Bitter oleander plans,

Title
Bitter oleander plans, 1934-1937 and undated.
Author
Neighborhood Playhouse (New York, N.Y.)

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Mixed materialUse in libraryAvailable*ZC-654Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre
Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableMWEZ+ n.c. 10238Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre

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Description
  • 1 microfilm reel.
  • 1 portfolio.
Additional Formats (note)
  • Material is only available on microfilm:
Biography (note)
  • The Neighborhood Playhouse was founded in 1915, by two sisters Alice and Irene Lewisohn, as part of the Henry Street Settlement House.
Processing Action (note)
  • Microfilmed;
Call Number
MWEZ+ n.c. 10238
Author
Neighborhood Playhouse (New York, N.Y.)
Title
Bitter oleander plans, 1934-1937 and undated.
Additional Formats
Material is only available on microfilm: The Billy Rose Theatre Collection, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts; service copy number: *ZC-654.
Summary
Contains partial handwritten script with notes, sheet music, property plot, costume lists, rehearsal schedules, ground plans (in pieces), and a handwritten report on the 1933-1934 year at the Neighborhood Playhouse where BODAS DE SANGRE was considered a play ready for production. Also includes a poster for a memorial program for Federico Garcia Lorca at Washington Irving High School in New York City on Oct. 8, 1937.
Biography
The Neighborhood Playhouse was founded in 1915, by two sisters Alice and Irene Lewisohn, as part of the Henry Street Settlement House. This neighborhood theatre closed in 1927. In 1928, Irene Lewisohn in collaboration with Rita Wallach Morgenthau founded the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.
Research Call Number
MWEZ+ n.c. 10238 [Text]
*ZC-654 [Microfilm]
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