Guide to the Claire Kincannon theatre collection, 1955-2011

Claire Kincannon theatre C0018


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Repository George Mason University Special Collections Research Center
Creator Lois Claire Kincannon
Title Claire Kincannon theatre collection
Dates: 1955-2011
Physical Characteristics 20.0 Linear feet(40 boxes)
Abstract This collection contains promotional materials for plays in the Washington, D.C., area, including programs, photographs, and press kits as well as a selection of programs and playbills from theaters in New York, London, and regional theaters in Ohio dating back to 1955, as well as some limited film-related materials. In addition to paper materials there are also audio visual materials featuring Kincannon's radio show Behind the Scenes and a project on Hungary.
Collection number C0018
Language English

Biographical Information

Claire Kincannon graduated from the University of Michigan's College of Architecture and Design and pursued a career in Interior Architecture. In 1972, she became a radio journalist and theatre critic in the Washington, D.C., area, starring in her own radio program, Behind the Scenes. It was during this time that she worked as a theatre critic, reviewing the performances she attended on her radio show. She moved to Paris, France in late 1992 with her husband, eventually returning in 2000. She founded Dancing Ink Press while in Paris, using it to publish several books including Paeonian to Paris, Sheets for Men Only, Sheets to the Wind, and Rockin' with Porch Memories. She still lives in the Washington, D.C., area and continues to write books and exhibit artwork.

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Scope and Content

The Claire Kincannon theatre collection represents a lifetime and a career of theatre appreciation and attendance. Materials that comprise this collection track Kincannon's attendance at area performances in Ohio (1955-1982) and on Broadway (1955-2007), as well as her work as a theatre critic in Washington, D.C. (1971-2011).

The collection includes programs, press releases, photographs, and other outreach materials of various theatre productions. Also included in the collection are ticket stubs, invitations, schedules, and advertisements for certain productions. Some of the programs also contain the hand-written notes of Kincannon from when she worked as a critic; these notes provide unique insights into the job of a critic. There are also marketing releases for motion pictures, including photographs, press releases, and "behind the scenes" information.

Many of the programs are from the Kennedy Center, the National Theatre, Arena Stage, The Folger Theatre, Wolf Trap Farm Park, and other various theaters in the D.C. area. Also included in the collection are productions by the Kenley Players and Victory Theatre in Dayton, OH, among others in the area. The Broadway collection encompasses several theaters' productions.

The first series covers Kincannon's time as a critic in Washington, D.C., from 1971-2008. This series contains programs, press releases, photographs, and other behind the scenes and marketing information. The second series covers Kincannon's early interest in theatre while in the Ohio area (1955-1982). It contains mostly playbooks and programs from area performances. The third series is the collection of Broadway and London productions Kincannon attended from 1955-2007. This series consists of mostly playbills and programs. The fourth series is film-related materials from 1956-1992, consisting of souvenir books, magazines, and press packets relating to each film. The fifth series is audiovisual materials from 1983-1992, consisting of reel-to-reel audiotapes, audiotape cartridges, and videocassettes. Much of the material is from the Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon radio program. Behind the Scenes was a three-minute feature on the performing arts, and was available via the Public Radio Satellite System.

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Arrangement

Organized into five series.

Series 1: Washington, D.C., 1971-2008 (Boxes 1-20, 28, 30, 32, 33)
Series 2: Ohio Regional Theatres, 1955-1982 (Boxes 21-24, 31)
Series 3: Broadway and London Productions, 1955-2007 (Boxes 25-27)
Series 4: Film-related Materials, 1956-1992 (Box 29)
Series 5: Audiovisual Materials, 1983-1986 (Boxes 34-40)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center also holds many other theatre collections.

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Index Terms

Persons:

Kincannon, Lois Claire.

Subjects:

Motion pictures.
Theater--England--London.
Theater--New York (State)--New York.
Theater--Ohio.
Theater--Washington (D.C.)

Document Types:

Live sound recordings.
Photographic prints.
Sound recordings.
Video recordings.

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Administrative Information

Alternative Form Available

All of the "Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon" shows on audiotape are available in digital format.

Preferred Citation

Claire Kincannon theatre collection, Collection #C0018, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Claire Kincannon in 2007-2008 and 2011.

Processing Information

Processed by Misha Griffith in 2009. EAD markup completed by Misha Griffith and Stacey Kniatt in 2009. Updated by Greta Kuriger in 2011 and 2012.

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Series 1: Washington, D.C., 1971-2011 (24 boxes)
Scope and Contents note
The first series covers Kincannon's time as a critic in Washington, D.C. from 1971-2008. This series contains programs, press releases, photographs, and other behind the scenes and marketing information.
Box Folder
1 1 Performer Magazine, Filene Center, Wolf Trap, July, August, 1971
Program for multiple performances.
Box Folder
32 1 The United States Field Band circa 1972
Press packet. Ten photographs.
Box Folder
1 2 Kiss Me Kate, Wayside Theatre, August, 1974
Program.
3 The Misanthrope, Kennedy Center, February, 1975
Production of the National Theatre of Great Britain. Stagebill.
Box Folder
32 2 Living Stage Theatre, 1975-1987
Documents regarding workshops. Press releases.
Box Folder
1 4 Luv, Wayside Theatre, June, 1976
Invitation; Program, photographs.
Box Folder
32 3 Living Stage Jams Index 1978-1981
Box Folder
1 5 Banjo Dancing, Arena Stage, ca. 1981
Program.
Box Folder
2 1 Gypsy, Octorian Theatre Co., Spring 1982
Program.
2 Cabaret, Blue Ridge Alliance of the Performing Arts, Spring 1982
Program.
3 The Choir, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, March 18, 1981
Photograph; Program.
4 Guys and Dolls, National Theatre, March 9, 1982
Program.
5 The Pirates of Penzance, National Theatre, March, April, 1982
Program.
6 Medea, Kennedy Center, April, 1982
Stagebill.
7 Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Kennedy Center, April, 1982
Production of the New York Metropolitan Opera. Stagebill.
8 American College Theatre Festival XIV, Kennedy Center, April, 1982
Stagebill.
9 Company, Reston Community Players, April, 1982
Program.
10 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Reston Community Players, April, 1982
Program.
11 Shiro, Kennedy Center, May, 1982
Production of the Tokyo Kid Brothers. Stagebill.
12 The Dining Room, Kennedy Center, June, 1982
Stagebill.
13 Arsenic and Old Lace, Wayside Theatre, July, 1982
Program.
14 A Chorus Line, Wolf Trap, August, 1982
Program.
15 Season 1982-1983, Folger Theatre, ca. 1982-1983
Preview Materials.
16 The Merchant of Venice, Folger Theatre Group, September, 1982
Program.
17 Annie, Kennedy Center, September, 1982
Stagebill.
18 Twice Around the Park, Kennedy Center, September, 1982
Stagebill.
19 The Flying Karamozov Brothers Vol. 2, Arena Stage, October, 1982
Program.
20 Monday After the Miracle, Kennedy Center, October, 1982
Stagebill; Photograph.
21 New York City Ballet, Kennedy Center, October, 1982
Stagebill.
22 Oklahoma, Blue Ridge Alliance of the Performing Arts, November, 1982
Program.
23 The Pajama Game, Reston Community Players, November, 1982
Program.
24 A Medieval Christmas Pageant, Folger Theatre Group, November 30, 1982
Program.
25 Outrage, Kennedy Center, December, 1982
Stagebill.
26 On Your Toes, Kennedy Center-ANTA, December, 1982
Stagebill.
Box Folder
32 4 Animal Crackers, and Trinidad Sisters, Arena Stage, 1982, 1992
Two photographs.
5 Improvisational Theatre for the Classroom: A Curriculum Guide for training teachers, Living Stage Theatre, 1983
Box Folder
3 1 American Ballet Theatre, Kennedy Center, January, 1983
Stagebill.
2 She Stoops to Conquer, Folger Theatre, January 18, 1983
News Release; Program.
3 The Imaginary Invalid, Arena Stage, January 21, 1983
Press Release; Program.
4 Screenplay, Arena Stage, February 4, 1983
Program.
5 Marriage A La Mode, Folger Theatre, March 8, 1983
News Release; Program.
6 And They Dance Real Slow in Jackson, New Playwrights Theatre, March 22, 1983
Press Release; Program; Photograph.
7 Geniuses, Arena Stage, March 25, 1983
Program.
8 Master Harold...and the boys, Warner Theatre, April, 1983
Program.
9 Buried Child, Arena Stage, April 15, 1983
Invitation; Program.
10 All's Well That Ends Well, Folger Theatre, April, 1983
Program.
11 Make and Break, Kennedy Center, April, 1983
Stagebill.
12 American College Theatre Festival XV, Kennedy Center, April, 1983
Stagebill.
13 Adriana Lecouvreur, Kennedy Center, April, 1983
Production of the Metropolitan Opera. Stagebill.
14 Rain, Waterford School, April 6, 1983
Program.
15 Stop the World...I Want to Get Off, Blue Ridge Alliance of the Performing Arts, April, May, 1983
Program.
16 Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, Warner Theatre, April, May, 1983
Program. Photograph.
17 Porgy and Bess, Kennedy Center, May, 1983
Stagebill.
18 Dancin' in the Street!, Ford's Theatre, May 3, 1983
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
19 Candide, Arena Stage, May 13, 1983
Invitation; Program.
20 Bluegrass Benefit, Loudoun County, May 14, 1983
Program.
21 Black Coffee, Wayside Theatre, June, July, 1983
Program.
Box Folder
4 1 The Mikado, Blue Ridge Alliance of Performing Arts, July, 1983
Program.
2 Greater Tuna, Kennedy Center, July, 1983
Stagebill.
3 The Corn is Green, Kennedy Center, July, 1983
Production of the Elizabeth Theatre Group. Stagebill.
4 On Golden Pond, Wayside Theatre, July, 1983
Program.
5 Private Lives, Kennedy Center, August, 1983
Production of the Elizabeth Theatre Group. Stagebill.
6 A Soldier's Play, Ford's Theatre, October, 1983
Program.
7 Noises Off, Kennedy Center, October, 1983
Stagebill.
8 Beyond Therapy, Arena Stage, October 28, 1983
Program.
9 Cinderella, Folger Theatre, November, 1983
Program.
10 The Wiz, Warner Theatre, November, 1983
Program.
11 As You Like It, Arena Stage, November 25, 1983
Donor list; Program.
12 Agnes of God, Kennedy Center, December, 1983
Stagebill; Photograph.
13 Symphonie Concertante, Kennedy Center, December 6, 1983
Production of the American Ballet Theatre. Stagebill.
13 Cinderella, Kennedy Center, December 20, 1983
Production of the American Ballet Theatre. Stagebill.
Box Folder
32 6 Washington DC playbills, 1983-2000
James Joyce's The Dead, Kennedy Center
Native Storyteller: Ron Ki-Ke-In Hamilton (Nuu-Chah-Nulth), Smithsonian
Our Town, Arena Stage
She Always Said, Pablo, Kennedy Center
Still Life, Arena Stage
7 Waiting in Vain, The Living Stage, 1984
Press packet.
Box Folder
5 1 School for Scandal, Folger Theatre, January, 1984
Program.
2 The Hasty Heart, Kennedy Center, January, 1984
Stagebill. Photograph.
3 Woman of the Year, Kennedy Center, January, 1984
Stagebill.
4 42nd Street, National Theatre, January, 1984
Stagebill.
5 Flesh Eaters, New Playwrights Theatre, January, 1984
Program; Two Photographs.
6 The Father, Source Theatre Company, January, 1984
Program; Invitation.
7 A Cry of Players, Source Theatre Company, January, February, 1984
Program.
8 The Three Sisters, Arena Stage, January 20, 1984
Program.
9 Talking with..., Horizons Theatre, February, 1984
Program.
10 Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Arena Stage, February 3, 1984
Invitation; Photograph; Program.
11 Lyndon, Kennedy Center, February, 1984
Stagebill.
12 Death of a Salesman, Kennedy Center, February, 1984
Stagebill.
13 New York City Ballet, Kennedy Center, February, 1984
Stagebill.
14 Canterbury Tales, Ford's Theatre, February 14, 1984
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
15 Auntie Mame, Blue Ridge Alliance of the Performing Arts, March, 1984
Program.
16 The Mayor of Zalamea, Folger Theatre, March, 1984
Program.
17 Capitol Follies, Hexagon at Trinity Theatre, March 1984
Program.
18 End of the World with Symposium to Follow, Kennedy Center, March, 1984
Stagebill; Photograph.
19 Long Day's Journey into Night, Source Theatre Company, March, 1984
Program.
20 The Library of Congress Talent Show, New Playwrights Theatre, March, April, 1984
Program; Photograph.
21 No Exit, Source Theatre Company, March, April, 1984
Program; Two photographs.
22 Quartermaine's Terms, Arena Stage, March 9, 1984
Invitation; Program.
23 Oliver, Warner Theatre, March 22, 1984
Program.
24 Cloud 9, Arena Stage, March 30, 1984
Invitation; Program.
25 Cloud 9 and Happy End, Arena Stage, ca. 1984
35mm slides.
26 Nine, Kennedy Center, April, 1984
Stagebill; Photograph.
27 Ernani and Die Walkure, Kennedy Center, April, 1984
Production of the New York Metropolitan Opera. Stagebill.
28 The Fourth Annual Richard L. Coe Award, Kennedy Center, April 1, 1984
Program.
29 Cats, National Theatre, May, 1984
Stagebill.
30 The Madwoman of Chaillot, Round House Theatre, May, 1984
Program; Photograph.
31 Henry V, Folger Theatre, May 8, 1984
Program.
Box Folder
6 1 George M, Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre, Summer, 1984
Program.
2 How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre, Summer, 1984
Program.
3 Crimes of the Heart, Olney Theatre, June 5, 1984
Ticket stub; Program; 35mm Slides.
4 Foolfire, Arena Stage, June 7, 1984
Invitation; Program.
5 Jerry's Girls, Kennedy Center, June, 1984
Stagebill.
6 Gardenia and Lydie Breeze, New Playwrights Theatre, June, 1984
Program.
7 Twain or "Spect It Ain't the Truth", Round House Theatre, June 25, 1984
Photograph; Program.
8 Other Places, New Arts Theatre, July, 1984
Program.
9 The Coronation of Poppea, Wolf Trap Opera Company, July, 1984
Program.
10 A Quiet Place and Trouble in Tahiti, Kennedy Center, July, 1984
Production of the Houston Grand Opera and Teatro alla Scala. Stagebill; Photograph.
11 The Gin Game, Olney Theatre, July 3, 1984
Program.
12 Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?, Olney Theatre, August 28, 1984
Program; Photograph.
13 1984-1985 Season Preview, Folger Theatre, 1984-1985 season
Brochure.
14 King Lear, Folger Theatre, September, 1984
Program.
15 Master Class, Kennedy Center, September, 1984
Stagebill; Photograph.
16 Zorba, Kennedy Center, September, 1984
Stagebill.
17 A Streetcar Named Desire, Source Theatre Company, September, 1984
Program.
18 Will Roger's U.S.A., Ford's Theatre, September 11, 1984
Invitation; Program.
19 The Nest of the Wood Grouse, Kennedy Center, October, 1984
Production of the New York Shakespeare Festival. Stagebill; Photograph.
20 Burial Customs, New Playwrights Theatre, October, 1984
Program.
21 America Hurrah, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, October, 1984
Photograph.
22 The Tempest, Arena Stage, October 5, 1984
Invitation; Program.
23 Alleum, Studio Theatre, October 31, 1984
Program.
24 Crossed Words, Folger Theatre, November, 1984
Photograph; Program.
25 The Beautiful Lady, New Playwrights Theatre, November, 1984
Program.
26 Sugar Babies, Warner Theatre, November 7, 1984
Program.
27 The Gospel at Colonus, Arena Stage, November 23, 2984
Invitation; Program.
28 Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton and The Shock of Recognition, Blue Ridge Alliance of the Performing Arts, December 1984
Program.
29 Dracula, Kennedy Center, December 1984
Production of the Paramount Theatre Prod. Stagebill.
30 Brighton Beach Memoirs, National Theatre, December 1984
Stagebill.
31 Passion Play, Arena Stage, December 7, 1984
Invitation; Program.
Box Folder
32 8 Spoleto Festival, Charleston, South Carolina, 1985
Program.
Box Folder
7 1 Balletap U.S.A., Ford's Theatre, January, 1985
Program; Photograph.
2 Orgasmo Adulto Escapes from the Zoo, Horizon's Theatre, January, 1985
Program.
3 The Odd Couple, National Theatre, January, 1985
Stagebill.
4 Twelfth Night or What You Will, Source Theatre Company, January, 1985
Program.
5 Busboy, Source Theatre Company, January, 1985
Program.
6 Much Ado About Nothing and Cyrano de Bergerac, Kennedy Center, January, February, 1985
Production of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Stagebill; Three photographs.
7 Man and Superman, Arena Stage, January 11, 1985
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
8 Waiting for Godot, Round House Theatre, January 11, 1985
Program; Photograph.
9 Much Ado About Nothing, Folger Theatre, January 15, 1985
Program; Invitation.
10 Outside Waco, Hudson Guild Theatre, January 30, 1985
Showbill.
11 Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, Ford's Theatre, February, 1985
Program.
12 Tom Jones, Hayloft Professional Dinner Theatre, February, 1985
Program; Two Photographs.
13 Real Estate, Arena Stage, February 8, 1985
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
14 Henry IV Part I, Kennedy Center, March, 1985
Stagebill; Photograph.
15 My One and Only, Kennedy Center, March, 1985
Production of the Opera House; Three Photographs; Stagebill.
16 The Real Inspector Hound and After Magritte, Reston Community Players, March 1985
Program.
17 The Bald Soprano and The Lesson, Source Theatre Company, March, April, 1985
Program.
18 Tartuffe, Arena Stage, March 8, 1985
Invitation; Program.
19 Hamlet, Folger Theatre, March 19, 1985
Invitation; Program; Two Photographs.
20 Last Days at the Dixie Girl Cafe, Horizon's Theatre, April, 1985
Program.
21 American College Theatre Festival XVII, Kennedy Center, April, 1985
Stagebill.
22 Press Release, Wolf Trap, April 16, 1985
Press Release.
23 Isn't It Romantic, Arena Stage, April 26, 1985
Invitation; Program.
24 Mark Twain Tonight, Kennedy Center, May, 1985
Stagebill.
25 The Count of Monte Cristo, Kennedy Center, May, 1985
Flyer; Stagebill.
26 The Real Thing, National Theatre, May, 1985
Stagebill; Photograph.
27 The 1940's Radio Hour, Round House Theatre, May 3, 1985
Program; Photograph.
28 Spalding Gray, New Playwrights Theatre, May 5, 1985
Invitation; Program.
29 Execution of Justice, Arena Stage, May 10, 1985
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
30 Helen Hayes Awards, National Theatre, May 13, 1985
Program; Press Release; Newspaper Articles.
31 A Midsummer Night's Dream, Folger Theatre, May 14, 1985
Invitation; Program.
Box Folder
8 1 The American Film Festival: Salute to Hollywood Musicals, Charleston County Library, May, June, 1985
Presented by Piccolo Spoleto. Program.
2 Ariodante, Dock Street Theatre, May, June, 1985
Presented by the Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC. Program.
3 Ballet Eddy Toussaint de Montreal, Gaillard Municipal Auditorium, May, June, 1985
Presented by the Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC. Program.
4 La Fanciulla del West, Gaillard Municipal Auditorium, May, June, 1985
Presented by the Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC. Program.
5 Tent Meeting, Dock Street Theatre, May, June, 1985
Presented by the Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC. Program. Festival Brochures; Travel Aids; Postcard.
6 New Voices, Horizons Theatre, June, 1985
Program.
7 This is the House, Horizon Theatre, June, 1985
Production of the Human Bridge Theater Company. Press Kit.
8 Coyote Ugly, Kennedy Center, June, 1985
Stagebill.
9 Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, New Arts Theatre, June, 1985
Program.
10 Goldberg Variations, Spoleto, Charleston, SC, June, 1985
Program.
11 Painting Churches, Olney Theatre, July 9, 1985
Program; Press Release; Notes.
12 New York City Ballet, Kennedy Center, September, 1985
Stagebill.
13 La Cage aux Folles, National Theatre, September 18, 1985
Photograph; Tickets; Stagebill.
14 Playing for Time, Studio Theatre, September 18, 1985
Program.
15 Handy Dandy, Ford's Theatre, September 23, 1985
Invitation; Program.
16 Thin Wall, New Playwrights Theatre, October, 1985
Program.
17 Extremities, Source Theatre Company, October, 1985
Program.
18 Othello, Folger Theatre, October 1, 1985
Invitation; Program.
19 The Foreigner, Olney Theatre, October 1, 1985
Photograph; Program.
20 The Good Person of Setzuan, Arena Stage, October 4, 1985
Invitation; Program; Four slides.
21 Fool for Love, Round House Theatre, October 4, 1985
Program.
22 'Night Mother, Arena Stage, October 12, 1985
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
23 Little Me, Ford's Theatre, November, 1985
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
24 Lillian, Kennedy Center, November, 1985
Stagebill.
25 Is This Real? and Solo Voyages, New Playwrights Theatre, November, 1985
Two Photographs.
26 A Walk Out of Water, Studio Theatre, November 20, 1985
Program.
27 The Man Who Killed the Buddha, Round House Theatre, November 22, 1985
Program.
28 Women and Water, Arena Stage, November 29, 1985
Invitation; Program.
29 A Seagull, Kennedy Center, December, 1985
Production of the American National Theatre. Stagebill.
30 Aren't We All?, Kennedy Center, December, 1985
Stagebill; Photograph.
31 The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Shakespeare Theatre at The Folger, December 1985
Program.
Box Folder
32 9 Humana Festival, Classics in Context, Actor's Theatre of Louisville, KY, 1985-1987
Programs; Invitations; Louisville guide; Notes.
Box Folder
9 1 Automatic Pilot, Horizons Theatre, January, 1986
Program.
2 Zorba, National Theatre, January, 1986
Stagebill.
3 Beyond Therapy, Source Theatre Company, January, 1986
Program.
4 Sally and Marsha, Round House Theatre, January 10, 1986
Program.
5 Restoration, Arena Stage, January 17, 1986
Invitation; Program.
6 Jeeves Takes Charge, Ford's Theatre, February, 1986
Invitation; Program.
7 Idiot's Delight, Kennedy Center, February, 1986
Stagebill; Photograph.
8 The Cherry Orchard, The Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, February 25, 1986
Invitation; Program.
9 The Wild Duck, Arena Stage, February 28, 1986
Invitation; Program.
10 Social Security, National Theatre, March, 1986
Stagebill.
11 Long Day's Journey into Night, National Theatre, March, 1986
Stagebill; Photograph.
12 The Birthday Party, Studio Theatre, March 12, 1986
Program.
13 The Philadelphia Story, Arena Stage, March 21, 1986
Invitation; Program.
14 Hay Fever, Kennedy Center, April, 1986
Stagebill.
15 Dream Girls, National Theatre, April, May, 1986
Stagebill; Press Release.
16 Johnny Bull, Horizons Theatre, April, 1986
Program.
17 Hot Mikado, Ford's Theatre, April 1, 1986
Program; Tickets.
18 Brotherhood, New Playwrights Theatre, April 3, 1986
Two Photographs; Program.
19 The Miser, The Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, April 8, 1986
Program.
20 Helen Hayes Awards, National Theatre, April 28, 1986
Invitation; Program.
21 Stuttgart Ballet, Kennedy Center, May, 1986
Stagebill; Press Release; Media Kit.
22 Ghetto, Kennedy Center, May, 1986
Production of the Haifa Municipal Theatre of Israel. Stagebill.
23 Herman Wouk's The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, Kennedy Center, May, 1986
Stagebill.
24 Twelfth Night, The Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, May, 1986
Program.
25 Macbeth, Source Theatre Company, May, 1986
Program.
26 Old Times, Arena Stage, May 9, 1986
Invitation; Program.
27 Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Studio Theatre, May 14, 1986
Program; Press Release.
28 Biloxi Blues, National Theatre, June, 1986
Tickets; Stagebill; Press Release.
Box Folder
10 1 1984, Kennedy Center, July, 1986
Stagebill.
2 Shout Up A Morning, Kennedy Center, July, 1986
Production of the La Jolla Playhouse. Stagebill; Photograph.
3 Beehive, Arena Stage, July 14, 1986
Invitation; Program.
4 Legends!, National Theatre, August, 1986
Stagebill.
5 Theatre School Schedule of Classes, Round House Theatre, 1986-1987
Schedule.
6 Vienna: Lusthaus, Kennedy Center, September, 1986
Stagebill; Photograph.
7 Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, September, 1986
Press Release; Newspaper Articles; Publicity Packet; Program.
8 Juggle and Hyde, Arena Stage, September 2, 1986
Program; Magazine; Newspaper Article.
9 Slab Boys Trilogy, Studio Theatre, September 17, 1986
Program; Press Release; Studio Theatre Newspaper.
10 The Water Engine, Round House Theatre, September 25, 1986
Press Release; Program; Mailer.
11 Broadway Bound, National Theatre, October, 1986
Tickets; Press Release; Stagebill.
12 The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Arena Stage, October 3, 1986
Program; Press Release.
13 Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats and Magicians of Taipei, Ford's Theatre, November, 1986
Press Release; Program.
14 A Raisin in the Sun, Kennedy Center, November, 1986
Stagebill; Photograph.
15 Goya, Washington Opera, November 10, 1986
Program.
16 American Dreams, Round House Theatre, November 19, 1986
Program.
17 The Perfect Party, Kennedy Center, December, 1986
Stagebill; Press Release.
18 Les Miserables, Kennedy Center, December, 1986
Souvenir Brochure; Stagebill.
19 The Piggy Bank, Arena Stage, December 5, 1986
Program; Press Release; American's Arena Publication.
Box Folder
11 1 Arsenic and Old Lace, Kennedy Center, January, 1987
Stagebill; Press Release; Newspaper Article.
2 Crime and Punishment, Arena Stage, January 2, 1987
Program; Newspaper Article; America's Arena Publication.
3 Glengarry Glen Ross, Arena Stage, January 30, 1987
Program; Newspaper Article; Press Release.
4 The Mikado, Kennedy Center, February, 1987
Stagebill.
5 All My Sons, Ford's Theatre, February 7, 1987
Press Release; Program.
6 Mandragola, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, February 17, 1987
Photograph; Press Release; Mailer; Program.
7 The Winter's Tale, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, February 17, 1987
Invitation; Program; Press Release.
8 The Entertainer, Studio Theatre, March 11, 1987
Program; Press Release.
9 The Nest, Round House Theatre, March 12, 1987
Program; Press Release; Newspaper Article.
10 Ourselves Alone, Arena Stage, March 20, 1987
Program.
11 American College Theatre Festival XIX, Kennedy Center, March 30, 1987
Stagebill.
12 I'm Not Rappaport, National Theatre, April, 1987
Photograph; Press Release; Media Kit, Stagebill.
13 Love's Labor's Lost, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, April, 1987
Press Release; Invitation.
14 Heartbreak House, Arena Stage, April 13, 1987
Invitation; Program.
15 Helen Hayes Awards, Kennedy Center, May 4, 1987
Invitation; Press Releases; Program.
16 As Is, Studio Theatre, May 13, 1987
Program; Press Release.
17 Spoleto Festival, Charleston, S.C., May, June, 1987
Media Package
18 The Crucible, Arena Stage, June 6, 1987
Invitation; Program; Photograph
Box Folder
12 1 Sherlock's Last Case, Kennedy Center, July, 1987
Stagebill; Press Release.
2 Cats, National Theatre, July, 1987
Press Release; Stagebill.
3 The Immigrant: A Hamilton County Album, Arena Stage, July 7, 1987
Ticket stub; Invitation; Program; Press Release; Newspaper Article.
4 Chili Queen, Kennedy Center, July 15, 1987
Press Release; Stagebill.
5 Satchmo, Kennedy Center, August, 1987
Stagebill.
6 Sweet Charity, National Theatre, September, 1987
Press Release; Stagebill.
7 Quilters, Castle Art Center, September, 1987
Press Release; Two Photographs
8 I Never Sang for My Father, Kennedy Center, September 2, 1987
Press Release; Stagebill.
9 Cabaret, Kennedy Center, September 9, 1987
Stagebill; Press Release.
10 The Witch of Edmonton, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, September 29, 1987
Invitation; Program; Press Release; Newspaper Article.
11 All the King's Men, Arena Stage, October, 1987
Program.
12 North Shore Fish, Studio Theatre, October, 1987
Press Release; Program.
13 Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Arena Stage, October 2, 1987
Program; Press Release; Newspaper Article.
14 American Indian Dance Theatre, Ford's Theatre, November, 1987
Program.
15 Lady, Be Good!, Kennedy Center, November, 1987
Stagebill.
16 HMS Pinafore, Kennedy Center, December, 1987
Stagebill.
17 All's Well That Ends Well, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, December, 1987
Newspaper Article; Program; Ticket Stubs; Mailer.
18 Light Up the Sky, Arena Stage, December 11, 1987
Invitation; Program; Ticket Stubs; Press Release.
Box Folder
32 10 Actors Theatre of Louisville, KY, 1988
Ten photographs.
Box Folder
13 1 Enrico VI, Arena Stage, January 1, 1988
Invitation; Program.
2 The Colored Museum; Split Second, Studio Theatre, January 20, 1988
Program; Press Release.
3 Macbeth, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, February, 1988
Photograph; Press Release; Program.
4 Les Blancs, Arena Stage, February 5, 1988
Program.
5 The Night Hank Williams Died, New Playwrights Theatre, February 5, 1988
Invitation; Program; Photograph; Magazine Article.
6 M. Butterfly, National Theatre, February 10, 1988
Stagebill; Press Release; Photograph.
7 The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, Kennedy Center, March, 1988
Stagebill.
8 Ah, Wilderness!, Studio Theatre, March 16, 1988
Program; Press Release; Photograph.
9 The Cocoanuts, Arena Stage, April, 1988
Program.
10 Drood!, Kennedy Center, April, 1988
Stagebill; Photograph.
11 Cats, National Theatre, April, 1988
Stagebill; Press Release.
12 The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, May 4, 1988
Magazine Article; Tickets; Program; Photograph; Press Release.
13 The Cherry Orchard, Arena Stage, May 6, 1988
Program.
14 Helen Hayes Awards, National Theatre, May 9, 1988
Press Releases.
15 On the Verge, Round House Theatre, May 19, 1987
Program.
16 Spoleto Festival, Charleston, S.C., May 20 - June 5, 1988
Invitation.
Box Folder
14 1 Les Miserables, Kennedy Center, July, 1988
Press Kit; Stagebill.
2 Ain't Misbehavin', National Theatre, July, 1988
Press Release; Stagebill; Photograph.
3 Words and Music, Ford's Theatre, September, 1988
Photograph; Program.
4 Sullivan and Gilbert, Kennedy Center, September, 1988
Stagebill.
5 Hunting Cockroaches, Studio Theatre, September, 1988
Program; Photograph.
6 Baby with the Bathwater, Round House Theatre, September 8, 1988
Program; Photograph.
7 Antony and Cleopatra, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, September 20, 1988
Media Kit; Program.
8 Born Yesterday, National Theatre, October, 1988
Stagebill.
9 Ring Around the Moon, Arena Stage, October 14, 1988
Program.
10 Anything Goes, National Theatre, November, 1988
Stagebill; Photograph.
11 Richard II, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, November, 1988
Media Kit; Program.
12 The Gifts of the Magi, Studio Theatre, November, 1988
Program; Press Release; Photograph.
13 Me and My Girl, Lyric Opera House, Baltimore, December, 1988
Photograph; Letter.
14 Playboy of the West Indies, Arena Stage, December 2, 1988
Program; Photograph.
15 A Chorus of Disapproval, Arena Stage, December 30, 1988
Program; Photographs.
Box Folder
32 11 12th-14th Humana Festival, Classics in Context, Actor's Theatre of Louisville, KY, 1988-1990
Program; Playbills
Moscow Art Theatre: Past, Present, Future publication
Box Folder
15 1 Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, Studio Theatre, January 4, 1989
Program; Press Release; Photograph.
2 Steel Magnolias, Kennedy Center, February, 1989
Stagebill; Photograph.
3 Michael Feinstein in Concert, Ford's Theatre, March 1, 1989
Press Kit; Program.
4 13th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays, Actor's Theatre of Louisville, March 1 - April 8, 1989
Brochure.
5 A Lie of the Mind, Arena Stage, March 3, 1989
Program.
6 Nothing Sacred, Arena Stage, March 25, 1989
Invitation; Program.
7 On the Town, Arena Stage, April 21, 1989
Program; Photograph.
8 King of Hearts, Kennedy Center, May, 1989
Photographs; Stagebill; Program; Tickets.
9 Speed-the-Plow, Kennedy Center, May, 1989
Photographs; Stagebill.
10 The World According to Me!, Kennedy Center, June, 1989
Stagebill; Photograph.
11 Into the Woods, Kennedy Center, June, 1989
Tickets; Stagebill; Photographs.
12 Penn and Teller, National Theatre, June, 1989
Program.
13 Incommunicado, Kennedy Center, July, 1989
Photograph; Press Release; Stagebill.
14 Road to Mecca, Kennedy Center, July, 1989
Photograph; Stagebill; Press Release.
15 Gypsy, Kennedy Center, August, 1989
Stagebill; Photograph.
16 3 Penny Opera, National Theatre, September, 1989
Photograph; Press Release; Stagebill.
17 A Midsummer Night's Dream, Arena Stage, September 22, 1989
Program; Photograph; Press Release.
18 The Glass Menagerie, Arena Stage, October 6, 1989
Press Release; Photograph; Program.
19 Kaufmania, Arena Stage, November, 1989
Press Release.
20 Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Kennedy Center, November, 1989
Invitation; Press Release; Newspaper Articles.
21 The Piano Lesson, Kennedy Center, November, 1989
Photograph; Stagebill.
22 The Man Who Came to Dinner, Arena Stage, November 16, 1989
Invitation; Program; Photograph; Press Release.
23 A Tuna Christmas, Kennedy Center, December, 1989
Stagebill; Photograph.
24 Monteith and Rand, Arena Stage, December 12, 1989
Invitation; Photograph; Program.
Box Folder
16 1 Stand Up Tragedy, Arena Stage, January 12, 1990
Invitation; Program; Media Kit.
2 Emerald City, Round House Theatre, January 25, 1990
Program; Press Release; Newspaper Article.
3 Merrily We Roll Along, Arena Stage, January 30, 1990
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
4 Stardust, Kennedy Center, February, 1990
Program, Photographs.
5 A Doll House, Arena Stage, March 2, 1990
Invitation; Program; Media Kit.
6 Made In Bangkok, Studio Theatre, March 14, 1990
Program; Media Kit.
7 Sarafina!, Kennedy Center, April, 1990
Program; Media Kit.
8 Fences, Arena Stage, April 20, 1990
Invitation; Photograph; Program; Press Release.
9 Juno and the Paycock, Arena Stage, May 4, 1990
Invitation; Program; Media Kit.
10 Starlight Express, Kennedy Center, June, 1990
Stagebill.
11 Les Miserables, National Theatre, July, 1990
Stagebill; Press Release.
12 The Bolshoi Ballet, Wolf Trap, July, 1990
Program.
13 Arena Stage 40th Anniversary, 1990-91
Brochure.
14 Shogun, Kennedy Center, September, 1990
Stagebill; Photograph.
15 The Abbey, Kennedy Center, September, 1990
Stagebill.
16 Closer Than Ever, Arena Stage, September 4, 1990
Invitation; Program; Newspaper Article; Photograph.
17 The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Arena Stage, September 21, 1990
Invitation; Program.
18 The Playboy of the Western World, Kennedy Center, September 10, 1990
Press Release.
19 Cerceau, Arena Stage, October 12, 1990
Program.
20 Othello, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, November, 1990
Program; Press Release.
21 Our Town, Arena Stage, November 15, 1990
Program.
22 From the Mississippi Delta, Arena Stage, December, 1990
Program.
23 A Tuna Christmas, Kennedy Center, December, 1990
Stagebill.
24 Grand Hotel, Kennedy Center, December, 1990
Stagebill.
Box Folder
17 1 Lost in Yonkers, National Theatre, January, 1991
Stagebill; Press release; Notes.
2 Lucifer's Child, Kennedy Center, February, 1991
Stagebill; Photograph.
3 Fuente Ovejune, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, February, 1991
Program; Photograph; Newspaper Articles; Magazine; Press Release.
4 Pygmalion, Arena Stage, February, 1991
Program; Photograph.
5 15th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays, Actors Theatre of Louisville, March, 1991
Program.
6 The Heidi Chronicles, Kennedy Center, March, 1991
Stagebill.
7 One Monkey Don't Stop No Show, National Theatre, March, 1991
Stagebill; Media Kit; Newspaper Articles.
8 She Stoops to Conquer, Arena Stage, March 20, 1991
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
9 Vivisections from the Blown Mind, Arena Stage, April, 1991
News release; Photograph; Program.
10 King Lear, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, April 23, 1991
Press release; Newsletter; Program.
11 The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Arena Stage, May 3, 1991
Invitation; Program; News Release.
12 Helen Hayes Awards, National Theater, May 6, 1991
News Release; Invitation; Program.
13 The Seagull, Arena Stage, May 22, 1991
Press Release; Program; Invitation; Newspaper Article.
14 Phantom of the Opera, Kennedy Center, June, 1991
Stagebill; Press Release.
15 The Boys Next Door, Wayside Theatre, Middletown,VA, June, 1991
Program; Press Release.
Box Folder
18 1 The Lion in Winter, Wayside Theatre, July, 1991
Program.
2 Mlada, Filene Center Lines, Wolf Trap Farm Park, July 14-15, 1991
Production of the Bolshoi Opera. Program; Photograph.
3 White Oak Dance Project, Filene Center lines, Wolf Trap Farm Park, July 30, 1991
Program; Photograph.
4 Tru, Kennedy Center, September, 1991
Stagebill; Press Release.
5 How the Other Half Loves, Wayside Theatre, Middletown, VA, September, 1991
Program.
6 Coriolanus, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, September 10, 1991
Program; Press Release; Newsletter.
7 The Berliner Ensemble, Actors Theatre of Louisville, October, 1991
Three Photographs.
8 Tales from the Vienna Woods, Actors Theatre of Louisville, October, 1991
Playbill; Two Photographs.
9 Yerma, Arena Stage, October 4, 1991
Invitation; Program.
10 The Women, Studio Theatre, October 23, 1991
Press Release; Program.
11 On Borrowed Time, Arena Stage, November, 1991
Press Release; Postcard.
12 Two Trains Running, Kennedy Center, November, 1991
Stagebill.
13 Introduction of Lansburgh Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre, November 7, 1991
Press Kit.
14 Nobody Here But Us Chickens, Studio Theatre, November 14, 1991
Press Release.
15 A Wonderful Life, Arena Stage, November 15, 1991
Invitation; Program; Press Release.
16 Saint Joan, Shakespeare Theatre, November 26, 1991
Program; Press Release; Photograph.
17 Bye Bye Birdie, Kennedy Center, December, 1991
Stagebill; Press Kit.
18 Jar the Floor, Arena Stage, December 7, 1991
Program; Press Kit.
19 The Nutcracker, Loudon Ballet Company, December 7, 1991
Invitation.
Box Folder
19 1 Other Peoples Money, Wayside Theatre, ca. 1992
Program; Photograph.
2 Private Lives, National Theatre, January, 1992
Stagebill; Press Release; Photograph.
3 The American Plan, Studio Theatre, January 8, 1992
Program; Photograph; Press Release.
4 African Tourist, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, January 13, 1992
Program; Press Release; Newspaper Article.
5 The Father, and The Stronger, Arena Stage, February 7, 1992
Invitation; Program; Photograph.
6 The School For Wives, Arena Stage, February 14, 1992
Invitation; Program; Press Release; Photograph.
Box Folder
17 16 16th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays, Actors Theatre of Louisville, February 18-March 28, 1992
Program; Guest list.
Box Folder
19 7 Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare Theatre, February 25, 1992
Program; Press Kit; Two photographs.
8 A Chorus Line, National Theatre, March, 1992
Stagebill; Press Release; Photograph.
9 Measure for Measure, Shakespeare Theatre, March, 1992
Program; Press Kit.
10 The Wizard of Hip, Studio Theatre, March, 1992
Program; Press Kit.
11 Solitary Confinement, Kennedy Center, March 7, 1992
Stagebill; Press Kit; Photograph.
12 Conrack, Ford's Theatre, March 9, 1992
Program; Press Kit.
13 Pump Boys and Dinettes, Kennedy Center, March 12, 1992
Program; Press Release; Key chain.
14 Mrs. Klein, Arena Stage, April, 1992
Program.
15 The Helen Hayes Awards, National Theatre, April 27, 1992
Program; Press Kit.
16 Berlin Cabaret, Kennedy Center, April 30, 1992
Production of the Theater des Westens. Stagebill; Press Kit.
17 Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, Kennedy Center, May, 1992
Stagebill; Press Kit.
18 Lettuce and Lovage, National Theatre, May, 1992
Stagebill; Press Release; Photograph.
19 Falsettoland, Studio Theatre, May, 1992
Program; Press Release; Photograph.
20 Prelude to a Kiss, Olney Theatre, May 5, 1992
Program.
21 The Visit, Arena Stage, May 8, 1992
Invitation; Program; Press Release.
22 Kvetch, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, June 15, 1992
Press Release; Program.
Box Folder
41 3 Valentine Fairy Tales, Very Special Arts Virginia - Loudoun County, 1994
Box Folder
20 1 Play On, Arena Stage, November 3, 2000
Program.
9 Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Shepherdstown, WV, 2001-2002
Program.
Box Folder
41 2 Washington DC and Northern Virginia playbills, 2001-2011
Loudoun Symphony 10th anniversary concert
Waterford concert series: The Back Sinfonia
Waterford concert series: Musical Remarks
Capitol Steps: Who put the mock in democracy? It's the Capital Steps
Oklahoma!, Arena Stage
August Wilson's Gem of the Ocean, Arena Stage
She Loves Me, Arena Stage
Box Folder
20 10 Washington DC playbills, 2002-2005
A Tribute to Sergei Prokofiev, Kennedy Center
Ain't Misbehavin', Arena Stage
An Evening at the Oscars, Loudoun Symphony, Middleburg, VA
Anna Christie, Arena Stage
The Best Man, Radio Theatre Live!
Chicago, Knoxville Civic Auditorium, TN
Choral Arts Society of Washington, Kennedy Center
Diana Krall, Kennedy Center
Eudora Welty Remembered, Folger Shakespeare Library
Hallelujah, Baby!, Arena Stage
Love's Labour's Lost, Catholic University of America
Mostly Sondheim, Kennedy Center
Pacific Overtures, Kennedy Center
Passion, Kennedy Center
PEN/Faulkner awards for fiction, Folger Shakespeare Library
The Play About the Baby, The Studio Theatre
Roberta Flack, Music Center at Strathmore
Runaway Home, The Studio Theatre
The Shape of Things, The Studio Theatre
11 National Press Club, Silver Owls, 2004-2008
Fourth Estate Award Dinner honoring Christiane Amanpour
The Order of the Owl, Initiating Art Buchwald
The Order of the Owl, Initiating Austing H. Kiplinger and Donald A. Ritchie
The Order of the Owl, Initiating Mark Russell
Spring Hoot: A Grand Old Club Salutes A Grand Old Hotel
The Order of the Owl, Initiating John Eaton
Box Folder
41 1 The Kennedy Center, playbills, 2004-2011
Kennedy Center News (September-October 2004 and May-August 2004)
Five by Tenn (ticket, press packet)
The Light in the Piazza
Salome
Madama Butterfly
Marian McPartland's 89th Birthday Celebration on Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz
Washington National Opera's Iphigenie en Tauride
Washington National Opera's Macbeth
Box Folder
20 12 The Kennedy Center, playbills, 2006-2007
A View from the Bridge, Washington National Opera
Madame Butterfly, Washington National Opera
National Symphony Orchestra
Sophie's Choice, Washington National Opera
13 Washington DC playbills 2006-2007
Cabaret, Arena Stage
Connecting Lines: New Poetry from Mexico, The Cultural Institute of Mexico
The Evening Parade, Marine Barracks Washington
Fiddler on the Roof, Olney Theatre Center, MD
Hansel and Gretel, The Lincoln Theatre
Ibis, Waterford, VA
Opera in Waterford, Domingo-Cafritz Young Artists, Waterford, VA
The Persians, Shakespeare Theatre Company
Waterford Home Tours and Crafts Exhibit, Waterford, VA
2 National Symphony Orchestra, Kennedy Center, January, 2007
Program.
3 The Heidi Chronicles, Arena Stage, April 6, 2007
Program; Photograph.
4 Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center, September, 2007
Playbill.
5 Barbara Cook's Spotlight, Kennedy Center, October, 2007
Playbill.
14 Washington DC playbills and magazines 2008
Applause at Strathmore
The Arthur Miller Festival: Death of a Salesman, A View from the Bridge, Arena Stage
Blues Alley Jazz Supper Club
Cymbeline, Round House Silver Spring
Kennedy Center News
La Traviata, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
Musical Remarks, John Wesley Church, Waterford, VA
The Pearl Fishers, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
The Price, Theatre J
Strathmore News
6 Wishful Thinking, Arena Stage, September, 2008
Program.
7 Rabbit Hole, Olney Theatre, September, 2008
Program.
8 Pearl Fishers, Kennedy Center, October, 2008
Production of the Washington National Opera. Playbill.
15 Washington DC playbills 2009
Antony and Cleopatra, Lansburgh Theatre
Ariadne auf Naxos, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
Chicago, National Theatre
Falstaff, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
I Love a Piano, Arena Stage
Master Singers of Virginia, Waterford, VA
PEN/Faulkner awards for fiction, Folger Shakespeare Library
Peter Grimes, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
Turandot, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
16 Strathmore News Magazine, March-May 2009-2010
17 Washington DC playbills, 2010
The Marriage of Figaro, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
Porgy and Bess, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center
Reasons to be Pretty, The Studio Theatre
Box Folder
28 1 Headshots
Photographs of Elizabeth Taylor, Mia Dillon, Zev Bufman, Peter Gallagher.
Box Folder
33 1 "Growth from Within", Arena Stage, circa 1969
Photographs of Elizabeth Taylor, Mia Dillon, Zev Bufman, Peter Gallagher.
Box Folder
28 2 America's Arena, for Arena Stage Subscribers and Associates, 1984-1988
Vol. 2, no. 2; Vol. 3, no. 1-2; Vol. 4, no. 1-2; Vol. 5, no. 2; Vol. 6, no. 1-3; Vol. 7, no. 1
3 Annual Reports, Arena Stage, 1983-1988
Reports.
Box Folder
30 1 The Arena Stage Campaign, ca. May, 1984
Brochure.
Box Folder
28 4 Gannett, ca. 1986
Articles.
5 Ozzy Osbourne, April, 1986
Press Releases; Photograph.
6 Show Case on the Arts, Georgetown University, Spring, 1985
Program.
7 Howard's End, Smithsonian Institution Resident Associate Program, ca. March, 1992
Newspaper Articles; Photograph.
8 Cultural Alliance, ca. February, 1984
Newsletter.
9 Desert Island Discs, WETA, September 8, 1986
Program.
10 Various Photographs
Photograph.
11 Concerts, National Gallery of Art, June 29, 2008
Program.
12 Miscellaneous
Annual Reports; Schedules; Publication.
13 Invitations
Invitations for plays not attended or no playbills.
14 Miscellaneous Photographs
Photographs.
15 Miscellaneous Invitations
Invitations.
16 Photographs from the Wayside Theatre, undated
Seven photographs.
17 Miscellaneous playbills, 1949
Victor Borge and his Concert Orchestra
Spies in your eyes, JCA Playguild
Hamlet, Philharmonia Orchestra
Henry V: An interpretation of the Photoplay
18 Newspaper Clippings, 1971
19 Magazine and newspaper articles, Fall 1976-2007
20 New York Times, Washington Post, articles, March 21, 1990-May 8, 1990
Box Folder
33 2 Invitations, press releases, circa 1980-2006
3 Invitations, season previews, undated
From Washington DC and Virginia theatres
4 Season previews, 1991-2006
Includes schedules from: Arena Stage, Kennedy Center, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, Theatre J, Washington National Opera, Woolly Mammoth
5 Season previews, 2006-2007
Includes schedules from: Arena Stage, Ford's Theatre, Kennedy Center, PEN/Faulkner Foundation, Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, The Studio Theatre, Washington National Opera, Washington Performing Arts Society, Wayside Theatre, Woolly Mammoth
Box Folder
41 4 Season previews, 2007-2011
Marilyn Monroe: Life as a Legend
Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center (2008-2009)
Grease at the Olney Theatre Center
Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre (2011)
Box Folder
33 6 Season previews, 2008-2009
Includes schedules from: Arena Stage, George Mason University's Center for the Arts, Kennedy Center, Olney, PEN/Faulkner Foundation, Folger Theatre, Shenandoah Conservatory, The Studio Theatre, Theatre J, University of Notre Dame, Washington National Opera, Washington Performing Arts Society
7 Season previews, 2009-2010
Includes schedules from: Arena Stage, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Olney, Folger Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Shenandoah Conservatory, Signature Theatre, Strathmore Music Center, The Studio Theatre, Theatre J, Washington National Cathedral, Washington National Opera, Woolly Mammoth
8 Season previews, 2009-2011
Includes schedules from: Arena Stage, Kennedy Center, Master Singers of Virginia, Washington National Opera
9 Museum brochures, 2006-2010
10 Librettos for Aida, La Sonnambula undated
11 Choruses of the Pirates of Penzance, undated
Box Folder
32 12 Stratford and Shaw festivals, Canada, 2006-2009
Programs; Playbills.
Series 2: Ohio Regional Theatres, 1945-2007 (5 boxes)
The second series covers Kincannon's early interest in theatre while in the Ohio area (1955-1982). It contains mostly playbooks and programs from area performances.
Box Folder
31 1 On the Town, Auditorium Theatre, Memphis, TN, circa 1945
Playbill; Program.
2 The Voice of the Turtle, Selwyn Theatre, Chicago, IL, October 7, 1945
Playbill; Program.
3 Rebecca, Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs, CO, November 2, 1945
Playbill.
4 Cincinatti Symphony Orchestra, Music Hall, Cincinatti, OH, November 10-11, 1945
Program.
5 The Ballet Theatre coast to coast tour, Auditorium, Memphis, TN, 1945-1946
Program.
6 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Auditorium, Memphis, TN, January 9, 1946
Playbill; Program.
7 Paul Draper and Larry Adler, Auditorium, Memphis, TN, February 26, 1946
Playbill; Program.
8 Philharmonics playbills, 1946-1961
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH
Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH
9 The Glass Menagerie, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, January 8, 1947
Playbill; Program.
10 Oklahoma, Cox Theatre, Cincinatti, OH, February 17-23, 1947
Playbill; Program.
11 Apple of His Eye, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, February 19, 1947
Playbill; Program.
12 Lauritz Melchior, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, March 26, 1947
Playbill; Program.
13 Lily Pons, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, April 10, 1947
Playbill; Program.
14 Call Me Mister, Cox Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, April 21, 1947
Playbill; Program.
15 Paul Whiteman and His Company, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, April 28, 1947
Playbill; Program.
16 Assorted Ohio playbills, 1947-1960
The Antioch yellow springs festival, OH
Light up the sky, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH
The magnificent Yankee, Cox Theatre, Cincinnati, OH
O mistress mine, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH
Pick-up girl, Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN
State of the union, Cox Theatre, Cincinnati, OH
The wise have not spoken, Yellow Springs Area Theatre, OH
17 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, January 3, 1948
Playbill; Program.
18 Man and Superman, Cox Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, circa January 24, 1948
Playbill; Program.
19 Private Lives, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, circa January-February 1948
Playbill; Program.
20 Song of Norway, Cox Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, March 15, 1948
Playbill; Program.
21 Carousel, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, November 15-17, 1948
Playbill; Program.
22 Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Rudy Vallee, Beverly Hills Country Club, Newport, KY, 1949
Playbills.
23 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, January 8, 1949
Playbill; Program.
24 Harvey, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, January 24-26, 1949
Playbill; Program.
25 Annie Get Your Gun, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, March 7, 1949
Playbill; Program.
26 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, RKO Keith Theatre, OH, January 16, 1951
Playbill; Program.
Box Folder
21 1 Saint Joan, Cox Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, 1954-1955 Season
Playbook; Program.
2 The Dark is Light Enough, Cox Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, 1954-1955 Season
Playbook; Program.
3 The King and I, Kieth's Theatre, Dayton, OH, ca. 1954-1955
Playbook; Program.
4 The Seven Year Itch, The Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, January, 1955
Playbook; Program.
5 American Play Parade, Wilmington College Summer Theatre, 1955
Announcement.
6 Broadway Highlights, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, 1955
Playbook; Program.
7 The Teahouse of the August Moon, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, 1955
Program.
8 Macbeth and Twelfth Night, Antioch Area Theatre, Antioch College, OH, 1955 season
Program; Playbook.
9 Come Back, Little Sheba, Cincinnati Summer Playhouse, OH, 1955 Season
Program.
10 Reclining Figure, Euclid-77th St. Theatre, Cleveland Playhouse, 1955-1956 Season
Program.
11 Bus Stop, The Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, 1956
Playbook; Program.
12 Damn Yankees, The Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, 1956
Playbook; Program.
13 The Boyfriend, The Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, April, 1956
Playbook; Program.
14 The Boyfriend, Hartman Theatre, Columbus, OH, April, 1956
Program.
15 The Rainmaker, Trotwood-Madison Circle Theatre, OH, June, July, 1956
Program.
16 Arms and the Man, Trotwood-Madison Circle Theatre, OH, July, 1956
Program.
17 King Lear, Antioch Area Theatre, Antioch College, OH, 1956 Season
Playbook; Program.
18 The Young and the Beautiful, Cincinnati Summer Playhouse, OH, July, 1956
Program.
19 Blithe Spirit, Cincinnati Summer Playhouse, OH, July, 1956
Program.
20 An Evening With Tennessee Williams, Cincinnati Summer Playhouse, OH, August, 1956
Program.
21 Renovation of the Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, September, 1956
Souvenir Program.
22 A Hatful of Rain, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, December, 1956
Program.
23 The Cleveland Orchestra, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, March 13, 1957
Program.
24 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Colonial Theatre, Dayton, OH, March, ca. 1957-58
Playbook; Program.
25 South Pacific, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, June, 1957
Playbook; Program.
26 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, June, 1957
Playbook; Program.
27 The Soldier's Tale, Trouble in Tahiti, and Lost in the Stars, Antioch Area Theatre, Antioch College, OH, 1957 Season
Playbook; Program.
28 Primrose Path, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, July, 1957
Playbook; Program.
29 Annie Get Your Gun, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, July, 1957
Playbook; Program.
30 Petticoat Fever, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, July, 1957
Playbook; Program.
31 Brigadoon, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, July, 1957
Playbook; Program.
32 The Moon is Blue, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, July, 1957
Playbook; Program.
33 Can-Can, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, August, 1957
Playbook; Program.
34 Guys and Dolls, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, August, 1957
Playbook; Program.
35 Show Boat, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, September, 1957
Playbook; Program.
36 No Time For Sergeants, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, September, 1957
Playbook; Program.
37 The Egghead, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, September, 1957
Program.
38 Lecture: Mme. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Dayton Council on World Affairs, NCR Auditorium, OH, November 4, 1957
Program.
39 La Traviata, NBC Opera Company, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, November 26, 1957
Program; Playbook.
40 The Waltz of the Toreadors, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, 1957
Program.
41 Dark of the Moon, Wilmington College Summer Theatre, OH, ca. 1957
Program.
42 Auntie Mame, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, March, April, 1958
Playbook; Program.
43 Auntie Mame, Memorial Theatre, Dayton, OH, ca. 1958
Playbook; Program.
Box Folder
31 27 The Music Man, Dayton, OH, circa 1959
Playbook; Program.
28 Once Upon a Mattress, Dayton, OH, circa 1959
Playbook; Program.
Box Folder
21 44 The King and I, Cincinnati Star Theatre, September, 1959
Playbook; Program.
45 The Student Prince, Cincinnati Star Theatre, September, 1959
Program.
46 Guys and Dolls, Cincinnati Star Theatre, September, 1959
Playbook; Program.
47 Carousel, Cincinnati Star Theatre, September, 1959
Playbook; Program.
48 A Mighty Man is He, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, November, 1959
Program.
Box Folder
31 29 Sweet Bird of Youth, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, May 2, 1960
Playbill; Program.
30 The World of Suzie Wong, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, May 23, 1960
Playbill; Program.
31 The 1960 Cincinnati Summer Opera at the Zoo!, Zoo Opera Pavilion, Cincinnati, OH, June 23-July 23, 1960
Program.
Box Folder
21 49 A Taste of Honey, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, September, 1960
Program.
Box Folder
31 32 The Pleasure of His Company, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, December 16-17, 1960
Program.
33 Fiorello!, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, ca. 1960
Program.
Box Folder
21 50 The World of Suzie Wong, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, ca. 1960
Program.
Box Folder
31 34 The Andersonville Trial, Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH, February 3-4, 1961
Playbill; Program.
Box Folder
21 51 I Do, I Do, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, November, 1966
Program; Curtain Call.
Box Folder
22 1 Hello, Dolly!, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of June 15, 1971
Playbook; Program.
2 The Pleasure of His Company, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of June 22, 1971
Playbook; Program.
3 The Most Happy Fella, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of July, 13, 1971
Playbook; Program.
4 Send Me No Flowers, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of July 20, 1971
Playbook; Program.
5 Forty Carats, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of August 3, 1971
Playbook; Program.
6 The Great Waltz, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of August 10, 1971
Playbook; Program.
7 Anything Goes, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of August 17, 1971
Playbook; Program.
8 Catch Me If You Can, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 24, 1971
Playbook; Program.
9 The Sound of Music, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 31, 1971
Playbook; Program.
10 Butterflies are Free, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1971-1972 season
Playbook; Program.
11 Company, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1971-1972 season
Playbook; Program.
12 Promises, Promises, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1971-1972 season
Playbook; Program.
13 The Last of the Red Hot Lovers, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1971-1972 season
Program; Playbook.
14 The Me Nobody Knows, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1971-1972 season
Playbook; Program.
15 Will Roger's U.S.A., American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1971-1972 season
Playbook; Program.
16 And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, Shubert Theatre Cincinnati, OH, November, 1971
Playbook; Program.
17 The Gingerbread Lady, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, January, 1972
Program.
18 Can-Can, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 13, 1972
Playbook; Program.
19 The Moon is Blue, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 20, 1972
Playbook; Program.
20 1776, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 27, 1972
Playbook; Program.
21 Oklahoma, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 11, 1972
Playbook; Program.
22 Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 18, 1972
Playbook; Program.
23 Meet Me in St. Louis, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 25, 1972
Playbook; Program.
24 Come Blow Your Horn, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1972
Playbook.
25 Milk and Honey, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of August 1, 1972
Playbook; Program.
26 Good News, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 15, 1972
Playbook; Program.
27 Everybody Loves Opal, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 22, 1972
Playbook; Program.
28 Music in the Air, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 29, 1972
Playbook; Program.
29 Applause, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1972-1973 Season
Playbook; Program.
30 Sleuth, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1972-1973 season
Playbook; Program.
31 Promises, Promises, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 12, 1973
Playbook; Program.
32 Born Yesterday, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of June 19, 1973
Playbook; Program.
33 Guys and Dolls, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 26, 1973
Playbook; Program.
34 My Daughter's Rated X, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 3, 1973
Playbook; Program.
35 The Music Man, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 10, 1973
Playbook; Program.
36 The Pajama Game, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 17, 1973
Playbook; Program.
37 How the Other Half Loves, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 24, 1973
Playbook; Program.
38 South Pacific, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 31, 1973
Playbook; Program.
39 Arsenic and Old Lace, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 7, 1973
Playbook; Program.
40 Applause, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 14, 1973
Playbook; Program.
41 The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 21, 1973
Playbook; Program.
42 Once Upon a Mattress, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 28, 1973
Playbook; Program.
43 Two Gentlemen of Verona, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, August, September, 1973
Playbook; Program.
44 Butley, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, November, 1973
Program.
45 Grease, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1973-1974 season
Playbook; Program.
46 No, No, Nanette, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1973-1974 season
Program.
47 Twigs, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1973-1974 season
Program.
48 Two Gentlemen of Verona, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1973-1974 season
Playbook; Program.
49 The Waltz of the Toreadors, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, February. 1974
Program.
50 Good News, Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, 1974
Program.
51 R.S.V.P. The Cole Porters, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, ca. 1974
Playbook; Program.
Box Folder
23 1 No, No, Nanette, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 11, 1974
Playbook; Program.
2 Finishing Touches, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of June 18, 1974
Playbook; Program.
3 Kiss Me Kate, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 25, 1974
Playbook; Program.
4 Mother is Engaged, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 3, 1974
Playbook; Program.
5 Annie Get Your Gun, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 9, 1974
Playbook; Program.
6 Sunday in New York, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 16, 1974
Playbook; Program.
7 Take Me Along, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 23, 1974
Playbook; Program.
8 The Tunnel of Love, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 30, 1974
Playbook; Program.
9 Gigi, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 6, 1974
Playbook; Program.
10 6 Rms Riv Vu, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 13, 1974
Playbook; Program.
11 Oliver, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 20, 1974
Playbook; Program.
12 Luv, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of 27, 1974
Playbook; Program.
13 Pippin, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1974-1975 season
Program.
14 Seesaw, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, 1974-1975 season
Playbook; Program.
15 Move Over Mrs. Markham, American Theatre League of Dayton, OH, ca. 1975
Program.
16 Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Seasons 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77
Program.
17 Sugar, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 10, 1975
Playbook; Program.
18 Bus Stop, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 17, 1975
Playbook; Program.
19 On a Clear Day, You Can See Forever, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 24, 1975
Playbook; Program.
20 Stop, Thief, Stop!!, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 1, 1975
Playbook; Program.
21 She Loves Me, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 8, 1975
Playbook; Program.
22 Under the Yum Yum Tree, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 15, 1975
Playbook; Program.
23 Peter Pan, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 22, 1975
Playbook; Program.
24 The Cooch Dancer, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 29, 1975
Playbook; Program.
25 Bitter Sweet, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 5, 1975
Playbook; Program.
26 Private Lives, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 12, 1975
Playbook; Program.
27 Mock and Mabel, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 19, 1975
Playbook; Program.
28 The Boy Friend, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 26, 1975
Playbook; Program.
29 Room Service, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 15, 1976
Playbook; Program.
30 Irene, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 29, 1976
Playbook; Program.
31 Norman, Is That You?, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, Week of June 29, 1976
Playbook; Program.
32 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 6, 1976
Playbook; Program.
33 Damn Yankees, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 13, 1976
Playbook; Program.
34 Panama Hattie, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 20, 1976
Playbook; Program.
35 Shenandoah, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 27, 1976
Playbook; Program.
36 Accent on Youth, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 3, 1976
Playbook; Program.
37 Funny Girl, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 10, 1976
Playbook; Program.
38 The Student Prince, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 17, 1976
Playbook; Program.
39 George Washington Slept Here, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 24, 1976
Playbook; Program.
40 A Little Night Music, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 31, 1976
Playbook; Program.
41 An Evening with Dom De Luise, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of September 7, 1976
Playbook; Program.
42 Kismet, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of June 28, 1977
Playbook; Program.
43 Wonderful Town, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of July 26, 1977
Playbook; Program.
44 Li'l Abner, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 2, 1977
Playbook; Program.
45 Grease, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 16, 1977
Playbook; Program.
46 Make a Million, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, week of August 23, 1977
Playbook; Program.
47 Hello, Dolly!, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1979
Program.
48 I Love My Wife, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1979
Playbook; Program.
49 Side By Side By Sondheim, Victory Theatre Association, Dayton, OH, September, 1979
Program.
Box Folder
24 1 My Fair Lady, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1980
Playbook; Program.
2 Grease, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1980
Playbook; Program.
3 Brigadoon, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1980
Playbook; Program.
4 Side by Side by Sondheim, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1980
Program.
5 4 Girls 4, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1980
Program.
6 Bob Fosse's Dancin', Taft Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, November, 1980
Playbook; Program.
7 Bob Fosse's Dancin', Dayton, OH, ca. 1980
Program.
8 Ain't Misbehavin', ca. 1980
Program.
9 Joffrey II: The Joffrey Ballet, Victory Theatre, January, 1981
Program.
10 The Fantasticks, Victory Theatre Season, Virginia's Barter Theatre, Dayton, OH, March, 1981
Program.
11 The Madwoman of Central Park West, Victory Theatre, Dayton, OH, April, 1981
Program.
12 George M, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1981
Playbook; Program.
13 Greenwich Scandals of 1923, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1981
Playbook; Program.
14 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, 1982
Program.
15 The New 4 Girls, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, July 27-August 1, 1982
Program.
16 The Pirates of Penzance, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, August 10-15, 1982
Program.
17 The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Kenley Players, Dayton, OH, August 17-22, 1982
Program.
18 Various Concerts, Civic Music Association,
Program.
Box Folder
31 35 Jesus Christ Superstar, Schuster Center, Dayton, OH, April 17-22, 2007
Playbill.
Series 3: Broadway and London Productions, 1955-2007 (3 boxes)
The third series is the collection of Broadway and London productions Kincannon attended from 1955-2007. This series consists of mostly playbills and programs.
Box Folder
27 13 Ice-Capades, NYC, 1946
Program.
14 Born Yesterday, Lyceum Theatre, NYC, August 16, 1948
Playbill.
15 Sadler's Wells Ballet, NYC, 1950-1951
Program.
Box Folder
25 1 The Cherry Orchard, 4th Street Theatre, NYC, ca. October 18, 1955 - January 15, 1956
Program.
2 ANTA Album, Adelphi Theatre, NYC, March 28, 1955
Program.
3 Assorted Concerts and Poetry Readings, NYC, 1955
Calendar.
4 La Ronde, Circle in the Square Theatre, NYC, June 22 - November 27, 1955
Program.
5 A View from the Bridge, Coronet Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 10, 1955
Program.
6 Bus Stop, The Music Box Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 17, 1955
Playbill; Program.
7 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Morosco Theatre, Beginning October 17, 1955
Playbill.
8 Plain and Fancy, Winter Garden Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 17, 1955
Playbill; Program.
9 Tiger at the Gates, The Plymouth Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 17, 1955
Playbill.
9 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, Belasco Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 17, 1955
Playbill.
10 Witness for the Prosecution, Henry Milley's Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 17, 1955
Playbill; Program.
11 Fanny, The Majestic Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 24, 1955
Playbill; Program.
12 Inherit the Wind, National Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 24, 1955
Playbill.
13 Silk Stockings, The Imperial Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 24, 1955
Playbill.
14 The Diary of Anne Frank, The Cort Theatre, NYC, Beginning 24, 1955
Playbill.
15 The Desk Set, The Broadhusrt Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 24, 1955
Playbill.
16 Pipe Dream, Sam S. Shubert Theatre, NYC, Beginning March 12, 1956
Playbill.
17 The Apple Cart, The Plymouth Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 29, 1956
Playbill.
18 Too Late the Phalarope, Belasco Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 29, 1956
Playbill.
19 Major Barbara, Martin Beck Theatre, NYC, Beginning October 30, 1956
Playbill; Program.
20 Middle of the Night, ANTA Theatre, NYC, Beginning November 5, 1956
Playbill.
21 My Fair Lady, Mark Hellinger Theatre, NYC, Beginning November 5, 1956
Playbill.
21 Separate Tables, The Music Box Theatre, NYC, Beginning November 5, 1956
Playbill.
22 The Matchmaker, The Royale Theatre, NYC, Beginning November 5, 1956
Playbill.
23 The Most Happy Fella, The Imperial Theatre, NYC, Beginning November 5, 1956
Playbill; Program.
24 Long Day's Journey Into Night, Helen Hays Theatre, NYC, Beginning November 12, 1956
Playbill.
25 Child of Fortune, Royale Theatre, NYC, Beginning November 13, 1956
Playbill.
26 A Very Special Baby, The Playhouse, NYC, Beginning November 14, 1956
Playbill.
27 I am a Camera, Actor's Playhouse, NYC, ca. 1956
Program.
28 Look Back in Anger, John Golden Theatre, NYC, Beginning June 9, 1958
Playbill.
29 Look Homeward, Angel, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, NYC, ca. 1958
Playbill.
30 Sunrise at Campobello, Cort Theatre, NYC, ca. 1958
Playbill; Program.
31 The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, The Music Box Theatre, NYC, ca. 1958
Playbill; Program.
Box Folder
27 16 Take Me Along, Shubert Theatre, NYC, 1959-1960
Program.
17 The Devil's Advocate, Billy Rose Theatre, NYC, May 15, 1961
Playbill; Program.
Box Folder
26 1 Becket, Hudson Theatre, NYC, May 22, 1961
Playbill.
2 Camelot, Majestic Theatre, NYC, May 22, 1961
Playbill; Program.
3 The Happiest Girl in the World, Martin Beck Theatre, May 22, 1961
Playbill; Program.
4 The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Winter Garden Theatre, NYC, May 22, 1961
Playbill; Program.
5 Bye Bye Birdie, Sam S. Shubert Theatre, NYC, May 29, 1961
Playbill; Program.
6 Hedda Gabler, Fourth Street Theatre, NYC, May, 1961
Playgram.
7 The Balcony, Circle in the Square Theatre, NYC, May, 1961
Playgram.
8 The Death of Bessie Smith, and The American Dream, York Playhouse, NYC, May, 1961
Playgram.
9 Rhinoceros, Longacre Theatre, NYC, ca. 1961
Reviews.
10 The Living Theatre Repertory, NYC, 1961
Program.
Box Folder
27 18 Carnival, Imperial Theatre, NYC, 1961-1962
Program.
19 Carnival, ANTA Playhouse, NYC, 1961-1963
Program.
Box Folder
26 11 A Delicate Balance, Martin Beck Theatre, NYC, October, 1966
Playbill.
12 How's the World Treating You?, The Music Box Theatre, October, 1966
Playbill.
13 Philadelphia, Here I Come, The Plymouth Theatre, NYC, October, 1966
Playbill.
14 The Apple Tree, Shubert Theatre, NYC, October, 1966
Playbill; Program.
15 Wait Until Dark, George Abbot Theatre, NYC, October, 1966
Playbill.
16 America Hurrah, Pocket Theatre, NYC, November 8-15, 1966
Showcard.
17 The Infantry, 81st Street Theatre, NYC, November 8-15, 1966
Showcard.
18 Cactus Flower, Royale Theatre, NYC, November, 1966
Playbill; Program.
19 Fiddler on the Roof, Imperial Theatre, NYC, November, 1966
Playbill; Program.
20 Mame, Winter Garden Theatre, NYC, November, 1966
Playbill; Program.
21 Man of La Mancha, ANTA Washington Square Theatre, NYC, November, 1966
Playbill; Program.
22 The Rose Tattoo, Billy Rose Theatre, NYC, November, 1966
Playbill; Program.
23 Cabaret, Broadhurst Theatre, NYC, ca. 1966
Program.
24 Hail Scrawdyke!, The Booth Theatre, NYC, ca. 1966
Program.
25 Promenade Magazine, November, 1966
Magazine.
27 Where Magazine, November, 1966
Magazine.
28 Masterpieces of Modern Art, 1965
Picture book.
29 The Whitney Review, 1965-1966
Publication.
Box Folder
27 1 Starlight Express, Apollo Victoria Theatre, London, ca. March, 1984
Program.
2 Promises, Promises
Program.
3 La Cage aux Folles, NY Palace Theatre, January, 1984
Playbill.
9 Hurlyburly, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, ca. 1984
Playbill.
4 The Seagull, London: Queen's Theatre, August, 1985
Program.
5 Sweet Bird of Youth, Theatre Royal Haymarket, July 9, 1985
Program.
6 Daisy Pulls it Off, The Globe Theatre, August, 1985
Program.
7 Six Degrees of Separation, Vivian Beaumont, February, 1991
Playbill.
8 Lyndon, John Houseman Theatre, January, 1991
Playbill.
Box Folder
41 5 Brand, Theatre Royal Haymarket, August 25, 2003
Box Folder
27 10 The Coast of Utopia, Vivian Beaumont, March, 2007
Playbill.
20 Inherit the Wind, Lyceum Theatre, NYC, March, 2007
Playbill.
11 A Moon for the Misbegotten, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, May, 2007
Playbill.
12 Spring Awakening-A New Musical, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, May, 2007
Playbill; City Guide.
Series 4: Film-related Materials, 1943-1992 (1 box)
The fourth series is film-related materials from 1943-1992, consisting of souvenir books, magazines, and press packets relating to each movie.
Box Folder
29 1 The Ten Commandments, 1956
Souvenir Book.
2 Films and Filming, May, 1958
Magazine. Vol 4, no. 8.
3 Films and Filming, June, 1958
Magazine. Vol 4, no. 9.
4 The Story of the Making of Ben-Hur, 1959
Book.
5 Fiddler on the Roof, 1971
Program.
6 The American Film Theatre, 1973-1974 season
Cinebills for The Iceman Cometh; Luther; Rhinoceros; Lost in the Stars; Butley; The Three Sisters.
7 The American Film Theatre/ The Second Season,
Programs for Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living; The Maids; In Celebration; The Man in the Glass Booth; Galileo.
8 Presumed Innocent, 1990
Press Release.
9 Music in the Movies, The Virginia Festival of American Film, October 24-28, 1990
Press Packet.
10 Movie Made America, The Virginia Festival of American Film, October 24-27, 1991
Press Packet.
11 A Woman's Tale, 1991
Press Packet.
12 Batman Returns, 1992
Press Packet; Production Information; Photographs.
13 Filmfest D.C.: The Sixth Annual Washington D.C. International Film Festival, 1992
Press Packet.
14 Grauman's Chinese Theatre souvenir program; 13th gala midsummer drama festival, Pasadena; Hollywood Bowl magazine, circa 1943-1947
Program; magazine.
Series 5: Audiovisual Materials, 1983-1992 (6 boxes)
The fifth series is audiovisual materials from 1983-1986, consisting of reel-to-reel audiotapes, audiotape cartridges, and videocassettes. Much of the material is from the Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon radio program. Behind the Scenes was a three-minute feature on the Performing Arts, and was available via the Public Radio Satellite System.
Box Reel
34 1 Applause show, undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:10:08.
Box
unboxed Behind the Scenes, undated
Videotape.
Box
34 Behind the Scenes, circa 1983-1984
Pamphlet.
2 Behind the Scenes: Guitar B-P, undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run Time: 00:08:05.
3 Behind the Scenes: H. Hayes/DRM girls, undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:24:45.
4 Behind the scenes (Kincannon 007), undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:31:40.
Box
39 Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon, undated
9 discs containing digital access copies and a storage drive with access copies and master digital files.
Box Reel
34 5 Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon, undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:06:08.
6 Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon shows 1 through 3 undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:16:15.
7 Graduation, Rehau and Caulkins, undated
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:07:36.
Kincannon 001, undated
Audiotape cartridge. Run Time: 00:03:44.
Kincannon 002, undated
Audiotape cartridge. Run Time: 00:00:44. Tape only contains approximately 2 seconds of audio.
10 Kincannon 014, L. Claire Kincannon Dancing Ink Press, undated
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run Time: 00:03:24.
11 Kincannon 016, L. Claire Kincannon Dancing Ink Press, undated
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Approximately 1 minute of silence in the middle of program. Tape entered silence at approximately 00:04:44.
12 Kincannon 026, L. Claire Kincannon Dancing Ink Press, undated
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Tape entered silence at approximately 00:07:01.
13 Kincannon 027, L. Claire Kincannon undated
10.5" reel-to-reel audiotape rehoused onto 7" reel. Run Time: 00:16:12.
Box Reel
37 12 Lena; All's well; Return of the Jedi, undated
10.5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run Time: 0:23:59.
Box Reel
34 14 Master show [label half gone], undated
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Tape starts mid-program. Program ends at 00:06:04.
15 Master tape weeks 2 and 3, undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:10:00.
Box Reel
37 1 Music, undated
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:07:28.
2 Tape 2: Frank Daus + Inter undated
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run Time: 00:11:09.
3 Behind the Scenes: Trouble in Tahiti, July 27
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:04:59.
4 Behind the Scenes: Lena Horne, June 19
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Box reads "1984 October 6". Program ends at 00:03:13.
5 Behind the Scenes #5, September 29, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at approximately 00:05:46.
6 Behind the Scenes: #5 ORIG Garvin duplicate September 30, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:46.
7 Behind the Scenes #6, October 6, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:06:25.
8 Behind the Scenes #8, October 20, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:04:28.
9 Behind the Scenes, recorded in Denver, CO, "Shadowing", October 21, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:06:11.
10 Behind the Scenes #10, November 1983?
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:37.
11 Behind the Scenes #11, November 10, 1983?
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:02.
Box Reel
38 1 Behind the Scenes #12: Evita, November 18, 1983
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:05:57.
2 Behind the Scenes: Thanksgiving #13 November 24, 1983?
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:07.
3 Behind the Scenes #14 December 2, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:10.
4 Behind the Scenes: As you like it, A Christmas carol, Winche, romantic comedy, #15 December 8, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:27.
5 Behind the Scenes #17, December 22, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:04:58.
6 Behind the Scenes #18, December 29, 1983
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:06:20.
7 Behind the Scenes: wrap up of '83, 1983
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Runt time is 00:05:26.
8 Behind The Scenes Claire Kincannon #20, January 13, 1984?
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:07:15.
Box
36 Behind the scenes: Odd Couple, Busboy, Old Men, January 29, February 5, February 27, 1984?
Videotape cassette.
Behind the Scenes, cut 1-5, April 4-11, 1984
Videotape cassette. Women in film: Streetwise, Old Enough; Gin Game; short run; Mayor of ?; End of World.
Box Reel
39 9 Behind the Scenes #32, April 6, 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:04:50.
Box Reel
38 10 Behind the Scenes Live WFFU Claire Kincannon/Barry Lee May 17, 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:26:46.
11 Behind the Scenes: Henry V, May 24, 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:04:06.
12 Behind the Scenes: Fools fire, J's Girls, July 6, 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:06:52.
13 Behind The Scenes: Olympics, August 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:16.
14 Behind the Scenes: Glass Menagerie, Calendar, August 24, 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:05:47.
Box Reel
40 1 Behind the Scenes: Sound of Music, Capital steps, August 31, 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:06:07.
2 Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon, September 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:03:44.
3 Behind the Scenes, 1 year old, September 6, 1984
5" reel-to-reel audiotape. Tape entered silence at approximately 00:05:30.
5 Behind the Scenes with Claire Kincannon: review of the Tempest (Arena), America Hurrah, Woolly Mammoth, October 20, 1984
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at approx 00:05:06.
5 Behind the Scenes With Claire Kincannon: Wrap up 84, January 3, 1985
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Box reads "Rebecca Rice Liv Stage", "#7, 10/12/83". Program ends at 00:07:11.
6 Musical! Show #852-3, master applause, hour 1, April 20, 1985
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program switches from stereo to mono (left channel only) from 00:02:50 until 00:04:22 Program ends at 00:26:23.
7 Behind the Scenes, cut 4, July 19, 1985
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:20:27. Approx 1 minute of silence before program begins.
8 Bits and pieces of broadway. Written and directed by Claire Kincannon, Musical show #853-4, hour 3, July 27, 1985
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Program ends at 00:21:50.
9 Cut 10, Htbrk hse January 3, 1986
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:47:10.
10 Behind the scenes, cut 11: the Birthday Party, April 4, 1986
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run time is 00:41:45.
11 Shakespeare Theatre Part 2 January 14, 1991
7" reel to reel audiotape. Program ends at approx 00:05:34.
12 Shakespeare at the Lansburg?; Press conference part 1, January 14, 1992
7" reel-to-reel audiotape. Run Time: 01:05:27.
Box
35 Hungary remembered, produced by Claire Kincannon, undated
Videotape cassette.
35th anniversary Hungarian revolution, Ball, April, 1986
Videotape cassette.
Hungary, undated
Videotape cassette.
Paul's painting and Ilona stills or Hungary 5, undated
Videotape cassette.
Newsreels, Hungary tape 1, undated
Videotape cassette.
Hungary tape 2, undated
Videotape cassette.
spine reads: "Hungary 2", "Takacs and Pting", "only tape of P.T. on cam", undated
Videotape cassette.
spine reads: "Hungary 1", "Ilona and pics of HME + Paul (pt one)", undated
Videotape cassette.
spine reads "Hungary 3", front reads "#1 Shander 2/3"; "Blank 1/3"; "tape #1 Simmons", March 25, 1983
Videotape cassette.
"Hungary 4" or "Sandor 2", undated
Videotape cassette.
Hungary 10, ball, sound only, undated
Videotape cassette.
Hungary 11, sound only, take 3, undated
Videotape cassette.
Hungary 9, Geveben and people, ball guests, take 1, undated
Videotape cassette.
Black audio, undated
Videotape cassette.
Black master, Hungary, undated
Videotape cassette.
Box
36 Film clips, undated
Videotape cassette. Clips from Streetwise and Old Enough.
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