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The Papers of Arthur W. Bloom in the Dartmouth College Library

WMAN ML-84

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bloom, Arthur W.
Title Remainder: Papers. 1959-
Dates: 1959-
Identification: ML-84





Biographical Information

1939 Born, October 17, New York City
1961 Received A.B. degree, Dartmouth College
1964-(1966) Lecturer in English, Quinnipiac College, Hamden, CT
1966 Received Ph.D. degree from Yale University; Summer Lecturer in English, University of Bridgeport, CT
1966-(1970) Associate Professor of Dramatics, Fisk University, Nashville, TN
1968-(1970) Visiting Associate Professor of Drama, Scaritt College, Nashville (part-time position); published articles in Motive Magazine and New Haven Historical Society Journal; compiled US and But I Read His Book (see Fisk University section of index)
1969 Visiting Professor of English, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, Summer term; married Rena Fraboni; organized and directed touring company, Circle Players, Nashville
1970-1972 Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Drama, Dept. of Speech, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
1971-1972 Head of Theatre Arts and Drama Division, Dept. of Speech, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
1972-(1985) Professor and Chairperson of Theatre, Loyola University of Chicago
1974 Critic, Lincoln Avenue Arts Festival, Chicago; script consultant, Illinois Television Theatre
1978 Recipient, Research Grant, American Philosophical Society; compiled and edited Guide to College and University Theatre Programs in the State of Illinois
1979-1982 President, Illinois Theatre Association; member, Board of Directors, American Theatre Association, Region III
1982 Contributed chapter, Shanghai Hamlet, to Shakespeare Around the Globe: A Guide to Notable Postwar Revivals (Greenwood Press, 1986)
1982-(1985) Member, Kellogg National Fellowship Program
1983 Class of 1961 Fellow, Dartmouth College
1984 Conducted two (2) tours to China on behalf of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation
1985-(1987) Professor and Chairperson, Speech and Drama Dept., Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
1985 Member, W.K. Kellogg National Fellowship Fellows' Forum I on Health
1986-1987 Published several articles and reviews in Theatre Survey and Comparative Drama
1987-(1991) Dean, Communication and Fine Arts, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
1989 Member, W.K. Kellogg National Fellows' Forum on Water and Waste Management; member, University Planning Committee, Loyola Marymount University
1991-(present) Dean, Visual and Performing Arts, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA
1994 Reviewer for Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Program

Introduction

The Papers of Arthur W. Bloom in the Dartmouth College Library are an on-going gift to the college from Dean Bloom, who established the collection here in the early 1980's. As both an actor and an academic, he recognizes the importance of archival collecting in the preservation of theatrical history. The Library will continue to document Dean Bloom's career through his occasional gifts of materials.

Arthur William Bloom was born October 17, 1939 in New York. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1961, and received his Ph. D. from Yale University in 1966. He began his teaching career at Fisk University in Nashville,TN, where he was also the organizer and director of the touring company of the Circle Players, often taking on roles in their productions. He married Rena Fraboni in 1969, and in 1970 left Fisk to become Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Drama, Dept. of Speech, at Washington State University in Pullman, WA. In 1971, he was named Head of the Theatre Arts and Drama Division of the Dept. of Speech.

From 1972-1985, Bloom was Professor and Chairperson of Theatre at Loyola University of Chicago. There, in addition to acting, teaching, and directing plays, he was active in a number of related fields. He acted as script consultant for Illinois Television Theatre, compiled a guide to Illinois college and university theatre programs, was President of the Illinois Theatre Association and a Board member of the national, ATA-Region III, was a Kellogg Fellow, contributed to professional journals, was a Class of 1961 Fellow at Dartmouth, and even conducted tours to China for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Professor Bloom moved on to Trinity University in 1985, and in 1987 to Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA, as Dean of Communications and Fine Arts, where in 1989 he was named as a member of the University's Planning Committee. From there, in 1991, he was named Dean of Visual and Performing Arts at Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA, where he continues to teach. Dean Bloom has striven to improveeach theatre program he has been a part of, both financially, by seeking grants and contributions, and academically, by raising and maintaining high standards in teaching and performance.

The Arthur W. Bloom Papers occupy 11 boxes, or approximately 14.0 linear feet of shelf space. The materials consist of articles, clippings, class notes, correspondence, lecture notes, pamphlets, photographs, reports, research notes, theatre programs, scripts, a book manuscript, and many other items. The section on playwrights contains a wealth of useful information on both modern and classical writers, particularly William Shakespeare. Another especially interesting item is the book manuscript, The Jefferson Company 1830-1845, which sheds light on a period of theatre history that today's actors could scarcely imagine. The collection also contains a few letters from Bloom's famous classmate, David Birney. Bloom's own Dartmouth and Yale education is well documented, and his Yale dissertation research, class notes, and papers are well worth researching for information on the various theatre genres.

No restrictions have been placed on any of the materials in the collection. Photocopying and other methods of reproduction of materials will be done at the discretion of Special Collections staff. Further information concerning Arthur Bloom may be found in Special Collections in Webster Hall.






BOX 1.

Aquinas Junior College



Aquinas Junior College - Fisk University
FOLDER : 1.

Clippings; photocopies, 1967-1968



FOLDER : 2.

Correspondence; 1969-1970



FOLDER : 3.

Play Book: Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology, conceived, adapted and arranged by Charles Aidman; New York: Samuel French, Inc., 1966



FOLDER : 4.

Program: Aquinas Junior College presents The Aquinas Players in An Evening of Avant-Garde Drama, Multi-Purpose Room, Aquinas Junior College, May 17, 1970; with carbon of program copy



FOLDER : 5.

Questions for English 100; undated



FOLDER : 6.

Script: Spoon River Anthology, by Edgar Lee Masters, adapted by Charles Aidman; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 7.

Scripts and narration for An Evening of Avant-Garde Drama, May 17, 1970; typescript, mimeo



FOLDER : 8.

Student try-out assessment sheets; 1970



FOLDER : 9.

Syllabus for English 212: World Literature; Spring 1970, with mid-term exam



Book MS: The Jefferson Company 1830-1845



FOLDER : 10.

Corrected photocopy; undated



FOLDER : 11.

Edited footnotes; undated



FOLDER : 12.

Edited photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 13.

Final version of monograph; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 14.

Photocopy of version submitted to Theatre Survey, The American Journal of Theatre History; undated, with copy of acceptance letter, 1986



FOLDER : 15.

Second draft photocopy, with new information inserted into text; undated



FOLDER : 16.

Title page - page 29 of photocopy edited by Theatre Survey; undated



FOLDER : 17.

Typescript draft; undated



FOLDER : 18.

Typescript draft; corrected, minus footnotes, undated



Dartmouth College



Classes



FOLDER : 19.

English I; final exam, 1957-1958



English 51A



FOLDER : 20.

Exams; 1959-1960



FOLDER : 21.

Notes; 1959, undated



FOLDER : 22.

Paper: The Omission of Margaret of Anjou in Laurence Olivier's Production of Shakespeare's Richard III, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



English 70



FOLDER : 23.

Dartmouth Daily Film Program reviews; mimeo, April 1961



FOLDER : 24.

Exams; 1961



FOLDER : 25.

Notes; 1961



FOLDER : 26.

Paper: An Analysis of Georg Buchner's Danton's Death, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1961



FOLDER : 27.

Paper: An Analysis of Henrik Ibsen's Brand, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1961



English 81F



FOLDER : 28.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 29.

Paper: Yeats and Synge, by Arthur W. Bloom; mimeo, 1960



FOLDER : 30.

Paper: Yeats, Synge and Deirdre, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1960



English Honors



FOLDER : 31.

Outline and notes for oral report on The Cenci, by Shelley; holograph, mimeo, 1961



Papers



FOLDER : 32.

An Analysis of Paul Claudel's L'Annonce Faite A Marie, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 33.

An Analysis of Samson Agonistes with Reference to Oedipus at Colonus, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1960



FOLDER : 34.

An Analysis of William Wordsworth's The Borderers, by Arthur W. Bloom; mimeo, 1961, with professor's critique



FOLDER : 35.

A Comparative Analysis of John Dryden's An Essay of Dramatic Poesy and Sir Philip Sidney's An Apology For Poetry, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1960



FOLDER : 36.

The Nineteenth Century Theatre and David Garrick, by Arthur W. Bloom; mimeo, 1960



English 96



FOLDER : 37.

Exams; 1959



FOLDER : 38.

Notes; 1959



Music 22



FOLDER : 39.

Final exam; 1960



FOLDER : 40.

Mimeographed class hand-outs; undated



FOLDER : 41.

Notebook: Music 22 Notes; 1960



FOLDER : 42.

Paper: Falstaff: Verdi, Shakespeare and Boito, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1960



Unidentified



FOLDER : 43.

Notes; 1961, undated



Thesis



FOLDER : 44.

Bibliography; typescript/carbon, undated



FOLDER : 45.

Outline: Outline for the First Paper of Thesis on the Concept of the “Code-Hero” in the Works of Ernest Hemingway; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 46.

Paper: The Code-Hero in the Early Work of Ernest Hemingway; carbon, March 15. 1961



FOLDER : 47.

Paper: The Code-Hero in the Later Works of Ernest Hemingway; carbon, April 13, 1961



FOLDER : 48.

Paper: An Overall Evaluation of Hemingway's Code With Special Reference to His Literary Theory; typescript, April 13, 1961



Fisk University



FOLDER : 49.

Article: Educational Black Theatre: A Flexible Approach for Pre-College Students, by Arthur W. Bloom; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 50.

Article: Educational Black Theatre: A Pre-College Approach, by Arthur W. Bloom; draft, typescript, ca. 1970-1971



FOLDER : 51.

Circle Players artist membership list; 1969-1970



Classes



FOLDER : 52.

Drama 12; final exam, 1970



FOLDER : 53.

Drama 298; bibliography, undated



FOLDER : 54.

English 350; Bibliography: Modern Drama: Selected Bibliography, by Rosa Ann Moore; photocopy, 1967



Speech 160



FOLDER : 55.

Course outline; 1972



FOLDER : 56.

Exams; 1970-1972, undated



FOLDER : 57.

Lesson: Comparison of Modern American Theatre and 19th Century Theatre; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 58.

Misc.; 1972, undated



FOLDER : 59.

Quizzes; 1971, undated



FOLDER : 60.

Theatre 282; quizzes on Volpone, 1973, undated



FOLDER : 61.

Theatre 283; quiz on Faust, 1973



FOLDER : 62.

Clippings; photocopies, 1967



FOLDER : 63.

Correspondence; 1968-1972, 1975, undated, unidentified



Lecture Notes



FOLDER : 64.

Ben Jonson 1573-1637; undated



FOLDER : 65.

Lesson on the blocking of A Raisin in the Sun; undated



FOLDER : 66.

Lessons on Elizabethan Drama; undated



FOLDER : 67.

The Roman Period; undated



Photographs



FOLDER : 68.

Arthur Bloom as Butcher Beynan in Under Milk Wood; 1966



FOLDER : 69.

Arthur Bloom in Day of Absence; 1968



FOLDER : 70.

Arthur Bloom in Medea; 1968



Plays



Hamlet, by William Shakespeare



FOLDER : 71.

Clippings; photocopies, 1970



FOLDER : 72.

Costumes and props lists; undated



FOLDER : 73.

Light cues; undated



FOLDER : 74.

Misc.; undated



FOLDER : 75.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 76.

Photographs; contact prints, undated



BOX 2.

FOLDER : 1.

Photographs; performances, both rehearsals and filmed, undated



Fisk University con't - Loyola University of Chicago
FOLDER : 2.

Program: Circle Players present Hamlet, by William Shakespeare; February 25-March 18, 1970



FOLDER : 3.

Publicity; 1970



FOLDER : 4.

Rehearsal schedule; 1970



FOLDER : 5.

Sound cues and music; undated



FOLDER : 6.

Script: Hamlet, by William Shakespeare; blocking copy, undated



FOLDER : 7.

Script: Hamlet, by William Shakespeare; prompt copy, undated



Home On The Range, by LeRoi Jones



FOLDER : 8.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 9.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 10.

Program: The Fisk University Stagecrafters and the Stagecrafter Apprentices present The Brick and the Rose, by Lewis John Carlino, and Home on the Range, by LeRoi Jones; March 14-15, 1969, at the Little Theatre



FOLDER : 11.

Script: Home on the Range, by LeRoi Jones; prompt copy, undated



The House of Bernarda Alba, by Garcia Lorca



FOLDER : 12.

Floor plan; draft, undated



FOLDER : 13.

Lesson plan; undated



FOLDER : 14.

Pattern for women's costumes, with instructions; undated



FOLDER : 15.

Photographs; contact prints, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Photographs; negatives, undated



FOLDER : 17.

Props list and plan; undated



FOLDER : 18.

Rehearsal schedules; undated



FOLDER : 19.

Script: The House of Bernarda Alba, by Garcia Lorca; prompt copy, undated



Johnnas, by Bill Gunn



FOLDER : 20.

Props, costumes, music and lighting cues; undated



FOLDER : 21.

Script: Johnnas, by Bill Gunn; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 22.

Stage floor plan and stage directions; 1968



FOLDER : 23.

Study guide; undated



Kaleidoscope '67



FOLDER : 24.

Program: Circle Players present Kaleidoscope '67; August 17-26, 1967



FOLDER : 25.

Props and costumes required for A Slight Ache; undated



FOLDER : 26.

Script: A Slight Ache, by Harold Pinter; prompt copy, undated



Luv, by Murray Schisgal



FOLDER : 27.

Clippings; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 28.

Floor plan; undated



FOLDER : 29.

Program: Circle Players Present Luv, by Murray Schisgal; January 22-February 1, 1969, with advertisements



FOLDER : 30.

Props and costumes lists; undated



FOLDER : 31.

Script: Luv, by Murray Schisgal; prompt copy, undated



Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare



FOLDER : 32.

Play Book: Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet as arranged for the Stage of the Globe Theatre at the San Diego Exposition, by Thomas Wood Stevens; NY: Samuel French, Inc., 1937



The Sea Gull, by Anton Chekhov



FOLDER : 33.

Clippings; photocopies, 1967



FOLDER : 34.

Discussion notes; undated



FOLDER : 35.

Newsletter: Prologue, published by Tufts University Theater; November 1973



FOLDER : 36.

Play Book: The Sea Gull, by Anton Chekov, translated by Stark Young; NY: Samuel French, Inc., 1950, incomplete copies



FOLDER : 37.

Program: The Circle Players Present The Sea Gull, by Anton Chekhov; May 24-June 3, 1967



FOLDER : 38.

Script: The Sea Gull, by Anton Chekhov, translated by Stark Young; prompt copy, with director's notes, 1967



Summertree, by Ron Cowen



FOLDER : 39.

Light cues; undated



FOLDER : 40.

Misc.; 1970, undated



FOLDER : 41.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 42.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 43.

Program: Circle Players present Summertree, by Ron Cowen; July 8-18, 1970, with program copy, draft



FOLDER : 44.

Props and costumes lists; undated



FOLDER : 45.

Publicity; 1970



FOLDER : 46.

Rehearsal schedules; 1970



FOLDER : 47.

Script: Summertree, by Ron Cowen; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 48.

Sound cues; undated



FOLDER : 49.

Tape: Summertree; reel-to-reel, undated



FOLDER : 50.

Try-outs information and form; undated



What Shall We Tell Caroline?, by John Mortimer



FOLDER : 51.

Props, costumes, light and sound cues; undated



FOLDER : 52.

Script: What Shall We Tell Caroline?, by John Mortimer; prompt/blocking copy, undated



Windows, by Murray Schisgal



FOLDER : 53.

Draft of news release advertising show at Jewish Community Center; holograph, 1969



FOLDER : 54.

Misc.; 1969, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 56.

Props list; undated



FOLDER : 57.

Script: Windows, by Murray Schisgal; prompt copy, undated



The World of Carl Sandburg, by Norman L. Corwin



FOLDER : 58.

Script: The World of Carl Sandburg, by Norman L. Corwin; prompt script, undated



Pre-College Center



FOLDER : 59.

Parent Directory, Upward Bound students; undated



FOLDER : 60.

Photograph: Calvin Thompson with sound equipment; undated



Plays



But I Read His Book, by Arthur Bloom and Drama Students



FOLDER : 61.

Photographs; 1969



FOLDER : 62.

Script: But I Read His Book--An Evening of Black Prose, Poetry and Song based on The Autobiography of Malcolm X, compiled by Arthur W. Bloom, The Pre-College Players and the Fisk University Stagecrafters; multilith, undated



FOLDER : 63.

Script: But I Read His Book--A Reading Based on the Autobiography of Malcolm X, compiled by Arthur W. Bloom and the Pre-College Players; multilith, undated



FOLDER : 64.

Program: The Fisk University Pre-College Players present Nig-guh (An Evening of Black Prose, Poetry, Song and Dance), compiled and staged by Arthur W. Bloom and The Pre-College Players; drafts, multilith, undated



FOLDER : 65.

Scripts: Nig-guh, An Evening of Black Prose, Poetry and Song, by Arthur W. Bloom and The Pre-College Players; prompt copy, mimeo, undated



US, compiled by Arthur W. Bloom



FOLDER : 66.

Misc.; 1968, undated



FOLDER : 67.

Photographs; ca. 1967, 1969



FOLDER : 68.

Program: The Fisk University Stagecrafters present The Stagecrafter Apprentices in US, a Reading of Black Prose, Poetry and Song; International Student Center, Fisk University, October 30, 1968



FOLDER : 69.

Report: Evaluation of the Dramatic Program of the Pre-College Program of Fisk University, by Arthur W. Bloom; photocopy, 1968



FOLDER : 70.

Script: US, A Reading of Prose and Poetry by Negro Authors, compiled by Arthur W. Bloom; director's copy, undated



FOLDER : 71.

Scripts: US, An Evening of Black Prose, Poetry and Song, by Arthur W. Bloom; misc. annotated versions, mimeo, undated



FOLDER : 72.

Proposal: Proposal for an Institute in Black Improvisational Theatre for Teachers of Inner-City Students, by Arthur W. Bloom; carbon, undated



Reports



FOLDER : 73.

The Drama Program at the Pre-College Center at Fisk University, by Arthur W. Bloom; carbons, 1969-1970



FOLDER : 74.

Proposed Fall Plans, 1968, author unidentified; multilith, 1968



FOLDER : 75.

The Upward Bound Program, Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, by Dr. Joseph E. Vaughan and Frances Jeter; multilith, undated



FOLDER : 76.

Script: The Experimental Leader, by Paul Carter Harrison; photocopy, undated



Loyola University



Articles



FOLDER : 77.

Drama and Immigrant Life: The Emergence of Hull-House Theatre, author unidentified; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 78.

Radio's Black Heritage: Destination Freedom 1948-1950, by J. Fred MacDonald; in Phylon, March 1978, photocopy



FOLDER : 79.

Shanghai Hamlet, by Arthur W. Bloom; directions for contributors to volume entitled Shakespeare: Notable International Revivals, edited by Samuel L. Leiter, photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 80.

Shanghai Hamlet; draft, photocopy, ca. 1984



FOLDER : 81.

Shanghai Hamlet; notes, undated



FOLDER : 82.

Tavern Theatre in Early Chicago, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript draft, edited photocopies, undated



BOX 3.

Classes



Loyola University of Chicago con't
History 303: Primitive Christianity



FOLDER : 1.

Class notes; 1974, undated



FOLDER : 2.

Course description and lecture notes; undated



Introduction to the Theatre



FOLDER : 3.

Introductory lesson; undated



FOLDER : 4.

List of basic terminology; undated



Lecture Notes



FOLDER : 5.

Commedia del Arte; 1982, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Kabuki Theatre; undated



FOLDER : 7.

Modern Jewish American Fiction; 1972-1973



Modern Theatre and Drama



FOLDER : 8.

Mid-term exams; 1975



FOLDER : 9.

Misc. quizzes; 1977-1978, 1983, undated



Theatre History II



FOLDER : 10.

Quizzes; 1977-1978, 1981-1982



Theatre 203-93-106/107: Dramatic Structure and Process



FOLDER : 11.

Lecture notes and assignment sheet; 1978, undated



FOLDER : 12.

Quiz on The Firebugs; 1978



FOLDER : 13.

Syllabi and calendar; undated



Theatre 256: History of the Theatre



FOLDER : 14.

Correspondence course information/study packet; ca. 1975



Theatre 257: History of the Theatre II



FOLDER : 15.

Correspondence course information/study packet; ca. 1976



Theatre 268: Characterization I



FOLDER : 16.

Notes; 1981, undated



FOLDER : 17.

Syllabi; 1978-1979, 1981-1982, 1982-1983



FOLDER : 18.

Voice, Rime and Movement exercises; undated



Theatre 282



FOLDER : 19.

Excerpts from various interpretations of The Duchess of Malfi, by John Webster; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 20.

Lecture notes; undated



FOLDER : 21.

Quiz on The Duchess of Malfi; 1973



FOLDER : 22.

Study guide; undated



Theatre 283



FOLDER : 23.

Exams and quizzes; 1971-1974, undated



Theatre 343-93-132: Studies in Dramatic Form



FOLDER : 24.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 25.

Syllabus; draft, undated



Theatre 349: Dramatic Theory and Criticism



FOLDER : 26.

Clippings; photocopies, 1977, undated



FOLDER : 27.

Lesson outlines; undated



Papers



FOLDER : 28.

A Basic Course in Dramatic Criticism, by Richard Hornby; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 29.

Teaching Dramatic Criticism: The Manifesto, by Laurence Senelick; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 30.

The Theory Aspect of the Basic Course in Theory and Criticism, by Roger Gross; photocopy/mimeo, undated



FOLDER : 31.

Syllabus; undated



Theatre 376: Play Directing



FOLDER : 32.

Lesson outlines; undated



FOLDER : 33.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 34.

Syllabus; 1974



Theatre 396: Modern Theatre



FOLDER : 35.

Syllabus; 1977



Correspondence



FOLDER : 36.

1972-1975



FOLDER : 37.

1976-1979



FOLDER : 38.

1980-1984



FOLDER : 39.

Undated, unidentified



Instutute of Pastoral Studies



FOLDER : 40.

Brochure: Institute for Spiritual Leadership: Program in Spiritual Counselling and Direction; 1974-1975



FOLDER : 41.

Directories: Alpha List 1974 Instiute Students, and Alpha List 1974 Institute Faculty; 1974



FOLDER : 42.

Newsletter: Institute of Pastoral Studies Newsletter; January-February 1974



FOLDER : 43.

Pamphlet: Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University of Chicago Summer Session; June 17-July 26, 1974



FOLDER : 44.

Misc.; 1949, 1973, undated



Papers



FOLDER : 45.

Focussing on the Here-and-Now While Looking at the Far-Away and Long-Ago, by Janice Mouton; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 46.

The Future of the Avant-Garde and the Paradigms of Post-Modernism, by Robert W. Corrigan; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 47.

Sticking Together: Public Issues and Private Concerns in Contemporary American Drama, by Richard Christiansen; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 48.

The Thought of Performance: Value, Vanishing, Dream, and Brain Damage, by Herbert Blau; photocopy, undated



Plays



Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams



FOLDER : 49.

Cast and crew directories; undated



FOLDER : 50.

Children's cues; undated



FOLDER : 51.

Costume sketches; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 52.

Floor plan, with set and furniture notes; undated



FOLDER : 53.

Lighting and sound cues, and design schedule; undated



FOLDER : 54.

News Release: Loyola University of Chicago Director of Public Relations; February 2, 1982



FOLDER : 55.

Notes for production meeting; undated



FOLDER : 56.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 57.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 58.

Play Book: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams; Dramatists Play Service, Inc., 1958



FOLDER : 59.

Poster: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams, Presented by Loyola University of Chicago Department of Theatre...; undated



FOLDER : 60.

Program: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams, Presented by Loyola University of Chicago Department of Theatre; February 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 1982



FOLDER : 61.

Props and costumes lists; undated



FOLDER : 62.

Rehearsal schedules; undated



FOLDER : 63.

Script: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams; prompt copy, with extra lines, undated



FOLDER : 64.

Tape: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; reel-to-reel, undated



FOLDER : 65.

Tape: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; 71/2 IPS mono reel-to-reel, undated



FOLDER : 66.

Clippings; photocopies, 1974-1976, 1979, 1981-1982



The Dock Brief, and Picture, by John Mortimer and Oliver Hailey



FOLDER : 67.

Poster: Two One Act Plays, The Dock Brief, by John Mortimer, and Picture, by Oliver Hailey; Rehearsal Room of the Kathleen Mullady Theatre, July 20, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 7:30 P.M., $1.00



FOLDER : 68.

Props and costume lists; undated



FOLDER : 69.

Rehearsal schedule; 1973



FOLDER : 70.

Script: The Dock Brief, by John Mortimer; prompt copy, 1973



FOLDER : 71.

Script: Picture, by Oliver Hailey; prompt copy, undated



Everyman, Anon.



FOLDER : 72.

Cast list and addresses; undated



FOLDER : 73.

Catalogue: Praxis Prospectus I; 1976-1977



FOLDER : 74.

Floor plan, by Michael W. Ballard; 1976



FOLDER : 75.

Misc.; 1976, undated



FOLDER : 76.

Newsletter: IPS Newsletter, published by The Institute of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University; Spring 1976



FOLDER : 77.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 78.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 79.

Purchase orders; 1976



FOLDER : 80.

Rehearsal schedules and try-out forms; 1976



FOLDER : 81.

Script: Everyman: A Morality Play, Anonymous; New York: Samuel French, Inc., undated, prompt copy



BOX 4.

The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde



FOLDER : 1.

Cast and crew lists; 1973



FOLDER : 2.

Costumes and props lists; undated



FOLDER : 3.

Floor plans, by Raoul Johnson; 1974



FOLDER : 4.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 5.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 6.

Rehearsal schedules; 1973-1974



FOLDER : 7.

Script: The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Sound and light cues; undated



FOLDER : 9.

Try-outs information and forms; 1973



MacBeth, by William Shakespeare



FOLDER : 10.

Box Office Report form and complimentary ticket list; 1982



FOLDER : 11.

Floor plan and section, by Raoul Johnson; 1982



FOLDER : 12.

Lighting cues; undated



FOLDER : 13.

Lists of cuts in the play; undated



FOLDER : 14.

Notes; 1982, undated



FOLDER : 15.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 16.

Place calls; 1982



FOLDER : 17.

Production notes; undated



FOLDER : 18.

Program: MacBeth, by William Shakespeare, Presented by Loyola University of Chicago Department of Theatre; November 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 1982



FOLDER : 19.

Props and costumes lists; undated



FOLDER : 20.

Rehearsal schedules; 1982



FOLDER : 21.

Script: MacBeth, by William Shakespeare; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 22.

Sound cues; undated



FOLDER : 23.

Staff directory; undated



FOLDER : 24.

Try-outs information and forms; 1982



“Marat Sade,” by Peter Weiss



FOLDER : 25.

American College Theatre Festival--Region III West Preliminary Screening Forms; 1983



FOLDER : 26.

Cast, crew and orchestra listings; undated



FOLDER : 27.

Clippings; photocopies, 1983



FOLDER : 28.

Cuts and changes in text of play; undated



FOLDER : 29.

Light cues; undated



FOLDER : 30.

Misc.; undated



FOLDER : 31.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 32.

Photographs; 1983



FOLDER : 33.

Program: Loyola University of Chicago Department of Theatre presents The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis De Sade, by Peter Weiss; November 11-13, 17-20, 1983



FOLDER : 34.

Rehearsal schedules; 1983



FOLDER : 35.

Script: The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis De Sade, by Peter Weiss; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 36.

Slides; 1983



The Mikado, by Gilbert and Sullivan



FOLDER : 37.

Brochure: Loyola University Theatre 1978-1979 Season; 1978



FOLDER : 38.

Cast list; undated



FOLDER : 39.

Costume sketches; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 40.

List of French scenes for The Mikado; undated



FOLDER : 41.

News Release: Loyola University of Chicago Office of Public Relations; undated



FOLDER : 42.

Notes; 1979, undated



FOLDER : 43.

Photographs and slides; undated



FOLDER : 44.

Poster: The Mikado, A Comic Operetta by Gilbert and Sullivan, Presented by Loyola University of Chicago Department of Theatre; April 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 1979



FOLDER : 45.

Rehearsal schedules; 1979



FOLDER : 46.

Script: The Mikado, by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; Part I, prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 47.

Script: The Mikado, by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; Part II, prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 48.

Set design and floor plan, by R.H. Smith; 1979



Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare



FOLDER : 49.

Cassette tape: Much Ado About Nothing; undated



FOLDER : 50.

Floor plan; 1976



FOLDER : 51.

Music and sound cues, with song used in play; undated



FOLDER : 52.

News Release: Loyola University of Chicago Entertainment Editor and Community Calendar; undated



FOLDER : 53.

Notes; 1976, undated



FOLDER : 54.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 55.

Production meeting agenda, August 25, 1976, and production schedule; November 19-December 2, 1976



FOLDER : 56.

Program: Loyola University Theatre 1976-1977 Season presents Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare; Kathleen Mullady Memorial Theatre, December 3-5, 10-12, 1976



FOLDER : 57.

Props and costumes lists; undated



FOLDER : 58.

Rehearsal schedules; 1976



FOLDER : 59.

Script: Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 60.

Study guide; undated



FOLDER : 61.

Tape: Much Ado About Nothing; John Reynolds Side 1A, 1976, reel-to-reel



FOLDER : 62.

Tape: Much Ado About Nothing; Reel 1, reel-to-reel, undated



BOX 5.

FOLDER : 1.

Much Ado....; Reel 2, (1st Intermission), reel-to-reel, undated



Loyola University of Chicago con't - Misc.
FOLDER : 2.

Much Ado....; Reel 3, (2nd Intermission), reel-to-reel, undated



FOLDER : 3.

Much Ado....; Reel 4, reel-to-reel, undated



FOLDER : 4.

Try-out sheets; undated



Murder in the Cathedral, by T.S. Eliot



FOLDER : 5.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 6.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 7.

Program: The Loyola University IPS and Theatre Departments Present Murder in the Cathedral, by T.S. Eliot; Madonna Della Strada Chapel, July 18 and 19, 1975, with ad



FOLDER : 8.

Rehearsal schedules; undated



FOLDER : 9.

Script: Murder in the Cathedral, by T.S. Eliot; prompt copy, with extra speeches, undated



No Place To Be Somebody, by Charles Gordone



FOLDER : 10.

Cast and crew lists; 1974, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Floor plan; undated



FOLDER : 12.

News Release: Loyola University of Chicago Office of Public Relations; September 18, 1974



FOLDER : 13.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 14.

Photographs; 1974



FOLDER : 15.

Props and costume lists; undated



FOLDER : 16.

Rehearsal and performance schedules; 1974



FOLDER : 17.

Script: No Place To Be Somebody, A Black-Black Comedy, by Charles Gordone; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 18.

Sound cues and music; undated



FOLDER : 19.

Try-outs information and forms; 1974, undated



She Stoops To Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith



FOLDER : 20.

Agenda for first production meeting; September 12, 1979



FOLDER : 21.

Ground plan, by Greg Weber; undated



FOLDER : 22.

Misc.; 1979, undated



FOLDER : 23.

News Release: Loyola University of Chicago Theatre Department; November 1979



FOLDER : 24.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 25.

Photographs; undated



FOLDER : 26.

Program: Loyola University Theatre, She Stoops To Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith; Kathleen Mullady Theatre, November 30, December 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 1979



FOLDER : 27.

Props and costumes; undated



FOLDER : 28.

Rehearsal schedules; 1979



FOLDER : 29

Script: She Stoops To Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith; prompt copy, undated



Story Theatre, adapted by Paul Sills



FOLDER : 30.

Cast lists; undated



FOLDER : 31.

Costumes, props and sound effects lists; undated



FOLDER : 32.

News Release: Loyola University of Chicago Office of Public Relations; September 20, 1974



FOLDER : 33.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 34.

Rehearsal schedules; 1974



FOLDER : 35.

Script: Story Theatre, adapted by Paul Sills; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 36.

Sign-up sheets; 1974



FOLDER : 37.

Surveys of interest in Pastoral Institute/ Theatre Dept. Joint Program; 1974



FOLDER : 38.

Ticket order books; undated



The Trojan Women, by Euripides



FOLDER : 39.

Audition schedule, and times people are unavailable; undated



FOLDER : 40.

Cassette tape: Act I, Trojan Women; undated



FOLDER : 41.

Cassette tape: Trojan Women, 1st Choral Entrance, Cassandra Monody; undated



FOLDER : 42.

Cassette Tape: The Trojan Women rehearsal; December 29, 1980



FOLDER : 43.

Cast lists; undated



FOLDER : 44.

Expenses; 1981, undated, with final box office report



FOLDER : 45.

Floor plan and section, by Raoul Johnson; 1981



FOLDER : 46.

Misc.; 1980, undated



FOLDER : 47.

News Release: Loyola University of Chicago, Loyola University Theatre; 1981



FOLDER : 48.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 49.

Photograph and slides; undated



FOLDER : 50.

Poster: Presented by Loyola University of Chicago-- Department of Theatre; The Trojan Women, by Euripides, translated by Philip Vellacott, February 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, March 1......



FOLDER : 51.

Program: The Trojan Women, by Euripides, translated by Philip Vellacott, presented by Loyola University of Chicago-- Department of Theatre; February 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, March 1, 1981



FOLDER : 52.

Rehearsal schedules; undated



FOLDER : 53.

Script: The Women of Troy, by Euripides, translated by Philip Vellacott; prompt copy, undated



Under Milk Wood, by Dylan Thomas



FOLDER : 54.

Cast and crew lists; undated



FOLDER : 55.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 56.

Program: Loyola University of Chicago Department of Theatre presents Under Milk Wood, by Dylan Thomas; undated



FOLDER : 57.

Rehearsal schedules; undated



FOLDER : 58.

Script: Under Milk Wood, by Dylan Thomas; prompt copy, undated



Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, by Edward Albee



FOLDER : 59.

Floor plan, by Maripat Donovan; 1975



FOLDER : 60.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 61.

Photograph; undated



FOLDER : 62.

Poster: Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, October 30, November 2 and 9, 7: 30 P.M., October 31, November 1, 7, and 8, 8:30 P.M., Loyola University Theatre



FOLDER : 63.

Program: Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, October 30, 31, November 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 1975, Loyola University Theatre



FOLDER : 64.

Script: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, by Edward Albee; prompt copy, undated



Scripts



FOLDER : 65.

Dynamite, by R.M. Menges; typescript photocopy, 1978



FOLDER : 66.

The Other Side of the Swamp, by Royce Ryton; in Plays and Players, June 1976, photocopy



Miscellaneous Materials



FOLDER : 67.

Book Review: Wendy Griswold's Renaissance Revivals: City Comedy and Revenge Tragedy in the London Theatre 1576-1980. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986, reviewed by Arthur W. Bloom; in Comparative Drama Reviews, undated



FOLDER : 68.

Computer Disk: Merchant of Venice II; undated disk goes with Osborne computer



FOLDER : 69.

Computer Disk: Six Characters in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello; undated, disk goes with Osborne computer



FOLDER : 70.

Photographs: Production of Hamlet and an unnamed Brecht play, at Shanghai Drama School; 1983



Plays



FOLDER : 71.

Dark Star, by George Hickenlooper; typescript photocopy, 1985, with letter and clipping



FOLDER : 72.

The Electronic Nigger, by Ed Bullins; typescript photocopy, undated



BOX 6.

FOLDER : 1.

Nature's Gentlemen, by George Hickenlooper; photocopy, 1980



Misc. con't - Playwrights
FOLDER : 2.

Nature's Gentlemen, by George Hickenlooper; photocopy, 1981



FOLDER : 3.

Sir Roger Casement, Traitor, by George Hickenlooper; photocopy, 1975



FOLDER : 4.

Sir Roger Casement, Traitor, by George Hickenlooper; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 5.

South Side Blues, A Jazz Love Poem in Two Acts, by Sam Greenlee; typescript photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Tape: Beyond the Fringe; 71/2 IPS, reel-to-reel, undated



FOLDER : 7.

Tape: Lady Audley's Secret; reel-to-reel, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Tape: Unidentified musical score, by Bob Merrill; cassette, undated



Theatre Architecture



FOLDER : 9.

Clippings; photocopies, 1961, 1963-1965, undated



FOLDER : 10.

Exterior postcard views; undated



FOLDER : 11.

Interior postcard views; undated



Theatre Genre



FOLDER : 12.

Article: Some Notes on the St. George Play, by Robert J. Green; in Theatre Survey, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 13.

Article: Vaudeville as a Social Mirror, by Bruce L. Wasserman; in Theatre Seminar, Autumn 1968



FOLDER : 14.

Clippings; photocopies, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1971, undated



FOLDER : 15.

Excerpt: The King Herod Play, by Marjorie Young; from Performance in Polish Villages, no attribution, photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Excerpt: Story-Telling Performances, by E.T. Kirby; from Indigenous African Theatre, no attribution, photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 17.

Lesson on Avant-Garde Theatre; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 18.

Lesson on the Nature of Farce; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 19.

Lessons on French Neo-Classicism; holograph/typescript, undated



FOLDER : 20.

Lessons on German Theatre and Dramatic Criticism; holograph, typescript, undated



FOLDER : 21.

Lessons on the Non-Realistic Modern Theatre; typescript, holograph, undated



FOLDER : 22.

Notes on English Pantomime; holograph, undated



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 23.

Comedie-Francaise; 1964



FOLDER : 24.

La Comedie-Francaise, etablie par Sylvie Chevalley publiee dans la Comedie-Francaise; 1961



FOLDER : 25.

Les Femmes Savantes, textes de Sylvie Chevalley, Pierre Melese, Gustave Reynier, et Jacque Truchet; Publiee dans la Collection de la Comedie-Francaise, 1962



FOLDER : 26.

Moliere, textes de Pierre Brisson, Leon Chancerel, Sylvie Chevalley, Dussane, Madeleine Horn-Monval, Jean-Louis Loiselet, Georges Mongredien; Publiee dans la Comedie-Francaise, 1963



Programs



FOLDER : 27.

The City Center of Music and Drama, Inc., in association with The Greek Theatre Association (Los Angeles)...presents the Greek Tragedy Theatre in Euripides' Medea Tragedy, translated by D. Sarros; undated



FOLDER : 28.

Theatre National De Opera, Saison 1963-1964



FOLDER : 29.

Theatre National De Opera Comique, Saison 1963-1964



Theatre People



FOLDER : 30.

Article: Shoot the Sherbert to the Schuberts: A Family Chronicle, by Stanley Koven; in Show, June 1964, photocopy



FOLDER : 31.

Article: Stage Struck: The Romance of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, by Maurice Zolotow; in Look, December 15, 1964, photocopy



FOLDER : 32.

Book: Theatre World, Season 1967-1968, Vol. 24, by John Willis; NY: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1968



FOLDER : 33.

Clippings; photocopies, 1961, 1984



FOLDER : 34.

David Birney correspondence; 1968, 1984, 1985, 1989, undated



FOLDER : 35.

Photograph: David Birney; undated



FOLDER : 36.

Photograph: Telly Savalas, inscribed; undated



FOLDER : 37.

Program: The Dartmouth Players Repertory Company presents The Tragedy of Richard III, by William Shakespeare; Center Theatre, Hopkins Center, July 15-26, 1980



Playwrights



Arthur Adamov



FOLDER : 38.

Play: Professor Taranne, by Arthur Adamov; introduction by Albert Bermel, from Four Modern French Comedies, photocopy, undated



Edward Albee



FOLDER : 39.

Article: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton: The Night of the Brawl, by Joseph Roddy; in Look, February 8, 1966, photocopy



FOLDER : 40.

Clippings; photocopies, 1962-1967, undated



FOLDER : 41.

Notes; undated



Programs



FOLDER : 42.

The American Film Theatre presents A Delicate Balance, a Film from the Play by Edward Albee; 1973



FOLDER : 43.

Theatre 1963 presents The Evening Company in Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Billy Rose Theatre, December 1962



FOLDER : 44.

Theatre 1967 presents...Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance; Martin Beck Theatre, November 1966



FOLDER : 45.

The Westport Country Playhouse presents the 1966 Spring Festival from the Repertoire of the American Conservatory Theatre; May 16-June 11, 1966



James Baldwin



FOLDER : 46.

Lesson notes; undated



Samuel Beckett



FOLDER : 47.

Clippings; photocopies, 1958, 1964, 1965, undated



Bertholt Brecht



FOLDER : 48.

Clippings; photocopies, 1962, 1966, undated



FOLDER : 49.

Notes; undated



Programs



FOLDER : 50.

The Caucasian Chalk Circle; Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, ca. 1966



FOLDER : 51.

The Eighth Season, Minnesota Theatre Company, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, A Man's A Man; 1970



FOLDER : 52.

The Yale University Dramatic Association presents The Threepenny Opera, by Bertholt Brecht; Yale University Theatre, 1966



Anton Chekhov



FOLDER : 53.

Clippings; photocopies, 1962, 1965, undated



FOLDER : 54.

Photographs: Members of the National Theatre in Uncle Vanya; undated



Programs



FOLDER : 55.

Alexander H. Cohen Presents the Tennant Production...Ivanov, by Anton Chekhov; Shubert Theatre, February 18-26, 1966



FOLDER : 56.

The Governors of Pitlochry Festival Society Ltd., with the support of the Scottish Committee of the Arts Council of Great Britain present The Sea Gull by Anton Chekhov; Pitlochry Festival Theatre, 1964



FOLDER : 57.

The National Theatre (presents) Uncle Vanya, by Anton Chekhov; ca. 1963



FOLDER : 58.

S. Hurok presents... Moscow Art Theatre in The Cherry Orchard, by Anton Chekhov; New York City Center, February 1965



Noel Coward



FOLDER : 59.

Clippings; photocopies, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 60.

CLC Theatre presents Noel Coward's Present Laughter; College of Lake County, Illinois, November 1981



FOLDER : 61.

David Lonn...presents....Private Lives, by Noel Coward; Arlington Park Theatre, Arlington Heights, Illinois, April 1973



FOLDER : 62.

Long Wharf Theatre presents Hay Fever, by Noel Coward; Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, Connecticut, February 11-March 6, 1966



FOLDER : 63.

Pitlochry Festival Theatre 14th Annual Festival Season of Six Famous Plays: Present Laughter by Noel Coward; 1964



T.S. Eliot



FOLDER : 64.

Program: The American Shakespeare Festival Theatre 1966: Murder in the Cathedral, by T.S. Eliot; Stratford, Connecticut, 1966, with clipping



George Farquhar



FOLDER : 65.

Program: The National Theatre, The Recruiting Officer, by George Farquhar; The Old Vic Theatre, undated



Paul Foster



FOLDER : 66.

Program: William Dorr in association with Michael White presents Tom Paine, by Paul Foster; Stage 73, New York, undated



Barbara Garson



FOLDER : 67.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 68.

Program: Julia Curtis and David Productions present MacBird!, by Barbara Garson; Circle in the Square, New York, 1967



Gilbert and Sullivan



FOLDER : 69.

Clippings; photocopies, 1964, 1967, undated



FOLDER : 70.

Pamphlet: Iolanthe, or The Peer and the Peri, by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; no attribution, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 71.

The Dartmouth Players present H.M.S. Pinafore, or The Lass That Loved A Sailor, by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; Center Theatre, Hopkins Center, February 1979



FOLDER : 72.

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Gilbert and Sullivan, The Mikado and H. M. S. Pinafore; Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago, April 1976



FOLDER : 73.

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Gilbert and Sullivan, North American Tour; 1976



FOLDER : 74.

The D'Oyly Carte Trust, Ltd., presents, under the management of S. Hurok--D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, from the Savoy Theatre, London; 1965-1966



FOLDER : 75.

Festival of the City of London: The City Arts Trust Ltd., in association with the Corporation of the City of London and the Arts Council of Great Britain presents The Yeoman of the Guard; Tower of London, July 6-18, 1964



FOLDER : 76.

Hopkins Center presents The Dartmouth Players in Thomas and Sally, or The Sailor's Return, by Isaac Bickerstaffe, and Cox and Box, or the Long Lost Brothers by A.S. Sullivan and Francis C. Burnand; Center Theatre, undated



FOLDER : 77.

New York City Center, The D'Oyly Carte Opera Trust Ltd. presents under the management of S. Hurok, D'Oyly Carte Opera Company...in Gilbert and Sullivan Operas...; November, December 1964, with programs for some of the operas performed



FOLDER : 78.

The Tyrone Guthrie Production from The Stratford Festival of Canada: Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirate of Penzance, or The Slave of Duty; 1961



FOLDER : 79.

The Savoy-aires Present the Centennial Production of Pirates of Penzance, or the Slave of Duty, by Gilbert and Sullivan; Niles North High School, Evanston, Illinois, 1979



William Gillette



FOLDER : 80.

Pamphlet: Gillette Castle at Hadlyme: A State Park, by Fred Van Name; 1958



Frank Gilroy



FOLDER : 81.

Program: Circle Players present The Subject Was Roses, by Frank D. Gilroy; Circle Theatre, Nashuille, ca. 1966



FOLDER : 82.

Program: Edgar Lansbury presents The Subject Was Roses, a New Play by Frank D. Gilroy; Royale Theatre, 1964, with clipping



Jean Giraudoux



FOLDER : 83.

Clippings; photocopies, 1965, undated, with page of notes



Gunter Grass



FOLDER : 84.

Notes for a lesson on The Plebians Rehearse the Uprising, by Gunter Grass; undated



Rolf Hochhuth



FOLDER : 85.

Clippings; photocopies, 1964, 1968



FOLDER : 86.

Lesson on The Deputy; undated



Henrik Ibsen



FOLDER : 87.

Program: The National Theatre, The Master Builder, by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Emlyn Williams; undated



Eugene Ionesco



FOLDER : 88.

Clippings; photocopies, 1966, undated



Alfred Jarry



FOLDER : 89.

Lesson on Ubu Roi; notes, undated



Ben Jonson



FOLDER : 90.

Postcards featuring scenes from The Alchemist, Stratford Festiual; 1969



FOLDER : 91.

Program: Long Wharf Theatre presents Volpone, by Ben Jonson, adapted by Stefan Zweig; 1965



George S. Kaufman



FOLDER : 92.

Brochure: APA-Phoenix announces the APA Repertory Company in its 1966-1967 Repertory Season beginning November 21 at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre; 1966



FOLDER : 93.

Clippings; photocopies. 1965, undated



Arthur Miller



FOLDER : 94.

Clippings; photocopies, 1961, 1964, 1965, undated



FOLDER : 95.

Pamphlet: Long Wharf Theatre Study Guide to the 1965-1966 Season; 1965



Programs



FOLDER : 96.

Long Wharf Theatre presents Its Inaugural Production, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller; July 6-18, 1965



FOLDER : 97.

Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts 1964-1965. Incident at Vichy, by Arthur Miller; ANTA Washington Square Theatre, December 1964



FOLDER : 98.

Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, Second Subscription Season, ANTA Washington Square Theatre, 1964-1965



FOLDER : 99.

Robert Whitehead in association with Robert W. Dowling present Arthur Miller's The Price; The Morosco Theatre, March 1968



FOLDER : 100.

Misc. clippings; photocopies, 1964, 1966, undated



FOLDER : 101.

Misc., general; 1969, undated



Jean Baptiste Poquelin Moliere



FOLDER : 102.

Clippings; photocopies, 1963-1965, undated



FOLDER : 103.

Postcards featuring scenes from Tartuffe; Stratford Festival, 1969



FOLDER : 104.

Program: Moliere's Tartuffe, translated by Richard Wilbur; Stratford Festival, Canada, Seventeenth Season, 1969



Eugene O'Neill



FOLDER : 105.

Clippings; photocopies, 1962, 1964, 1967, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 106.

Academy Festival Theatre, the 1974 Marshall Migatz Memorial Production: Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms; Drake Theatre, Barat College, Lake Forest, IL, 1974



FOLDER : 107.

Academy Playhouse, Marshall Migatz Memorial Season presents Eugene O'Neill's A Moon For The Misbegotten; Drake Theatre, Barat College, Lake Forest, IL, 1973



FOLDER : 108.

Arena Stage presents Long Day's Journey Into Night, by Eugene O'Neill; Arena Stage, Washington, D.C., 1965



FOLDER : 109.

Minnesota Theatre Company 1969, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre/Seventh Season; 1969



FOLDER : 110.

Theodore Mann and Joseph E. Levine in association with Katzka-Berne present Eugene O'Neill's Hughie; Royale Theatre, 1965



John Osborne



FOLDER : 111.

Clippings; photocopies, 1963, 1964, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 112.

The American Film Theatre Presents Luther, a film from the play by John Osborne; 1974



FOLDER : 113.

David Merrick Arts Foundation presents The English Stage Company Production of Inadmissible Evidence, by John Osborne; Sam S. Shubert Theatre, 1966



FOLDER : 114.

David Merrick, by arrangement with The English Stage Company and Oscar Lewenstein, presents Luther, by John Osborne; St. James Theatre, 1964



FOLDER : 115.

Script: The Entertainer, by John Osborne; Chicago: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1959, prompt copy



Harold Pinter



FOLDER : 116.

Clippings; photocopies, 1964, 1967, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 117.

The American Film Theatre Presents The Homecoming, a film from the play by Harold Pinter; 1973



FOLDER : 118.

Royal Shakespeare Company in The Birthday Party, by Harold Pinter; Aldwych Theatre, London, 1964



BOX 7.

Jean Racine



Playwrights con't - Trinity University
FOLDER : 1.

Notes on Racine's dramatic criticism; undated



Peter Shaffer



FOLDER : 2.

Clippings; photocopies, undated



William Shakespeare



FOLDER : 3.

Article: New Light on the Globe Theatre, by Frances Yates; in The New York Review of Books, May 26, 1966, photocopy



FOLDER : 4.

Article: “Not of an Age But for All Time,” by Barbara Ward; in The New York Times Magazine, March 15, 1964, photocopy



FOLDER : 5.

Catalogue: William Shakespeare 1564-1964, The Shakespeare Exhibition, in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain; 1964



FOLDER : 6.

Clippings; photocopies, 1964-1966, undated



FOLDER : 7.

Magazine: Show, the Magazine of the Arts, published by Hartford Publications, Inc., New York; February 1964



FOLDER : 8.

Misc.; 1970, 1980, undated



FOLDER : 9.

Newsletter: Stratford For Students, School Newsletter, published by Stratford, Ontario Theatre Festival; Fall 1981



FOLDER : 10.

Notes on Shakespeare's plays; undated



FOLDER : 11.

Pamphlet: The American Shakespeare Festival Theatre 1967, published by The American Shakespeare Festival Theatre; 1967



FOLDER : 12.

Pamphlet: Der Kauffmann Von Venedig von William Shakespeare, aberstotzt von August Wilhelm von Schlegel; 1964



FOLDER : 13.

Photographs: The Royal Shakespeare Company; 1964



FOLDER : 14.

Postcards featuring scenes from Falstaff, Henry IV, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello, and the Shakespeare Exhibition; 1965, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 15.

Ariel Theatre Ltd. presents, in the Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace, Leslie French's production of Twelfth Night, or What You Will, by William Shakespeare; undated



FOLDER : 16.

Falstaff: Henry IV, Part II, by William Shakespeare; 13th Season Stratford Festival Canada, Festival Theatre, 1965



FOLDER : 17.

The Guthrie Theatre presents The Stratford National Theatre of Canada: Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare, The Duchess of Malfi, by John Webster; The Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, 1971



FOLDER : 18.

The Guthrie Theatre presents The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare; Minneapolis, 1971



FOLDER : 19.

New York Shakespeare Festival presents William Shakespeare's Coriolanus; Delacorte Theatre, 1965, with Eighth Annual Student Audience Season, American Shakespeare Festival Theatre and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut presents Coriolanus; 1965



FOLDER : 20.

New York Shakespeare Festival Presents William Shakespeare's Love's Labor's Lost; Delacorte Theatre, 1965



FOLDER : 21.

Northern Illinois University Dept. of Theatre presents Romeo and Juliet; Stevens Building/O'Connell Theatre, undated



FOLDER : 22.

Old Globe Theatre at the Simon Edison Centre for the Performing Arts presents the 31st San Diego National Shakespeare Festival, Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare; 1980



FOLDER : 23.

The Old Vic Company presents Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare; New York City Center, 1962



FOLDER : 24.

The Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center presents William Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice; Vivian Beaumont Theatre, 1973



FOLDER : 25.

Royal Shakespeare Company in Henry IV, Part I and Henry IV, Part II; Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1964



FOLDER : 26.

Royal Shakespeare Company in Henry V; Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1964



FOLDER : 27.

The Royal Shakespeare Company in King Lear and Comedy of Errors; For Shakespeare's 400th Anniversary, Bonfils Theatre, 1964



FOLDER : 28.

Royal Shakespeare Company in Richard II; Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1964



FOLDER : 29.

Shakespeare, The American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut; 1967



FOLDER : 30.

Stratford Festival, Canada; 1965



FOLDER : 31.

Stratford Festival, Canada presents Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare; 1971



FOLDER : 32.

University Players present National Players 19th Touring Company in Much Ado About Nothing; 1967/68



FOLDER : 33.

Wisdom Bridge Theatre presents Hamlet, by William Shakespeare; Wisdom Bridge Theatre, Chicago, 1985



George Bernard Shaw



FOLDER : 34.

Clippings; photocopies, 1963, 1965, undated



FOLDER : 35.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 36.

Program: Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's Arms and the Man, A Romantic Comedy by G.B. Shaw; Mendelssohn Theatre, 1973



FOLDER : 37.

Program: Lee Orgel and William J. Griffiths present George Bernard Shaw's Don Juan in Hell; Shubert Theatre, Chicago, 1972



Richard Brinsley Sheridan



FOLDER : 38.

Program: Long Wharf Theatre presents The Rivals, A Comedy in Three Acts, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan; Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, Connecticut, 1966, with clipping



Megan Terry



FOLDER : 39.

Clippings; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 40.

Program: Jordan Charney, Nancy Cooperstein and David Rothenberg in association with Stanley Swerdlow present Viet Rock, by Megan Terry; Martinique Theatre, undated



Jean-Claude Van Itallie



FOLDER : 41.

Program: American Hurrah, by Jean-Claude Van Itallie; Pocket Theatre, New York, 1967



Douglas Turner Ward



FOLDER : 42.

Program: Robert Hooks Inc. presents Happy Ending, and, Day of Absence, by Douglas Turner Ward; St. Marks Playhouse, New York, 1965



Peter Weiss



FOLDER : 43.

Clippings; photocopies, 1966, 1967, undated



FOLDER : 44.

Notes for lessons on Weiss's plays; undated



FOLDER : 45.

Program: Alan King and Walter A. Hyman Ltd., Eugene V. Wolsk and Emanuel Azenberg present The Investigation, by Peter Weiss; Ambassador Theatre, New York, 1966



Arnold Wesker



FOLDER : 46.

Program: Rita Fredericks and Paul Stoudt with The Establishment Theatre Co., Inc. present Arnold Wesker's The Kitchen; 81st St. Theatre, undated, with clipping



John Whiting



FOLDER : 47.

Program: Alexander H. Cohen presents The Devils, by John Whiting; Based upon The Devils of Loudon, by Aldous Huxley, The Broadway Theatre, 1966



Thornton Wilder



FOLDER : 48.

Lesson notes; undated



Tennessee Williams



FOLDER : 49.

Brochure: The Rose Tattoo, published by The Theatre Recording Society; undated



FOLDER : 50.

Clippings; photocopies, 1961-1962, 1965, 1968, undated



FOLDER : 51.

Notes on The Glass Menagerie; undated



FOLDER : 52.

Photocopies of correspondence addressed to Father Gene Stephens, Loyola University of Chicago; 1975, 1983



Quinnipiac College



FOLDER : 53.

Assignment sheets; 1966, undated



FOLDER : 54.

Course information sheets; 1967, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Drama exams; undated



FOLDER : 56.

English exams; 1965-1967



FOLDER : 57.

Lesson notes; undated



FOLDER : 58.

Program: Theatre Workshop, Quinnipiac College presents three one-act plays as a final production at the “old campus;” 1966



FOLDER : 59.

Syllabus for class on Play Direction; 1967



Theatre Organizations



AETA



Papers



FOLDER : 60.

Anatomy of Murder: The Disoriented Individual vs His Disordered Society, by Andrea L. Goldberg; AETA 1971 Convention, Chicago, August 1971



FOLDER : 61.

Aristotelian Rhetoric and Sophoclean Drama, by Ian Mills; AETA 1971 Convention, Chicago, August 1971



FOLDER : 62.

Hasenclaver and Brecht: A Critical Comparison of Two Antigones, by William R. Elwood AETA 1971 Convention, Chicago, August 1971



FOLDER : 63.

The Question of Theatre as a Form: A Consideration of the Play as a Moving Picture, by Julian M. Olf; AETA 1971 Convention, Chicago, August 1971



FOLDER : 64.

Ras Lila: Traditional Theatre as Religious Ritual, by Darius Swann; AETA 1971 Convention, Chicago, August 1971



FOLDER : 65.

Ritual and Noh, by Arthur Little; AETA 1971 Convention, Chicago, August 1971



ANTA



FOLDER : 66.

Newsletter: Chapter One, published by Greater New York Chapter of ANTA; April 1962, Autumn 1962



ATA



FOLDER : 67.

Program: American Theatre Association 39th Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., Sheraton-Park Hotel; August 10-13, 1975, Bicentennial Celebration of American Theatre



ITA



Programs



FOLDER : 68.

ITA '84: Theatre of the `80's: High Tech and Beyond, Program of Events, 1984 ITA Convention; Bismarck Hotel, Chicago, September 14-16, 1984



FOLDER : 69.

Illinois Theatre Association and Women in Theatre present An Evening of Staged Readings: New Works by Women; Wallace Lab Theatre, Northwestern University, October 24, 1981



FOLDER : 70.

Ninth Annual Illinois High School Theatre Festival, Broad Stripes and Bright Stars: Theatre in America; Illinois State University, 1984



Trinity University



FOLDER : 71.

Article: Joseph Jefferson III, by Arthur W. Bloom; typed draft, undated



FOLDER : 72.

Book Review: Great Reckonings in Little Rooms, by Bert O. States; Berkeley: University of California Press, ca. 1985, reviewed by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 73.

Clippings; photocopies, 1866, 1985, undated



FOLDER : 74.

Correspondence; 1985-1987, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 75.

Directory: Texas Speech Communication Associates; 1986



FOLDER : 76.

Directory: The University Interscholastic League 1985-1986 Drama Faculty Directory



Dissertations



FOLDER : 77.

The Ghost Dance Among the Amerindian Sioux 1889-1890, by David M. Berube; print-out, partially edited, December 9, 1986



FOLDER : 78.

Toward a Conservative Deconstruction of The Magic Flute, by Michael Evenden; pp. 1-196, edited photocopy, includes comments on verso of pages, 1986



FOLDER : 79.

Toward a Conservative Deconstruction of The Magic Flute, by Michael Evenden; pp. 197- 307, with bibliography, photocopy, 1986



FOLDER : 80.

Lecture: An Evaluation of Lillian Hellman's The Little Foxes and Another Part of the Forest, probably by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 81.

Pamphlet: Arts: A Plan for the Operation, Funding, and Services for the Arts in Texas, published by The Texas Commission on the Arts; undated, with application form



Plays



The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare



FOLDER : 82.

Auditions information; 1987



FOLDER : 83.

Cast lists; undated



FOLDER : 84.

Lectures: Theatrical Core Lecture Series on The Merchant of Venice, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescripts, undated



FOLDER : 85.

Misc.; undated



FOLDER : 86.

Music and lighting cues; undated



FOLDER : 87.

News Release: Trinity University News; March 20, 1987



FOLDER : 88.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 89.

Program: Steiren Arts Enrichment Series, William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, with Laurence McCauley as Shylock; Ruth Taylor Theatre One, 1987



FOLDER : 90.

Props and costume lists; 1987



FOLDER : 91.

Rehearsal schedules; 1987



FOLDER : 92.

Scenery designer's sketches, by Stephen Gilliam; 1987, originals, photocopies



FOLDER : 93.

Script: The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare; director's copy, undated, photocopy



BOX 8.

FOLDER : 1.

Tape: The Merchant of Venice; music, cassette, undated



Trinity University con't - Yale University
Six Characters in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello



FOLDER : 2.

Auditions and casting information sheets; 1985



FOLDER : 3.

Cast list; undated



FOLDER : 4.

News Release: Trinity University News; October 23, 1985



FOLDER : 5.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 6.

Photographs; 1985



FOLDER : 7.

Play: Six Characteras in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello, translated by John Linstrum; London: Eyre Methuen, 1979, photocopy



FOLDER : 8.

Production dates for 1985-1986; 1985



FOLDER : 9.

Program: Trinity University's Speech and Drama Department Presents Six Characters in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello, Adaptation by Arthur W. Bloom and members of the company; Ruth Taylor Theatre, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 10.

Rehearsal schedules; 1985



FOLDER : 11.

Scenery designer's sketches, by Stephen Gilliam; 1985



FOLDER : 12.

Script: Six Characters in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello, adapted by Arthur W. Bloom; director's adapted copy, typed photocopy, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 13.

Trinity University Players present An Evening in the Cafe Theatre: `Dentity Crisis, by Christopher Durang, and Overtones, by Alice Gerstenberg; undated



FOLDER : 14.

Trinity University presents Working, a Musical from the book by Studs Terkel, adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso; Ruth Taylor Attic III, 1985



FOLDER : 15.

Trinity University's Departments of Music and Speech and Drama Present Promenade; Book and Lyrics by Maria Irene Fornes, Music by Al Carmines, Theatre One, 1987



FOLDER : 16.

Script: 3 Wise Men 3: A Twelfth-Night Entertainment, by Raymond J. Pentzell; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 17.

Syllabus for Modern American Theatre seminar; undated



Washington State University



Articles



FOLDER : 18.

The Theatre of Non-Mimetic Propaganda: Critical Criteria, by Arthur W. Bloom; edited drafts, undated



FOLDER : 19.

The Theatre of Non-Mimetic Propaganda: Critical Criteria, by Arthur W. Bloom; mimeo, from Xavier University Studies, undated



FOLDER : 20.

The Theatre of Non-Mimetic Propaganda: Critical Criteria, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, carbons, undated



Classes



Cultural Anthropology 210



FOLDER : 21.

Notes; 1971



FOLDER : 22.

Syllabus and suggested topic for paper; 1971



English 510



FOLDER : 23.

Notes; 1972, undated



FOLDER : 24.

Syllabus, with suggestions for research papers; undated



History 120



FOLDER : 25.

Lecture and discussion topics; undated



FOLDER : 26.

Notes; 1971



History 435



FOLDER : 27.

Notes; 1971



FOLDER : 28.

Syllabus, with reading list; undated



Speech 465



FOLDER : 29.

Paper: A Biographical and Historical Essay on Adam De La Halle and Le Jeu De Robin Et Marion, with a translation, by Rochelle Stocker; photocopy, 1972



FOLDER : 30.

Paper: A Study of Four Religious Tragedies of the French Renaissance, by Gerry Auel; photocopy, 1972



Speech 466



FOLDER : 31.

Paper: An Historical Essay on Puppets in France from 1640-1742, with a translation of the puppet parody play Pierrot-Romulus Ou Le Ravisseur Poli, by Rochelle Stocker; photocopy, 1972, with comments by Arthur W. Bloom



Speech 570



FOLDER : 32.

Paper: Dramatic Entertainment in Pullman, Washington, From January 3, 1891 Through December 29, 1893, by Michael A. DePonzi; critiqued draft, typescript, photocopies, 1972



FOLDER : 33.

Correspondence; 1970-1972, unidentified



Lecture Notes



FOLDER : 34.

The English Restoration; undated



FOLDER : 35.

Lesson on Gorboduc; undated



FOLDER : 36.

Lesson on the Relationship Between Hamlet and Its Sources; undated



FOLDER : 37.

Secular Plays During the Medieval Period; undated



FOLDER : 38.

Untitled, on the evolution of English theatre in the 19th century; undated



FOLDER : 39.

Magazine: Cultural Affairs, published by the Associated Councils of the Arts; January 1971



FOLDER : 40.

Magazine: Theatre Today, published by Advanced Institute for the Development of American Repertory Theatre, Dept. of Speech and Theatre, Brooklyn College; Summer 1971



Plays



Pullman Car Hiawatha, by Thornton Wilder



FOLDER : 41.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 42.

Photographs; 1972



FOLDER : 43.

Program: 40th Annual High School Summer Camp 1972, Washington State University; July 4-8, 1972



FOLDER : 44.

Script: Pullman Car Hiawatha, by Thornton Wilder; Yale University Press and Coward-McCann, Inc., 1931, mimeographed prompt copy



FOLDER : 45.

Try-outs information and sign-up sheets; 1972



The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti



FOLDER : 46.

Clippings; photocopies, 1971



FOLDER : 47.

Lighting cues; undated



FOLDER : 48.

Newsletter: WSU Bulletin-Calendar, published by Office of University Relations; March 1-7, 1971



FOLDER : 49.

Notes; 1971, undated



FOLDER : 50.

Photographs; 1971



FOLDER : 51.

Props list; undated



FOLDER : 52.

Publicity; undated



FOLDER : 53.

Rehearsal schedules; 1970-1971



FOLDER : 54.

Script: The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Try-outs information and cast list; undated



Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, by Tom Stoppard



FOLDER : 56.

Application for American College Theatre Festival, with copy of the regulations; 1971



FOLDER : 57.

Brochure: Portland State Theatre: This Winter We Offer....; 1971-1972



FOLDER : 58.

Cast lists; 1971



FOLDER : 59.

Clippings; photocopies, 1971-1972, undated



FOLDER : 60.

Costume and props list; undated



FOLDER : 61.

Critiques; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 62.

Lighting cues; undated



FOLDER : 63.

Misc.; undated



FOLDER : 64.

Misc. sheet music; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 65.

Newsletter: WSU Calendar, published by Office of University Relations; December 3-12, 1971



FOLDER : 66.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 67.

Photographs; 1971-1972



FOLDER : 68.

Program: American College Theatre Festival Region III, January 10-15, 1972, Portland State University; with program for WSU's production inserted



FOLDER : 69.

Program: Washington State University Theatre Presents Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, by Tom Stoppard; Bryan Auditorium, December 3, 4, 9-11, 1971



FOLDER : 70.

Rehearsal schedules; 1971



FOLDER : 71.

Script: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, by Tom Stoppard; prompt copy, undated



FOLDER : 72.

Sound cues; undated



FOLDER : 73.

Try-outs information; 1971



Yale University



Classes



Art 21b, Introduction to Iconography



FOLDER : 74.

Assignment sheet and handout on typology/vocabulary; undated



FOLDER : 75.

Class notes; 1963-1964, undated



Drama 6



FOLDER : 76.

Bibliographies; undated



FOLDER : 77.

Class notes; 1961-1963, undated



FOLDER : 78.

Notes on readings; undated



FOLDER : 79.

Study questions; undated



Drama 10, Play Interpretation and Direction



FOLDER : 80.

Class notes; 1962



FOLDER : 81.

Exams; 1961, undated



Papers



FOLDER : 82.

The Action Prior to Joan's Entrance in Scene II of Saint Joan, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 83.

An Analysis of Mary Tyrone, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1962



FOLDER : 84.

A Critique of the Drama 10 Production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 85.

A Critique of the Staging of A View From the Bridge, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



Drama 130



FOLDER : 86.

Class notes; 1962-1963, undated



FOLDER : 87.

Exam; 1963



FOLDER : 88.

Misc.; 1962, undated



FOLDER : 89.

Notes on readings; undated



Drama 136, Dramatic Theory and Criticsim



FOLDER : 90.

Class notes; 1961-1963



FOLDER : 91.

Notes, by R.J. Pentzell, from Drama 136 classes; photocopy, 1963



FOLDER : 92.

Notes on readings; undated



FOLDER : 93.

Paper: Corneille's Examens, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 94.

Paper: Notes on Tragedy, Modern Tragedy, and Comedy, by C.J. Francis; photocopy, undated



Drama 138



FOLDER : 95.

Class notes; 1963-1964, undated



BOX 9.

Drama 140



Yale University con't
FOLDER : 1.

Program: Yale University School of Drama presents a Drama 140 Production, The Lion in Love, by Shelagh Delaney; 1964



Drama 146, Medieval Theatre-Shakespearean Staging



FOLDER : 2.

Bibliographies on Medieval Theatre; undated



FOLDER : 3.

Chart: Synoptic Chart of Major Historical Events and Artistic Developments from the 4th to 16th Centuries A.D.; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 4.

Class notes; 1961-1963, 1965



FOLDER : 5.

Guide to the Samuel H. Kress Collection, National Gallery of Art, Galleries 3-5; undated



FOLDER : 6.

Misc., general; undated



FOLDER : 7.

Misc., scene design; undated



FOLDER : 8.

Notes on readings; 1962, undated



Shakespearean Staging



FOLDER : 9.

Bibliographies, with some chronologies; 1963, undated



FOLDER : 10.

Chronology of Max Reinhardt's Shakespearean productions; undated



FOLDER : 11.

Class notes; 1963-1964



FOLDER : 12.

Notes on important figures in Shakespearean production; 1963, undated



FOLDER : 13.

Notes on readings; undated



FOLDER : 14.

Paper: The Shakespearean Productions of Max Reinhardt, by Arthur W. Bloom; Section I, carbon, undated



FOLDER : 15.

Paper: The Shakespearean Productions of Max Reinhardt, by Arthur W. Bloom; Section II, carbon, undated



English 124



FOLDER : 16.

Class notes; 1961-1963



FOLDER : 17.

Exam; 1962



FOLDER : 18.

Notes on readings; undated



FOLDER : 19.

Paper: Source Materials on the Development of the Dumb Show, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, 1962



English 126



FOLDER : 20.

Class notes; 1962, undated



FOLDER : 21.

Notes on readings; undated



FOLDER : 22.

Paper: The Life and Death of Iacke Straw, and the First Part of the Reign of King Richard the Second or Thomas of Woodstock, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 23.

Paper: The Structure of Antony and Cleopatra, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



English 171



FOLDER : 24.

Class notes; 1962, 1963, undated



FOLDER : 25.

Notes on readings; 1961, undated



FOLDER : 26.

Paper: The Italian Palace, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 27.

Paper: Pirandello's and Sartre's Revolt Against Realism, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



French 12



FOLDER : 28.

Notes on readings; undated



Greek Theatre and Drama



FOLDER : 29.

Lecture notes; fragments, undated



FOLDER : 30.

Notes on readings; undated



Theatre History



FOLDER : 31.

Chronology: A Chronological List of the Operatic Productions for Which Gaspare, Carlo, and Lodovico Vigarani Designed Scenery; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 32.

Chronology: A Chronological List of the Operatic Productions for Which Jean I Berain Designed Scenery; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 33.

Notes on Berain productions; undated



Papers



FOLDER : 34.

The Contributions of Jean I Berain to Operatic Scene Design (later titled Jean I Berain as a Designer for the Opera), by Arthur W. Bloom; holograph draft, undated



FOLDER : 35.

The Contributions of the Vigarani Family to Operatic Scene Design, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 36.

Jean I Berain as a Designer for the Opera, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



Unidentified Classes



FOLDER : 37.

Class notes; 1961-1962



FOLDER : 38.

Notes on readings; undated



Papers



FOLDER : 39.

An Analysis of Harry Golden's Shylock and William Shakespeare, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 40.

French Medieval Mansions, by Arthur W. Bloom; Section I, holograph draft, undated



FOLDER : 41.

French Medieval Mansions, by Arthur W. Bloom; Section II, holograph draft, undated



FOLDER : 42.

Scenery and Props and Their Function in Romeo and Juliet, by Arthur W. Bloom; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 43.

Visual Sources of Imagery in MacBeth, by Arthur W. Bloom; holograph draft, undated



Dissertation Research



Articles



FOLDER : 44.

The Colonial Theatre in New England, a paper read by Prof. B.W. Brown of Brown University at the Annual Meeting, May 27, 1930; in Special Bulletin of the Newport Historical Society, July 1930



FOLDER : 45.

The Emergence of Theatrical Entertainment in New Haven, Connecticut During the Eighteenth Century, by Arthur W. Bloom; corrected typescript, undated



FOLDER : 46.

Student Dramatic Activities at Yale College During the Eighteenth Century, by Ota Thomas; in The Theatre Annual, 1944, photocopy



FOLDER : 47.

Brochure: A Guide to Historic New Haven, published by The New Haven Preservation Trust; 1964



FOLDER : 48.

Correspondence; 1964-1967, 1971-1972, unidentified



Notes, from sources dated:



FOLDER : 49.

1660-1665, 1699-1769



FOLDER : 50.

1770-1785



FOLDER : 51.

1786-1799



FOLDER : 52.

1800-1805



FOLDER : 53.

1806-1820



FOLDER : 54.

1821-1834



BOX 10.

FOLDER : 1.

1835-1839



FOLDER : 2.

1840-1845



FOLDER : 3.

1846-1850



FOLDER : 4.

1851-1855



FOLDER : 5.

1856-1869



FOLDER : 6.

1870-1879



FOLDER : 7.

1880-1889



FOLDER : 8.

1890-1899



FOLDER : 9.

1900-1932



Notes on John Mix, theatrical entrepreneur, from sources dated:



FOLDER : 10.

1798, 1807-1822



FOLDER : 11.

1823-1853



FOLDER : 12.

1872, 1895, 1911, 1928, 1941, 1973, undated



FOLDER : 13.

Photographs of New Haven theatres, probably late 19th-early 20th century; undated



FOLDER : 14.

Thesis Chapter 4: The History of the Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut from 1860-1877, by Arthur W. Bloom; draft, holograph, undated



European Tour



FOLDER : 15.

Correspondence; 1963-1964, undated



FOLDER : 16.

European music and drama festival brochures; 1964-1966



FOLDER : 17.

Passport, immunization record, and student identification card; 1964



BOX 11.

Oversize Materials



Fisk University



Photographs



FOLDER : 1.

Act I of The Sea Gull; Circle Theatre, Nashville, TN, 1966-1967



FOLDER : 2.

Arthur Bloom as the lawyer in Generation; rehearsal, Circle Theatre, Nashville, undated



FOLDER : 3.

Arthur Bloom as Milt Manville in Luv; Circle Theatre, Nashville, ca. 1968



FOLDER : 4.

Scene from The House of Bernarda Alba, featuring Rena Fraboni (Bloom); 1967



Loyola University of Chicago



Posters



FOLDER : 5.

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams; undated



FOLDER : 6.

A Midsummer Night's Dream, by William Shakespeare; undated



FOLDER : 7.

Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare; undated



FOLDER : 8.

She Stoops To Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith; 1979



FOLDER : 9.

Sondheim's Company; undated



FOLDER : 10.

Tom Paine; undated