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Fine Arts; Theatre; Miscellaneous Materials; 1913-90; Box 1 [16A-H-1B] Files: Publications/Brochures, 1967-90, and undated 1. MUT Newsletter (September 22, 1967); The Prop (October 5, 20; November 3, 17, 1967; January 19; February 2, 20; March 6, 27; April 15, 1968) 2.Backstage Pass (Fall 1990) 3. High School Drama Workshop Brochures (1967, 1969, and undated) Promotional Materials, 1977-78, 1987, and undated 4. "Ladyhouse Blues" (January 25-29, 1977?) 5. "The Contractor--A Haunting Reality" (October 6-8, 13, 15, 1977) 6. "Loot" (November 16-20, 1977) 7. "Steambath" (February 9-11, 1978) 8. "Cabaret" (March 2-4, 8-11, 1978) 9. "Summer and Smoke" (April 12-16, 1978) 10. 1977-78 Season 11. "The Merry Wives of Windsor (October 8-11, 14-17, 1987) 12. "Strange New Animal" (n.d.) 13. "Macbeth" (n.d.) 14. "Pygmalion" (n.d.) 15. "In Contempt" (n.d.) 16. Badges, Bumper Stickers, Christmas Cards (n.d.) Histories, 1966-85, and n.d. 17. " The Miami University Theatre: Old Dimensions, New Directions," Miami Alumnus (May 1966) 18. "Dr. Abegglen's Remarks to Open a Panel Discussion--Miami University Theatre and the Dramatic Arts"(June 18, 1966) 19. "Theatre at Miami," Miami Alumnus (May 1967) 20. "Miami University Theatre Celebrates 75th Year," Miamian (Fall 1985) 21. "Homer N. Abegglen, Professor of Speech," Miami Alumnus Miscellany, 1913-89, and undated 22. Theatre Graduates, Faculty, and Participants (1913-89) 23. Ye Merrie Players Membership Rolls (1915-48) 24. Financial Reports on Productions (1941-53) 25. Radio Curriculum (October 1946) 26. Theatre/WMUB Financial Ledger (1942-67) 27. Miami University Theatre Attendence Statistics (1951/52-1959/60) 28. "Information About the Miami University Theatre" (1957?) 29. Ye Merrie Players Minute and Record Book (1959-67) 30. "Miami University Theatre" (1961) 31. Village Playhouse Correspondence (1966-67) 32. News Clippings (1967, 1969) 33. Ohio Community Theatre Association Awards (1972) 34. Studio 88 Performance Policies (n.d.) 35. Materials/Forms for Theatre Students (n.d.) 36. Ye Merrie Players Constitution and Membership Certificate (n.d.) 37. Preliminary Lighting Images, Outside Scenes (n.d.) 38. Theatre Admissions Brochure (n.d.)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Plays Directed and/or Adapted by Clark Marlor: Scripts, Programs, News Clips; 1947-51; Box 1 [16A-H-2C] Files: 1. "Scrap of Paper" - Program, Newsclip (1947) 2. "The Tower" - Program, Newsclip, Poster (1947) 3. "Merchant of Venice" - Program (1948) 4. "Papa is All" - Director's Script, Costume and Stage Directions (1948) 5. "Papa is All" - Program, Newsclips (1948) 6. "Fire Sale - Program, Newsclips (1948) 7. "Wandering Scholar From Paradise"//"Gammer Gurton's Needle" - Program, Newsclips (1948) 8. "Julius Caeser" - Program, Newsclips (1949) 9. "Post Road" - Director's Script, Correspondence (1949) 10. "Post Road" - Program, Newsclips (1949) 11. "The Two Shepherds" - Director's Script, Correspondence (1949) 12. "The Two Shepherds" - Program, Newsclips (1949) 13. "I Like It Here" - Director's Script, Stage Directions (1950) 14. "I Like It Here" - Program, Newsclips (1950) 15. "Never No Third Degree"//"Out in the Rain" (n.d.) 16. Newsclips (1948, and undated) 17. Programs (1950-51)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Programs; 1913-85; Box 1 [16A-H-2A] Files: 1. 1913 Ye Merrie Players Presents "The Servant in the House" 2. 1966 - Miami University Theatre et. al. "The Visit" (February 16-19, 1966) "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, 1966) "The Merchant of Venice"(March 24-26, 1966) "The Curious Savage"(June 2-4, 1966) "Spoon River Anthology" (October 13-22, 1966) "The Clown Who Ran Away" (October 29, 1966) "Hippolytus" (November 30; December 1-4, 1966) "Two Bills of One-Act Plays--Who'll Teach My Baby Razor Blades? Forever the Wild Sweet Voice of Lovers, Ario da Capo, The Last of My Solid Gold Watches, Eliza and the Lexicon"; Drama Seminar [Speech 401](December 8-9, 10, 1966) 2. 1966 - Summer Theatre "The Three Penny Opera" (July 1-3, 8-10, 1966) "The Clown Who Ran Away"(July 13-17, 1966) "Arms and the Man" (July 22-24, 29-31, 1966) "The Bat"(August 5-7, 12-14, 1966) 3. 1967- Miami University Theatre, et al. "Much Ado About Nothing"(February 9-11, 16-18, 1967) "The Good Woman of Setzuan"(March 22-26, 1967) "Ways and Means"/"The Dwarfs"/"Minnie Field"/"Impromptu"; Drama Seminar (March 30-31; April 1, 1967) "The Night of the Iguana" (May 26-27, June 2-3, 1967) "The World We Live In"(October 12-14, 19-21, 1967) "The House at Pooh Corner" (November 11, 1967) "Look Homeward Angel"(November 30; December 1, 2-9, 1967) 4. 1967 - Summer Theatre "A Thurber Carnival"(June 29-30, July 1, 6-8, 1967) "The Firebugs" (July 13-15, 20-22, 1967) "The King Who Took Sunshine"; Miami University Summer Theatre/High School Drama Workshop (July 16-19, 1967) "The King and I"(July 27-29, August 3-5, 1967) 5. 1968 - Miami University Theatre, et. al. "King John" (February 22-29; March 1-2, 1968) "Thieves' Carnival" (March 28-30; April 4-6, 1968) "Picnic"(May 22-26, 1968) "The Crucible"(October 10-12, 16-19, 1968) "The Brave Little Tailor (October 25, 27, 1968) "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" (November 14-17, 20-24, 1968) 6. 1968 - Summer Theatre "The Fantasticks (June 27-30; July 3-7. 1968) "In White America" (July 11-13, 17-20, 1968) "You Can't Take It With You" (July 25-31, August 1-3, 1968) "Oh, What a Lovely War!" (August 8-11, 14-18, 1968) 7. 1969 - Miami University Theatre, et. al. "Serjeant Musgrave's Dance"(February 6-8, 12-15, 1969) "Tartuffe" (March 27-29, April 2-5, 1969) "My Sweet Charlie" (May 28-31; June 1, 1969) "Dark of the Moon" (November 12-15, 20-22, 1969) "Experimental II" (November 23, 1969) 8. 1969 - Summer Theatre "Bye Bye Birdie" (June 26-29; July 2-6, 1969) "The Hostage" (July 10-12, 16-19, 1969) "Ten Nights in a Bar-room" (July 24-31; August 1-2, 1969) "The Cave Dwellers" (August 7-9, 13-16, 1969) 9. 1970 - Miami University Theatre, et. al. "The Birthday Party" (January 22-24, 29-31, 1970) "The Devils" (February 26-28; March 5-7, 1970) "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"(April 16-18, 23-25, 1970) "Experimental III" (March 6, 1970) "Once Upon a Matress" (May 27-30, 1970) "Contribution" Studio 88/Miami University Theatre/The Black Theatre (November 5-6, 1970) "Marat/Sade" (November 5-7, 12-14, 1970) "Losers" Studio 88 (November 13, 1970) "El Hajj Malik" The Kuumba Players/Miami University Theatre/Black Student Action Association (November 17-18, 1970) "The Chairs" Studio 88 (November 20, 1970) "Spoon River Anthology" Studio 88 (December 4, 1970) 10. 1970 - Summer Theatre "The Boy Friend" (July 2-4, 8-11, 1970) "The King Who Took Sunshine" Summer Theatre/High School Drama Workshop (July 16-19, 1970) "Summertime" (July 16-18, 23-25, 1970) "Celebration" Miami University Summer Theatre/High School Drama Workshop (July 25, 1970) "Arsenic and Old Lace" (July 30-31, August 1,6-8, 1970) "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" (August 2-8, 1970) 11. 1971 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Orchesis: An Experimental in Dance" Studio 88 (January 15, 1971) "A Flea in Her Year" (January 28-30, February 4-6, 1971) "The Great Goodness of Life" Studio 88 (February 25, 1971) "Johnny Johnson" (February 25-28, March 4-7, 1971) "The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch" Studio 88 (March 5, 1971) "The American Dream" Studio 88 (March 12, 1971) "Huck Finn" Studio 88 (May 7, 1971) "The United States of America: The Early Years" Studio 88 (May 14, 1971) "As You Like It" (May 20-22, 27-29, 1971) "Rats"/"Charlie" Studio 88 (October 29, 1971) "Dick and Jane"/"Kill Viet Cong" Studio 88 (May 21, 1971) "The Feast" Studio 88 (May 28, 1971) "From the Modern Repertoire: Plays and Scenes of the Contemporary Drama" Studio 88 (June 4, 1971) "Contribution" Studio 88 (November 5-6, 1971) "Indians" (November 11-13, 18, 20, 1971) "Aria Da Capo" Studio 88 (November 19, 1971) 12. 1971 - Summer Theatre "Gypsy" (July 1-3, 7-10, 1971) "The Star Spangled Girl" (July 15-17, 22-24, 1971) "Windows"/"This Is the Rill Speaking"/"The Women at the Tomb"/"The Dumb-Waiter" High School Drama Workshop (July 24, 1971) "The Deadly Game" (July 29-31, August 5-7, 1971) 13. 1972 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "The Promise" (January 13-16, 20-23, 1972) "Dance Improvisation" Studio 88 (January 28, 1972) "La Farce De Maitre Pathelin" Studio 88 (February 4, 1972) "A Son Come Home" Studio 88 (February 4-5, 1972) "Heavy Set" Studio 88 (February 18, 1972) "The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl" Studio 88 (February 11, 1972) "Camelot" (February 24-26; March 1-4, 1972) "The Private Lives of the Master Race" Studio 88 (February 25, 1972) "Dutchman" Studio 88 (March 9-10, 1972) "The Killing of Sister George" (April 27-30; May 3-6, 1972) "Waiting for Godot" Studio 88 (May 5, 1972) "Mrs. Dally Has A Lover" Studio 88 (May 12, 1972) "The Man of Mode; Or, Sir Fopling Flutter" (May 18-20, 25-27, 1972) "Act Without Words"/"Acrobats" Studio 88 (October 27, 1972) "Camino Real" (November 2-4, 9-11, 1972) "The 12£ Look" Studio 88 (November 3, 1972) "The White Whore and the Bit Player" (November 10, 1972) "The Tiger" Studio 88 (November 17, 1972) "Dance Improvisation" Studio 88 (December 1, 1972) 14. 1972 - Summer Theatre "The Matchmaker" (June 29-30; July 6-8, 1972) "Sleeping Beauty" (July 5-9, 12-16, 1972) "What the Butler Saw" (July 13-15, 20-22, 1972) "Oliver!" (July 27-30; August 2-6, 1972) 15. 1973 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "And Things That Go Bump in the Night" (January 17-21, 1973) "Act 1: To Tuck, In Memory of the Acceptance" (February 7, 1973) "The Second Shepherd's Play" (February 16, 1973) "Thy Kingdom Come"/Dream Rhythms" New Playrights Series (February 20, 1973) "Stop the World, I Want To Get Off" (February 22-28; March 1-3, 1973) "Adaptation" Studio 88 (February 23, 1973) "Squirrels in a Birdfeeder" Studio 88 (February 28, 1973) "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" Studio 88 (March 2, 1973) "Interlude" New Playrights Series (March 7, 1973) "A Hatful of Rain" Studio 88 (March 9, 1973) "Burning Bright" (April 12-14, 18-21, 1973) "Twelfth Night, Or what you will" (May 17-19, 24-26, 1973) "After the Fall" (November 8-10, 15-17, 1973) 16. 1973 - Summer Theatre "The Amorous Flea" (June 28-30, July 4-7, 1973) "See How They Run" (July 12-14, 19-21, 1973) "The Adventures of Mr. Punch" (July 19-26, 1973) "Guys and Dolls" (July 26-29, August 1-5, 1973) 17. 1974 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Antigone" (January 16-20, 1974) "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" (February 21-23, 27-28; March 1-2, 1974) "Blithe Spirit (April 11-13, 18-20, 1974) "Words and Music By . . . " (April 19-21, 1974) "Exit the King" (May 16-18, 23-25, 1974) "Tom Paine (October 31, November 1-3, 6-9, 1974) "Shakpeare's Ages of Man" ; Robert Spanabel (n.d.) 18. 1974 - Summer Theatre "The Boys From Syracuse (June 27-30, July 3-6, 1974) "Philadelphia, Here I Come!" (July 25-27; August 1-3, 1974) "The House of Blue Leaves" (July 11-13, 18-20, 1974) 19. 1975 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Lysistrata" (January 15-19, 1975) "Two Gentlemen of Verona" (February 20-22, 26-28; March 1, 1975) "Elephants Love Elephants" (April 9-13, 1975) "Torquemada" Experimental Theatre (May 1-2, 1975) "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" (May 15-17, 22-24, 1975) "The Skin of Our Teeth" (November 6-8, 13-15, 1975) 20. 1975 - Summer Theatre "Peter Pan" (June 26-30; July 1-5, 1975) "The Real Inspector Hound" (July 10-13, 17-19) "A Thousand Clowns" (July 24-26, 31; August 1-2, 1975) 21. 1976 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Godspell" (February 19-29, 1976) "The Father" (April 15-17, 22-24, 1976) "A View From the Bridge" (January 21-25, 1976) "The Country Wilfe" (May 20-22, 27-29, 1976) "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" (October 7-9, 14-16, 1976) "A Delicate Balance" (November 17-21, 1976) 22. 1976 - Summer Theatre "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" Miami University Summer Theatre/Ohio Inns (June 27-30, July 2-9, 15-23, 1976) "Man of La Mancha" (July 1-3, July 7-10, 1976) "Ah, Wilderness!" (July 15-19, 21-24, 1976) "The Imaginary Invalid" (July 29-31; August 1, 1976) 23. 1977 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Pygmalion" (January 26-30, 1977) "The ThreePenny Opera" (February 24-26; March 2-5, 1977) "In Contempt" (April 7-9, 13-16, 1977) "The Contractor" (October 6-8, 13-15, 1977) "Loot" (November 16-20, 1977) 24. 1977 - Summer Theatre "Black Comedy"/"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"/"Ten Little Indians" 25. 1978 Miami University Theatre, etc. "Ladyhouse Blues" (January 25-29, 1978) "Steambath" (February 9-11, 1978) "Cabaret" (March 2-4, 8-11, 1978) "Summer and Smoke" (April 12-16, 1978) "Macbeth" (October 19-21, 26-28, 1978) "Sticks and Bones" (November 15-19, 1978) 26. 1978 - Summer Theatre "How the Other Half Loves"/"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"/Fiddler on the Roof" [1978 Playbill] 27. 1979 - Miami University Theatre, etc "Tartuffe" (January 17-21, 1979) "The Most Happy Fella" (February 22-28, 1979) "The Miracle Worker" (April 5-7, 12-14, 1979) "The Taming of the Shrew" (October 4-6, 11-13, 1979) "Little Murders" (November 7-11, 1979) 27. 1979 - Summer Theatre "The Little Foxes/The Curate/As You Like It" [1979 Playbill] 28. 1980 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "A Streetcar Named Desire" (January 23-27, 1980) "My Fair Lady" (February 21-24, February 27-March 1, 1980) "Lu Ann Hampton Lauerty Oberlander" (April 10-12, 17-19, 1980) "Death of A Salesman" (October 2-4, 8-11, 1980) "The Visions of Simone Machard" (November 6-8, 13-15, 1980) 29. 1980 - Summer Theatre "Joe Egg/Charley's Aunt/The Music Man" [1980 Playbill] 30. 1981 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The Moon Marigolds (January 22-24, 29-31, 1981) "Brigadoon" (February 26-28; March 4-7, 1981) "Waiting for Godot" (April 9-11, 16-18, 1981) "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (October 15-17, 21-24, 1981) "Friday's Child" (November 18-22, 1981) 31. 1981 - Summer Theatre "Hello Dolly/You Can't Take It With You/Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" [1981 Playbill] 32. 1982 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Buried Child" (January 27-31, 1982) "West Side Story" (February 25-28; March 2-6, 1982) "A Doll's House" (April 15-17, 22-24, 1982) "Taken in Marriage" (November 11-13, 17-20, 1982) "The Rivals" (October 7-9, 13-16, 1982) 33. 1982 - Summer Theatre "The Fantasticks/Picnic/Annie Get Your Gun" [1982 Playbill] 34. 1983 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Gideon: A Biblical Farce"(January 26-30, 1983) "Chicago" (February 24-27, March 1-5, 1983) "The Cherry Orchard" (April 14-16, 20-23, 1983) "Romeo and Juliet" (October 6-9, 12-14, 1983) "Private Lives" (November 10-12, 16-19, 1983) 35. 1983 - Summer Theatre "Born Yesterday/Cat on a Hot Tin Roof/Damn Yankees" [1983 Playbill] 36. 1984 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Gas 1" (January 25-29, 1984) "Company: A Musical Comedy" (March 1-10, 1984) "The Diviners" (April 12-14, 19-21) "The Crucible" (October 11-13, 17-20, 1984) "Crimes of the Heart" (November 9-11, 14-17, 1984) 37. 1984 - Summer Theatre "Grease/El Grande de Coca Cola/The Gingerbread Lady" [1984 Playbill] 38. 1985 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "The Front Page" (January 23-27, 1985) "Oklahoma!" (February 28, March 1-3, 5-9, 1985) "Her Husband's Wife" (April 11-13, 18-20, 1985) "A Flea in Her Ear" (October 17-19, 23-26, 1985) "Uncle Vanya" (November 14-16, 21-23, 1985) 39. 1985 - Summer Theatre "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat/Romantic Comedy/All the Way Home" [1985 Playbill]

Fine Arts; Theatre; Programs; 1986-; Box 1 [16A-H-2B] Files: 1. 1986 - Miami University Theatre, et. al. "Getting Out" (January 29-31, February 1-2, 1986) "A Chorus Line" (February 27-28, March 1-8, 1986) "The Good Woman of Setzuan" (April 9-13. 1986) "Sganarelle" (November 13-15, 20-22, 1986) "Of Mice and Men" (October 9-11, 16-18, 1986) 2. 1986 - Summer Theatre "Anything Goes"/"The Real Thing"/"The 1940's Radio Hour" [1986 Playbill] 3. 1987 - Miami University Theatre, et. al. "Les Belle Soeurs" (January 28-31; February 1, 1987) "Shenandoah" (February 26-28; March 1-7, 1987) "A Dream Play" (April 8-12, 1987) "The Merry Wives of Windson" (October 8-11, 1987) "A Lie of the Mind" (November 12-14, 18-21, 1987) 4. 1987 - Summer Theatre "Kiss Me Kate"/"Is There Life After High School?"/"Brighton Beach Memoirs" [1987 Playbill] 5. 1988 - Miami University Theatre, et. al. "Noises Off" (January 27-31, 1985) "Pirates of Penzance" (February 25-28; March 1-5, 1988) "Terra Nova" (April 6-10, 1988) "The Good Doctor" (April 14-16, 1988) "Fifth July" (September 30; October 1-8, 1988) "The Hairy Ape" Miami University Theatre Second Stages (October 20-23, 1988) "One by Four" (December 1-4, 1988) 6. 1988 - Summer Theatre "The Art of Dining"/"Annie"/"Isn't It Romantic"[1988 Playbill] 7. 1989 - Miami University Theatre, et. al. "Suicide Prohibited in Springtime" (January 25-29, 1989) "Mrs. Warren's Profession" (February 9-12, 1989) "The Pajama Game" (February 24-28; March 1-4, 1989) "Measure for Measure" (April 5-9, 1989) "Short Works: Am I Blue, Approaching Lavender, How Gertrude Stormed the Philosopher's Club, Laundary and Burbon" Studio 88 (April 13-16, 1989) "Man and Superman" (October 6-8, 12-14, 1989) "Three Sisters" (November 10-12, 16-18, 1989) "Orinoco!" Miami University Theatre Second Stage (December 7-9, 10, 1989) 8. 1989 - Summer Theatre "Night Music"/"Philly Story"/"1940" [1989 Playbill] 9. 1990 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Pippin" (February 23-28; March 1-3, 1990) "The Foreigner" (April 6-8, 12-14, 1990) "The School for Scandal" (October 5-7, 11-13, 1990) "A Delicate Balance" Miami University Theatre Second Stage (October 18-21, 1990) "Uncommon Women and Others" Miami University Theatre Second Stage (November 29-30; December 1-2, 1990) "The Theban Plays: Oedipus Rex, Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone" (December 5-9, 1990) 10. 1990 - Summer Theatre "Mystery of Edwin Drood"/"Broadway Bound"[1990 Playbill] 11. 1991 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Into the Woods" (March 1-9,1991) "The Birthday Party (April 10-14, 1991) "Servant of Two Masters"(October 19-26, 1991) "True West"/"Fool for Love" Miami University Second Stage (November 7-10, 13-16, 1991) "Steel Magnolias" (December 4-8, 1991) 12. 1991 - Summer Theatre "Big Theatre"/"Social Security"/"Comedy 0f Errors"[1991 Playbill] 13. 1992 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Man of La Mancha" (February 28-29; March 1-7, 1992) "A Taste of Honey" Miami University Theatre Second Stage (April 2-5, 1992) "Largo Desolato" (April 8-12, 1992) "Love's Labors Lost" (October 2-10, 1992) "Speed the Plow" Miami University Theatre Second Stage (October 22-31, 1992) "The Heidi Chronicles" (Novembrer 13-21, 1992) 14. 1992 - Summer Theatre "Gypsy"/"Talley's Folly"/"Rumors" 14a. 1992 Playbill 15. "Hats off to Summer" Summer Subscription Brochure 16. 1993 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Vinegar Tom" (January 28-31; February 3-6, 1993) "Assassins" (February 26-28; March 2-6, 1993) "Eccentricities of a Nightingale" (April 2-4, 7-10, 1993) "Tango" (October 7-10, 1993) "A Russian Cabaret" Miami University Eastern European Theatre Festival (October 12-13, 1993) "Theatre on a String" Miami Univeristy Eastern European Theatre Festival (October 21-24, 1993) 17. 1993 - Summer Theatre "Sweet Charity"/"Lips Together, Teeth Apart"/Lend Me a Tenor" [1993 Playbill] 18. 1994 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "Riders to the Sea" (March 3-4, 1994) 19. 1994 - Summer Theatre "Sunday in the Park with George"/"Coastal Disturbances"/ "Absurd Person Singular" [1994 Playbill] 20. 1995 - Summer Theatre "The Boy Friend"/"Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris"/"Bedroom Farce" [1995 Playbill] 21. 1996 Miami University Theatre, etc. "Barefoot Everywhere" (February 9-17, 1996)[Studio 88] "West Side Story" (March 1-9, 1996) "The Imposter" (November 15-17, 1996) "On the Verge or The Geography of Yearning" (October 9-12, 1996) "Jack of Dover" (December 5-6, 1996) "Merrily We Roll Along" [1996-97 Playbill] 22. 1996 - Summer Theatre "The Secret Garden"/"Greater Tuna"/"Rough Crossing" [1996 Playbill] 23. 1997 - Miami University Theatre, etc. "God" (March 26, 1997) "Antigone" (October 17-25, 1997) "Dancing at Lughnasa" (December 3-7, 1997) 24. 1997 - Summer Theatre " Wonderful Tennessee"/"Scapino!"/"She Loves Me" [1997 Playbill] 25. 1998 Miami University Theatre, etc. "Falsettoland" (February 20-28, 1998) "Machinal" (April 9-18, 1998) "The Real Inspector Hound" (October 7-11, 1998) "The Sea Gull" (November 13-21, 1988) 26. 1999 Miami University Theatre "Company" (February 19-27) "The Mirkwater" (April 9-17, 1999) 27. 2000 Summer Theatre "The Music Man"/"Lost in Yonkers"/"Woman in Mind" [2000 Playbill] 28. 2000 Miami University Theatre, etc. "Lady in the Dark" (April 7-15, 2000) "The Triumph of Love" (October 5-7, 2000) 29. 2001 Summer Theatre "State Fair"/"Picnic" [2001 playbill] 30. 2001 Miami University Theatre, etc. "A Doll House" [3rd annual John D. Yeck mainstage production](October 5-7, 11-13, 2001) "Inspecting Carol" (November 15-18, 2001) 31 2002 Summer Theatre, etc "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat/Hay Fever" [2002 playbill] 32. 2002-03 Miami University Theatre "Execution of Justice" (October 3-12, 2002) 33. 2003 Summer Theatre "Green Gables"/"The Fourth Wall" 34. 2003-04 Miami University Theatre "Aristophanes' Birds" (November 20-December 6, 2003 35. 2004-05 Miami University Theatre 36. n.d. "Three One Act Plays--Mooney's Kid Don't Cry, Minnie Field, The Dark Lady of the Sonnets" Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (n.d.) "Finders-Keepers"/"The Coiner" Freshman Players (n.d.) "The Trap"/"The Happy Journey" Department of Speech (n.d.) "Murder on Good Friday" Miami University Theatre (February 11-13) "Ye Merrie Players Frolic" (October 21) "Who'll Teach My Baby Razor Blades?"/"Aria da Capo"/"The Last of My Solid Gold Watches"/"Box and Cox" Drama Seminar [Speech 401] (December 8-10) "Big Fish, Little Fish" Studio 88? (n.d.) "Solitare" Studio 88?(n.d.) "Among the Paths to Eden" Studio 88? (n.d.) "The Frog Prince" Studio 88? (May 29, June 5) "The Madness of Lady Bright" Studio 88? (n.d.) "Waiting for Lefty" Studio 88? (n.d.) "Thunder in the Index" Studio 88 (n.d.) "Overtones" Studio 88? (n.d.) "The Golden Fleece" Studio 88? (n.d.) "The Maids" Studio 88?(n.d.) "Wolves" Studio 88 (n.d.) "Not Enough Rope" Studio 88 (n.d.) "Baal" Studio 88? (n.d.) "Calm Down Mother" Studio 88? (n.d.) "Insect Comedy" (October 12-14, 19-21) "Hansel and Gretel"/"The Devils of Chicago" The Spotley Ensemble (n.d.) "Rumpelstilkskin" Miami University Summer Theatre (August 1-7) "Repent Harlequin!" Student Production (n.d.) "Dance Theatre" (April 25-27) "All About Jack" (n.d.) "The Vise" [La Morsa]. "Everyman" (April 21-23) 37. Non-MU theatre productions "Oh Coward" Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre (April 1-3, 1980?) "Carousel" (November 16-19, 1995) "Anything Goes" Hamilton Rotary Revels (March 13-21, 1981) "Stephen Sondheim's 'Follies' . . .at Western" Sugg/Chapman and Company (June 11,1993) "Steel Magnolias" Oxford Area Community Theatre (November 7-9, 1997) "Death of a Salesman" Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre (February 19-22, 1998) "On Golden Pond" Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre (February 25-28, 1999) "Bell, Book, and Candle" Oxford Area Community Theatre (April 30, May 1-2, 1999) "The Prince and the Pauper" Oxford Area Community Theatre (February 23-25, 2001) "Nunsense" OxACT (Oxford Area Community Theatre (February 22-25) "The Odd Couple" Oxford Area Community Theatre Year of the Arts, 2010- Our Town by Thornton Wilder Wynton Marsalis, March 23, 2010 38. 2011-12 Masterpiece Theatre An Award Winning Season 39. 2013-2014 season Theatre upcoming events (Performing Arts at Miami)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre Posters; 1972-94; [16A-H-5A] Box 1 Contents: I. Miami University Summer Theatre Posters: 1998 1. Savor a Spectacular Season (June 30-July 24) II. A Lie of the Mind Art III. Miami University Theatre Posters 73-74: After the Fall (Nov. 1973), Antigone (Jan. 1974), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Feb-March 1974), Blithe Spirit (April 1974), Dance Theatre (April 1974), A Major Contemporary Work (May 1974). IV. Miami University Theatre Posters 1972-1973: Camino Real (Nov. 1973), And Things That Go Bump In the Night (Jan. 1974), Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (Feb-March 1974), Burning Bright (April 1974), Twelfth Night (May 1974). V. Miami University Thatre 1974-1979 1. Undated: Antigone (Jan. 16-20) 2. Miami Univ. Theatre 1974-1975: Tom Paine (Oct-Nov 1973), Lysistrata (Jan. 1974) , Two Gentlemen of Verona (Feb.-March 1974), Special Premiere Performance (April 1974), Dance Theatre (April 1974). 3. Miami Univ. Theatre 1975-1976: The Skin of Our Teeth (Nov. 1975), A View From the Bridge (Jan 1976), Godspell (Feb. 1976), The Father (April 1976), Dance Theatre (April-May 1976), The Country Wife (May 1976). 4. Miami Univ. Theatre 1976-1977: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (October 1976), A Delicate Balance (Nov. 1976), Pygmalion (Jan. 1977), The Threepenny Opera (Feb.-March 1977), World Premiere (April 1977), Dance Theatre (April 1977). 5.Miami Univ.Theatre 1977-1978: The Contractor (Oct. 1977), Loot (Nov. 1977), Ladyhouse Blues (Jan. 1978), Cabaret (March 1978), Summer and Smoke (April 1978), Dance Theatre (April 1978), A Special Production of Steambath (Feb. 1978). 6. Miami Univ. Theatre 1978-1979: Macbeth (Oct. 1978), Stick and Bones (Nov. 1978), Tartuffe (Jan. 1979), The Most Happy Fella (Feb-March 1979), The Miracle Worker (April 1979), Dance Theatre (April 1979). VI. Miami University Theatre Posters Summer 1987 1. Those Lazy Hazy Days of Summer: Kiss Me Kate (June-July 1987), Is There Life After High School (June-July 1987), Brighton Beach Memoirs (July 1987). 2. Miscellaneous Undated and Unlabeled Artwork VII. Miami University Theatre Posters 1988-1989 1. Miami University Theatre Open House Announcement and Open Auditions for: The Fifth of July, She Stoops to Conquer, Suicide Prohibited in Springtime: Friday August 26th 1988. 2. Miami Univ. Theatre What's in It For You? 1988-1989: 5th of July (Sept-Oct 1988), She Stopps to Conquer or "The Mistakes of a Night" (Nov. 1988), Suicide Prohibited in Springtime (Jan 1989), The Pajama Game (Feb-March 1989), Measure for Measure (April 1989), Dance Theatre (April 1989). 3. The Hairy Ape (Oct. 1988). 4. One by Four by One by Four (Dec. 1988). 5. Suicide Prohibited in Springti(Jan 1989). 6. A Lie of the Mind (Oct-Nov. 1988). 7. The Pajama Game (Feb-March 1989). VIII. Miami University Theatre Posters 1989-1990 1. Man and Super Man (Oct 1989) 2. Three Sisters (Nov. 1989) 3. Pippin (Feb-March 1990) IX. Miami University Theatre Posters 1990-1991 1. Miami University Theatre Open House and Auditions (August 31, 1990) for: School for Scandal, The Theban Plays , A Delicate Balance, Uncommon Women and Others. 2. Miami Univ. 1990-1991 Presents: Second Stage- A Delicate Balance (Oct. 1990), Uncommon Women and Others (Nov-Dec. 1990), The Maestic Kid (April 1991), Main Stage - The School of Scandal (Oct. 1990), The Theban Plays (Dec. 1990), Into the Woods (March 1991), The Birthday Party (April 1991). 3. The School for Scandal (Oct. 1990) 4. A Delicate Balance (Oct. 1990) 5. The Theban Plays (Dec. 1990) 6. Miscellaneous, Undated Character Art from Oedipus Rex 7. Into the Woods (March 1991) 8. The Majestic Kid (April 1991) 9. The Birthday Party (April 1991) X. Miami University Theatre Summer 1991 1. Experience a Classic Summer: Big River (July 1-24, 1991), Social Security (July 12-August 2, 1991), The Comedy of Errors (July 18-August 4). XI. Miami University Theatre 1991-1992 1. Miami University Theatre Open House and Auditions August 30, 1991 for Servant of Two Masters, Steel Magnolias, Fool for Love, True West. 2. Miami Univ. Theatre 1991-1992 Season: Mainstage- Servant of Two Masters (Oct. 1991), Steel Magnolias (Dec. 1991), Man of La Mancha (Feb-March 1992), Largo Desolato (April 1992), Dance Theatre (April 1992), Secondstage - Sam Shepard Mini-Festival: Fool for Love and True West (Nov. 1991), So Far From China (Feb. 1992), TBA (April 1992). 3. Servant of Two Masters (Oct. 1991) 4. Sam Shepard: Fool for Love and True West (Nov. 1991). 5. Steel Magnolias (Dec. 1991) 6. So Far From China (Feb 1992) 7. Man of La Mancha (Feb 1992) 8. A Taste of Honey (April 1992) 9. Largo Desolate (April 1992) XII. Miami University Summer 1992 1. Hats Off To Summer: Gypsy (July 1992), Talley's Folly (July 1992), Rumors (July, August 1992). XIII. Miami University Theatre 1992-1993 1. Miami University Theatre Open House and Open Auditions on August 28th for: Love's Labors Lost, The Heidi Chronicles, Speed-The-Plow, New Plays Workshop 2. Miami University 1992-1993 Season A Perfect Hand: Love's Labors Lost (Oct. 1992), The Heidi Chronicles (Nov. 1992), Assasins (Feb-March 1993), Eccentricities of a Nightingale (April 1993), Dance Theatre (April 1993), second Stage: Speed the Plow (Oct. 1992), Vinegar Tom (Jan-Feb 1993). 3. Loves Labors Lost (Oct 1992) 4. The Parlour Room (Oct. 1992) 5. Speed-The-Plow (Oct. 1992) 6. The Heidi Chronicles (Nov. 1992) 7. Vinegar Tom (Jan-Feb 1993) 8. Eccentricities of a Nightingale (April 1993) XIV. Miami University Theatre 1993-1994 (?) 1. Tango (October) 2. The Bartered Bride (Nov.) 3. Breaking the Code (Dec.) 4. Oh, What a Lovely War (Feb-March) 5. Approaching Zanzibar (Feb) 6. Burn This (April) XV. Miami University Theatre Summer 1994 1. Miami University Summer Theatre: Summer in the Park (July 1994), Coastal Disturbances (July 1994), Absurd Person Singular (July 1994).

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre Posters; 1994-; Box 2 [16A-H-5B] Contents: I. Miami University Theatre: A Sparkling Season - Marvin's Room, My Mother Said I Never Should, Romeo and Juliet, Joined at the Head, Cabaret, Blithe Spirit (1994-1995) 1. Marvin's Room (September 30, 1994) 2. My Mother Said I Never Should (Oct. 1994) 3. Romeo and Juliet (Nov.- Dec. 1994) 4. Joined at the Head (Feb. 1995) 5. Cabaret (Feb.- March 1995) 6. Blithe Spirit (April 1995) II. Miami University Summer Theatre 1995: The Boy Friend (June-July 1995), Jacque Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (July 7-23 1995), Bedroom Farce (July 14-23, 1995) III. Miami University Theatre 1995-1996 1. The Imposter (Nov. 1995) 2. On The Verge or the Geography of Yearning (Oct. 1995) 3. Merrily We Roll Along (Feb-March 1995-96) 4. Much Ado About Nothing (April 1996) 5. The Glass Menagerie (April 1996) IV. Miami University Summer Theatre: The Secret Garden (June-July 1996), Greater Auna (June-July 1996), Rough Crossing (July 1996). V. Miami University Theatre 1996-97 Season: On the Verge (Oct. 1996), The Imposter (Nov. 1996), Merrily We Roll Along (Feb.-March 1997), Much Ado About Nothing (April 1997). VI. Miami University Theatre Spring 1997: Merrily We Roll Along (Feb-March 1997), Much Ado About Nothing (April 1997), The Glass Menagerie (April 1997). VII. Miami University Theatre Presents: 1. The Colored Museum (Oct. 1995) 2. Julie Johnson (Nov. 1995) 3. Barefoot Everywhere (Feb. 1996) 4. West Side Story (March 1996) VIII. Miami University Summer Theatre: Wonderful Tennessee (July 1997), Scapino (July 1997), She Loves Me (July 1997). IX. Miami University Theatre 1997-98 Season: Antigone (Oct. 1997), Dancing in Lughnasa (Dec 1997), Falsettoland (Feb. 1998), Machinal (April 1998). 1. Anitgone (Oct. 1997) 2. Execution of Justice (Nov. 1978) 3. Dancing at Lughnasa (Dec. 1997) 4. Falsettoland (Feb. 1998) 5. Machinal (April 1998) X. Miami University Theatre 1998-1999 1. The Real Inspector Hound (Oct. 1998) 2. The Sea Gull (Nov. 1998) 3. Company (Feb. 1999) 4. Medea (March 1999) 5. The Mirkwater (April 1999) XI. Miami University Theatre 1999-2000 1. Desdemona (Nov. 1999) 2. Twelfth Night or What You Will (Oct. 1999) 3. The Drinking Gourd (Feb. 2000) 4. The House of Yes (March 2000) 5. Lady In The Dark (April 2000) 6. Miami University Summer Theatre 2000: The Music Man (June-July 2000), Lost in Yonkers (July 2000), Woman In Mind (July 2000). XII. Miami University Theatre: The Triumph of Love (Oct. 2000) XIII. Miami University Theatre 2001-2002 1. A Doll House (Oct. 2001) 2. Inspecting A Christmas Carol (Nov. 2001) 3. Execution of Justice (Nov. 1978) 4. Six Characters in Search of an author (Nov. 2000) 5. Anowa (Oct.-Nov. 2000) XIV. Miami University Children's Theatre Presents 1. The Boy Who Sang Wolf 2. The Witch and the Wizard XV. Undated: 1. Our Country's Good (March 25-29) 2. Billy Kills the Kid (April 24-25) 3. Miami University Summer Theatre Village Playhouse Oliver! (July 16-24)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre Posters (Rolled); 2001-; Box 1 [16A-H-5C] Contents: 1. Summer Theatre/Village Playhouse. The Amorous Flea/See How They Run/Guys and Dolls/Adventures of Mr. Punch 2. Summer Theatre/Village Playouse. State Fair/Picnic (July 2001)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre Department Materials; 1985-91; Box 1 [16A-H-1A] Contents: 1. PAS Committee Minutes, 1988-present 2. Patrons Pamphlet 3. Patron Minutes 1995-96 4. Patron Minute 1996-97 5. Patrons 1996-97 6. Patron Minutes 1997-98 7. Patron Advisory 1997-98 8. Theatre Department 1985-86 9. Theatre Department 1986-87 10. Theatre Department 1987-88 11. Theatre Department 1988-89 12. Theatre Department 1989-90 13. Theatre Department 1990-91 14. Theatre Chair Review Fall 1988 15. BFA Theatre

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre, Summer Theatre, Dance Theatre Records; 1924-2000; Box 1 [16A-H-3A] Contents: 1. "Miami Masquerades" Correspondance (1924-25) 2. "Marco Polo" - Notes (1948) 3. "Impressions: A Red Cap Revue" (1950) 4. Department of Music Schedules (1936-63) 5. "Clown Who Ran Away" Materials (MUST 1966) 6. MUST Materials (1969-76) 7. MUT, MUST - Publicity Materials: Tables, Tents, Mailers, Flyers (1969-2000) 8. "Sleeping Beauty" (1972) 9. MUT - "Friday's Child" - Publicity Materials (1981) 10. MUT Faculty Meeting Minutes (1985-1986) 11. "Master Harold" (1986) 12. "Romeo and Juliet" Materials (1994) 13. MUST Materials: Cathy McVey (1995) 14. MUST Materials: Cathy McVey (1995) cont. 15. MUT Materials: Julie Johnson (1995) 16. MUT "Colored Museum" Materials: Julie Johnson (1995) 17. MUT First Stage, Studio 88, and Student Projects (1995-96) 18. MUT Materials (1995-1996) 19. Tony Randall: Actor in Residence (1995-96) 20. "Chalk Circle" Materials (1995) 21. "The Imaginary Invalid" Materials (1995) 22. "Barefoot Everywhere" Materials (1996) 23. "West Side Story" Materials (1995-96) 24. MUT - Materials Relating to Production, Publicity (1996-97) 25. MUT Publicity Scrapbook (1972-73) 26. MUT Scrapbook (1970-71) 27. MUST Scrapbook (1972) 28. MUST Scrapbook (1973) 29. MUST Scrapbook (1974) 30. MUST Press Clippings (1966) 31. MUT Press Clippings (1966-67) 32. MUT Press Clippings (1967-68) 33. MUST Press Clippings (1968) 34. "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Forum" MUT Press Clipping (1968-69) 35. MUST Press Clippings (Summer 1969) 36. MUT Press Clippings (1969-70) 37. MUT Press Clippings (1970) 38. MUT Press Clippings (1970-71) 39. MUST Press Clippings (1971) 40. MUT Press Clippings (1971-72) 41. MUT Press Clippings (1972-73) 42. MUT Press Clippings (1975) 43. MUT Press Clippings (1976) 44. MUT Press Clippings (1977-78) 45. MUT Press Clippings (1979) 46. "Burning Bright" (n.d) 47. Publicity Packages (n.d) 48. Publicity Packages (n.d) 49. Theatre Workshops Template 50. MUT - Misc.

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre, Summer Theatre, Dance Theatre Records; 1971-84; Box 1 [16A-H-3B] Contents: 1. CPA Dedication Program (3/12/71) 2. MUT Forms (Waiting List, Box Office Hourly Check, Student org. Fund Reposit) N.D. 3. MUT "Call Out Information" 4. MUT Student. Information Form (Office of Public Info.) n.d. 5. MUST - Season Ticket Info (1974-79) 6. MUT - Season Ticket Problems (1976-77) 7. MUT - Ticket Procedures Packet (1974-79) 8. MUT - Comp. Tickets Letters, Policies, and Records (1975-79) 9. MUT - D. Martyn Book Walter Publicity Info (1978) 10. Audience Services (1981, 1984, n.d.) 11. Most Happy Fella, Program Copy 12. MUT - Stick and Bones - Box Office Records (1978) 13. MUT - Macbeth - Box Office Records (1978) 14. MUT Ticket Correspondence (1978-79) 15. MUT - Tartuffe - Box Office Records (1979) 16. MUT - Most Happy Fella - Box Office Records (1979) 17. MUT - Miracle Worker - Box Office Record (1979) 18. MUT - The Investigation (Studio 88) - Program and Flyer (1979) 19. MU Dance Theatre - Box Office Records 20. MUST Program Copy (1978-79) 21. MUST Member Information (1979) 22. MUST Box Office Records (1979) 23. MUST - Carousel - Box Office Records (1979) 24. MUST - Curate - Box Office Records (1979) 25. MUST - Little Foxes - Box Office Records (1979) 26. MUT - Taming of the Shrew - Box Office Information, Programs, etc. (1979) 27. MUT - Little Murders - Box Office Info, FLyers, Playbills, etc. (1979) 28. MUT - A Streetcar Named Desire - Box Office Info, Playbills, etc. (1980) 29. MUT - My Fair Lady - Box Office Info, Letter, Program, etc. (1980) 30. MUT - Luann Hampton Laverty Oberlander, Box Office Records, Program (1980) 31. MUST (1980) 32. MU Dance Theatre - Box Office Records (1980) 33. MUT - Death of a Salesman - Box Office Records, Correspondence, Publicity, etc. 34. MUT - Visions of Simone Machard - Records, Playbills, etc. (1980) 35. MUT - The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds - Records, Playbills (1981) 36. MUT - Brigadoon - Box Office Records, Playbills, Publicity Info, Notes, etc. (1981) 37. MUT - Waiting for Godot - B.O. Records, Flyers, Playbills, Notes, etc. (1981) 38. MUT - Friday's Child - B.O. and Tickets Records (1981) 39. MUT - Midsummer Night's Dream - B.O. and Ticket Records (1981) 40. MUST - Ticket Info (1981) 41. Dance Theatre - "Yellow Sheets" [Box Office Records] (1981) 42. MUT - Side by Side, A Doll's House - Ticket and Seating Info (1981-82) 43. MUT - Rivals - Notes, Playbills (1982) 44. MUST - Box Office Records (1982-83) 45. MUST - Box Office Records (1982-83) 46. MUT - Romeo and Juliet - Ad Campaign (1983) 47. MUT - Crucible - B.O. and Ticket Records (1984) 48. MUT - Company (1983-84)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre, Summer Theatre, Dance Theatre Records; 1983-87; Box 2 [16A-H-3C] Contents: 1. Promotional Specialties 2. MUT Forms (Reservation, Box Office Report, etc.) 3. Publicity Campaign (1983, n.d.) 4. Fine Arts Reception (n.d.) 5. MU Dance Theatre (1982) 6. MUT Publicity Campaign (1982) 7. MUT Private Lives, Ad Campaign (1983-84) 8. MUT - Season Ticket Info. (1984) 9. MUT - Crimes of the Heart - B.O. and Ticket Info, Notes, etc. (1984) 10. MUST Box Office Records (1984) 11. MUT - Front Page - B.O. and Seating Info, Notes, etc. (1985) 12. MUT - Oklahoma - B.O. and Seating Info (1985) 13. MUT - Her Husband's Wife - B.O. and Seating Info, Production, Notes, etc. 14. MUT - Bad Habits, Woolgatherer, Box Office Info - Studio 88 (1985) 15. MU Dance Theatre - B.O. Info, Seating, Notes, etc. (1985) 16. MUT Box Office Records (1985-86) 17. MUT Box Office Records (1985-86) 18. MU Dance Theatre - Chorus Line - Box Office Records (1985-86) 19. MUST - CompList (1986) 20. MUT - Box Office Reports (1986-87) 21. MUT Box Office Reports cont. (1986-87) 22. MUT - Tickets (1987-88) 23. MUT Box Office Procedure, Policies, and Forms (1985, nd) 24. Box Office Seating, Ticket, and Audit Reports 25. MUT - Brochure Copy (1987-88) 26. MUT - Faculty Meetings (1986-87) 27. MUT - Promotional Materials (1985-86) 28. MUT - Biographies 29. Misc. - Brochures, Forms, ect. 30. MUT - Brochure (1984-85) 31. MUT - Promotional Materials (1985-86) 32. MUT - Promotional Materials (1986-87) 33. MUT - Promotional Materials (1986-87) 34. MUT - Tickets (1986-87) 35. Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases (1986-87) 36. MUT Holiday Card (1987) 37. MUST - Box Office Reports (1987) 38. Kip Niven Promotional Material (1987) 39. Ming Cho Lee Promotional Materials (1987)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Theatre, Summer Theatre, Dance Theatre Records; 1986-89; Box 3 [16A-H-4A] Contents: 1. Graduate Program Poster 2. MUST (1987) 3. MUT - Paul C. Thomas Bios 4. MUT - Of Mice and Men, Ticket Info (1986) 5. MUT - Of Mice and Men - Publicity, Newspaper Clippings, Info 6. MUT "Discover the Arts" Calendar Materials (1986-87) 7. MUT - A Dream Play - Publicity, Newspaper Clippings, Notes, etc. 8. MUT - Shenandoah - Publicity, Programs, Newspapers, etc. 9. MUT - Shenandoah cont. (1986-87) 10. MUT Sganarelle - Publicity, Programs, etc. (1986-87) 11. MUT Sganarelle - cont. (1986-87) 12. MUT - Les Belles Soeurs - Publicity, Programs, Clippings, etc. 13. MUT - Visiting Artists (1988, n.d.) 14. Studio 88 (1987-88, nd) 15. MUT - A Lie of the Mind - Publicity, Clippings, Program, etc. (1987-88) 16. MUT - American College Theatre Festival - ACTF (1987-88) 17. MUT - Season Brochure (1987-88) 18. Season Ticket Info (1987-88) 19. MUT - Coupon Sales (1987-88) 20. MUT - Noises Off - Programs, Publicity, Clippings (1987-88) 21. MUT - Pirates of Penzance - Publicity, Programs, Clippings (1987-88) 22. MU Dance Theatre (1986-87) 23. MU Dance Theatre - Publicity, Clippings (1987-88) 24. MUT - Terra Nova - Publicity, Program Clippings, etc. (1987-88) 25. MUT - Coupon Sales (1988-89) 26. MUST - Box Office Audit Materials (1989)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Scrapbook Materials; 1988-90; Box 1 [16A-H-7A] Contents: 1. 1988-89 Theatre Scrapbook (Promotions) 2. 1988-89 Theatre Scrapbook (5th of July) 3. 1988-89 Theatre Scrapbook (She Stoops to Conquer) 4. 1988-89 Theatre Scrapbook (Suicide Prohibited in Springtime) 5. 1988-89 Theatre Scrapbook (Pajama Game) 6. 1988-89 Theatre Scrapbook (Hairy Ape) 7. 1988-89 Theatre Scrapbook (Measure for Measure) 8. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook (1989-90 Season) 9. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook (Season Promotion) 10. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook (Letters from Bernice) 11. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook (Orinoco)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Scrapbook Materials; 1989-93; Box 2 [16A-H-7B] Contents: 1. Miami University Theatre 2. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook Man and Superman 3. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook Three Sisters 4. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook The Foreigner 5. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook Inherit the Wind 6. 1989-90 Theatre Scrapbook Franz and Dora 7. 1999-91 Theatre Scrapbook School for Scandal 8. 1990-91 Theatre Scrapbook Into the Wind 9. 1990-91 Theatre Scrapbook Uncommon Women and Other 10. 1990-91 Theatre Scrapbook Pippin 11. 1990-91 Theatre Scrapbook Servant of Two Masters 12. 1990-91 Theatre Scrapbook Steel Magnolias 13. 1990-91 Theatre Scrapbook True West/Fool for Love 14. 1991-92 Theatre Scrapbook Man of Manchura 15. 1991-92 Largo Desolate 16. 1992-93 Theatre Scrapbook 17. 1992-93 Theatre Scrapbook Love's Labor Lost 18. 1992-92 Theatre Scrapbook Speed the Plow 19. 1992-93 Theatre Scrapbook Heidi Chronicles 20. 1992-93 Theatre Scrapbook Vinegar Tom 21. 1992-92 Theatre Scrapbook Assassins 22. 1992-93 Theatre Scrapbook Eccentricities

Fine Arts; Theatre; Scrapbook Materials; 1993-96; Box 3 [16A-H-7C] Contents: 1. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook 2. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Approaching Zanzibar) 3. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Oh, What A Lovely War) 4. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Bartered Bride) 5. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Breaking the Code) 6. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Burn This) 7. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Eastern Europe Festival) 8. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Parlor Room) 9. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Puppet Company) 10. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Russian Cabaret) 11. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (Theatre on a String) 12. 1993-94 Theatre Scrapbook (bills/invoices) 13. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (25th Anniversary) 14. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (Marvin's Room) 15. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (My Mother Said I Never Should) 16. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (Romeo and Juliet) 17. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (Joined At the Head) 18. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (Cabaret) 19. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (Blithe Spirit) 20. 1994-95 Theatre Scrapbook (Other Scrapbooks) 21. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (1995-96 Season) 22. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (The Colored Museum) 23. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (Julie Johnson) 24. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (Chalk Circle) 25. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (Barefoot Everywhere) 26. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (West Side Story) 27. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (Imaginary Invalid) 28. 1995-96 Theatre Scrapbook (billings/invoices)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Scrapbook Materials; 1996-99; Box 4 [16A-I-1A] Contents: 1. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook 2. 1996 Theatre Scrapbook (On the Verge) 3. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (The Imposter) 4. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Jack of Dover) 5. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Diablomunde Articles) 6. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook 7. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Merrily We Roll Along) 8. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Merrily We Roll Along), II 9. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Much Ado About Nothing) 10. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Much Ado About Nothing), II 11. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Glass Menagerie) 12. 1996-97 Theatre Scrapbook (Musical Theatre Honors Competition Winners) 13. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook 14. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook 15. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Antigone) 16. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Someone Who'll Watch Over Me) 17. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Dr. Hero) 18. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Actor's Nightmare) 19. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Dancing at Laghaso) 20. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Mrs. Fiske: Against the Wind) 21. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Our God's Country) 22. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Falsetto) 23. 1997-98 Theatre Scrapbook (Machinal) 24. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook 25. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (Real Inspector Hound/Don Rosenberg Retirement) 26. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (A Lie of the Mind) 27. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (The Seagull) 28. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (Good Business) 29. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (First Stages) 30. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (Company) 31. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (Medea) 32. 1998-99 Theatre Scrapbook (Mirkwater)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Summer Theatre Scrapbook Materials; 1995-98; Box 5 [16A-I-1B] Contents: 1. Miami University Summer Theatre (MUST) Scrapbook Materials (1995) 2. 1995 MUST Scrapbook (Notes/Personnel) 3. 1995 MUST Scrapbook (Budget) 4. 1995 MUST Scrapbook (Calander) 5. 1996 MUST Scrapbook 6. 1996 MUST Scrapbook (Secret Garden) 7. 1996 MUST Scrapbook (Tuna/Crossing) 8. 1996 MUST Scrapbook (Budget) 9. 1996 MUST Scrapbook (Ads-Paid) 10. 1996 MUST Scrapbook (PR-Clippings) 11. 1996 MUST Scrapbook (Personnel/ STAB/ Clippings) 12. 1996 MUST Scrapbook (Attractions Co-Promo) 13. 1997 MUST Scrapbook 14. 1997 MUST Scrapbook (Budget) 15. 1997 MUST Scrapbook (Playbill) 16. 1997 MUST Scrapbook (Background) 17. 1997 MUST Scrapbook (Paid Ads/Board) 18. 1997 MUST Scrapbook (Ox Knolls/Misc. Marketing Ideas) 19. 1998 MUST Scrapbook 20. 1998 MUST Scrapbook (Budget/Receipts) 21. 1998 MUST Scrapbook (Little Shop of Horrors) 22. 1998 MUST Scrapbook (I Hate Hamlet) 23. 1998 MUST Scrapbook (Present Laughter) 24. 1998 MUST Scrapbook (Advertising)

Fine Arts; Theatre; Summer Theatre Photographs; P297 1946-87; Box 90 [16A-H-6C] Contents: 1. Les Belles Souers - 1986/87 2. Shenandoah - 1986/87 3. A Dream Play - 1986/87 4. Chicago - 1982/83 5. Unlabeled, box 90, no. 42 6. V. Havel: Largo Desolato 7. Photo 1, School for Scandal (December, 1958) 8. Photo 2, Falstaff and Quickly 9. Photo 3, Blithe Spirit (Spring, 1958) 10. Photo 4, The Seal Gull (December, 1958) 11. Photo 5, Unlabeled photo: Man and woman standing next to table, woman sitting 12. Photo 6, School for Scandal (December, 1958) 13. Photo 7, School for Scandal (December, 1958) 14. Photo 8, Richard III (1964-65) 15. Photo 9, Julius Caesar (Midyear 1961) 16. Photo 10, Front Side: Julius Caesar (Midyear 1961), Back Side:Two men at a table, woman sitting in a chair 17. Photo 11, The Winslow Boy (1960) 18. Photo 12, The Winslow Boy (1960) 19. Photo 13, A Night at an Inn (January 1952) 20. Photo 14, Sicilian Limes (1951) 21. Photo 15, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Midyear 1957) 22. Photo 16, Arsenic and Old Lace (Spring, 1955) 23. Photo 16, Dark of the Moon (1954) 24. Photo 17, Dark of the Moon (December, 1954) 25. Photo 18, Dark of the Moon (December, 1954) 26. Photo 19, The Lady's Not for Burning (Fall 27. Photo 20, Blood Wedding (December, 1952) 28. Photo 21, Sicilian Limes (1951) 29. Photo 22, Falstaff and Mistress Ford 30. Photo 23, The Tavern (1949) 31. Photo 24, The Tavern (1949) 32. Photo 25, The Tavern (1949) 33. Photo 26, Unlabeled photo: three blurry figures? 34. Photo 27, Unlabeled photo: slaves/workmen with axes, and an officer holding a whip to a man on the floor 35. Photo 28, Unlabeled photo: man in embroidered military uniform grabbing man in pith helmet 36. Photo 29, Othello (Midyear, 1947) 37. Photo 30, The Male Animal (Fall, 1946) 38. Photo 31, Macbeth (Midyear, 1937) 39. Photo 32, Unlabeled photo: Julius Caesar (1949)?? 40. Photo 33, Unlabeled photo: Julius Caesar (1949)?? 41. Photo 34, Unlabeled photo: Julius Caesar (1949)?? 42. Photo 35, Unlabeled photo: Julius Caesar (1949)?? 43. Photo 36, Unlabeled photo: man sitting on couch next to woman kneeling on floor 44. Photo 37, Unlabeled photo: man pointing at woman sitting in chair 45. Photo 38, The Crucible (Fall, 1956)

Fine Arts; 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

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