Harvard Theatre Collection
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Includes material on circus acts, Ringling Circus, and Shakespeare.
Draft of manuscript contract (1728) and printed broadside describing sale of the property (1860).
Includes photographs of Larson. There are approximately 1-3 items in each envelope.
Typescript plays by various authors, including: Alfred Lys Baldry, C. Lafont, Dorothy Leighton, Cyril Twyford, and Herman Vezin. Also with an autograph manuscript of La lune rousse by F. Burillon and a script by an unknown author.
Harvard Theatre Collection collection of materials related to Noel Coward's Hay fever: a play in three acts
1925 box includes: paper cover copy of play (London: Ernest Benn Ltd), French Acting Edition, 1927; clippings; and promotional material. 1964 box includes: 2 copies of souvenir program from The National Theatre (one signed by Edith Adams); miscellaneous cast lists (one autographed by cast members); clippings; a letter to Mrs. Robert Graff.
15 silk playbills from various theaters in England, three from the Woburn Abbey Theatre, four from the Olympic Theatre.
Approximately 190 portraits and caricatures, most colored and in costume, including many from famous published series. Includes most of the 1870 publication, Le théâtre illustré.
Harvard Theatre Collection of photographs, drawings, music, and letters related to theater, music, and film
Includes letters of Eddie Cantor, Nancy Storace, Elizabeth Craven, Jules Massenet, and Beaumarchais; drawings by Alan Barrett; music by Arthur Foote; and photographs of actors and dancers.
Collection consists of 295 publicity photographs.
Printed plays and theatrical pamphlets signed by actor John Gilbert, 1828-1864, including some marked up as prompt books; and printed plays signed by George Peirce, 1886-1890.
Includes: Babes in the wood; Dick Whittington and his cat; Mother Goose; Robinson Crusoe; and unidentified.
Approximately 500 playbills from primarily British theaters for Shakespeare plays.
Includes letters, photographs, cabinet photographs, engravings, and miscellaneous other printed material.
The plays that are the subject of the clippings were produced in New York, and most are undated.
REFINE MY RESULTS:
- Collection 26
- Photographs. 3
- Theater programs. 3
- Clippings. 2
- Plays. 2
- Scripts (documents). 2
- Theater -- Periodicals. 2
- Actors -- England -- 19th century. 1
- African American actors 1
- Broadsides. 1
- Cabinet photographs. 1
- Circus -- Periodicals. 1
- Contracts. 1
- Dance -- Periodicals. 1
- Figurines. 1
- Group portraits 1
- Harvard graduates' papers. 1
- London (England) -- Theater -- 18th century. 1
- London (England) -- Theater -- 19th century. 1
- Maine -- Social life and customs -- 19th century. 1
- Male dancers 1
- Pantomimes. 1
- Phonograph records. 1
- Playbills -- 19th century. 1
- Playbills -- British Isles -- 18th century. 1
- Playbills -- British Isles -- 19th century. 1
- Playbills. 1
- Porcelain 1
- Portraits 1
- Portraits -- Theater. 1
- Promptbooks -- 19th century. 1
- Scrapbooks. 1
- Tenors (Singers) 1
- Theater -- 19th century 1
- Theater -- 19th century. 1
- Theater -- 20th century 1
- Theater -- Boston (Mass.) 1
- Theater -- England -- 19th century. 1
- Theater -- France -- Periodicals. 1
- Theater -- France. 1
- Theatre arts 1
- Women dancers 1 ∧ less