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    • 1942-1943 Dramatic Activity Program 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1942)
      The newly formed Kalamazoo College Players, alongside the Department of Speech, released this program of extracurricular activities presented by the two organizations.
    • Activating Theatre at Hackett Catholic Central High School - Part 2 

      Natonek, Paul (2003)
      As a student I do not think I ever realized the discipline, effort, and attention to detail it takes to be a teacher. After going through a school system for the last fifteen years, the organization in the classroom ...
    • The Actor in New York 

      Roberts, Tim (1978)
      Describes three months in New York City including the business of auditioning and landing a part on Broadway. The author performed as the narrator in Morna Murphy's musical, Shelley, at The Court Repertory Theatre.
    • Actors Hold: An Analysis of the Director/Stage Manager Relationship in Professional and Educationai Theatre 

      Dennis, Rebecca (2010)
      Since a young age I have been interested in theatre. At first, I was only drawn to the spotlight on stage. It wasn't until my position as assistant stage manager on the play Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, did ...
    • An Actors Workshop 

      Campbell, Kelly (2009)
      In order to gain a holistic approach to the work between Michael and I, and to the script/production that would be receiving the changes and evolution, I tried to develop a four-pronged focus. Divided amongst Physical 1 ...
    • Adventures in Theatre : an Internship with the Kalamazoo Civic Theater 

      Hager, Karen (1986)
      The author describes her work in three areas of the Kalamazoo Civic's youth theater program: supervising box office volunteers, teaching an acting workshop for the actors in Moliere's The Doctor In Spite of Himself, and a ...
    • The Aesthetic Development of Internal : From Text Creation to Final Production 

      Hutchman, Rich (1991)
      The author describes the process of planning, writing, revising, and directing an original play.
    • Ah, Wilderness! 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1986-05-22)
      Program for the Theatre and Communication Arts production of Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill. Directed by Ed Menta and performed in the Balch Playhouse on May 22, 23, and 24 of 1986.
    • Ai Mai: A Play in II Acts 

      Blumenfeld, Diane (2004)
      I wanted to find a way to combine my interests with my SIP. I am a theatre major and a Japanese minor and I feel that writing a play about Japan and Japanese culture is an excellent way to bring the two together. My love ...
    • Alison Shields 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 2010-01-06)
      Program for the Festival Playhouse production of Alison Shields, by Joe Tracz, a 2004 Kalamazoo College graduate. He returned to direct this play for its world premiere. While the mailer for this year notes this play as ...
    • All the World's a Stage: Behind the Entertainment Scenes at Walt Disney World 

      Craft, Jerry R., Jr. (1996)
      It would not be until my Disney orientation classes, called Traditions I and IT, that I would actually understand how this S.I.P. could be my capstone. There I learned that all of Disney was a stage. Whenever I, the cast ...
    • The American Musical Theatre : A Reflection of Culture 

      Ward, Kim (2005)
      The author explores the relationship between American culture and history and the musical theater from the 19th Century minstrel show, through George M. Cohan, Floranz Ziegfeld, Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II, and ...
    • American Red Cross Girl and German liberated dog 

      Unknown author (1945)
      Nelda Balch in Orleans, France in 1945 with Von Blech, a German liberated dog. Balch served with the American Red Cross.
    • Amphitryon 38 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1965-08-06)
      Program for the Festival Playhouse production of Amphitryon 38. Directed by Nelda K. Balch and performed in Dalton Theatre on August 6, 7, and 29 of 1965.
    • An Analytic View of the Usage of a Computer Medium Inside the World of Theater with an Eye Towards the Civic Arena 

      Jack, Jeremy C. (1994)
      There is a space for computers and theater to merge and aid each other. The space is ever widening and as the future advances the merge between the two will increase in scope. someday, the Theatre/Computer Science ...
    • Androcles and the Lion 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1965-02-25)
      Program for the Theatre Arts and Speech Department production of Androcles and the Lion, by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Nelda K. Balch and performed in Dalton Theatre on February 25, 26, and 27 of 1965.
    • Anonymous 

      Lock, Kevin R. (1991)
      This booklet contains a screenplay written to be submitted as a Senior Individualized Project in the Department of Theatre and Communication Arts at Kalamazoo College. The screenplay includes pre-production notes, shot ...
    • Antigone 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1994-02-24)
      Includes program and postcard for the Festival Playhouse production of Antigone, by Jean Anouilh and adapted by Lewis Galantiere. Directed by J. Stephen Crosby and performed in the Nelda K. Balch playhouse from February ...
    • Antigone 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1956-11-30)
      Program for the Kalamazoo College Players' production of Antigone, by Jean Anouilh. Directed by Nelda K. Balch and performed in Bowen Hall on November 30 and December 1, 1956.