box 20 Folder 33 Whispering City by Jessica Thebus. Directed by Jessica Thebus, set design by Becky Marshall, costume design by Sue Haas, lighting design by J. R. Lederle, sound design by Chris J. Johnson, original music by André Pluess and Ben Sussman. Programs and promotional material, 1999 October 5-31
Box 20 Folder 34 Whispering City. Review, 1999 October
Box 20 Folder 35 Words on Fire: Chicago Poets created by Eric Rosen, André Pluess, and the Cast. Directed by Eric Rosen, set design by Becky Marshall, costume design by Jennifer Keller, lighting design by Darlin Keesing, sound design Chris J. Johnson. Programs and promotional material, 2000 March 7-25
Box 20 Folder 36 Words on Fire: Chicago Poets. Review, 2000 March
Box 20 Folder 37 Youth Theater Festival. Promotional material, 2000 June 15-18
2000-2001 Season
Box 21 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 2000
Box 21 Folder 2 General season. “Backstage” (newsletter), 2000-2001
Box 21 Folder 3 The Ballad of Little Jo by Mike Reid and Sarah Schlesinger. Directed by Tina Landau, set design by G. W. Mercier, costume design by Birgit Rattenborg Wise, lighting design by Scott Zielinski, sound design by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn. Promotional material, 2000 September 14- November 5
Box 21 Folder 4 The Ballad of Little Jo. Programs, 2000 September-November
Box 21 Folder 5 The Ballad of Little Jo. Reviews and clippings, 2000 September-November
  Oversize Folder 12 The Ballad of Little Jo. Poster, 2000 September-November
Box 21 Folder 6 The Weir by Conor McPherson. Directed by Amy Morton, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Karin Kopishchke, lighting design by Chris Binder, sound design by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn. Promotional material, 2000 November 24-2001 January 20
Box 21 Folder 7 The Weir. Programs, 2000 November-2001 January
Box 21 Folder 8 David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. Adapted and directed by Giles Havergal, set design by Kate Edmunds, costume design by Virgil C. Johnson, lighting design by Peter Maradudin. Promotional material, 2001 February 1-March 25
Box 21 Folder 9 David Copperfield. Programs, 2001 February-March
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.201a-1.201b

David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. Steppenwolf Theatre, adapted and directed by Giles Havergal, sets by Kate Edmunds, costumes by Virgil C. Johnson, lights by Peter Maradudin, with Jim True-Frost, Ryan Rentmeester, Molly Regan, Mariann Mayberry, Christian Kohn, Maureen Gallagher, Rick Snyder, Christian Stolte, Julie Marie Paparella, James Houton, Troy West, Rondi Reed, Robert Breuler, Jay Whittaker, Krista Lally, Lacie Goff, Zach Gray, Max Kirsch, Majid Nolley, Dennis Olsen and Miranda Pettengill. Video recording, 2001 February 1-March 25

Box 21 Folder 10 The Drawer Boy by Michael Healey. Directed by Anna Shapiro, scenic design by Michael Yeargen, costume design by Janice P. Pytel, lighting design by Kevin Adams, original music and sound design by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn. Programs, 2001 April 12-June 10
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.202a-1.202b

The Drawer Boy written by Michael Healey. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Michael Yeargen, costumes by Janice P. Pytel, lights by Kevin Adams, with Frank Galati, Johnny Galecki and John Mahoney. Video recording, 2001 April 12-June 10

Box 21 Folder 11 Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. Directed by Douglas Hughes, set design by Neil Patel, costume design by Catherine Zuber, lighting design by Michael Chybowski, original music and sound design by David Van Tieghem. Promotional material, 2001 June 28-August 19
Box 21 Folder 12 Hedda Gabler. Programs, 2001 June-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.203a-1.203b

Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Doug Hughes, sets by Neil Patel, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lights by Michael Chybowski, with Jane Galloway Heitz, Brigid Duffy, Matthew Sussman, Martha Plimpton, Amy J. Carle, Tom Irwin and Tim Hopper. Video recording, 2001 June 28-August 19

2000-2001 Season, Studio
Box 21 Folder 13 General Season. Promotional material, 2000
Box 21 Folder 14 The Duel by Anton Chekhov. Adapted by Frank Galati, directed by Luda Lopatina, set design by Joey Wade, costume design by Ann Kessler, lighting design by Jaymi Smith, original music by Moses Moe, sound design by Chris Johnson. Program and promotional material, 2000 October 12-November 12
Box 21 Folder 15 The Ordinary Yearning of Miriam Buddwig by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Geoffrey Curley, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by Jaymi Lee Smith, sound design by André Pluess and Ben Sussman. Programs and promotional material, 2001 January 11-February 11
Box 21 Folder 16 Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov. Directed by Sheldon Patinkin, scenic design by Joseph Wade, costume design by Kristine Knanishu, lighting design by Jaymi Lee Smith, sound design and original composition by Joe Cerqua. Promotional material, 2001 June 14-July 15
2000-2001 Season, Garage
Box 21 Folder 17 Some Explicit Polaroids by Mark Ravenhill. October 26-December 3, 2000.  Directed by Shade Murray, scenic design by Geoffrey M. Curley, costume design by Kristine Knanishu, lighting design by Lynn Koscielniak, sound design by André Pluess and Ben Sussman. Programs, 2000 October 26-December 3
Box 21 Folder 18 The House of Lily by Lydia Stryk. Directed by Curt Columbus, set design by David Wolf, costume design by Natasha Djukich, lighting design by J. R. Lederle, sound design by Chris J. Johnson. Promotional material, 2001 March 1-April 1
Box 21 Folder 19 The House of Lily. Programs, 2001 march-April
Box 21 Folder 20 Ten Percent of Molly Snyder by Richard Strand. Directed by Edward Sobel, set design by David Wolf, costume design by Rachel Anne Healy, lighting design by Michelle M. Habeck, sound design by Lindsay Jones. Promotional material, 2001 May 24-June 24
2000-2001 Season, Traffic
Box 21 Folder 21 General Season. Promotional material, 2000
Box 21 Folder 22 Ramblin’ Jack Elliot. Promotional material, 2000 November 6
Box 21 Folder 23 Talking with Studs by Studs Terkel, Frank Galati, John Mahoney, Joy Gregory, and Anthony Fleming. Promotional material, 2001 May 14
2000-2001 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 21 Folder 24 Division Street America by Studs Terkel. Promotional material and review clipping, 2000 October
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.198

Division Street America by Studs Terkel, adapted by Steve Totland. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, directed by Curt Columbus with Steve Walker, DuShon Monique Brown, Michele DiMaso, Troy West, Halena Kays, Peter Zinn, Marjie Rynearson and Anthony Fleming III. Video Recording, 2000 October

    Cross Town Ensemble.
See: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.199
Cross Town Ensemble. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Jessica Thebus, coached by Ron Bogacki, Ann Boyd, Carolyn Hoerdemann and Kimberly Senior. Video recording, 2000 December 17
Box 21 Folder 25 The Water Engine by David Mamet. Promotional material, 2001 February 20-March 10
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.200

The Water Engine by David Mamet. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, directed by Jessica Thebus, sets by Stephanie Nelson, costumes by Brooke M. Schaffner, lights by J.R. Lederle, with Elizabeth Birnkrant, Matthew Callahan, Peter DeFaria, Patrick Dollymore, Steve Emily, David Engel, Danny McCarthy, Julia Neary and Andre Vawdrey. Video recording, 2001 February 20-March 10

2001-2002 Season
Box 21 Folder 26 General season. Promotional material, 2001
Box 21 Folder 27 General season. “Backstage” (newsletter), 2001-2002
Box 21 Folder 28 Mother Courage and her Children by Bertolt Brecht, adapted by David Hare. Directed by Eric Simonson, set design by Allen Moyer, costume design by James Schuette, lighting design by Kenneth Posner, sound design by Barry G. Funderberg. Program, 2001 September 13-November 4
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.204a-1.204b

Mother Courage and her children by Bertolt Brecht, adapted by David Hare. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Eric Simonson, sets by Allen Moyer, costumes by James Schuette, lights by Kenneth Posner, with Robert Breuler, Joe Foust, Sally Murphy, Wendy Robie, Nicholas Rudall, John Sierros, Lois Smith, Jeff Still, Amy Warren, E. Milton Wheeler, Jay Whittaker, Larry Yando, Eric Aviles, Ian Brennan, Leonard Kraft, Bruch Reed, Sara Antunovich, Hans Fleischmann, Jesse Geiger, David Gray, Russell Heller, Elizabeth Levy, Michael Macias and Taj McCord. Video recording, 2001 September 13-November 4

    Resistance. . . .In Color.          

See: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.207
Resistance…In Color. Steppenwolf Theatre. Video recording (approx. 30 minutes), 2001 December 16

Box 21 Folder 29 Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. Directed by Amy Morton, set design by Derek McLane, costume design by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lighting design by Pat Collins, sound design by Robert Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Promotional material, 2001 November 23-2002 January 19
Box 21 Folder 30 Glengarry Glen Ross. Program, 2001 November-2002 January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.206

Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Amy Morton, sets by Derek McLane, costumes by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lights by Pat Collins, with Mike Nussbaum, Tracy Letts, Matt DeCaro, Alan Wilder, David Pasquesi, Peter Burns and Gary Brichetto. Video recording, 2001 November 23-2002 January 19

Box 21 Folder 31 Maria Arndt by Elsa Bernstein. Directed by Tina Landau, set design by John Lee Beatty, costume design by Catherine Zuber, lighting design by Scott Zielinski, original music and sound design by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Promotional material, 2002 January 31-March 24
Box 21 Folder 32 Maria Arndt. Program, 2002 January-March
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.208a-1.208b

Maria Arndt by Elsa Bernstein. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lights by Scott Zielinski with Molly Reagan, Greta Sidwell Honold, Courtney Shaughnessy, Christopher Innvar, Marilynn Bogetich, Bradley Armacost, Brett Korn, Brad Eric Johnson and Juliana Thornton. Video recording, 2002 January 31-March 24

Box 21 Folder 33 The Royal Family by George S. Kaufmann and Edna Ferber. Directed by Frank Galati, scenic design by James Schuette, costume design by Mara Blumenfield, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, sound design by Joe Cerqua. Promotional material, 2002 April 18-June16
Box 21 Folder 34 The Royal Family. Program, 2002 April-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.209a-1.209b

The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by ensemble member Frank Galati, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Marilyn Dodds Frank, Yasen Peyankov, Coby Goss, James Joseph, Kurt Naebig, B.J. Jones, Rondi Reed, Sally Murphy, Ian Brennan, Lois Smith, Alan Wilder, Amy Morton, David New, Christopher Innvar, Jessica Wilder and James Eldrenkamp. Video recording, 2002 April 18-June 16

Box 21 Folder 35 Purple Heart by Bruce Norris. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Daniel P. Ostling, costume design by James Schuette, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, sound design by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen. Promotional material, 2002 July 5-August 25
Box 21 Folder 36 Purple Heart. Programs, 2002 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.212a-1.212b

Purple Heart by Bruce Norris. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Daniel P. Ostling, costumes by James Schuette, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Laurie Metcalf, Christopher Evan Welch, Rosemary Prinz and Nathan Kiley. Video recording, 2002 July 5-August 25

2001-2002 Season, Studio
Box 21 Folder 37 General Season. Promotional material, 2001
Box 21 Folder 38 The Dazzle by Richard Greenberg. Directed by David Cromer, set design by Joseph Wade, costume design by Kristine Knanishu, lighting design by Jaymi Lee Smith, musical composition and sound design by André Pluess and Ben Sussman. Promotional material, 2002 May 9-June 6
Box 21 Folder 39 The Dazzle. Programs, 2002 May-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.211

The Dazzle by Richard Greenberg. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by David Cromer, sets by Joseph Wade, costumes by Kristine Knanishu, lights by Jaymi Lee Smith, with David Pasquesi, Tracy Letts and Susan Bennett. Video recording, 2002 May 9-June 6

Box 21 Folder 40 Wendell Greene by Jeffrey Mangrum. Directed by Rondi Reed, set design by Brian S. Bembridge, costume design by Jennifer K. Keller, lighting design by Rich Bryant and J. R. Lederle, sound design by Ray Nardelli. Promotional material, 2002 July 25-August 25
Box 21 Folder 41 Wendell Greene by Jeffrey Mangrum. Directed by Rondi Reed, set design by Brian S. Bembridge, costume design by Jennifer K. Keller, lighting design by Rich Bryant and J. R. Lederle, sound design by Ray Nardelli. Programs, 2002 July 25-August 25
2001-2002 Season, Garage
Box 21 Folder 42 Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train by Stephen Adly Guirgis. Directed by Ron O. J. Parson, scenic design by Brian Bembridge, costume design by Sarah Pace, lighting design by J. R. Lederie, sound design by Joshua Horvath. Promotional material, 2002 February 28-March 31
Box 21 Folder 43 Love and Sin: A Solo Experience by Ian Belknap and Jerry Magnus. Directed by Martha Lavey and Michael Gennaro. Promotional material, 2001 June 6-July 7
2001-2002 Season, Traffic
Box 21 Folder 44 General Season. Promotional material, 2001
Box 21 Folder 45 Poetry Speaks featuring Robert Bly, Jorie Graham, and Sonia Sanchez. Promotional material, 2002 March 18
    Cross Town Spring.
See: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.210
Cross Town Spring. Steppenwolf. Video recording (approx. 60 minutes), 2002 May 5
Box 21 Folder 46 The Howard Fishman Quartet with Howard Fishman, Russell Farhang, Erik Jekabson and Jonathan Flaugher. Promotional material, 2002 May 20
Box 21 Folder 47 Hallucination Map: Brooklangeles presented by Heather Woodbury. June 3, 2002. Cross-Town Traffic featuring Orbert Davis. Promotional material, 2002 June 10
Box 21 Folder 48 Petty Delusions and Grand Obsessions featuring Kurt Elling and Terry Kinney. Promotional material, 2002 July 15
2001-2002 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 21 Folder 49 Wishes, Suspicions, and Secret Ambitions: The Stories of Carl Sandburg by Ann Boyd. Promotional material, 2001 October 5-November 3
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.205

Wishes, Suspicions and Secret Ambitions: The Stories of Carl Sandburg. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, conceived and directed by Ann Boyd, Fall Arts Exchange. Video recording (approx. 80 minutes), 2001 October 5-November 3

Box 21 Folder 50 Winesburg, Ohio by Eric Rosen based on the novel by Sherwood Anderson. Directed by Jessica Thebus, set design by Brian Bembridge, costume design by Sarah Pace, lighting design by J. R. Lederie, sound design by Joshua Horvath. Programs, 2002 February 19-March 16
2002-2003 Season
Box 22 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 2002
Box 22 Folder 2 General season. Promotional material (season ticket information), 2002
Box 22 Folder 3 General season. “Backstage” (newsletter), 2002-2003
Box 80 Folder 9 General season, promotional material, 2002
Box 22 Folder 4 The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan. Directed by Tina Landau, set design by G. W. “Skip” Mercier, costume design by James Schuette, lighting design by Scott Zielinski, music and sound design by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn. Promotional material, 2002 September 12-November 3
Box 22 Folder 5 The Time of Your Life. Programs, 2002 September-November
  Oversize Folder 12 The Time of Your Life. Poster, 2002 September-November
   

See also: Chicago Videotape Collection, Accession #1.214a-1.214b

The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Tina Landau, sets by GW “Skip” Mercier, costumes by James Schuette, lights by Scott Zielinski, with Jeff Perry, Yasen Peyankov, Robert Breuler, Zach Gray, Richard Cotovsky, Scott Antonucci, Patrick New, Heather Anne Prete, Timothy Hendrickson, Guy Adkins, Don Shell, Ann Joseph, Lawrence MacGowan, Amy Morton, Mark L. Montgomery, Guy Van Swearingen, Howard Witt, Ana Sferruzza, Donna McGough, Dan Flannery, Jennifer Sydney, Greg Beam, Aaron Manby and Kay Perdue. Video recording, 2002 September 12-November 3

Box 22 Folder 6 I Just Stopped By to See the Man by Stephen Jeffreys. Directed by Randall Arney, set design by Tom Lynch, costume design by Kristine Knanishu, lighting design by Chris Binder, sound design by Richard Woodbury. Promotional material, 2002 November 14-2003 January 12
Box 22 Folder 7 I Just Stopped By to See the Man. Programs, 2002 November-2004 January
  Oversize Folder 12 I Just Stopped By to See the Man. Poster, 2002 November-2003 January
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.215a-1.215b

I Just Stopped By to See the Man by Stephen Jeffreys. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Randall Arney, sets by Tom Lynch, costumes by Kristine Knanishu, lights by Chris Binder, with Jim True-Frost, Anthony Chisholm and Yvette Ganier. Video recording, 2002 November 14-2003 January 12

Box 22 Folder 8 Wedding Band by Alice Childress. Directed by Ron O. J. Parson, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Myrna Colley-Lee, lighting design by Kathy A. Perkins, sound design and composition by Joe Cerqua. Promotional material, 2003 February 6-March 30
Box 22 Folder 9 Wedding Band. Programs, 2003 February-March
  Oversize Folder 12 Wedding Band. Poster, 2003 February-March
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.216a-1.216b

Wedding Band by Alice Childress. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Ron OJ Parson, sets by Todd Rosenthal, costumes by Myrna Colley-Lee, lights by Kathy A. Perkins, with Libya Pugh, Jasmine Randle, Monifa Days, TaRon Patton, Ann Joseph, Will Sims II, Robert Breuler, Rae Gray, Rick Synder, Jennie Moreau and Deanna Dunagan. Video recording, 2003 February 6-March 30

Box 22 Folder 10 The Violet Hour by Richard Greenberg. Directed by Terry Kinney, set design by Robert Brill, costume design by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting design by James F. Ingalls, sound design and composition by Michael Bodeen and Rob Milburn. Promotional material, 2003 April 17-June 15
  Oversize Folder 12 The Violet Hour. Poster, 2003 April-June
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.217a-#1.217b

The Violet Hour by Richard Greenberg. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Terry Kinney, sets by Robert Brill, costumes by Mara Blumenfeld, lights by James F. Ingalls, with Kate Arrington, Josh Hamilton, Tim Hopper, Ora Jones and Kevin Stark. Video recording, 2003 April 17-June 15

Box 22 Folder 11 Homebody/Kabul by Tony Kushner. Directed by Frank Galati, set design by James Schuette, costume design by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting design by Christopher Akerlind, sound design by Joe Cerqua. Promotional material, 2003 July 10-August 31
Box 22 Folder 12 Homebody/Kabul. Programs, 2003 July-August
  Oversize Folder 12 Homebody/Kabul. Poster, 2003 July-August
   

See also: Chicago Theater Videotape Collection, Accession #1.218a-1.218b

Homebody/Kabul by Tony Kushner. Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by Frank Galati, sets by James Schuette, costumes by Mara Blumenfled, lights by Christopher Akerlind, with Amy Morton, Ali Farahnakian, Aasif Mandvi, Reed Birney, Tracy Letts, Elizabeth Ledo, Arian Moayed, Firdous Bamji, Omar Metwally, Diana Simonzadeh, Jeremy Beiler, Diana M. Konopka, Raymond Kurut and Chris Yonan. Video recording, 2003 July 10-August 31

2002-2003 Season, Studio
Box 22 Folder 13 General season. Promotional material, 2002
Box 22 Folder 14 Theater District by Richard Kramer. Directed by Eric Rosen, set design by Brenda Sabatka, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by Darin Keesing, sound design by Andre J. Pluess and Ben Sussman. Promotional material. 2002 October 17-November17
Box 22 Folder 15 Theater District. Programs, 2002 October-November
  Oversize Folder 12 Theater District. Poster, 2002 October-November
Box 22 Folder 16 No Place Like Home by Jessica Thebus. Adapted and directed by Jessica Thebus, set design Stephanie Nelson, costume design, Brook Schaffner, lighting design Jaymi Lee Smith, composer/sound design David Pavkovic. Promotional material, 2003 January 9-February 9
Box 22 Folder 17 No Place Like Home. Programs, 2003 January-February
Box 22 Folder 18 Seagull inspired by Anton Chekov. Adapted and directed by Jim Lasko, set design by Stephanie Nelson, costume design by Alison Heryer, lighting design by Chris Wooten, composer/sound design Mark Messing. Promotional material, 2003 March 20-April 20
Box 22 Folder 19 Seagull. Programs, 2003 March-April
  Oversize Folder 12 Seagull. Poster, 2003 March-April
Box 22 Folder 20 We All Went Down to Amsterdam by Bruce Norris (world premier). Directed by Amy Morton, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Mary Ellen Park, lighting design by J. R. Lederle, sound design by Ray Nardell. Promotional material, 2003 June 12-July 13
Box 22 Folder 21 We All Went Down to Amsterdam. Programs, 2003 June-July
  Oversize Folder 12 We All Went Down To Amsterdam. Poster, 2003 June-July
2002-2003 Season, Garage
Box 22 Folder 22 Until We Find Each Other by Brooke Berman. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Zane Pihlstrom, costume design by Mary Trumbour, lighting design by Phoebe Daurio, sound design by Franco DeLeon. Promotional material, 2002 October 24-November 24
Box 22 Folder 23 Until We Find Each Other. Programs, 2002 October-November
  Oversize Folder 12 Until We Find Each Other. Poster, 2002 October-November
Box 22 Folder 24 Taking Care by Mia McCullough. Directed by Tim Hopper, set design by Russell Poole, costume design by Jennifer Roberts, lighting design by Adam Friedland, sound design by Joshua Horvath. Promotional material, 2003 March 6-April 6
Box 22 Folder 25 Taking Care. Programs, 2003 March-April
  Oversize Folder 12 Taking Care. Poster
Box 22 Folder 26 Things Being What They Are by Wendy MacLeod. Directed by Rick Snyder, set design by Jack K. Magaw, costume design by Alison Heryer, lighting design by Lynne Koscielniak, sound design by Josh Schmidt. Promotional material, 2003 May 22-June 22
Box 22 Folder 27 Things Being What They Are. Programs, 2003 May-June
  Oversize Folder 12 Things Being What They Are. Poster, 2003 May-June
2002-2003 Season, Traffic
Box 22 Folder 28 General season. Promotional material, 2002
Box 22 Folder 29 David Cole, David Clement & Jim True-Frost. Programs, 2002 October 21
Box 22 Folder 30 An Evening with Suzzy and Maggie Roche. Programs, 2002 December 16
Box 22 Folder 31 Don DeLillo. Programs, 2003 March 24
Box 22 Folder 32 Joe Henry. Programs, 2003 May 12
Box 22 Folder 33 An Evening of Ribaldry featuring Garrison Keillor with Glenne Headly Programs, 2003 June 9
2002-2003 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 22 Folder 34 General season. Promotional material (teacher series), 2002
Box 22 Folder 35 Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. Directed by Dado, set design by Russell Poole, costume design by Jennifer Roberts, lighting design by Adam Friedland, sound design by Greg Silva. Promotional material, 2002 October 8-26
Box 22 Folder 36 Fahrenheit 451. Programs, 2002 October
  Oversize Folder 12 Fahrenheit 451. Poster, 2002 October
Box 22 Folder 37 World Set Free by Bryn Magnus. Directed by Hallie Gordon, set design by Stephanie Nelson, costume design by Alison Heryer, lighting design by Lynne Koscielniak, sound design by Josh Schmidt. Promotional material, 2003 February 25-March 15
Box 22 Folder 38 World Set Free. Programs, 2003 February-March
  Oversize Folder 12 World Set Free. Poster, 2003 February-March
2003-2004 Season
Box 23 Folder 1 Topdog/Underdog by Suzan-Lori Parks. Directed by Amy Morton, set design Loy Arcenas, costume design by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lighting design by Kevin Rigdon. Promotional material, program, 2003 September 11-November 2
Box 23 Folder 2 Man From Nebraska by Tracy Letts. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting design by Ann Wrightson. Program, promotional material, 2003 November 20-2004 January 18
Box 23 Folder 3 Our Lady of 121st Street by Stephen Adly Guirgis. Directed by Will Frears, set design by Thomas Lynch, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by Chris Binder. Program, promotional material, 2004 February 5-March 28
Box 23 Folder 4 The Fall to Earth by Joel Drake Johnson. Directed by Rick Snyder, set design by Jack Magaw, costume design by Alison Heryer, lighting design by J.R. Lederle. Program and promotional material, 2004 March 25-May 2
Box 23 Folder 5 I Never Sang for my Father by Robert Anderson. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Linda Roethke, lighting design by Kevin Adams. Program, promotional material, 2004 April 22-June 20
Box 23 Folder 6 Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune by Terrence McNally. Directed by Austin Pendleton, set design by David Swayze, costume design by Rachel Anne Healy, lighting design by James F. Ingalls. Program, promotional material, 2004 July 9-August 29
2003-2004 Season, Garage
Box 23 Folder 7 Orange Flower Water by Craig Wright. Midwest premiere. Directed by Rick Snyder, set design by Robert G. Smith, costume design by Alison Heryer, lighting design by Andrew Meyers. Promotional material, 2003 October 16-November 23
Box 23 Folder 8 Theatrical Essays created and directed by Tina Landau. Program, promotional material, 2004 May 27-July 3
2003-2004 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 23 Folder 9 A Tale of Two Cities adapted by Laura Eason from the novel by Charles Dickens. Directed by Jessica Thebus, set design by John Dalton, costume design by Jennifer Roberts, lighting design by J.R. Lederle. Program, promotional material. 2004 March 6-20
2003-2004 Season, Traffic
Box 23 Folder 10 Traffic series. Program, 2004 March 29, June 7
2004-2005 Season
Box 23 Folder 11 General season. Promotional materials, 2004-2005
  Oversize Folder 12 29th Season ticket blanks, 2004-2005
Box 23 Folder 12 The Dresser by Ronald Harwood. Directed by Amy Morton, set design by Santo Loquasto, costume design by Nan Cibula-Jenkins, lighting design by Pat Collins. 2004 September 16-November 14
Box 23 Folder 13 Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov. Directed by Tina Landau, set design by Riccardo Hernandez, costume design by Jennifer Roberts, lighting design by Scott Zielinski. Program, promotional material, 2004 November 4-2005 March 5
Box 23 Folder 14 One Arm by Tennessee Williams. Adapted for the stage and directed by Moises Kaufman, set design by Derek McLane, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by Mike Baldassari. Program, promotional material, 2004 December 2-19
Box 23 Folder 15 Intimate Apparel by Lyn Nottage. Midwest premiere. Directed by Jessica Thebus, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Linda Roethke, lighting design by Ann G. Wrightson. Program, promotional material, 2005 January 13-March 13
Box 23 Folder 16 Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg. Chicago premiere directed by Eric Rosen. Promotional material, 2005 March 24-May 22
Box 23 Folder 17 Lost Land by Stephen Jeffreys. World premiere. Directed by Terry Johnson, set design by James Schuette, costume design by John Malkovich, lighting design by Scott Zielinski. Program and promotional material, 2005 March 31-June 5
Box 23 Folder 18 Winesburg, Ohio by Eric Rosen, Andre Pluess and Ben Sussman, based on the novel by Sherwood Anderson. Directed by Jessica Thebus, set design by Geoffrey M. Curley, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by Chris Binder. Program, promotional material, 2004 June 17-August 1
Box 23 Folder 19 The Pain and the Itch by Bruce Norris. World premiere. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, set design by Dan Ostling, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by James F. Ingalls. Program, promotional material, 2005 June 30-August 28
2004-2005 Season, Garage
Box 23 Folder 20 Pacific by Andrew Case. Directed by Molly Regan, set design by John Dalton, costume design by Christine Pascual, lighting design by J.R. Lederle. Promotional material, 2005 February 17-March 27
Box 23 Folder 21 Red Light Winter written and directed by Adam Rapp. Set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Michelle Tesdall, lighting design by Keith Parham. Promotional material, 2005 May 19-June 26
2004-2005 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 23 Folder 22 The Chosen based on the novel by Chaim Potok, adapted for the stage by Aaron Posner and Chaim Potok. Directed by Edward Sobel, set design by Keith Pitts, costume design by Rachel Anne Healy, lighting design by Michelle Habeck. Program, promotional material, 2004 October 16-30
Box 23 Folder 23 The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison, adapted by Lydia Diamond. Directed by Hallie Gordon, set design by Stephanie Nelson, costume design by Alison Heryer, lighting design by J.R. Lederle. Program, promotional material, 2005 February 5-19
2005-2006 Season
Box 24 Folder 1 General season. Promotional material, 2005-2006
Box 24 Folder 2 Backstage magazine, volume 1, 2005
Box 24 Folder 3 Backstage magazine, winter, 2005-2006
Box 24 Folder 4 Backstage magazine, spring, 2006
Box 24 Folder 5 Backstage magazine, promotional material, summer, 2006
  Oversize Folder 12 30th Season ticket blanks, 2005-2006
Box 24 Folder 6 Last of the Boys by Steven Dietz. Directed by Rick Snyder, set design by Todd Rosenthal, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting design by Ann G. Wrightson. Promotional material, 2005 September 15-November 13
Box 24 Folder 7 after the quake by Haruki Murakami. Adapted and directed by Frank Galati, set design by James Schuette, costume design by Mara Blumenfeld, lighting design by James F. Ingalls. Promotional material 2005 October 20-2006 February 19
Box 24 Folder 8 The Well-Appointed Room by Richard Greenberg. Directed by Terry Kinney, set design by Robert Brill, costume design by Laura Cunningham Bauer, lighting design by James F. Ingalls. Promotional material, 2006 January 12-March 12
Box 24 Folder 9 Love Song by John Kolvenbach. Directed by Austin Pendleton, set design by Brian Sidney Bembridge, costume design by Rachel Healy, lighting design by Michelle Habeck. Promotional material, 2006 March 30-June 4
Box 24 Folder 10 Love-Lies-Bleeding by Don DeLillo. World premiere directed by Amy Morton. Promotional material 2006 April 29-May 28
Box 24 Folder 11 The Sunset Limited by Cormac McCarthy. World premiere directed by Sheldon Patinkin. Promotional material 2006 May 18-June 25
Box 24 Folder 12 The Unmentionables by Bruce Norris. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro. Promotional material, 2006 June 29-August 27
2005-2006 Season, Traffic
Box 24 Folder 13 A Likely Story by David Cale. Directed by Tamara Jenkins. Promotional material, [2005 December]
Box 24 Folder 14 The Roches with a Holiday Twist, promotional material, 2005 December 12
Box 24 Folder 15 Dr. John & Marcia Ball. Promotional material, 2005 December 16-17
2005-2006 Season, Arts Exchange Program
Box 24 Folder 16 Master Harold and the Boys by Athol Fugard. Directed by K. Todd Freeman, set design by Scott Neale, costume design by Ana Kuzmanic, lighting design by Keith Parham. Promotional material, 2005 October 11-30
Box 24 Folder 17 Lady Madeline adapted from The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe by Mickle Maher. Directed by Jessica Thebus. Promotional material. 2006 February 7-26
Box 24 Folder 18 A Lesson Before Dying by Romulus Linney. Directed by Edward Sobel, set design by Robert G. Smith, costumes by Alison Heryer, lighting design by Andrew Meyers. Promotional material, 2006 October 7-25
Box 24 Folder 19 The Pajama Men. Second City Theatricals, 2006
2006-2007 Season
Box 24 Folder 20 General season. Promotional material, 2006-2007
Box 24 Folder 21 The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh. Directed by Amy Morton. Program, promotional material, 2006 September 14-November 12
2006-2007 Season, for Young Adults
Box 24 Folder 22 The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison, adapted by Lydia Diamond. Directed by Hallie Gordon, set design by Stephanie Nelson, costume design by Alison Heryer, lighting design by J.R. Lederle. Program, promotional material, 2006 October 4-28
2006-2007 Season, Traffic
Box 24 Folder 23 General season, Traffic Series. Promotional material, 2006
2008-2009 Season
Box 24 Folder 24 Dublin Carol by Conor McPherson. Directed by Amy Morton, set design by Kevin Depinet, costume design by Ana Kuzmanic, lighting design by Robert Christen. Program, 2008 November 6-December 21
Undated
Box 74 Folder 12 Unidentified production negatives (6), undated
Box 78   Unidentified production photoboards (5), undated

Series 2: Artistic

Affiliations
Box 25 Folder 1 Actors' Equity Association: Correspondence, notes, 1982 October, 1992 October
Box 25 Folder 2 Chicago Theatre Project: Correspondence, notes, promotional material, 1982-1984
Box 25 Folder 3 Interlochen Music Camp: Correspondence, notes, promotional material, 1983
Box 25 Folder 4 League of Chicago Theatres: Newsletters, 1984
Box 25 Folder 5 Producers Association of Chicago Area Theaters (PACT): Correspondence, notes, 1983-1984
Box 25 Folder 6 Theatre Communications Group (TCG): Annual report, correspondence, newsletter, 1983-1984
Agents
Box 25 Folder 7 Agents and play lists, 1979-1983, undated
Conferences
Box 1 Box 25 Folder 8 Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Center, Louisville: Programs and promotional material, including John Susman's notes from the Playwright's Center, 1983
Correspondence
Box 25 Folder 9 Incoming, undated
Box 25 Folder 10 Incoming, 1976
Box 25 Folder 11 Incoming, 1979
Box 25 Folder 12 Outgoing, 1979
Box 25 Folder 13 Incoming, 1980
Box 25 Folder 14 Outgoing, 1980
Box 25 Folder 15 Incoming, 1981
Box 25 Folder 16 Outgoing, 1981
Box 25 Folder 17 Incoming, 1982
Box 25 Folder 18 Outgoing, 1982
Box 26 Folder 1 Incoming, 1983
Box 26 Folder 2 Outgoing, 1983
Box 26 Folder 3 Incoming, 1984
Box 26 Folder 4 Outgoing, 1984
Box 26 Folder 5 Incoming, 1985
Box 26 Folder 6 Outgoing, 1985
Box 26 Folder 7 Incoming, 1986
Box 26 Folder 8 Outgoing, 1986
Internships
Box 27 Folder 1 General, 1983, undated
Readers’ Reports
Box 27 Folder 2 Play selection and reading notes, undated
Box 27 Folder 3 Readers' Reports, undated
Box 27 Folder 4 Readers' Reports, 1983 January-June
Box 27 Folder 5 Readers' Reports, 1983 August-December
Box 27 Folder 6 Readers' Reports, 1984-1986
Second Company
Box 27 Folder 7 Memoranda, notes and schedules, 1983, undated
Box 27 Folder 8 Audition sheets, 1983-1984
Box 27 Folder 9 From the Page to the Stage: A Shakespeare Sampler: Program, undated
Box 27 Folder 10 The Glass Menagerie: Program, 1985
Box 27 Folder 11 A Midsummer Night's Dream: Budget, cast list, programs, undated
Box 27 Folder 12 A Raisin in the Sun: Program, undated
Box 27 Folder 13 Twelfth Night: Contact Sheet, undated
Miscellaneous Scripts
Box 28 Folder 1 Captain Marbles and His Acting Squad, Part V, Something's Rotten in Downer's Grove, or Harry's Hubris. St. Nicholas Theatre, with Jeff Perry. Script; marked "3rd and 4th Drafts," 1979 March 24-April 22
Box 28 Folder 2 The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard. Prompt script marked with light and sound cues, and stage directions, undated
Box 28 Folder 3 The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill (as planned for the 1982-1983 season). Contact Sheet, 1982 December 6
Box 28 Folder 4 The Threepenny Opera. Score, undated
Box 28 Folder 5 The Threepenny Opera. Score, undated
Box 28 Folder 6 The Threepenny Opera. Notes, undated
Box 28 Folder 7 The Threepenny Opera. Rehearsal schedule, 1982 December-1983 February
Box 28 Folder 8 The Threepenny Opera. Scripts, undated
Box 28 Folder 9 The Threepenny Opera. Scripts, undated
Artistic Director’s Notes
Box 29 Folder 1 H.E. Baccus, 1977-1979
Box 29 Folder 2 H.E. Baccus, 1977-1979
Box 29 Folder 3 Gary Sinise, 1981
Box 29 Folder 4 Jeff Perry, 1982-1983
Box 29 Folder 5 Jeff Perry, 1983-1984
Box 29 Folder 6 Jeff Perry, 1984-1985
Dramaturg’s Notes
Box 29 Folder 7 Aubrey Payne, 1985-1986
Reading Scripts
Box 29 Folder 8 Accidental Death of an Anarchist by Dario Fo. Script; unmarked copy of published script, 1980
Box 29 Folder 9 After the Fall by Arthur Miller. Script; unmarked copy of published script, undated
Box 29 Folder 10 Black and Blue by Peter Fieldson (original title: A Talent to Abuse). Script; copy of typescript, undated
Box 29 Folder 11 Crystal Clear by Phil Young. Script; copy of published script, circa 1983
Box 29 Folder 12 Fen by Caryl Churchill. Two scripts: one published copy (Methuen), one copy with manila folder marked "Moira," with assigned parts and dates, 1983
Box 29 Folder 13 Full Hook-Up by Conrad Bishop and Elizabeth Fuller. Two copies of typescript, one marked “revised version," 1981, 1983
Box 29 Folder 14 Harvey by Mary Chase. Script; copy of published script, "Chumley's" lines underlined in blue, [copyright 1953]
Box 29 Folder 14a Coyote Ugly by Lynn Siefert. Budget and schedules, 1985 March
Box 29 Folder 15 Hay Fever by Noel Coward. Three scripts: one unmarked; one marked with "Judith's" lines highlighted in blue, one marked with "Simon's" lines highlighted in yellow, [copyright circa 1952]
Box 30 Folder 1 Hot L Baltimore by Lanford Wilson. Script; unmarked copy of published script, undated
Box 30 Folder 2 The House Across the Street by Darrah Cloud. Copy of typescript, 1981, 1983 April 2
Box 30 Folder 3 The House Across the Street. Script; unmarked original script in folder marked “Grandma: Kathy Clemens,” 1981, 1983 April 2
Box 30 Folder 4 The House Across the Street. Script; unmarked, originally in folder marked "Donna: Margo Buchanan," 1981, 1983 April 2
Box 30 Folder 5 The House Across the Street. Script; unmarked, originally in folder marked "Don Sr.: K.C. Helmed," 1981, 1983 April 2
Box 30 Folder 6 Independence by Lee Blessing. Script; copy of typescript marked with some line changes, 1983
Box 30 Folder 7 Losing It by Jon Klein. Script; unmarked copy of typescript with correspondence, 1982
Box 30 Folder 8 The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams. Script; copy of published (DPS) script, [copyright 1963]
Box 30 Folder 9 Nuts by [?].Four scripts: copies marked “Joan,” “John,” “Al,” and “Terry,” undated
Box 30 Folder 10 The Pornographer's Daughter by Terry Curtis Fox. Script; title page marked "Version B; Revised," 1981 September 9, 1982 October 18
Box 31 Folder 1 The Pornographer's Daughter. Two scripts; one marked "Version B, Revised," with cast list for sit-down reading [This script may be in preparation for the Chicago Theater Project Production], 1981 September 9, 1982 October 18
Box 31 Folder 2 Reedeep by Richard Cusack. Script; marked "Revised," with correspondence and reader's          

Report, 1982 December 15

Box 31 Folder 3 Reedeep. Script; marked "Revised,” 1983 April 15
Box 31 Folder 4 Restoration by Edward Bond. Scripts; two copies of published scripts, with a revised version of Scene 7, with          

correspondence and memo regarding reading schedule and cast, 1983 April-August

Box 31 Folder 5 She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith. Script; copy of published script with folder marked with casting notes, undated
Box 31 Folder 6 Shooting Gallery by Pamela Blake. Three scripts; title pages marked “John Mahoney,” “Laurie Metcalf,” undated
Box 31 Folder 7 Spookhouse by Harvey Fierstein. Scripts; two unmarked copies, 1981
Box 31 Folder 8 Summerfolk by Maxim Gorki. Unmarked copy of published script, undated
Box 32 Folder 1 Tales From Hollywood by Christopher Hampton. Three copies of unmarked scripts with cast list, undated
Box 32 Folder 2 Tan by Stephen Tobolowsky. Script; copy of typescript with correspondence, 1986 March 21
Box 32 Folder 3 Thanksgiving by James McClure. Scripts; two unmarked copies with correspondence, 1983
Box 32 Folder 4 The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan. Scripts; three copies with cast reading list, undated
Box 32 Folder 5 Traps by Caryl Churchill. Script; copy of published script marked with cast and reading date, undated
Box 32 Folder 6 Uncle Joe by Jan Novak. Script; copy of typescript with title page marked "Staged reading by ELT Crosscurrents," 1984 November 25
Box 32 Folder 7 Undiscovered Country. Script; unmarked with cast reading list [This may be for the Second Company], undated
Box 32 Folder 8 Victory by Howard Baker. Script; marked with cast reading list, undated
Box 32 Folder 9 Vieux Carre by Tennessee Williams. Script; unmarked, undated
Production Scripts
Box 33 Folder 1 Grease by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Prompt script; marked with light and sound cues, with score, circa 1974
Box 33 Folder 2 The Birdbath by Leonard Melfi. Prompt script, 1976 June.
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 2
Box 33 Folder 3 Our Late Night by Wallace Shawn. Script; unmarked, 1977 July
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 10
Box 33 Folder 4 Mack, Anything Goes Over the Rainbow. Score, 1977 October
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 12-13
Box 33 Folder 5 Sandbar, Flatland by Edward Urcen. Xeroxed notes (originals are in Kitty Perry's notebook), 1978 March
Box 33 Folder 6 Sandbar, Flatland. Scripts; an original typescript with 2 copies, with clippings and reviews, 1978 March
Box 33 Folder 7 Sandbar, Flatland. Script; marked with light cues, original introduction, 1978 March, 1981 February 24
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 17-18
Box 33 Folder 8 Home Free by Lanford Wilson. Script; copy of published script, 1978 May
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 19-21
Box 34 Folder 1 The Caretaker by Harold Pinter. Script; copy of published script, 1978 June
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 22-23
Box 34 Folder 3 Fifth of July by Lanford Wilson. Script; copy of published script, 1978 September
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 25
Box 34 Folder 4 Philadelphia, Here I Come by Brian Friel. Script; marked with light cues, 1978 November
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 26-28
Box 34 Folder 5 The Adventures of Mutt and Jeff by Rob Maxey. Script with notes, score and promotional brochure, 1978 November
Box 34 Folder 6 Exit the King by Eugene Ionesco. Production notebook with light and sound cues, 1978 January
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 29-31
Box 34 Folder 7 Say Goodnight Gracie by Ralph Pape. Script; unmarked, 1980 February
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 44-46
Box 34 Folder 8 Bonjour La Bonjour by Michel Trembley. Script; unmarked copy of published script mounted in notebook, 1980 March
Box 34 Folder 9 Bonjour La Bonjour. Script; marked with light and sound cues, 1980 March
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 47-49
Box 35 Folder 1 Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. Script; partial published script, marked with notes in pencil, with contract, 1980 May
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 53-55
Box 35 Folder 2 Quiet Jeanie Green by Dan Urcini (Edward Urcen). Scripts; several copies, unpaginated, partial, some original typescript, 1980 July
Box 35 Folder 3 Quiet Jeanie Green. Script; copy of #2, with notes and reviews, 1980 July
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 6, Folder 56-58
Box 35 Folder 4 Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson. Script; unmarked, 1980 September
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 7, Folder 6-9
Box 35 Folder 5 The Littlest Elf by Rob Maxey. Script; copy of typescript, with correspondence, 1980 December
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 7, Folder 13
Box 35 Folder 6 Savages by Christopher Hampton. Correspondence, 1981 January
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 7, Folder 14-17
Box 35 Folder 7 A Summer Remembered by Charles Nolte. Scripts; two copies, one a copy of the other, title page marked "Terry Kinney" with "Tom's" lines highlighted in blue, 1981 February 8
Box 35 Folder 8 A Summer Remembered. Scripts; two copies, one a copy of the other, title page marked "Eich" with stage directions and props, undated
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 7, Folder18
Box 35 Folder 9 Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw. Correspondence, 1981 March
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 7, Folder 19-22
Box 35 Folder 10 The Great American Desert by Joel Oppenheimer. Script; with a few notes in pen, otherwise unmarked, 1981 March
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 7, Folder 23-27
Box 35 Folder 11 Action by Sam Shepard. Notes, 1981 May
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 7, Folder 28-30
Box 35 Folder 12 Big Mother. Script; unmarked, 1981 September
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 5a-6
Box 35 Folder 13 Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Correspondence, 1981 October
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 2-5
Box 35 Folder 14 Waiting for the Parade by John Murrell. Script; unmarked, 1981 November
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 7-11
Box 35 Folder 15 The Littlest Elf by Rob Maxey. Script; unmarked,1981 December
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 12
Box 35 Folder 16 The House by David Halliwell. Script; copy of published (Methuen) script, title page marked "Guinan," with additional title page (no script) marked "Johnny," 1982 June
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 23-27
Box 35 Folder 17 And a Nightingale Sang by C.P. Taylor. Contact sheet, budget and notes, 1982 November
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 33-37
Box 36 Folder 1 Say Goodnight Gracie by Ralph Pape. WTTW Broadcast. Invitation list and set drawings, 1983 November 23 [?]
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 38-39
Box 36 Folder 2 A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O'Neill. Scripts; unmarked, 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 3 A Moon for the Misbegotten. Director's notes, 1983 May
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 44-47
Box 36 Folder 4 Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill. Audition and understudy notes, 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 5 Cloud 9. Box office reports and set costs, 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 6 Cloud 9. Contract, 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 7 Cloud 9. Notes, 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 8 Cloud 9. Script; title page marked "Harry/Martin - Terry Kinney," 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 9 Cloud 9. Script; title page marked "Betty/Gerry - Jeff Perry," 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 10 Cloud 9. Script; title page marked "Maud/Lin - Laurie Metcalf," 1983 May
Box 36 Folder 11 Cloud 9. Script; title page marked "Clive/Edward - Francis Guinan," 1983 May
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 40-43
Box 36 Folder 12 The Miss Firecracker Contest by Beth Henley. Prompt book, includes light cues and cast lists, 1983 June
Box 37 Folder 1 The Miss Firecracker Contest. Script; unmarked, 1983 June
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 8, Folder 48-51
Box 37 Folder 2 The Hothouse by Harold Pinter. Contact sheet, 1983 September
Box 37 Folder 3 The Hothouse. Scripts; two copies each with notes on the title page, 1983 September
Box 37 Folder 4 The Hothouse. Notes; including budget, clippings, and schedules, 1983 September
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 2-6
Box 37 Folder 5 Our Town by Thornton Wilder. Auditions, 1983 November
Box 37 Folder 6 Our Town. Notes; including contact sheets and schedules, 1983 November
Box 37 Folder 7 Our Town. Scripts; three copies, one marked with prop notes, 1983 November
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 7-11
Box 37 Folder 8 And a Nightingale Sang by C.P. Taylor. Correspondence, memos and notes, 1983 November
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 12-13
Box 37 Folder 9 Tracers by John DiFusco. Correspondence, 1984 January
Box 37 Folder 10 Tracers. Notes, including budget and schedule, 1984 January
Box 37 Folder 11 Tracers. Scripts; unmarked, 1984 January
Box 37 Folder 12 Tracers. Scripts; marked with sound cues, 1984 January
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 16-19
Box 37 Folder 13 ‘Dentity Crisis by Christopher Durang, and Canadian Gothic by Joanna Glass. Scripts; unmarked, with contracts, 1984 February
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 22-24
Box 37 Folder 14 Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson. New York. Correspondence, contracts, budgets, notes, 1984 June-October
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 33-35
Box 38 Folder 1 Stagestruck by Simon Gray. Script; unmarked, with budget and notes, 1984 September
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 37-40
Box 38 Folder 2 Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov. Three scripts; one copy of published script, two translated by Lanford Wilson, 1984 February-November
Box 38 Folder 3 Three Sisters. Notes, 1984
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 43-46
Box 38 Folder 4 Orphans by Lyle Kessler. Scripts; two copies, title page of one marked "Unrevised Version," 1985 January
Box 38 Folder 5 Orphans. Two scripts; one copy unmarked, one marked with light and sound cues, with reviews of Los Angeles production, 1983
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 10, Folder 1-5
Box 38 Folder 5a Coyote Ugly by Lynn Siefert. Schedules, 1985
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 10, Folder 6-10
Box 38 Folder 6 Cowboy Mouth by Sam Shepard. Correspondence, notes and program, 1985 June 1
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 9, Folder 30-32
Box 38 Folder 7 You Can't Take it With You by George Kaufman and Moss Hart. Audition scripts, 1985 November
Box 38 Folder 8 You Can't Take it With You. Dramaturgy notes, 1985 November
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 10, Folder 30-34
Box 39 Folder 1 Frank's Wild Years by Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan. Script; unmarked, 1986 July
Box 39 Folder 2 Frank's Wild Years. Script; title page marked "Virgin Revised,” 1986 April-July
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 11, Folder 11-15
Box 39 Folder 3 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams. Script; unmarked copy of published script, 1986 November
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 11, Folder 23-26
Box 39 Folder 4 Educating Rita by Willy Russell. Notes, 1987 January
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 12, Folder 1-4
Box 39 Folder 5 Aunt Dan and Lemon by Wallace Shawn. Contact sheet, 1987 June
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 12, Folder 10-14
Box 39 Folder 6 Little Egypt by Lynn Seifert. Script; title page marked "Storm King," 1987 August
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 12, Folder 20-22
Box 39 Folder 7 Burn This by Lanford Wilson. Script; title page marked "Revised," 1987 June-September
    See also: Audience Development-Publicity Files/Productions. Box 12, Folder 17-19
Submitted Scripts
Box 40 Folder 1 The Able Bodied Seaman by Alan Browne. Unmarked copy of typescript, 1982
Box 40 Folder 2 Absurd Person Singular by Alan Ayckborn. Scripts; two copies of published script, unmarked, 1974
Box 40 Folder 3 Adaptation. Script; copy of published script, marked with script cuts and staging, props underlined, first page marked "Terry Kinney," undated
Box 40 Folder 4 All Good Children Go To Heaven by David Rimmer. Script; copy of typescript marked with line cuts; with correspondence, 1985
Box 40 Folder 5 Alms for the Middle Class by Stuart Hample. Unmarked copy of typescript; with correspondence, 1984
Box 40 Folder 6 Alpha by Slawomir Mrozek. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 40 Folder 7 American Days by Stephen Poliakoff. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 40 Folder 8 American Enterprise by Jeffrey Sweet. Unmarked script, undated
Box 40 Folder 9 American Tattoo by Philip Kan Gotanda. Script; draft with some line cuts, 1985 February 7
Box 40 Folder 10 Animal by Tom McGrath. Script; title page marked "4th Version," undated
Box 40 Folder 11 Anteroom by Harry Kondoleon. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 40 Folder 12 Arts and Leisure by Susan Miller. Script; title page marked “Version A,” with correspondence, 1982 July 14
Box 41 Folder 1 About Face by Dario Fo. Script; unmarked copy of published script, 1983
Box 41 Folder 2 As Is by William Hoffman. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 41 Folder 3 Astraea Redux by David Cade. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 41 Folder 4 The Attack of the Baloney Monster by Verna Safran. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1983
Box 41 Folder 5 Aven'u Boys by Frank Pugliese. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 41 Folder 6 Ballad of the Sad Cafe, adapted by Edward Albee. Unmarked script, [copyright 1963]
Box 41 Folder 7 Ballad of the Sad Cafe, adapted by Edward Albee. Unmarked script, [copyright 1963]
Box 41 Folder 8 Balloon by Karen Sunde. Published script (Broadway Play Publishing, Inc., 1983)
Box 41 Folder 9 Barrow by Marion Rosin. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1982
Box 42 Folder 1 Battery by Daniel Therriault. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 42 Folder 2 The Beat by Rick Cleveland. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 42 Folder 3 Becoming Memories by Arthur Giron. Unmarked script, undated
Box 42 Folder 4 Beginner's Luck by Jon Lipsky. Unmarked script, undated
Box 42 Folder 5 The Bewildering Bequest by Serge Mogliat. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 42 Folder 6 Beyond Your Command by Ralph Pape. Script; title page marked "Second Draft," 1983 February
Box 42 Folder 7 Bitter Harvest by John Olive. Script; title page marked "First Draft," 1985 March 25
Box 42 Folder 8 Bing and Walker by Jim Farrell. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1983
Box 42 Folder 9 Bing and Walker by Jim Farrell. Partial script (Act I), 1983
Box 42 Folder 10 Black Warrior by Randy Hall. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 43 Folder 1 Body Parts by Paul Selig. Script; title page marked "Second Draft," 1982
Box 43 Folder 2 Brave New World, adapted by Doug Post. Scripts; three copies; with correspondence, undated
Box 43 Folder 3 Bring Me Sunshine--Bring Me Smiles by C.P. Taylor. Unmarked script, undated
Box 43 Folder 4 Brinksmanship by Suzie Plaksin. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 43 Folder 5 Brother Champ by Michael Kassin. Unmarked script, undated
Box 43 Folder 6 Butter Cookies by Richard Strausser. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 43 Folder 7 Cabaret by Joe Masteroff. Unmarked script; with memo, [copyright 1967]
Box 43 Folder 8 Cabin Fever by Joan Schenker. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 43 Folder 9 The Caine Rehearsals by Charles Nolte. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 43 Folder 10 Caravanseri by Doug Huff. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 43 Folder 11 The Case of Jimmy Oz by Mark Lynch, Colleen Kelly and Lynn Kremer Babcock. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 43 Folder 12 The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht. Scripts; two unmarked copies from published script, [copyright 1966]
Box 44 Folder 1 Changing Climates by Jacob Clark. Unmarked script; with correspondence, undated
Box 44 Folder 2 Charley Bacon and His Family by Arthur Giron. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 44 Folder 3 Close of Play by Simon Gray. Copy of published script, with reader's report, 1979
Box 44 Folder 4 Come Back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean by Ed Graczyck. Unmarked script, 1982
Box 44 Folder 5 Coming Attractions by Ted Tally. Unmarked copy of published script, 1988
Box 44 Folder 6 Connie and Mellors by Allan Bates and Laura Gillis. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 44 Folder 7 Copperhead by Erik Brogger. Two scripts; with reader's report, 1981-1985
Box 44 Folder 8 A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking by John Ford Noonan. Script; partial of Scene 2, "Hanna Mae" underlined in yellow, with staging, undated
Box 44 Folder 9 Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley. Scripts; four unmarked copies of published script, undated
Box 44 Folder 10 Criminal Minds by Robin Swicord. Unmarked script, undated
Box 44 Folder 11 Cross Country by Susan Miller. Script; unmarked copy of published script, undated
Box 45 Folder 1 Danny and the Deep Blue Sea by John Patrick Shanley. Script; title page marked “Revised,” with rehearsal and performance revisions, 1984 February 7
Box 45 Folder 2 Danny and the Deep Blue Sea by John Patrick Shanley. Script; title page marked “Revised,” with rehearsal and performance revisions, with reader’s report, 1984 February 7
Box 45 Folder 3 Day Before Noon by Karen Sunder. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 45 Folder 4 The Day of the Picnic by Russell Davis. Scripts; marked "Revised,” 1984 April
Box 45 Folder 5 The Daybreak of Addison Dance by David Baron. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 45 Folder 6 Dead Ringer by Henry Messett. Unmarked script, 1982
Box 45 Folder 7 Dealing by Richard Fire and June Shellene. Unmarked script, 1983
Box 45 Folder 8 Death of a Buick by John Bunzel. Script; marked "Eleventh Draft," with correspondence, 1984 March
Box 45 Folder 9 A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen. Copy of published script, undated
Box 45 Folder 10 The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney. Script; title page marked "As Produced by Playwright's Horizon," back page marked "1st Actress Joan," 1982 January 31
Box 46 Folder 1 The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney. Script; title page marked “As Produced by the Playwright's Horizon,” back page marked “2nd actress Glenne,” 1982 January 31
Box 46 Folder 2 The Director by Marvin Aron. Script; marked with some line changes, undated
Box 46 Folder 3 Disability by Ron Whyte. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 46 Folder 4 Disease and Conquer by David Suehsdorf. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1984
Box 46 Folder 5 Dog Eat Dog by Mary Gallagher. Script; title page marked "Revised/Final Draft," 1983, 1988 October
Box 46 Folder 6 Dog Days by Simon Gray. Script; marked "Definitive Script as Performed in Vienna," marked with some line cuts, 1980 October
Box 46 Folder 7 Dog Man's Last Stand by Rick Cleveland. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 46 Folder 8 Domestic Issues by Corinne Jacker. Unmarked script, undated
Box 46 Folder 9 Dramatis Personae by John Mahoney. Script; marked with heavy cuts in first pages, undated
Box 46 Folder 10 The Dropper by Ron McLarty. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 46 Folder 11 Dropping Roses by Louis Capson. Unmarked script, undated
Box 46 Folder 12 Due Process by Bo May. Script; marked "New Version," 1980
Box 47 Folder 1 Early Dark by Reynolds Price. Unmarked script, 1977
Box 47 Folder 2 Edge of the Universe by Dan Schaaf. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 47 Folder 3 Eggciting by Jack Chia. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 47 Folder 4 Emigres by Slawomir Mrozek. Unmarked script; with reader's reports, 1978
Box 47 Folder 5 Entertaining Mr. Sloane by Joe Orton. Unmarked script, undated
Box 47 Folder 6 E/R by Saul Turteltaub and Bernie Orenstein. Script; marked "Pilot for Television/Final Draft," with cast list, 1984 March 10
Box 47 Folder 7 Everyman by Doug Post. Unmarked script, 1982
Box 47 Folder 8 Family Album by Thomas McGuane. Unmarked script, undated
Box 47 Folder 9 Father's Day by Oliver Hailey. Unmarked script, 1971
Box 47 Folder 10 Feeling Close by Charles Likar. Unmarked script, undated
Box 47 Folder 11 Femme Fatale by Michael Wolk. Unmarked script, 1983
Box 47 Folder 12 Final Passages by Jim O'Connor. Unmarked script, with correspondence, 1982
Box 47 Folder 13 First Steps by Rod Browning. Script; marked "Teleplay,” 1984 March 15
Box 47 Folder 14 Flesh and Blood by Edna O'Brien. Script; with correspondence, undated
Box 47 Folder 15 The Forgotten Lover by Susan Dworkin. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 47 Folder 16 French Gray by Joe Bush. Unmarked script; with correspondence, undated
Box 48 Folder 1 Fun by James Bosley. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 48 Folder 2 Furnace Park is Closing Down by Michael Oakes and Patty Wells. Two scripts; one marked "Revised,” 1983 August
Box 48 Folder 3 The Further Adventures of Sally by Russell Davis. Script; marked "Revised,” 1985 June
Box 48 Folder 4 Getting Out by Marsha Norman. Script; marked with some of "Arlies" lines circled, 1977
Box 48 Folder 5 Getting Through by Thomas Sharkey. Unmarked script, undated
Box 48 Folder 6 Gimme Shelter by Barrie Keefe. Unmarked script, 1977
Box 48 Folder 7 Glomar by James O'Connor. Script; marked "As Performed by the Actors' Playhouse, Los Angeles,” 1983 August 19-September 25
Box 48 Folder 8 The Golden Nightingale by George Hehn. Unmarked script, undated
Box 48 Folder 9 Gorey Stories, adapted by Stephen Currens, music by David Aldrich. Scripts; three heavily marked copies, 1976
Box 48 Folder 10 Gravity by Lord Ray. Unmarked script, undated
Box 48 Folder 11 Greek by Steven Berkoff. Unmarked script, undated
Box 48 Folder 12 Grendel, adapted by Nate Aldrich. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 49 Folder 1 Hamlet by David Beaird. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 49 Folder 2 The Hang of the Gaol by Howard Barker. Unmarked copy of published script, undated
Box 49 Folder 3 The Happy Quarter by Clement J. Sumner. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 49 Folder 4 The Headhunters by Henry Denker. Unmarked script; with reader's report, undated
Box 49 Folder 5 Henry Lumper by Israel Horovitz. Heavily marked script with line cuts and changes,1985
Box 49 Folder 6 A Hell of a Town by Monte Merrick. Unmarked script; with reviews of previous productions, 1984
Box 49 Folder 7 Holy Ghosts by Romulus Linney. Scripts; two copies from published script, one marked "Guinan," undated
Box 49 Folder 8 Holy Land by Lyle Kessler. Unmarked script, 1977
Box 49 Folder 9 Home for the Holidays by Marc Milbauer. Script; title page marked "Version B," 1985
Box 49 Folder 10 Homeboys by John Lordan. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 49 Folder 11 Household Gods by Louis Capson. Script; title page marked with memo (otherwise unmarked), undated
Box 49 Folder 12 A Hound Called Hope by Donald Stahl. Unmarked script
Box 49 Folder 13 Hungry Hill by Richard Strausser. Unmarked script, undated
Box 49 Folder 14 Hyde in Hollywood by Peter Parnell. Script; title page marked "5th Draft, Revised," with correspondence, 1985 August 29
Box 50 Folder 1 In Memory by John Dirrigl. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 50 Folder 2 The Incredibly Famous Willy Rivers by Stephen Metcalfe. Script; title page marked "Revised,” 1985 April 11
Box 50 Folder 3 Iowa Boys by Shem Bitterman. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 50 Folder 4 Irene Davenel by Hal Corley. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1984
Box 50 Folder 5 Irish Coffee By M.Z. Ribalow. Unmarked script; with correspondence, undated
Box 50 Folder 6 The Iron Slippers by Barbara Hindley. Unmarked script; with reader's report, 1985
Box 50 Folder 7 It's Agatha by David Von Motre. Unmarked script; with reader's report, undated
Box 50 Folder 8 In the Summer House by Jane Bowles. Unmarked script, undated
Box 50 Folder 9 It's Time for Toni by Robert Schroeder. Partial script; with sample dialog pages, correspondence, 1986
Box 50 Folder 10 Johnny Bull by Kathleen Betsko. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 50 Folder 11 The Jugular by Ari Roth. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 51 Folder 1 The Last Mission O'Boomerang Vestry by Donna Gabel. Unmarked script with correspondence, 1985
Box 51 Folder 2 Laughing Out Loud by Jeff Hagedorn. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 51 Folder 3 Learn to Fall by Jim Burnstein. Unmarked script, 1986
Box 51 Folder 4 Lemons by Kent Broadhurst. Script; marked with sound cues, props and sets underlined, undated
Box 51 Folder 5 Levitation by Timothy Mason. Unmarked script, undated
Box 51 Folder 6 A Life by Hugh Leonard. Unmarked script, undated
Box 51 Folder 7 Life on the Island. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1978
Box 51 Folder 8 The Literary Lesson by Norman Beim. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1984
Box 51 Folder 9 Little Murders by Jules Feiffer. Copy of published script, undated
Box 51 Folder 10 Lives and Deaths of the Great Harry Houdini. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 52 Folder 1 The London Cuckold by Edward Ravenscroft. Unmarked script, undated
Box 52 Folder 2 Love is Not a Word by Keith Elkins. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 52 Folder 3 The Luck of Harry Philadelphia by Betsy Hulick. Script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 52 Folder 4 Man on a Fence by Diane Kagan. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1984
Box 52 Folder 5 The Mandrake. Unmarked script, undated
Box 52 Folder 6 Marie and Bruce by Wallace Shawn. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 52 Folder 7 Marmalade Skies by M.Z. Ribalow. Unmarked script, undated
Box 52 Folder 8 Marrying Allan by Aquila Barnes. Partial script, 1981
Box 52 Folder 9 Me and Marie O'Rourke by Mary Agnes Donoghue. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 52 Folder 10 Medal of Honor by Tom Cole. Unmarked script, 1977
Box 53 Folder 1 Mickey One by Allan Surgal. Unmarked script, undated
Box 53 Folder 2 The Minstrel War by Jan Hartman. Unmarked script, 1983
Box 53 Folder 3 Monsieur Amilcar by Yves Jamiaque. Unmarked script, undated
Box 53 Folder 4 The Moon is Blue by F. Hugh Herbert. Unmarked script, [copyright 1951]
Box 53 Folder 5 Moonchildren by Michael Weller. Scripts; 3 unmarked copies, undated
Box 53 Folder 6 Moscow Lights by Bernard Sabath. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 53 Folder 7 Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht. Unmarked script, undated
Box 53 Folder 8 Mourning After Dark by Louis Capson. Unmarked Script, undated
Box 53 Folder 9 Moving Day by Susan Steadman. Script; unmarked mimeograph of typescript, 1985
Box 53 Folder 10 Mr. and Mrs. "A" by Charles Leipart. Unmarked script; with correspondence, undated
Box 53 Folder 11 Mrs. Volkman's Dinner Guests by David Gleicher. Unmarked script, undated
Box 54 Folder 1 Nasty Rumors and Final Remarks by Susan Miller. Script marked with cuts (may be from the St. Nicholas Theater Company’s production), undated
Box 54 Folder 2 The Nerd by Larry Shue. Script; "Nick's" lines underlined in brown, undated
Box 54 Folder 3 Non Per Feloniam by Jovan Mihailovic. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 54 Folder 4 Not Quite Jerusalem. Unmarked script, undated
Box 54 Folder 5 Old Friend by Donald Stahl. Unmarked script, undated
Box 54 Folder 6 Old Times by Harold Pinter. Unmarked script, undated
Box 54 Folder 7 On the Money by John Kostmayer. Unmarked script, 1984
Box 54 Folder 8 Oregano in the Stars by Doris Ryan. Partial unmarked script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 54 Folder 9 Oyster Cove Next Fire Exits. Unmarked script, undated
Box 54 Folder 10 A Paralyzing Web by Nicholas Packard. Unmarked script, 1983
Box 55 Folder 1 The Passion of James Tyrone by Peter Fieldson. Unmarked script, undated
Box 55 Folder 2 The Passion of St. Rickler in Chicago, Illinois by Allan Surgal. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 55 Folder 3 Passport by Steven Scott Smith. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1984
Box 55 Folder 4 Perfection by Joe Bush. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1984
Box 55 Folder 5 Philosophy in the Bedroom by Joe Bush. Unmarked script, undated
Box 55 Folder 6 A Place for Magdalena Flats by Preston Jones. Script; handwritten section in Scene 3, some markings and notes throughout, 1975
Box 55 Folder 7 A Platonic Affair by Betsy Robinson. Unmarked script, with correspondence, 1985
Box 55 Folder 8 Play for Keeps by Mo Schneider and Arthur Feinsod. Unmarked script, 1983
Box 55 Folder 9 Playing for Keeps by Henry Messett. Unmarked script, 1981
Box 56 Folder 1 Plenty by David Hare. Unmarked script, 1978
Box 56 Folder 2 Poisin in Jest by Jane Kelley. Unmarked script, undated
Box 56 Folder 3 Political Reform in Central America. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1984
Box 56 Folder 4 Possession by Lyle Kessler. Unmarked script, undated
Box 56 Folder 5 Prairie Avenue by Edward Allan Baker. Scripts; two unmarked copies, with reviews, 1980
Box 56 Folder 6 The Prisoner's Dilemma by James Ryan. Unmarked script, undated
Box 56 Folder 7 Private Sessions by Thom Thomas. Script; title page marked “Pilot, Second Revision,” 1984 October 17
Box 56 Folder 8 Pvt. Wars by James McClure. Unmarked script, undated
Box 57 Folder 1 The Provoked Wife. Unmarked script, undated
Box 57 Folder 2 Pursuits by Joyce McHugh. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 57 Folder 3 Quantrill in Lawrence by Bernard Pomerance. Script marked with some line cuts, 1981
Box 57 Folder 4 The Quiet Wars by James Belcher. Copy of published script (Indian Hill Productions, 1983)
Box 57 Folder 5 Rattle of a Simple Man by Charles Dyer. Copy of published script [copyright 1963]
Box 57 Folder 6 Raven Among the Vultures by Laura Raidonis Gillis. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 57 Folder 7 Rebel Women by Thomas Babe. Unmarked script, 1977
Box 57 Folder 8 The Red Devil Battery Sign by Tennessee Williams. Unmarked script, 1981
Box 57 Folder 9 Remote Conflict by Kathleen Tolan. Script; title page marked "Revised," with correspondence indicating play was previously titled Sanctuary, 1985 May
Box 57 Folder 10 Rich Relations by David Henry Hwang. Script; title page marked "Draft,," with correspondence, 1986 February 10
Box 57 Folder 11 Road Runners at the Paradise Drive-In by Thomas George Carter. Script; title page marked "Seventh Draft," undated
Box 57 Folder 12 Roses Don't Grow Here No More by Tom McCorry. Unmarked script, [copyright 1968]
Box 57 Folder 13 Roughly Justice by Jeff Berkson and Arnie Kantor. Script; title page marked with note from Mike Nussbaum, 1984
    See also: Box 82, Cassette tape
Box 58 Folder 1 Salonika by Louise Page. Unmarked script, 1982
Box 58 Folder 2 Salmon Run by David Kranes. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 58 Folder 3 Salt Water Moon by David French. Published script (Playwrights Canada, 1985)
Box 58 Folder 4 Salute to Motherhood by Lee Armstrong. Unmarked script, undated
Box 58 Folder 5 A Scene of Captivity with Waltzes and Mirrors by Margaret Gilbert. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 58 Folder 6 Shadow of Heroes by Robert Ardrey. Unmarked script, undated
Box 58 Folder 7 The Shaper by John Steppling. Unmarked script, undated
Box 58 Folder 8 6 Rms Riv Vu. Unmarked partial script, undated
Box 58 Folder 9 Skaters by Stephen Wylie. Script; with correspondence, 1982
Box 58 Folder 10 Skimmers and Ties by M.Z. Ribalow. Script; with correspondence, 1983
Box 58 Folder 11 Snow Orchid by Joseph Pintauro. Script; title page marked "Circle Rep Production copy," with notes, 1982 January
Box 58 Folder 12 So Long on Lonely Street by Sandra Deer. Unmarked script, undated
Box 58 Folder 13 The Son Who Hunter Tigers in Jakarta by R. Ribonan. Unmarked script, undated
Box 59 Folder 1 A Spiral Weld by Ari Roth. Script; title page marked "Revised Version," with reader's report, 1984 November
Box 59 Folder 2 Spoils of War by Carla Pelton. Script; title page marked "RW I," with some of the original typescript, 1985
Box 59 Folder 3 Stageplay #1 by Terrell Anthony. Unmarked script, undated
Box 59 Folder 4 Stages by John Kirk. Unmarked script, undated
Box 59 Folder 5 Strange Snow by Stephen Metcalfe. Unmarked script, 1982
Box 59 Folder 6 Sticks and Bones by David Rabe. Unmarked script, 1979
Box 59 Folder 7 Streamers by David Rabe. Unmarked script, 1980
Box 59 Folder 8 Sunset/Sunrise by Adele Edling Shank. Unmarked script; with reviews from previous productions, undated
Box 59 Folder 9 The Sunset Road by Thomas Meachem. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 59 Folder 10 Swamp Foxes by Lawrence Gonzalez. Script; title page marked "First Draft," with list of revisions and readings, through 1985 March 15-[1986] January 6
Box 59 Folder 11 Swamp Foxes by Lawrence Gonzalez. Script; revised, with reader's report, 1985 December 24
Box 60 Folder 1 The Swing by Edward Bond. Script; Xerox of published script, marked with staging notes, 1976
Box 60 Folder 2 Table Settings by James Lapine. Script; unmarked, with title page marked “Final Revision,” 1980 May 27
Box 60 Folder 3 Taboo by Ellen Waldinger. Partial script; unmarked, 1985
Box 60 Folder 4 Tables and Chairs by Stanley Rutherford. Script; unmarked, with correspondence, 1984
Box 60 Folder 5 Tapes by Damian Kramer. Script; copy of published script, with correspondence, 1984
Box 60 Folder 6 Telethon by Susan Nussbaum and Chip Hammack. Script; unmarked, with correspondence that indicates a first draft, undated
Box 60 Folder 7 Telethon by Susan Nussbaum and Chip Hammack. Script; unmarked, with correspondence that indicates a revision, 1986
Box 60 Folder 8 Terrorists by Stephen Geller. Script; unmarked, with correspondence, 1985
Box 60 Folder 9 A Theatrical Arrangement of the Original Trial Transcripts of the Chicago Conspiracy Trial by Ron Sossi. Script; unmarked, 1979
Box 60 Folder 10 These Men by Mayo Simon. Script; unmarked, undated
Box 60 Folder 11 They All Want to Play Hamlet by Tim McDonough. Script, unmarked, 1981
Box 61 Folder 1 This Side the River by Robert Goodman. Script; unmarked, with correspondence, 1984
Box 61 Folder 2 To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday by Michael Brady. Script; unmarked, with reviews from the Ensemble Theatre production (New York), 1983
Box 61 Folder 3 Too Rough by Leigh Hamilton and Wally Dalton. Script; unmarked, with correspondence, 1986
Box 61 Folder 4 Trash Bags by Richard Alan Strausser. Script; unmarked, undated
Box 61 Folder 5 Treatment by Jonathan Moore. Script; unmarked, undated
Box 61 Folder 6 The Trials of Heracles by Sheldon Patinkin. Script; marked with casting notes and line cuts, undated
Box 61 Folder 7 The Trials of Heracles by Sheldon Patinkin. Script; marked with cuts, 1980 August 16
Box 61 Folder 8 The Trials of Heracles by Sheldon Patinkin. Script; unmarked, undated
Box 61 Folder 9 The Trials of Heracles by Sheldon Patinkin. Script, Act I; marked with cuts, undated
Box 61 Folder 10 The Trials of Heracles by Sheldon Patinkin. Script; marked with cuts and line changes, undated
Box 62 Folder 1 Tush Hog by Seth Michaels. Script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 62 Folder 2 Twilight Tales by Mark O'Donnell. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 62 Folder 3 The Typewriter by Diane Hansen-Young. Unmarked script, 1985
Box 62 Folder 4 The Ugly Duckling by Louis and Alan Rosen. Script; marked with production notes, score, contact sheet from New York production with Jeff Perry and Francis Guinan [Perry’s copy?], 1984
Box 62 Folder 5 Under Milkwood by Dylan Thomas. Script; compilation copy of published text and text broken into script form (some original typescript), with score, undated
Box 62 Folder 6 Untitled Project by David Weiss. Unmarked script; with correspondence, undated
Box 62 Folder 7 The Utility Serenade by M. Beihl. Script; title page marked "Second Draft,” 1984 November 12
Box 62 Folder 8 Veering by Johnathan Greenburg. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1986
Box 62 Folder 9 Venus Rising by Daniel Voll. Unmarked script, 1986
Box 62 Folder 10 VKTMS by Michael McClure. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 63 Folder 1 War Babies. Unmarked script, undated
Box 63 Folder 2 Weekends Like Other People by David Blomquist. Unmarked script, 1979
Box 63 Folder 3 Welcome Home by Tony Marchant. Unmarked script, undated
Box 63 Folder 4 What the Butler Saw by Joe Orton. Unmarked script, undated
Box 63 Folder 5 When I Grow Up by Steven Salinaro. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 63 Folder 6 The White Crow by Donald Freed. Script; title page marked "Revised Draft," with correspondence, 1985 October
Box 63 Folder 7 White Tails by Charles Likar. Unmarked script, undated
Box 63 Folder 8 The Widow's Blind Date by Israel Horovitz. Scripts; copy of manuscript marked with cuts, copy of published version, with reviews, title page marked with dates of drafts and revisions, final draft, 1980 August
Box 63 Folder 9 Wilderness by Lord Ray. Unmarked script, undated
Box 64 Folder 1 Winterplay by Adele Shank. Unmarked script, undated
Box 64 Folder 2 The World of Mirth by Murphy Guyer. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Box 64 Folder 3 Wrestlers by Bill Davis. Script; with correspondence and reader's report, 1985 September
Box 64 Folder 4 Wrestlers by Bill Davis. Script; title page marked "Second Draft," 1985 November
Box 64 Folder 5 Zoom Schwartz by Peter Mattei. Unmarked script; with correspondence, 1985
Ursini Scripts
Box 65 Folder 1 Eric Goldeye. Letter to Gary Sinise regarding plot of play, undated
Box 65 Folder 2 Kyle Bailey Fawn Presents his Sure Tips on How to Stay in Love. Script; marked with some line changes and cuts, undated
Box 65 Folder 3 Kyle Bailey Fawn Presents his Sure Tips on How to Stay in Love. Script; marked with some line changes and cuts, undated
Box 65 Folder 4 Kyle Bailey Fawn Presents his Sure Tips on How to Stay in Love. Original typescript, undated
Box 65 Folder 5 Kyle Bailey Fawn Presents his Sure Tips on How to Stay in Love. Unmarked partial script, undated
Box 65 Folder 6 Kyle Bailey Fawn Presents his Sure Tips on How to Stay in Love. Scripts; three copies, 1980 August
Box 65 Folder 7 Kyle Bailey Fawn Presents his Sure Tips on How to Stay in Love. Scripts; two copies, with introductory note, some original typescript, 1980 August
Box 65 Folder 8 Mister Softee Falls in Love. Script; marked with line cuts and changes, undated
Box 66 Folder 1 Quiet Jeanie Green. Scripts; two copies, with revisions of first and last scenes, and with note from author to H.E. Baccus, 1981
Box 66 Folder 2 Quiet Jeanie Green. Scripts; unmarked, undated
Box 66 Folder 3 Quiet Jeanie Green. Scripts with partial revisions, undated
Box 66 Folder 4 Quiet Jeanie Green. Script; marked with line changes and cuts, undated
Box 66 Folder 5 Quiet Jeanie Green. Notes and original typescript, undated
Box 66 Folder 6 Sandbar, Flatland. Poem; annotated copy, undated
Box 66 Folder 7 Sandbar, Flatland. Script; miscellaneous unnumbered pages with differing formats, undated
Box 66 Folder 8 Suzie Luck Presents Mental Florida. Uncut draft; with correspondence, 1980
Box 66 Folder 9 Suzie Luck Presents Mental Florida. Script; marked "Revised Draft," 1980 May
Box 66 Folder 10 Suzie Luck Presents Mental Florida. Script, 1979 Mary-1980 February
Box 66 Folder 11 Three Kisses. Original typescript, heavily marked with changes, undated

Series 3: Management Series

Subseries 1: Board of Director’s Files

General
Box 67 Folder 1 Bylaws, undated
Committees
Box 67 Folder 2 Memberships, 1983-1984
Box 67 Folder 3 Audience Development: Meetings, Agenda and Minutes, 1983
Box 67 Folder 4 Executive Committee: Meetings, Agenda and minutes, 1983-1984
Box 67 Folder 5 Executive Committee: Memos, 1983
Box 67 Folder 6 Finance Committee: Meetings, Agenda and minutes, 1983-1984
Box 67 Folder 7 Nominating Committee: Correspondence, 1982-1983
Box 67 Folder 8 Structural Committee: Meetings, Agenda and minutes, 1982-1983
Correspondence
Box 67 Folder 9 Incoming, 1982-1985
Box 67 Folder 10 Outgoing, 1981-1983
Meetings
Box 67 Folder 11 Agenda and minutes, 1976
Box 67 Folder 12 Agenda and minutes, 1980
Box 67 Folder 13 Agenda and minutes, 1981
Box 67 Folder 14 Agenda and minutes, 1982
Box 68 Folder 1 Agenda and minutes, 1983
Box 68 Folder 2 Agenda and minutes, 1984
Box 68 Folder 3 Agenda and minutes, 1985
Box 68 Folder 4 Membership lists, 1983
Box 68 Folder 5 Memos, undated

Subseries 2: Managing Director’s Files

Box Office
Box 68 Folder 6 Advance Sales, 1983
Box 68 Folder 7 Box Office Reports, undated
Box 68 Folder 8 Comps (misc.), 1985
Box 68 Folder 9 Comps (A Prayer for My Daughter), 1982
Box 68 Folder 10 Concession Reports, 1982-1983
Box 68 Folder 11 Concession and Deposit Reports, 1984
Box 68 Folder 12 Correspondence: Incoming, 1982-1984
Box 68 Folder 13 Correspondence: Outgoing, 1982-1983
Box 68 Folder 14 Guidelines, memos and schedules, 1982-1983
Contracts
Box 68 Folder 15 Non-Space Contracts, 1982-1983
Box 81 Folder 4 Lease for the Jane Addams Center Theater, 1981
Correspondence
Box 68 Folder 16 Incoming, 1981
Box 68 Folder 17 Outgoing, 1981
Box 68 Folder 18 Outgoing, 1982
Box 68 Folder 19 Incoming, 1983
Box 68 Folder 20 Outgoing, 1983
Box 68 Folder 21 Outgoing, 1984
Box 68 Folder 22 Incoming, 1985
Finance
Box 69 Folder 1 Budget draft, undated
Box 69 Folder 2 Budget summary: 1982-1983 Season
Box 69 Folder 3 Budget: FY 1983-1984
Box 69 Folder 4 Budget Summary: 1984-1985 Season
Box 69 Folder 4a House Management: Checklist, undated
Staff
Box 69 Folder 5 Staff Insurance, undated
Box 69 Folder 6 Meetings, 1981
Box 69 Folder 7 Meetings, 1982
Box 69 Folder 8 Meetings, 1983
Box 69 Folder 9 Meetings, 1984
Box 69 Folder 10 Meetings, 1985
Box 69 Folder 11 Memos, 1983, 1985, undated
  Oversize Folder 5 Floor Plan for Halsted Street theater, 1985

Audiovisual

Box 82 Roughly Justice by Jeff Berkson and Arnie Kantor. Cassette tape, circa, 1984
Box 82 Unidentified, 33mm negative film reel from Universal Recording Corporation. Ordered by Gary Sinise, 1982 June 30
Box 83 Steppenwolf trailer, includes 7 film rolls, predominantly unidentified, 1989 June

Unidentified Photographs

Box 74 Folder 13 Unidentified event photographs (26), undated
Box 75 Folder 17 Unidentified negatives, undated
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