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Theater

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Duke Ellington School of the Arts collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS2329
Abstract The Duke Ellington School of the Arts was established in 1974 and remains the only D.C. public high school to offer a dual curriculum encompassing professional arts training and academic enrichment, in preparation for college and careers in the arts. This collection consists of material related to the Duke Ellington School of the Arts including scripts, syllabi, administrative files, correspondence, photographs, slides, audio, and video cassettes. It also includes material related to black...
Dates: 1966-2014

Horizons Theater Company records

 Collection
Identifier: MS2371
Overview Horizons: Theater from a Woman’s Perspective was an award-winning theater that operated in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area from 1977-2007. This collection contains material relating to the operations of Horizons, as well as its previous iteration, the Pro Femina Theater. The material dates from circa 1972–2015, with the bulk of materials dating from 1980–1989.
Dates: 1972-2015; Majority of material found within 1980-1989

Julia Dorn Heflin papers

 Collection
Identifier: MVC0059-MS
Overview The Julia Dorn Heflin papers consist of material relating to her career at Mount Vernon College and her external work in the theater arts community of Washington, DC. Heflin was Director of the Drama and Speech department at Mount Vernon College and as faculty advisor to the popular "Prep Players" and "Curtain Callers" student theater groups. This collection consists of Heflin's personal and professional correspondence, performance programs and scripts, clippings, material relating to...
Dates: 1919-1990; Majority of material found within 1950 - 1970

Marvin Center Administrative Office records

 Collection
Identifier: RG0052
Abstract The Marvin Center is The George Washington University's campus community center. This collection contains flyers, meeting minutes, brochures, buttons, newspaper clippings, correspondence, forms, memorandums, proposals, invitations, programs, post cards, newsletters, reports, a faculty planner, order forms, catalogs, booklist, invitations, flyers, schedules, mugs and cups.
Dates: 1948-2004

Theatre and Dance Department records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RG0084
Abstract This collection contains the records of the Theatre and Dance Department at George Washington University. The Dance arm of the Department began as part of the Physical Education Department in 1926, and was later part of the Department of Human Kinetics and Leisure Studies from 1974 until 1987, when it joined with the Department of Speech and Drama to form the Theatre and Dance Department. Materials in this collection include brochures, programs, posters, flyers, articles, photographs,...
Dates: 1936-2011

Vice President for Information and Administration Services records

 Collection
Identifier: RG0021
Abstract Materials in this collection include correspondence, manuscripts, article, and brochures. They range in date from 1945-98, and were transferred to the University Archives by the Vice President for Information and Administration Services.
Dates: 1945-1998

Washington Theater Club playbill collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS2262
Overview This collection containes Washington Theater Club playbills dating from 1965-1971.
Dates: 1965-1971

Washington Theater Club records

 Collection
Identifier: MS2061
Abstract Collection contains correspondence, scripts, resumes, programs, administrative records, financial documents, photographs, art work, and audio cassettes from the Washington Theater Club, which was formed in 1957 to fill a perceived cultural void; to present good drama, away from Broadway; to speak out in plays of consequence; to present new ideas, new forms, and quality theater, which could be enjoyed and performed without racial barriers.. The materials date from 1952-83.
Dates: 1952-1983