29th Street Repertory Theater (New York, N.Y.)
Billy Rose Theatre Division
The 29th Street Repertory Theater ephemera consists of clippings, programs, fliers, postcards, photographs and other documents pertaining to the 29th Street Repertory Theater. The clippings include reviews of individual productions, especially Tracy Letts' play KILLER JOE. There are also feature stories about actor/director Leo Farley, a founding member of the troupe, and playwright-in-residence Bill Nave.
The 29th Street Repertory Theater was founded in 1988 by Tim Corcoran, David Mogentale, and a core group of actors and directors including Leo Farley and Paula Ewin. The company's best known productions include Tracy Letts' KILLER JOE and Bill Nave's BIBLE BURLESQUE, which featuredactor Edward Norton.
Controlled Access Terms
- Corcoran, Tim.
- Mogentale, David.
- Farley, Leo.
- Nave, Bill.
- Ewin, Paula.
- Letts, Tracy, 1965-
- Letts, Tracy, 1965- Killer Joe.
- 29th Street Repertory Theater (New York, N.Y.)
- Theater -- New York (State) -- New York.