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Bert Andrews collection

Auteur: Bert Andrews
Uitgever: [195-]-[198-]
Editie/Formaat:   Afbeelding : Grafisch : Foto : Engels
Database:WorldCat
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The Bert Andrews Collection documents the Black Theater Movement in New York City from the 1950s through the 1980s.
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Genre/Vorm: Publicity photographs
Portrait photographs
Group portraits
Gelatin silver prints
Contact sheets
Genoemd persoon: Mary Alice; Billie Allen; Debbie Allen; Ethel Ayler; Leon Bibb; Townsend Brewster; Charles Brown; Graham Brown; Roscoe Lee Browne; Ruth Brown; Hazel Bryant; Ed Bullins; Adolph Caesar; L Scott Caldwell; Godfrey Cambridge; Vinnette Carroll; Rosanna Carter; Rosalind Cash; Lee Chamberlin; Alice Childress; Rony Clanton; Darryl Croxton; Ossie Davis; Philip Hayes Dean; Ruby Dee; Ja'net DuBois; Owen Dodson; Lonne Elder; Giancarlo Esposito; Frankie Faison; Antonio Fargas; Frances Foster; Gloria Foster; J E Franklin; Morgan Freeman; Arthur French; Charles Fuller; Minnie Gentry; Maxwell Glanville; Louis Gossett; Moses Gunn; Adelaide Hall; Julius W Harris; Hilda Haynes; Luther Henderson; Geoffrey Holder; Ellen Holly; Kevin Hooks; Robert Hooks; Linda Hopkins; Earle Hyman; Samuel L Jackson; William Jay; Duane L Jones; James Earl Jones; John Oliver Killens; Coretta Scott King; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Woodie King; Dianne Kirksey; Kirk Kirksey; Gerald S Krone; Diane Ladd; Rosetta LeNoire; Cleavon Little; Calvin Lockhart; Clifford Mason; Ernie McClintock; Loften Mitchell; Lex Monson; Barbara Montgomery; Debbie Morgan; Garrett Morris; Denise Nicholas; Ron O'Neal; Joseph Papp; Chuck Patterson; Shauneille Perry; Sidney Poitier; Josephine Premice; Phylicia Rashad; Larry Riley; Andre Robinson, Jr.; Vivian Robinson; Roxie Roker; Esther Rolle; Ted Ross; Michael A Schultz; C Robert Scott; Lea Scott; Ntozake Shange; Michele Shay; Ed Shockley; Robert B Silver; Louise Stubbs; Clarice Taylor; Barbara Ann Teer; Garland Lee Thompson; Charles Turner; Cicely Tyson; Melvin Van Peebles; Douglas Turner Ward; Richard Ward; James Warden; Denzel Washington; Charles Weldon; Madge Wells; Richard Wesley; Lynn Whitfield; Billy Dee Williams; Clarence Williams; Dick Anthony Williams; Olivia Williams; Samm-Art Williams; Sylvia Williams; Anita Wilson; Hattie Winston; Alfre Woodard; Camille Yarbrough
Genre: Grafisch, Foto
Soort document: Visueel materiaal
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Bert Andrews
OCLC-nummer: 81720623
Opmerkingen: Title devised by cataloger.
Many photographs bear photographer's printed address label or handstamp on verso; some contact sheets have photographer's name and address printed in the negative on recto. Photographic prints, most of which are of exhibition quality, have notations on verso. Most contact sheets have accompanying identifying worksheets. Some contact sheets are cut and stapled on paper.
The contact sheets, which comprise most of the collection, are organized by theater company and arranged alphabetically by title of productionwithin each company (with the exception of the New Federal Theater which, in a few instances, two productions are reproduced on one contact sheet).
Beschrijving: 315 items (1.2 lin. ft., 5 boxes) 40 photographic prints : silver gelatin, b&w ; 36 x 28 cm. and smaller. 17 photographic prints : silver gelatin, b&w ; 26 x 21 cm. and smaller. 127 contact sheets : silver gelatin, b&w ; 27 x 21 cm. and smaller. 131 contact sheets : silver gelatin, b&w ; 21 x 27 cm. and smaller.
Andere titels: Abercrombie apocalypse.
Ain't suppose to die a natural death.
Akokowe.
Amen corner.
American dreams.
Ana Lucasta.
About heaven and earth.
Ballet behind the bridge.
Behold! cometh the Vanderkellans.
Bessie and me.
Bessie Smith empress of the blues.
Big city blues.
Big time Buck White.
Black body blues.
Black girl.
The Blacks.
Boogie woogie landscape.
The breaking.
Breeze of summer.
Brotherhood.
The Brownsville raid.
Carry me back to Morningside Heights.
Ceremonies in dark old men.
Champeen.
Colored people's time.
The connection.
The contract.
Contributions.
Coriolanus.
Cotillion.
Daddy goodness.
Dark of the moon.
Dance and the railroad.
Daughters of the mock.
Day of absence.
District line.
The dream on Monkey Mountain.
Eden.
An evening with Josephine Baker.
The First breeze of summer.
For colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf.
The forever clause.
Go start the rainbow.
God is a (Guess what?)
God's trombones.
The Great MacDaddy.
A hand is on the gate.
Happy ending.
The harangues.
Home.
Hooch.
Hospice.
Ice game.
In an upstate motel.
In the deepest part of sleep.
Inacent black and the five brothers.
Incarnations of Reverend Goode Blacque Dresse.
Investments.
Jesse and the games: "Jesse Owens, Olympiad."
La Crime del Diablo.
Linty Lucy.
Livin' fat.
Long day's journey into night.
Macbeth.
Malcochon.
Man better man.
Manhattan made me.
Me and Bessie.
The Michigan.
Morningside Heights.
The murder of Cyrene Vignette.
Nevis Mountain Dew.
No left turn.
Ododo.
The ofay watcher.
The offering.
Old phantom.
One mo' time.
Papa Bee on the D train.
Partake de goat meat.
Perry's mission.
Plays from Africa: Everyman.
A puppet play.
A raisin in the sun.
The reckoning.
Ride a black horse.
The River Niger.
Rosalie Pritchett.
The royal road.
A season to unravel.
The sixteenth round.
Sisyphus and the blue-eyed cyclops.
Slave ship.
A soldier's play.
Something lost.
Song of the Lusitanian bogey.
Sons and fathers of sons.
The square root of soul.
String.
The sty of the blind pig.
Summer of the seventeenth doll.
Suspenders.
The taking of Miss Janie.
Toe jam.
To be young, gifted and black.
The toilet.
Trumpets of the Lord.
Tu-ankh-amen the boy king.
Twilight dinner.
Weep not for me.
What ever happened to Amos 'n Andy?
What the wine sellers buy.
Waiting for Mongo.
When the chickens come home to roost.
Zooman and the sign.
Zora.

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The Bert Andrews Collection documents the Black Theater Movement in New York City from the 1950s through the 1980s.

The collection primarily documents productions of the following theater companies: the Frank Silvera Writers Workshop (197?-198?), the Negro Ensemble Company (196?-198?), the New Federal Theater (195?-198?), and miscellaneous theater companies, events and individuals (196?-198?). The collection also includes production stills, rehearsal and candid shots of performers, and candid shots of playwrights and directors, as well as various events including theater parties and award ceremonies. The bulk of the collection, namely contact sheets, was reconstructed by Andrews after a 1985 fire destroyed his entire life's work of prints and negatives. The photographic prints, mostly acquired by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in 1982 (pre-dating the fire), were produced from the original negatives. Some photographs in the collection appear in Andrews' book, "In the Shadow of the Great White Way: Images from the Black Theatre" (1989).

The Photographic Prints series consists primarily of stills documenting theatrical productions, mainly by the Negro Ensemble Company. Among the works represented are "A Soldier's Play," "Ain't Suppose to Die a Natural Death," "The Blacks," "Ceremonies in Dark Old Men," "For Colored Girls who have considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf," "One Mo' Time," and "The River Niger." Also included are candid shots of actors, playwrights, and directors including Ed Bullins, Lonnie Elder III, Loften Mitchell, Sidney Poitier, Melvin Van Peebles, and Lynn Whitfield. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King attending a NEC event are photographed in this series.

The Contact Sheets series documents the productions and some related activities of the Frank Silvera Writers Workshop (197?-198?), the Negro Ensemble Company (196?-198?), the New Federal Theater (195?-198?), and miscellaneous theater companies. Images consist of production stills, rehearsal shots, make up and wardrobe activities, and miscellaneous events including cast parties and award ceremonies. Many contact sheets have accompanying worksheets which identify productions, cast members and other individuals, as well as the production dates, directors, playwrights, and artistic and technical staff. A few contact sheets have missing or incomplete worksheets.

The Frank Silvera Writers Workshop contact sheets also document various symposia, open houses, and tributes sponsored by the Workshop. The New Federal Theater contact sheets include portraits of actors Ozzie Davis and Ruby Dee and playwrights Ntozake Shange and Melvin Van Peebles. The miscellaneous theater companies contact sheets include The National Black Touring Circuit production of "Boogie Woogie Landscape;" the Off-Broadway production of "Ceremonies in Dark Old Men;" and an unidentified production of "God's Trombones." Other images include views of the opening night audience attending the Broadway productions of "The River Niger" (1973) and "A Soldier's Play" (1981); and the first year anniversary cast party of "A Soldier's Play."

The Richard Allen Cultural Theater Center is represented in the collection by one production still from "Long Day's Journey into Night" (1981).

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