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Charles Gordone collection

Title
Charles Gordone collection, 1962-1995.
Author
Gordone, Charles.

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Box 4 (SCM 01-30)Mixed materialRequest in advance Sc MG 691 Box 4 (SCM 01-30)Offsite
Box 3 (SCM 01-30)Mixed materialRequest in advance Sc MG 691 Box 3 (SCM 01-30)Offsite
Box 2 (SCM 01-21)Mixed materialRequest in advance Sc MG 691 Box 2 (SCM 01-21)Offsite
Box 1 (SCM 01-21)Mixed materialRequest in advance Sc MG 691 Box 1 (SCM 01-21)Offsite

Details

Description
3 lin. ft. (2 record cartons, 1 archival box)
Summary
The bulk of the Charles Gordone Collection pertains to the author's Pulitzer-prize winning play "No Place to Be Somebody," which includes several versions of the play script, programs, letters, playbills, flyers, posters, production and showcase materials, press, and two files for awards Gordone received from the Pulitzer Prize and the National Institute of Arts and Letters in 1970 and 1971, respectively.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Scripts.
  • Theater programs.
  • Plays.
Note
  • Photographs, slides and negatives have been transferred to the Photographs and Prints Division.
  • Posters have been transferred to the Art and Artifacts Division.
Source (note)
  • Jeanne Warner Gordone
Biography (note)
  • Charles Gordone (1925-1995) playwright, director and actor, was best known for his 1970 Pulitzer Prize-winning play,"No Place to Be Somebody". For over forty years he directed more than thirty-four productions, including "The Iceman Cometh," "Mamzel Jolie," "Night of the lguana." "No Place to be Somebody," "The Colored Museum," "The Glass Menagerie," "Of Mice and Men," "Death of a Salesman," "Book of the Dead," and "Faust." Gordone had his work produced on Broadway, off-Broadway, in Europe, and in American regional, college, and community theaters. His acting credits include roles in the theater, television, and film.
Processing Action (note)
  • Accessioned
  • Cataloged
Call Number
Sc MG 691
OCLC
NYPW03-A64
Author
Gordone, Charles.
Title
Charles Gordone collection, 1962-1995.
Biography
Charles Gordone (1925-1995) playwright, director and actor, was best known for his 1970 Pulitzer Prize-winning play,"No Place to Be Somebody". For over forty years he directed more than thirty-four productions, including "The Iceman Cometh," "Mamzel Jolie," "Night of the lguana." "No Place to be Somebody," "The Colored Museum," "The Glass Menagerie," "Of Mice and Men," "Death of a Salesman," "Book of the Dead," and "Faust." Gordone had his work produced on Broadway, off-Broadway, in Europe, and in American regional, college, and community theaters. His acting credits include roles in the theater, television, and film.
Processing Action
Accessioned 2001
Cataloged 20030514
Source
SCM 01-21; SCM 01-30
1.1\a Jeanne Warner Gordone Gift August 2001
Research Call Number
Sc MG 691
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