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San Francisco: Qcc-Queer Cultural Center, 2004. Magazine. 16p. 8.5x10.25 inches, calendar of events with descriptive passages about the companies, shows, films etc., very good booklet on newsprint stock, illustrated with photos, stapled pictorial wraps. Theatre, dance, music, performance art, film, lectures.
New York: Grove Press & Playbill, 1969 & 1971. Magazine. Program unpaginated, 11x8.5 inches landscape format filled with b&w production stills, the spinefold split and clumsily repaired with clear tape (3-inches still untacked); inside find the original ticket stub and tiny envelope stapled to the first page. The playbill has...
San Francisco: Performing Arts & ACT, 1969. 70p., 8.5x11 inches, program for the production, photos, ads, articles, faint cup rings, handling crimps and light general wear to pictorial stapled wraps. Performing Arts: San Francisco's Music & Theatre Monthly; vol. 3, no. 9 September, 1969;. Magazine format playbill for the American...
Los Angeles: The Festival & Times Mirror, 1984. Dozens of news releases/press releases from dozens of theatrical, dance, & music companies, most single-sheet 8.5x11 inches each, many stapled two-sheet releases, in a glossy white folder with color illustration of an actor making-up before a mirror, folder heavily worn and chipped...
no place: Standard Brands Incorporated, 1938. Unpaginated, about 28p., photo illustrated throughout, sewn text bound in 7.5 x 5.5 inch pictorial paper over boards. A few flecks of offset white to cover decoration, background off-white is toned slightly, a nice copy of a fragile item. According to a scene-setting paragraph...
Vancouver, BC: Open Road, 1979. Single issue of Open Road, a Vancouver-based anarchist-oriented newspaper; 16 pages, 16.5x11.5 inches, wraps worn and soiled, else very good, centerfold poster shows a group of women under a drawing of a dragon, captained with a quote from "Anarchism: The Feminist Connection" by Peggy Kornegger...
Claremont, CA: Padua Institute, [195-?]. 16p., 4.5x6.75 inches, illustrated with drawings, pamphlet describing the theatre and school in the Padua Hills, donation slip laid-in, very good booklet in stapled cream pictorial wraps. With material on the Mexican Players and California's Mexican heritage. Millard Sheets was the director of the art...
Los Angeles: Performing Arts Magazine, 2001. 42p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, essays, cast bios, program, photos, ads, wraps rumpled. Magazine format program/playbill for the Berkeley Rep production of Moisés Kaufman's "The Laramie Project" based on interviews with community members in Laramie concerning Matthew Shepard's murder.
New York: Playbill Inc., 1989. 118p., 5.5x8.5 inches, photos, ads, articles, cast bios, very good original program/playbill for the one-man show in stapled pictorial wraps. Based on Theodore Rosengarten's National Book Award-winning book about Nate Shaw/Ned Cobb, a southern African American sharecropper.
Los Angeles: Plaza de la Raza, Real Escuela de Arte Dramatico, Madrid, & Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literature California State University, 1973. [12p] includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, actor bios and photos, the committee, about the program and the Plaza, synopsis of three plays presented, production staff and playbill, lightly-worn...
Santa Cruz: Projectworks/Santa Cruz Actor's Theatre, 1987. [20p] + insert, 5.5x8.5 inches, explanation of the process and the origins of the play, cast, crew, bios with small photos, very good in stapled gray wraps. A play based on the director's dream and improvised over a long period by the ensemble.
San Francisco: Tivoli Theatre, 1948. 8p. playbill for the d'Usseau/Gow play, wraps, with mimeographed ticket ordering form for opening night laid in. Two European American playwrights created a powerful drama, involving the return of a Black war hero to his southern home town, to produce the "most successful play about...
London: Dewynters Ltd., 1978. 32p. includes covers, 9x12 inches, historical background, cast bios and photos, production stills, lightly-rubbed covers otherwise very good souvenir program in stapled pictorial wraps. Original London West End run which preceded the Broadway but after the original Eva (Elaine Page) had been replaced by Stephanie Lawrence.