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Jack Gelber Papers 1938-2002

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The Jack Gelber Papers reflect their creator's career as a writer, director, and, to a lesser extent, a teacher of drama. The collection spans the years 1938 to 2002, but the bulk of the material is from 1957 to 1999. The majority of the collection is made up of correspondence and typescript drafts of his plays, short stories, articles, and screenplays, along with handwritten notes regarding them. Another
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Genre/Form: Abstracts (summaries)
Agreements
Appointment books
Articles
Audiotapes
Brochures
Calendars
Clippings (information aritifacts)
Contracts
Correspondence
Direct mail
Drafts (Documents)
Leaflets
Magazines (periodicals)
Manuscripts (for publication)
Marginalia (annotations)
Newspapers
Notes
Pamphlets
Paperbacks
Photocopies
Photographs
Playbills
Plays (document genre)
Postcards
Posters
Resumes
Reviews (document genre)
Screenplays
Scripts (documents)
Telegrams
Theatre Programs
Videocassettes
Named Person: Edward Albee; Lewis M Allen; Mark Ari; Ivor David Balding; Bernard Beckerman; Eric Bentley; Al Bernal; Joyce Bernal; Bertil Boden; Peter Brook; Jeremy Brooks; Robert Sanford Brustein; Mel Clay; Valerie M Conti; Robert Coover; John Crews; Mario Delgado; Edmundo Desnoes; Jules Fisher; Jack Gelber; Ronald S Konecky; Arthur L Kopit; William J Lederer; Seymour Litvinoff; Lee Lockwood; Gail Kriegel Mallin; Willard Manus; Joe McCabe; Stewart Meyer; Stuart Millar; Donald Pleasence; Jose Rivera; Michael Edward Rudman; Judy Scott-Fox; Karon Semones; Stichting tot Exploitatie en Bescherming van Auteursrechten.; Ubulibri.; Peregrine Whittlesey; Agnes Wilcox
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 480212020
Description: 31.0 linear feet (50 boxes)
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The Jack Gelber Papers reflect their creator's career as a writer, director, and, to a lesser extent, a teacher of drama. The collection spans the years 1938 to 2002, but the bulk of the material is from 1957 to 1999. The majority of the collection is made up of correspondence and typescript drafts of his plays, short stories, articles, and screenplays, along with handwritten notes regarding them. Another substantial component of the collection is clippings, which usually contain reviews, printed ...

The Jack Gelber Papers reflect their creator's career as a writer, director and teacher of American theatre. Much of the collection is composed of Gelber's correspondence and writing, particularly his plays. The collection also holds a smaller amount of records dedicated to a number of the theatre productions and workshops he directed which included performances of his own works. However there are few documents concerning his career as an instructor. As a whole the collection contains substantial ...

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