Theater -- Colorado -- Denver.
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a scrapbook with clippings from Denver, Colo. concert and theater programs and reviews; chiefly touring vocal and instrumental soloists and ensembles, opera, ballet, and theater companies.
Collection contains four scrapbooks of program clippings from Denver, Colo. theaters. Also a "theatre record" by sister Flora E. McCune (1860-1931) listing plays seen with comments.
Collection contains play scripts, braille manuscripts, newspaper clippings, programs, Playbills, Colorado Performing Arts Festival material, contracts for lighting and sound, buttons from political and cultural events, crew passes, Gay Mens' Chorus programs, photographs.
Interviews conducted by Gallegos with Hispanic leaders of Denver, Colo. Also contains interview with Freddie Rodriguez about jazz and Henry Lowenstein about Denver, Colo. theater.
Scrapbook of clippings of artists and productions presented in various Denver, Colo. theaters, with clippings from Broadway Theatre program notes predominating.
The Theater Scrapbook spans the years 1871-1901. It contains newspaper and magazine clippings of playbill portraits of nationally touring performers who appeared in Denver, Colorado between 1871 and 1901. Other items include ticket stubs and advertisements. A file folder of loose magazine portrait pages accompanies the scrapbooks.
This Theater Scrapbook includes clippings from programs of the Tabor Grand Opera House, the New Broadway Theatre, the Denver Music Hall and the Unity Church in Denver, Colorado. Inclusive dates are 1885-1892. The clippings are pasted into a commercially produced, bound scrapbook trademarked Mark Twain's Scrap Book. A file folder accompanies the scrapbook and contains loose clippings of play programs.
Virtually complete collection of clippings from programs of plays, concerts, operas, and variety shows presented in Denver theaters. Also includes program clippings from theaters in New York, Boston, and San Francisco. Clippings includes casts, pictures, and program notes. Annotations give dates of attendance and names of people who were there.
Chiefly newspaper clippings, reviews of plays produced by the W.P.A. Federal Theatre Project in Denver, Colo. at Baker Federal Theater.