Found 16 collections related to Sullivan, Arthur, 1842-1900

Emery, Edwin T., d. 1951
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 1997-054
.1 linear feet (1 portfolio)
Actor, director and producer, Edwin T. Emery was the director of the WPA's Federal Theatre Project's Gilbert and Sullivan unit. He began his stage career in 1893 appearing with leading stock companies and working with Maude Adams and E. H. Sothern... more
New York City Opera
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 95-04
21 sound cassettes, analog stereo; 21 sound cassettes, analog stereo
Audio cassettes with descriptions and plot summaries for various operas in the New York City Opera's productions of the 1994-1998 seasons. They were originally intended for use by the visually impaired. Operas included: Wonderful town, Carmen,... more
Horner, Ralph
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 1998-059
(1 portfolio)
Ralph Horner was a conductor for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company of London from the late 1870s until the early 1890s. In addition to conducting the orchestra, Horner served as stage manager on the company's tours. He also wrote FOUR BY HONOURS, a... more
Historical Records Survey (U.S.)
Billy Rose Theatre Division | MWEZ 2147
1 volume (49 leaves), 28 cm; 1 volume (49 leaves), 28 cm
Typescript list compiled by James D. Barton contains an introduction followed by lists giving opera title, production date, theater and stars. Within each title the arrangement is chronological.
Goldberg, Isaac, 1887-1938
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1167
6 linear feet (6 boxes, 1 folder)
Isaac Goldberg (1887-1938) was an American author, critic and editor. He was literary editor at the American Freeman from 1923 to 1932 and music reviewer for American Mercury from 1930 to 1932. He also was a founder and editor of Panorama and an... more
Rose, Sidney
Music Division | JOB 14-02
.75 linear feet (3 boxes)
The Sidney Rose collection of Gilbert and Sullivan memorabilia dates from 1865 to 1950. It contains clippings, posters, programs, photographs, and color souvenir cards pertaining to performances of Gilbert and Sullivan operas on the east coast of... more
New York Shakespeare Festival Productions
Music Division | JPB 04-03
284 linear feet (415 boxes)
The collection consists primarily of music scores from The New York Shakespeare Festival and Joseph Papp’s Broadway productions. There are several boxes that contain production material.
Elliott, William (William F.)
Music Division | JPB 04-24
15 linear feet (42 boxes)
The William Elliott Papers document music created by Elliott for New York City's experimental and Off-Broadway theater productions from the 1970s and early 1980s.
New York Shakespeare Festival Productions;Papp, Joseph
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 1993-028
851.5 linear feet (1803 boxes)
The New York Shakespeare Festival records (1954-1992) measure approximately 850 linear feet and consist of scripts, correspondence, inter-office memoranda, production materials, reports, financial records, photographs, and memorabilia. The records... more
Mielziner, Jo, 1901-1976
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 1993-002
Jo Mielziner, set and lighting designer, theater architect and consultant. The collection consists of personal papers, personal and professional correspondence, production materials, office and financial files, writings, professional appearance... more
Lortel, Lucille
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 2001-006
The papers of Lucille Lortel relate the details of her life and career from teen years to her death in 1999, and include correspondence, production files, scripts, programs, production photographs, personal and family photographs, organization... more
Henderson, Ray, 1889-1937
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 1965-003
Ray Henderson, advance man and publicist, promoted many of the well-known actors of the early 20th century, among them George Arliss, Katharine Cornell and E. H. Sothern and Julia Marlowe. His papers document this relationship with these... more
Let's Go to the Opera (Radio program).
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 89-31
Let's Go to the Opera was a 1946 radio series that featured Metropolitan Opera principals and other well known singers of the time in selections from popular operas and operettas. All selections are sung in English.
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 89-33
1579 sound discs, analog acetate 33 rpm, 16 in.; 1579 sound discs, analog acetate 33 rpm, 16 in.
Weekly 30-minute NBC radio broadcasts, featuring classical and light classical music, which began on Apr. 29, 1940 and continued until 1958. In September, 1959, the Bell Telephone Hour made its television debut as a monthly musical special. It... more
Railroad Hour Radio Program
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 88-03
490 sound discs, analog 33 1/3 rpm, 16 in.; 490 sound discs, analog 33 1/3 rpm, 16 in.; 42 sound tapes, analog 7 1/2 ips 2 track mono, 7 in.; 42 sound tapes, analog 7 1/2 ips 2 track mono, 7 in.
The Railroad hour was a program which presented excerpts of famous musical comedies, as well as original stories, for radio audiences. Each half-hour episode of the program presented the highlights of one musical. Gordon MacRae was the host and... more
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