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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dept. of Dramatic Art photographs and related materials, 1911-1970s.

Author: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of Dramatic Art.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection spans the time period from 1911 through the 1970s and includes photographs and related material documenting theatrical productions, personnel, tours, programs, events, and other activities of the Department of Dramatic Art. Images primarily document the Carolina Playmakers (1918-1975), and often depict Caucasian actors portraying African American, Native American, and Asian characters. Many of these  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Drama Photographs
Drama
Named Person: Billy Arthur; Loretto Carroll Bailey; Barrett H Clark; Gertrude Wilson Coffin; George Vernon Denny; Robert Finch; Foster Fitz-Simons; Marion Tatum Fitz-Simons; Paul Green; Ben Greet, Sir; Andy Griffith; Richard B Harrison; Hubert C Heffner; W C Horton; Kai Jurgensen; August Wilhelm Koch; Frederick H Koch; Percy MacKaye; Samuel Selden; Betty Smith; Bayard Morgan Wootten
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of Dramatic Art.
OCLC Number: 43026552
Description: approximately 6000 items (13.5 linear feet)
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The collection spans the time period from 1911 through the 1970s and includes photographs and related material documenting theatrical productions, personnel, tours, programs, events, and other activities of the Department of Dramatic Art. Images primarily document the Carolina Playmakers (1918-1975), and often depict Caucasian actors portraying African American, Native American, and Asian characters. Many of these early play images were taken and produced by the photographer Bayard Wootten or by Wootten-Moulton Studios. Productions and activities of the PlayMakers Reperatory Company, the North Dakota Playmakers (founded by Frederick Henry Koch in 1905 before he came to the University of North Carolina), and the Works Progress Administration's Federal Theatre Project are also depicted. The collection consists primarily of photographic material (prints, negatives, and 35mm slides), but also contains programs from productions, notes on tour dates, reviews, and other materials.

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