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|Named Person:||Julie Andrews; Burt Bacharach; Cecil Beaton; Irving Berlin; Leonard Bernstein; Alexander Cohen; Aaron Copland; Katherine Cornell; Noel Coward; Hume Cronyn; Agnes De Mille; Melvyn Douglas; José Ferrer; Rex Harrison; Moss Hart; Florence Henderson; Stanley Holloway; Alfred A Knopf; Frederick Loewe; Jo Mielzinger; Richard M Nixon; Richard Rodgers; Eleanor Roosevelt; Wolfgang Roth; Oliver Lemuel Smith; Jule Styne; James Thurber; Harold Rome; Joseph A Fields; Noel Coward; Howard Sackler; Stan Freeman; Frederick Loewe; Jean-Paul Sartre|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||The film in this collection also is cataloged individually.|
|Description:||30.0 c.f. (68 archives boxes, 8 flat boxes, 2 card boxes), 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm), 4 tape recordings, 1 disc recording, and 2 reels of film; plus additions of 2 tape recordings.|
The material on "My Fair Lady" includes files not only on its long Broadway run, but also on its national, British, and Russian touring companies, and its 1976 Broadway revival. The collection's film is a documentary concerning the production's visit to Moscow in 1960. Also included are legal documents relating to litigation over this musical which involved CBS, Actors' Equity, and the Mark Hellinger Theatre.
Scattered correspondence includes letters from many prominent individuals who were involved in Levin's productions, as well as from many others who were admirers of his work. Among these are Julie Andrews, Burt Bacharach, Cecil Beaton, Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Alexander Cohen, Katherine Cornell, Noel Coward, Hume Cronyn, Agnes de Mille, Jose Ferrer, Rex Harrison, Moss Hart, Florence Henderson, Stanley Holloway, Alfred Knopf, Jr., Jo Mielziner, Richard M. Nixon, Richard Rodgers, Eleanor Roosevelt, Wolfgang Roth, and James Thurber.
The collection also contains orchestrations by Jule Styne and Frederick Loewe; a photocopy of the score for "Lincoln Portrait" by Aaron Copland; blueprints of set designs by Oliver Smith; sound recordings of "The Girl Who Came to Supper" and "The Great White Hope"; a typed script for "After the Ball" by Noel Coward; and a few boxes which relate to Levin's early work as a theatrical agent and to plays rejected for production.
The processed portion is summarized above and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below and consist of tape recordings relevant to "The Great White Hope."
- Andrews, Julie.
- Bacharach, Burt.
- Beaton, Cecil, -- 1904-1980.
- Berlin, Irving, -- 1888-1989.
- Bernstein, Leonard, -- 1918-1990.
- Cohen, Alexander, -- 1864-
- Copland, Aaron, -- 1900-1990.
- Cornell, Katherine.
- Coward, Noel, -- 1899-1973.
- Cronyn, Hume.
- De Mille, Agnes.
- Douglas, Melvyn.
- Ferrer, José, -- 1912-1992.
- Harrison, Rex.
- Hart, Moss, -- 1904-1961.
- Henderson, Florence.
- Holloway, Stanley.
- Knopf, Alfred A. -- (Alfred Abraham), -- 1918-2009.
- Loewe, Frederick, -- 1901-1988.
- Mielzinger, Jo, -- 1901-1976.
- Nixon, Richard M. -- (Richard Milhous), -- 1913-1994.
- Rodgers, Richard, -- 1902-1979.
- Roosevelt, Eleanor, -- 1884-1962.
- Roth, Wolfgang, -- 1910-1988.
- Smith, Oliver Lemuel, -- 1918-1994.
- Styne, Jule, -- 1905-1994.
- Thurber, James, -- 1894-1961.
- Actors' Equity Association.
- Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
- Mark Hellinger Theatre (Organization : New York, N.Y.)
- Rome, Harold, -- 1908-1993. -- Call me mister.
- Fields, Joseph A., -- 1895-1966. -- Gentlemen prefer blonds.
- Coward, Noel, -- 1899-1973. -- Girl who came to supper.
- Sackler, Howard. -- Great white hope.
- Freeman, Stan. -- Lovely ladies, kind gentlemen.
- Loewe, Frederick, -- 1901-1988. -- My fair lady.
- Sartre, Jean-Paul, -- 1905-1980. -- Huis clos.
- No exit.
- Musicals -- Production and direction.
- Theaters -- Production and direction.
- Theaters -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Theaters -- England -- London.
- Theaters -- Soviet Union.
- Theatrical agents.