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Collection Summary

Administrative History

Scope and Contents

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Administrative Records, 1996-2011

Programming, 1978-1990

Press and Publicity, 1997-2009, undated

Theater Productions, 1979-2001

Assorted Photographs, 1995-2002

Austin History Center

Austin Creative Alliance

An Inventory of the Collection



Collection Summary

Creator: Austin Creative Alliance
Title: Austin Creative Alliance Records
Dates: 1979-2011
Abstract: Under the auspices of the CreateAustin Master Plan, the Austin Creative Alliance began in 2009 to create a network of support for creative arts programs in Austin. This collection of meeting minutes, event listings, fliers, posters, playbills, press material, clippings, photographs, and negatives from 1974 to 2011 capture the performances and other activities of the Austin Creative Alliance, including the transition from the Austin Circle of Theatres (founded in 1975) to the Austin Creative Alliance in 2009.
Accession number: AR.2017.036
Quantity: 3.2 linear feet (8 boxes)
Location: Archive Stacks, qAR, Outer Vault
Language: English
Repository: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library,
810 Guadalupe, PO Box 2287, Austin, TX 78768

Administrative History

Linalice Carey and Libby Winters founded the Austin Circle of Theaters (ACoT) in 1974 to encourage collaboration and support for the performing arts community. According to their 1976 Statement of Ethics, encouraging collaboration included “setting opening dates, preview nights for news media, audition sessions, and selections for the theatre season” to create a “harmonious” and “cohesive” theater community. One of their first programs was the B. Iden Payne Awards, which began in 1974 to honor outstanding achievement in the performing arts. ACoT also began events such as Playfest, a 10-week performing arts festival for children, and Theater Week, an 11-day campaign to support the performing arts in lower-income areas. To assist with communication, the ACoT also began Curtain Call, a monthly newsletter available to the general Austin public.

In the mid-2000s, Austin began to see an increase in the cost of living and population, and in turn the development of silos within the cultural sector. In response, the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division launched the CreateAustin Leadership Council in September 2006. The Council comprised of 70 community leaders from various economic and cultural sectors, conducted research to create a 10-year plan for cultural development in Austin, Texas. The main goals were to build support for the creative arts and to make the creative community more economically self-sustaining. Former Mayor of Austin William Wynn and Dr. Teresa Lozano Long, founder of the Long Foundation, co-chaired the Leadership Council.

For two years, the Leadership Council alongside six Task Force Teams researched and discussed weaknesses within the arts community and possible solutions. A study group formed in January 2008 specifically to focus on building sustainability and engagement. This group met with a variety of speakers, such as Tom Kaiden, head of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, Elizabeth Callener, who worked for over 20 years in large arts organizations, and Laura Esparza, Division Manager of the Museums and Cultural Programs of the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department. The Task Force Teams created a list of recommendations for the arts community and published it in 2009, as part of the CreateAustin Cultural Master Plan.

One of the primary recommendations of the plan was to create a Cultural Alliance. This alliance would be a venue for networking, advocating, and financial support for the arts. The Master Plan recommended building on the work of the Austin Circle of Theaters and its long history of promoting collaboration and support within the arts community. To begin planning for this transition, Latifah Taormina, the executive director of the Austin Circle of Theatres, and Paul Alvarado-Dykstra, a co-founder of Fantastic Fest, began meeting with people such as Andrew Taylor (Taylor, “About Andrew Taylor”), who were experts in developing business models for cultural arts organizations.

According to the business plan draft for the Alliance from July 6, 2009, the following goals were set for the organization: coordinate projects to advance creative culture through advocacy, research, marketing, and programs; host events and workshops to assist project development; and to become a sustainable, respectable network for creative enterprises. These goals intended to increase public awareness, appreciation, participation, and support for the arts and artists and to expand the creative arts economy.

After four months of strategizing, the business plan for the Creative Alliance was finalized, and on September 18, 2009, the Austin Circle of Theatres was officially renamed the Greater Austin Creative Alliance. The Austin Creative Alliance held its first meeting several days later on September 22, led by the Transition Team: Huey Houston and Latifah Taormina of the Creative Alliance Task Force and Robert Faires and Deborah Edwards of the CreateAustin Leadership Council. Mayor Lee Leffingwell formally announced the new Austin Creative Alliance on September 24, 2009.

In its first decade, the Austin Creative Alliance has worked hard to meet its goals. ACA has supported over 80 different creative projects through fiscal sponsorships and renting studio and community spaces. To support the performing arts, ACA began the Unified Auditions, where actors can audition to an audience of directors, producers, and stage managers from a variety of different creative projects. ACA also hosts a series of Creative Sector Summits to bring together creative cultural leaders from all over Austin to discuss challenges facing the cultural industry. In addition, the ACA Advocacy Task Force attends city council committee meetings to advocate for creating and passing art-friendly policy and budgeting. Finally, to celebrate those who made large, sustainable contributions to the arts in Austin, ACA hosts the Austin Creative Alliance Honors. In the 2018-2019 season, the organization is run by a Board of Directors, with Shea Little as Chair, Dewy Brooks as Vice Chair, and John Reidie as CEO.

Sources:

Austin Creative Alliance. https://www.austincreativealliance.org/

CreateAustin Cultural Master Plan.Austintexas.gov: the official website of the city of Austin. 2009. https://www.austintexas.gov/department/createaustin-cultural-master-plan

“Cookie G. Ruiz, C.F.R.E.” Ballet Austin. https://balletaustin.org/about/cookie-ruiz

Performing Arts Collection. Texas Archival Resources Online.https://legacy.lib.utexas.edu/taro/aushc/00366/ahc-00366.html

Savlov, Marc. “It’s Alive! The founders on Fantastic Fest.” The Austin Chronicle. Oct.7, 2005. https://www.austinchronicle.com/screens/2005-10-07/296414/

Taylor, Andrew. “Speaking in Austin, Texas.” The Artful Manager: Andrew Taylor on the business of arts and culture. June 11, 2009.https://www.artsjournal.com/artfulmanager/main/speaking_in_austin_texas.php

Taylor, Andrew. “About Andrew Taylor”. The Artful Manager: Andrew Taylor on the business of arts and culture. https://www.artsjournal.com/artfulmanager/andrew-taylor

“Teresa Lozano Long, Ed.D.” Texas Women’s Hall of Fame. 2018. https://twu.edu/twhf/honorees/teresa-lozano-long-edd-/

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Scope and Contents

The collection of the Austin Creative Alliance consists mainly of minutes, proceedings, correspondence, financial documents, photographic materials-both photo positives and negatives, event advertisements and documents, as well as, printed materials documenting the organizational structure and extensive civic activities of the Austin Circle of Theaters, and subsequently the Austin Creative Alliance.

The Administrative Records (1998-2010) series contains the bulk of the textual materials relating to the organization and operation of the Austin Circle of Theaters; including meeting minutes from the Board of Directors of the Austin Circle of Theaters (1998-2009) and the Austin Creative Alliance (2009-2010), which includes announcements for upcoming events, project updates, and fiscal reports. This series also serves to document the transition from the Circle of Theaters to the Creative Alliance in 2009. This series also includes membership forms, information on local theater and cultural programming venues, and photographs of ACA staff.

The Programming (1993-2010) series contains fliers, playbills, invitations, clippings, photographs, and negatives related to programs hosted by the Austin Circle of Theater/Austin Creative Alliance. Programs include Theater Week, Playfest, Curtain Call, B. Iden Payne Awards, AusTix, Let’s Go Austin, membership events, and other social gatherings.

The Press and Publicity (1997-2009) series consists primarily of clippings related to ACoT/ACA and Executive Director, Latifa Taormina. This series also includes negatives from various press releases.

The Theater Productions (1979-2001) series is comprised of mostly black-and-white and color photographs, negatives, and transparencies documenting local Austin theater performances. The photographs capture rehearsals and performances from theater groups such as Capitol City Playhouse, A Different Stages, Express Theater, Hyde Park Theater, Teatro Vivo and the Vortex. A small selection of playbills, fliers, press kits and other promotional material are also in this series.

The Assorted Photographs (1995-2002, undated) series contains black-and-white and color photographs, negative and transparencies of various Austin actors and creatives, including headshots of Austin Circle of Theater membership. This series also contains unidentified negatives and photographs of various ACoT/ACA activities.

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Arrangement of the Records

The records of the Austin Creative Alliance had little arrangement with the exception of the meeting minutes. The organization of the records within the original folders was largely maintained, but the processors created the overall arrangement, particularly with the photographic material. The collection is arranged into five series:
Administrative Records
  • Minutes
  • Project Files
Programming
  • Theater Week
  • Playfest
  • Curtain Call
  • Additional Programming and Events
Press and Publicity
Theater Productions
Assorted Photographs

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open to all users

Use Restrictions

The Austin History Center (AHC) is the owner of the physical materials in the AHC collections and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the AHC before any publication use. The AHC does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners. Consult repository for more details.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Alvarado-Dykstra, Paul.
Barfield, Heather.
Bartholomee, Lowell.
Bessy, Ron.
Blumensaadt, Norman.
Brooks, Dewy.
Callener, Elizabeth.
Carnes, Freddy.
Colleen, Bonnie.
Ebert, Rona.
Edwards, Deborah.
Esparza, Laura.
Faires, Robert.
George, Babs.
Gray, Acia.
Houston, Huey.
Jambon, Karen.
Kaiden, Tom.
Lason, Jenny.
Layton, Amy.
Leffingwell, Lee.
Long, Teresa Lozano.
Nash, Rob.
Nason, Bernadette.
Reyes, Ruperto.
Ruiz, Cookie Gregory.
Taormina, Latifah.
Taylor, Andrew.
Underwood, Jennifer.
Webster, Ken.
Williams, Cyndi.
Woodbury, Heather.
Wynn, William.
Subjects (Organizations)
Austin Creative Alliance.
Austin Circle of Theatres.
Austin Coalition of Children’s Theatre.
AusTix.
B. Iden Payne Awards Council.
City of Austin.
CreateAustin Cultural Committee.
A Different Stage Production.
Alley Theatre.
Bare Essentials: An Introduction to Sign Language through Story, Dance and Music.
Blue Theater.
Bubble Mania.
Capitol City Men’s Chorus.
Capitol City Playhouse.
Dougherty Arts Center.
Express Theatre.
Frontera at Hyde Park Theater (F@HPT)
Gilbert and Sullivan Society.
Last* Chance Production.
Live Oak Theatre.
Live Oak Theatre-School of Acting.
Mary Moody Northern Theatre.
One Theatre Company.
Palace Theater.
Public Domain Theater Company.
Physical Planet Theater.
Rude Mechanicals.
Teatro Libertad.
Teatro Humanidad.
University of Texas Austin Department of Theatre and Dance.
VORTEX Repertory Company.
Zachary Scott Theater Center.
Subjects
Art--Texas--Austin.
Artists--Texas--Austin.
Cultural arts--Texas--Austin.
Museums--Texas--Austin.
Community Organizations--Texas--Austin.
Theater Programs.
Theater--Texas--Austin--History.
Theaters--Texas--Austin.
Women--Societies and clubs.
Places
Austin (Tex.)--Social life and customs.
Document Types
Administrative records.
Black-and-white photographs.
Black-and-white slides.
Black-and-white transparencies.
Brochures.
Clippings.
Color photographs.
Color slides.
Contact sheets.
Correspondence.
Emails.
Fliers.
Minutes.
Playbills.
Posters.
PowerPoint presentations.
Programs.

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Related Material

General Collection


  • A 792.0976 AU Austin Repertory Theatre (Tex.), Austin Repertory Theater1978.
  • A 792.0976431 MA Joe Edgar Manry, Curtain Call: The History of Theatre in Austin, 1839-1905.
  • A 792.0976 AU Austin Repertory Theatre (Tex.), Austin Repertory Theater1978.
  • A VHS 792.0976431 ON 150 Years of Austin Theater.1989.

Periodicals


  • A. Mozart Fest: Newsletter
  • ACMS Update (Austin Lyric Opera)
  • Acoustic Music Austin
  • Acting Up! (Paramount Theatre)
  • Actors and Company: Newsletter
  • Actors Etc.: Newsletter
  • Advent (Austin's Magazine of the Arts)
  • AGS News (Austin Guitar Society)
  • Applause (U.T., Frank Irwin)
  • Ariel Dance Theatre
  • Arriba La Pantalla! Raise the Curtain (Ballet East Dance Company)
  • ATY Update (Austin Theatre for Youth)
  • Austin Chamber Music Center - Concert Series
  • Austin Chamber Music Center Newsletter
  • Austin Choral Artists Concert Newsletter
  • Austin Choral Union News
  • Austin Circle of Theaters Newsletter
  • Austin Civic Ballet Footnotes
  • Austin Civic Ballet Newsletter
  • Austin Civic Ballet We're On Our Toes
  • Austin Civic Theatre Newsletter
  • Austin Classical Guitar Society: ACGS Ovations
  • Austin Entertainment
  • Austin Gilbert & Sullivan Society Newsletter
  • Austin Guitar Society News
  • Austin Lyric Opera: Programs
  • Austin Lyric Opera: Armstrong Community School
  • Austin On Tap Newsletter
  • Austin Parks and Recreation Department Leaflet
  • Austin Parks and Recreation Department Schedule
  • Austin Playhouse Prelude
  • Austin Readers' Theatre News
  • Austin Symphony Notes
  • Austin Symphony Orchestra Notes
  • Austin Symphony Orchestra Programs
  • Austin Symphony Orchestra Society Newsletter
  • Austin Theatre Alliance: News
  • Austin Theatre: Paramount & State Theatres Season Calendar, 2004-2005 Season
  • Austin Theatrical News, The
  • Austin Vocal Arts Ensemble
  • Austin Wide Open Entertainment
  • Ballet Austin Programs: 1992-93 Season
  • Ballet Austin News
  • Ballet Austin Newsletter
  • Bijuberti Broadside
  • Bijuberti Bugle, The
  • Braden Dance Events
  • Business and the Arts
  • Business and the Arts Review
  • Cadenza (Capital City Men's Chorus)
  • Call Sheet (Zilker Theatre Productions)
  • Callboard (Austin Civic Theatre)
  • Callboard, The (Hyde Park Showplace)
  • Callboard, The (Zachary Scott Theatre Center)
  • Capitol City Arts and Entertainment Magazine
  • Capitol City Playhouse Thrust
  • CCP Alliance News (Capitol City Playhouse)
  • Center Stage Incorporated Newsletter
  • Chamber Musings (Austin Chamber Music Center)
  • Chamber Soloists of Austin News Release
  • Choir Caper Newspaper (Austin Children's Choir)
  • Chorus Austin Season Program
  • Citizine
  • City of Austin Calendar of Events
  • Coming Attractions: Of Special Interest to the African-American
  • Concert Notes (Austin Symphonic Band)
  • Conspirare
  • Creek Theatre Callboard, The
  • Curtain Call/Newsletter (ACOT) (Austin Circle of Theatres, Inc.)
  • Curtain Up! (Arts Center Stage/The Long Center)
  • Dance Umbrella Newsletter/News
  • Dateline (Austin Reader's Theatre)
  • Deborah Hay Dance Company
  • Defunk's Press: The Texas Music and Entertainment Magazine
  • DHDC (Deborah Hay Dance Company, The)
  • Dialogue (Capitol City Playhouse)
  • Encore: The Austin Symphony Newsletter
  • Etc.: The Magazine That Brings You More
  • Festival Folio (Austin Shakespeare Festival)
  • Foot Notes (Dance International)
  • Footlights (Ballet Austin Guild)
  • Footnotes (Ballet Austin)
  • Frontera Incognita (Frontera at Hyde Park Theatre)
  • Hill City Light, The (Scottish Rite Lodge)
  • Hymnal
  • In Motion (Dance Umbrella)
  • Insite (Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau)
  • Intermission (Ballet Austin)
  • Let's Go Austin (Austin Circle of Theaters, Inc.)
  • Live Oak Theatre
  • Live Oak Theatre Prelude
  • Marquee, The (Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts)
  • Maverick-Clarke's Millet's Opera House
  • Monthly Calendar of Events: Austin Convention Center
  • Music Umbrella of Austin Newsletter
  • News (Austin Circle of Theaters)
  • News and Notes from the Austin Choral Union
  • News Notes (Austin Chamber Music Center)
  • Notes (Music Umbrella of Austin)
  • Open Arts. Open Minds.: Long Center; The Art & Soul of Austin (Long Center for the Performing Arts)
  • Opera Ensemble of Austin Newsletter
  • OperAustin (Austin Lyric Opera)
  • Paramount Prelude (Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts)
  • Paramount Presents (Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts)
  • Paramount Prompter (Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts)
  • Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts
  • Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts News Bulletin
  • Point to Pointe (Ballet Austin)
  • Producers Playbill (Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts)
  • Public Press, The (Public Domain Theatre Company)
  • Rhythm & News (Tapestry Dance Company and Academy)
  • Round the Capitol Square (Austin Square & Round Dance Association)
  • Rude Remark (Rude Mechanicals Theatre Collective)
  • Score, The (Austin Symphony Orchestra Society)
  • Sharir Dance Company Newsletter
  • Showbill: Paramount Theatre
  • Society Page, The (Austin Handel-Hayden Society)
  • Soundpost (Friends of the Austin Symphony)
  • Spotlight (Zachary Scott Theatre Center)
  • Spotlight (Austin Circle of Theatres, Inc.)
  • Spotlight (Austin Theatre for Youth)
  • Springboard (Johnson/Long Dance Company)
  • Stage Call (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees 205)
  • Stage Scene
  • State Theater Company Prelude
  • Symphony Square (Austin Symphony Orchestra Society)
  • Symphony Square Committee Newsletter (Austin Symphony Orchestra Society)
  • Symphony, The (Austin Symphony Orchestra Society)
  • Tapestry, weaving dance into life (Tapestry Dance Company, Austin, TX)
  • Theatre Arts: An Occasional Newsletter for Patrons of the Arts (Theatre Arts Project)
  • Third Coast Jazz (Austin Dance Umbrella)
  • Third Coast Music/3rd Coast Music
  • Update (Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau)
  • UT Performing Arts Center
  • View Pointe (Austin Ballet Theatre)
  • Vivace (Chorus Austin)
  • Vivace! (Austin Civic Chorus)
  • Voice Mail (Austin Vocal Arts Ensemble)
  • Women's Symphony League of Austin Newsletter
  • Zach Theatre (Topfer)
  • Zachary Scott Theatre Center: Programs
  • Zilker Theatre News & Musical Notes

Archives & Manuscripts


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Separated Material

“Curtain Up” newsletters have been separated to the Periodicals division.

The following items have been deaccessioned from the collection: magazines on the Austin arts community, duplicate material, and an unreadable floppy disk.

Newspaper clippings have been photocopied and deaccessioned from the collection.

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Administrative Information

Custodial History

Materials donated by Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer of the Austin Creative Alliance, Heather Barfield.

Preferred Citation

Austin Creative Alliance (AR.2017.089). Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Donor #: DO/2017/078

Donation Date: October 2, 2017

Processing Information

Initial processing and Finding Aid by Brenna Wheeler and Megan Steele in December 2018. Additional processing and revisions made by Ayshea Khan in 2019.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Administrative Records, 1996-2011

Minutes, 1998-2010
Box Folder
1 1-6 ACoT Board Meetings, 1998-2002
Box Folder
2 1-6 ACoT Board Meetings, 2002-2006
Box Folder
3 1-6 ACoT Board Meetings, 2006-2009
Box Folder
4 1-3 Creative Alliance TAT, 2007-2008
4-5 Creative Alliance Study Group, 2008
Box Folder
5 1-2 ACA Board Meetings, 2009-2010
Project Files, 1996-2011
Box Folder
5 3 Arts Facilities Survey and Directories, 1996-2010
4 Board and Creative Council Nomination Packet, 2009-2010
5 Membership Recruitment, 2001-2011
6 National Arts and Humanities Month, 2010
7 Art Transit Map Sponsorship, 2011

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Programming, 1978-1990

Theater Week, 1980-1998, undated
Box Folder
5 8 Theater Week, 1980-1996
Box Folder
6 1 Theater Week, 1996-1998
2 Theater Week Photographs (#035-060), undated
Playfest, 1994-1999, undated
Box Folder
6 3-8 Playfest Photographs, 1994-1999
Additional color slides from Playfest 1994-1999 located in the Outer Vault
Additional color 120mm negatives from Playfest 1996 located in the Outer Vault
Additional color and black and white 35mm negatives from Playfest 1999 located in the Outer Vault
9 Playfest Photographs, undated
2 Playfest Portfolio Award Application, 1998, undated
Curtain Call, 1993-1996, undated
Box Folder
6 11-12 Curtain Call Photographs, 1993-1996
Additional color and black and white 35mm negatives located in the Outer Vault
13 Curtain Call, September 1994
14 Curtain Call, October 1995
Box Folder
7 1 Curtain Call, undated
Additional color 35mm negatives located in the Outer Vault
Additional Programming and Events, 1994-2010, undated
Box Folder
7 2 AusTix (#638-681), undated
3 B. Iden Payne Awards, 2000-2010
4 Let's Go Austin, 2003-2004
5 ACoT Birthday, undated
6 Social Events Photographs (#710-809), 1994-2000
7 Assorted Events, 1998-2000

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Press and Publicity, 1997-2009, undated

Box Folder
7 8 Magazine Articles, 1997-2009
9 Latifa Taormina Clippings, 2001-2003
10 Press Release Contact Sheets, undated
Original 35mm and 120mm black and white negatives in Outer Vault.
Location BoxItem
qAR 08/029-047 Posters, 1981-2008

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Theater Productions, 1979-2001

Box Folder
7 11 Playbills, 1979-1988
12 Rehearsal Photographs (#810-846), 1998, 2001, undated
13 Merrily We Roll Along, 1999
Original 35mm color negatives from the Merrily We Roll Along photo shoot in Outer Vault.
14 Metamophaoke 3000 Press Kit, 2001
15 Austin Circle of Theaters Productions (#847-868), undated
16 Performance Groups (A-D)(#869-910), 1992-2001, undated
This folder contains photographs of productions from the following performance groups: A.D. Players, Alley Theater, The Appleseed Connection, Austin Scriptworks, Austin Theatre for Youth, Blue Theatre, Bubble Mania, Capitol City Men's Chorus, Capitol City Playhouse, Dallas Opera, A Different Stages, and Dougherty Arts Center
Box Folder
8 1 Performance Groups (E-L)(#911-953), 1996-1999, undated
This folder contains photographs of productions from the following performance groups: Express Theatre, Hyde Park Theatre, Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Last* Chance Productions, Live Oak Theatre
2 Performance Groups (M-T)(#954-987), 1995-2001
This folder contains photographs of productions from the following performance groups: Mary Moody Northern Theatre, Off Center, Old Depot Stage, One Theatre Company, Onstage, Palace Theater, Physical Plant Theater, Planet Theatre, Public Domain Theatre Company, Rude Mechanicals, Teatro Humanidad Cansada, Teatro Libertad
3 Performance Groups (U-Z)(#988-1017), 1994-2001
This folder contains photographs of productions from the following performance groups: UT Theatre, Vortex Repertory Company, Zachary Scott
4 Theater Performances 1997-1998 (#1204-1222), 1997-1998
Additional original color slides in Outer Vault.
5 Assorted Known Productions (#1018-1054), 1995-1998
Additional original color slides in Outer Vault.
6 Unidentified Productions (#1055-1096), undated
Additional original color slides in Outer Vault.

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Assorted Photographs, 1995-2002

Box Folder
8 7 Member Photographs (#1097-1145), 1995-2002, undated
8 Performer Head Shots (#1146-1203), undated
9 Office Photographs, undated
10 Copy Negatives, undated
Additional black and white 35mm negatives in Outer Vault.
11 Negatives, undated

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