Some of them include Robert Prosky, Morgan Freeman, Dianne Weist, James Earl Jones, Kevin Kline, Christopher Guest, Yeardly Smith and Samuel L. The Arena Stage records consists of material that span the theater's 60 year history including production notebooks, photographs, audiotapes, videotpaes, playbills, scrapbooks, scripts, handwritten correspondence, and other production materials.The collection contains bound binders containing press clippings, photographs, and Arena Stage promotional materials.The Arena Stage records consists of material that span the theater's 60 year history including production notebooks, photographs, audiotapes, videotpaes, playbills, scrapbooks, scripts, handwritten correspondence, and other production materials. One of the first not-for-profit theaters in the United States as well as a pioneer of the regional theater movement the Arena Stage was the first regional theater to transfer a production to Broadway, the first invited by the U. State Department to tour behind the Iron Curtain and the first to receive a Tony Award. Arena Stage records, Collection #C0017, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University. Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. Arena Stage was an early leader in the resident theater movement.These papers cover Mayr's public and professional life.Topics include research into ornithology, taxonomy, and biological evolution and systematics, evolution topics such as speciation, genetics, geographical isolation and environmentalism, phenotypes and genotypes, natural selection, and morphology.This, together with the country-folk’s inherent suspicion of strangers, poses problems for James Herriot in the early years of his career.
This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Of particular interst are three scrapbooks on the Arena Stages 1973 tour of Russia.Consists of literary materials for plays, review packets, newspaper clippings and photocopies, press releases, and wrap files.Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license; additional terms may apply.Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.Correspondence is with many individuals and also with professional organizations such as American Ornithologists' Union and American Museum of Natural History. This index provides access to the names of people and of corporate bodies in the following subseries: General Correspondence, 1931-1952 (HUGFP 14.7), General Correspondence, 1952-1987 (HUGFP 74.7), and Miscellaneous or Anonymous Correspondence, ca.The collection also includes the writings and correspondence related to the publication of scientific books, papers, and periodicals. 1920-1993 (HUGFP 74.10) The index is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.Born in Kempten, Germany in 1904, Mayr studied at Berlin.He was Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology at Harvard University from 1953-1975.Hard copy inventory in Arena Stage accession folder. 2010-003 consists of 1 box of files, correspondence, speeches, scripts, and some photographs. 9 boxes of research packets from plays that also include various script drafts, some by Sarah Ruhl. File folders and loose materials were removed from larger brown folders with photocopy of discarded brown folder labels.Also includes extensive material on Awake and Sing, and the speeches date from 1968 until 2004. Audiovisual and electronic records removed from paper records and placed in separate document box. Collection contains head shots, resumes and brief biographies of artistic personnel at Arena Stage including actor, actress, set designers, directors, and lighting designers.