Chimera Theatre records
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The collection contains clippings, announcements, circulars, class listings, workshop and audition announcements, letters to season ticket holders, posters and programs pertaining to the Chimera Theatre.
- Chimera Theatre (Organization)
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The Chimera Theatre Company succeeded the Eastside Theater in 1970 as a community theater of St. Paul. It was founded by James D. Borland Jr. and Scott McCoy, both of whom worked for the Eastside Theater. The company's first plays were held during the summer of 1970 at the Saint Paul Academy auditorium. The theater offered teacher and student workshops annually for the local community. The company ended production in 1987.
1 box (.3 cubic feet)
Collection contains posters, programs, workshop and audition announcements, letters and clippings.
Donated by the Chimera Theatre.
- Borland, James D., Jr.
- Chimera Theatre
- McCoy, Scott
- Theater -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Chimera Theatre records
- Karen Spilman
- January 2005
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