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Drood [sound recording] : "Boo-Hiss" and "Fifteen dollar ticket" radio spots.

Title
Drood [sound recording] : "Boo-Hiss" and "Fifteen dollar ticket" radio spots.
Publication
Feb. 12, 1987.

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AudioNo restrictions *LTC 6632 [Cassette]Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Details

Additional Authors
Found In
New York Shakespeare Festival records, 1954-1992.
Description
1 sound cassette : analog, stereo.
Alternative Title
New York Shakespeare Festival recordings collection.
Subjects
Genre/Form
Radio commercials (Advertisements)
Note
  • Credits and production information taken from the book: New York Shakespeare Festival, the people and the plays.
  • Separated from the New York Shakespeare Festival records; for papers, see the Billy Rose Theatre Collection, *T-Mss 1993-028; for sheet music and scores, see the Music Division, JPB 04-03.
Source (note)
  • The New York Shakespeare Festival and Gail Merrifield Papp;
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of: New York Shakespeare Festival recordings collection.
Contents
Boo-Hiss (:60) -- Fifteen dollar ticket (:60)
Call Number
*LTC 6632
Title
Drood [sound recording] : "Boo-Hiss" and "Fifteen dollar ticket" radio spots.
Imprint
Feb. 12, 1987.
Playing Time
000100 000100
Summary
Cassette contains contains two 60 sec. radio commercial spots used for Broadway production of The mystery of Edwin Drood. The first spot features an dubbed excerpt of "Don't quit while you're ahead", and the second spot features a dubbed excerpt of "There you are".
Linking Entry
Forms part of: New York Shakespeare Festival recordings collection.
Added Author
Holmes, Rupert. Mystery of Edwin Drood.
Papp, Gail Merrifield. Donor
New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater. Donor
Added Title
New York Shakespeare Festival recordings collection.
Found In:
New York Shakespeare Festival records, 1954-1992.
Research Call Number
*LTC 6632
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