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Federico García Lorca: A Study of His Plays and Poetry as They Reflect the Struggle between the Traditional and the contemporary in Early Twentieth Century Andalusian Culture
My interest in García Lorca began with an appreciation of his poetry which grew as I visited and learned about his Andalusia and further heightened as I read his dramas. This paper has afforded me many trying moments, ...
An Examination of the Five Major Literary Periods of Shakespeare
The author presents an overview of Shakespeare’s evolution as a playwright and personal maturation concerning his attitude toward the situation of man emphasizing the definitive, the ambiguous, the paradoxical, the grotesque, ...
Karl Malden and Kalamazoo College Students
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo Gazette, 1970-04-11)
Well-known actor Karl Malden was invited to Kalamazoo College by Dean of the Chapel Robert Dewey in 1970 as an artist-in-residence. He worked closely with students to create a presentation he named "The Divine Hypocrites," ...
Scenes from American Life
(Kalamazoo Gazette, 1973-02-12)
Cast members from the 1973 production of J.A. Gurney's "Scenes from American Life." Directed by Clair Myers, the production featured Randy Knolle, Judy Gibson, Paul Little, Terri Tucker, Ethan Levine, Beth Towner, John ...
Teller of Tales
(Kalamazoo Gazette, 1975-01-28)
Cast of the 1975 Faculty Readers Theatre production of Hemingway's "Teller of Tales." Robert Dewey, Lawrence Barrett, and Clair Myers are pictured.
The World of John Updike
(Kalamazoo Gazette, 1973-10-30)
Cast of the Faculty Readers Theatre production of "The World of John Updike." Donald C. Flesche is seated at left.
The Playhouse: The Premier Season
(Kalamazoo College, 1977)
Brochure for the first season of The Playhouse which lists major productions in Dalton Theatre as well as Festival Playhouse productions from 1965-1976. It also includes a short biography of Dorothy Upjohn Dalton and a ...
Theater Visitors from Mid-East
(Kalamazoo Gazette, 1978-10-19)
Nelda Balch stands at the far left with theatre professionals from the Egypt, Jordan, and Kuwait. The visit was organized by Claudia Daub Crawford, Class of 1968, and included tours of theaters around the U.S. The visiting ...