Virgil C. Johnson Papers

Dates: 1967-2015
Size: 5 linear feet, 1,141 drawings, photographs, slides, electronic files
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Special Collections, 400 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60605
Collection Number: Archives_ctc_vjc
Provenance: Donated by Virgil C. Johnson
Access: No restrictions. Copyright associated with all materials is retained by the author
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is Virgil C. Johnson Papers, Box #, Folder #, Special Collections, Chicago Public Library
Processed by: Andrea Telli and Sarah Zimmerman

Biographical Note

Virgil Johnson’s career as a costume designer spanned four decades, beginning at the New York City Opera into his retirement as a Professor Emeritus at Northwestern University. He worked on productions at many Chicago theaters, including the Court, Victory Gardens, Body Politic, Steppenwolf, Mercury, Northlight, Apollo, Chicago Shakespeare Repertory, Ravinia’s Murray Theatre and Lyric Opera. He designed costumes for sixteen productions at the Goodman Theatre as its resident costume designer from 1969 to 1978, and continued to design for the Goodman through the 1990s. He also designed for theaters outside the Chicago area, several of which are represented in the collection. He earned Joseph Jefferson Awards for his work on The Government Inspector (Goodman Theatre, 1985), A Little Night Music (Goodman Theatre, 1994), Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2 (Chicago Shakespeare Theater, 1999) and Follies (Chicago Shakespeare Theater, 2011). He won the Michael Merritt Award for Excellence in Collaboration and Design in 2001.

After earning his BFA in Design and Art History from Boston University, Johnson began his professional career in 1961 as a design assistant with the New York City Opera. During those early years, he also worked for the Washington Opera Society, Turnau Opera, and Yonkers Playhouse. Johnson spent the 1964-1965 season in wardrobe for the APA/Phoenix Repertory Company in New York City.

After relocating to the Chicago area, Johnson earned his M.A. in Theatre from Northwestern University in 1967. The same year, he joined the staff of the Goodman Theatre, and served as its resident costume designer from 1969 to 1978.

In 1981, Johnson became associate professor and director of the Costume Design program for Goodman/DePaul School of Drama. He joined Northwestern’s Theatre Department faculty in 1985 and served as Department Chair from 2002 to 2004. He was guest curator of costume collections at Evanston Historical Society (1978-1990) and designed five costume exhibitions at the Chicago Historical Society. He narrated a historical fashion show at the Chicago Cultural Center (commissioned by the Chicago Fashion Exchange).

Johnson retired in 2007.

Scope and Content

The Virgil Johnson collection contains costume drawings, research, photographs and accompanying materials, covering the years 1967-2015. The drawings represent Johnson’s work at several Chicago area theaters, as well as the Missouri Repertory Theatre (now the Kansas City Repertory Theatre) and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. The collection includes designs for 21 productions at the Goodman Theatre, where Johnson was resident costume designer, 1969-1978.

Arrangement/Series Description

The materials in the Virgil Johnson Collection have been arranged into two series:

Series 1: Costume Designs and Productions


This series includes more than 1,000 drawings, sketches, fabric swatches, costume plots, research, production notes, programs, photographs, slides and promotional materials for productions from 1967 to 2012. Most of the drawings are watercolor and/or gouache on watercolor paper. Because they vary in size, the drawings have been arranged into small (a), medium (b), and large (c) boxes. One production (Goodman Theatre, 1985: The Government Inspector) contains drawings of a smaller, fourth size (d). Costume design for all productions was provided by Virgil C. Johnson unless otherwise noted. Records are described in the container list alphabetically by theater, then chronologically by production. Out-of-state theaters follow, arranged alphabetically by state, then by theater.

Box Summary by Theater

Illinois Theaters
American Girl Place, 2003, 2005 Box 1
Apollo Theatre, 1981 Box 1, Box 1b, Photo Box 1
Arlington Park Theatre, 1974 Box 1, Box 2b
Body Politic Theatre, 1981 Box 1, Box 1a, Box 11b
Chicago Opera Theatre, 1997 Box 1
Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, 1999-2011 Box 1-2, Box 6a-7a, Box 7b-9b, Photo Box 1, slides, electronic files, artifacts
Court Theatre, 1979 Box 2, Box 2b, slides
Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University, circa 1980 Slides
Goodman Theatre, 1968-1997 Box 2-4, Box 1a-2a, 8a, Box 2b-6b, 10b-11b, Box 1c-8c, Photo Box 1, slides, artifacts
Lyric Opera, 1976, 1989-1990, 2001, 2010 Box 4-5, Box 8a-10a, Box 10b, Box 9c-10c, Photo Box 1, slides, electronic files
Mercury Theater, 2000 Box 5, Box 10a-11a, Box 11b, Box 10c
Northlight Theater, 1987 Box 6, Box 3a
Ravinia Park, 1971-1972 Box 6, slides
Royal George Theatre, 2008-2009 Box 6
Steppenwolf Theatre Company, 1996-2012 Box 6-7, Box 4a, 11a, Box 10b-11b, Box 11c, Photo Box 1, electronic, slides
St. Nicholas Theatre Company, 1981 Box 4a
Victory Gardens, 1984 Box 7
Out of State Theaters
American Theatre Institute (Aspen, CO), 1968, 1975 Box 8
Colorado Shakespeare Festival (Boulder, CO), 1998 Box 8, slides
Pyramid Players (Aspen, CO), 1967 Box 8
Asolo (Sarasota, FL), 2012 Electronic files
Indiana Repertory Theatre (Indianapolis, IN), 1993 Box 8
Guthrie Theatre (Minneapolis, MN), 1980 Box 8, Box 6b, slides
Missouri Repertory Theatre (Kansas City, MO), 1985, 1990 Box 8, Box 5a, slides
Annenberg Center, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), 1978 Box 8
Dallas Opera House (Dallas, TX), 1992 Box 8
Skylight Opera Theatre (Milwaukee, WI), 1993 Box 8

Series 2: Exhibitions and Programs


This series features catalogs, programs, slides and promotional materials for events that included Virgil C. Johnson’s designs. Records are arranged alphabetically by institution, then chronologically by event.

Copyright associated with all materials is retained by the author.

Related Materials

Subject Headings

  • Johnson, Virgil C. – Archives.
  • Theaters – Illinois – Chicago – History – Sources.
  • Costume Designers – Illinois – Chicago – History – Sources.

Container List

Series 1: Costume Designs and Productions

American Girl Place

The American Girl Revue by Gretchen Cryer, 2003, 2005

Box 1 Folder 1 Programs, promotional material, 1998, 2003 November, undated

Apollo Theatre

Tintypes by Mary Kyte. Directed by Gary Pearle and Wayne Bryan, sets by David Emmons, lights Gary Heitz, 1981 August

Box 1 Folder 2 Tintypes. Program, 1981
Photo Box 1 Folder 1 Tintypes. Photographs (2), 1981

Tintypes. Drawings: 9 [dated 1983], gouache on brown Canson-like paper, 22” x 16,” circa 1981

Box 1b Folder 1 Charlie (with bags) [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 2 Charlie (with cigar) [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 3 Goldman, Emma
Box 1b Folder 4 Goldman, Emma [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 5 Held, Anna [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 6 Roo, Teddy
Box 1b Folder 7 Roo, Teddy [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 8 Susannah
Box 1b Folder 9 Susannah [with fabric swatch]

Tintypes. Working drawings: 15, colored pencil on mottled translucent vellum paper, 22” x 16,” circa 1981

Box 1b Folder 10 Charlie (with bags)
Box 1b Folder 10 Charlie (with cigar)
Box 1b Folder 11 Goldman, Emma [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 12 Goldman, Emma
Box 1b Folder 12 Held, Anna (with cape)
Box 1b Folder 12 Held, Anna (with fan)
Box 1b Folder 12 Held, Anna (with purple ribbons)
Box 1b Folder 12 Held, Anna (with white dress)
Box 1b Folder 13 Held, Anna [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 14 Roo, Teddy
Box 1b Folder 14 Susannah (standing)
Box 1b Folder 14 Susannah (walking)
Box 1b Folder 15 Susannah [with fabric swatch]
Box 1b Folder 16 Untitled 1 (female character – double sheet)
Box 1b Folder 16 Untitled 2 (male character)

Arlington Park Theatre

Dance on a Country Grave by Kelly Hamilton, based on a novel by Thomas Hardy. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by Daniel Adams, 1974

Box 1 Folder 3 Dance on a Country Grave. Program, 1974

Dance on a Country Grave. Drawings: 4, graphite and gouache on Canson heavyweight paper, 17.5” x 23,” circa 1974

Box 2b Folder 1 Ladies’ chorus
Box 2b Folder 1 Men’s chorus
Box 2b Folder 2 Principals (Thomasin, Wildeve, Eustacia)
Box 2b Folder 2 Thomasin and Mother

Body Politic Theatre

The Petrified Forest by Robert E. Sherwood. Directed by James O’Reilly, sets by Tony Norrenbrock, lights by Rita Pietraszek, 1981 September

Box 1 Folder 4 The Petrified Forest. Program, 1981
Box 11b Folder 1 The Petrified Forest. Poster, circa 1981
  Oversize Folder 1 The Petrified Forest, Matted drawing of set design by Tony Norrenbrock, circa 1981

The Petrified Forest. Drawings: 15, watercolor, watercolor pencil and ink on yellow paper with inclusions, 18” x 12,” circa 1981

Box 1a Folder 1 Chisholm, Mr.
Box 1a Folder 1 Hertzlinger, Bose
Box 1a Folder 1 Jackie
Box 1a Folder 1 Joseph
Box 1a Folder 1 Legionnaires (2)
Box 1a Folder 2 Mantee, Duke
Box 1a Folder 2 Maple, Gabby
Box 1a Folder 2 Maple, Gramps
Box 1a Folder 2 Maple, Jason
Box 1a Folder 2 Paula
Box 1a Folder 3 Pyles
Box 1a Folder 3 Ruby
Box 1a Folder 3 Squier, Alan
Box 1a Folder 3 Telegraph Lineman (arms folded)
Box 1a Folder 3 Telegraph Lineman (smoking cigarette)

The Petrified Forest. Working Drawings: 9, colored pencil on tracing paper, 18” x 12,” circa 1981

Box 1a Folder 4 Chisholm, Mrs.
Box 1a Folder 4 [Hertzlinger,] Boze
Box 1a Folder 4 Joseph
Box 1a Folder 4 Linemen (2)
Box 1a Folder 4 Mantee, Duke
Box 1a Folder 5 Maple, Gabby
Box 1a Folder 5 Maple, Gramps
Box 1a Folder 5 Paula
Box 1a Folder 5 Ruby

Chicago Opera Theatre

Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Directed by Charles Newell, sets by Todd Rosenthal, lights by Marcus Dillard, 1997 July

Box 1 Folder 5 Don Giovanni. Program, 1997 July

Chicago Shakespeare Theatre

Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2 by William Shakespeare. Directed by Barbara Gaines, sets by James Noone, lights by Donald Holder, 1999 February

Note: This was the final production produced under Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s former name, Shakespeare Repertory Theater.

Box 1 Folder 6 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Program, notes, Jeff Award nomination, 1999 February, undated
Photo Box 1 Folder 2 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Photographs (38), with negatives, circa 1999
  Slide 1.1-1.20 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Slides (20), circa 1999
artifact 2011.7 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Jeff Award for Costume Design, 1999

Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Drawings: 5, gouache and colored pencil on handmade paper, 19.75” x 13,” circa 1999

Box 6a Folder 1 Hal, Prince
Box 6a Folder 1 Henry IV, King
Box 6a Folder 1 Hotspur
Box 6a Folder 1 Percy, Lady
Box 6a Folder 1 Tearsheet, Doll

Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Working drawings: 9, colored pencil on tracing paper, 18.25” x 12” taped to paper 24” x 18,” circa 1999

Box 8c Folder 1 Hal, Prince
Box 8c Folder 1 Hal, Prince (with and without jacket)
Box 8c Folder 1 Henry IV, King
Box 8c Folder 2 Hotspur
Box 8c Folder 2 Hotspur in Court
Box 8c Folder 2 Glendower
Box 8c Folder 3 Percy, Lady
Box 8c Folder 3 Quickly, Mistress
Box 8c Folder 3 Quickly, Mistress (with jacket)

Love’s Labor’s Lost by William Shakespeare. Directed by Barbara Gaines, sets by Michael Philippi, 2002 September 13-November 17

Photo Box 1 Folder 3 Love’s Labor’s Lost. Photographs (3), 2002 September

Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare. Directed by Barbara Gaines, sets by Neil Patel, lights by Christopher Akerlind. 2005 January 7-March 20

Box 1 Folder 7 Measure for Measure. Program, teacher handbook, 2005 January 7-March 20
Box 1 Folder 8 Measure for Measure. Research (1 of 2), 2004-2005
Box 1 Folder 9 Measure for Measure. Research (2 of 2), 2004-2005
Photo Box 1 Folder 4 Measure for Measure. Photograph (1), 2005
  Slide 1.21-1.35 Measure for Measure. Slides (15), circa 2005

Measure for Measure. Drawings: 21, gouache and colored pencil on Canson paper, 18” x 12.75,” circa 2004-2005

Box 7b Folder 1 Abhorson [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 2 Angelo [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 3 Bernardine
Box 7b Folder 4 Claudio [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 5 Dancers at Mistress Overdone’s
Box 7b Folder 5 Dancers at Mistress Overdone’s (skirted)
Box 7b Folder 6 Elbow [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 7 Escalus
Box 7b Folder 8 Francisca [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 9 Froth [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 10 Guards and soldiers
Box 7b Folder 11 Isabella (as novice) [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 12 Isabella (with cape) [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 13 Juliet [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 14 Lucio [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 15 Mariana [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 16 Overdone, Mistress [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 17 Provost
Box 7b Folder 18 Thomas/Peter
Box 7b Folder 18 Vincentio [with fabric swatch]
Box 7b Folder 19 Vincentio disguised as Friar Loudovico

Measure for Measure. Working Drawings: 21, pencil on paper, 17” x 14,” circa 2004-2005

Box 7b Folder 1 Abhorson
Box 7b Folder 1 Angelo
Box 7b Folder 1 Angelo (with topcoat)
-- -- Angelo, see also Escalus and Angelo
Box 7b Folder 1 Claudio
Box 7b Folder 2 Dancers at Mistress Overdone’s
Box 7b Folder 2 Elbow
Box 7b Folder 2 Escalus and Angelo
Box 7b Folder 2 Francisca
Box 7b Folder 2 Guards and soldiers
Box 7b Folder 3 Isabella (as novice), Act I
Box 7b Folder 3 Isabella, Act I and Mariana disguise
Box 7b Folder 3 Isabella (nun’s habit)
Box 7b Folder 3 Juliet
Box 7b Folder 4 Lucio
Box 7b Folder 4 Mariana
Box 7b Folder 4 Mariana (with veil)
Box 7b Folder 4 Overdone, Mistress
Box 7b Folder 5 Provost
Box 7b Folder 5 Thomas/Peter
Box 7b Folder 5 Vincentio
Box 7b Folder 5 Vincentio disguised as Friar Loudovico

Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2 by William Shakespeare. Directed by Barbara Gaines, sets by Neil Patel, lights by Ken Billington, 2006

Box 1 Folder 10 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Programs, reviews for Royal Shakespeare Company “The Complete Works” Festival, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, 2006 July 6-15
Box 1 Folder 11 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Research (1 of 3), circa 2005-2006
Box 1 Folder 12 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Research (2 of 3), circa 2005-2006
Box 2 Folder 1 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Research (3 of 3), circa 2005-2006
Box 8b Folder 1 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Research, Bardolf, costume drawing by Desmond Heeley, 1965
Box 8b Folder 1 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Research, Falstaff, undated
Box 8b Folder 2 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Line drawing, notes, costume plot, undated
Box 2 Folder 2 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Jeff Award nomination, 2005-2006
Box 2 Folder 3 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Henry IV Parts One and Two by Jane Nicholl Sahlins, 2006
Photo Box 1 Folder 5 Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2. Photographs (23), circa 2005-2006

Henry IV, Part 1. Drawings: 11, gouache and colored pencil on Canson paper, 19.75” x 16” circa 2005-2006

-- -- Clarence, see Henry IV, King and…
-- -- Clarence, see Henry V, King and…
Box 8b Folder 3 Francis
-- -- Gloucester, see Henry IV, King and…
-- -- Gloucester, see Henry V, King and…
Box 8b Folder 3 Hal, Prince
Box 8b Folder 3 Hal, Prince and Poins
Box 8b Folder 3 Henry IV, King
Box 8b Folder 3 Henry IV, King and Clarence, Gloucester and John of Lancaster
Box 8b Folder 4 Henry V, King and Prince John Lancaster, Gloucester and Clarence
Box 8b Folder 4 Hotspur at Court
Box 8b Folder 4 Hotspur in Wales
-- -- Lancaster, Prince John, see Henry IV, King and…
-- -- Lancaster, Prince John, see Henry V, King and…
Box 8b Folder 4 Percy, Lady in Wales
-- -- Poins, see also Hal, Prince and Poins
Box 8b Folder 4 Quickly, Mistress
Box 8b Folder 4 Tearsheet, Doll

Henry IV, Part 2. Drawings: 33, gouache and colored pencil on Canson paper, 19.75” x 14,” circa 2005-2006

Box 8b Folder 5 Archibald, Lord Douglas
Box 8b Folder 5 Bardolph and Gadshill
-- -- Blunt, Sir Walter, see Hal, Prince, King Henry IV and Sir Blunt
-- -- Blunt, Sir Walter, see Westmorland, Earl of and Sir Blunt
-- -- Clarence, see Gloucester, Lancaster and Clarence
-- -- Coleville, Sir John, see Mowbray, Lord and Sir John Coleville
-- -- Davy, see Shallow, Silence and Davy
Box 8b Folder 5 Drawers, Tom and Dick
Box 8b Folder 5 Falstaff, Sir Johan and his Page, Eastcheap
Box 8b Folder 5 Fang and Snare
-- -- Gadshill, see Bardolph and Gadshill
-- -- Gertie, see Quickly, Mistress with Sadye and Gertie
-- -- Gertie, see Sadye and Gertie
Box 8b Folder 6 Glendower
Box 8b Folder 6 Glendower, Lady
Box 8b Folder 6 Gloucester, Lancaster and Clarence
Box 8b Folder 6 Gower and King’s soldiers
Box 8b Folder 6 Hal, Prince and Poins, Eastcheap
Box 8b Folder 7 Hal, Prince, King Henry IV and Sir Blunt
Box 8b Folder 7 Henry IV, King
-- -- Henry IV, King, see also Hal, Prince, King Henry IV and Sir Blunt
Box 8b Folder 7 Hotspur
Box 8b Folder 7 Hotspur and Lady Percy, Warkworth Castle
Box 8b Folder 7 Idiot and the Sweeper
-- -- Lancaster, see Gloucester, Lancaster and Clarence
Box 8b Folder 8 Mortimer, Edmund
Box 8b Folder 8 Mowbray, Lord and Sir John Coleville
Box 8b Folder 8 Musician in the Boarshead
Box 8b Folder 8 Northumberland, Earl of and Earl of Worcester
-- -- Page, see Falstaff, Sir Johan and his Page, Eastcheap
Box 8b Folder 8 Percy, Lady
-- -- Percy, Lady, see also Hotspur and Lady Percy, Warkworth Castle
Box 8b Folder 9 Peto and Sheriff
Box 8b Folder 9 Pistol
-- -- Poins, see Hal, Prince and Poins, Eastcheap
Box 8b Folder 9 Quickly, Mistress with Sadye and Gertie
Box 8b Folder 9 Rumor, Prologue, Part II
Box 8b Folder 9 Sadye and Gertie
-- -- Sadye, see also Quickly, Mistress with Sadye and Gertie
Box 8b Folder 10 Scroop, Richard (Archbishop of York)
Box 8b Folder 10 Shallow, Silence and Davy
-- -- Sheriff, see Peto and Sheriff
-- -- Silence, see Shallow, Silence and Davy
-- -- Sweeper, see Idiot and the Sweeper
Box 8b Folder 10 Tearsheet, Doll
Box 8b Folder 10 Vernon, Sir Richard
Box 8b Folder 11 Westmorland, Earl of
Box 8b Folder 11 Westmorland, Earl of and Sir Blunt
-- -- Worcester, see Northumberland, Earl of and Earl of Worcester
Box 8b Folder 11 Basic menswear
Box 8b Folder 11 Sample drawing

Amadeus by Peter Shaffer. Directed by Gary Griffin, sets by Dan Ostling, lights by Philip Rosenberg, 2008 September 6-November 9

Box 2 Folder 4 Amadeus. Program and promotional material, 2008
Box 2 Folder 5 Amadeus. Schedule, contact, Chicago Shakespeare Theater company information, 2008 July
Box 9b Folder 1 Amadeus. Costume plots, 2008 August 29
Box 9b Folder 2 Amadeus. Correspondence, undated
Box 2 Folder 6 Amadeus. Research (1 of 2), 2006-2008
Box 2 Folder 7 Amadeus. Research (2 of 2), 2006-2008
Photo Box 1 Folder 6 Amadeus. Photographs (3), 2008 September 17, undated

Amadeus. Drawings: 24, gouache and colored pencil on heavyweight paper, 22.25” x 10,” circa 2008

Box 9b Folder 3 Cavalieri, Katherina (green dress, arm raised) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 4 Cavalieri, Katherina (green dress, arms at sides) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 5 Cavalieri, Katherina (barefoot) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 6 Constanze (hands folded at waist)
Box 9b Folder 6 Constanze (back view)
Box 9b Folder 6 Constanze (holding bucket)
Box 9b Folder 7 Constanze (flower in hair) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 8 Constanze (wearing bonnet) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 9 Cook [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 10 Joseph II, Emperor of Austria [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 11 Mozart (back view)
Box 9b Folder 12 Mozart (blue coat) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 13 Orsini-Rosenberg, Count
Box 9b Folder 14 Salieri (mid-calf length jacket) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 15 Salieri (full coat) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 16 Salieri (bedclothes) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 17 Salieri, Theresa (dark hair) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 18 Salieri, Theresa (white hair) [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 19 Valet [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 20 Van Sweiten, Baron
Box 9b Folder 21 Venticello [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 22 Von Strack, Count [with fabric swatch]
Box 9b Folder 23 Underwear, all actresses
Box 9b Folder 23 Unidentified [kappelmeister]

Follies by James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim. Directed by Gary Griffin, sets by Kevin Depinet, lights by Christine Binder, 2011 October 4-November 6

Box 2 Folder 8 Follies. Program, promotional, clippings, calendar, 2011
Box 2 Folder 9 Follies. Research, 1971, 2011
Box 2 Folder 10 Follies. Jeff Award nomination and correspondence, 2011-2012
electronic Photograph 2.1-2.644 Follies. Act 1, photographs by Liz Lauren, 2011 October
electronic Photograph 2.645-2.1054 Follies. Act 2, photographs by Liz Lauren, 2011 October
artifact 2018.132 Follies. Jeff Award, 2011-2012

Follies. Drawings, 1971 Reunion: 9, gouache and colored pencil on gray Canson paper, 19.75” x 13,” circa 2011

Box 6a Folder 2 Campion, Carlotta [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 3 Deems, Stella [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 4 LaFitte, Solange [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 5 Plummer, Sally [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 6 Shiller, Heide [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 7 Stone, Phyllis [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 8 Walker, Hattie [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 9 Weisman’s “Date,” Chorus Girl [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 10 Whitman, Emily [with fabric swatch]

Follies. Drawings, Ghost showgirls: 3, gouache and colored paper on navy Canson paper, 19.75” x 13,” circa 2011

Box 6a Folder 11 Ghost showgirl, Follies sequence, flapper dress
Box 6a Folder 12 Ghost showgirl, parade costume [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 13 Ghost showgirl, preliminary sketches, 1 of 2 [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 14 Ghost showgirl, preliminary sketch, 2 of 2

Follies. Drawings, Loveland: 17, 19.75” x 14.5,” circa 2011

Box 6a Folder 15 Chorus, “Who’s That Woman” [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 16 Female dancers, “Live, Laugh, Love”
Box 6a Folder 16 Male dancers, “The Story of Lucy and Jessie”
Box 6a Folder 17 Margie, “Buddy’s Blues” [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 18 Plummer, Buddy, “Buddy’s Blues”
Box 6a Folder 19 Plummer, Sally, “Losing My Mind” [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 20 Sally, “Buddy’s Turn” [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 21 Stone, Ben, “Live, Laugh, Love”
Box 6a Folder 21 Stone, Phyllis, reworked and incomplete
Box 6a Folder 22 Stone, Phyllis, (12” x 18” tracing paper) [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 23 Women’s Chorus, Loveland Bridesmaid [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 24 Young Ben
Box 6a Folder 24 Young Buddy
Box 6a Folder 25 Young Sally [with color chips]
Box 6a Folder 26 Young Sally, “Loveland” [with fabric swatch]
Box 6a Folder 27 Young Phyllis [with color chips]
Box 6a Folder 28 Young Phyllis, “Loveland” [with fabric swatch]

Follies. Research images, 1971 Reunion, circa 2011

Box 7a Folder 1 Campion, Carlotta, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 2 Deems, Max, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 2 Deems, Stella, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 3 Durant Plummer, Sally, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 4 Ghost showgirl
Box 7a Folder 5 LaFitte, Solange, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 6 Plummer, Buddy, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 7 Roscoe, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 7 Shiller, Heide, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 8 Stone, Benjamin, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 8 Stone, Phyllis, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 9 Waiters/Waitresses, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 9 Weisman, Dimitri, 1971 reunion
Box 7a Folder 9 Weisman’s “Date,” Chorus Girl, 1971 Reunion
Box 7a Folder 9 Walker, Hattie, 1971 Reunion
Box 7a Folder 10 Whitman, Emily, 1971 Reunion
Box 7a Folder 10 Whitman, Theodore, 1971 Reunion

Follies. Research images, Loveland, circa 2011

Box 7a Folder 11 Plummer, Buddy, “Buddy’s Blues”
Box 7a Folder 11 Plummer, Sally, “Losing My Mind”
Box 7a Folder 12 Stone, Ben, “Live, Laugh, Love”
Box 7a Folder 12 Stone, Phyllis, “The Story of Lucy and Jessie”
Box 7a Folder 13 Men’s Chorus, “Loveland”
Box 7a Folder 14 Women’s Chorus, “Loveland”
Box 7a Folder 14 Women’s Chorus, “One More Kiss”
Box 7a Folder 14 Women’s Chorus, “Who’s That Woman”
Box 7a Folder 15 Young Ben
Box 7a Folder 15 Young Buddy
Box 7a Folder 16 Young Phyllis
Box 7a Folder 16 Young Phyllis, “Loveland”
Box 7a Folder 17 Young Sally
Box 7a Folder 17 Young Sally, “Loveland”
Box 7a Folder 18 Research reproductions, Ziegfeld Follies, unidentified, circa 1920s

Court Theatre

Hamlet by William Shakespeare and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard. Directed by Robert Benedetti, sets by Linda Buchanan, lights by Robert Shook, 1979 July 5-September 2

Box 2 Folder 11 Hamlet and… Program, 1979 July 5-Sepbetmer 2
  Slide 1.36-1.41 Hamlet and… Slides (6), circa 1979

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. Directed by Nicholas Rudall, sets by Linda Buchanan, lights by Rita Pietraszek, 1994 February 25-April 3

Box 2 Folder 12 The Importance of Being Earnest. Program, 1994 February. Jeff award nomination, 1994 September 22

The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry. Directed by Charles Newell, sets by Todd Rosenthal, lights by Shannon McKinney, 1997 March 7-May 4

Box 2 Folder 13 The Philadelphia Story. Program, 1997 March

The Philadelphia Story. Drawings: 8, charcoal, watercolor, gouache, pastel and pencil on light orange Canson Mi-Teintes, 12.75” x 19.5,” circa 1996-1997

-- -- Butler, see Maid and butler, Acts I, II, III
Box 2b Folder 3 Imrie, Liz, Acts I-III [with fabric swatch and magazine sample]
Box 2b Folder 4 Imrie, Liz, Act II (brown dress) [with fabric swatch and magazine sample]
Box 2b Folder 5 Imrie, Liz, Act II (pastel dress) [with magazine sample]
Box 2b Folder 6 Lord, Dinah, Act I [with fabric swatch and magazine sample]
Box 2b Folder 7 Lord, Dinah, Act II [with fabric swatch and magazine sample]
Box 2b Folder 8 Lord, Margaret, Act I [with fabric swatch and magazine sample]
Box 2b Folder 9 Lord, Tracy, Act I [with fabric swatch and magazine sample]
Box 2b Folder 10 Maid and butler, Acts I, II, III

Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University

Rivals. circa 1980

  Slide 1.42-1.53 Rivals. Slides (12), circa 1963

Goodman Theatre

A Flea in Her Ear by Georges Feydeau. Directed by Warren Enters, sets by Marc Cohen, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, 1968 May 3-May 29

Box 2 Folder 14 A Flea in Her Ear. Program, 1968 May 3-29
  Slide 1.54-1.60 A Flea in Her Ear. Slides (7), circa 1968

Tom Paine by Paul Foster. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, 1969 March 28-April 26

Box 2 Folder 14 Tom Paine. Program, 1969 March 28-April 26
  Slide 1.61-1.69 Tom Paine. Slides (9), circa 1969

The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde. Adapted and directed by Kelly Danford. Sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by G.E. Naselius, 1969 July 8-August 16

Box 2 Folder 14 The Canterville Ghost. Program, 1969 July 8-August 16

You Can’t Take It with You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Directed by Edward Payson Call, sets by Marc Cohen, lights by G.E. Naselius, 1969 December 1-21

Box 2 Folder 15 You Can’t Take It with You. Program, 1969 December 1-21
  Slide 1.70-1.75 You Can’t Take It with You. Slides (6), circa 1969

You Can’t Take It with You. Drawings: 16, ink and acrylic on tracing film with rub-on lettering, 14” x 10.125,” circa 1969

Box 1a Folder 6 Alice, Act I-1; Act II
Box 1a Folder 6 Alice, Act I-2
Box 1a Folder 6 Alice and Tony, Act III (with jacket)
Box 1a Folder 6 Alice and Tony, Act III (with sweater)
Box 1a Folder 7 Ed, Acts I-1 & II; Acts I-2 & III
Box 1a Folder 7 Essie, Act I-1, 2
Box 1a Folder 7 G-Men (3), Act II
Box 1a Folder 7 Grandpa, Acts II & III; Acts I-1, 2
Box 1a Folder 8 Henderson, Wilbur, Act I-1, and Penny, Act III
Box 1a Folder 8 Kirby, Mr., Act III
Box 1a Folder 8 Kirby, Mrs., Act II
Box 1a Folder 8 Kirby, Mr. and Mrs., and Tony Kirby, Act II
Box 1a Folder 9 Olga, Grand Duchess, Act III
Box 1a Folder 9 Penny, Act I-1; Act I-2
-- -- Penny, Act III, see also Henderson, Wilbur, Act I-1 and Penny, Act III
Box 1a Folder 9 Rheba, Acts I-II & III; Act II
-- -- Tony, see Alice and Tony, Act III
Box 1a Folder 9 Wellington, Gay, Act II

A Doctor in Spite of Himself by Moliere. Adapted by Aurand Harris. Directed by Bella Atkin, sets by Norbert Fencl, lights by Joseph Pohnan, 1970 March 28-May 24

Box 2 Folder 16 A Doctor in Spite of Himself. Program, 1970 March 28-May 24
Box 2 Folder 17 A Doctor in Spite of Himself. Review, “Mod Moliere for Children,” by Shirley Lowry, circa 1970

A Doctor in Spite of Himself. Drawings: 18, gouache, Letraset, pencil and marker on construction paper, 12” x 9,” circa 1970

Box 1a Folder 10 Albert
Box 1a Folder 10 Geronte
Box 1a Folder 10 Henriette
Box 1a Folder 10 Jacqueline
Box 1a Folder 11 Leandre
Box 1a Folder 11 Leandre as apothecary
Box 1a Folder 11 Louise
Box 1a Folder 11 Lucas
Box 1a Folder 12 Lucinde
Box 1a Folder 12 Martine
Box 1a Folder 12 Marguerite
Box 1a Folder 13 Nicole
Box 1a Folder 13 Prologue as Batman
Box 1a Folder 13 Robert
Box 1a Folder 14 Sganarelle
Box 1a Folder 14 Sganarelle as a doctor
Box 1a Folder 14 Suzanne
Box 1a Folder 14 Valere

Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets by Marc Cohen, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, 1970 May 25-June 28

Box 2 Folder 18 Heartbreak House. Program, 1970 May 25-June 28
Photo Box 1 Folder 7 Heartbreak House. Photographs (2), 1970
  Slide 1.76-1.103 Heartbreak House. Slides (28), circa 1970

Heartbreak House. Drawings: 2, watercolor, gouache, Letraset, marker and graphite on Mingei paper, 17” x 13,” circa 1970

Box 1a Folder 15 Dunn, Ellie, Acts II, III
Box 1a Folder 15 Utterword, Lady, Acts II, III

The Three Penny Opera by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets by James Maronek, lights by G.E. Naselius, 1970 October 12-November 15

Box 2 Folder 19 The Three Penny Opera. Program, 1970 October 12-November 15
  Slide 1.104-1.112 The Three Penny Opera. Slides (9), circa 1970

Poor Bitos by Jean Anouilh, translated by Lucienne Hill. Directed by Douglas Campbell, sets by Marc Cohen, lights by Wayne Tignor, 1971 April 12-May 16

Note: Each actor in this production plays dual characters. Some of the drawings represent the costume modifications for the dual characters. In addition, most drawings feature the costumes for more than one actor. The following list of dual characters is transcribed from the program:

Maxime (Saint Just)
Philippe (Jesuit Father)
Charles [Revolution]
Julien (Danton)
Lila (Marie Antoinette)
Amanda (Madame Tallien)
Vulturne (Mirabeau)
Brassac (Tallien)
Deschamps (Camille Desmoulins)
Victoire (Lucille Desmoulins)
Bitos (Robespierre)
Joseph [Revolution]
Delanoue (Merda)
Robespierre as a child [no drawing]

Box 2 Folder 20 Poor Bitos. Program, 1971 April 12-May16
  Slide 1.113-1.119 Poor Bitos. Slides (7), circa 1971

Poor Bitos. Swatches: 3 loose fabric swatches, glued together, undated

Box 1c Folder 1 Swatches

Poor Bitos. Drawings: 8, graphite, gouache, pastel or colored pencil and marker on Ingres (multiple colors), circa 1971

-- -- Amanda, see Tallien, Brassac, Amanda, and Amanda (with cape)
Box 1c Folder 2 Bitos, Jesuit Father, Act I, and Philippe [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Brassac, see Tallien, Brassac, Amanda, and Amanda (with cape)
Box 1c Folder 3 Charles, Act I, Charles as Revolution, Act II-1, Joseph as Revolution, Act II-1, and Joseph, Act I [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Danton, see Deschamps, Camille Desmoulins, Danton, and Julien
Box 1c Folder 4 Deschamps, Camille Desmoulins, Danton, and Julien [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Desmoulins, Camille, see Deschamps, Camille Desmoulins, Danton, and Julien
Box 1c Folder 5 Desmoulins, Mme. and Victoire [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Jesuit Father, see Bitos, Jesuit Father (Act I), and Philippe
-- -- Joseph, see Charles, Act 1, Charles as Revolution, Act II-1, Joseph as Revolution, Act II-1, and Joseph, Act I
Box 1c Folder 6 Lila/Marie Antoinette [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Marie Antoinette, see Lila/Marie Antoinette
-- -- Maxime, see St. Juste, Maxime, and Merda
-- -- Merda, see St. Juste, Maxime, and Merda
-- -- Mirabeau, see Vulturne and Count Mirabeau, Act II-1
-- -- Philippe, see Bitos, Jesuit Father, Act I, and Philippe
Box 1c Folder 7 St. Juste, Maxime, and Merda [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 8 Tallien, Brassac, Amanda, and Amanda (with cape) [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Victoire, see Desmoulins, Mme and Victoire
Box 1c Folder 9 Vulturne and Count Mirabeau, Act II-1

Assassination, 1865 by Stuart Vaughan. Directed by Stuart Vaughan, sets by Sandro LaFerla, lights and special effects by Bengt Nygren, 1971 October 26-November 28

Box 3 Folder 1 Assassination, 1865. Program, 1971 October 26-November 28
  Slide 1.120-1.138 Assassination, 1865. Slides (19), circa 1971

Assassination, 1865. Drawings: 2, gesso and oil on Crescent illustration board, 14 7/8” x 20,” circa 1971

Box 2b Folder 11

Harris, T.M., General; Gen. August Kuntz; Gen. David Hunter;

Gen. Foster; Gen. Lew Wallace

Box 2b Folder 13 (2) Soldiers; Gen. Joseph Holt; Col. H.L. Burnett; John A. Bingham

The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber. Directed by Douglas Seale, sets by James Maronek, lights by Jerrold Gorrell, 1972 January 20-February 27

Box 3 Folder 2 The Royal Family. Program, 1972 January 20-February 27
Box 3 Folder 3 The Royal Family. “Royal Family” pen and ink drawing of costume designer, Virgil C. Johnson by Ferruccio Garavaglia, 1971
  Slide 1.139-1.153 The Royal Family. Slides (15), circa 1972

The Royal Family. Drawings: 3, acrylic or oil with silverleaf on Crescent board, 15” x 10.125,” circa 1972

Box 1a Folder 16 Dean, Kitty, Act II
Box 1a Folder 17 Gwen, Act I
Box 1a Folder 18 Gwen, Act III

The Ruling Class. Directed by Patrick Henry, sets by Sandro LaFerla, lights by Wayne Tignor, 1972 March 2-April 9

  Slide 1.154-1.170 The Ruling Class. Slides (17), circa 1972

In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Heinar Kipphardt. Directed by Gene Lesser, sets by Robert U. Taylor, lights by William Mintzer, 1973 January 7-February 11

Box 3 Folder 4 In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer. Program, 1973 January 7-February 11

Twentieth Century by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, with Bruce Millholland. Directed by William Woodman, sets and lights by Clarke Dunham, 1973 February 16-March 25

Box 3 Folder 5 Twentieth Century. Program, 1973 February 16-March 25
  Slide 1.171-1.196 Twentieth Century. Slides (26), circa 1973

Twentieth Century. Drawings: 12, ink and acrylic or oil on colored Crescent board, 20” x 16,” circa 1973

Box 3b Folder 1 (2) Beards
Box 3b Folder 2 Clark, Matthew and Max Jacobs
Box 3b Folder 3 Conductor (New York Central) and Train Secretary
Box 3b Folder 4 Flannagan and (Pullman) Porter
Box 3b Folder 5 Garland, Lily, Act II
Box 3b Folder 6 Garland, Lily, Act III (evening gown)
Box 3b Folder 7 Garland, Lily, Act III (robe)
-- -- Gateman, see Waiter, 2 Redcaps, and Gateman
Box 3b Folder 8 Highland, Anita
-- -- Jacobs, Max, see Clark, Matthew and Jacobs, Max
Box 3b Folder 9 Jaffe, Oscar, Acts II & III
Box 3b Folder 10 Johnson, Dr.
-- -- Porter, see Flannagan and (Pullman) Porter
-- -- Redcaps, see Waiter; 2 Redcaps; Gateman
Box 3b Folder 11 Smith, George
-- -- Train Secretary, see Conductor (New York Central) and Train Secretary
Box 3b Folder 12 Waiter, 2 Redcaps, and Gateman

Henry IV by William Shakespeare. Three-act adaptation by Richard Matthews. Directed by William Woodman, sets and lights by Peter Wexler, 1974 March 29-May 5

Box 3 Folder 5 Henry IV. Program, 1974 March 29-May 5
  Slide 1.197-1.228 Henry IV. Slides (32), circa 1974

Henry IV. Drawings: 14, graphite, gouache, acrylic and marker on dusty speckled pink Gainsborough paper, 19” x 24.75,” circa 1975

-- -- Davy, see Francis, Acts I-II, Davy, Acts II-III & Messenger, Act II
Box 1c Folder 10 Earl of Northumberland, Acts I, I-2, III-1 and Owen Glendower, Act II-3 [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 11 Earl of Warwick, Acts I, II, III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 12 Earl of Westmoreland, Acts I, II, III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 13 Earl of Worchester, Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 14 Francis, Acts I, II, Davy, Acts II, III and Messenger, Act II [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Glendower, Owen, see Earl of Northumberland, Acts I, I-2, III-1 and Owen Glendower, Act II-3
Box 1c Folder 15 King Henry IV, Acts I, II, III [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Messenger, see Francis, Acts I, II, Davy, Acts II, III and Messenger, Act II
-- -- Messenger [Carrier], see Servant to Percy, Act I-4, Wart, Act II-IV and Messenger [Carrier], Act II
Box 1c Folder 16 Mortimer, Edmund, Acts I, II-3 and Justice Silence, Acts II-4, III-5, 6 [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Northumberland, Lady, see Whore [Tavern Wench], Act I, Nun [Sister of Mercy] & Lady Northumberland, Act III-1
Box 1c Folder 17 Percy, Harry [Henry], Acts I-2-4, II-3, 5-7, 8
Box 1c Folder 18 Percy, Lady, Acts I-4, II-3 [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 19 Prince Hal, Acts I-3, 5, II-1, 2, 6, 8, III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 20 Prince John, Acts I-III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 21 Quickly, Mistress, Act I & Doll Tearsheet, Acts I-III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1c Folder 22 Servant to Percy, Act I-4, Wart, Act II-4 and Messenger [Carrier], Act II
-- -- Silence, Justice, see Mortimer, Edmund, Acts I, II-3 and Justice Silence, Acts II-4, III-5-6
-- -- Tearsheet, Doll, see Quickly, Mistress, Act I & Doll Tearsheet, Acts I-III
-- -- Wart, see Servant to Percy, Act I-4, Wart, Act II-4 & Messenger [Carrier], Act II
Box 1c Folder 23 Whore [Tavern Wench], Act I, Nun [Sister of Mercy] & Lady Northumberland, Act III-1 [with fabric swatch]

Henry IV. Working drawings: 1, graphite, gouache and acrylic on dusty speckled pink Gainsborough paper, 17.75” x 22,” circa 1974

Box 1c Folder 24 Untitled (8 characters)

The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Tyrone Guthrie and Leonid Kipnis. Directed by Brian Murray, sets by David Mitchell, lights by Patricia Collins, 1974 October 4-November 10

Box 3 Folder 7 The Cherry Orchard. Program, 1974 October 4-November 10
  Slide 1.129-1.246 The Cherry Orchard. Slides (18), circa 1974

The Cherry Orchard. Drawings: 26, gouache and pencil on heavy laid watercolor paper in rose, green, and cream, 20” x 13.25,” circa 1974

Box 3b Folder 13 Anya, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 3b Folder 14 Anya, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 3b Folder 15 Anya, Act III [with fabric swatch]
Box 3b Folder 16 Anya, Act IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 3b Folder 17 Dunyasha, Act I [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Dunyasha, Act II, see also Yasha, Act II and Dunyasha, Act II
Box 3b Folder 18 Dunyasha, Act III
Box 3b Folder 18 Firs, Acts III, IV
Box 4b Folder 1 Ivanovna, Charlotta, Acts I, IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 2 Ivanovna, Charlotta, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 3 Ivanovna, Charlotta, Act III [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 4 Lopahin, Acts III, IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 5 Passerby, Act II
Box 4b Folder 6 Ranevskaya, Madame, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 7 Ranevskaya, Madame, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 8 Ranevskaya, Madame, Act III [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 9 Ranevskaya, Madame, Act IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 10 Simeonoff-Pishchik, Acts I, II, IV
Box 4b Folder 11 Trofimov, Acts I-IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 12 Untitled (variation on Charlotta Ivanovna, Act III)
Box 4b Folder 13 Varya, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 14 Varya, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 15 Varya, Act III, IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 4b Folder 16 Yasha, Acts I, IV
Box 4b Folder 16 Yasha, Act II and Dunyasha, Act II
Box 4b Folder 16 Yasha and Yepihodov, Act III
Box 4b Folder 16 Yepihodov, Act II
-- -- Yepihodov, Act III, see Yasha and Yepihodov, Act III

Devil’s Disciple by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by William Woodman, sets by James Maronek, lights by Patrician Collins, 1976 May 7-June 13

Devil’s Disciple. Broadside: 1, signed “M.E. 1976,” 16 ¾” x 11 ¾”

Box 2c Folder 4 Devil’s Disciple. Broadside, promotional poster, circa 1976
  Slide 1.247-1.253 Devil’s Disciple. Slides (7), circa 1976

Devil’s Disciple. Drawings: 11, graphite, colored pencil and watercolor on rose-flecked peach Ingres paper, 19” x 24.25,” circa 1976

-- -- Anderson, Judith, see Anderson, Reverend, Acts I-II and                    

Judith Anderson, Acts II-III

Box 2c Folder 1 Anderson, Reverend, Acts I-II and Judith Anderson, Acts II-III
-- -- Brudenell, Mr., see (2) Privates and Mr. Brudenell, Act III                   

Burgoyne, General, see Swindon, Major and General Burgoyne, Act III

-- -- Dudgeon, Christy, see Dudgeon, Mrs., Act I, Essie and Christy Dudgeon, Acts I-III
Box 2c Folder 1 Dudgeon, Dick, Acts I- III
Box 2c Folder 1 Dudgeon, Mrs., Act I, Essie and Christy Dudgeon, Acts I-III
-- -- Dudgeon, Mrs., see also Hawkins, Lawyer and Mrs. Dudgeon, Act I
-- -- Dudgeon, Mrs. Titus, see Dudgeon, Uncle William, Mrs. William, Titus and Mrs. Titus Dudgeon, Act I
-- -- Dudgeon, Titus, see Dudgeon, Uncle William, Mrs. William, Titus and Mrs. Titus Dudgeon, Act I
-- -- Dudgeon, Mrs. William, see Dudgeon, Uncle William, Mrs. William, Titus and Mrs. Titus Dudgeon, Act I
Box 2c Folder 1 Dudgeon, Uncle William, Mrs. William, Titus and Mrs. Titus Dudgeon, Act I
-- -- Essie, see Dudgeon, Mrs., Act I, Essie and Christy Dudgeon, Acts I-III
Box 2c Folder 2 Executioner, Private and Townsfolk (1 man, 1 woman), Act III
Box 2c Folder 2 Hawkins, Lawyer and Mrs. Dudgeon, Act I
-- -- Private, see Executioner, Private and Townsfolk (1 man, 1 woman), Act III
Box 2c Folder 2 (2) Privates and Sergeant, Acts II-III
Box 2c Folder 2 (2) Privates and Mr. Brudenell, Act III
-- -- Sergeant, see (2) Privates and Sergeant, Acts II-III
Box 2c Folder 3 Swindon, Major and General Burgoyne, Act III
-- -- Townsfolk, see Executioner, Private and Townsfolk (1 man, 1 woman), Act III
Box 2c Folder 3 Townspeople, Act III
Box 2c Folder 3 Untitled (3 male characters, 1 female)

Long Day’s Journey into Night by Eugene O’Neill. Directed by George Keathley, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by F. Mitchell Dana, 1976 November 12-December 19

Box 3 Folder 8 Long Day’s Journey into Night. Program, 1976 November 12-December 19
  Slide 1.154-1.273a Long Day’s Journey Into Night. Slides (20), circa 1976

Long Day’s Journey into Night. Drawings: 9, ink, gouache and acrylic [?] on green recycled paper [maybe Canson or Strathmore], mounted on Crescent board, circa 1976

Box 4b Folder 17 Cathleen
Box 4b Folder 18 Edmund
Box 4b Folder 19 Jamie (with bow tie)
Box 4b Folder 20 Jamie (with vest)
Box 5b Folder 1 Mother (with bedclothes)
Box 5b Folder 2 Mother (with lavender dress)
Box 5b Folder 3 Mother (with shawl)
Box 5b Folder 4 Tyrone (with hat)
Box 5b Folder 5 Tyrone (with pocket watch)

Don Juan by Moliere, translated by Christopher Hampton. Directed by William Woodman, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by Gilbert V. Hemsley, Jr., 1977 May 6-June 12

Box 3 Folder 9 Don Juan. Program, 1977 May 6-June 12
Box 3 Folder 10 Don Juan. Correspondence, undated
Box 11b Folder 2 Don Juan. Paint elevations by John Jensen, 1977 [Note: Jensen left the show and was replaced by Joseph Nieminski]
  Slide 1.274-1.287 Don Juan. Slides (14), circa 1977

Don Juan. Drawings: 3, color ink and gouache on watercolor paper, 15” x 11,” circa 1977

Box 8a Folder 1 Alonso, Don
Box 8a Folder 1 Elvira, Donna
Box 8a Folder 1 Pierrot

Don Juan. Drawings: 17, color ink and gouache on watercolor paper, 15” x 11,” circa 1977

Box 1a Folder 19 Beggar
Box 1a Folder 19 Carlos, Don
Box 1a Folder 19 Dimanche, M.
Box 1a Folder 20 Elvira, Donna
Box 1a Folder 20 Guzman
Box 1a Folder 20 Juan, Don
Box 1a Folder 21 Juan, Don (in white robe)
Box 1a Folder 21 Louis, Don
Box 1a Folder 21 Mathurine
Box 1a Folder 22 Sganarelle
Box 1a Folder 22 Squire
Box 1a Folder 22 Untitled 1 (Male character with boots and sword)
Box 1a Folder 23 Untitled 2 (Male character with brown cape and dagger)
Box 1a Folder 23 Untitled 3 (Male character with dagger and cloak)
Box 1a Folder 23 Untitled 4 (Male character with keys and pitcher, reading note)
Box 1a Folder 24 Untitled 5 (Male character in suit of armor)
Box 1a Folder 24 Untitled 6 (Statues of woman and skeleton with hourglasses)

Don Juan. Illustration: 1, watercolor and colored pencil on watercolor paper, mounted on board, 14” x 11,” circa 1977

Box 1a Folder 25 Don Pedro

The Sea Gull by Anton Chekhov, adapted by Jean-Claude van Itallie. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by Pat Collins, 1977 November 11-December 18

Box 3 Folder 11 The Sea Gull. Program, 1977 November 11-December 18
  Slide 1.288-1.295 The Sea Gull. Slides (8) circa 1977

The Sea Gull. Drawings: 25, graphite, watercolor and gouache on tan Canson-type paper, 16” x 11,” circa 1977

Box 5b Folder 6 Arkadina, Act II
Box 5b Folder 6 Arkadina, Act III
Box 5b Folder 6 Arkadina, Act IV (“bright dress”)
Box 5b Folder 6 Arkadina, Act IV (“traveling ensemble”)
Box 5b Folder 7 Dorn, Dr., Acts I-IV
Box 5b Folder 7 Dorn, Dr., Act II
Box 5b Folder 7 Masha, Acts I-III
Box 5b Folder 7 Medvedenko, Acts I-IV
Box 5b Folder 8 Nina, Act I (green dress)
Box 5b Folder 8 Nina, Act I (white gown)
Box 5b Folder 8 Nina, Acts II-III
Box 5b Folder 8 Nina, Act IV
Box 5b Folder 9 Paulina, Acts I-IV
Box 5b Folder 9 Paulina, Acts II-III
Box 5b Folder 9 Shamrayev, Acts I-III
Box 5b Folder 9 Shamrayev, Act IV
Box 5b Folder 10 Sorin, Acts I-II
Box 5b Folder 10 Sorin, Act IV
Box 5b Folder 10 Treplev, Act I
Box 5b Folder 10 Treplev, Acts II-III
Box 5b Folder 11 Treplev, Act IV
Box 5b Folder 11 Trigorin, Acts I-II
Box 5b Folder 11 Trigorin, Act III
Box 5b Folder 11 Trigorin, Act IV
Box 5b Folder 11 Yakov, Acts I, III-IV

The Sea Gull. Character Study (Arkadina): 5, graphite, watercolor, and gouache on gold Canson-type paper, 16.25” x 21.125,” circa 1977

Box 5b Folder 12 Arkadina, Act I
Box 5b Folder 12 Arkadina, Act II
Box 5b Folder 12 Arkadina, Act III
Box 5b Folder 13 Arkadina, Act IV (cape)
Box 5b Folder 13 Arkadina, Act IV (light dress)

The Sea Gull. Illustration: 1, watercolor and gouache on board, with tracing vellum, 14” x 11,” circa 1977

Box 5b Folder 14 Arkadina, Act I

Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare. Directed by William Woodman, sets by Herbert Senn and Helen Pond, lights by Stephen Ross, 1978 February 10-March 19

Box 3 Folder 12 Much Ado about Nothing. Program, 1978 February 10-March 19
Photo Box 1 Folder 8 Much Ado about Nothing. Photographs (1), 1978
  Slide 1.296-1.315 Much Ado about Nothing. Slides (20), circa 1978

Much Ado about Nothing Drawings: 12, watercolor, gouache, pencil, colored pencil, ink and some acrylic on Canson Montgolfier paper, 19.625” x 25.5,” circa 1978

Box 2c Folder 5 Beatrice, Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 6 Benedict [sic], Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 7 Borachio and Conrade, Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 8 Claudio, Acts I, II
-- -- Conrade, see Borachio and Conrade, Acts I, II
-- -- Friar Francis, see Sexton and Friar [Francis], Act II
Box 2c Folder 9 Hero, Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 10 John, Don, Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 11 Margaret, Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 12 Messenger, Act I
-- -- Musicians, see Servants [and Musicians], Acts I, II
Box 2c Folder 13 Servants [and Musicians], Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 14 Sexton and Friar [Francis], Act II
Box 2c Folder 15 Ursula, Acts I, II [with fabric swatch]
Box 2c Folder 16 Watch[men], Act II [with fabric swatch]

Plenty by David Hare. Directed by Gregory Mosher, sets by Marjorie Kellogg, lights by Jennifer Tipton, 1981 February 27-April 5

Box 3 Folder 13 Plenty. Program, 1981 March. Goodman Guide, 1981
Box 11b Folder 3 Plenty. Poster, circa 1981
Photo Box 1 Folder 9 Plenty. Photographs (1), 1981
  Slide 1.316-1.337 Plenty. Slides (22), circa 1981

Plenty. Drawings: 33, watercolor, watercolor pencils, pencil (graphite) and ink on Western, mottled white paper, 16” x 12.5,” circa 1981

Box 2a Folder 1 Alice, Act I-1, 10
Box 2a Folder 1 Alice, Act I-4
Box 2a Folder 1 Alice, Act I-6
Box 2a Folder 2 Alice, Act I-7 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 3 Alice, Act I-8 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 4 Begley, John, Act I-9
Box 2a Folder 5 Brock, Raymond, Act I-3, 4 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 6 Brock, Raymond, Act I-7
Box 2a Folder 6 Brock, Raymond, Act I-8
Box 2a Folder 7 Charleson, Sir Andrew, Act I-9 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 8 Darwin, Leonard, Act I-3 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 9 Darwin, Leonard, Act I-7
Box 2a Folder 9 French Farmer, Act I-12
Box 2a Folder 9 Frenchman, Act I-2
Box 2a Folder 9 Frey, Dorcas, Act I-8
Box 2a Folder 10 Lazar, Act I-2
Box 2a Folder 10 Lazar, Act I-11
Box 2a Folder 10 Louise, Act I-6
Box 2a Folder 10 Mick, Act I-5, 6
Box 2a Folder 11 Susan, Act I-1, 10 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 12 Susan, Act I-1, 10
Box 2a Folder 12 Susan, Act I-2
Box 2a Folder 12 Susan, Act I-3
Box 2a Folder 13 Susan, Act I-3 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 14 Susan, Act I-5 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 15 Susan, Act I-6 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 16 Susan, Act I-7
Box 2a Folder 17 Susan, Act I-7 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 18 Susan, Act I-8 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 19 Susan, Act I-9 with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 20 Susan, Act I-11
Box 2a Folder 21 Susan, Act I-12 [with fabric swatch]
Box 2a Folder 22 Wong, Mr. and Mrs., Act I-7 [with fabric swatch]

Plenty. Working Drawings: 18, pastel and ink on onionskin paper, 16” x 12.5,” circa 1981

Box 2a Folder 23 Alice, Act I-1, 10
Box 2a Folder 23 Alice, Act I-4
Box 2a Folder 23 Alice, Act I-6
Box 2a Folder 23 Alice, Act I-7
Box 2a Folder 23 Alice, Act I-8
Box 2a Folder 24 Brock, Raymond, Act I-3, 4
Box 2a Folder 24 Brock, Raymond, Act I-7
Box 2a Folder 24 Brock, Raymond, Act I-8
Box 2a Folder 24 Susan, Act I-1, 10
Box 2a Folder 24 Susan, Act I-2
Box 2a Folder 25 Susan, Act I-3
Box 2a Folder 25 Susan, Act I-5
Box 2a Folder 25 Susan, Act I-6
Box 2a Folder 25 Susan, Act I-7
Box 2a Folder 26 Susan, Act I-8
Box 2a Folder 26 Susan, Act I-9
Box 2a Folder 26 Susan, Act I-11
Box 2a Folder 26 Susan, Act I-12

The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, translated by Milton Ehre and Fruma Gottschalk. Directed by Frank Galati, sets by Michael Merritt, lights by Kevin Rigdon, 1985 October 4-November 10

Box 3 Folder 14 The Government Inspector. Program, 1985 October 4-November 10
Box 3 Folder 15 The Government Inspector. Costume plots, circa 1985
Box 3 Folder 16 The Government Inspector. Notes on fabric supply stores, circa 1985
Photo Box 1 Folder 10 The Government Inspector. Photographs (7), circa 1985
  Slide 1.338-1.377 The Government Inspector. Slides (40), circa 1985
artifact 2011.5 The Government Inspector. Jeff Award for Costume Design, 1985-1986

The Government Inspector. Fabric swatches: 1 bundle, fixed together with safety pin, undated

Box 6b Folder 1 Fabric swatches (5), undated

The Government Inspector. Drawings: 39, gouache, colored pencils, graphite and watercolor on translucent vellum tracing paper, 18.75” x 12.5,” circa 1985

Box 6b Folder 2 Anna, Act I-a
Box 6b Folder 2 Anna, Act I-b
Box 6b Folder 2 Anna, Act III
Box 6b Folder 2 Anna, Act IV
Box 6b Folder 2 Anna, Act V
Box 6b Folder 3 Avdotya, Acts I-II-III
Box 6b Folder 3 Bobchinsky, Acts I-V
Box 6b Folder 3 Director of Charities, Acts I-III
Box 6b Folder 3 Director of Charities, Acts IV-V
Box 6b Folder 4 Dobchinsky, Acts I-V
Box 6b Folder 4 Gypsy, Acts II-III
Box 6b Folder 4 Heubner, Dr., Act I
Box 6b Folder 4 Judge, Acts I-III
Box 6b Folder 4 Judge, Act IV
Box 6b Folder 5 Khlestakov (with butterfly), Acts II-III-IV
Box 6b Folder 5 Khlestakov (with pockets turned), Acts II-III-IV
Box 6b Folder 5 Korobkin and Wife, Act V
Box 6b Folder 5 Locksmith’s Wife, Act IV
Box 6b Folder 6 Marya, Act I-a
Box 6b Folder 6 Marya, Act I-b
Box 6b Folder 6 Marya, Act III
Box 6b Folder 6 Marya, Acts IV-V
Box 6b Folder 6 Marya, Act V
Box 6b Folder 7 Mayor, Act I
Box 6b Folder 7 Mayor, Acts I-II-III
Box 6b Folder 7 Mayor, Acts IV-V
Box 6b Folder 7 Mishka, Acts I-III-IV
Box 6b Folder 8 Osip, Act II
Box 6b Folder 8 Osip, Act III-IV
Box 6b Folder 8 Passerby, Act IV
Box 6b Folder 8 Policemen 1 and 2, Acts I-III-IV
Box 6b Folder 9 Postmaster, Acts I-V
Box 6b Folder 9 Shopkeepers 1 and 3
Box 6b Folder 9 Shopkeepers 2 and 4
Box 6b Folder 9 Superintendent of Schools, Acts I-III
Box 6b Folder 10 Superintendent of Schools, Acts IV-V
Box 6b Folder 10 Superintendent of Schools’ Wife, Act V
Box 6b Folder 10 Ukhovyortov, Acts I-V
Box 6b Folder 10 Waiter, Acts II-III

The Government Inspector. Photocopies: 22, photocopies of costume drawings with fabric swatches, circa 1985

Box 1d Folder 1 Anna, Act I-a [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 2 Anna, Acts I-b [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 3 Anna, Act III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 4 Anna, Act IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 5 Anna, Act V [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 6 Avdotya, Acts I-III
Box 1d Folder 7 Bobchinsky, Acts I-V [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 8 Dobchinsky, Acts I-V [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 9 Gypsy, Acts II-III
Box 1d Folder 9 Khlestakov, Acts II-IV
Box 1d Folder 10 Khlestakov (with butterfly), Acts II-IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 11 Khlestakov (with top hat), Acts II-IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 12 Korobkin and Wife, Act V [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 13 Locksmith’s Wife, Acts IV [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 14 Marya, Act I-a [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 15 Marya, Act I-b [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 16 Marya, Act III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 17 Marya, Act IV-V [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 18 Marya, Act V
Box 1d Folder 19 Mayor, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 20 Mayor, Acts I-III [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 21 Mayor, Acts IV-V [with fabric swatch]
Box 1d Folder 22 Superintendent of Schools’ Wife, Act V [with fabric swatch]

The Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare. Directed by Frank Galati, sets by John Conklin, lights by Jennifer Tipton, 1990 January 12-February 17

Box 3 Folder 17 The Winter’s Tale. Program, 1990 January 12-February 17
Box 11b Folder 4 The Winter’s Tale. Poster, circa 1990
  Slide 1.378-1.399 The Winter’s Tale. Slides (22), circa 1990

The Winter’s Tale. Drawings: 40, pencil, gouache and colored pencil on light tan Canson-like watercolor paper, 19” x 12.75,” circa 1990

Box 3c Folder 1 Amelia and Flower girls, Act I-1, 2, 3
Box 3c Folder 1 Antigonus with Lords, Acts II-3, III-2
Box 3c Folder 1 Antigonus and Mariner, Act III-3
Box 3c Folder 1 Antigonus as Time, Act IV-1
Box 3c Folder 2 Autolycus, Act IV-3, 4
Box 3c Folder 2 Autolycus, Act V-2
-- -- Archidamus, see Polixenes, Archidamus and Camillo, Acts I-1, 2, II-1 and Polixenes, Camillo and Archidamus, Acts IV-1, 2 and V-1, 3
-- -- Camillo, see Polixenes, Archidamus and Camillo, Acts I-1, 2 and II-1, Polixenes and Camillo, Act IV-4 and Polixenes, Camillo and Archidamus, Acts IV-1, 2 and V-1, 3
-- -- Cleomenes, see Leontes, Dion and Cleomenes, Act V-3
Box 3c Folder 2 Cleomenes and Dion, Act III-1, 2
-- -- Clown, see Shepherd, Old and Clown, Act III-3 and Shepherd, Old and Clown, Act IV-3, 4
Box 3c Folder 2 Courtiers, Acts I-2, II-1 (blue)
Box 3c Folder 3 Courtiers, Acts I-2, II-1 (green)
Box 3c Folder 3 Courtiers, Acts I-2, II-1 (peach)
Box 3c Folder 3 Courtiers, Acts I-2, II-1 (red)
Box 3c Folder 3 Courtiers, Acts I-2, II-1 (yellow)
-- -- Desdemona, see Mamillius and [Desdemona], Act I-1, 2, 3
-- -- Dion, see Cleomenes and Dion, Act III-1, 2 and Leontes, Dion and Cleomenes, Act V-3
Box 3c Folder 4 Dorcas and Shepherd, Act IV-4
Box 3c Folder 4 Emilia and Lady in waiting, Acts II-2, 3 and III-2
Box 3c Folder 4 Emilia and (2) Lords, Act V-1, 2, 3
Box 3c Folder 4 Farmer, Old and Wife, Act IV-4
-- -- Florizel, see Perdita and Florizel, Act V-1, 3
-- -- Flower girls, see Amelia and Flower girls, Act I-1, 2, 3
Box 3c Folder 5 Gaoler [Jailer] and Guards, Acts II-2, 3 and III-1, 2
-- -- Girl, see Shepherd, Young and Girl, Act IV-4
-- -- Guards, see Gaoler [Jailer] and Guards, Acts II-2, 3 and III-1, 2
Box 3c Folder 5 Hermione, Act III-2
Box 3c Folder 5 Hermione, Act III-3
Box 3c Folder 5 Hermione, Act V-3
-- -- Lady in waiting, see Emilia and Lady in waiting, Acts II-2, 3 and III-2
Box 3c Folder 6 Leontes, Acts II-3 and III-2, 3
Box 3c Folder 6 Leontes, Dion and Cleomenes, Act V-3
-- -- Lords, see Antigonus with Lords, Acts II-3, III-2 and Emilia and (2) Lords, Act V-1, 2, 3
Box 3c Folder 6 Mamillius and [Desdemona], Act I-1, 2, 3
Box 3c Folder 6 Mamillius and Nurse, Act II-1
Box 3c Folder 6 Mariner, see Antigonus and Mariner, Act III-3
Box 3c Folder 7 Mopsa and Shepherd, Act IV-4
Box 3c Folder 7 Musicians [Servants], Act IV-4
-- -- Nurse, see Mamillius and Nurse, Act II-1
Box 3c Folder 7 Paulina, Act II-2, 3 and III-2
Box 3c Folder 7 Paulina, Act V-1, 3
Box 3c Folder 8 Perdita and Florizel, Act V-1, 3
Box 3c Folder 8 Polixenes, Archidamus and Camillo, Acts I-1, 2 and II-1
Box 3c Folder 8 Polixenes and Camillo, Act IV-4
Box 3c Folder 8 Polixenes, Camillo and Archidamus, Acts IV-1, 2 and V-1, 3
Box 3c Folder 9 Satyr dance, Act IV-4
-- -- Servants, see Musicians [Servants], Act IV-4
Box 3c Folder 9 Servants to the Kings, Acts II-3, III-2, IV-2
-- -- Shepherd, see Dorcas and Shepherd, Act IV-4 and Mopsa and Shepherd, Act IV-4
Box 3c Folder 9 Shepherd, Old and Clown, Act III-3
Box 3c Folder 9 Shepherd, Old and Clown, Act IV-3, 4
Box 3c Folder 10 Shepherd, Young and Girl, Act IV-4
-- -- Time, see Antigonus as Time, Act IV-1
Box 3c Folder 10 Trial crowd, Act III-2 (2 men, 1 woman)
Box 3c Folder 10 Trial crowd, Act III-2 (2 women and bishop)
Box 3c Folder 10 Unrelated characters (Othello & Iago), Act I-1, 2, 3

Winter’s Tale. Working drawings: 1, graphite and colored pencil, circa 1990

Box 3c Folder 11 Florizel and Perdita, Act IV [with fabric swatch]

The Visit by Friedrich Duerrenmat, adapted by Maurice Valency. Directed by David Petrarca, sets by Paul Steinberg, lights by James F. Ingalls, 1991 April 26-June 2

Box 3 Folder 18 The Visit. Program, 1991 April 26-June 2
Photo Box 1 Folder 11 The Visit. Photographs (6), 1991
  Slide 1.400-1.413 The Visit. Slides (14), circa 1991

The Visit. Drawings: 36, charcoal/pencil, watercolor, gouache and metallic ink (tempera or gouache) on watercolor (maybe blotter) paper, 19.625” x 15,” circa 1991

Box 4c Folder 1 Athlete, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 1 Bobby, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 1 Butcher, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 2 Doctor, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 2 [Karl] Schill’s son, Acts I-II
Box 4c Folder 2 [Karl] Schill’s son, Act III
Box 4c Folder 3 Koby and Loby, Acts I-II
Box 4c Folder 3 Laborer, Acts I-III
-- -- Loby, see Koby and Loby, Acts I-II
-- -- Max, see Mike and Max, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 3 Mayor, Acts I-II
Box 4c Folder 4 Mayor, Acts II-III
Box 4c Folder 4 Mayor’s wife, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 4 Mayor’s wife, Act II
Box 4c Folder 5 Mike and Max, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 5 [Ottilie] Schill’s daughter, Act I
Box 4c Folder 5 [Ottilie] Schills daughter, Act II
Box 4c Folder 6 [Ottilie] Schill’s daughter, Act III
Box 4c Folder 6 Pastor, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 6 Pedro, Act I
Box 4c Folder 7 Pedro, Act II
Box 4c Folder 7 Policeman, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 7 Schill, Anton, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 8 Schill, Anton, Act II
Box 4c Folder 8 Schill, Mrs.
Box 4c Folder 8 Schill, Mrs., Acts I-II
Box 4c Folder 9 School teacher, Act I
Box 4c Folder 9 Sign painter, Act I
Box 4c Folder 9 Sign painter, Act II-III
Box 4c Folder 10 Station master, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 10 Street youth, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 10 Townswoman [no. 1], Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 11 Townswoman [no. 2], Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 11 Zachanassian, Claire, Act I (blouse)
Box 4c Folder 11 Zachanassian, Claire, Act I (jacket)
Box 4c Folder 12 Zachanassian, Claire, Acts I-III
Box 4c Folder 12 Zachanassian, Claire, Act II
Box 4c Folder 12 Zachanassian, Claire, Act III

The Visit. Costume plots: 3, pencil and black ink on diazotype paper, 20.25” x 24”, and 1 photocopy with highlighter, circa 1991

Box 4c Folder 13 Act I
Box 4c Folder 13 Act II
Box 4c Folder 13 Act III
Box 4c Folder 14 Acts I-III (1 chart)

Richard II by William Shakespeare. Directed by David Petrarca, sets by Russell Metheny, lighting design by James Ingalls, 1994 January 14-February 19

Box 3 19 Richard II. Program, 1994 January
Box 3 20 Richard II. Dressing sheets, 1994 January 8
Box 3 21 Richard II. Scenic story boards, circa 1994 January
Box 8c Folder 4 Richard II. Costume plot
Box 8c Folder 4 Richard II. Photos mounted on board
  Slide 1.414-1.415 Richard II. Slides (2), circa 1994 January

Richard II. Working Drawings: 5, pencil on tracing paper, 22” x 17,” circa 1993-1994

Box 8c Folder 5 Gloucester, Duchess (in mourning), Act I
Box 8c Folder 5 Gloucester, Duchess, Act I-2
Box 8c Folder 5 Unidentified uniform drawings (3)

Richard II. Character mood boards: 23, collage with ink, 20”x 26,” circa 1993-1994

-- -- Abbot of Westminster, see Bishop of Carlisle and Abbot of Westminster
Box 10b Folder 1 Aumerle (I)
Box 10b Folder 1 Aumerle (II)
-- -- Aumerle, see York, Duke (II)
Box 10b Folder 1 Bagot
Box 10b Folder 1 Berkeley, Scroop, Salisbury
Box 10b Folder 2 Bishop of Carlisle and Abbot of Westminster
Box 10b Folder 2 Bolingbroke (I)
Box 10b Folder 2 Bolingbroke (II)
Box 10b Folder 2 Bolingbroke’s Court
Box 10b Folder 3 Bushy
Box 10b Folder 3 Gardeners and groom
Box 10b Folder 3 Gaunt and Duke of York (I)
Box 10b Folder 3 Gloucester, Duchess
Box 10b Folder 4 Green
-- -- Heralds, see Ross…
Box 10b Folder 4 Keeper
Box 10b Folder 4 Ladies in waiting
-- -- Mowbray, see Ross…
Box 10b Folder 4 Northumberland, Earl
Box 10b Folder 5 Palace servants
-- -- Percy, see Ross…
Box 10b Folder 5 Queen
Box 10b Folder 5 Richard II, King (I)
Box 10b Folder 5 Richard II, King (II)
Box 10b Folder 6 Ross, Willoughby, Percy, Mowbray and Heralds
-- -- Salisbury, see Berkeley, Scroop, Salisbury
-- -- Scroop, see Berkeley, Scroop, Salisbury
-- -- Willoughby, see Ross…
Box 10b Folder 6 York, Duke (II)
-- -- York, Duke, see also Gaunt and Duke of York (I)
-- -- York, Duchess, see York, Duke (II)

A Little Night Music by Steven Sondheim. Directed by Michael Maggio, sets by John Lee Beatty, lights by Michael S. Philippi, 1994 June 17-August 21

Box 3 Folder 22 A Little Night Music. Program, Jeff Award nomination, 1994
Box 3 Folder 23 A Little Night Music. Set design notes, 1994
Box 3 Folder 24 A Little Night Music. Research (1 of 2), circa 1994
Box 3 Folder 25 A Little Night Music. Research (2 of 2), circa 1994
Box 7c Folder 16 Costume plot, Act I-II, circa 1994
Box 7c Folder 17 Promotional poster, circa 1994
  Slide 1.416-1.421 A Little Night Music. Slides (6), circa 1994
artifact 2011.6 A Little Night Music. Jeff Award for Costume Design, 1994

A Little Night Music. Drawings: 38, gouache, watercolor, some pencil and colored pencil on handmade watercolor-weight paper with inclusions, 19.875” x 12.75,” circa 1994

Box 5c Folder 1 Anderson [sic], Mrs.
Box 5c Folder 2 Armfeldt, Desiree, Prologue
Box 5c Folder 2 Armfeldt, Desiree, Act I (lace dress)
Box 5c Folder 3 Armfeldt, Desiree, Act I (negligee) [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 4 Armfeldt, Desiree, Act I (“Wonderful Life”) [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 5 Armfeldt, Desiree, Acts I-II (ball gown)
Box 5c Folder 5 Armfeldt, Desiree (negligee)
Box 5c Folder 5 Armfeldt, Desiree (“Wonderful Life”)
Box 5c Folder 6 Armfeldt, Fredrika, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 7 Armfeldt, Fredrika, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 8 Armfeldt, Madame, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 9 Armfeldt, Madame, Acts I-II
Box 5c Folder 10 Armfeldt, Madame, Act II
Box 5c Folder 10 Egerman, Anne, Act I (evening dress) [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 11 Egerman, Anne, Act I (wrapper over nightgown) [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 12 Egerman, Anne, Act I (finale)
Box 5c Folder 13 Egerman, Anne, Act II (dance dress) [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 14 Egerman, Anne, Act II (white linen) [with fabric swatch]
Box 5c Folder 15 Egerman, Fredrik, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 1 Egerman, Fredrik, Acts I-II
Box 6c Folder 2 Egerman, Fredrik, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 3 Egerman, Henrik, Acts I-II [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 4 Egerman, Henrik, Act II [with fabric swatch]
-- -- Erlanson, Mr., see Segstrom, Mrs. & Mr. Erlanson
Box 6c Folder 5 Frid, Act II (livery)
Box 6c Folder 5 Frid, [Act II] (“Miller’s Son”)
-- -- Lindquist, Mr., see Nordstrom, Mrs. & Mr. Lindquist
Box 6c Folder 5 Malcolm, Carl-Magnus, Count, Act I (tails)
Box 6c Folder 6 Malcolm, Carl-Magnus, Count, Act I (uniform) [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 7 Malcolm, Carl-Magnus, Count, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 8 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act I (boudoir robe) [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 9 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act I (visiting dress)
Box 6c Folder 9 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act I (finale)
Box 6c Folder 9 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act II (opening number)
Box 6c Folder 10 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act II (dinner dress)
Box 6c Folder 10 Nordstrom, Mrs. & [Mr. Lindquist], Acts I-II
Box 6c Folder 10 Petra, Act I
Box 6c Folder 11 Petra, [Act II] (“Miller’s Son”)
Box 6c Folder 11 Petra, Act II (opening number)
Box 6c Folder 11 Segstrom, Mrs. & [Mr. Erlanson], Acts I-II

A Little Night Music. Working Drawings: 35, colored pencil on ClearPrint tracing paper, 17” x 20,” circa 1994

Box 6c Folder 12 Anderson [sic], Mrs. [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 13 Armfeldt, Desiree, Prologue
Box 6c Folder 13 Armfeldt, Desiree, Act I (negligee)
Box 6c Folder 13 Armfeldt, Desiree, Act I (theatre scene)
Box 6c Folder 13 Armfeldt, Desiree, Act I (“Wonderful Life”)
Box 6c Folder 13 Armfeldt, Desiree, Acts I-II
Box 6c Folder 13 Armfeldt, Desiree, Act II
Box 6c Folder 14 Armfeldt, Mme, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 6c Folder 15 Armfeldt, Mme, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 1 Bertrand, Act I
Box 7c Folder 1 Bertrand, Acts I-II
-- -- Bertrand, see also Frid and Bertrand, Act II
Box 7c Folder 1 Egerman, Anne, Act I (at home)
Box 7c Folder 1 Egerman, Anne, Act I (theatre)
Box 7c Folder 2 Egerman, Anne, Act I Finale [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 3 Egerman, Anne, Act II (dinner)
Box 7c Folder 3 Egerman, Anne, Act II (garden)
Box 7c Folder 3 Egerman, Frederick [sic], Act I
Box 7c Folder 3 Egerman, Frederick [sic], Act II
Box 7c Folder 3 Egerman, Henrik, Act I
Box 7c Folder 3 Egerman, Henrik, Act II
Box 7c Folder 4 Erlanson, Mr. & Mrs. Segstrom [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 5 Frid, Act II
Box 7c Folder 5 Frid and Bertrand, Act II
-- -- Lindquist, Mr., see Nordstrom, Mrs. & Mr. Lindquist
Box 7c Folder 6 Malcolm, Carl-Magnus, Count [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 7 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Prologue [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 8 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act I (at home) [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 9 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act I (visits the Egerman house) [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 10 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act I Finale [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 11 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act II (dinner)
Box 7c Folder 12 Malcolm, Charlotte, Countess, Act II (motoring costume) [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 13 Malla
Box 7c Folder 14 Nordstrom, Mrs. and Mr. Lindquist [with fabric swatch]
Box 7c Folder 15 Osa
Box 7c Folder 15 Petra, Acts I-II
Box 7c Folder 15 Petra, Act II
-- -- Segstrom, Mrs., see Erlanson, Mr. and Mrs. Segstrom

As You Like It by William Shakespeare. Directed by Michael Maggio, sets by John Culbert, lights by Kevin Rigdon, 1997 September 29-October 25

Box 4 Folder 1 As You Like It. Program, 1997
Box 8a Folder 2 As You Like It. Costume plots, circa 1997
Box 4 Folder 2 As You Like It. Research (1 of 2), circa 1997
Box 4 Folder 3 As You Like It. Research (2 of 2), circa 1997

As You Like It. Drawings: 9, gouache and colored pencil on Canson paper, 19.75” x 12.25,” circa 1997

Box 8a Folder 3 Audrey, Act III
Box 8a Folder 4 Celia, Act I
Box 8a Folder 4 Celia, Act II
Box 8a Folder 4 Celia, Acts II, IV-V
Box 8a Folder 4 Celia, Act V
Box 8a Folder 5 Orlando, Act II
Box 8a Folder 5 Phoebe, Act V
Box 8a Folder 5 Rosalind, Act II
Box 8a Folder 5 Rosalind, Act V

As You Like It. Working drawings: 32, colored pencil and ink on tracing papers 17” x 14” mounted to paper 24” x 18,” circa 1997

Box 8c Folder 6 Amiens, Act II
-- -- Amiens, #2, see also Duke, Spring
Box 8c Folder 6 Audrey, #3
-- -- Audrey, see also Touchstone and Audrey, Act V
Box 8c Folder 6 Celia, Wedding
-- -- Celia, see also Rosalind and Celia, Act I
-- -- Celia, see also Rosalind and Celia, Banished, Act I
-- -- Celia, see also Rosalind and Celia, Camisole/Corset
-- -- Celia, see also Rosalind and Celia, #3
Box 8c Folder 7 Charles the Wrestler, Act I
Box 8c Folder 7 Charles the Wrestler, Act I-2
-- -- Corin, see Silvius, #2 and Corin, #3
-- -- Corin, see Silvius, #3 and Corin, #4, Act V
Box 8c Folder 7 Dennis, #1
Box 8c Folder 8 Duke, Winter
Box 8c Folder 8 Duke, Spring
Box 8c Folder 8 Frederick, #1, at Court
Box 8c Folder 9 Jacques, #1, #2
Box 8c Folder 9 Le Beau, #1
Box 8c Folder 9 Lords and Ladies, Act I
Box 8c Folder 10 Musicians
-- -- Old Adam, #1, see Orlando, #1
-- -- Old Adam, #3, see Orlando, #3
-- -- Old Adam, #4, see Orlando, #4
Box 8c Folder 10 Oliver, #1
Box 8c Folder 10 Oliver, #3 and Wedding Suit, Act V
Box 8c Folder 11 Oliver (cassock)
Box 8c Folder 11 Orlando, #1
Box 8c Folder 11 Orlando, #3
Box 8c Folder 12 Orlando, #4
Box 8c Folder 12 Phoebe, Act V
Box 8c Folder 12 Rosalind, Wedding
Box 8c Folder 13 Rosalind and Celia, Act I
Box 8c Folder 13 Rosalind and Celia, Banished, Act I
Box 8c Folder 13 Rosalind and Celia, Camisole/Corset
Box 8c Folder 13 Rosalind and Celia, #3
Box 8c Folder 14 Silvius, #2 and Corin, #3
Box 8c Folder 14 Silvius, #3 and Corin, #4, Act V
Box 8c Folder 14 Slain Deer Dancer
Box 8c Folder 15 Touchstone, #1
Box 8c Folder 15 Touchstone, #2, Act II
Box 8c Folder 15 Touchstone and Audrey, Act V
Box 8c Folder 15 William, Act V

Lyric Opera

The Rake’s Progress by Igor Stravinsky. Directed by George Keathley, sets by James Maronek, lights by Joan Sullivan, 1976 May 28-June 5

[Note: In conjunction with Lyric Opera of Chicago]

Box 4 Folder 4 The Rake’s Progress. Program, reviews, 1976
  Slide 1.422-1.429 The Rake’s Progress. Slides (8), circa 1976

The Fan by Lee Goldstein. Directed by Charles Kondek, sets by James Morgan, lights by Todd Hensley, 1989 June 17

Box 4 Folder 5 The Fan. Program, review, 1989 June 17

The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe by Dominick Argento. Directed by Frank Galati, sets by John Conklin, lights by Duane Schuler, 1990 October 27-November 3

Box 4 Folder 6 The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe. Program, promotional, reviews, 1990
Box 4 Folder 7 The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe, libretto by Charles Nolte, published by Boosey & Hawkes, 1976
  Oversize Folder 2 The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe. Poster, circa 1990
Photo Box 1 Folder 12 The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe. Photograph (1), circa 1990
  Slide 1.430-1.461 The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe. Slides (32), circa 1990
    See also: Dallas Opera House, Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe, 1992
    See also: Costume at the Turn of the Century, 1990-2015, exhibition catalog, Moscow, 2015. Features Johnson’s designs, page 291

The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe. Drawings: 15, acrylic, and colored pencil collage on watercolor paper, 19.5” x 15,” circa 1990

Box 10b Folder 7 Allan, Mr., Act I-2
Box 10b Folder 7 Allan, Mrs., Act I-2
Box 10b Folder 7 Clemm, Mrs., Act I-4
Box 10b Folder 7 Dance Chorus (skirt), Act I-5
Box 10b Folder 7 Dance Chorus (tuxedo), Act I-5
Box 10b Folder 8 Minister, Act I-4
Box 10b Folder 8 Nancy, Aunt, Act I-2
Box 10b Folder 8 Poe, Granny, Act I-4
Box 10b Folder 8 Rosie, Act I-4
Box 10b Folder 8 Ship Captain, Act I-1
Box 10b Folder 9 Ship Captain, Act I-3
Box 10b Folder 9 Singer, Act I-5
Box 10b Folder 9 Theater Director, Act I-1
Box 10b Folder 9 Virginia, Act I-4
Box 10b Folder 9 Willie, Act I-4

Lovers and Friends by Michael John LaChiusa. Directed by David Petrarca, sets by Todd Rosenthal, lights by Christine Binder, 2001 June 29-30

Box 4 Folder 8 Lovers and Friends. Program, promotional material, reviews, 2001 June 29-July 12

Lovers and Friends. Drawings: 14, pencil and collage on heavyweight paper, 25.75” x 19.75,” circa 2001

Box 9c Folder 1 B.E.
Box 9c Folder 1 B.E. (blue paper)
Box 9c Folder 1 Baruch, [Nimrod]
Box 9c Folder 1 Cross, Babbitt
Box 9c Folder 1 Cross, Babbitt (blue paper)
Box 9c Folder 2 Cross, Lucy
Box 9c Folder 2 Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters
Box 9c Folder 2 Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters (blue paper)
Box 9c Folder 2 Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters (mounted)
Box 9c Folder 3 Isis
Box 9c Folder 3 Isis (blue paper)
-- -- Isis, see also Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters
Box 9c Folder 3 Laughlin, Betsy
Box 9c Folder 3 [Laughlin], Betsy (blue paper)
Box 9c Folder 3 [Laughlin, Senator] Michael (blue paper)
-- -- Laughlin, Betsy, see also Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters
Box 9c Folder 3 Montoya, Edgar

Lovers and Friends. Reproductions: 9, 25.75” x 19.75,” circa 2001

Box 9c Folder 4 B.E.
Box 9c Folder 4 Baruch, [Nimrod]
Box 9c Folder 4 Cross, Babbitt
Box 9c Folder 4 Cross, Lucy
Box 9c Folder 4 Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters
Box 9c Folder 6 Isis
-- -- Isis, see also Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters
Box 9c Folder 6 Laughlin, Betsy
-- -- Laughlin, Betsy, see also Cross, Lucy, Isis and Betsy as the Andrews Sisters
Box 9c Folder 6 Laughlin, Senator
Box 9c Folder 6 Montoya, Edgar

Macbeth by Giuseppe Verdi. Directed by Barbara Gaines, sets by James Noone, lights by Robert Wierzel, 2010 October

Box 4 Folder 9 Macbeth. Program, promotional material, 2010-2011
Box 4 Folder 10 Macbeth. Opening night, program, promotional, invitation, 2010 October 1
Box 4 Folder 11 Macbeth, Academy of Music libretto, circa 1863
Box 4 Folder 12 Macbeth, G. Schirmer, Inc. libretto, 1959
Box 4 Folder 13 Macbeth. Contact sheets, correspondence, measurements, 2009-2010
Box 4 Folder 14 Macbeth. Character scene breakdown, 2009 August 28-2010 September 22
Box 4 Folder 15 Macbeth. Schedule, 2010 March, August
Box 4 Folder 16 Macbeth. Costume contractors, costume chart, wigs/facial hair, 2010 March
Box 4 Folder 17 Macbeth. Stage management, rehearsal requests, correspondence, 2010 September
Box 4 Folder 18 Macbeth. Research images, female, undated
Box 4 Folder 19 Macbeth. Research images, male, undated
Box 4 Folder 20 Macbeth. Cut drawings, reproductions [See also: Macbeth. Drawings (rejected)], circa 2009-2010
Box 10c Folder 6 Macbeth. Costume plots, circa 2010
Box 10c Folder 6 Macbeth. Preliminary projection ideas for Birnam Wood, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 1 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (1 of 10), principal singers-male, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 2 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (2 of 10), principal singers-female, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 3 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (3 of 10), singers comprimarios, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 4 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (4 of 10), male chorus 1-40, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 5 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (5 of 10), female chorus 1-30, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 6 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (6 of 10), actors, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 7 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (7 of 10), super children, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 8 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (8 of 10), Act I, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 9 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (9 of 10), Act II, circa 2009-2010
Box 5 Folder 10 Macbeth costume renderings, master binder (10 of 10), loose lying, circa 2009-2010
Photo Box 1 Folder 13 Macbeth. Costume photos, female (1 of 2), circa 2010
Photo Box 1 Folder 14 Macbeth. Costume photos, female (2 of 2), circa 2010
Photo Box 1 Folder 15 Macbeth. Costume photos, male (1 of 2), circa 2010
Photo Box 1 Folder 16 Macbeth. Costume photos, male (2 of 2), circa 2010
Photo Box 1 Folder 17 Macbeth. Photographs (9), circa 2010
electronic Photograph 2.1055-2.1083 Macbeth. Photographs by Dan Rest, 2010 September

Macbeth. Drawings: 127, colored pencil and gouache on Fabriano paper, 18” x 13,” circa 2009-2010

Box 8a Folder 6 Apparition 1, King Duncan
Box 8a Folder 6 Apparition 2, pregnant witch
Box 8a Folder 6 Apparition 3, Fleance as King
Box 8a Folder 7 Banquo
Box 8a Folder 7 Banquo and Fleance, Duncan’s arrival
Box 8a Folder 7 Banquo and Fleance, murder
Box 8a Folder 7 Banquo and MacDuff
Box 8a Folder 7 Banquo, Lady, Duncan’s arrival
Box 8a Folder 7 Banquo, Lady, scene 12 finale
Box 8a Folder 7 Banquo, Lady, banquet
Box 8a Folder 8 Children’s Chorus, Duncan’s arrival
Box 8a Folder 8 Duncan, King
-- -- Duncan, King, see also Apparition 1, King Duncan
Box 8a Folder 8 Fleance
-- -- Fleance, see also Apparition 3, Fleance as King
-- -- Fleance, see also Banquo and Fleance, Duncan’s arrival
-- -- Fleance, see also Banquo and Fleance, murder
Box 8a Folder 8 Lady in waiting
-- -- Lady in waiting, see also Banquo Lady, scene 12 finale
Box 8a Folder 9 Macbeth
Box 8a Folder 9 Macbeth, (with dagger)
Box 8a Folder 9 Macbeth, undressed
Box 8a Folder 9 Macbeth, scene 21
Box 8a Folder 10 Macbeth, scene 41 and 44
Box 8a Folder 10 Macbeth, shirt detail (working drawing) 12” x 19”
Box 8a Folder 10 Macbeth, vest detail (working drawing) 12” x 19”
Box 8a Folder 11 Macbeth, Lady, white night gown
Box 8a Folder 11 Macbeth, Lady, death of Duncan
Box 8a Folder 11 Macbeth, Lady, red negligee
Box 8a Folder 11 Macbeth, Lady, banquet (with wrap)
Box 8a Folder 12 Macbeth, Lady, banquet
Box 8a Folder 12 Macbeth, Lady, banquet (working drawing) 12” x 19”
Box 8a Folder 12 MacDuff (with child)
Box 8a Folder 12 MacDuff
-- -- MacDuff, see also Banquo and MacDuff
Box 8a Folder 13 MacDuff’s daughters, Duncan’s arrival
Box 8a Folder 13 MacDuff’s daughters, undressed
Box 8a Folder 13 MacDuff, Lady, Duncan’s arrival
Box 8a Folder 13 MacDuff, Lady, undressed
Box 8a Folder 13 MacDuff, Lady, banquet
Box 8a Folder 14 Malcolm (purple cape)
Box 8a Folder 14 Malcolm (white cape)
Box 8a Folder 14 Male Actor, Servant 1
Box 8a Folder 14 Male Actor, Servant 2
Box 8a Folder 15 Male Actor, Soldier 1
Box 8a Folder 15 Male Actor, Soldier 2
Box 8a Folder 15 Male Actor, Soldier 3
Box 9a Folder 1 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 1
Box 9a Folder 1 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 2
Box 9a Folder 1 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 3
Box 9a Folder 1 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 4
Box 9a Folder 2 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 5
Box 9a Folder 2 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 6
Box 9a Folder 2 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 7
Box 9a Folder 2 Men’s Chorus, Banquet 8
Box 9a Folder 3 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 1
Box 9a Folder 3 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 2
Box 9a Folder 3 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 3
Box 9a Folder 3 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 4
Box 9a Folder 4 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 5
Box 9a Folder 4 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 6
Box 9a Folder 4 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 7
Box 9a Folder 4 Men’s Chorus, Murderer 8
Box 9a Folder 5 Men’s Chorus, Refugee 1
Box 9a Folder 5 Men’s Chorus, Refugee 2
Box 9a Folder 5 Men’s Chorus, Refugee 3
Box 9a Folder 5 Men’s Chorus, Refugee 4
Box 9a Folder 6 Men’s Chorus, Soldiers 1
Box 9a Folder 6 Men’s Chorus, Soldiers 2
Box 9a Folder 6 Men’s Chorus, Soldiers 3
Box 9a Folder 6 Men’s Chorus, Soldiers 4
Box 9a Folder 7 Men’s Chorus, Undressed 1
Box 9a Folder 7 Men’s Chorus, Undressed 2
Box 9a Folder 7 Men’s Chorus, Undressed 3
Box 9a Folder 7 Men’s Chorus, Undressed 4
Box 9a Folder 8 Men’s Chorus, Undressed 5
Box 9a Folder 8 Men’s Chorus, Undressed 6
Box 9a Folder 8 Men’s Chorus, Undressed 7
Box 9a Folder 9 Refugees, Male 1
Box 9a Folder 9 Refugees, Male 2
Box 9a Folder 9 Refugees, Male 3
Box 9a Folder 9 Refugees, Female 1
Box 9a Folder 10 Refugees, Female 2
Box 9a Folder 10 Refugees, Female 3
Box 9a Folder 10 Refugees, Female 4
Box 9a Folder 10 Refugees, Children
-- -- Refugees, see also Men’s Chorus, Refugees 1-4
-- -- Refugees, see also Women’s Chorus, Refugees 1-4
Box 9a Folder 11 Singer, Assassin
Box 9a Folder 11 Singer, Herald
Box 9a Folder 11 Singer, Physician
Box 9a Folder 11 Singer, Servant to Macbeth
Box 10a Folder 1 Witch, Fire 1
Box 10a Folder 1 Witch, Fire 2
Box 10a Folder 1 Witch, Fire 3
Box 10a Folder 1 Witch, Fire, Aerialist 1
Box 10a Folder 2 Witch, Fire, Aerialist 2
Box 10a Folder 2 Witch, Snake 1
Box 10a Folder 2 Witch, Snake 2
Box 10a Folder 2 Witch, Bald and bearded 1
Box 10a Folder 3 Witch, Bald and bearded 2
Box 10a Folder 3 Witch, Bald and bearded 3
Box 10a Folder 3 Witch, Bald and bearded 4
Box 10a Folder 3 Witch, Rock 1
Box 10a Folder 3 Witch, Rock 2
-- -- Witch, see also Apparition 2, pregnant witch
Box 10a Folder 4 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 1
Box 10a Folder 4 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 2
Box 10a Folder 4 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 3
Box 10a Folder 4 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 5
Box 10a Folder 5 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 6
Box 10a Folder 5 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 7
Box 10a Folder 5 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 8
Box 10a Folder 6 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 1
Box 10a Folder 6 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 2
Box 10a Folder 6 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 3
Box 10a Folder 6 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 4
Box 10a Folder 7 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 1
Box 10a Folder 7 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 2
Box 10a Folder 7 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 3
Box 10a Folder 7 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 4
Box 10a Folder 7 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 5
Box 10a Folder 8 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 6
Box 10a Folder 8 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 7
Box 10a Folder 8 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 8
Box 10a Folder 8 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 9
Box 10a Folder 9 Extra background drawings (10)

Macbeth. Drawings (rejected): 18, colored pencil and gouache on Fabriano paper, 18” x 13,” circa 2009-2010

Box 10a Folder 10 Children’s Chorus, Finale
Box 10a Folder 10 Fleance
Box 10a Folder 10 Macbeth, Lady, Duncan’s arrival (red)
Box 10a Folder 10 Macbeth, Lady, Duncan’s arrival (white)
Box 10a Folder 11 Men’s Chorus, Refugee 2
Box 10a Folder 11 Servant Woman 1
Box 10a Folder 11 Servant Woman 2
Box 10a Folder 12 Witch, Aerialist
Box 10a Folder 12 Witch, Black (female)
Box 10a Folder 12 Witch, Black (male)
Box 10a Folder 12 Witch, Snake
Box 10a Folder 13 Women’s Chorus, Banquet 3
Box 10a Folder 13 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 1
Box 10a Folder 13 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 2
Box 10a Folder 13 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 2 (open neckline)
Box 10a Folder 14 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 6
Box 10a Folder 14 Women’s Chorus, Refugees 11
Box 10a Folder 14 Women’s Chorus, Undressed 7

Macbeth. Working Drawings: 35, gouache and pencil, taped sheets, some multi-layer, 18” x 24,” circa 2009-2010

Box 9c Folder 7 Banquo, Act I-1 [with color chips]
Box 9c Folder 8 Banquo and MacDuff, Act I-2 [with color chips]
Box 9c Folder 9 Banquo and Fleance, Act II-2 [with color chips]
Box 9c Folder 10 Chorus, undressed, Act I-2 (3 sheets bound)
Box 9c Folder 10 Chorus as dinner guests, Act II-3
Box 9c Folder 11 Chorus as dinner guests, Act II-3 [with color chips]
Box 9c Folder 12 Chorus as refugees and exiles, Act II-4, Act IV-1, (6 sheets bound)
Box 9c Folder 13 Duncan, Act I-2 [with color chips]
Box 9c Folder 14 Imprisoned citizenry, Act IV-3
-- -- Fleance, Act II-2, see Banquo and Fleance, Act II-2
-- -- Fleance, Act IV, see Malcolm and soldiers, Act IV
-- -- Macbeth, Act I-1, see Banquo, Act I-1
Box 9c Folder 14 Macbeth, Act I-2, Act II-2
Box 9c Folder 14 Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, Act I Finale
Box 9c Folder 15 Macbeth, Act II-3 [with color chips]
-- -- Macbeth, Act III-1, see Macbeth, Lady, Act III
Box 9c Folder 16 Macbeth, Lady, Act I-2
Box 9c Folder 16 Macbeth, Lady, Act I-2 (with children)
Box 9c Folder 16 Macbeth, Lady, Act I-2, Act IV
-- -- Macbeth, Lady, Act I Finale, see Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, Act I Finale
-- -- Macbeth, Lady, Act II, see Macbeth, Act II-3
Box 9c Folder 16 Macbeth, Lady, Act III
Box 10c Folder 1 MacDuff with children, Act I-2 and with refugees, Act V-1 [with color chips]
-- -- MacDuff, Act I-2, see also Banquo and MacDuff, Act I-2
-- -- MacDuff, Lady, Act I-2, see Macbeth, Lady, Act I-2 (with children)
-- -- Malcolm, Act I-2, see Duncan, Act I-2
Box 10c Folder 1 Malcolm and soldiers, Act IV [with color chips]
Box 10c Folder 2 Murderers, Act II-2 (3 sheets bound) [with fabric swatch]
Box 10c Folder 3 Soldiers, Acts I-II-IV
Box 10c Folder 3 Witches, Act I-1, Act III-1
Box 10c Folder 3 Witches, wrapped, Act I-1, Act III-1
Box 10c Folder 3 Witches, as seductress, Act I-1, Act III-1 [with color chips]
Box 10c Folder 3 Women’s chorus, Act I-2
Box 10c Folder 4 Selection of line drawings, rejected (16 sheets bound), 2009 April
Box 10c Folder 5 Servants, to be reworked, 2009 August
Box 10c Folder 5 Witches, rejected line drawings (3 sheets bound), 2009

Mercury Theater

The Last Night of Ballyhoo by Alfred Uhry. Directed by Bob E. Gasper, sets by Robert Odorisio, lights by Jeff Croiter, 2000 May

Box 5 Folder 11 Program, correspondence, schedule, contacts, 2000
Box 5 Folder 12 Designer/Director notes, 1999
Box 11b Folder 5 Paint elevations, circa 1999

The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Drawings: 19, gouache and colored ink on Canson paper, 17” x 12.75,” circa 1999-2000

Box 10a Folder 15 [Farkas, Joe] (brown suit)
Box 10a Folder 15 [Farkas, Joe] (with hat)
Box 10a Folder 15 [Farkas, Joe] (gray suit)
Box 10a Folder 15 [Freitag, Adolph]
Box 10a Folder 15 [Freitag, Adolph] (with pipe)
Box 10a Folder 16 Freitag, Reba, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 10a Folder 17 Freitag, Sunny, Act I [with fabric swatch]
Box 10a Folder 18 Freitag, Sunny, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 10a Folder 19 [Freitag, Sunny] (blue sweater) [with fabric swatch]
Box 10a Folder 20 [Freitag, Sunny] (trousers) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 1 [Levy, Boo] (maroon dress) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 2 [Levy, Boo] (with hat) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 3 [Levy, Boo] (blue dress) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 4 [Levy, Boo] (gray dress) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 5 [Levy, Lala] (green dress) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 6 Levy, Lala, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 7 [Levy, Lala] (pink dress) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 8 Weil, Peachy, Act II (afternoon)
Box 11a Folder 8 Weil, Peachy, Act II (evening)

The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Working drawings: 36, colored pencil on tracing paper, 18” x 12” mounted on 24” x 18” paper, circa 1999-2000

Box 10c Folder 7 Farkas, Joe, Act I
Box 10c Folder 7 Farkas, Joe, Act I (with coat and hat)
Box 10c Folder 7 Farkas, Joe, Act II-2
Box 10c Folder 7 Farkas, Joe, Act II-4-6
Box 10c Folder 7 Freitag, Adolph, Act I-1, 4
Box 10c Folder 8 Freitag, Adolph, Act I, Act II
Box 10c Folder 8 Freitag, Adolph, Act II-2
Box 10c Folder 8 Freitag, Adolph, Act II-6
Box 10c Folder 8 Freitag, Reba, Act I-1-2, Act II-4
Box 10c Folder 9 Freitag, Reba, Act I-4 [with fabric swatch]
Box 10c Folder 10 Freitag, Reba, Act I-4 (with vacuum)
Box 10c Folder 10 Freitag, Reba, Act I-4, Act II-1-2
Box 10c Folder 10 Freitag, Reba, Act I-5
Box 10c Folder 10 Freitag, Reba, Act II-3, 8
Box 10c Folder 11 Freitag, Sunny, Act I-3
Box 10c Folder 11 Freitag, Sunny, Act I-5
Box 10c Folder 11 Freitag, Sunny, Act II-1
Box 10c Folder 11 Freitag, Sunny, Act II-2
Box 10c Folder 11 Freitag, Sunny, Act II-4-6
Box 10c Folder 11 Freitag, Sunny, Act II-7
Box 10c Folder 12 Levy, Boo, Act I-1
Box 10c Folder 12 Levy, Boo, Act I-4
Box 10c Folder 12 Levy, Boo, Act I-4-5, Act II-1
Box 10c Folder 12 Levy, Boo, Act I-5, Act II-4
Box 10c Folder 12 Levy, Boo, Act II-1-2
Box 10c Folder 13 Levy, Boo, Act II-3, 8
Box 10c Folder 13 Levy, Boo, Act II-6
Box 10c Folder 13 Levy, Lala, Act I-1-2
Box 10c Folder 13 Levy, Lala, Act I-4
Box 10c Folder 13 Levy, Lala, Act I-5
Box 10c Folder 14 Levy, Lala, Act II-1 [with fabric swatch]
Box 10c Folder 15 Levy, Lala, Act II-2, 4, 5, 6
Box 10c Folder 15 Levy, Lala, Act II-3, 8
Box 10c Folder 15 Weil, Peachy, Act II-3 (2)
Box 10c Folder 15 Weil, Peachy, Act II-3 (with hat)
Box 10c Folder 15 Weil, Peachy, Act II-4-6

Northlight Theater

The Perfect Party by A.R. Gurney, Jr. Directed by Nick Faust, sets by Bil Mikulewicz, lights by Dan Kotlowitz, 1987 April

Box 6 Folder 1 The Perfect Party. Program, 1987 April

Nothing Sacred by George F. Walker. Directed by David Petrarca, sets by Michael Philippi, lights by Robert Christen, 1988 December

Box 6 Folder 2 Nothing Sacred. Program, review 1988
Box 6 Folder 3 Nothing Sacred. Actor costume measurement sheets, 1988
Box 6 Folder 4 Nothing Sacred. Productions notes, 1988
Box 6 Folder 5 Nothing Sacred. Production schedule, 1988

Nothing Sacred. Swatches, undated

Box 3a Folder 1 Fabric swatch, floor and Portal, wood colors

Nothing Sacred. Drawings: 19, watercolor and colored pencil on cream Stonehenge-type paper, 15” x 11,” circa 1988

Box 3a Folder 2 Anna, Act I-3 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 3 Anna, Act II-9 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 4 Anna, Act II-9 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 5 Arkady, Prologue, Act I-1-4 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 6 Arkady, Act II-5-6
Box 3a Folder 7 Arkady, Act II-9 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 8 Bailiff, Prologue, Act I-1-2; Act II-5, 7, 9
Box 3a Folder 9 Bazarov, Act II-5, 6, 8-9 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 10 Bazarov, Act II-5, 6, 8-9 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 11 Fenichka, Act I-1; II-9 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 12 Fenichka, Act I-2, 5, 6 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 13 Grégor, Prologue, Act I-4
Box 3a Folder 13 Grégor, Act II-5-7
Box 3a Folder 13 Nicolai, Act I-2; Act II-6-7
Box 3a Folder 14 Pavel, Act I-1 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 15 Pavel, Act II-5 [with fabric swatch]
Box 3a Folder 16 Pavel, Act II-5
Box 3a Folder 16 Pavel, Act II-9
Box 3a Folder 16 Pyotr [sic], Act I-2, Act II-6-7

Nothing Sacred. Working Drawings: 24, colored pencil and some ink on tracing paper, 13.875” x 10.875”

Box 3a Folder 17 Anna, Act I-3
Box 3a Folder 17 Anna, Act II-6
Box 3a Folder 17 Anna, Act II-9
Box 3a Folder 17 Arkady, Prologue; Act I-1, 2, 3, 4
Box 3a Folder 17 Arkady, Act II-5, 6
Box 3a Folder 17 Arkady, Act II-9
Box 3a Folder 17 Bailiff, Prologue; Act I-1, 2; Act II-5, 7, 9
Box 3a Folder 17 Bazarov, Prologue; Act I-1, 2, 3, 4
Box 3a Folder 18 Bazarov, Act II-5, 6, 8, 9
Box 3a Folder 18 Fenichka, Act I-1; Act II-9
Box 3a Folder 18 Fenichka, Act I-2; Act II-5, 6
Box 3a Folder 18 Grégor, Prologue; Act I-4
Box 3a Folder 18 Grégor, Act II-5, 6, 7
Box 3a Folder 18 Grégor, Act II-8, 9
Box 3a Folder 18 Nicolai, Act I-1; Act II-5, 9
Box 3a Folder 18 Nicolai, Act I-2; Act II-6, 7
Box 3a Folder 19 Pavel, Act II-5
Box 3a Folder 19 Pavel, Act II-8
Box 3a Folder 19 Pavel, Act II-9
Box 3a Folder 19 Pyotr [sic], Act I-1; Act II-5, 8, 9
Box 3a Folder 19 Pyotr [sic], Act I-2; Act II-6, 7
Box 3a Folder 19 Sergei, Act I-3; Act II-5, 6, 7, 9
Box 3a Folder 19 Sitnikov, Victor, Act I-3
Box 3a Folder 19 Sitnikov, Victor, Act II-6, 9

Opera School of Chicago (see Lyric Opera of Chicago)

Ravinia Park (Murray Theatre)

Look Homeward, Angel by Thomas Wolfe. Directed by George Keathley, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by Bengt Nygren, 1971 August 17-September 5

Box 6 Folder 6 Look Homeward, Angel. Program, 1971 August 17-September 5

Lysistrata adapted by John Lewin. Directed by Bill Francisco, sets by Joseph Nieminski, lights by Bengt Nygren, 1972 August 27-September 17

Box 6 Folder 6 Lysistrata. Program, 1972 August 27-September 17
  Slide 1.462-1.470 Lysistrata. Slides (9), circa 1972 August-September

Royal George Theatre

Don’t Dress for Dinner by Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon. Directed by John Tillinger, sets by Jim Noone, lights by Keith Parham, 2008 October 20-2009 April 12

Box 6 Folder 7 Don’t Dress for Dinner. Program, correspondence, contact sheets, costume notes, 2008 October-2009 April
Box 6 Folder 8 Don’t Dress for Dinner. Script, undated

Steppenwolf Theatre Company

The Libertine by Stephen Jeffreys. Directed by Terry Johnson, sets by Derek McLane, lights by Kevin Rigdon, 1996 February 14-March 31

Box 6 Folder 9 The Libertine. Program, 1996 February-March
Box 6 Folder 10 The Libertine. Actor costume measurement and casting, circa 1996
Box 6 Folder 11 The Libertine. Correspondence, circa 1996
Box 6 Folder 12 The Libertine. Research (1 of 2), circa 1996
Box 6 Folder 13 The Libertine. Research (2 of 2), circa 1996
Photo Box 1 Folder 18 The Libertine. Photographs (8), circa 1996

The Libertine. Swatches: 2 index cards with samples; 1 fabric swatch sheet, circa 1996

Box 4a Folder 1 Barry bodice and skirt; Rochester overcoat
Box 4a Folder 2 “Vogue Fabrics, Inc.”

The Libertine. Drawings: 11, gouache, pencil, colored pencil and watercolor on tan handmade watercolor paper, 17.625” x 12,” circa 1996

Box 4a Folder 3 Alcock
Box 4a Folder 4 Barry, Elizabeth [with fabric swatch]
Box 4a Folder 5 Charles II, King
Box 4a Folder 5 Downs, Billy
Box 4a Folder 5 Earl of Dorset
Box 4a Folder 6 Etheridge, George
Box 4a Folder 6 Harris
Box 4a Folder 6 Luscomb, Mrs.
Box 4a Folder 7 Rochester, Lady
Box 4a Folder 7 Rochester, Lord
Box 4a Folder 7 Will, Mrs.

The Libertine. Rehearsal Drawings: 3 photocopies with fabric swatches attached, 8.5” x 11,” circa 1996

Box 4a Folder 8 The Country Wife [with fabric swatch]
Box 4a Folder 9 Elizabeth Barry Rehearsal Clothes [with brown plaid fabric swatch]
Box 4a Folder 10 Elizabeth Barry Rehearsal Clothes [with fabric teal and rose swatch]

The Man Who Came to Dinner by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. Directed by James Burrows, sets by Michael Yeargan, lights by Kevin Rigdon, 1998 April

Box 6 Folder 14 The Man Who Came to Dinner. Programs, Barbican International Theatre Event (BITE), Barbican Centre, London 1998 April, July-August
  Slide 1.471-1.483 The Man Who Came to Dinner. Slides (13), circa 1998

Hysteria by Terry Johnson. Directed by John Malkovich, sets by David Gropman, lights by Paul Gallo, 1999 November 26-2000 January 22

Box 6 Folder 15 Hysteria. Program, reviews, promotional material, 1999-2000
Box 6 Folder 16 Hysteria. Research, 1999
Box 11b Folder 6 Hysteria. Poster, circa 1999

Hysteria. Drawings: 7, gouache, colored pencil on handmade paper, 20.75” x 15,” circa 1999

Box 10b Folder 10 Dali, Salvador
Box 10b Folder 10 Freud, Sigmund
Box 10b Folder 10 Jessica (yellow dress)
Box 10b Folder 10 Jessica (lavender blouse)
Box 10b Folder 11 Jessica (robe)
Box 10b Folder 11 Yahuda, Abraham
Box 10b Folder 11 Yahuda, Abraham (with overcoat)

Hysteria. Working drawings: 3, pencil on paper, 24” x 18,” circa 1999

Box 11c Folder 1 Freud’s sisters at concentration camp
Box 11c Folder 1 Sisters
Box 11c Folder 1 Yahuda, Abraham, Jewish prophet

Closer by Patrick Marber. Directed by Abigail Deser, sets by Neil Patel, lights by James F. Ingalls, 2000 July-August

Box 6 Folder 17 Closer. Program, reviews, 2000 July-August

David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. Adapted and directed by Giles Havergal, sets by Kate Edmunds, lights by Peter Maradudin, 2001 February 1-March 31

Box 7 Folder 1 David Copperfield. Program, review, 2001 March
Box 7 Folder 2 David Copperfield. Research (1 of 2), circa 2001
Box 7 Folder 3 David Copperfield. Research (2 of 2), circa 2001

David Copperfield. Drawings: 18, gouache and colored pencil on watercolor paper, 18” x 13.25,” circa 2001

Box 11a Folder 9 Children’s chorus – schoolboys, Micawber’s, factory boys [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 10 Grimaldi – Brutus
Box 11a Folder 10 Heep, Uriah
Box 11a Folder 11 Heep, Uriah (with tailcoat) [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 12 Micawber, Emma
Box 11a Folder 12 Micawber, Emma and children
Box 11a Folder 12 Micawber, [Wilkins] and children
Box 11a Folder 13 Murdstone, [Edward] [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 14 Peggotty, [Clara]
Box 11a Folder 14 Peggotty, Dan
Box 11a Folder 14 Peggotty, Ham
Box 11a Folder 14 Peggotty, Little Emily
Box 11a Folder 14 Peggotty, Little Emily (with hat and bag)
Box 11a Folder 15 Steerforth, James [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 16 Steerforth, James (with walking sick)
Box 11a Folder 17 Trotwood, Aunt Betsey [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 18 Wickfield, Agnes [with fabric swatch]
Box 11a Folder 19 Wickfield, Mr. [with fabric swatch]

The Crucible by Arthur Miller. Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, sets by Todd Rosenthal, lights by Don Holder, 2007 September 13-November 11

Box 7 Folder 4 The Crucible. Program, 2007 September 11-November 13
Box 7 Folder 5 The Crucible. Script, marked Virgil Johnson, 2007 August
Box 7 Folder 6 The Crucible. Swatches, research, circa 2007
Box 7 Folder 7 The Crucible. Research (1 of 2), 2007
Box 7 Folder 8 The Crucible. Research (2 of 2), 2007
Photo Box 1 Folder 19 The Crucible. Photographs (22), circa 2007

The Crucible. Drawings: 18, pencil and gouache on translucent vellum paper (17” x 14”) mounted on 24” x 18” paper, circa 2007

Box 11c Folder 2 Cheever, Ezekiel
Box 11c Folder 2 Corey, Giles
Box 11c Folder 2 Danforth, Deputy Governor
Box 11c Folder 2 Goode, Sarah
Box 11c Folder 2 Hale, Rev. John
Box 11c Folder 2 Hathorne, Judge
Box 11c Folder 3 Herrick, Marshal
Box 11c Folder 3 Hopkins the Guard
Box 11c Folder 3 Lewis, Mercy
Box 11c Folder 3 Nurse, Francis
Box 11c Folder 3 Nurse, Rebecca
Box 11c Folder 3 Parris, Rev.
Box 11c Folder 4 Proctor, Elizabeth
Box 11c Folder 5 Putnam, Mrs. Ann [with fabric swatch]
Box 11c Folder 6 Putnam, Thomas [with fabric swatch]
Box 11c Folder 7 Tituba [with fabric swatch]
Box 11c Folder 8 Warren, Mary
Box 11c Folder 8 Wolcott, Susanna

The Crucible. Working drawings: 5, pencil and highlighter on tracing paper, 14” x 11,” circa 2007

Box 11a Folder 20 Act I, Realistic clothing
Box 11a Folder 20 Act II, Proctor’s House
Box 11a Folder 20 Act III, Vestry of Meeting House
Box 11a Folder 20 Act IV, Salem goal [gaol]
Box 11a Folder 20 Linen caps for the Salem girls (18” x 12”)
Box 11c Folder 9 Backdrop painted and textured, Todd Rosenthal (19” x 13”) [with paint chip]

The March by E.L. Doctorow. Adapted and directed by Frank Galati. Sets by James Schuette, lights by James F. Ingalls, 2012 April 5-June 10

Box 7 Folder 9 The March. Program, reviews 2012 April 5-June 10
Box 7 Folder 10 The March. Correspondence and cast costume detail, 2012 January-March
Box 11c Folder 10 The March. Costume plots (4), 2012 January 2
Box 7 Folder 11 The March. Schedule and notes, 2012 February-March
Box 11a Folder 21 The March. RBackdrop painted and textured, Todd Rosenthal (19" x 13") [with paint chip], 2012
electronic Documents The March. Feature articles, 2012
electronic Documents The March. Reviews, 2012
electronic Photograph 2.1084-2.1155 The March. Photographs by Michael Brosilow, 2012 April

The March. Drawings: 15, gouache and colored pencil on Canson-like paper, 25.25” x 14.5,” circa 2012

Box 11c Folder 11 Plate 1, Jameson Family – Mattie, John, Pearl, John Jr., Jamie
Box 11c Folder 11 Plate 2, Mother’s Grave – Will Kirkland, Roscoe, Pearl, Jameson, Arly Wilcom
Box 11c Folder 11 Plate 3, Aunt Letitia Pettibone, “Uncle Billy” Sherman in Camp
Box 11c Folder 11 Plate 4, Soldiers, “Corps de Boys” basic costume
Box 11c Folder 12 Plate 5, Wilma and Emily Thompson, Arly and Will in prison, Sgt. Baumgartner
Box 11c Folder 12 Plate 6, Johnny Reb, Alry Wilcox, Will Kirkland, Rebel Soldiers
Box 11c Folder 12 Plate 7, Lt. Clarke, Pearl, Sgt. Malone, Dr. Sartorius, Miss Emily
Box 11c Folder 12 Plate 8, Lt. Morrison, Sgt. Hollbrook, Coalhouse Walker Sr., General Wayne
Box 11c Folder 13 Plate 9, Roscoe, Coalhouse, Wilma Walker, Jake Early
Box 11c Folder 13 Plate 10, Infirmary – Orderly, Sartorius, Mattie, Emily, Nurse Barton
Box 11c Folder 13 Plate 11, General Sherman, Col. Teack, Sec. Edwin Stanton, Moses
Box 11c Folder 13 Plate 12, arly and Will in USA Ambulance Corps, Calvin Hopper, Josiah Culp
Box 11c Folder 14 Plate 13, Dr. Werde Santorius, a widow, Miss Emily Thompson (in mourning)
Box 11c Folder 14 Plate 14, Finale – Jamie Jameson, Mattie, Wilma, Stephen and Pearl will wed
Box 11c Folder 14 Plate 15, Generals – Howard, Slocum, Sherman, Kilpatrick, Mower

St. Nicholas Theatre Company

Anna Christie by Eugene O’Neill, 1981

[Note: St. Nicholas Theatre closed in 1981 before Anna Christie opened.]

Anna Christie. Swatches: 2 sets of fabric swatches stapled to 8.5” x 11” paper, circa 1981

Box 4a Folder 11 Anna, Act I
Box 4a Folder 12 Anna, Act II

Anna Christie. Drawings: 18, graphite, watercolor and gouache on mauve Canson-like paper, 15.875” x 11,” circa 1981

Box 4a Folder 13 Anna, Act I
Box 4a Folder 13 Anna, Act II
Box 4a Folder 14 Anna, Act II [with fabric swatch]
Box 4a Folder 15 Anna, Act III
Box 4a Folder 15 Burke, Matt, Act II
Box 4a Folder 15 Burke, Matt, Act III-IV
Box 4a Folder 15 Chris, Act I
Box 4a Folder 15 Chris, Act II
Box 4a Folder 16 Chris, Act II, IV
Box 4a Folder 16 Johnny the Priest, Act I
Box 4a Folder 16 Johnson, Act II
Box 4a Folder 16 Larry, Act I
Box 4a Folder 16 Longshoreman, Act I
Box 4a Folder 17 Mailman, Act I
Box 4a Folder 17 Owen, Marthy, Act I
Box 4a Folder 17 Seaman #1, Act II
Box 4a Folder 17 Seaman #2, Act II
Box 4a Folder 17 Seaman #3, Act II

Victory Gardens

Eminent Domain by Percy Granger. Directed by Dennis Zacek, sets by Nels Anderson, lights by Rita Pietraszek, 1984 May 25-July 8

Box 7 Folder 12 Eminent Domain. Program, 1984 May

OUT OF STATE THEATERS

COLORADO

American Theatre Institute (Apsen, CO)

The Fantasticks by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt. Directed by Joseph Brockett, sets and lights by Robert Jackson, circa 1968

Box 8 Folder 1 The Fantasticks. Program, circa 1968

The Imaginary Invalid by Moliere. Adapted and directed by Frank J. Wersching, Jr., circa 1975

Box 8 Folder 2 The Imaginary Invalid. Program, circa 1975

Colorado Shakespeare Festival (Boulder, CO)

Love’s Labour’s Lost by William Shakespeare. Directed by Ina Marlowe, sets by William Forrester, lights by Michael Wellborn, 1998 June 26-August 16

Box 8 Folder 3 Love’s Labour’s Lost. Program, promotional material, 1998
  Slide 1.484-1.492 Love’s Labour’s Lost. Slides (9), circa 1998

Pyramid Players (Aspen, CO)

The Emperor’s Nightingale by Madge Miller. Directed by Frank Wicks, sets and costumes by Virgil Johnson, circa 1967

Box 8 Folder 4 The Emperor’s Nightingale. Program, circa 1967

FLORIDA

Asolo (Sarasota, FL)

Fanny Brice, circa 2012 May

electronic Photograph 2.1156-2.1203 Fanny Brice. Photographs by My Union Home, 2012 May

Fallen Angels, circa 2012 June

electronic Photograph 2.1204-1242 Fallen Angels. Photographs by My Union Home, 2012 June

INDIANA

Indiana Repertory Theatre (Indianapolis, IN)

She Loves Me by Joe Masteroff, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick. Directed by Peter Amster, sets by William Bloodgood, lights by Michael Lincoln, 1993 November 23-December 19

Box 8 Folder 5 She Loves Me. Program, 1993 November 23-December 19

MINNESOTA

Guthrie Theatre (Minneapolis, MN)

Desire under the Elms Eugene O’Neill. Directed by George Keathley, sets by James Guenther, lights by John McLain, 1980 August 19-October 3

Box 8 Folder 6 Desire under the Elms. Program, 1980
  Slide 1.493-1.503 Desire under the Elms. Slides (11), circa 1980

Desire under the Elms. Swatches: 1 fabric swatch and 1 set design color sample painted on board, circa 1980

Box 6b Folder 11 Fabric swatch, set design colors

Desire under the Elms. Drawings: 23, graphite, colored pencil, watercolor and gouache on Canson Montval watercolor paper (green-gray speckled), 19.625” x 12.75,” circa 1981

Box 6b Folder 12 Abbie, Act I-4
Box 6b Folder 12 Boy, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 12 Cabot, Eben, Act I
Box 6b Folder 12 Cabot, Eben, Act III
Box 6b Folder 13 Cabot, Ephraim, Act I-4; Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 13 Cabot, Ephraim, Act II-1, 2, 4; Act III-4
Box 6b Folder 13 Cabot, Peter, Act I
Box 6b Folder 13 Cabot, Simeon, Act I
Box 6b Folder 14 Dancer #1, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 14 Dancer #2, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 14 Dancer #3, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 14 Dancer #4, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 15 Dancer #5, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 15 Dancer #6, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 15 Dancer #7, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 15 Dancer #8, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 16 (Old) Farmer, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 16 Farmer’s Wife, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 16 Fiddler, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 16 Girl, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 17 Sheriff, Act III-1, 2, 4
Box 6b Folder 17 Sheriff’s Wife, Act III-1, 2
Box 6b Folder 17 Stout Man, Act III-1, 2

MISSOURI

Missouri Repertory Theatre (Kansas City, MO)

Othello by William Shakespeare, 1985

  Slide 1.504-1.524 Othello. Slides (21), circa 1985

Othello. Drawings: 32, watercolor, ink, gouache, pencil and black marker on tan textured paper, 16” x 11,” circa 1985

Box 5a Folder 1 Bianca, Act II- 1, 2, 4 [with fabric swatch]
Box 5a Folder 2 Brabantio, Act I- 1, 2, 3 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 3 Cassio, Act I-2, 6; Act II-1, 2, 4, 5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 4 Cassio, Act I-4, 5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 5 Clown, Act I-4 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 6 Cypriot gentlemen, Act I-4, 5; Act II-1
Box 5a Folder 6 Cypriot musicians, Act I-5, 6; Act II-1
Box 5a Folder 6 Cypriot women and musicians, Act I-4; Act II-1
Box 5a Folder 7 Desdemona, Act I-3 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 8 Desdemona, Act I-3, 4, 5 [with fabric swatch]
Box 5a Folder 9 Desdemona, Act I-4 [with fabric swatch]
Box 5a Folder 10 Desdemona, Act I-5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 11 Desdemona, Act I-6; Act II-1, 2, 3 [with fabric swatch]
Box 5a Folder 12 Desdemona, Act II-3, 5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 13 Emilia, Act I-4 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 14 Emilia, Act I-4, 6; Act II-1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (sketch on reverse) [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 15 Gratiano, Act I-3; Act II-4, 5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 16 Iago, Act I-1, 2, 3, 6; Act II-1, 2, 4 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 17 Iago, Act I-4, 5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 18 Lodovico, Act I-3; Act II-1, 3, 4, 5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 19 Montano, Act I-4, 5; Act II-5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 20 (2) Officers to Cassio, Act I-2, 3; Act II-5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 21 Othello, Act I-2, 3 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 22 Othello, Act I-4, 5 (sketch on reverse) [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 23 Othello, Act I-4, 5; Act II-1, 2, 3, 4 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 24 Othello, Act II-5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 25 Rodrigo, Act I-1, 2, 3 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 26 Rodrigo, Act I-4, 5; Act II-2, 4 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 27 (2) Senators, Act I-3 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 28 (5) Servants to Brabantio/Othello, Act I-1, 2, 3, 4; Act II [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 29 (2) Soldiers to Othello, Act I-2, 3, 4, 5 [with fabric swatch and paint chips]
Box 5a Folder 30 (2) Venetian gentlemen, Act I-2, 3 [with paint chips]

The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Directed by Dennis Rosa, sets by John Conklin, lights by Pat Collins, 1990 February-March

Box 8 Folder 7 The Tempest. Program, 1989-1990
  Slide 1.526-1.531 The Tempest. Slides (6), circa 1989

Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin. Directed by George Keathley, sets by James Leonard Joy, lights by Jeff Davis, 1990

Box 8 Folder 8 Born Yesterday. Program, 1990
  Slide 1.532-1.536 Born Yesterday, slides (5)

King Richard III, circa 1991

  Slide 1.537-1.557 King Richard III. Slides (21), circa 1991

PENNSYLVANIA

Annenberg Center, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)

Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare. Directed by William Woodman, sets by Herbert Senn and Helen Pond, lights aby Richard Nelson, 1978 April 18-30

Box 8 Folder 9 Much Ado about Nothing. Program, 1978 April 18-30

TEXAS

Dallas Opera House (Dallas, TX)

The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe by Dominick Argento. Directed by Frank Galati, sets by John Conklin, lights by Duane Schuler, 1992 (remount of Lyric Opera, Chicago 1990 production)

Box 8 Folder 10 The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe. Program, review, 1992
    See also: Lyric Opera of Chicago, The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe, 1990

WISCONSIN

Skylight Opera Theatre (Milwaukee, WI)

The Jewel Box by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Directed by Chas Rader-Shieber, sets by Nicholas B. Lundy, lights by Jennifer Norris, 1993 May 5-30

Box 8 Folder 11 The Jewel Box. Program, reviews, 1993 May 5-30

Series 2: Exhibitions and Programs

Box 8 Folder 12 Art Institute of Chicago and Chicago Shakespeare Theater: Fashion History Symposium. Program, 2012 November 27-28
Box 8 Folder 13 A.A. Bakhrushin Central State Theatre Museum (Moscow): Costume Design at the Turn of the Century: 1990-2015. Exhibit catalog, 2015 June 15-August 1
    See also: Lyric Opera of Chicago, The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe, 1990
  Slide 1.558-1.560 Chicago Historical Society: The Proper Lady, Slides (3), undated
Box 8 Folder 14 Evanston Historical Society: Paisley, Paraphernalia, and Public Life 1830-1940. Exhibit brochure, 1987
  Slide 1.561 Evanston Historical Society: Paisley, Paraphernalia, Public Life, slide (1), circa 1987
  Slide 1.562 Evanston Historical Society: Evanston’s Changing Lakefront, Slide (1), undated
  Slide 1.563 Evanston Historical Society: Gowns of Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes, slide (1), undated
  Slide 1.564 Evanston Historical Society: Mourning Exhibit, slides (1), undated
Box 8 Folder 15 Merritt Award for Excellence in Design and Collaboration, 2001-2002, 2012
Box 8 Folder 16 Prague Quadrennial: Design and Process. United States entry catalog, 1987
Box 8 Folder 16 Prague Quadrennial: World of Design. United States entry catalog, 1999
    See also: Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Love’s Labour’s Lost, 1998
artifact 2011.8 Sarah Siddons Society award, 2005
  Slide 1.565-1.569 Unidentified, slides (5)
Box 8 Folder 17 United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT): Design Exposition, ’88: Scenery, Costumes, and Lighting in the Performing Arts. Exhibit catalog, 1988
    See also: Goodman Theatre, The Government Inspector, 1985
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