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Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon collection, 1920-1991

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Saturday Night by Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein
Silence by David Rayfiel
BOX 63B Stomping Ground by Denis Hamill and John Hamill
Trevor by John Bowen
Trevor by Robert Goldman
Untitled by David Shaw
BOX 63C Untitled Screenplay by Norman Steinberg
Viva!, A Musical Adventure by Felicia Bauer and Matt Dubey
White Dog by Romain Gary (article)
World's Fair by E.L. Doctorow
Yes Indeed! by Avery Corman
Yonderland by Natasha Ronay
BOX 58 Playbills and Programs
Playbills and Programs series represent material not directly related to Bob Fosse or Gwen Verdon's work.
Arrangement is by subseries and then by title.
Playbills
BOX 58A After The Fall
All Over Town
American Passion (2)
As Is
Ballet Russe De Montecarlo
Betrayal
Bingo
Broadway Bound
Candide
Cats
The Changing Room
Children Of A Lesser God
The Colored Museum
Division Street
Doctor Jazz
Dream Girls
Encore Awards, 1985 Program
Evita (2)
Follies
Fools
The Goodbye People
The Good Doctor
Goodtime Charley
Joel Hall Dancers
Marvin Hamlisch (Musical Tribute)
Hay Fever
The House Of Blue Leaves
I'm Not Rappaport
Irene
Jackie Mason's "The World According to Me!"
Jerome Robbin's Broadway
Jesus Christ Superstar
The Magic Show
Liza Minnelli In Concert
The Moony Shapiro Songbook
Ann Reinking/Music Moves Me
BOX 58B The New Dramatist's Spring Luncheon, 4/13/84
Nine
No Way To Treat A Lady
Nureyev and Friends
One More Song/One More Dance (3)
Orphans
Over There!
Peg
The Red Mill
The Rink
Rose
Singin' In The Rain
The Sunshine Boys
Tango Argentina
Tschaikovsky Festival, NYC Ballet, 1981 (2)
Un Tragedie De Carmen
Tribute
Tribute To Pavlova
Welcome To The Club
The Wiz
Programs
BOX 58C 1989 Encore Awards 25TH Anniversary (Arts Business Council)
Film: "Body Double"
Film: "The Falcon and The Snowman"
Film: "The Killing Fields"
New York City Ballet Tchaikovsky Festival 1981
New York City Ballet 1981
Film: "Roxanne"
School Of The American Ballet
"Tribute To Pavlova" Pendleton Festival Ballet
Film: "2010"
BOX 58 Magazines
Magazines series includes some dance articles, and articles on colleagues or co-stars, but otherwise not directly related to Bob Fosse or Gwen Verdon.
Arrangement is alphabetical by title.
BOX 58C After Dark, 3/69
Esquire, 4/74
Esquire, 5/75
Esquire, 6/75
Esquire, 8/86
Life, 2/25/72
Life, 3/3/72
Life, 11/3/72
Life, Special Report, 1974
New York Times Magazine, 1/1/84
New Yorker, 2/21/25 (reprint)
New Yorker, 5/22/89
Rolling Stone, 3/15/84
Show, 11/63
Tempo (Italy), 8/1/70
Vanity Fair, 11/85
Oversized Materials
Oversized Materials series is represented by items that are crossed referenced with individual production files where applicable, and also with Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon personal files where applicable.
Arrangement is by provenance.
Sheet Music
BOX 57C The Conquering Hero
"The Campaign"
Damn Yankees
"Who's Got the Pain," "Brains and Talent"
The Garry Moore Show
Sheet music used in the show
New Girl In Town
"Ven I Valse"
Sweet Charity
Songbook, "Sweet Charity: Vocal Selections"
BOX 57E Redhead
"Simply Marvelous," " I Feel Merely Marvelous," "Tom's Apartment," "Look Who's in Love," "'Erbie Fitch's Dilemma," "Pickpocket Tango," "The Right Finger of Me Left Hand"
BOX 57C - G Miscellaneous
"Bubbles Was a Cheerleader," "Let Me Entertain You," "The Category Stomp," "The Girl I Left Home For" (music Gwen Verdon recorded on the album)
BOX 57A - B Peter Gennaro/Gwen Verdon Benefit
This is a mixture of the Peter Gennaro/Gwen Verdon music used for a performance at the restored Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh, PA, November 12, 1971, to benefit the Civic Light Opera. The performance was titled, "Broadway Tonight," and included performances by: Gwen Verdon, Peter Gennaro, Ethel Merman, Brock Peters, Alfred Drake, Joel Grey, and Sally Ann Howes.
BOX 57H The Hamptons, 7/4/86: "Gwen Verdon Does a Number - On Critics and Producers"
By Dick Anderson, 3 copies
The Hamptons, 8/1/86: "The Dancin' Man (Bob Fosse)"
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