Monthly arts newsletter.
Resource material relating to Gurvin's work as assistant cultural affairs officer at the U.S. Information Agency. Includes Federal reports and publications by private organizations regarding cultural and educational funding and support abroad.
Playbills and performing arts programs collected by Valerie and Kenneth S. Lynn. Primarily from New York and Washington, D.C., especially Kennedy Center.
The Donn B. Murphy Papers contain correspondence, scripts, articles, photographs, and other material relating to the career of Donn B. Murphy as teacher and director of dramatic theater at Georgetown University, primarily, with some material relating to work as director of the National Theater, Washington, D.C.
One color photo of cast members from the Nomadic Theatre's production of "Lend Me a Tenor" posing together, one of whom is in blackface. A statement from Joseph Ravago, Nomadic Theatre's Executive Producer, on the photo and the use of blackface in the production is included.
Contains a scrapbook for the 1963 production of Bonaparte! (Calliope IV). The scrapbook includes a program, fliers for the production and for tryouts, cast lists, seating charts, publicity and production photographs, press releases, and hand-written thank you notes to Donn Murphy from students. Also includes 6 black and white photographs from the Stalag 17 production in 1955.
Carbon copies of letters from Powell to Cleve McElroy, Bill Ryan, and Carl Schmidt. Included is typed manuscript for an unpublished novel by Powell, entitled, "The Dennings."