Guide to the Virginia Nelson playbills collection, 1939-2007

Virginia Nelson playbills C0015


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Fenwick Library (2FL)

George Mason University

Fairfax, Virginia 22030-4444

USA

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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center.
Creator Virginia Nelson
Title Virginia Nelson playbills collection
Date 1939-2007
Physical Characteristics 6 linear feet (12 boxes)
Abstract This collection contains playbills for performances at a variety of venues in the Washington D.C. metro area, including the National Theatre, Arena Stage, the New Gayety Theatre, the Warner Theatre, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as well as multiple smaller, local theatres and companies, and others across the United States and internationally.
Collection number C0015
Language English

Historical Information

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.

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Scope and Content

The Virginia Nelson playbills collection represents the rise and expansion of theatre and the performing arts in the Metro D.C. area, including a variety of performances at a multitude of venues over the course of eight decades, beginning in the 1930s and ending in the early 2000s. From plays and musical theatre, to opera, ballet, and musical acts, the gamut of the performing arts is represented within the collection. This collection contains playbills for performances at a variety of D.C. area venues, including the National Theatre, Arena Stage, the New Gayety Theatre, the Warner Theatre, Wolf Trap, Signature Theatre, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as well as other theatres across the nation and abroad, including those from Broadway in New York and the West End in London. Many of the playbills come from renowned "classic" performances of certain works, many starring famous actors. Also represented in the collection are smaller, local theatrical venues, companies, and performances. Note: Included in the collection were a number of Arena Stage Playbills, which were removed except for one that was not already included in the Arena Stage records. All other Arena Stage playbills (before the 2006/2007 season) are available in the Arena Stage records.

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Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

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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 performing arts and theatre collections.

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Index Terms

Geographical Names:

London, England.
New York (City)
United States.
Washington (D.C.)

Corporate Names:

Arena Stage (Organization : Washington, D.C.)
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.)
National Theatre (Washington, D.C.)
New Gayety Theatre (Organization : Washington, D.C.)
Warner Theatre (Washington, D.C.)
Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts (Va.)

Subjects:

Ballet.
Musical theater
Musical theater--England--London.
Musical theater--New York (State)--New York.
Musical theater--Washington (D.C.)
Opera.
Performing arts.
Plays.
Theater--New York (State)
Theater--Washington (D.C.)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Virginia Nelson playbills collection, C0015, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Virginia Nelson in 2007.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections Research Center staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in August 2009. Contents list added and finding aid updated by Amanda Brent in 2017.

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Contents List

Box Folder
1 1 National Theatre - "Set to Music," January 9, 1939
2 National Theatre - "Du Barry Was A Lady," November 1939
3 Roadside Theatre - "The Frog," July 22, 1940
4 Willard Hotel Roof - "Bertha, The Sewing Machine Girl," 1941
5 Cross Roads Theatre - "The Male Animal," 1941
6 National Theatre "The Cream in the Well," January 14, 1941
7 National Theatre - "Claudia," January 27, 1941
8 The Longacre Theatre - "Johnny Belinda," February 16, 1941
9 National Theatre - "Tobacco Road," February 17, 1941
10 National Theatre - "The Little Foxes," Featuring Tallulah Bankhead, March 17, 1941
11 The Catholic University of America - "Cook Book," April 23, 1941
12 National Theatre - "The Student Prince," May 5, 1941
13 Cross Roads Theatre - "Private Lives," July 1941
14 The St. Paul's Players - "Tish," October 15, 1941
15 National Theatre - "Faust," February 6, 1942
16 National Theatre - "Louisiana Purchase," February 23, 1942
17 The Winter Garden - "Sons O' Fun," April 12, 1942
18 Hollywood Theatre - "Banjo Eyes," April 12, 1942
19 National Theatre - "Punch and Julia," May 4, 1942
20 The Catholic University of America - "Count Me In!," May 10, 1942
21 National Theatre - "Franklin Street," September 21, 1942
22 National Theatre - "The Pirate," October 12, 1942
23 National Theatre - "The Doughgirls," December 7, 1942
24 Broadhurst Theatre - "Show Time," 1943
25 The Booth Theatre - "Blithe Spirit," January 31, 1943
26 National Theatre - "Junior Miss," February 8, 1943
27 National Theatre - "Priorities of 1942," Featuring Gloria Swanson, March 1, 1943
28 National Theatre - "Blossom Time," April 12, 1943
29 The Catholic University of America - "Eddie the First," May 5, 1943
30 National Theatre - "Dracula," Featuring Bela Lugosi, June 21, 1943
31 National Theatre - "Arsenic and Old Lace," Featuring Boris Karloff, August 30, 1943
32 National Theatre - "Big Time," September 20, 1943
33 National Theatre - "Oklahoma," October 18, 1943
34 The Broadhurst Theatre - "Early to Bed," November 14, 1943
35 The Winter Garden - "Ziegfeld Follies," November 14, 1943
36 National Symphony Orchestra - Ballet Theatre, November 14, 1943
37 The Washington Grand Opera Association - "Cavalleria Rusticana" and "I Pagliacci," December 21, 1943
38 National Theatre - "Over Twenty One," Featuring Ruth Gordon, December 27, 1943
39 National Theatre - "Marianne," January 10, 1944
40 National Theatre - "Kiss and Tell," January 17, 1944
41 National Theatre - "The Corn is Green," Featuring Ethel Barrymore, April 17, 1944
42 The Cape Theatre - "The Philadelphia Story," June 20, 1944
43 National Theatre - "Wallflower," August 28, 1944
44 National Theatre - "Our Fanny," Featuring Joy Hodges, September 18, 1944
45 The Catholic University of America - "The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great," January 14, 1945
46 National Theatre - "The Merry Widow," January 29, 1945
47 National Theatre - "Catherine Was Great," Featuring Mae West, February 19, 1945
48 The Washington Grand Opera Company - "Carmen," March 15, 1945
49 The Music Box - "Star and Garter,' Featuring Gypsy Rose Lee, June 13, 1943
50 National Theatre - "Leonide Massine's Ballet Russe Highlights," July 18, 1945
51 National Theatre - "Good Night Ladies," July 23, 1945
52 National Theatre - "Life with Father," August 6, 1945
53 National Symphony Orchestra - Ballet Theatre, November 11, 1945
54 National Theatre - "The Late George Apley," November 19, 1945
55 Constitution Hall - "Gladys Swarthout," November 18, 1945
56 National Theatre - "Spring in Brazil," November 27, 1945
57 Cross Roads Theatre - "The Pursuit of Happiness," 1946
58 Cross Roads Theatre - "George and Margaret" , 1946
59 National Theatre - "Up in Central Park," January 6, 1946
60 National Theatre - "O Mistress Mine," January 7, 1946
61 National Theatre - "The Hasty Heart," February 4, 1946
62 National Theatre - "He Who Gets Slapped," Featuring Dennis King, March 4, 1946
63 National Theatre - "Miss Jones" by Ruth Gordon, Mach 18, 1946
64 Benefit - Mayflower Hotel - "Mission to Matthew," March 18, 1946
65 National Theatre - "Blossom Time," April 1, 1946
66 National Theatre - "Hamlet," Featuring Maurice Evans, April 15, 1946
67 National Theatre - "The Two Mrs. Carrolls," April 22, 1946
68 National Theatre - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," May 6, 1946
69 National Theatre - "Laura," May 27, 1946
70 National Theatre - "The Voice of the Turtle," June 17, 1946
71 Olney Theatre - "Private Lives," September 10, 1946
72 The Forty-Sixth Street Theatre - "The Red Mill," September 16, 1946
73 National Theatre - "Come On Up," Featuring Mae West, September 23, 1946
74 Majestic Theatre - "Carousel," September 23, 1946
75 National Theatre - "Pygmalion," Featuring Gertrude Lawrence, October 21, 1946
76 Lisner Auditorium - "Joan of Lorainne," Featuring Ingrid Bergman and Sam Wanamaker, October 29, 1946
77 National Theatre - "Apple of His Eye," November 4, 1946
78 Little Theatre - "Henry V," Featuring Laurence Olivier, November 7, 1946
Box Folder
2 1 National Theatre - "The Glass Menagerie," February 10, 1947
2 National Theatre - "State of the Union," March 3, 1947
3 National Theatre - "The Fatal Weakness," Featuring Ina Claire, March 10, 1947
4 National Treasure - "The Iceman Cometh," April 7, 1947
5 National Treasure - "Love for Love," Featuring John Gielgud, May 13, 1947
6 National Theatre - "Lute Song," Featuring Yul Brynner and Dolly Haas, May 26, 1947
7 National Theatre - "I Remember Mama," December 27, 1947
8 National Theatre - "Harvey," Featuring Frank Fay, June 21, 1948
9 Olney Theatre - "Too Many Husbands," July 8, 1948
10 The Catholic University of America - "Arms and the Man," July 11, 1949
11 Olney Theatre - "Up To Now," July 19, 1949
12 San Carlo Opera Company - "Aida," circa 1940s
13 San Carlo Opera Company - "An American Institution," circa 1940s
14 National Theatre - "Antigone," circa 1940s
15 Olney Theatre - "Biography," circa 1940s
16 New Gayety Theatre - "Brigadoon," circa 1940s
17 Willard Hotel Roof - "Broken HeArts of Broadway," circa 1940s
18 Constitution Hall - "Gay Nineties," circa 1940s
19 Cross Roads Theatre - "Mr. Barry's Etchings," circa 1940s
20 Grand Opera Libretto - "Pagliacci," circa 1940s
21 Olney Theatre - "Skylark," circa 1940s
22 Cross Roads Theatre - "Spider Island," circa 1940s
23 San Carlo Opera Company - "The Chocolate Soldier," circa 1940s
24 Olney Theatre - "The Curtain Rises," circa 1940s
25 Sam H. Harris - "The Man Who Came to Dinner," circa 1940s
26 The Antigone of Sophocles - Translation by Lewis Campbell, circa 1940s
27 New Gayety Theatre - "Born Yesterday," Featuring Judy Holliday, November 20, 1950
28 New Gayety Theatre - "Come Back, Little Sheba," January 15, 1951
29 New Gayety Theatre - "The Autumn Garden," Featuring Florence Eldrige and Frederic March, February 11, 1952
30 New Gayety Theatre - "The Cocktail Party" , March 31, 1952
31 National Theatre - "Call Me Madam," Featuring Ethel Merman, May 5, 1952
32 National Theatre - "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," Featuring Carol Channing, June 2, 1952
33 Henry Miller's Theatre - "The Moon is Blue," October 27, 1952
34 46th Street Theatre - "Guys and Dolls," November 3, 1952
35 National Theatre - "Top Banana," Featuring Phil Silvers, November 10, 1952
36 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Horses in Midstream," March 17, 1953
37 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Pal Joey," April 20, 1953
38 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Jose Greco," September 29, 1953
39 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "My 3 Angels," March 1, 1954
40 Constitution Hall - Liberace, September 26, 1954
41 Theater de Lys - "The Threepenny Opera," 1955
42 Martin Beck Theatre - "The Teahouse of the August Moon," Featuring Eli Wallach, July 14, 1955
43 National Theatre - "The Vamp," Featuring Carol Channing, October 31, 1955
44 National Theatre - "Janus," Featuring Robert Preston , November 14, 1955
45 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Kismet," January 23, 1956
46 National Theatre - "Damn Yankees," February 13, 1956
47 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Bus Stop," February 20, 1956
48 National Theatre - "Li'l Abner," September 17, 1956
49 National Theatre - "Cat Hot On A Hot Tin Roof," November 19, 1956
50 National Theatre - "Inherit the Wind," Featuring Melvyn Douglas, December 31, 1956
51 National Theatre - "Ziegfeld Follies," February 12, 1957
52 National Theatre - "West Side Story," August 26, 1957
53 National Theatre - "Separate Tables," Featuring Geraldine Page, October 28, 1957
54 National Theatre - "Middle of The Night," Featuring Edward G. Robinson, December 30, 1957
55 Ontario Theatre - The Bolshoi Ballet - "Giselle," January 1958
56 National Theatre - "Interlock," Featuring Celeste Holm, Maximilian Schell, and Rosemary Harris, January 27, 1958
57 Constitution Hall - Mantovani and His New Music, February 1, 1958
58 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Much Ado About Nothing," Featuring Katharine Hepburn, February 10, 1958
59 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Visit To A Small Planet," Featuring Cyril Ritchard, February 24, 1958
60 National Theatre - "Auntie Mame," March 3, 1958
61 National Theatre - American Ballet Theatre, March 10, 1958
62 National Theatre - "Long Day's Journey Into Night," March 17, 1958
63 National Theatre - "No Time For Sergeants," March 24, 1958
64 Constitution Hall - An Evening with Bennett Cerf, May 2, 1958
65 National Theatre - "The Diary of Anne Frank," June 9, 1958
66 Lowe's Capitol Theatre - Moiseyev Dance Company from Moscow, June 16, 1958
67 National Theatre - "Look Back in Anger," December 22, 1958
68 National Theatre - "Redhead," Featuring Gwen Verdon and Richard Kiley, December 30, 1958
69 National Theatre - "Bells Are Ringing," Featuring Judy Holliday, April 6, 1959
70 National Theatre - "Sunrise At Campobello," June 29, 1959
71 National Theatre - "A Loss of Roses," Featuring Shirley Booth, November 2, 1959
72 National Theatre - "The Pleasure of His Company," Featuring Cyril Ritchard, December 7, 1959
73 National Theatre - "Dear Liar," December 28, 1958
74 London Films - "Tales of Hoffman," Featuring Moira Shearer, circa 1950s
75 Versailles - "Nice To See You," circa 1950s
76 Carter Barron Ampitheater - "Belafonte" - Harry Belafonte, circa June 1950
77 Little Theatre of Alexandria - "The Recruiting Officer," circa 1950s
Box Folder
3 1 The Broadway Theatre - "Gypsy," Featuring Ethel Merman, January 1960
2 National Theatre - "The World of Suzie Wong," January 11, 1960
3 National Theatre - "The Good Soup," Featuring Ruth Gordon, February 15, 1960
4 National Theatre - "One More River," February 29, 1960
5 National Theatre - "Look Homeward Angel," March 14, 1960
6 Dock Street Theatre - "Hiddydoddy," March 24, 1960
7 National Theatre - "The Dark At The Top of the Stairs," Featuring Joan Blondell, April 11, 1960
8 National Theatre - "Sweet Bird of Youth," Featuring Geraldine Page and Rip Torn, May 9, 1960
9 National Theatre - "My Fair Lady," June 27, 1960
10 Carter Barron Amphitheatre - Jimmy Durante, July 1960
11 National Theatre - "Irma La Douce," September 19, 1960
12 National Theatre - "Duel of Angels," October 10, 1960
13 The Discount Record Shop - An Evening with Mort Sahl and the Limelighters, October 14, 1960
14 Constitution Hall - Eileen Farrell, October 30, 1960
15 National Theatre - "The Andersonville Trial," December 26, 1960
16 Sam S. Shubert Theater - "Bye Bye Birdie," Featuring Chita Rivera and Dick Van Dyke, January 16, 1961
17 National Theatre - "Carnival!" Featuring Jerry Orbach, March 20, 1961
18 National Theatre - "Becket," Featuring Laurence Olivier and Arthur Kennedy, April 10, 1961
19 National Theatre - "The Music Man," Featuring Forrest Tucker, July 3, 1961
20 National Theatre - "A Taste of Honey," September 18, 1961
21 National Theatre - "Toys in the Attic," October 16, 1961
22 National Theatre - "Sunday in New York," Featuring Robert Redford, November 6, 1961
23 National Theatre - "The Best Man," January 1, 1962
24 National Theatre - "Fiorello!," January 8, 1962
25 National Theatre - "La Plume de Ma Tante," March 26, 1962
26 National Theatre - "Come Blow Your Horn," July 30, 1962
27 National Theatre - "Mr. President," October 1962
28 National Theatre - "Natural Affection," January 21, 1963
29 National Theatre - "Hot Spot," Featuring Judy Holliday, February 4, 1963
30 National Theatre - "Mary, Mary," March 25, 1963
31 National Theatre - "Milk and Honey," May 6, 1963
32 National Theatre - "Take Her, She's Mine," Featuring Tom Ewell, June 3, 1963
33 National Theatre - "The Sound of Music," July 1, 1963
34 National Theatre - "Here's Love," August 26, 1963
35 National Theatre - "A Thousand Clowns," Featuring Dane Clark and Margaret O'Brien, September 16, 1963
36 National Theatre - "Seidman and Son," Featuring Sam Levene, November 18, 1963
37 National Theatre - "Barefoot In The Park," Featuring Robert Redford, September 30, 1963
38 National Theatre - "Hello Dolly!" Featuring Carol Channing, December 23, 1963
39 National Theatre - "Never Too Late," February 1964
40 National Theatre - "Josephine Baker and Her Company," March 1964
41 National Theatre - "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," May 1964
42 National Theatre - "I Was Dancing," Featuring Burgess Meredith, October 1964
43 National Theatre - "Zizi," Featuring Zizi Jeanmaire, October 1964
44 Constitution Hall - National Symphony, November 10, 1964
45 National Theatre - "Alfie!" Featuring Terence Stamp, November 1964
46 National Theatre - "After The Fall," November 1964
47 Winter Garden - "Funny Girl," Featuring Barbra Streisand, December 1964
48 National Theatre - "110 In The Shade," December 1964
Box Folder
4 1 National Theatre - "Any Wednesday," January 1965
2 National Theatre - "The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd," Featuring Cyril Ritchard, February 1965
3 National Theatre - "Diamond Orchid," February 1965
4 National Theatre - "The Odd Couple," Featuring Walter Mathau, February 1965
5 National Theatre - "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," April 1965
6 National Theatre - "Pickwick," September 195
7 National Theatre - "Cactus Flower," Featuring Lauren Bacall, November 1965
8 Constitution Hall - Washington National Sympathy, November 27, 1965
9 National Theatre - "The Wayward Stork," January 1966
10 National Theatre - "Luv," January 1966
11 National Theatre - "Hostile Witness," February 1966
12 Constitution Hall - New York Philharmonic, February 21, 1966
13 National Theatre - "The Subject Was Roses," Featuring Martin Sheen, March 1966
14 National Theatre - "The Owl and the Pussycat," Featuring Eartha Kitt, March 1966
15 National Theatre - "I Do! I Do!" Featuring Mary Martin and Robert Preston, October 1966
16 Winter Garden Theatre - "Mame," Featuring Angela Lansbury and Bea Arthur, December 1966
17 The Palace Theatre - "Sweet Charity," Featuring Gwen Verdon, December 1966
18 National Theatre - "Man of La Mancha," February 1967
19 National Theatre - Eddie Fisher and Buddy Hackett, June 1967
20 National Theatre - "Wait A Minim!," August 1967
21 National Theatre - "Mata Hari," November 1967
22 Washington Performing Arts Society - Mantovani and His Concert Orchestra, November 26, 1967
23 The Private Arts Foundation - An Evening with Edward Villella, 1968
24 National Theatre - "The Killing of Sister George," January 1968
25 National Theatre - "Fiddler On The Roof," Featuring Paul Lipson, August 1968
26 Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School - "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever," 1960s
27 Lowe's Capitol Theatre - Leningrad Kirov Ballet, circa 1960s
28 Circle In The Square at Ford's Theatre - "Max Morath At The Turn of the Century," January 1970
29 Shady Grove Music Fair - "W.C." Featuring Mickey Rooney and Bernadette Peters, 1971
30 George Washington University - Sponsored - National Ballet, January 8, 1971
31 Kennedy Center Concert Hall - New Orleans Jazz and Ragtime Festival, November 7, 1971
32 Olney Theatre - "Tartuffe," July 11, 1972
33 Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts - "The King and I," July 20, 1972
34 Accent Dinner Theatre - "Born Yesterday," August 1972
35 Shady Grove Music Fair - "The Peggy Fleming Show - A Concert on Ice" , 1973
36 John F. Kennedy (JFK) Center for the Performing Arts - "A Moon for the Misbegotten," 1973
37 Hayloft Dinner Theatre - "Play It Again Sam," January 4, 1973
38 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Emperor Henry IV," Featuring Rex Harrison, March 1973
39 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Sammy Davis Jr. Show, June 4, 1973
40 Olney Theatre - "Da," August 7, 1973
41 Shady Grove Music Fair - "No No Nanette," Featuring Ruby Keeler and Cyril Ritchard, 1974
42 National Theatre - "Godspell," 1974
43 National Theatre - "Noel Coward - In Two Keys," Featuring Anne Baxter, Hume Cronyn, and Jessica Tandy, 1974
44 Shady Grove Music Theatre - Bette Midler in Concert, 1974
45 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Seesaw," July 1974
46 Eisenhower Theatre - "Summer," August 1974
47 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - City Center Joffrey Ballet, November 1974
48 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "In Praise of Love," Featuring Rex Harrison and Julie Harris, November 1974
Box Folder
5 1 Shady Grove Music Theatre - Rich Little and Patti Page, 1975
2 Shady Grove Music Theatre - Paul Lynde, 1975
3 Ford's Theatre - "Gabrielle," January 1975
4 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Misanthrope," February 1975
5 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "An Evening with Margot Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev, Paolo Borotluzzi," July 1975
6 National Theatre - "Bubbling Brown Sugar," August 1975
7 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Treemonisha," September 1975
8 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Royal Family," Featuring Rosemary Harris, Sam Levene, November 1975
9 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Pacific Overtures, December 1975
10 National Theatre - "Bubbling Brown Sugar," February 1976
11 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - New York City Ballet, February 1976
12 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Royal Danish Ballet, May 1976
13 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Shirley MacLaine, 1977
14 Shady Grove Music Theatre - "Me and Bessie," 1977
15 Shady Grove Music Theatre - "A Little Night Music," featuring Jean Simmons and Hermione Gingold, 1977
16 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Annie," March 1977
17 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - New York City Ballet - George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, Ballet Masters - Featuring Jacques d'Amboise, March 1977
18 Metropolitan Opera - "Il Trovatore," June 1977
19 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Porgy and Bess," July 1977
20 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Pippin," August 1977
21 National Theatre - "Appearing Nitely," Featuring Lily Tomlin, August 1977
22 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "A Chorus Line," September 1977
23 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Soviet Georgian Dancers with Tbilisi Polyphonic Choir, November 22, 1977
24 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Comedy with Music," Featuring Victor Borge, November 28, 1977
25 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Semmelweiss," Featuring Colin Blakely and Patricia Routledge, 1978
26 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Timbuktu," Featuring Eartha Kitt, January 1978
27 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "First Monday in October," Featuring Henry Fonda and Jane Alexander, February 1978
28 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Dracula," Featuring Raul Julia, Designed by Edward Gorey, June 1978
29 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Oh, Kay!," August 1978
30 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney," Featuring Deborah Kerr, September 1978
31 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Platinum," October 1978
32 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "On Golden Pond," January 1979
33 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Gin Game," Featuring Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn, April 1979
34 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Feld Ballet, December 29, 1979
35 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Do You Turn Somersaults?" Featuring Mary Martin and Anthony Quayle, circa 1970s
36 Olney Theatre - "That Championship Season," circa 1970s
37 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Royal Family," circa 1970s
38 Ford's Theatre - The American Dance Machine, 1980
39 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Evolution of the Blues," May 1980
40 Wolf Trap - Cleo Laine and John Dankworth, July 8, 1980
41 The Broadway Theatre - "Evita," Featuring Patti LuPone, Mandy Patinkin, Bob Gunton, September 1980
42 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - New York City Ballet - George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, Ballet Masters - Featuring Jacques d'Amboise, October 1980
43 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Mixed Couples," Featuring Julie Harris, Geraldine Page, Rip Torn, November 1980
44 Capital Center - World Professional Figure Skating Championship, December 15, 1980
45 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Dance Theatre of Harlem, February 1981
46 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Winslow Boy," May 1981
47 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Barnum," June 4, 1981
48 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The West Side Waltz," Featuring Katharine Hepburn and Dorothy Loudon, March 1982
49 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Medea," April 1982
50 The Source Theatre - "Bent," 1983
51 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - American Ballet Theatre - Featuring Mikhail Baryshnikov, January 1983
52 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "American Buffalo," Featuring Al Pacino, September 1983
53 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Agnes of God," December 1983
54 Ford's Theatre - "Mass Appeal," Featuring Milo O'Shea and Adam Redfield, 1984
55 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Woman of the Year," Featuring Lauren Bacall, January 1984
56 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Washington Opera, January 1984
57 New Playwrights Theatre - "Secret Honor - The Last Testament of Richard M. Nixon," January 8, 1984
58 Hexagon - "Capitol Follies," March 8, 1984
59 Apollo Victoria Theatre - "Starlight Express," Mach 27, 1984
60 New Playwrights Theatre - "Spalding Gray," April 16, 1984
61 Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre - An Evening of Dance, May 26, 1984
62 National Theatre - "Cats," Featuring Charlotte d'Amboise, June 1984
63 Warner Theatre - Lena Horne - The Lady and Her Music, June 12, 1984
64 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Master Class," September 1984
65 Warner Theatre - "Torch Song Trilogy," Featuring Estelle Getty, September 18, 1984
66 Warner Theatre - "Sugar Babies," Featuring Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller, November 7, 1984
Box Folder
6 1 Horizons - "Automatic Pilot," 1985
2 Steve Silver - "Makin' Whoopee!," 1985
3 Horizons - "Orgasmo Adulto Escapes from the Zoo," February 1985
4 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "My One and Only," Featuring Sandy Duncan and Tommy Tune, March 1985
5 The Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger - "The Miser," April 8, 1985
6 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The John Curry Skaters, August 1985
7 National Theatre - "La Cage Aux Folles," September 1985
8 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Liza in Concert - Featuring Liza Minnelli, September 14, 1985
9 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - American Ballroom Theatre, October 24, 1985
10 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Lillian," Featuring Zoe Caldwell, December 1985
11 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Aren't We All?" Featuring Rex Harrison and Claudette Colbert, December 1985
12 Horizons - "Marathons '33," 1986
13 Warner Theatre - "Tango Argentino," 1986
14 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Acting Company," May 1986
15 The Studio Theatre - "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," May 14, 1986
16 Prince Edward Theatre - "Chess," July 1986
17 The Apollo - "I'm Not Rappaport," July 1986
18 The Mount Vernon Players - "Twelfth Night or What You Will," August 8, 1986
19 National Theatre - "Broadway Bound," Featuring Jason Alexander, October 1986
20 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "A Raisin in the Sun," November 1986
21 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Perfect Party," January 1987
22 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Les Miserables," Featuring Colm Wilkinson and Terrence Mann, January 1987
23 New Playwrights Theatre - "Eleanora Duse," January 10, 1987
24 National Theatre - "Ian McKellen - Acting Shakespeare," March 1987
25 National Theatre - "I'm Not Rappaport," April 1987
26 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Joffrey Ballet, April 1987
27 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Festival On Ice, May 1987
28 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "I Never Sang For My Father," September 1987
29 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Breaking the Code," Derek Jacobi, Jenny Agutter, October 1987
30 New Playwrights' Theatre - "The Night Hank Williams Died," January 1988
31 London Palladium - "Ziegfeld," April 1988
32 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Washington Ballet, May 1988
33 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Washington, Front and Center!, September 26, 1988
34 Lisner Auditorium - The Washington Ballet, October 27, 1988
35 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Barbara Cook, December 1988
36 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Shear Madness," December 1988
37 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Steel Magnolias," March 1989
38 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Sophisticated Ladies," April 1989
39 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Speed-the-Plow," Featuring Bob Balaban, Felicity Huffman, May 1989
40 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Washington Ballet, May 13, 1989
41 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Into The Woods," June 1989
42 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Road to Mecca," Featuring Kathy Bates, August 1989
43 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Two for the Show," Featuring Donald O'Connor and Mickey Rooney, August 1989
44 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Gypsy," September 1989
45 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Cocktail Hour," September 1989
46 National Theatre - "Rumors," November 1989
47 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Annie 2," December 1989
Box Folder
7 1 What's Past is Prologue, circa 1980s
2 Ford's Theatre - "The Foreigner," circa 1980s
3 American Playwrights Theatre - "Bricktop," circa 1980s
4 Ford's Theatre - "1000 Years of Jazz," circa 1980s
5 Duke of York's Theatre - "How The Other Half Lives," circa 1980s
6 Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre - "George M!," circa 1980s
7 The Harlequin Dinner Theatre - "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?," circa 1980s
8 Pro Femina Theatre - "Marking Time," circa 1980s
9 New Playwrights' Theatre - Brendan Behan, circa 1980s
10 Ford's Theatre - "Elmer Gantry" , circa 1980s
11 Ford's Theatre - "Words and Music," circa 1980s
12 Warner Theatre - "The Tap Dance Kid," circa 1980s
13 Olney Theatre - "The Foreigner," circa 1980s
14 The Church Street Theatre - "Fixin' to Die: A Visit to the Mind of Lee Atwater," circa 1980s
15 National Theatre - "Bob Fosse's Dancin'," circa 1980s
16 Moiseyev Dance Company, circa 1980s
17 Warner Theatre - "Ain't Misbehavin'," circa 1980s
18 Ford's Theatre - Michael Feinstein in Concert, circa 1980s
19 American Playwrights Theatre - "The Golden Shadows - Old West Museum," circa 1980s
20 The Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," 1990
21 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Ballet National de Marseille Roland Petit, January 1990
22 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "A Tuna Christmas," January 1990
23 Plymouth Theatre - "The Heidi Chronicles," Featuring Brooke Adams, Tony Shalhoub, David Hyde Pierce, January 1990
24 Majestic Theatre - "The Phantom of the Opera," January 1990
25 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Dance Theatre of Harlem, March 1990
26 Broadhurst Theatre - "Aspects of Love," June 1990
27 Ethel Barrymore Theatre - "Lettice and Lovage," Featuring Maggie Smith, June 1990
28 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Shogun," September 29, 1990
29 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Abbey," October 1990
30 Morris A. Mechanic Theatre - "Tru," Featuring Robert Morse, October 1990
31 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Lend Me A Tenor," November 1990
32 Lisner Auditorium - Peter Allen, November 16, 1990
33 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Amahl and the Night Visitors," December 1990
34 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Grand Hotel," December 1990
35 Cirque du Soleil, 1991
36 Round House Theatre - "Odd Jobs," January 23, 1991
37 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - American Ballroom Theatre, February 5, 1991
38 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Lucifer's Child," Featuring Julie Harris, March 1991
39 The Broadway Theatre - "Miss Saigon," Featuring Lea Salonga and Jonathan Pryce, July 1991
40 Palace Theatre - "The Will Rogers Follies - A Life in Revue," July 1991
41 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Mandy Patinkin in Concert: Dress Casual, September 1991
42 Studio Theatre - "When I Was A Girl I Used to Scream and Shout," September 11, 1991
43 French Embassy Auditorium - American Chamber Orchestra, October 7, 1991
44 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - American Chamber Orchestra, December 1991
45 District Curators, Inc. - "Monster in a Box," December 10, 1991
46 National Theatre - "Crazy For You," January 1992
47 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Solitary Confinement," Featuring Stacy Keach, February 28, 1992
48 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Dawn Upshaw and Margo Garrett, March 1992
49 Morris A. Mechanic Theatre - "Lost in Yonkers," March 1992
50 Neil Simon Theatre - "Jake's Women," Featuring Alan Alda, April 1992
51 The Shakespeare Theatre - "Mother Courage and Her Children," April 1992
52 Royal Theatre - "Conversations With My Father," Featuring Judd Hirsch, Tony Shalhoub, David Margulies, Jason Biggs, April 1992
53 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Buddy," May 1992
54 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - National Symphony Orchestra, November 1992
55 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Secret Garden," December 1992
59 National Theatre - "A Tuna Christmas," December 1992
60 Virginia Theatre - "Jelly's Last Jam," Featuring Gregory Hines, December 1992
Box Folder
8 1 The Shakespeare Theatre - "Romeo and Juliet," 1993
2 National Theatre - "Six Degrees of Separation," Featuring Marlo Thomas, April 1995
3 The JFK Center for the Performing Arts - All Star Tap Revue, May 1993
4 Interact Theatre Co. - "Shirley Valentine," May 14, 1993
5 Marquis Theatre - "The Goodbye Girl," Featuring Bernadette Peters and Martin Short, June 1993
6 Ethel Barrymore Theatre - "The Sisters Rosenweig," Featuring Jane Alexander, Madeline Kahn, June 1993
7 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Twilight of the Golds," Featuring Jennifer Grey, July 1993
8 Morris A. Mechanic Theatre - "The Madness of George III" Featuring Nigel Hawthorne, October 1993
9 Radio City Music Hall - Christmas Spectacular, December 1993
10 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - An Evening of Song with Barbara Cook, December 14, 1993
11 The Shakespeare Theatre - "The Doctor's Dilemma," 1994
12 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Washington Opera, January 1994
13 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Jackie Mason: Politically Incorrect, March 1994
14 Freedom Stage - "The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me," July 28, 1994
15 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Some of My Best Friends Are the Blues," October 1994
16 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Festival Australia, October 1994
17 Minskoff Theatre - "Sunset Blvd." Featuring Glenn Close, November 1994
18 Gershwin Theatre - "Show Boat," Featuring Elaine Stritch, Lonette McKee, November 1994
19 The London Palladium - "Oliver!," December 8, 1994
20 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Performance Plus, 1994
21 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - The Washington Opera, February 1995
22 The Studio Theatre - "Rhinoceros," March 8, 1995
23 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Angels in America," May 1995
24 The Studio Theatre - "Bessie's Blues," May 3, 1995
25 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Angels in America," June 1995
26 Folger Elizabethan Theatre - "The Merchant of Venice," June 3, 1995
27 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "Wanted," June 12, 1995
28 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Master Class," Featuring Zoe Caldwell, September 1995
29 Metro Stage - "Me and Jezebel," September 7, 1995
30 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Suzanne Farrell Stages Balanchine, October 17, 1995
31 Smithsonian Institution - Omagari Taiko Dojo, November 1995
32 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "Rush Limbaugh in Night School," November 6, 1995
33 The Studio Theatre - "Three Sisters," November 8, 1995
34 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Three Tall Women," November 1995
35 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Luisa Miller, November 1995
36 Cort Theatre - "The Heiress," Featuring Cherry Jones, November 1995
37 Oregon Shakespeare Festival - "Arcadia," "Moliere Plays Paris," "The Winter's Tale," "Awake and Sing!" "Strindberg in Hollywood," and "A Pair of Threes," 1996
38 Club Fugazi - "Beach Blanket Babylon," 1996
39 The Shakespeare Theatre - "Volpone," 1996
40 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "The Obituary Bowl," January 29, 1996
41 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "My Heart Belongs to Tap," February 1996
42 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "An Evening With Spalding Gray," February 7, 1996
43 The Studio Theatre - "Talking Heads," March 6, 1996
44 Curran Theatre - "The Phantom of the Opera," Featuring Franc D'Ambrosio, April 1996
45 Warner Theatre - Forever Tango, April 16, 1996
46 Signature Theatre - "Passion," April 24, 1996
47 The Studio Theatre - "Suburbia," May 1, 1996
48 The Smithsonian Associates - National Tap Dance Day, May 22, 1996
49 Dupont Productions, LP - "Party," May 31, 1996
Box Folder
9 1 Woolly Mammorth Theatre Co. - "The Gigli Concert," June 3, 1996
2 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Shear Madness," July 1996
3 Signature Theatre - "The Rink," August 21, 1996
4 Mount Vernon College - A Performance Cabaret, September 10, 1996
5 Wyndham's Theatre - "ART," October 4, 1996
6 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Mrs. Klen," October 1996
7 The Guise Theatre - "The Only Thing Worse You Could Have Told Me...," November 1996
8 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "A Huey P. Newton Story," November 8, 1996
9 Richard Rodgers Theatre - "Chicago," Featuring Joel Grey, December 1996
10 The Studio Theatre - "The Cryptogram," December 11, 1996
11 Nederlander Theatre - "Rent," Featuring Taye Diggs, Idina Menzel, Anthony Rapp, December 1996
12 Wolf Trap - Riverdance, 1997
13 Statni Opera - "Eugene Onegin," 1997
14 Washington Stage Guild - "Murder in the Cathedral," January 1, 1997
15 Morris A. Mechanic Theatre - "Barrymore," Featuring Christopher Plummer, February 1997
16 Warner Theatre - "Blood On the Fields," February 5, 1997
17 Palais Auersperg Konzerte (Concerts) , March 3, 1997
18 The Studio Theatre - "Sylvia," March 12, 1997
19 U.S. Navy Memorial Theatre - "Love Notes," April 14, 1997
20 The Old Vat Theatre - "The Old Bull and Bush," April 23, 1997
21 The Studio Theatre - "Love! Valor! Compassion!," April 30, 1997
22 The Shakespeare Theatre - "Sweet Bird of Youth," May 26, 1997
23 The Little Theatre of Alexandria - "Crazy For You," July 18, 1997
24 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "Brimstone and Treacle," October 27, 1997
25 Adelphi Theatre - "Chicago," November 18, 1997
26 The Studio Theatre - "Miss Margarida's Way," December 17, 1997
27 Ryman Auditorium - "Always...Patsy Cline," 1998
28 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "The Gene Pool," January 12, 1998
29 Warner Theatre - "Defending the Caveman," March 1998
30 The National Theatre - "Ragtime," April 1998
31 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - America Dancing, April 1998
32 George Mason University Concert Hall for the Arts - Universal Ballet with Korea's Prime Philharmonic, April 11, 1998
33 Cort Theatre - "Freak" - John Leguizamo, May 1998
34 St. James Theatre - "High Society," May 1998
35 Signature Theatre - "You're Gonna Love Tomorrow," May 26, 1998
36 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Krapp's Last Tape," June 1998
37 The Interact Theatre Co. - "Great Expectations," August 5, 1998
38 The Shakespeare Theatre - "A Woman of No Importance," September 1, 1998
39 Arts Club of Washington - "The Telephone," November 20, 1998
40 The Studio Theatre - "The Vagina Monologues," November 28, 1998
Box Folder
10 1 Wolf Trap - Kathy Mattea and Collin Raye, 1999
2 Houston Gran Opera - "Aida," 1999
3 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Annie Get Your Gun," Featuring Bernadette Peters, January 1999
4 John Golden Theatre - "Side Man," Featuring Edie Falco, Christina Slater, March 1999
5 The Studio Theatre - "The Beauty Queen of Leenane," March 10, 1999
6 Ford's Theatre - "Eleanor: An American Love Story," March 10, 1999
7 Theatre Royal Haymarket - "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," Featuring Marsha Mason and Richard Dreyfuss, March 22, 1999
8 Folger Theatre - "The Dresser," April 2, 1999
9 The In Series - A Noel and Cole Cabaret, April 16, 1999
10 Gate Theatre - "Artistocrats," May 4, 1999
11 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Red White and Tuna," June 1999
12 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Titanic," July 1999
13 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Whiteheaded Boy," September 1999
14 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "The Dead Monkey," October 1999
15 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Masters of 20th Century Ballet, October 21, 1999
16 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Martin Guerre," December 1999
17 Ford's Theatre - Barbara Cook - A Broadway Evening, circa 1990s
18 The Church Street Theatre - An Evening with Quentin Crisp, circa 1990s
19 Ford's Theatre - "Balletap USA," circa 1990s
20 Ford's Theatre - "The Foreigner," circa 1990s
21 American Playwrights Theatre - "Briktop," circa 1990s
22 GW's Lisner Auditorium - Ute Lemper in Concert, circa 1990s
23 The Washington Stage Guild - "Anatol," circa 1990s
24 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Edward Albee, circa 1990s
25 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Mandy Patinkin In Concert, circa 1990s
26 The Studio Theatre - "Laughing Wild," circa 1990s
27 Casa Blanca de Buenos Aires - "Los Mejores," circa 1990s
28 Round House Theatre - "Tintypes," circa 1990s
29 "A Tuna Christmas," circa 1990s
30 Washington Shakespeare Company - "The Importance of Being Oscar," circa 1990s
31 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Wit," Featuring Judith Light, February 29, 2000
32 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Houston Ballet, Featuring Carlos Acosta, March 2000
33 The Studio Theatre - "Betty's Summer Vacation," March 7, 2000
34 Warner Theatre - Foot Notes - The Concert, March 25, 2000
35 The Booth Theatre - "Dame Edna," June 2000
36 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Dinner Party," Featuring Henry Winkler, July 2000
37 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Balanchine Celebration, September 2000
38 True Note Productions - "From The Heart," September 30, 2000
39 GW'S Lisner Auditorium - Ute Lemper, October 14, 2000
40 National Theatre - "Fosse," December 2000
41 The Playwrights Forum - An Evening of Original Holiday Songs, December 11, 2000
Box Folder
11 1 Theatre J - DCJCC - 2001-2002 Schedule, circa 2001
2 Ethel Barrymore Theatre - "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," January 2001
3 Ford's Theatre - "Fully Committed', February 2001
4 The Studio Theatre - "The Invention of Love," March 28, 2001
5 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Mill on the Floss," May 16, 2001
6 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Lulu," Featuring Anna Friel, June 16, 2001
7 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Kiss Me, Kate," July 3, 2001
8 Phoenix Productions - "Late Night Catechism," July 10, 2001
9 Theatre J - DCJCC - "The People's Violin," November 1, 2001
10 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Dirty Blonde," December 12, 2001
11 The Santa Fe Opera Schedule , 2002
12 Signature Theatre - "The Gospel According to Fisher," January 8, 2002
13 National Theatre - "Contact," February 2002
14 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Copenhagen," February 26, 2002
15 Hexagon - "It's A Grand Old Gag," February 28, 2002
16 Neil Simon Theatre - Elaine Stritch - At Liberty, March 2002
17 The Studio Theatre - "Prometheus," March 20, 2002
18 National Theatre - "Mamma Mia!," April 2002
19 Theatre J - DCJCC - "Born Guilty," May 19, 2002
20 The Mead Theatre - "Lypsinka!," June 14, 2002
21 The Santa Fe Opera Schedule , 2003
22 Signature Theatre - "The Christmas Carol Rag," November 12, 2002
23 National Theatre - "Dame Edna," January 2003
24 Theatre J - DCJCC - "The Last Seder," January 8, 2003
25 The Shakespeare Theatre - "The Silent Woman," January 21, 2003
26 Signature Theatre - "Follies," April 1, 2003
27 The Catholic University of America - "Radium Girls," April 9, 2003
28 Theatre J - DCJCC - "The Mad Dancers," April 29, 2003
29 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Barbara Cook In Concert, June 2003
30 The Studio Theatre - "Lackawanna Blues," June 6, 2003
31 Theatre J - DCJCC - "Talley's Folly," June 18, 2003
32 Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. - "The Mineola Twins," August 25, 2003
33 Olney Theatre - "Piaf," October 7, 2003
34 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Bounce," October 21, 2003
35 The Washington Opera - "Die Walkure," Featuring Placido Domingo, November 5, 2003
36 Broadhurst Theatre - "Never Gonna Dance," December 2003
37 Radio City Music Hall - Christmas Spectacular, circa December 2003
38 Al Hirschfeld Theatre - "Wonderful Town," Featuring Donna Murphy and Jennifer Westfeldt, December 2003
Box Folder
12 1 Corcoran Gallery of Art - The Harlem Connection, February 3, 2004
2 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "A Distant Country Called Youth," June 11, 2004
3 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "The Producers," July 2004
4 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Billy Budd," October 2004
5 Performing Arts Center - Montgomery College - Mickey Rooney - "The One Man One Wife Show with Jan Rooney," October 23, 2004
6 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Jackie Mason, November 16, 2004
7 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - "Thoroughly Modern Millie," December 7, 2004
8 Theatre J - DCJCC (DC Jewish Community Center) - "The Tattooed Girl," January 11, 2005
9 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - National Acrobats of Taiwan, March 2005
10 Broadhurst Theatre - "700 Sundays" - Billy Crystal, April 2005
11 Pan American Symphony Orchestra - "Todo Tango IV," April 9, 2005
12 The Studio Theatre - "Take Me Out," May 18, 2005
13 Theatre J - DCJCC - "Central Park West/Riverside Drive," June 25, 2005
14 Theatre J - DCJCC - "The Disputation," August 31, 2005
15 Pan American Symphony Orchestra - "Tango Apiazzollado," September 17, 2005
16 Residence of H.E. Eva Nowotny, Josef Mayr and Ingrid Wagner-Kraft, September 21, 2005
17 National Building Museum - Presentation of the Vincent Scully Prize to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, November 3, 2005
18 The Studio Theatre - "Fat Pig," January 4, 2006
19 Washington Stage Guild - "An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf," January 5, 2006
20 National Theatre - "Dame Edna Back With A Vengeance," March 2006
21 The Studio Theatre - "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," March 8, 2006
22 Theatre J - DCJCC - "Bal Masque," April 5, 2006
23 Pan American Symphony Orchestra - "Tango Tonight," April 29, 2006
24 Metro Stage - "Ellington: The Life of Music of The Duke," July 14, 2006
25 Pan American Symphony Orchestra - Tango Festival, September 14, 2006
26 National Theatre - "Legends!" Featuring Joan Collins and Linda Evans, November 2006
27 Arena Stage - "She Loves Me," November 17, 2006
28 Metro Stage - "Bricktop," January 17, 2007
29 Walter Kerr Theatre - "Grey Gardens," Featuring Christine Ebersole, February 2007
30 National Theatre - "Doubt," Featuring Cherry Jones, March 2007
31 Theatre J - DCJCC - "Family Secrets," March 7, 2007
32 JFK Center for the Performing Arts - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis , March 13, 2007
33 Metro Stage - "The Musical of Musicals," April 17, 2007
34 Pan American Symphony Orchestra - "Antologia del Tango," May 5, 2007
35 Signature Theatre "The Witches of Eastwick," June 5, 2007
36 Wolf Trap - Randy Travis, July 27, 2007
37 The Studio Theatre - "Red Light Winter," September 6, 2006
38 The Hill Playhouse - "Porches," circa 2000s
39 The Capitol Steps - "Who Put the Mock in Democracy?," circa 2000s
40 Lisner Auditorium - "Viva El Tango," circa 2000s
41 "A Tuna Christmas," circa 2000s
42 Stage Magazine - "Forever Tango," circa 2000s
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