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Collection contains meeting minutes, photographs, publicity materials, programs, a script and production notes.
Collection contains costume designs from Guthrie Theater productions in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Collection contains advertising, correspondence, financial documents, oral histories, class materials and program materials.
The collection contains programs, photographs, scrapbook materials, publications, clippings, and correspondence about Frank Danz, Jr, first concertmaster of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and director of the Danz Band and Danz Orchestra. There is a small amount of material about Frank J. Danz (his son), from whom the collection was received.
Collection contains David Bernstein's scripts, programs, photos, and posters from The Ann Arbor Medieval Festival (bulk), the Attic Theatre in Detroit, and the Performance Network in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Memorabilia and production materials from the career of a local actor/stage manager, Louis J. Rader, who adopted the stage name David Marlowe.
Collection contains musical scores, notes, music books, scripts and flyers.
Collection contains designs and models from ballets and theater productions, as well as publications, photographs, correspondence, clippings, and other ephemera.
The collection includes correspondence, scores, manuscripts, signed photographs, audio recordings (open reel and audio cassette) and other ephemera created and collected by composer Dominick Argento.
Donald Fogelberg - The Impact of the Architecture of the Tyrone Guthrie Theater on the Process of Play Production dissertation and research
Collection contains doctoral dissertation, supporting photos and audio interviews.
The collection includes photographs of famous performers autographed to Dorothy and a scrapbook compiled for her retirement.
The collection contains photographs from guest artists and people associated with the Minnesota Orchestra.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Dudley Riggs and the business records of the Brave New Workshop, a sketch and improvisational comedy theater based in Minneapolis that was founded by Dudley Riggs.
Collection of materials related to the life of bass clarinetist Earl Handlon, who performed with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (now Minnesota Orchestra) from 1926-1959.
Collection includes playbills, photographs, prompt books, news releases, correspondence, and clippings related to the Eastside Theatre productions.
Collection includes original scores and recordings, as well as scrapbooks, photographs, press clippings, and other family historical materials.
The collection includes historic documents from the Orchestra; books, pamphlets, clippings; photographs of conductors autographed to the Carpenters; letters and telegrams.
Collection contains the papers of Ella Richards, a piano teacher in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The collection contains the professional correspondence, programs, program notes, recordings, composition materials and scores of composer Eric Stokes.
Eugene Lion's personal and professional records. The boxes are currently unprocessed. The collection has an inventory and is accessible to the public.
The collection contains production, administrative, financial and development records.
Collection contains posters, programs, clippings and publications of the Firehouse Theatre.
Collection includes movie stills and various promotional materials for movies distributed between 1942 and 1969.
The collection includes correspondence and drafts of Frederick Gaines’ plays.
Collection contains correspondence, diaries, clippings, certificates and diplomas, copies of 72 plays directed by Hilgendorf, phonograph recordings and photos.
Collection contains minutes, correspondence, legal documents, working papers, clippings, programs, financial reports, production material, newsletters, committee reports, a scrapbook, posters and personnel cards relating to the Fridley Footlighters.
Collection contains administrative records, press and publicity for events and programs, and a small collection of A/V materials.
Collection contains agendas, minutes, by-laws, committee assignments and reports, clippings and financial records.
Collection contains score manuscripts, published scores, proofs, correspondence, programs, and clippings. Also includes scrapbooks, books, journals, photographs, business records, personal financial records, legal documents, CDs, LPs, open-reel tapes, cassette tapes, and memorabilia.
- Collecting Area: Performing Arts Archives X
- Correspondence 27
- Theater 23
- Photographs 19
- Music -- Minnesota 18
- Audio-visual materials 15
- Theater -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis 15
- Theater -- Minnesota 14
- Theater programs 14
- Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 13
- Scrapbook. 12
- Dance companies -- Minnesota 11
- Minnesota Orchestra 9
- Symphony (Minneapolis, Minn.) 9
- Theater -- Management 9
- Theater -- Production and direction 9
- Audio Recordings 8
- University of Minnesota 7
- Costume design 6
- Dance -- United States 6
- Performing arts 6 + ∧ less
- English 200
- German 1
- Multiple languages 1
- Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 27
- Minnesota Orchestra 23
- Mitropoulos, Dimitri, 1896-1960 6
- Cisek, Richard M. 5
- Engle, Donald L. 5
- Children's Theatre Company (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
- Dorati, Antal 3
- Guthrie Theater 3
- Marriner, Neville 3
- Minnesota Dance Theatre 3
- Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985 3
- Skrowaczewski, Stanisław, 1923-2017 3
- Sokoloff, Boris, 1912-1995 3
- Verbrugghen, Henri 3
- Berlovitz, Barbra 2
- Carpenter, Nicky B. 2
- Dayton, Kenneth N. (Kenneth Nelson), 1922-2003 2
- Feldman, Mary Ann 2
- Fullmer, Charles 2
- Houlton, Loyce 2 + ∧ less