Theater -- Minnesota
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains 9 video recordings of Theatre de la Jeune Lune and Berlovitz and Serrand performances.
This collection is comprised of materials from the Bedlam Theatre which consist of production files, administrative files, project files, personnel files, clippings, scrapbooks, publicity, restaurant files, awards, A/V materials, etc. These materials are unprocessed.
Collection consists of Guthrie Theater posters, programs, promotional materials, photographs, Board of Directors minutes, memos and directories, Stagehands directories, and press clippings of various productions.
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 contains the papers of Frank M. Whiting, Professor and Director of the University of Minnesota Theatre.
Materials include scripts and production records, correspondence, administrative records, materials documenting national and international performance tours, and records related to the founding and the development of the University Centennial Showboat, for which Whiting served as director and captain.
The collection includes correspondence and drafts of Frederick Gaines’ plays.
Collection includes administrative records, correspondence, and audio and video recordings.
Contains an unedited typewritten manuscript of Loyce Houlton's biography, A Dancer's Twilight Tales.
Michael Lupu's dramaturgical papers including: notes, notebooks, correspondence, financials production files, screenplays, photos, pottery, playbills, and documents related to his work at the Guthrie theater.
Collection contains cover footage and interviews from Minnesota arts organizations and leaders.
Collection contains photographs, publicity materials and programs for plays performed by the North Star Drama Guild.
A collection of programs and newspaper clippings from various periods in the history of the Minnesota Orchestra.
Collection contains design and artwork by Steven Rydberg for theater, publishers, and other organizations.