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Individual Production, Project, and Performance Files (continued)
Lenny (Fosse) - Paper (continued)
Screenplay, revised rehearsal draft, 12/8/73
Marked "revisions up to date 1/2/74;" label on black vinyl cover was "revised rehearsal draft, 1/2/74;" 128 pp. with revisions
BOX 21C Fosse notebook
BOX 23B Screenplay, first draft, maroon vinyl cover, 72 pp.; very few notations
Screenplay, revised draft, 11/13/70, 120 pp.; grey paper cover marked: "No. 1;" unmarked
Screenplay, first draft, 3/30/70, green paper cover, 142 pp.; unmarked
Screenplay
Marked both "#1" and "No. 3"on title page; 105 pp.; unmarked
BOX 23C Screenplay
Marked "Script No. 4" on title page, with Julian Barry notes (photocopied) on title page; 105 pp. with notation (photocopy)
Screenplay, work in progress
Marked "work in progress" on title page, with handwritten note to Bob Fosse signed "Julian;" 52 pp.; unmarked
Screenplay
105+ pp. with revised pages; unmarked
Screenplay, revised 2nd draft, 8/3/70
Marked "production # 8895" on yellow paper cover; 124 pp.; unmarked
Screenplay, 2nd draft, 5/19/70, green paper cover, 149 pp.; unmarked
Little Me (Fosse)
BOX 44E Newspaper Clippings
BOX 44D Press Reviews
BOX 44C Script, 8/71, black vinyl cover
Marked # 21; 130 pp.; unmarked
BOX 44D Program
Playbill, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 1/7/63
Magazine Reviews
Theatre Arts, 11/62: "The Seven Caesars," by Richard and Betsy Gehman
Theatre Arts, 5/63, on Tony Nominations
Newsweek, 11/26/62 (cover): "Sid Caesar: The Many Faces of Little Me;" "Conquest of the 7 Caesars," by Richard Lemon
Dance Magazine, 6/63: "Lament for Broadway," by Leo Lerman
BOX 44C Financial
1963-65, assorted royalty statements and associated correspondence; 1963 financial statement for Hot Spot Venture (Little Me?)
Casting
Audition schedules and notes, callbacks, 1962
BOX 44D Fosse Notebook
Composition notebook, with handwritten notes, including dance notes, production list; also legal pad pages with notes on dances, stage business, etc.
BOX 44C - D Legal
1964 licensing agreement with Tams Witmark; Bob Fosse's co-director and choreographer agreements, various drafts, one signed, related correspondence and notes; royalty agreements; agreements on soundtrack album rights; Letter of Instructions; British licensing agreements; agreement for the original cast album with RCA; material on proposed tour, etc.
Continuation of #9
BOX 93A Posters
Framed poster, 15x23, original, color, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
Artist's design paste-up, by Paul Bacon, 20x28
The Little Prince (Fosse)
BOX 44D Magazine Reviews
Variety, Japan, 1985 (2 different issues)
Sight & Sound, Summer 1973 (cover)
BOX 44E Press Reviews
Newspaper Clippings
BOX 44D Production Miscellaneous
Unit list, editing notes
Liza With A Z (Fosse)
BOX 45A Newspaper Clippings
Script
Tabbed production script, with lyrics, props, timing, etc.; annotated by Bob Fosse
Script, 1st draft, 5/27/71, 27 pp.; few notes
Financial
Budget, Liza With A Z account
Fosse Notebook
Composition notebook marked "Liza TV" with dance notes, music and lyric notes, etc.; not very extensive
Correspondence
1 fan letter, 1973
Love Letters (Verdon)
Correspondence
Letter, 1990, from producer
The Madwoman Of Chaillot (Fosse)
Madwomen: Miscellaneous
[Note: This is a project Bob Fosse began work on; Jerry Alden cover letter and "concept, Madwoman of Chaillot musical version 8/3/62;" outline; Bob Fosse notes; producing manager's contract, Bob Fosse and the Dramatists Guild, with letter 5/20/59 attached.]
Magnum, PI (Verdon)
Script, bound leather
Cover embossed "Resolutions" and Gwen Verdon; dedication to Gwen Verdon from Tom Selleck, "Thanks, mom;" 236 pp.; production date, 2/5/88
Newspaper Clippings
Mississippi Gambler (Verdon)
Newspaper Clippings
1 clipping with attached note
BOX 86A Miscellaneous
color advertisement from magazine, 9 1/2 x 12 1/2
My Sister Eileen (Fosse)
BOX 45A Script, bound leather
Embossed cover "My Sister Eileen, Bob Fosse;" revised final draft screenplay, 10/4/54; frontpiece 8x10 black and white photo of Janet Leigh and Bob Fosse, and 2nd inset 8x10 black and white photo of 3-shot with Bob Fosse; 218 pp.
Song Sheet
New Girl In Town (Fosse and Verdon)
BOX 44E Newspaper Clippings
BOX 45B Programs
Playbill, 46th St. Theatre, 10/57
Financial/Legal
1 letter 1/13/58 concerning royalty agreement on possibly closing show; 9/27/56 Bob Fosse choreography contract; 9/28/57 "summary statement of receipts and disbursements;" 3/1/58 and 2/22/58 weekly financial statements
BOX 57B Music
Music sheets for "Ven I Valse"
BOX 85B Miscellaneous
Costume Sketch (1) Gwen Verdon, for New Girl In Town
BOX 93A Poster
Framed poster, damaged, tape; 15x23, Oscar Liebman, artist, color, 46th St. Theatre
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (Fosse)
BOX 45B Script, 3/9/64, 123 pp.; some annotation
Casting
Cast breakdown; audition schedule and notes, 1964; note: some of this seemed to include Little Me and Pleasures and Palaces material
Legal
1963 correspondence re: contracts; Bob Fosse draft director/choreographer contract with attached correspondence, notes, revisions, etc.
Fosse Notebook
Composition notebook marked "Clear Day & Odd Ideas," including dance notes and character notes
Once Upon An Eastertime (Verdon)
Newspaper Clippings
Note: show air date of 4/18/54, CBS
The Pajama Game (Fosse)(Various stage productions and film version)
Contracts
Warner Bros. and Bob Fosse 1956 choreography contract for motion picture; 1973 revival choreography agreement; 1954 choreography agreement for the play; MGM 1954 letter re: Bob Fosse's being under contract to MGM when he left to do the play; Bob Fosse letter to Jean Dalrymple re: reproduction of Bob Fosse choreography in Lincoln Center production; Bob Fosse letter, 1957 on summer stock use of his choreography
Programs
PlaybillS: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 12/73; St. James Theatre, 8/55; souvenir program
Newspaper Clippings
Revival, 1973
7/73 letter to Sam Cohn re: percentages to be paid in revival
BOX 93A Pajama Game
Framed poster, 15x23, color, Peter Arno design, St. James Theatre
Pal Joey (Fosse)(Various Productions)
BOX 45C Script, black paper cover
Undated; 78 pp.; fragile; very few markings
Script, Revival 1952, black cover, 78 pp.; "Bob Fosse" written on title page; few markings
BOX 45B Script, Revival 1952, 78 pp.; no annotation
O'Hara Story
Photocopy of John O'Hara's Pal Joey short story
BOX 45C Programs
Roosevelt Playhouse, Miami (1 original, 4 photocopies); Playbills, City Center 5/27/63 (Bob Fosse) (2 copies); City Center 5/29/61 (3 copies); souvenir programs, City Center (Bob Fosse) (4 copies)
Libretto and Lyrics
2 photocopies of Random House publication, 1952
Newspaper Clippings, 1961-63
Contract 1963
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