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P. J. Gibson plays,

Title
P. J. Gibson plays, 1976-1985.
Author
Gibson, P. J.
Supplementary Content
Finding aid

Details

Additional Authors
  • Berry, Lonnie.
  • Devine, Loretta.
  • Frank Silvera Writers Workshop.
  • Gibson, P. J.
Found In
c2pc Frank Silvera Writers Workshop. Frank Silvera Writers Workshop records. (CStRLIN)NYPW89-A93.
Description
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Summary
Collection includes photocopies of seven unpublished play scripts.
Donor/Sponsor
Schomburg NEH Humanities Resources for African and African Diasporan Studies Access Project.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Plays.
  • Scripts.
Terms of Use (note)
  • Photocopying requires prior permission from Frank Silvera Writers Workshop.
Source (note)
  • Frank Silvera Writers Workshop
Biography (note)
  • Playwright and teacher.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms a part of: Frank Silvera Writers Workshop records. See collection record for more information.
Processing Action (note)
  • Cataloged
Call Number
Sc MG 64
Author
Gibson, P. J.
Title
P. J. Gibson plays, 1976-1985.
Terms Of Use
Photocopying requires prior permission from Frank Silvera Writers Workshop.
Linking Entry
Forms a part of: Frank Silvera Writers Workshop records. See collection record for more information.
Biography
Playwright and teacher. P.[Pat] J. Gibson was born in Pittsburgh, PA, grew up in Trenton, NJ. She received the B.A. from Keuka College, Keuka Park, NY, 1973, and the M.F.A., from Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 1975. Gibson has been production stage manager at Voices, Inc., New York, 1971-1973; From 1974 to 1975, she was creative arts director at Roxbury Children's Theater, Dorchester, MA; and from 1976 to 1977, project administrator of Rites and Reason Theater, Brown University, Providence, RI. Gibson is the winner of two AUDELCO (Audience Development Committee) Awards, one for Playwright of the Year, and the other for Production of the Year - both for her play, "Long time since yesterday," c1986.
Gibson was playwright-in-residence at the Cultural Council Foundation/Black Theater Alliance, New York, 1980. In addition to the AUDELCO Awards mentioned above, she was the recipient of a commission from the Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities to write a historical drama, "My mark, my name," 1977-1978.
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Finding aid
Added Author
Gibson, P. J. Miss Ann don't cry no more.
Gibson, P. J. Konvergence.
Gibson, P. J. Void passage.
Gibson, P. J. Androgyny.
Gibson, P. J. My mark, my name.
Gibson, P. J. Triangles.
Gibson, P. J. Marie.
Devine, Loretta.
Berry, Lonnie.
Frank Silvera Writers Workshop.
Found In:
c2pc Frank Silvera Writers Workshop. Frank Silvera Writers Workshop records. (CStRLIN)NYPW89-A93.
Research Call Number
Sc MG 64
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