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Margaret Webster papers, 1837-1974

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Professional File, 1917-1971 (continued)
Gibbs, Wolcott
Le Gallienne, Eva
Wilson, Earl
Margaret Webster Shakespeare Co. (Marweb Productions)
Clippings, 1948-1950
Correspondence and memoranda, 1948-1952 Correspondents include
Choate, Edward
Gates, Larry
Martinson, Larry
Tregoe, William
Yorke, John
Financial reports, 1948-1950 Correspondents include
Choate, Edward
Itineraries, schedules, 1948-1950
BOX 5 Programs, miscellany, 1948-1950
Surveys, funding, 1949-1951
Thesis by David H. Fennema, 1967-1968
“The Problems of a Touring Company: Margaret Webster's Shakespeare Touring Company” Correspondents include
Choate, Edward
Fennema, David H.
Linenthal, Michael
Programs, 1917-1946
South Africa, State Department, 1961-1962 Correspondents include
Mokae, Zakes M.
Omond, J. L.
Tresidder, Angus J.
Theater plans, public theaters, 1945
Theater productions, operas, 1950-1960
Aida by Verdi (Metropolitan Opera), 1951
Don Carlo by Verdi (Metropolitan Opera), 1950
Macbeth by Verdi (New York City Opera), 1957
BOX 6 Simon Boccanegra by Verdi (Metropolitan Opera), 1960
(2 folders)
The Silent Woman by Strauss (New York City Opera), 1958
The Taming of the Shrew by Vittorio Giannini (New York City Opera), 1958
Troilus and Cressida by William Walton and Christopher Hassal (New York City Opera), 1955
(2 folders)
BOX 7 Theater productions, plays, 1934-1970
A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt (South Africa), 1962
(2 folders)
A Touch of the Poet by Eugene O'Neill (South Africa), 1961
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, adapted by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Freibus (American Repertory Theater), 1947
Androcles and the Lion by George Bernard Shaw (Bucks County Playhouse), 1941
Ask Me No More by Pamela Frankau (London, England), 1956
Back to Methuselah by George Bernard Shaw, adapted by Arnold Moss (Theater Guild), 1958
BOX 8 Battle of Angels by Tennessee Williams (Theater Guild), 1940
Counterattack by Janet and Philip Stevenson (New Haven, Conn.), 1943
Dandy Dick by Arthur W. Pinero (Woodstock, N.Y.), 1950
Family Portrait by Lenore and William Joyce Cowan (New York, N.Y.), 1939
Flare Path by Terence Rattigan (New Haven, Conn.), 1943
Fortunato by Webster-Choate (Woodstock, N.Y.), 1950
Hedda Gablerand Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen (American Repertory Theater), 1948
John Gabriel Borkman by Henrik Ibsen (American Repertory Theater), 1946
Madame Will You Walk by Sidney Howard (Baltimore, Md.), 1939
Mrs. Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw (Surrey Theatre), 1970
BOX 9 On Approval by Frederick Lonsdale (Woodstock, N.Y.), 1950
St. Joan by George Bernard Shaw (Theater Guild), 1951
(2 folders)
The Apollo of Bellac by Jean Giraudoux, adapted by Pierre Garai (Woodstock, N.Y.), 1950
The Aspern Papers by Michael Redgrave, based on Henry James (New York, N.Y.), 1962
The Cherry Orchard by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (New York), 1944
The Devil's Disciple by George Bernard Shaw (New York City Center), 1950
BOX 10 The High Ground by Charlotte Hastings (New York, N.Y.), 1951
The Long Christmas Dinner by Thornton Wilder (London, England), 1934 [?]
The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Giraudoux, translated form Aurélie by Eva Le Gallienne (N.R.T.), 1965
The School for Scandal by Richard B. Sheridan (Birmingham, England), 1960
The Strong Are Lonely by Fritz Hochwälder (Das Heilige Experiment), translated by Eva Le Gallienne (New York), 1953, and (London, England), 1955
(2 folders)
BOX 11 The Trojan Women by Euripides, translated by Gilbert Murray (New York, N.Y., benefit), 1941 (N.R.T.), 1965
Therese by Thomas Job from Emile Zola's Therese Raquin (New York, N.Y.), 1945
Three Sisters by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (Woodstock, N.Y.), 1950
Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose (London, England), 1964
Waiting in the Wings by Noel Coward (London, England), 1960
BOX 12 What Every Woman Knows by James M. Barrie, (American Repertory Theater), 1946
Yellow Jack by Sidney Howard (American Repertory Theater), 1947
Theater productions, Shakespearean, 1937-1966
A Midsummer Night's Dream(melodrama with Baltimore Symphony Orchestra), 1959
Antony and Cleopatra(Berkeley, Calif.), 1963
Comedy of Errors, undated
Hamlet(Maurice Evans), 1939
(2 folders)
Hamlet(Marweb Productions), 1948
(3 folders)
BOX 13 Julius Caesar(Marweb Productions)
(Marweb Productions), 1951
(Stratford, Conn.), 1966
King Henry IV
Part 1 (Maurice Evans), 1939
Parts 1-2, free adaptation, undated typescript
King Henry VIII(American Repertory Theater), 1946
BOX 14 King Richard II
(Maurice Evans), 1937
(New York City Center), 1951
King Richard III (City Center), 1953 Correspondents include
Miller, Bernard W.
(Maurice Evans), 1941
(Marweb Productions), 1948
BOX 15 Measure for Measure
(London, England), 1957
(Boston University, Boston, Mass.), 1964
Othello (Theater Guild), 1942
(2 folders)
The Merchant of Venice(Stratford-on-Avon), 1956
(2 folders)
The Taming of the Shrew(New York City Center), 1951 See also Container 13, Julius Caesar (Marweb Productions)
(1 folder)
BOX 16 (1 folder)
The Tempest (New York, N.Y.), 1945
Crawford, C., and David Diamond
Diamond, David (score)
Twelfth Night(Theater Guild), 1940
Theatrical writings, 1942-1971, undated
“Margaret Webster's Theory and Practice of Shakespeare” by Ely Silverman, 1969
“Mark Twain and Royalty and Me” by Bernard Sabath, 1971
“Preface to ’Hedda Gabler'” by Eva Le Gallienne, undated
“The Art of the Actor” by C. Coquelin, 1951 [1894]
“The Drama of the Future” by Robert E. Jones, 1942
BOX 17-21 Speeches and Writings File, 1886-1974
Articles, lectures, books, and one play, including working and final drafts, corrected galleys, research material, notes, reviews, clippings, correspondence with publishers and fans, and other material relating to published and unpublished writings.
Arranged alphabetically by title or subject and chronologically therein.
BOX 17 Articles and lectures, 1930-1974
Lists and correspondence, 1959-1974
On bus tours, 1949-1950
On directing, acting, 1938-1958
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