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Plays (performed works)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Dramatic compositions, arranged for enactment, as by actors on a stage.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Panama Hattie Collection

Identifier: GTM-171129
Scope and Contents Note

The Panama Hattie Collection contains a screenplay for the film "Panama Hattie" and a typescript of the play by that same name. The music and lyrics to Panama Hattie were authored by Cole Porter; the book was authored by Herbert Fields and B.G. De Sylva.

Dated July 10, 1941, the screenplay was actor Dan Dailey's personal copy. The screenplay is 117 pages long. Deriving from State Fair Musicals in 1954, the typescript includes several pencil sketches among the pages.

Dates: 1941 - 1954

The Pirate Playscript

 File — Box GTM Shared Box 16: [Barcode: 39020030723756], Folder: 3
Identifier: GTM-20180414
Scope and Contents

One playscript copy of Cole Porter's "The Pirate," produced posthumously by the Cole Porter Trusts around 1968. The script includes songs that were omitted from the 1948 film.

Dates: circa 1968

Leonard Reed Collection

Identifier: GTM-850101a
Scope and Contents note The Leonard Reed Collection consists of 11 typescripts of various plays and musicals, a book of play synopses, and related materials. These items are contained in 12 folders and arranged in two boxes.The Collection is largely a group of mimeograph typescripts which were in the possession of Joseph Kaye (1898 - 1975). Kaye, a native of the Ukraine and educated in Glasgow, Scotland, was the New York correspondent for The Kansas City Star for more than forty years beginning in the...
Dates: 1925 - 1956