Masque and Gown (Student Theatrical Organization): Records, Files, Memorabilia 4.48

George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives
Bowdoin College Library

Summary Information

Repository
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Title
Masque and Gown (Student Theatrical Organization): Records, Files, Memorabilia, 1903-1994, 2011, undated
ID
4.48
Date
1903-1994, 2011
Extent
25.0 linear feet.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Masque and Gown: records, files, memorabilia. George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives. Bowdoin College Library.


Biographical/Historical Note

The Masque and Gown was organized as the Bowdoin Dramatic Club in the fall of 1903. The first play produced was "She Stoops to Conquer" on February 18, 1904 in the theater of the Brunswick Town Hall. Through the years membership was alternatively elective or gained by virtue of having contributed to a prior production, with directorial responsibilities filled during the years prior to 1935 by local volunteers and faculty. In 1935, George H. Quinby '23 became Director of Dramatics (a post he held until 1966) and was followed in 1971 by A. Raymond Rutan '51 (retired, 1994). Although a student-run organization, the executive committee of the Masque and Gown has always collaborated with the director of theater and technical directors to determine the program for the season and to schedule production work. Several major and minor productions, including musicals, have been presented each year. Since 1934, the annual student-written one act playwriting contest has awarded cash prizes now underwritten by Hunter S. Frost '47.


Scope and Content

Early records, including constitution, by-laws, financial accounts and minutes, of the Bowdoin Dramatic Club and Masque and Gown. Included are technical and production scripts, such as "Decoration Day" by Louis O. Coxe, "Freedom's Journeyman" by Amy Merrill Ansara and Robert C. Johnson, Jr. '71 and the 1975 and 1993 productions of "The Only Rose" (based on a short story by Sarah Orne Jewett by Creighton Lindsay '75 and David Larsson '76. Never-produced scripts by students in playwriting courses of the Department of Theater are represented. Programs of productions chronicle seasons dedicated to Bette Davis and Gary Merrill '37, Kenneth Charles Morton Sills '01, Eugene O'Neill, and George and Polly Quinby. The collection includes scrapbooks containing photographs, reviews, and newspaper clippings, posters, designs for scenery and lighting, 35 mm slides and 8 mm film. Also included are 8 mm and VHS videocassettes of complete productions, such as "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" (1993) "Anything Goes" (1992), and the student-written musicals "Orphea" and "Corny-Copia" (1991).


Administrative Information

Publication Information

 George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011

3000 College Station
Brunswick, Maine, 04011
(207) 725-3288
scaref@bowdoin.edu

Access Restrictions

No restrictions.


Collection Inventory

4.48.1: Records, 1904-1983, undated   0.2 linear feet.

Series Description:

Early records, including the constitution, by-laws, receipts, history, minutes of meetings, speeches, membership cards, and financial accounts of the Bowdoin Dramatic Club and the Masque and Gown.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

1904-1940, Production history 

1 2

1907-1912, Account Book 

1 3

1911, Receipts [from Account Book, 1907-1912] 

1 4

1912, Receipts [from Account Book, 1907-1912] 

1 5

1913-1947, Record Book 

Volume
1

1919-1929, Financial accounts 

Box Folder
1 6

1940-1950, Production history 

1 7

1950-1960, "A Decade of Dreams Come True" 

1 8

1954-1955, Account book 

1 9

1964, Address 

1 10

1965-1980, n.d., Clippings 

1 11

1970, Requests of the Executive Committee of Masque and Gown 

1 12

1971, 1983, Ray Rutan 

1 13

1980, Address 

1 14

1981, Letter from George Quinby to Library 

1 15

1982, Meeting minutes 

1 16

n.d., Membership cards 


4.48.2: Programs, 1879-1994   1.0 linear foot.

Series Description:

Printed programs of Masque and Gown productions. Includes programs of theatrical works staged by Bowdoin College students from 1879-1994.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

1879, 1896 

1 2

1903, 1904 

1 3

1905 

1 4

1906 

1 5

1908 

1 6

1909 

1 7

1910 

1 8

1911 

1 9

1912 

1 10

1913 

1 11

1914 

1 12

1915 

1 13

1916 

1 14

1918 

1 15

1919 

1 16

1921 

1 17

1923 

1 18

1924 

1 19

1926 

1 20

1927 

1 21

1928 

1 22

1929 

1 23

1930 

1 24

1931 

1 25

1932 

1 26

1933 

1 27

1934 

1 28

1935 

1 29

1936 

1 30

1937 

1 31

1938 

1 32

1939 

1 33

1940 

1 34

1941 

1 35

1942 

1 36

1943 

1 37

1944 

1 38

1945 

1 39

1946 

1 40

1947 

1 41

1948 

1 42

1949 

1 43

1950 

1 44

1951 

1 45

1952 

1 46

1953 

1 47

1954 

1 48

1955 

2 1

1956 

2 2

1957 

2 3

1958 

2 4

1959 

2 5

1960 

2 6

Yale Festival 1961 

2 7

1961 

2 8

1962 

2 9

1963 

2 10

1964 

2 11

1965 

2 12

1966 

2 13

1967 

2 14

1968 

2 15

1969 

2 16

1970 

2 17

1971 

2 18

1972 

2 19

1973 

2 20

1974 

2 21

1975 

2 22

1976 

2 23

1977 

2 24

1978 

2 25

1979 

3 1

1980 

3 2

1981 

3 3

1982 

3 4

1983 

3 5

1984 

3 6

1985 

3 7

1986 

3 8

1987 

3 9

1988 

3 10

1989 

3 11

1990 

3 12

1991 

3 13

1992 

3 14

1993 

3 15

1994 

3 16

Undated Programs 

3 17

Undated audition flyers 


4.48.3: Original and production scripts, 1906-1988, undated.   7.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

Scripts of original works by Bowdoin College students and faculty plus published scripts performed or studied by members of the Masque and Gown.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

"The Rivals," April 27 & June 27, 1906 

1 2

"A Pair of Spectacles," June 6, 1912 

1 3

"The Merchant of Venice," June 25, 1912 

1 4

"The Taming of the Shrew," June 26,1912 

1 5

"The Taming of the Shrew," June 25, 1912 

1 6

"Twelfth Night," June 25, 1914 

1 7

"Twelfth Night," music, June 25, 1914 

1 8

"Twelfth Night," history 

1 9

"Jack Straw," May 19 & June 3, 1915 

1 10

"As You Like It," June 23, 1915 

1 11

"The Merry Wives of Windsor," June 20, 1923 

1 12

"How He Lied to Her Husband," December 19, 1924 

1 13

"How He Lied to Her Husband," December 19, 1924 

1 14

"The Key," December 19, 1924 

1 15

"Fame and the Poet," December 19, 1924 

1 16

"The Comical History of Doc Fasustus," May 27, 1926 

2 1

"Much Ado About Nothing," June 23, 1926 

2 2

"Much Ado About Nothing," staging, June 23, 1926 

2 3

"R.U.R," May 26, 1927 

2 4

"R.U.R.," staging, May 26, 1927 

2 5

"Hamlet," June 22, 1927 

2 6

"Crocodile," December 22, 1927 

2 7

"The Love Nest," March 25, 1930 

2 8

"Mrs. Senior Subaltern," March 25, 1930 

2 9

"Durga," March 25, 1930 

2 10

"Durga," March 25, 1930 

2 11

"Hamlet," June 16, 1939 

2 12

"Hamlet," history 

2 13

"Hamlet," history and clippings 

2 14

"The Twig," November 23, 1940 

2 15

"The Twig," directing, November 23, 1940 

2 16

"Me and Harry," May 1, 1941 

2 17

"Shepherd of My People," April 14, 1942 

2 18

"...And Miles Around" or "Tomorrow's Yesterday," November 12, 1943 

2 19

"... And Miles Around" or "Tomorrow's Yesterday," November 12, 1943 

2 20

"..And Miles Around" or "Tomorrow's Yesterday," acting and staging, November 12, 1943 

2 21

"A Dark Horse of a Different Color," April 25, 1946 

3 1

"A Dark Horse of a Different Color," April 25, 1946 

3 2

"A Dark Horse of a Different Color," April 25, 1946 

3 3

"A Dark Horse of a Different Color," April 25, 1946 

3 4

"A Dark Horse of a Different Color," April 25, 1946 

3 5

"A Dark Horse of a Different Color," staging, April 25, 1946 

3 6

"Henry IV, Part I," June 4, 1948 

3 7

"Henry IV, Part I," history, June 4, 1948 

3 8

"No Peace on Earth," May 1 & 5, 1949 

3 9

"Change to Spring," November 8, 1949 

3 10

"They Came," March 5, 1950 

3 11

"They Came," staging, March 5, 1950 

3 12

"One on the House," March 19, 1950 

3 13

"One on the House," March 19, 1950 

3 14

"One on the House," March 19, 1950 

3 15

"One on the House," March 19, 1950 

3 16

"One on the House," March 19, 1950 

3 17

"One on the House," March 19, 1950 

3 18

"One on the House," March 19, 1950 

3 19

"Petticoat Fever," November 14, 1950 

3 20

"Petticoat Fever" staging, November 14, 1950 

4 1

"King Richard II," June 15, 1951 

4 2

"King Richard II," acting, June 15, 1951 

4 3

"It's a Fact," January 15 & February 26, 1952 

4 4

"It's a Fact," January 15 & February 26, 1952 

4 5

"It's a Fact," January 15 & February 26, 1952 

4 6

"It's a Fact," acting, January 15 & February 26, 1952 

4 7

"Fiddle n' Bell," November 16, 1953 

4 8

"Fiddle n' Bell," criticism, November 16, 1953 

4 9

"A Murder Has Been Arranged," 1953 

4 10

"A Murder Has Been Arranged," staging, 1953 

4 11

"Othello," June 18, 1954 

4 12

"Born Yesterday," February 19, 1954 

4 13

"Born Yesterday," February 19, 1954 

4 14

"Born Yesterday," staging, February 19, 1954 

4 15

"King Richard III," June 17, 1955 

4 16

"King Richard III," staging, June 17, 1955 

4 17

"The Tempest," June 14, 1957 

4 18

"A Little Folly," February 6, 1957 

5 1

"The Occupied Man," April 20, 1957 

5 2

"The Occupied Man," April 20, 1957 

5 3

"The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet," December 6, 1957 

5 4

"The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet," December 6, 1957 

5 5

"And the Rock Cried Out," March 8, 1958 

5 6

"The Teahouse of the August Moon," May 11, 1960 

5 7

"The Teahouse of the August Moon," acting, May 11, 1960 

5 8

"The Teahouse of the August Moon," staging and directing, May 11, 1960 

5 9

"Our Town," November 10, 1960 

5 10

"Our Town," staging and acting, November 10, 1960 

5 11

"Romeo and Juliet," 1961 

5 12

"The Second Judgment," March 15, 1963 

5 13

"It's All in the Cards," March 15, 1963 

5 14

"Rashomon," May 15 & 18, 1963 

5 15

"Fiddle n Bell," November 16, 1963 

5 16

"The Last Question," March 20, 1964 

5 17

"Decoration Day," December 11, 1964 

5 18

"Decoration Day," December 11, 1964 

5 19

"Decoration Day," December 11, 1964 

6 1

"The Rouge's Trial," history and clippings February 13, 1965 

6 2

"Troilus and Cressida," June 11, 1965 

6 3

"The Boor," February, 1975 

6 4

"The Only Rose," March, 1975 

6 5

"The Only Rose," music, March, 1975 

6 6

"You Can't Take it With You," February 18-20, 1988 

6 7

"You Can't Take it With You," staging, February 18-20, 1988 

7 1

"Angel Street," n.d. 

7 2

"Angel Street," n.d. 

7 3

"Angel Street," n.d. 

7 4

"The Artist," n.d. 

7 5

"At Night All Cats Are Gray," n.d. 

7 6

"A Beautiful Day," n.d. 

7 7

"A Beautiful Day," n.d. 

7 8

"A Beautiful Day," n.d. 

7 9

"Blithe Spirit," n.d. 

7 10

"Blithe Spirit," n.d. 

7 11

"Boots and Saddle," n.d. 

7 12

"A Christmas Carol," n.d. 

7 13

"Craig's Wife," n.d. 

7 14

"The Crystal Time," n.d. 

7 15

"The Curious Savage," n.d. 

7 16

"The Curious Savage," n.d. 

7 17

"The Curious Savage" staging, n.d. 

8 1

"Detective Story," n.d. 

8 2

"Detective Story" staging, n.d. 

8 3

"Devil in the Andes," n.d. 

8 4

"Devil in the Andes" history, n.d. 

8 5

"Fish and Chips," n.d. 

8 6

"Grammercy Ghost," n.d. 

8 7

"The Happiest Years," n.d. 

8 8

"The Happiest Years" staging, n.d. 

8 9

"Harvey," n.d. 

8 10

"Harvey" staging, n.d. 

8 11

"Home for the Weekend" or "They Know Not," n.d. 

8 12

"House and Garden" or "Finders Keepers," n.d. 

8 13

"House and Garden" or "Finders Keepers," n.d. 

8 14

"How Booth Appeared to a School Girl," n.d. 

8 15

"John Loves Mary," n.d. 

8 16

"John Loves Mary" staging, n.d. 

8 17

"Just One More," n.d. 

8 18

"The Lottery," n.d. 

8 19

"Macbeth," n.d. 

8 20

"The Madwoman of Chaillot" music, n.d. 

8 21

"Me and Shakespeare," n.d. 

9 1

"Mrs. Harlow," n.d. 

9 2

"The Nine Days' Queen," n.d. 

9 3

"The Parsley Patch," n.d. 

9 4

"Poor Aubrey," n.d. 

9 5

"Portrait in Black," n.d. 

9 6

"Right Now, Brothers," n.d. 

9 7

"The Roadhouse in Arden," n.d. 

9 8

"Sabrina Fair," n.d. 

9 9

"The Sacrifice of Isaac," n.d. 

9 10

"Spreading the News," n.d. 

9 11

"Three Worlds," n.d. 

9 12

"T.V." or "The Bogeyman," n.d. 

9 13

"The Twelve-Pound Look," n.d. 

9 14

"Two Blind Mice," n.d. 

9 15

"Two Blind Mice" staging, n.d. 

9 16

"Two Heads are Better," n.d. 

9 17

"The Valiant," n.d. 

9 18

"The Woman's Place," n.d. 

9 19

"A World Dimensional," n.d. 

9 20

"A World Dimensional," n.d. 

9 21

"A World Dimensional," n.d. 

9 22

"A World Dimensional," n.d. 

9 23

"A World Dimensional," n.d. 

9 24

Unknown plays and parts, n.d. 

9 25

Miscellaneous music, n.d. 


4.48.4: Technical scripts, 1934-1987   2.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

Director, stage manager, and lighting scripts for various staged productions.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

"King Richard II," June 20, 1934 

1 2

"Macbeth," November 8-10, 1968 

1 3

"The Brig," May 2 & 3, 1969 

1 4

"Merchant of Venice," March, 1970 

1 5

"The Hostage," May 5-7, 1972 (for original technical script see Box 3) 

1 6

"Oh What a Lovely War," February 23-25, 1973 

1 7

"Ah, Wilderness," November 15-17, 1973 (for original technical script see Box 3) 

1 8

"Camino Real," November, 1974 (for original technical script see Box 3) 

1 9

"The Only Rose," March, 1975 

1 10

"The Scarecrow," October, 1975 (for original technical script see Box 3) 

1 11

"Murder in the Cathedral," December, 1975 (for original technical script see Box 3) 

1 12

"Two Gentlemen of Verona," March, 1976 (for original technical script see Box 3) 

1 13

"The Comedy of Errors," November, 1977 

1 14

"Woods," February, 1978 

1 15

"No Experience Necessary," February, 1978 

1 16

"Travesties," October 10, 11, 24, & 25, 1986 

1 17

"Fiddler on the Roof," March 6, 1987 (for original technical script see Box 3) 

1 18

"You Can't Take it With You," February 18-20, 1988 

2 1

"Hanging Fools," n.d. 

2 2

"Hemingway," n.d. 

2 3

"King Lear," n.d. (for original technical script see Box 3) 

3 1

"The Hostage," May 5-7, 1972 

3 2

"Ah, Wilderness," November 5-7, 1973 

3 3

"The Scarecrow," October, 1975 

3 4

"Murder in the Cathedral," December, 1975 

3 5

"Two Gentlemen of Verona," March, 1976 

3 6

"Fiddler on the Roof," March 6, 1987 

3 7

"King Lear," n.d. 


4.48.5: One-act playwriting contest, 1941-1994   2.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

Student submissions to Masque and Gown's annual playwriting contest.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

"Not Goodbye," March 3, 1941 

1 2

"Boss's Son," March 3, 1942 

1 3

"Journey From Home," January 17, 1944 

1 4

"Maid at College," January 19, 1949 

1 5

"Twenty Minutes to Go," March 9, 1953 

1 6

"Twenty Minutes to Go," March 9, 1953 

1 7

"Twenty Minutes to Go," March 9, 1953 

1 8

"Twenty Minutes to Go," March 9, 1953 

1 9

"Prometheus," March 7, 1955 

1 10

"Prometheus," March 7, 1955 

1 11

"Prometheus," March 7, 1955 

1 12

"Prometheus," March 7, 1955 

1 13

"Touch Pitch," March 12, 1956 

1 14

"It Doesn't Grow on Family Trees," 1957 

1 15

"Auto Sacramental," March, 1960 

1 16

"Head and Shoulders," January 7-9, 1961 

1 17

"Figs of Thistles," 1962 

1 18

"With Sory Grace," 1962 

1 19

"With Sory Grace," 1962 

1 20

"Anti-Bellum Success," March 20, 1964 

1 21

"Anti-Bellum Success," March 20, 1964 

1 22

"Anti-Bellum Success," March 20, 1964 

1 23

"Champagne and Soft Music," 1965 

1 24

"Champagne and Soft Music," 1965 

1 25

"The Lay of the Land," 1965 

1 26

"The Worshippers," 1965 

1 27

"The Road," 1973 

1 28

"Abner and Joab," 1974 

1 29

"Arkansas Sidewalks," 1974 

1 30

"Armand the Magnificent," 1974 

1 31

"The Bird," 1974 

1 32

"Et Tu, Rufus?," 1974 

1 33

"Firetower," 1974 

1 34

"The Group Therapy Game," 1974 

1 35

"The House of Horror," 1974 

1 36

"The Janitor and the Jumper," 1974 

1 37

"Look Homeward Angelo," 1974 

1 38

"Pandora's Box," 1974 

1 39

"Son in the Afternoon," 1974 

1 40

Untitled, 1974 

1 41

"Ain't No Place Like Home," 1975 

1 42

"Ain't No Place Like Home," 1975 

1 43

"Antistrata," February, 1975 

1 44

"The Bird," 1975 

1 45

"The Bird," 1975 

1 46

"The Frog Prince," 1975 

1 47

"Heat Wave," 1975 

1 48

"The Long-Nosed Princess," 1975 

1 49

"My Turn to Die," 1975 

1 50

"My Turn to Die," 1975 

1 51

"Niagra Falls," 1975 

1 52

"Not in Our Time," 1975 

1 53

"Primavera," 1975 

1 54

"The Princess," 1975 

1 55

"Soldier's Specters," 1975 

1 56

"Soldier's Specters," 1975 

1 57

"The Swineherd," 1975 

1 58

Untitled, 1975 

1 59

Untitled, 1975 

1 60

"Balls," February, 1976 

1 61

"The Dark Woman and the Dancer," 1976 

1 62

"The Dark Woman and the Dancer," 1976 

1 63

"One Diplomat with Wings," 1976 

1 64

"Eliot, For Geoffrey," 1976 

1 65

"Failing," 1976 

1 66

"Free and Yet!!," 1976 

1 67

"The Further Adventures of Aesop Fabled," 1976 

1 68

"I Can't See Over the Hill," 1976 

1 69

"I Can't See Over the Hill," 1976 

1 70

"The Laundromat Story," 1976 

1 71

"Philips 66," 1976 

1 72

"Philips 66," 1976 

1 73

"U.N.," 1976 

1 74

"The Change," 1977 

1 75

"The Devil and Mr. Blitz," 1977 

1 76

"Early Evening," February, 1977 

1 77

"Early Evening," February, 1977 

1 78

"The End of the Beginning," 1977 

1 79

"The Fanatic," 1977 

1 80

"Mountain Oysters," 1977 

1 81

"Forever, Not Always," 1978 

1 82

"No Experience Necessary," 1978 

1 83

"Woods," 1978 

1 84

"Arrangements," 1979 

1 85

"Beelbo," 1979 

1 86

"Beelbo," 1979 

1 87

"The Best Play," 1979 

1 88

"The Best Play," 1979 

1 89

"The Contract," 1979 

1 90

"Cut," 1979 

1 91

"The Day F.D.R. Came to Town," 1979 

1 92

"The Day F.D.R. Came to Town," 1979 

1 93

"Exit My Caboose," 1979 

1 94

"Lady Annie," 1979 

1 95

"Monday Night," 1979 

1 96

"Monday Night," 1979 

1 97

"No Night Life," 1979 

1 98

"Saddlehorn Sonata," 1979 

1 99

"Theda Passes Darkly on the 5:24 from Dublin," 1979 

1 100

"Theda Passes Darkly in the 5:24 from Dublin," 1979 

1 101

"The Wall," 1979 

1 102

"A View from the Top," 1979 

1 103

"A View from the Top," 1979 

1 104

"21 Milk Street," 1979 

1 105

"The Accident," February and March, 1980 

1 106

"A Tree, a Rock, a Cloud," 1980 

1 107

"Benches," 1980 

1 108

"Benches," 1980 

1 109

"Bliss," 1980 

1 110

"Bliss," 1980 

1 111

"Each Day of the Whirlwind," 1980 

1 112

"Lucky Boys," 1980 

1 113

"Maiden," 1980 

1 114

"Manzanita," 1980 

1 115

"Manzanita," 1980 

1 116

"Our Mother's Children," 1980 

1 117

"Our Mother's Children," 1980 

1 118

"Reverie," 1980 

1 119

"Reverie," 1980 

1 120

"South, Southeast," 1980 

1 121

"This One's on Me," 1980 

2 1

"Ash, Fash, and Yacube," 1981 

2 2

"At the Fairgrounds of the Terminally Weird," 1981 

2 3

"Bird Calls," 1981 

2 4

"The Caged Lion," 1981 

2 5

"Cotton on the Porch," 1981 

2 6

"Crystals on the Window," 1981 

2 7

"A Day at the Zoo," 1981 

2 8

"The Dezaly," 1981 

2 9

"Eve's Garden," 1981 

2 10

"F and L," 1981 

2 11

"F-Stop," 1981 

2 12

"Gideon on Cross Hampton Beach," 1981 

2 13

"The Good Humor Man," 1981 

2 14

"The Meaning of Life in Seven Short Verses," 1981 

2 15

"A Pair of Shoes," 1981 

2 16

"Prime Time," 1981 

2 17

"Scenes," 1981 

2 18

"Scrabble: A Word Game," 1981 

2 19

"The Scrabble Game," 1981 

2 20

"Stopping," 1981 

2 21

"Trio?," 1981 

2 22

"The Triumphant Return of Daedalus Maguire, Detective," 1981 

2 23

"The Wild Rose," 1981 

2 24

"An Untitled Play," 1981 

2 25

"Insulation," April 23-31, 1982 

2 26

"Last Rights," 1982 

2 27

"Something Stagnant," 1982 

2 28

"The Sound of the Wheels," 1982 

2 29

"Snowdrift," 1982 

2 30

"Tsar Trajan's Ears" and "The Frog King," 1982 

2 31

Untitled, 1982 

2 32

"After Metropolis," 1984 

2 33

"Andromeda," 1984 

2 34

"Andromeda," 1984 

2 35

"Break," 1984 

2 36

"Casual Ties," 1984 

2 37

"Cathedrals of Our Own," 1984 

2 38

"The Clash," 1984 

2 39

"Don't Need Life (High on Drugs)," 1984 

2 40

"A Gift," 1984 

2 41

"Help Me! I Like it Here," 1984 

2 42

"Just Visiting," 1984 

2 43

"Landscaping," 1984 

2 44

"Mending Wall," 1984 

2 45

"Otis 7:5-10," 1984 

2 46

"Peanut Butter and Jelly," 1984 

2 47

"Puck's at it Again," 1984 

2 48

"Things That Go Bump in the Night," 1984 

2 49

"Three Friends," 1984 

2 50

"Transmissions," 1984 

2 51

"Unless You're There," 1984 

2 52

"By October," 1985 

2 53

"The Dangling Conversation," 1985 

2 54

"The Dangling Conversation," 1985 

2 55

"Epidemic," 1985 

2 56

"Family Picture," 1985 

2 57

"The Flying Artificer," 1985 

2 58

"I Doubt No More," 1985 

2 59

"A Letter to Anyone," 1985 

2 60

"Mere Players," 1985 

2 61

"Mother, Witch, Playmate," 1985 

2 62

"Opening Darkness," 1985 

2 63

"Programmed Affection," 1985 

2 64

"Programmed Affection," 1985 

2 65

"Short Monologue," 1985 

2 66

"Still Life for Three," 1985 

2 67

"Balkan Jazz," 1986 

2 68

"Chinese Take-Out," 1986 

2 69

"Chinese Take-Out," 1986 

2 70

"The Creep Game," 1986 

2 71

"The Creep Game," 1986 

2 72

"Crossing the Bar," 1986 

2 73

"A Cubist Fantasy," 1986 

2 74

"A Cubist Fantasy," 1986 

2 75

"The Cult of the Cave," 1986 

2 76

"Daisy and Rose," 1986 

2 77

"Daisy and Rose," 1986 

2 78

"Falling Stars," 1986 

2 79

"Falling Stars," 1986 

2 80

"Futility in Seven Scenes," 1986 

2 81

"Futility in Seven Scenes," 1986 

2 82

"Godfrey is Nervous," 1986 

2 83

"Godfrey is Nervous," 1986 

2 84

"Have a Ghost for Tea," 1986 

2 85

"Have a Ghost for Tea," 1986 

2 86

"Letting Go," 1986 

2 87

"A Man at the Table," 1986 

2 88

"A Man at the Table," 1986 

2 89

""The More Things Change...," 1986 

2 90

"The Number You Have Reached," 1986 

2 91

"The Number You Have Reached," 1986 

2 92

"Riposte," 1986 

2 93

"Seminar Song," 1986 

2 94

"Seminar Song," 1986 

2 95

"Shake Fear," 1986 

2 96

"The Sounds and Sights of Lust," 1986 

2 97

"The Sounds and Sights of Lust," 1986 

2 98

"The Strangely Changing Smoke of Dreams," 1986 

2 99

"The Strangely Changing Smoke of Dreams," 1986 

2 100

"This Country," 1986 

2 101

"This Country," 1986 

2 102

"This Little Life o' Mine," 1986 

2 103

"Where Do We Seek Refuge?," 1986 

2 104

"Where Do We Seek Refuge?," 1986 

2 105

"Wish You Were Here Instead of Me," 1986 

2 106

"Affection is Cheaper by the Pound," 1987 

2 107

"Alphabet City," 1987 

2 108

"The Best of Scattergood," 1987 

2 109

"The Birthday Present," 1987 

2 110

"Days Like Bullets/Men in a Gun," 1987 

2 111

"Fanatica," 1987 

2 112

"Forging Through History," 1987 

2 113

"I Love You," 1987 

2 114

"In Media Res," 1987 

2 115

"Insomnia," 1987 

2 116

"The Lighting of Candles," 1987 

2 117

"Max's Adventures," 1987 

2 118

"The Myth of Sipping," 1987 

2 119

"Newton's Idea," 1987 

2 120

"Proletarian Love Gods," 1987 

2 121

"So Help Me God," 1987 

2 122

"Smitten, Again," 1987 

2 123

"Three White Tickets," 1987 

2 124

"Up Late Last Night," 1987 

3 1

"The Left Hand," 1988 

3 2

"The Left Hand," 1988 

3 3

"Rib Gift," 1988 

3 4

"The Tragedy of Niobe," 1988 

3 5

"Amanda's Cathedral," 1989 

3 6

"Anniversary," 1989 

3 7

"Ashes," 1989 

3 8

"A Bar Called Limbo," 1989 

3 9

"The Brain Box Ritual," 1989 

3 10

"Cathedral in the Desert," 1989 

3 11

"The Carnies," 1989 

3 12

"The Cygnets," 1989 

3 13

"The Death of Anton Webern," 1989 

3 14

"Drama Digest," 1989 

3 15

"Green Eggs and Ham," 1989 

3 16

"Hubert Norbert: Boom Operator on 'The Cosby Show'," 1989 

3 17

"In the Beginning," 1989 

3 18

"Ode to Escher," 1989 

3 19

"Omega," 1989 

3 20

"Omega," 1989 

3 21

"The Playhouse," 1989 

3 22

"Wishing Vicki Goodnight," 1989 

3 23

"Slapton Sands," 1990 

3 24

"As Far as Siam," 1991 

3 25

"Brocken Bread, Brocken Lord," 1991 

3 26

"Catch as Catch Can," 1991 

3 27

"Charades," 1991 

3 28

"A Common Past," 1991 

3 29

"House o' Fleas," 1991 

3 30

"Lemmings," 1991 

3 31

"Muttmania," 1991 

3 32

"Roller Skating Through the Rockies," 1991 

3 33

Untitled, 1991 

3 34

"When Mountains Cry," 1991 

3 35

"When Mountains Cry," 1991 

3 36

"When Mountains Cry," 1991 

3 37

"A Chink in the Armor," 1992 

3 38

"Dashboard Savior," 1992 

3 39

"The Delivery," 1992 

3 40

"The Delivery," 1992 

3 41

"The Gift," 1992 

3 42

"The Great Generational Divide," 1992 

3 43

"Greyhound 411," 1992 

3 44

"Honoring Thy Mother," 1992 

3 45

"Just a Little (Mis)Understanding," 1992 

3 46

"Laundry Room Religion," 1992 

3 47

"Lultima Cena," 1992 

3 48

"Marty," 1992 

3 49

"Myrmidon," 1992 

3 50

"No Class on Long Island," 1992 

4 1

"Questionable Destiny," 1992 

4 2

Untitled, 1992 

4 3

Untitled, 1992 

4 4

"The Artist," 1993 

4 5

"Face Down," 1993 

4 6

"The Kaleidoscope," 1993 

4 7

"The Kaleidoscope," 1993 

4 8

"Kung Fu You," 1993 

4 9

"The Principles of Light and Time," 1993 

4 10

"Trinity," 1993 

4 11

"A Bachelor's Padding," 1994 

4 12

"Common Good," 1994 

4 13

"Jumping," 1994 

4 14

"Tea Time," 1994 

4 15

"Adventures of the Domino's Pizza Man," n.d. 

4 16

"The Arena," n.d. 

4 17

"The Battler," n.d. 

4 18

"The Blind Leading the Blind," n.d. 

4 19

"A Cabby...A Man's Best Friend," n.d. 

4 20

"Cain and Abel," n.d. 

4 21

"The Cell," n.d. 

4 22

"The Chosen One," n.d. 

4 23

"Clash," n.d. 

4 24

"Clown," n.d. 

4 25

"The Dancer from the Dance," n.d. 

4 26

"Die, Piggie, Die!," n.d. 

4 27

"Doors," n.d. 

4 28

"The Egotist," n.d. 

4 29

"Employees," n.d. 

4 30

"The End of the Line," n.d. 

4 31

"The End of Something," n.d. 

4 32

"Excerpt," n.d. 

4 33

"Fin de Siecle," n.d. 

4 34

"The First Time," n.d. 

4 35

"Four Comedies," n.d. 

4 36

"A Game of Players," n.d. 

4 37

"Go Placidly," n.d. 

4 38

"Grandma Dibb," n.d. 

4 39

"Hello! My Mother's Dead," n.d. 

4 40

"If Wishes Were Horses," n.d. 

4 41

"I'll Take the F-Train," n.d. 

4 42

"Interviews," n.d. 

4 43

"In the Loop," n.d. 

4 44

"In the Loop," n.d. 

4 45

"It's Nothing," n.d. 

5 1

"Kid's World," n.d. 

5 2

"L.A. or Bust," n.d. 

5 3

"The Last Party," n.d. 

5 4

"Lazarus Blues," n.d. 

5 5

"Long Distance Dedication," n.d. 

5 6

"A Man's Devotion," n.d. 

5 7

"The Mark of Beauty," n.d. 

5 8

"Memory Lane," n.d. 

5 9

"Memory Lane," n.d. 

5 10

"Natural Wonder," n.d. 

5 11

"No More Flowers," n.d. 

5 12

"The Nose," n.d. 

5 13

"The Obvious Man," n.d. 

5 14

"One Hundred and Sixty-Five Degrees," n.d. 

5 15

"On Making a Play for Words," n.d. 

5 16

"The Pine Brothers," n.d. 

5 17

"Raze," n.d. 

5 18

"The Red Tack," n.d. 

5 19

"The Rose Bud," n.d. 

5 20

"Sandcastles," n.d. 

5 21

"Sarajevo," n.d. 

5 22

"Silver Star," n.d. 

5 23

"Smokehouse," n.d. 

5 24

"Snow Job," n.d. 

5 25

"Squirrels," n.d. 

5 26

"Sweet and Sour," n.d. 

5 27

"Swigging," n.d. 

5 28

"Subway," n.d. 

5 29

"Talkin' Trash," n.d. 

5 30

"Teacher's Game," n.d. 

5 31

"The Theft of Corporal Waterson," n.d. 

5 32

"This Red Horse," n.d. 

5 33

"This Red Horse," n.d. 

5 34

"The Three-Day Blow," n.d. 

5 35

"'Til Death Do Us Part," n.d. 

5 36

"Too Sensitive for Life," n.d. 

5 37

"Trance Formations," n.d. 

5 38

"Two Plays," n.d. 

5 39

"Under the Circumstances," n.d. 

5 40

"Victrola," n.d. 

5 41

"Victrola," n.d. 

5 42

"Wasps," n.d. 

5 43

"X-Mas With Dear Old Dad," n.d. 

5 44

"Youth on Trial," n.d. 

5 45

Untitled, n.d. 

5 46

Untitled, n.d. 

5 47

Untitled, n.d. 

5 48

Untitled, n.d. 

5 49

Untitled, n.d. 

5 50

Untitled, n.d. 


4.48.6: Images   3.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

Photographs, negatives, and slides of rehearsals, productions, scene designs, and individual actors. Slide series unprocessed and undated.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically by material type.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

4.48.6.1: Photographs 

Box Folder
1 1

"She Stoops to Conquer," 1904. 

1 2

"The Taming of the Shrew," 1912. 

1 3

"As You Like It," 1916. 

1 4

"The Taming of the Shrew," 1921. 

1 5

"The Merry Wives of Windsor," 1923. 

1 6

"Macbeth," 1924. 

1 7

"Much Ado About Nothing," 1926. 

1 8

"The Petrified Forest," 1940. 

1 9

"And Miles Around," 1943. 

1 10

"Othello," 1949. 

1 11

"Petticoat Fever," 1950. 

1 12

"One on the House," 1951. 

1 13

"Richard II," 1951. 

1 14

"Yes, My Darling Daughter," 1951. 

1 15-19

"Hamlet," 1952. 

1 20

"It's a Fact," 1952. 

1 21

"Murder in the Cathedral," 1952. 

1 22

"The Merchant of Venice," 1953. 

1 23

"Boy With a Cart," 1954. 

1 24

"Love for Love," 1954. 

1 25

"Misalliance," 1954. 

1 26

"While the Cat's Away," 1954. 

1 27-46

"Billy Budd," 1955. 

1 47

"Mr. Roberts," 1958. 

1 48

"Streetcar Named Desire," 1958. 

1 49

"Tiger at the Gates," 1958. 

1 50

"Volpone," 1958. 

1 51-65

"The Importance of Being Ernest," 1959. 

1 66

"Misanthrope," 1959. 

1 67

"My Three Angels," 1959. 

1 68

"As You Like It," 1960. 

1 69-81

"Playboy of the Western World," 1960. 

1 82

"Romeo and Juliet," 1961. 

1 83-84

"Five Finger Exercize," 1962. 

1 85-92

"Legend of Lute," 1962. 

1 93

"Duchess of Malfi," 1963. 

1 94-95

"Rashomon," 1963. 

1 96-111

Student Written One-Acts, 1963. 

1 112-126

"Thieves' Carnival," 1963. 

1 127

"Decoration Day," 1964. 

1 128-134

"The Private Ear and the Public Eye," 1964. 

1 135

"Threepenny Opera," 1965. 

1 136

"The Alchemists," 1967. 

1 137

"The Physicists," 1967. 

1 138-145

"King John," 1971. 

1 146-151

"Thieves' Carnival," 1972. 

1 152

"Ah, Wilderness," 1973. 

1 153

"King Lear," 1973. 

1 154

"Oh What a Lovely War," 1973. 

1 155

"Camino Real," 1974. 

1 156-169

"She Stoops to Conquer," 1974. 

1 170

"A Midsummer Night's Dream," 1975. 

1 171

"Antigone," 1976. 

1 172

"A Slight Ache," 1976. 

1 173

"Twelfth Night," 1976. 

1 174-177

"Two Gentlemen of Verona," 1976. 

1 178-181

"Anything Goes," 1977. 

1 182-185

Experimental Theater, 1977. 

1 186-242

"When You Coming Back, Red Ryder?," 1977. 

1 243

"Peter Pan," 1978. 

1 244

"Guys and Dolls," 1979 

1 245

"As You Like It," 1982. 

1 246-255

"Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth," 1983. 

1 256

"The Cherry Orchard," 1984. 

1 257-269

"No, No Nanette," 1984. 

1 270-272

"Ten Little Indians," 1984. 

2 1-57

"Pippin," 1985. 

2 58-66

"The Taming of the Shrew," 1985. 

2 67-78

"Othello," 1986. 

2 79-94

"Travesties," 1986. 

2 95-121

"West Side Story," 1986. 

2 122-150

"Fiddler on the Roof," 1987. 

2 151-187

"Henry IV, Part I," 1987. 

2 187-189

"Henry IV, Part II," 1987. 

2 190-218

"Museum," 1987. 

2 219-230

"All My Sons," 1988. 

2 231-247

"The Boyfriend," 1988. 

2 248-261

"The Importance of Being Ernest," 1988. 

2 262-272

"The Mound Builders," 1989. 

3 1-43

"Of Thee I Sing," 1989. 

3 44-62

"School for Scandal," 1989. 

3 63-82

"The Merchant of Venice," 1990. 

3 83-93

"Oklahoma," 1990. 

3 94-104

"A Tomb With a View," 1990. 

3 105-134

"Art of Dining," 1991. 

3 135-143

"Corny-Copia," 1991. 

3 144-149

"Orphea," 1991. 

3 150-190

"Anything Goes," 1992. 

3 191-212

"The Misanthrope," 1992. 

3 213-222

"Uncommon Women," 1992. 

3 223-236

"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," 1993. 

3 237

Camile F. Sarrauf receiving the Mitchell Prize for Acting from Professor Wilmot B. Mitchell, 1955. 

3 238

Cast party, 1980s. 

3 239

Masque and Gown Board, ca.1920s. 

3 240

New Pickard Theater, n.d. 

3 241

Old Memorial Hall, n.d. 

3 242

Ray Rutan's 50th Birthday, 1977. 

3 243-249

Renovation of Pickard Theater, early 1980s. 

3 250

 

3 282

Unidentified, n.d. 

4 1

"The Taming of the Shrew," 1912 

4 2

"The Taming of the Shrew," 1921 

4 3

"Macbeth," 1924 

4 4

"Much Ado About Nothing," 1926 

4 5

"The Petrified Forest," 1940 

4 6

"Hamlet," 1952 

4 7

"Hamlet," 1952 

4 8

"Decoration Day," 1964 

4 9

"The Alchemist," 1967 

4 10

"The Physicists," 1967 

4 9-13

"Ah, Wilderness," 1973 

4 14-18

"King Lear," 1973 

4 19-20

"Oh What a Lovely War," 1973 

4 21

"Camino Real," 1974 

4 22-24

"She Stoops to Conquer," 1974 

4 25-30

"Antigone," 1976 

4 31

"Anything Goes," 1977 

4 32-35

"Peter Pan," 1978 

4 36-37

"Uncle Tom's Cabin," 1978 

4 38

"Guys and Dolls," 1979 

4 39

"The Cherry Orchard," 1984 

4 40

Ray Rutan's 50th Birthday, 1977 

4 41-50

Unidentified, n.d. 

5 1

"She Stoops to Conquer," 1904 

5 2

"And Miles Around," 1943 

5 3

"Rashomon," 1963 

5 4

"Rashomon," 1963 

5 5

"Threepenny Opera," 1965 

5 6

"As You Like It," 1982 

5 7

"As You Like It," 1982 

5 8

"Ten Little Indians," 1984 

4.48.6.2: Negatives 

Box Folder
1 1

"Doggs Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth," 1983 

1 2

"Pippin," 1985 

1 3

"Pippin," 1985 

1 4

"Pippin," 1985 

1 5

"The Taming of the Shrew," 1985 

1 6

"Othello," 1986 

1 7

"Othello," 1986 

1 8

"Travesties," 1986 

1 9

"West Side Story," 1986 

1 10

"Henry IV Part I," 1987 

1 11

"Museum," 1987 

1 12

"Museum," 1987 

1 13

"Museum," 1987 

1 14

"The Importance of Being Earnest," 1988 

1 15

"All My Sons," 1988 

1 16

"The Boyfriend," 1988 

1 17

"The Boyfriend," 1988 

1 18

"The Mound Builders," 1989 

1 19

"The Mound Builders," 1989 

1 20

"Of Thee I Sing," 1989 

1 21

"Of Thee I Sing," 1989 

1 22

"School for Scandal," 1989 

1 23

"School for Scandal," 1989 

1 24

"The Merchant of Venice," 1990 

1 25

"The Merchant of Venice," 1990 

1 26

"Oklahoma!," 1990 

1 27

"A Tomb With a View," 1990 

1 28

"The Art of Dining," 1991 

1 29

"The Art of Dining," 1991 

1 30

"The Art of Dining," 1991 

1 31

"Corny - Copia," 1991 

1 32

"Orphea," 1991 

1 33

"Anything Goes," 1992 

1 34

"Anything Goes," 1992 

1 35

"Anything Goes," 1992 

1 36

"Anything Goes," 1992 

1 37

"The Misanthrope," 1992 

1 38

"The Misanthrope," 1992 

1 39

"Uncommon Women and Others," 1992 

1 40

"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," 1993 

1 41

Renovation of Pickard Theater, early 1980s 

4.48.6.3: 35mm slides 


4.48.7: Scrapbooks   3.0 linear feet.

Series Description:

Scrapbooks compiled by Masque and Gown members and staff of the Department of Theater. Includes reviews of productions from area newspapers, photographs, programs, 1937-1970.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

1937 

1 2

1937-1943 

1 3

1943-1948 

1 4

1948 

1 5

1952-1955 

2 1

1955 

2 2

1961 

2 3

1961 

2 4

1966 

2 5

1970 

Box
3

Scrapbook Material 


4.48.8: Posters, 1904-1994, 2011, undated.   2.0 linear feet.

Series Description:

Posters advertising Masque and Gown productions, 1904-1994, 2011, undated.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Ovsz-Box Folder
1 1

1904-1939 

1 2

1941-1942 

1 3

1942 

1 4

1947 

1 5

1948 

1 6

1950-1951, 1955-1956 

1 7

1960 

1 8

1961 

1 9

1962 

1 10

1963 

1 11

1964 

1 12

1965 

1 13

1966 

1 14

1967 

1 15

1968 

1 16

1969 

2 1

1970 

2 2

1971 

2 3

1973 

2 4

1974 

2 5

1975 

2 6

1976 

2 7

1977 

2 8

1978 

2 9

1979 

2 10

1980 

2 11

1981 

2 12

1982 

2 13

1983 

2 14

1984 

2 15

1985 

2 16

1986 

2 17

1987 

2 18

1988 

2 19

1989 

2 20

1990 

2 21

1991 

2 22

1992 

2 23

1993 

2 24

1994 

2 25

2011 

2 26

Undated 


4.48.9: Production, costume, and set designs 

Series Description:

Production, costume, and set designs for Masque and Gown productions, 1927-1994.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

"R.U.R.," May, 1927 

1 2

"R.U.R.," May, 1927 

1 3

"Beaux Strategem," December, 1936 

1 4

"Shepherd of My People," August, 1942 

1 5

"A Dark Horse of a Different Color," April, 1946 

1 6

"The Cyclops of Euripedes," December, 1946 

1 7

"Twelfth Night," April, 1949 

1 8

"The Seven Against Thebes," June 1949 

1 9

"The Seven Against Thebes," June, 1949 

1 10

"Teahouse of the August Moon," May, 1960 

1 11

"Troilus and Cressida," June, 1965 

Map-case Drawer
12

"Thieves' Carnival," February, 1972 

13

"A Midsummer Night's Dream," May, 1975 

14

"Two Gentlemen of Verona," March 1976 

15

"The Enchanted," October, 1976 

16

"Peter Pan," March, 1978 

17

"Cabaret," March, 1982 

18

"A Tomb With a View," November, 1990 

19

"The Art of Dining," September, 1991 

20

"Sophocles: Electra," March, 1994 

21

"The Tempest," n.d. 

22

Unidentified, n.d. 

Ovsz-Box Folder
2 1

"Hay Fever," 1947 

2 2

"Love for Love," 1954 

2 3

"Teahouse of the August Moon," May, 1960 

2 4

"King John," November, 1971 

2 5

"The Hostage," May, 1972 

2 6

"King Lear," November, 1972 

2 7

"Ah, Wilderness," November, 1973 

2 8

"She Stoops to Conquer," February, 1974 

2 9

"Celebration," May, 1974 

2 10

"Camino Real," November, 1974 

2 11

"The Only Rose," March, 1975 

2 12

"The Scarecrow," October, 1975 

2 13

"Anything Goes," March, 1977 

2 14

"When You Coming Back, Red Ryder?," May, 1977 

2 15

"The Comedy of Errors," November, 1977 

2 16

"Hot L Baltimore," May, 1978 

2 17

"Uncle Tom's Cabin," October, 1978 

2 18

"Lion in Winter," November, 1978 

2 19

"The Glass Menagerie," November, 1978 

2 20

"Guys and Dolls," March, 1979 

2 21

"The Madwoman of Chaillot," October, 1979 

2 22

"Jesus Christ Superstar," March, 1980 

2 23

"Company," September, 1980 

2 24

"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," October, 1980 

2 25

"The Flies," 1980 

2 26

"The Pajama Game," March, 1981 

2 27

"Zoology," 1981 

2 28

"Scapino," October, 1982 

2 29

"As You Like It," November, 1982 

3 1

"Once Upon a Mattress," November, 1982 

3 2

"Beaux Strategem," November, 1983 

3 3

"No, No, Nanette," November, 1983 

3 4

"Ten Little Indians," October, 1984 

3 5

"The Cherry Orchard," November, 1984 

3 6

"Pippin," March, 1985 

3 7

"Evangeline," May, 1985 

3 8

"Black Comedy," October, 1985 

3 9

"The Taming of the Shrew," November, 1985 

3 10

"West Side Story," March, 1986 

3 11

"Travesties," October, 1986 

3 12

"Fiddler on the Roof," March, 1987 

3 13

"Henry IV, Part I," October, 1987 

3 14

"Museum," November, 1987 

3 15

"You Can't Take it With You," February, 1988 

3 16

"The Boyfriend," March, 1988 

3 17

"The Importance of Being Earnest," October, 1988 

3 18

"All My Sons," November, 1988 

3 19

"Of Thee I Sing," March, 1989 

3 20

"R.O.E. Major-Minor," February, 1989 

3 21

"The Mound Builders," October, 1989 

3 22

"School for Scandal," November, 1989 

3 23

"Oklahoma!," March, 1990 

3 24

"The Merchant of Venice," October, 1990 

3 25

"Corny-Copia," March, 1991 

3 26

"Orphea," March, 1991 

3 27

"Loot," February, 1992 

3 28

"Uncommon Women and Others," October, 1992 

3 29

"The Misanthrope," November, 1992 

3 30

"Anything Goes," 1992 

3 31

"The Perfect Party," February, 1993 

3 32

"Freedom's Journeyman," March, 1994 

3 33

Unidentified, n.d.