Vitalis Zukauskas papers
Papers (1949-1969) of Vitalis Zukauskas, a Lithuanian American dramatist and author of the History of Lithuanian Theater from 1574 to 1864 include programs; announcements; bulletins; and miscellany on Lithuan American cultural activities.
- Zukauskas, Vitalis. (Person)
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Vitalis Zukauskas was born in Lithuania and came to the United States after World War II. In 1951, he organized the Lithuanian Community Players in Brooklyn, New York. A dramatist and author, he also performed as a comedian in a topical one-man show called the Theater of One; the show was staged for Lithuanian audiences in Canada, Australian, and the United States.
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- Ethnic theater -- New York. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Lithuanian American theater. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Lithuanian Community Players (Brooklyn, N.Y.).
- Zukauskas, Vitalis.
- Inventory of the Vitalis Zukauskas papers.
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