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P. J. Gibson plays,

Title
P. J. Gibson plays, 1980-1985.
Author
Gibson, P. J.
Supplementary Content
Finding aid

Details

Additional Authors
  • Devine, Loretta.
  • Gibson, P. J.
  • Negro Ensemble Company.
Found In
c2pc Negro Ensemble Company. Negro Ensemble Company records. (CStRLIN)NYPW98-A157.
Description
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Summary
Collection includes photocopies of six play scripts.
Donor/Sponsor
Schomburg NEH Humanities Resources for African and African Diasporan Studies Access Project.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Plays.
  • Scripts.
Access (note)
  • There are no restrictions on access to the plays.
Source (note)
  • Negro Ensemble Company
Biography (note)
  • Playwright and teacher, P. J. Gibson (Patricia Joann) was born in Pittsburgh, PA.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms a part of: Negro Ensemble Company records. See collection record for more information.
Processing Action (note)
  • Cataloged
Call Number
Sc MG 345
Author
Gibson, P. J.
Title
P. J. Gibson plays, 1980-1985.
Access
There are no restrictions on access to the plays.
Linking Entry
Forms a part of: Negro Ensemble Company records. See collection record for more information.
Biography
Playwright and teacher, P. J. Gibson (Patricia Joann) was born in Pittsburgh, PA. Gibson won 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," (1958), which also won awards for direction, costuming, and scenic design. She graduated from Keuka College, New York (B.A., 1973), and Brandeis University, (M.F.A., 1975). From 1971 to 1973, Gibson was production stage manager of Voices, Inc., New York.
Gibson was the Administrator of the Summer Introductory Preparatory Program at Brandeis University (1974), Creative Arts Director at Roxbury Children's Theater, Dorchester, MA (1974-1975), Instructor of drama and creative writing at Boston College, (1975-1976), Assistant Theatrical Director for "Say brother" at WGBH, TV, Boston (1976-1977), and instructor of creative writing/playwriting at Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center, NY (1978-1983). From 1979 to 1980, she was playwright-in-residence in the Arts Program, Cultural Council Foundation/Black Theater Alliance, NY. Gibson was guest lecturer at numerous colleges in the United States and overseas (Music and Drama Instructor in Khartoum, Sudan). In addition to the AUDELCO Awards mentioned above, she won a commission from the Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities to write her 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. Ain't love grand?
Gibson, P. J. Unveiling of Abigail.
Gibson, P. J. Unveilings.
Gibson, P. J. Clean sheets can't soil.
Gibson, P. J. Long time since yesterday.
Gibson, P. J. Marie.
Devine, Loretta.
Negro Ensemble Company.
Found In:
c2pc Negro Ensemble Company. Negro Ensemble Company records. (CStRLIN)NYPW98-A157.
Research Call Number
Sc MG 345
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