Communication and Theatre Edit

Summary

Level of Description
Sub-Group
Language
English

Dates

  • 1890 – 2011 (Creation)

Extents

  • 5 Boxes (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Abstract

    Arts and Science; Communications and Theatre; Bix: A Series of . . . Original Tape-Recorded Radio Programs on the Life and Music of Leon Bix Biederbecke; 1971; Box 1 [16A-H-4B]

    Not Indexed

    Arts and Science; Communications and Theatre; Theater Plays Directed by Ronald Kern at Miami University; 1949-64; Box 2 [SWORD] *** When searching for this box in Sierra use ART in the search box. Box 2 ART8 Barcode 814860405

    File:

    1. Everyman, April 1949 Prompt/Script

    2. Electra, Dec. 1951 Prompt/Script/Tape of Performance

    3. Blood Wedding, Dec. 1952 Prompt Script/Short Script Analysis

    4. The Hasty Heart, June 1953 Prompt Script

    5. Medea, Dec. 1954 Prompt Script

    6. Dark of the Moon, Dec. 1954; Jan. 1955 Prompt Script/Program

    7. Our Town, May 1959 Lightscript

    8. The Sea Gull, Dec. 1959 Program/Tape of Performance

    9. The Importance of Being Earnest, Dec. 1960 Program

    10. My Three Angels, May 1960 Program

    11. Oedipus, Dec. 1961 Program

    12. Skin of Our Teeth, May 1962 Prompt Script/Program

    13. The Tempest, March 1964 Prompt/Lightscript/Progam/

    14. Ah, Wilderness, Nov. 1964 Blocking and Lighting Scripts/Program

    15. Richard III March 1965 Prompt and Light Scripts

    16. Present Laughter October 1965 Prompt Script

    17. Merchant of Venice 1966 Prompt Script/Program

    18. Spoon River Anthology October 1966 Program

    19. Programs and Schedules (1949-54)

    Arts and Science; Communications and Theatre; Speech; 1890-1965; Box 3 Files:

    1. Speech 431 - "Persuasion" (Notebook)

    2-3. Speech Association: Central States and National (1951-52) National and Regional (1957-1962); Hi-Lights of 1956-1957 Speech Dramatic-Debate

    4. Speech Clinic - Communication Department 1946

    5. Speech and Hearing Therapy 1955

    6. Speech Thesis / Report "Cincinnati in 1860-1861"

    Arts and Science; Communications and Theatre; Programs; 1890-1965; Box 4 [16A-H-1C] Files:

    1. 1890

    a. "Part III. The Merchant of Oxford" (1890?)[Fragment of larger program]

    2. 1902

    a. "Dramatic Entertainment--Captains Wager, Wreck of Stebbins Pride" (February 4, 1902)

    b. "Vacation"; The Senior Class (June 10, 1902)

    3. 1908-09

    a. "The Merchant of Venice"; Senior Class of the College of Liberal Arts (June 17, 1908)

    b. "The Professors Love Story"; Miami Dramatic Club (February 2, 1909)

    4. 1910

    a. "The Private Secretary"; Miami University Dramatics (February 24, 1910)

    b. "As You Like It"; Senior Class of Miami University (June 14, 1910)

    5. 1911

    a. "The Admirable Crichton" (February 23, 1911)

    b. "Sister Beatrice"; Sophomore Class, Ohio State Normal College (June 12, 1911)

    c. "Richelieu"; The Senior Class (June 13, 1911)

    d. "The Admirable Crichton" (June 24, 1911)

    6. 1912

    a. "Quality Street"; Ye Merrie Players (March 15, 1912)

    b. "Romeo and Juliet"; Ye Merrie Players (January 12-13, 1912)

    7. 1913

    a. "The Servant in the House"; Ye Merrie Players (February 21, 1913)

    b. "Prunella"; Sophomore Class, Ohio State Normal College (June 13, 1913)

    8. 1914

    a. "Justice"; Ye Merrie Players (February 21, 1914)

    b. "Alice Sit-by-the-Fire"; Sophomore Class, Ohio State Normal College (June 12, 1914)

    c. "The Mollusc"; The Senior Class (June 16, 1914)

    9. 1915

    a. "Bunty Pulls the Strings"; Department of Public Speaking (February 26, 1915)

    b. "Joy"; Sophmore Class, Ohio State Normal College (June 4, 1915)

    c. "The Devils Disciple"; The Senior Class (June 8, 1915)

    10. 1916

    a. "The Melting Pot"; Ye Merrie Players (February 25, 1916)

    b. "A Pageant of Miami History"; Shakespeare Class of 1915-16 (June 3, 1916)

    11. 1917

    a. "Pillars of Society"; Ye Merrie Players (February 23, 1917)

    b. "Three Plays--Hyphens, The Family Foot, The Host"; The Class in Drama Appreciation (June 6, 1917)

    12. 1919

    a. "Mid-Year Plays--Lima Beans, Embers, At Night All Cats are Grey"; Ye Merrie Players (March 14, 1919)

    b. "His Majesty, Bunker Bean"; Ye Merrie Players (June 16, 1919)

    13. 1920

    a. "Her Husband’s Wife"; Ye Merrie Players (February 27, 1920)

    14. 1921

    a. "Tartuffe"; Ye Merrie Players (February 18-19, 1921)

    b. "Fanny’s First Play"; Ye Merrie Players (June 13, 1921)

    15. 1923

    a. "Like Falling Leaves"; Ye Merrie Players (February 23, 1923)

    16. 1924

    a. "John Ferguson"; Ye Merrie Players (February 15, 1924)

    b. "Kempy"; Ye Merrie Players (May 30, June 6, 1924; The Miami Masqueraders annouce Campus Wampus, May 9, 1924)

    17. 1925

    a. "Candida"; (February 20, 27, 1925)

    b. "Grumpy"; Ye Merrie Players (June 12, 1925)

    c. "Three Short Plays--Hycinth Halvey, The Clod, The Maker of Dreams"; Department of Public Speaking Drama Workshop (1925?)

    18. 1926

    a. "If I Were King"; Ye Merrie Players (February 25-26, 1926)

    b. "Nothing but the Truth"; Ye Merrie Players (March 26, 1926)

    c. "Nothing but the Truth"; Ye Merrie Players (June 11, 1926)

    19. 1927

    a. "Beggar on Horseback"; Ye Merrie Players (February 10-11, 1927)

    b. "In the Next Room"; Ye Merrie Players (June 10, 1927?)

    20. 1928

    a. "The Enemy"; Ye Merrie Players (February 16-17, 1928)

    b. "Arms and the Man" (May 25, June 8, 1928)

    21. 1929

    a. "The Quest of the Quezarre"; Ye Merrie Players (March 8-9, 1929)

    b. "Hay Fever"; Ye Merrie Players (May 24, June 7, 1929)

    c. "Cock Robin"; Ye Merrie Players (November 8-9, 1929)

    22. 1930

    a. "The Show-Off"; Ye Merrie Players (May 23, June 6, 1930)

    b. "The Torch Bearers"; Ye Merrie Players (November 7-8, 1930)

    23. 1931

    a. "Pygmalion"; Ye Merrie Players (February 12-13, 1931)

    b. "Beyond the Horizon"; Ye Merrie Players (March 13-14, 1931)

    c. "Aren’t We All"; Ye Merrie Players (May 22, June 12, 1931)

    d. "The Importance of Being Earnest" (October 30-31, 1931)

    24. 1932

    a. "Caponsacchi"; Ye Merrie Players (February 18-19, 1932)

    b. "The First Mrs. Fraser"; Ye Merrie Players (May 26, June 10, 1932)

    c. "The Truth About Blayds"; Ye Merrie Players (November 3-4, 1932)

    25. 1933

    a. "Romeo and Juliet"; Ye Merrie Players (January 12-13, 1933)

    b. "Berkeley Square"; Ye Merrie Players (May 26, June 9, 1933)

    c. "Caroline"; Ye Merrie Players (November 17, 1933)

    26. 1934

    a. "The Taming of the Shrew"; Ye Merrie Players (March 8-9, 1934)

    b. "The Circle"; Ye Merrie Players (June 8, 1934)

    c. "The Late Christopher Bean"; Ye Merrie Players (November 1- 2, 1934)

    d. "Ye Merrie Players Frolic, 1934"

    27. 1935

    a. "The Merchant of Venice"; Ye Merrie Players (February 14-15, 1935)

    b. "The Tavern"; Ye Merrie Players (May 22, June 7, 1935) [with biographical sketch of participants]

    c. "Her Husband’s Wife"; Department of Speech (July 23, 1935)

    d. "The Great Broxopp"; Ye Merrie Players (November 21-22, 1935)

    e. "The Homecoming Frolic"; Ye Merrie Players (October 25, 1935)

    28. 1936

    a. "If I Were King"; Ye Merrie Players (March 12-14, 1936)

    b. "Lady Poverty"; Department of Speech (April 19, 1936)

    c. "Petticoat Fever"; Ye Merrie Players (May 22, June 12, 1936)

    d. "McGuffey Minatures" (June 24, 1936)

    e. "Kind Lady"; Ye Merrie Players (November 19-20, 1936)

    29. 1937

    a. "Macbeth"; Ye Merrie Players (March 18-19, 1937)

    b. "Accent on Youth" Ye Merrie Players (May 21, June 12, 1937)

    c. "The Dover Road"; Department of Speech (July 26, 1937)

    d. "Outward Bound"; Ye Merrie Players (November 18-19, 1937)

    30. 1938

    a. "Hamlet"; Ye Merrie Players (March 5, 12, 1938)

    b. "Lady of Letters"; Ye Merrie Players (May 20, June 11, 1938)

    c. "The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife"; Department of Speech (July 18, 1938?)

    d. "Another Language"; Ye Merrie Players (November 3-4, 1938)

    e. "Ile, The Woman Who Understood Me"; Freshman Players (November 8, 1938)

    31. 1939

    a. "The Intruder, The Marriage Has Been Arranged"; Speech 410 Class (March 23, 1939)

    b. "Biography"; Ye Merrie Players (May 19, June 10, 1939)

    c. "Death Takes a Holiday"; Ye Merrie Players (November 9-10, 1939)

    d. "Twentieth-Century Lullaby"/"The Same Old Thing" Freshman Players (November 14, 1939)

    e. "Workshop Plays--Wisdom Teeth, Strictly Business"; Speech 410 Class (November 30, 1939)

    f. "Workshop Plays--No Stars Tomorrow"; Speech 410 Class ([1939])

    32. 1940

    a. "Minnie Field, Careers"; Speech 410 Class (January 9, 1940)

    b. "Twelfth Night"; Ye Merrie Players (March 2, 9, 1940)

    c. "The Silver Lining"; Speech 410 Class (March 14, 1940)

    d. "Fancy Free, Henrys Bottle"; Speech 410 Class (March 22, 1940)

    e. "An Unnamed Play, The Man in the Bowler Hat"; Speech 410 Class (April 11, 1940)

    f. "Modesty, Hands Across the Sea"; Speech 410 Class (April 16, 1940)

    g. "Of Sound and Fury, Suppressed Desires"; Speech 410 Class (April 23, 1940)

    h. "Sham, Saturdays Children"; Speech 410 Class (April 30, 1940)

    i. "Hay-Fever"; Ye Merrie Players (May 17, June 8, 1940)

    j. "Petrified Forest"; Ye Merrie Players (October 31, November 1, 1940)

    33. 1941

    a. "Mary of Scotland"; Ye Merrie Players (March 6-7, 1941)

    b. "Here Today"; Department of Speech (May 15, 16; June 7, 1941)

    c. "Oedipus Rex"; Department of Speech (October 9-11, 1941)

    d. "The Dark Tower"; Department of Speech (October 30-31, 1941)

    e. "The Taming of the Shrew"; Department of Speech (November 13, 14, 15, 1941)

    34. 1942

    a. "A Doll’s House"; Department of Speech (February 12-14, 1942)

    b. "King Henry IV, Pt. 1"; Ye Merrie Players (February 28, March 7, 1942)

    c. "Lavare"; French Department (March 13-14, 1942)

    d. "The Drunkard, or The Fallen Saved"; Department of Speech (March 25-27, 1942)

    e. "The Fall of the City"; Department of Speech (April 16-18, 1942)

    f. "Out of the Frying Pan"; Ye Merrie Players (May 30, 1942)

    g. "The Doctor in Spite of Himself"; Department of Speech (May 7, 8, 1942)

    h. "The Contrast"; Miami University Players (October 22-24, 1942)

    35. 1943

    a. "Ladies in Retirement"; Miami University Theatre (November 5- 6, 1943)

    b. "Christmas Stars"; Miami University Theatre (December 3-4, 1943)

    36. 1944

    a. "The Women"; Miami University Theatre (March 3-4, 1944)

    b. "Freud and Fantasy"; Student War Activity Council (March 18, 1944)

    c. "Three One-Act Plays by August Strindberg--The Stronger, Motherly Love, Simoon"; Miami University Theatre (April 14-15, 1944)

    d. "Dark Eyes"; Ye Merrie Players (May 12-13, 27, 1944)

    e. "The Damask Cheek"; Miami University Theatre (November 3- 4, 1944)

    f. "All’s Well That Ends Well"; Miami University Theatre (December 1-2, 1944)

    g. "Dust Road"; Westmister Student Fellowship (December 10, 1944)

    h. Fellowship Players present "Smokey", (no date)

    i. Student Fellowship Meeting A Halloween Party for Students, October 29, (194?)

    37. 1945

    a. "Candida"; Miami University Theatre (March 2-3, 1945)

    b. "The Unattainable"; Ye Merrie Players (June 2, 1945)

    c. "The Cradle Song"; Miami University Theatre (November 2-3, 1945)

    d. "Miss Julie"; Miami University Theatre (November 30; December 1, 1945)

    38. 1946

    a. "Hedda Gabler"; Miami University Theatre (March 1-2, 1946)

    b. "Blithe Spirit"; Miami University Theatre (May 10-11; June 1, 1946)

    c. "The Male Animal"; Miami University Theatre (November 1-2, 1946)

    d. "The Lady Shows Her Medals" / "Bride Ship"; Miami University Theatre (Fall 1946?)

    39. 1947

    a. "Othello"; Miami University Theatre (February 27-28; March 1, 1947)

    b. "Two One-Act Plays--From Morn to Midnight, The Glittering Gate"; Miami University Theatre (April 18, 19, 1947)

    c. "Angel Street"; Miami University Theatre (May 9-10; June 7, 1947)

    d. "A Scrap of Paper"; Miami University Theatre (October 30-31; November 1, 1947)

    e. "A Program of Student Productions--Riders to the Sea, King Arthurs Socks, The Fourth Mrs. Phillips"; Miami University Theatre (November 14-15, 1947)

    f. "The Father"; Miami University Theatre (December 11-13, 1947)

    40. 1948

    a. "The Merchant of Venice"; Miami University Theatre (February 26-28, 1948)

    b. "The Green Pastures"; Miami University Theatre (March 18-20, 1948)

    c. "Tristram"; Miami University Theatre (April 15-17, 1948)

    d. "Papa is All"; Miami University Theatre (May 7-8; June 5, 1948)

    e. "The Death of Tintagiles"; Miami University Theatre (May 13-15, 1948)

    f. "Fire Sale"; Miami University Theatre (November 4-6, 1948)

    g. "The Wandering Scholar from Paradise"; Miami University Theatre (December 9-11, 1948)

    h. Bigraphical cast flyer (n.d.)

    41. 1949

    a. "Trifles"/"Ways and Means"; Miami University Theatre (January 13-15, 1949)

    b. "Julius Caesar"; Miami University Theatre (February 24-26, 1949)

    c. "Johnny Johnson"; Miami University Theatre (April 14-16, 1949)

    d. "Everyman"; Miami University Theatre (April 21-23, 1949)

    e. "Sister Beatrice"; Miami University Theatre (April 28-30, 1949)

    f. "Post Road"; Miami University Theatre (May 6-7; June 4, 1949)

    g. "Hello Out There"; Miami University Theatre (May 12-14, 1949)

    h. "Everyman"; Miami Univeristy Theatre (May 20, 1949)

    i. "The Eve of St. Mark"; Miami University Theatre (November 5- 6, 1949)

    j. "The Two Shepherds"; Miami University Theatre (December 8- 10, 1949)

    k. "The Hungerers"; Miami University Theatre ([1949])

    l. "The Game of Chess"; Miami University Theatre ([1949])

    42. 1950

    a. "Never No Third Degree"; Miami University Theatre (January 12-14, 1950)

    b. "Arms and the Man"; Miami University Theatre (February 16- 18, 1950)

    c. "The Kings Threshold"; Miami University Theatre (March 16- 18, 1950)

    d. "Hello Out There"; Miami University Theatre (April 13-15, 1950)

    e. "I Like It Here"; Miami University Theatre (May 12-13; June 10, 1950)

    f. "The Heart is Proud"; Miami University Theatre (May 25-27, 1950)

    g. "Judge Lynch"; Miami University Theatre (October 26-28, 1950)

    h. "Goodbye, My Fancy"; Miami University Theatre (November 9-11, 1950)

    i. "The Will"; Miami University Theatre (November 16-18, 1950)

    j. "Fumed Oak"; Miami University Theatre (November 30; December 1-2, 1950)

    k. "Many Moons"; Miami University Theatre ([1950])

    l. "Thread OScarlet" / "Overruled"; Towers Theatre ([1950])

    43. 1951

    a. "The Infernal Machine"; Miami University Theatre (January 18-20, 1951)

    b. "The Eldest"; Miami University Theatre (February 9-10, 1951)

    c. "King Richard III"; Miami University Theatre (March 1-3, 1951)

    d. "Six Characters in Search Of An Author"; Miami University Theatre (March 15-17, 1951)

    e. "Antigone"; Miami University Theatre (April 12-14, 1951)

    f. "And So Ad Infinitum"; Miami University Theatre (April 19-21, 1951)

    g. "The Guardsman"; Miami University Theatre (May 11-12; June 9, 1951)

    h. "Man in the Stalls"; Miami University Theatre (May 17-19, 1951)

    i. "The Homecoming Variety Show"; Miami University Theatre (October 19-20, 1951)

    j. "Harvey"; Miami University Theatre (November 1-4, 1951)

    44. 1952

    a. "Sicilian Lines"; Miami University Theatre (January 17-19, 1952)

    b. "Much Ado About Nothing"; Miami University Theatre (February 29; March 1, 1952)

    c. "The Emperor Jones"; Miami University Theatre (April 24-26, 1952)

    d. "The Enchanted Cottage"; Miami University Theatre (May 9-10, 1952)

    e. "One Act Play Festival--The Dear Departed, The Rising of the Moon, Night Club" (May 15-16, 1952)

    f. "Intermezzo"; Miami University Theatre (May 22-24, 1952)

    g. "I Remember Mama"; Miami University Theatre (November 6-8, 1952)

    h. "Blood Wedding"; Miami University Theatre (December 11-13, 1952)

    i. "Electra" ([1952])

    45. 1953

    a. "The Romancers"; Miami University Theatre Extension Service (January 10-12, 1953?)

    b. "Ile" / "Suppressed Desires"; Miami University Theatre (January 15-17, 1953)

    c. "Romeo and Juliet"; Miami University Theatre (March 5-7, 1953)

    d. "Minnie Field" / "Anatos Wedding Morning"; Miami University Theatre (April 9-11, 1953)

    e. "The Hasty Heart"; Miami University Theatre ([May 1953])

    f. "Aria Da Capo" / "A Kiss in Xanadu" / "The Browing Version" Miami Univeristy Theatre (May 14-16, 1953)

    g. "Hands Across The Sea"; Ye Merrie Players (May 21-23, 1953)

    h. "The Lady’s Not For Burning"; Miami University Theatre (November 5-7, 1953)

    i. "Medea"; Miami University Theatre (December 3-5, 1953)

    j. "The Clod" / "Overtones"; Miami University Theatre ([1953])

    46. 1954

    a. "Two One-Act Plays--The Twelve Pound Look, The Valiant"; Drama Seminar Theatre [Speech 401] (January 7-9, 1954)

    b. "Still Life"; Drama Seminar Theatre [Speech 401] (January 15-16, 1954)

    c. "Two Gentlemen of Verona"; Miami University Theatre (March 4-6, 1954)

    d. "Ways and Means"; Seminar Theatre (April 8-10, 1954)

    e. "The Importance of Being Earnest" (April 22-24, 1954)

    f. "The Man Who Came To Dinner"; Miami University Theatre (May 6-8, 1954)

    g. "Man and the Masses"; Drama Seminar Theatre (May 13-14, 1954)

    h. "Death of a Salesman"; Miami University Theatre (November 4-6, 1954)

    i. "Dark of the Moon"; Miami University Theatre (December 9-11, 1954)

    47. 1955

    a. "Another Way Out"; Drama Seminar Theatre (January 13-15, 1955)

    b. "The Taming of the Shrew"; Miami University Theatre (March 3-5, 1955)

    c. "Arsenic and Old Lace"; Miami University Theatre (May 5-7, 1955)

    d. "Four One-Act Plays--Hello, Out There, The Young Hack and His Girl, The Dear Departed, The Boor"; Play Directing Class [Speech 301-302] (May 12-14, 1955)

    e. "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial"; Miami University Theatre (November 3-5, 1955)

    f. "Lady of the Dawn"; Miami University Theatre (December 8-10, 1955)

    48. 1956

    a. "A Midsummer Nights Dream"; Miami University Theatre (March 8-10, 1956)

    b. "Ten Nights in a Bar-room"; Miami University Theatre (May 10-12, 1956)

    c. "Don Juan in Hell"; Ye Merrie Players (May 18-19, 1956)

    d. "Three One-Act Plays--The Cats Mouth, Luxury in a Mausoleum, The Bronze Lady and the Crystal Gentleman"; Play Directing Class [Speech 401-402] (May 24-26, 1956)

    e. "The Crucible"; Miami University Theatre (November 1-3, 1956)

    f. "Tartuffe"; Miami University Theatre (December 11-15, 1956)

    49. 1957

    a. "Macbeth"; Miami University Theatre (March 7-9, 1957)

    b. "Born Yesterday"; (May 9-11, 1957)

    c. "The Telephone"/"The Medium"; Departments of Music and Drama (May 17-18, 1957)

    d. "Two Originals, One-Acts--A Requiem for a Practical Man, Selection"; Ye Merrie Players (May 24-25, 1957)

    e. "The Plays The Things" (Summer 1957)

    f. "Come Back Little Sheba"; Miami University Theatre (October 31, November 1-2, 1957)

    g. "Noah"; Miami University Theatre (December 12-14, 1957)

    50. 1958

    a. "Three One-Act Plays--The Intruder, The Happy Journey, Jubliee"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (January 9-11, 1958)

    b. "Faust"; Departments of Music and Drama (January 12, 1958)

    c. "As You Like It"; Miami University Theatre (March 6-8, 1958)

    d. "Blithe Spirit"; Miami University Theatre (May 8-10, 1958)

    e. "Cavalleria Rusticana"; Departments of Music and Drama (May 16-17, 1958)

    f. "Liliom"; Miami University Theatre (October 30-31; November 1, 1958)

    g. "The School for Scandal"; Miami University Theatre (December 11-13, 1958)

    51. 1959

    a. "Four One-Act Plays--Waiting for Lefty, Lady in a Cage, Ile, The Two"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (January 15-17, 1959)

    b. "Amahl and the Night Visitors"; Departments of Music and Drama (February 13-14, 1959)

    c. "Merry Wives of Windsor"; Miami University Theatre (March 12-14, 1959)

    d. "Our Town"; Miam University Theatre (May 7-9, 1959)

    e. "Androcles and the Lion"; Ye Merrie Players? (May 15-16, 1959)

    f. "Ghosts"/"Picnic"; Drama Seminar [Speech 402] (May 21-23, 1959)

    g. "Inherit the Wind"; Miami University Theatre (October 29-31, 1959)

    h. "The Sea Gull"; Miami University Theatre (December 9-12, 1959)

    52. 1960

    a. "Rigoletto"; Departments of Music and Drama (February 12-13, 1960)

    b. "Hello, Out There"/"Helenas Husband"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (March 10-12, 1960)

    c. "Twelveth Night"; Miami University Theatre (March 10-12, 1960)

    d. "Hansel and Gretel"; Miami University Theatre/McGuffey School (March 18-19, 1960)

    e. "My Three Angels"; Miami University Theatre (May 5-7, 1960)

    f. "The Will"/"The Triumph of an Egg"/"My Horn Book and My Top"/"Fumed Oak"; Drama Seminar [Speech 402 (May 12- 14, 1960)

    g. "The Winslow Boy"; Miami University Theatre (October 27-29, 1960)

    h. "The Importance of Being Earnest"; Miami University Theatre (December 1-3, 8-10, 1960)

    i. "Rumpelstiltskin"; Miami University Theatre/McGuffey School ([1960])

    j. "The Emperor’s New Clothes"; Miami University Theatre/ McGuffey School ([1960])

    53. 1961

    a. "A Well-Remembered Voice"/"Aria da Capo"; Miami University Theatre (January 12-14, 1961)

    b. "Julius Caesar"; Miami University Theatre (March 2-4, 1961)

    c. "The Drunkard, or The Fallen Saved"; Miami University Theatre (May 11-13, 1961)

    d. "A Trap is a Small Place"; Miami University Theatre (May 18- 20, 1961)

    e. "The Male Animal"; Miami University Theatre (November 2-4, 1961)

    f. "Oedipus, King of Thebes"; Miami University Theatre (December 7-9, 1961)

    54. 1962

    a. "The Maker of Dreams"/"The Long Christmas Dinner"/"Bedtime Story"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (January 11-13, 1962)

    b. "Twentieth Century Lullaby"/"The Cowcatcher on the Caboose"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (January 18-19, 1962)

    c. "The Skin of Our Teeth"; Miami University Theatre (May 10-12, 1962)

    d. "A Festival of International One-Act Plays--A Sunny Morning, The Man of Destiny, The Bear, The Sand Fox"; Drama Seminar (May 17-19, 1962)

    e. "Life With Father"; Miami University Theatre (November 8-10, 1962)

    f. "J.B."; Miami University Theatre (December 13-15, 1962)

    55. 1963

    a. "A Message"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401](January 10-12, 1963)

    b. "Measure for Measure"; Miami University Theatre (March 29, 1963)

    c. "The Madwoman of Chaillot"; Miami University Theatre (May 9-11, 1963)

    d. "A Festival of International One-Act Comedies--The Still Alarm, A Christmas Present, The Merry Death, A Village Wooing"; Drama Seminar [Speech 402] (May 16-18, 1963)

    e. "Bell, Book, and Candle"; Miami University Theatre (November 7-9, 1963)

    f. "Rinoceros"; Miami University Theatre (December 12-14, 1963)

    56. 1964

    a. "The January Quints 1964--Overtones, Tickless Time, Talithias Beetle, The Rainy Afternoon, The Old Lady Shows Her Medals"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (January 9-11, 1964)

    b. "The Tempest"; Miami University Theatre (March 12-14, 1964) "The Boyfriend"; Miami University Theatre (May 7-9, 1964)

    c. "The Second Festival of International One-Act Plays or Four Plays in Search of an Audience--Makeshifts, Escurial, The Stronger, Medea"; Drama Seminar [Speech 402] (May 14-16, 1964)

    d. "Ah Wilderness!"; Miami University Theatre (November 12-14, 1964)

    e. "Mother Courage and Her Children"; Miami University Theatre (December 10-12, 1964)

    57. 1965

    a. "An Evening of One-Act Plays--Portrait of a Madonna, The Case of the Crushed Petunias, This Property is Condemned, Another Way Out" (January 7-9, 1965)

    b. "Richard III"; Miami University Theatre (March 11-13, 1965)

    c. "Five One-Act Plays--The Man With a Flower in His Mouth; A Ticket to the City; The Sand Box; The Letters, A Touch of Marble"; Drama Seminar [Speech 402] (March 31; April 1-2, 1965)

    d. "The Man in the Stalls"/"Who Tied the Snakes Tongue?"/Too Close"/"The Middlemans Lesson"/"Let There Be Farce"/ "Overruled"; Drama Seminar (May 13-15, 1965)

    e. "The Glass Menagerie"; Miami University Theatre (October 14-16, 1965)

    f. "Present Laughter"; Miami University Theatre (November 4-6, 1965)

    g. "Confessional"/"Time to Lock up and Go Home"/"The Lesson"; Drama Seminar (December 2-4, 1965)

    58. 2001

    a. "Billy Kills the Kid" (April 25-26, 2001)

    Arts and Science; Communications and Theatre; Homer Abegglen Scrapbooks; 1941-57; Box 5 [SWORD]

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    10. 1940-41 (Broadway Productions)

  • Physical Location

    Miami University Archives, King Library, 3rd Floor, Walter Havighurst Special Collections, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do not circulate and are made available to users in the Miami University Archives.

  • Preferred Citation

    Miami University Libraries. Miami University Archives, Oxford, Ohio

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Materials do circulate and may only be used in the archives.

  • Index

    The Merchant of Oxford

Instances

  • Type
    Audio
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    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    1; Communications and Theatre; Bix: A Series of . . . Original Tape-Recorded Radio Programs on the Life and Music of Leon Bix Biederbecke; 1971; 16A-H-4B
  • Type
    Text
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    2; Communications and Theatre; Theater Plays Directed by Ronald Kern at Miami University; 1949-64; SWORD
  • Type
    Text
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    3; Communications and Theatre; Speech; 1890-1965
  • Type
    Text
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    4; Communications and Theatre; Programs; 1890-1965; 16A-H-1C
  • Type
    Graphic Materials
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    5; Communications and Theatre; Homer Abegglen Scrapbooks; 1941-57; SWORD

Components