Amy Federman performing arts C0169
Published by George Mason University Libraries
Following World War II, Washington, D.C. gradually acquired a vibrant theatre and performing arts scene, due in large part to the population growth as the federal government expanded. In particular the opening of John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in the early 1970s signaled the great importance of performing arts for the citizens of the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Collection largely consists of ephemera that documents performing arts and theater in Washington, D.C. Items include programs, flyers, and ticket stubs. Some of the items are signed.
Arranged by subject.
There are no access restrictions.
There are no restrictions on personal use. Permission to publish material from the Amy Federman performing arts collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Special Collections Research Center holds many other performing arts collections which include the Virginia Nelson playbills collection, the Charles Rodrigues playbills collection, the Broadway souvenir theatre programs collection, and the Larry Schecker playbills and pamphlets collection.
Amy Federman performing arts collection, C0169, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Donated by Amy Federman in 2015.
Processing completed by Amy Blake in September 2018. EAD markup completed by Amy Blake in September 2018.