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Herbert M. Prentice papers, 1925-1960.

Author: Herbert M Prentice
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The collection is almost entirely bound promptbooks, annotated with notes and cues by Prentice, for the plays he produced.
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Genre/Form: Promptbooks
Named Person: Herbert M Prentice; Barry Jackson; Wendy Hiller; James Bridie; Noel Coward; St John G Ervine; Ian Hay; Frederick Lonsdale; W Somerset Maugham; A A Milne; Eugene O'Neill; J B Priestley; Bernard Shaw; Oscar Wilde
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert M Prentice
OCLC Number: 122517917
Notes: Photographs from identified productions and programs have been removed and placed in the Library's Photographs and Programs files.
A complete list of play titles is available in the Theatre Collection's database.
Description: 38 lin ft. (76 boxes).

Abstract:

The collection is almost entirely bound promptbooks, annotated with notes and cues by Prentice, for the plays he produced.

The extensive handwritten staging directions as well as many loose lighting and property plots, cast lists and set design diagrams provide substantial documentation of these productions of the regional British theater in this period (1920s-1950s). There are also some autobiographical writings, notes and drafts for speeches he gave, a small amount of correspondence, mostly with playwrights, photographs from unidentified productions and some photographs of Prentice with colleagues.

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