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Overview of the Collection

Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1: Correspondence 1940-1958

Series 2: Margo Jones Theatre Records 1945-1961

Series 3: Personal Records 1944-1954

Series 4: Photographs

Series 5: Professional Organizations 1944-1959

Series 6: Dallas Productions 1947-1957

Series 7: Productions Outside Dallas 1943-1955

Series 8: Other Theatres

Series 9: Produced Play Scripts

Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library

Margo Jones, 1913-1955

An Inventory of Her Papers



Overview of the Collection

Creator: Jones, Margo (1913-1955)
Title: Margo Jones Collection
Dates: 1936-1960
Abstract: Dallas, Texas theater director. Collection includes her personal papers, the business papers of the Margo Jones Theatre, including correspondence, scripts, photographs, and reviews.
Accession No.: MA62-01
Quantity: 112 boxes; 14 scrapbooks
Language: The records are in English.
Repository: Texas/Dallas History & Archives, Dallas Public Library, 1515 Young St  Dallas, TX 75201

Historical Note

Margaret Virginia Jones was born on December 12, 1913, to Richard H. Jones and Martha Pearl Collins of Livingston, Texas. She received the nickname Margo while a student at Texas State College for Women and was known as Margo Jones in her professional life. She began study at TSCW at the age of 14, graduating from that institution with a master's degree in psychology in 1932. She immediately went to work at Louis Veda Quince's Southwestern School of Theater in Dallas in a position she described as "glorified office girl." After a year in Dallas, Margo Jones attended the Pasadena Playhouse for the summer of 1933 and then assumed her first full directorship with the Ojai Community Players of Ojai, California. After a year at Ojai she had the opportunity for international travel as the companion of a wealthy woman, attending theaters all over the world.

Upon her return to the United States in 1936, Margo Jones became an assistant director of the Federal Theater in Houston. The project folded after a few months, at which point Jones traveled to the Moscow Arts Festival, financing her trip by covering the event for the Houston Chronicle. Jones returned to Houston in the fall to begin work with the Recreation Department of the city; as part of her program she organized the Houston Community Players. In the summer of 1939 the Community Players leased the air-conditioned ballroom of the Lamar Hotel in which to perform. Out of necessity, since the ballroom lacked a stage or proscenium, Margo Jones staged her theater in the round. Under Jones' direction, the Players gave the world premiere of Edwin Justin Mayer's Sunrise in My Pocket and attracted some national recognition through its review by Brooks Atkinson in the New York Times.

In 1942 Margo Jones left Houston to direct summer theater in East Hampton, New York. She joined the Drama Department of the University of Texas in September of that year with the conviction that the University was a place where theater could continue to operate at professional standards during wartime. She remained in Austin from 1942 to 1944, but took several leaves of absence to direct other theaters. In 1943 she staged You Touched Me by Tennessee Williams and Donald Windham at the Cleveland Playhouse. She took the play to the Pasadena Playhouse and while there also directed Theodore Apstein's Sporting Pink and the premiere of Apstein's Velvet Touch. In 1944 she returned to Pasadena to direct The Purification by Tennessee Williams.

In that same year she was granted a fellowship by the Rockefeller Foundation to study the possibilities for a permanent professional theater in Dallas. However, after only three months of study Jones received an invitation to co-direct another Tennessee Williams play with Eddie Dowling. She discontinued the fellowship in order to work on The Glass Menagerie, which opened in Chicago in December 1944 and won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award in 1945. In spring 1945 Jones returned to Dallas to follow through on her plan to organize a local professional theater. The project was launched almost immediately with a generous check from Ms. And Mrs. Eugene McDermott, but due to difficulties such as finding a suitable building for theater in post-war conditions, the theater was not officially opened until November 1947, with the premiere of William Inge's Farther Off From Heaven. In the meantime, Jones directed two other Broadway productions: On Whitman Avenue, by Maxine Wood which opened in May 1946, and Joan of Lorraine, by Maxwell Anderson which opened in November 1946.

Margo Jones' permanent professional repertory theater dedicated to the staging of new plays and classics was a pioneering effort of professional regional theater. Due to limitations in building and budget, Jones used arena staging or "theater-in-the-round," for her productions. Jones' work in Dallas theater attracted critical acclaim and box office success, and earned her an international reputation. Margo Jones wrote a book on the history and methods of arena staging titled, Theatre-in-the-Round. Eight of the played she produced in Dallas eventually reached Broadway. Two of them she directed herself in New York: Summer and Smoke in 1948 and Southern Exposure in 1950. Another, Inherit the Wind, was a hit on Broadway at the time of Jones' untimely death from uremic poisoning on July 24, 1955.

Margo Jones and the theater she founded in Dallas were pioneers, which earned national and international recognition with a policy of performing only classic or previously unproduced plays using a professional repertory company of the highest caliber and innovative theater-in-the-round staging. The Margo Jones Theatre in Dallas was a milestone in the growth of regional theater.

The theater, which she founded, continued after her death, but its success declined, and after a brief transformation to traditional proscenium staging the Margo Jones Theatre closed in December 1959.

The Margo Jones Theatre was originally incorporated under the name Dallas Civic Theater, Inc. It was also called Dallas Theater, Inc., in early materials soliciting pledges. Moreover, from the very beginning, Jones envisioned the name of the theater changing each year in accordance with the current calendar. Each year at midnight on New Year's Eve, the sign on the theater's marquee changed to the new date, so that Theater '50 became Theater '51 and so on. After her death, Jones' name was added to the title, and the theater proclaimed itself Margo Jones Theatre '55. At the beginning of the 1959-60 season, when the theater merged with the Maple Theater and abandoned arena staging, the name became Margo Jones Theatre. Bank accounts were held concurrently under both the Dallas Civic Theater and Theatre '50 names; the former for holding funds and the latter for current operating expenses.

The Theatre faced continuous difficulties in finding and maintaining suitable housing. Ultimately, problems of finances and management outweighed its critical successes, and the theatre closed in 1960.

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Scope and Contents

The Margo Jones Collection consists of the daily working files of the Margo Jones Theatre, as well as Jones' personal records and correspondence. Her personal correspondence dates to the mid-1930s, but the bulk of the collection dates from the inception of the Theatre in 1945 to its close in 1960.

The collection includes correspondence; photographic prints and negatives; set and costume-design renderings; scripts, including approximately 131 unproduced play scripts; scrapbooks; play bills and programs; magazine and newspaper clippings; contracts and other financial records; and box and office statements. Jones' personal records include income tax materials; life insurance policies; a daily journal; and materials relating to her speaking engagements, television appearances, and publications.

Of particular interest in the correspondence files are letters from Rockefeller Foundation, Gulf Oil Corporation, Joanna Albus, Tad Adoue, Rosamund Gilder, Billy Goyen, Vera Matthews Marshall, Billie Baker, Violet Burch, Mabel Duke, Arthur Kramer, Jr., and Jonathan Seymour. Despite Jones' involvement with the early career of Tennessee Williams, there is little in the collection that sheds light on the playwright. A manuscript copy of his poem "The Sunshine Special or the Silver Victrola," his one-act play Side Light on a Convention, and an inscribed copy of A Streetcar Named Desire are included in the collection.

Additionally, materials for other Dallas-area theaters are a part of the collection, including, the business records for the Maple Theater just prior to its merger with the Margo Jones Theatre, and the Round-Up Theater, an all-black theater group for whom Jones directed its first play, Walls Rise Up.

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The collection comprises nine series: Correspondence; Margo Jones Theatre Records; Personal Records; Photographs; Professional Organizations; Productions; Productions Outside Dallas; Theatres Outside Dallas; and Produced Play Scripts.
A researcher's copy of the finding guide is available in the first folder of Box 1.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Use

Play scripts, for both produced and unproduced plays, may not be photocopied.

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Related Material

808.2 B477P The Playwright as Thinker by Eric Bentley. This book was removed from the Humanities division and added to the Texas/Dallas History collection. Margo Jones inscribed the inside cover to Ramsey Burch, director of the Dallas Civic Theater in the 1950s.

792.0228 J78YT The Margo Jones Experimental Theater at S. M. U. by Lon Tinkle, 4th floor, Fine Arts Division.

792.0973 S314M Margo Jones's realization of a professional repertory theatre in Dallas by Nita Fay Scheble, 4th floor, Fine Arts Division.

792.0973 A466M Margo Jones's visions for theatre by Mark A. Altermann, 4th floor, Fine Arts Division.

792.0924 J78YP Margo Jones and the beginnings of Theatre '47 in Dallas by Betty Price, 7th floor, Texas/Dallas History Division.

792.0924 J78YB 1966 Margo Jones by Bonnie Smith Beardsley, 4th floor, Fine Arts Division.

792.0228 J78T 1965 Theatre-In-the-Round by Margo Jones, 4th floor Fine Arts Division and 7th floor, Texas/Dallas History Division.

MA 06.3 James Pringle Collection, Texas/Dallas History Division.

Check catalog for other books on Margo Jones.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

MA62-1 Margo Jones Collection, 1936-1960. Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division, Dallas Public Library

Acquisition Information

Once the theater ceased operations in 1960, its business files were placed in storage at Southern Methodist University. The collection came to Dallas Public Library in December 1961, when it was donated by Arthur Kramer, Jr., the last president of the Dallas Civic Theatre (Margo Jones Theatre).

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1: Correspondence 1940-1958

This series is composed of four subgroups:
  • 1) correspondence between Margo Jones and actors;
  • 2) between Jones and her family and personal contacts;
  • 3) with play agents; and
  • 4) with playwrights.
Actors Correspondence
Correspondence with actors has been arranged in alphabetical order.
Box Folder
18 1 A-General
2 B-General
3 C-General
4 D-General
5 E-General
6 F-General
7 G-General
8 H-General
Box Folder
19 1 I-General
2 J-General
3 K-General
4 L-General
5 M-General
6 N-General
7 O-General
8 P-General
Box Folder
20 1 Q-General
2 R-General
3 S-General
4 T-General
5 U-General
6 V-General
7 W-General
8 X-Z-General
Personal Correspondence
This subseries consists of correspondence between Margo Jones and members of her family and her personal friends and contacts. It is arranged in alphabetical order by correspondent name.
Box Folder
1 2 A -- General
3 Adoue, Tad 1947-1953
4 Albus, Joanna 1947-1955
5 Atkinson, Brooks 1947-1951
6 Ba-Bo -- General
7 Br-Bz -- General
8 Barraco, Dr. M. J. R. 1945-1955
9 Brooks, Eleanor 1944
10 Browne, Ellen Van Valkenberg 1945-1953
Box Folder
2 1 Ca-Cl -- General
2 Co-Cu -- General
3 Capon, Eric 1947-1949
4 Carlson, Nione 1945-1954
5 Carron, Maudee 1936-1938
6 Charlton, Gene 1945-1952
7 D -- General
8 Davis, Fitzroy 1944-1945
9 Dodge, Shirlee 1945-1949
10 Donnet, Marie 1945-1946
11 E -- General
12 F -- General
Box Folder
3 1 Freedley, George 1944-1955
2 G -- General
3 Fogelson, Greer Garson 1951-1958
4 Gilder, Rosamund 1940-1955
5 Goyen, Billy 1945-1957
6 Ha-He -- General
7 Hi-Hy -- General
Box Folder
4 1 Harting, Frank 1945-1955
2 Hexter, Louise 1953-1957
3 I -- General
4 Ives, Burl 1950-1955
5 J -- General
6 Jacobson, Sol 1948-1954
7 Mother, Father (R. H. Jones) and Brother (Charles Jones) 1947-1950
8 Mother, Father (R. H. Jones) and Brother (Charles Jones) 1951-1955
9 Brother (Richard Jones, Bea and Judy) 1947-1955
10 Jones' Relatives
11 K -- General
12 L -- General
13 Laughlin, James 1944-1952
14 Leslie, Ronnie/Karl Van Leuwen 1945-1951
15 Lewis, Milton 1947-1956
Box Folder
5 1 Lindsay, Howard and Dorothy 1951-1954
2 Lineweaver, John 1945-1955
3 Lockman, Marjorie 1945-1946
4 Mc -- General
5 McConnell, Frederic 1944-1952
6 McCullers, Carson [n.d.]
7 Mab-May -- General
8 Me-Mi -- General
9 Mo-My -- General
10 Meredith, Charles 1945
11 Messinger, Maxine 1944-1955
12 Mielziner, Jo 1947-1951
13 Moor, Paul 1944-1945
14 Morris, Mary 1945-1947
15 Myers, Bud 1944-1948
Box Folder
6 1 N -- General
2 Naylor, Zelma 1953-1957
3 O -- General
4 P -- General
5 Parke, J. H. 1944-1946
6 Q-Re -- General
7 Ri-Ry -- General
8 Richardson, Helen 1945
9 Sa-Se -- General
10 Sh-Sm -- General
Box Folder
7 1 Sn-Sw -- General
2 Sands, Dorothy and May 1945
3 Spencer, Nancy 1940-1949
4 Spender, Stephen 1949
5 Stebbins, Marion 1944-1946
6 T -- General
7 U-V -- General
8 Vallee, Lorin 1945-1951
9 Von Bomhard, Moritz 1945-1947
10 W -- General
11 X-Z -- General
12 Yeaton, Kelly 1951-1954
13 Unidentified 1940-1951
Correspondence with Play Agents
This subseries is arranged in alphabetical order by the last name of the play agent.
Box Folder
16 1 Becker, Max
2 Bohen, Thomas
3 Brandt and Brandt -- Janet Cohn
4 Brown, Henry C., Inc.
5 Burr, Eugene
6 Chappel, Edna
7 Cowl, Carl
8 Dramatists Play Service
9 Elliott, John T.
10 Famous Artists Corporation
11 Fishbein, Frieda
12 French, Samuel
13 Hellmer, Kurt
14 Hennle, James
15 Howell, Miriam
16 Ince, Alexander Sandor
17 Jaffee Agency
18 King, Eleanor
19 Klausner, Bertha
20 Kroll, Lucy
21 Leonard, Claire
22 Madden Play Company
23 Matson, Harold
24 MCA
25 MCA -- Bertha Case
Box Folder
17 1 MCA -- Claire Degener
2 Miscellaneous
3 Morris, William Agency
4 Morris, William Agency -- Reece Halsey
5 Morris, William Agency -- Helen Harvey; Alice Jones
6 Pauker, Dr. Edmund
7 Pritchett, Mary
8 Remnek, Martin
9 Safier, Gloria
10 Salisbury, Leah
11 Strassman, Toni
12 Streger, Paul
13 Taylor, Ethel
14 Theatre Guild
15 Wilck, Laura
16 Wilk, Jacob
17 Williams, Annie Laurie
18 Wood, Audrey
19 Writers' Literary Agency
Correspondence with Unproduced Playwrights
Correspondence between Margo Jones and playwrights whose plays she did not produce is arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the playwright.
Box Folder
8 1 Ab-Al -- General
2 Am-Aw -- General
3 Apstein, Theodore 1944-1955
4 Ba -- General
5 Be -- General
6 Bi-Bo -- General
7 Br-By -- General
8 Bermingham, Ted 1949-1955
Box Folder
9 1 Ca-Cl -- General
2 Co-Cu -- General
3 Calhoun, Thonnis 1944-1953
4 Da-De -- General
5 Di-Du -- General
6 E -- General
Box Folder
10 1 Fa-Fe -- General
2 Fi-Fu -- General
3 Ga-Gl -- General
4 Go-Gr -- General
5 Ha -- General
6 He-Hl -- General
7 Ho-Hy -- General
Box Folder
11 1 I -- General
2 J -- General
3 Ka-Ke -- General
4 Kl-Ku -- General
5 La -- General
6 Le-Ly -- General
Box Folder
12 1 Mc -- General
2 Ma -- General
3 Me-Mi -- General
4 Mo-Mu -- General
5 N -- General
6 O -- General
Box Folder
13 1 Pa-Ph -- General
2 Pi-Pr -- General
3 Q-Re -- General
4 Ri-Rog -- General
5 Rol-Ry -- General
6 Renek, Morris 1953-1955
7 Sa -- General
Box Folder
14 1 Sch -- General
2 Sco-Sh -- General
3 Si-Sm -- General
4 Sn-Ster -- General
5 Stet-Sy -- General
6 Ta-Th -- General
Box Folder
15 1 Ti-Ty -- General
2 U -- General
3 V -- General
4 Wa -- General
5 We-Wy
6 Walters, Anne
7 X-Z -- General

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Series 2: Margo Jones Theatre Records 1945-1961

The Margo Jones Theatre records series is subdivided into twelve subseries:
  • 1) Arthur Kramer, Jr., files;
  • 2) Box Office statements;
  • 3) building records;
  • 4) business records;
  • 5) correspondence;
  • 6) Dallas Civic Theater accounts;
  • 7) miscellaneous;
  • 8) play contracts;
  • 9) production seasons;
  • 10) scrapbooks;
  • 11) staff records; and
  • 12) unproduced scripts.
Arthur Kramer, Jr. Files 1946-1962
The Arthur Kramer files consist of the theater's records for the time which Kramer was active with the Dallas Civic Theatre, particularly his presidency. They have been arranged by subject and then in chronological order.
Box Folder
37 1 Directors (Theatre) 1957-1958
2 Board of Directors 1958-1968
3 Legal Contracts 1959-1960
4 Margo Jones Award 1960-1962
5 Meetings 1958-1960
6 Dallas Broadway Theatre League 1959
7 Coorespondence 1946-1950
8 Correspondence 1951-1955
9 Correspondence 1956-1958
10 Correspondence 1959
11 Correspondence 1960-1961
12 Theater Inventory ca. 1961
13 Invoices, Deposit slips 19630-1961
14 Bank Account 1960-1961
15 Audit reports, Financial statements [1947-1959]
Margo Jones Theatre Box Office Statements 1947-1959
The Margo Jones Theatre box office statements include the theatre's seasons between 1947 and 1959, and are arranged in chronological order.
Box Folder
92 1 1947-1948
2 1949-1950
3 1950-1951
4 1951-1952
5 1952-1953
6 1953-1954
7 1954-1955
8 1955-1956
9 Summer 1956
10 1959
Margo Jones Theatre Building Records 1945-1957
Building records have been arranged by subject.
Box Folder
33 1 Apprenticeship Plan 1949
2 Audience Guild Lectures, Tallulah Bankhead 1950
3 Audience Guild Lectures, Tallulah Bankhead clippings 1950
4 Audience Guild Lectures, George Freedley 1950
5 Audience Guild Lectures, Rosamund Gilder 1950
6 Audience Guild Lectures, Banking Records 1950
7 Audience Guild Lectures, Invoices 1950
8 Audience Guild Lectures, Miscellaneous 1950
9 Box office location 1955
10 Building, Fair Park 1946-1952
11 Building, Globe Theatre 1945
12 Building, Possibilities 1945
13 Building, Quonset Hut 1945
14 Building and Equipment 1945-1951
15 Building Improvements 1951
16 Building, New Building Plans and Correspondence 1948
17 Building Plans, Frank Lloyd Wright 1950
18 Civic Federation of Dallas 1945-1954
19 Concessions 1951-1957
20 Complimentary tickets
Margo Jones Theatre Business Records 1947-1959
The Margo Jones Theatre business records comprise the bulk of this collection. They include the day-to-day operating records of the theater.
The Margo Jones Theatre was originally incorporated under the name Dallas Civic Theater, Inc. It was also called Dallas Theater, Inc., in early materials soliciting pledges. Moreover, from the very beginning, Jones envisioned the name of the theater changing each year in accordance with the current calendar. Each year at midnight on New Year's Eve, the sign on the theater's marquee changed to the new date, so that Theater '50 became Theater '51 and so on. After her death, Jones' name was added to the title, and the theater proclaimed itself Margo Jones Theatre '55. At the beginning of the 1959-60 season, when the theater merged with the Maple Theater and abandoned arena staging, the name became Margo Jones Theatre. Bank accounts were held concurrently under both the Dallas Civic Theater and Theatre '50 names; the former for holding funds and the latter for current operating expenses.
This series is arranged by theater season.
Box Folder
52 1 Prospect List for Tickets 1947
2 Prospect List for Season Tickets 1948-1949
3 Season Ticket List 1948-1949
4 Ledger, Season Ticket Sales 1948-1953
5 Ledger, Ticket Sales 1952-1953
6 Ledger, Ticket Sales 1953-1955
7 Ledger, Ticket Sales 1955-1956
Box Folder
53 1 Bank Book 1945
2 Financial Campaign, Pledge Letter and Responses
3 Financial Campaign, Correspondence 1945-1946
4 Financial Campaign, Lists 1945-1947
5 Financial Campaign, Prospect Lists 1945
6 Financial Campaign, Invoices 1945
7 Financial Campaign, Disbursements 1945
8 Financial Campaign, Checkbook 1945
Box Folder
54 1 Disbursements 1946
2 Checkbook 1946-1947
3 Disbursements 1947
4 Financial Ledger 1947
5 Bank Statements 1947
6 Cancelled Checks 1947
7 Deposit Slips 1947
8 Deposit Slips 1947
Box Folder
55 1 Box office statements Summer 1947
2 Disbursements Summer1947
3 Disbursements Summer1947
4 Salary Lists Summer 1947
5 Tax Account 1947
6 Correspondence with Agents re: box office receipts 1947-1948
7 Program Advertising -- Michelow 1947-1948
8 Disbursements 1947-1948
9 Disbursements 1947-1948
10 Disbursements 1947-1948
Box Folder
56 1 Bills paid from box office 1947-1948
2 Checkbook 1947-1948
3 Checkbook 1947-1948
4 Program Advertising -- Michelow, Manager 1947-1948
5 Payroll 1947-1948
6 Bank Book 1947-1948
7 Withholding statements 1947-1948
8 Checkbook 1948
9 Tax Account 1948
10 Exemption from income tax 1948
Box Folder
57 1 Payroll 1948-1949
2 Program Material 1948-1949
3 Program Advertising -- Michelow 1948-1949
4 Production and Costume Bills 1948-1949
5 Bills paid from box office receipts 1948-1949
6 Correspondence with agents re: box office receipts 1948-1949
7 Box office statements 1948-1949
8 Deposit slips 1948-1949
Box Folder
58 1 Cancelled Checks 1948-1949
2 Bank Statements 1948-1949
3 Invoices, A-G 1948-1949
4 Invoices, H-R 1948-1949
5 Invoices, S-Z 1948-1949
6 Invoices Summer 1949
7 Financial Ledger 1949
8 Tax Account 1949
9 Checkbook 1949
10 Withholding Statements 1949
Box Folder
59 1 Bank Statements 1949-1950
2 Checkbook 1949-1950
3 Deposit slips 1949-1950
4 Cancelled checks 1949-1950
5 Receipts 1949-1950
6 Costume Charges/Receipts 1949-1950
7 Correspondence with Agents re: box office receipts 1949-1950
8 Program Advertising -- Michelow 1949-1950
9 Payroll 1949-1950
Box Folder
60 1 Invoices, A-G 1949-1950
2 Invoices, H-R 1949-1950
3 Invoices, S-Z 1949-1950
4 Receipts 1949-1950
5 Receipts 1949-1950
Box Folder
61 1 Bank Statements 1950-1951
2 Tax account 1950-1951
3 Bank account, special 1950-1951
4 Payroll 1950-1951
5 Checkbook 1950-1951
6 Costume Record, Lady Windermere's Fan 1950-1951
7 Bills paid 1950-1951
8 Petty cash receipts 1950-1951
Box Folder
62 1 Withholding tax 1950-1951
2 Financial data 1950-1951
3 Deposit slips 1950-1951
4 Deposit slips 1950-1951
5 Cancelled checks 1950-1951
6 Invoices, A-G 1950-1951
7 Invoices, H-R 1950-1951
8 Invoices, S-Z 1950-1951
Box Folder
63 1 Concessions, Bank Account 1951-1952
2 Concessions, Weekly Reports 1951-1952
3 Concessions, Check Stubs 1951-1952
4 Margo Jones Expense Account 1951-1952
5 Box Office statements 1951-1952
6 Invoices, A-G 1951-1952
7 Invoices, H-M 1951-1952
8 Invoices, N-Z 1951-1952
9 Invoices Summer 1952
Box Folder
64 1 Petty Cash Invoices 1951-1952
2 Concession Receipts 1951-1952
3 Cancelled Checks/Bank Statements 1951-1952
4 Deposit slips 1951-1952
5 Payroll Ledger 1952-1954
6 Costume/Prop Procurement, General 1952-1954
7 Checkbook 1952-1955
8 Reimbursements to Margo Jones 1952-1955
9 Tax Account check stubs 1952-1958
Box Folder
65 1 Cancelled Checks/Bank Statements 1952-1953
2 Deposit Slips 1952-1953
3 Invoices, A-G 1952-1953
4 Invoices, H-M 1952-1953
5 Invoices, N-S 1952-1953
6 Invoices, T-Z 1952-1953
7 Budgets 1952-1953
8 Insurance 1952-1953
9 Box Office statements 1952-1953
Box Folder
66 1 Season Ticket Campaign 1952-1953
2 Concession Reports 1952-1953
3 Tax Withholding Certificates 1952-1953
4 Tax Account 1953-1954
5 Deposit Slips 1953-1954
6 Bank Statements 1953-1954
7 Cancelled Checks 1953-1954
8 Advertising Account 1953-1954
9 Special Account 1953-1954
10 Tax Account 1953-1954
Box Folder
67 1 Invoices, A-F 1953-1954
2 Invoices, G-L 1953-1954
3 Invoices, M-R 1953-1954
4 Invoices, S-T 1953-1954
Box Folder
68 1 Advertising Bank Account 1953-1954
2 Box Office statements 1953-1954
3 Concessions 1953-1954
4 Payroll 1953-1954
5 Petty Cash Receipts 1953-1954
6 Petty Cash Receipts 1953-1954
7 Petty Cash Receipts 1953-1954
8 Program Advertising 1953-1954
9 Season Ticket Campaign 1953-1954
10 Tax Account 1953-1954
11 Box Office statement Summer 1954
12 Program Advertising Summer 1954
Box Folder
69 1 Petty Cash Receipts 1954-1955
2 Box Office correspondence 1954-1955
3 Box Office statements 1954-1955
4 Withholding Taxes 1954-1955
5 Season Ticket Drive 1954-1955
6 Program Advertising 1954-1955
7 Budget 1954-1955
8 Payroll 1954-1955
9 Ticket/Bloc Sales 1954-1955
Box Folder
70 1 Invoices, A-C 1954-1955
2 Invoices, D-F 1954-1955
3 Invoices, G-I 1954-1955
4 Invoices, J-L 1954-1955
5 Invoices, M-O 1954-1955
6 Invoices, P-S 1954-1955
7 Invoices, T-Z 1954-1955
8 Petty Cash Disbursements 1954-1955
9 Bank Account 1954-1955
Box Folder
71 1 Bank Account, regular 1954-1955
2 Advertising Account 1954-1955
3 Tax Account 1954-1955
4 Ticket Account 1954-1955
5 Special Account 1954-1955
6 Checkbook 1954-1955
7 Program Advertising Summer 1955
8 Box Office statements Summer 1955
9 Check Stubs 1955
10 Pre-Opening Fix-Up 1955
11 Christmas Card Sales 1955-1957
12 Christmas and New Year's Festivities 1955-1957
13 Budgets 1955-1956
14 Program Advertising 1955-1956
15 Tickets/Bloc Sales 1955-1956
16 Season Ticket Campaign 1955-1956
17 Newspaper Advertising 1955-1956
18 New York Account, Burch Expenses 1955-1956
19 Box Office correspondence 1955-1956
Box Folder
72 1 Box Office Audits 1955-1956
2 Box Office Audits 1955-1956
3 Petty Cash 1955-1956
4 Petty Cash 1955-1956
5 Bank Account (tax account) 1955-1956
6 Bank Account 1955-1956
7 Program Copy 1955-1956
8 Program Copy 1955-1956
9 Program Bids 1955-1956
10 Printing -- General 1955-1956
Box Folder
73 1 Payroll 1955-1956
2 Costumes 1955-1956
3 Picture Orders (Comini and Haskins) 1955-1956
4 Season Ticket Account 1955-1956
5 Regular Bank Account 1955-1956
6 Tax Account 1955-1956
7 Invoices (Production) 1955-1956
8 Invoices, A-C 1955-1956
9 Invoices, D-L 1955-1956
10 Invoices, M-R 1955-1956
11 Invoices, S-Z 1955-1956
Box Folder
74 1 Program Advertising Summer 1956
2 Income Tax, W-2 forms 1956
3 Insurance -- Personal (Burches) 1956
4 Check Stubs 1956
5 Check Stubs 1956
6 Box Office Statements 1956-1957
7 Box Office Statements 1956-1957
8 Box Office Correspondence 1956-1957
9 Budgets 1956-1957
10 Costumes 1956-1957
Box Folder
75 1 Props Borrowed 1956-1957
2 Photograph Orders (Comini and Haskins) 1956-1957
3 Withholding Taxes 1956-1957
4 Payroll 1956-1957
5 Season Ticket Campaign 1956-1957
6 Ledger (Season Ticket Sales) 1956-1957
7 Ticket/Bloc Sales 1956-1957
8 Reimbursements, Ramsey Burch 1956-1957
9 New York Expenses, Ramsey Burch 1956-1957
Box Folder
76 1 Bank Account 1956-1957
2 Season Ticket Account 1956-1957
3 Tax Account 1956-1957
4 Check Stubs 1956-1957
5 Check Stubs 1956-1957
6 Newspaper Advertising 1956-1957
7 Program Advertising 1956-1957
8 Insurance 1956-1957
9 Stocks 1956-1957
Box Folder
77 1 Petty Cash Disbursements 1956-1957
2 Accounts Receivable 1956-1957
3 Invoices, A-D 1956-1957
4 Invoices, E-L 1956-1957
5 Invoices, M-R 1956-1957
6 Invoices, S-Z 1956-1957
7 Invoices Summer 1957
Box Folder
78 1 Accounts Receivable 1957-1958
2 Costumes 1957-1958
3 Bank Account, New York 1957-1958
4 Bank Account, Box Office 1957-1958
5 Box Office Deposit Slips 1957-1958
6 Box Office Correspondence 1957-1958
7 Mailing Lists 1957-1958
8 Petty Cash 1957-1958
9 Season Ticket Correspondence 1957-1958
10 Season Ticket Account 1957-1958
Box Folder
79 1 Contracts 1957-1958
2 Brochures 1957-1958
3 Invoices, A-F 1957-1958
4 Invoices, G-L 1957-1958
5 Invoices, M-P 1957-1958
6 Invoices, Q-Z 1957-1958
7 Jimmy Savo Show, Production Costs 1957-1958
Box Folder
80 1 Check Stubs 1957-1958
2 Check Stubs 1957-1958
3 Lecture Requests 1957-1958
4 Newspaper Advertising 1957-1958
5 Picture Orders (Haskins) 1957-1958
6 Payroll 1957-1958
7 Radio Advertising 1957-1958
8 Bank Accounts 1957-1958
9 Financial Reports and Audit 1958
10 General Printing 1956-1958
11 Opening Night Party, Cipango Club 1955-1958
Box Folder
81 1 Accounts Receivable 1958-1959
2 Actors' Equity 1958-1959
3 Balance Sheets 1958-1959
4 Bank Account, Payroll 1958-1959
5 Costumes, Fred Keck 1958-1959
6 Ford Foundation 1958-1959
7 Aaron Frankel, Expenses 1958-1959
8 Insurance 1958-1959
9 Invoices, A-F 1958-1959
10 Invoices, G-M 1958-1959
Box Folder
82 1 Invoices, N-Z 1958-1959
2 Mail Permit 1958-1959
3 Payroll 1958-1959
4 Petty Cash 1958-1959
5 Petty Cash 1958-1959
6 Pitney-Bowes Office Equipment 1958
7 Pre-Opening Bills 1958-1959
8 Receipts for Set, Jim Pringle 1958-1959
9 Season Ticket Correspondence 1958-1959
10 Tax Reports 1958
11 Ticket Correspondence 1958-1959
12 Ticket Printing 1958-1959
13 Workman's Compensation 1958-1959
14 Income Tax, W-2 forms 1958-1959
Box Folder
83 1 Actors/Staff, Physician for Fools 1959
2 Actors' Equity 1959
3 Author and Cast Arrangements 1959
4 Board of Directors 1959
5 Box Office Statements, Othello 1959
6 Budget 1959-1960
7 Budget, Physician for Fools 1959
8 Cancelled Checks Spring 1959
9 Chevrolet Station Wagon 1959
10 Contracts 1959
11 General Correspondence 1959
12 Correspondence, Play Productions 1959
13 Correspondence, Playwrights 1959
14 Correspondence, Herbert W. Gallendre, Director 1959
15 George Touliantos, Director 1959
16 Correspondence, Tickets 1959
Box Folder
84 1 Costume Charges, Leave It To Me 1959
2 Costume Charges, Physician for Fools 1959
3 Federal Tax 1959
4 Invoices, A-F 1959
5 Invoices, G-R 1959
6 Invoices, S-Z 1959
7 Production and Business Applications 1959
8 Program Bids 1959
9 Purchase Orders 1959
10 Tickets, Southwest Globe 1959
Box Folder
85 1 Invoices, Theater Remodeling Summer 1959
2 Straw Hat Theater, Dallas Summer 1959
3 Maple Theatre, Correspondence Spring 1959
4 Maple Theatre, Insurance 1958-1959
5 Maple Theatre, Personnel 1958-1959
6 Maple Theatre, Financial File Spring 1959
7 Maple Theatre, Correspondence with Cain Organization (Public Relations) 1959
8 Maple Theatre, Budget for The Boy Friend 1959
9 Maple Theatre, The Boy Friend, Breck Wall Prod., Dallas, Correspondence with Musical Theatres, Inc. 1958-1959
10 Maple Theatre, American Guild of Musical Artists 1959
11 Maple Theatre, Contracts 1958-1959
12 Maple Theatre, Tickets Sold Spring 1959
13 Maple Theatre, Costumes Spring 1959
14 Maple Theatre, Lease Agreement, Edmund Peterson May 26, 1959
Box Folder
86 1 General Ledger, Cash Receipts 1945-1949
2 General Ledger, Disbursements 1945-1950
3 General Ledger, Payroll 1945-1950
4 General Ledger, Assets, Liabilities, Capital, etc. 1947-1949
5 Summary Financial Statements 1945-1958
6 Ledger, Payroll Summary 1957-1958
Box Folder
87 1 Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance 1953-1959
2 Insurance, Ridout Agency 1955-1958
3 Insurance, Cochran and Houseman 1958
4 Insurance Policies
5 Insurance Policies
6 Insurance Policies
7 Insurance Policies
Margo Jones Theatre Correspondence 1945-1958
The Margo Jones Theatre correspondence subseries is arranged in alphabetical order by correspondent and/or subject matter.
Box Folder
34 1 Sam Acheson 1946
2 Arthur Kramer, Jr. 1945-1953
3 Arthur Kramer, Sr. 1945-1947
4 Eugene McDermott 1945-1952
5 George Noble, Civilian Production Administration 1946
6 Dewitt Ray 1945-1948
7 John Rosenfield 1944-1955
8 Lon Tinkle 1945-1955
9 Margo Jones Theatre Board Members
10 Miscellaneous
11 Dallas Clubs, Lists
12 Dallas Council on World Affairs, Elmer Scott, Pres.
13 Dallas Morning News
14 Dallas Public Library
15 Dictaphone Corp.
16 Dixie Bureau
17 Exhibits
18 Federal tax on Admissions 1951-1957
19 Financial Journal 1945
20 Ford Foundation
21 Form Letters, Funding Campaign 1945-1946
Box Folder
35 1 From Main Street to Broadway Cocktail Party July 1953
2 Gridiron Dinner
3 Gulf Oil Corp.
4 Income Tax 1945-1958
5 Index of Music Recordings
6 Irving Trust Co., New York 1953-1955
7 Lectures, Sari Scott 1955-1956
8 Linz Award Committee
9 National Collegiate Players Award
10 Opening Night Wires and Notes June 1947
11 Organizational Plans, Reports 1945-1947
12 Organization of Theatre, clippings 1945-1947
13 Parking Lot [1951-1955]
14 Permit to Solicit Funds 1945
15 Printers, Programs
16 Props 1951
17 Publicity
Box Folder
36 1 Rockefeller Foundation
2 Jimmy Savo Show 1957
3 Southwestern Bell Telephone
4 Stanford University
5 State Fair of Texas Agreements 1952-1958
6 State Fair Rehearsal Hall Project 1954-1955
7 Subscriptions
8 Talent Scouts
9 Texas Employment Commission
10 Tickets, Printing
11 Ticket Requests
12 Title for Truck 1953, 1955
13 Truck Project 1954-1955
14 Visitors 1950-1958
15 Wires Sent
16 Wires Received
Dallas Civic Theatre Accounts 1945-1958
This subseries is arranged chronologically by record type.
Box Folder
88 1 Bank Book 1947
2 Budgets 1945-1947
3 Cash Statements 1945-1947
4 Deposit Slips 1945-1947
5 Bank Statements 1945-1947
6 Cancelled Checks 1945
7 Cancelled Checks 1946
8 Cancelled Checks 1947
9 Cancelled Checks 1947
10 Withholding Tax 1946-1947
Box Folder
89 1 Bank Statements 1948
2 Deposit Slips 1948
3 Cancelled Checks 1948
4 Bank Statements 1949
5 Deposit Slips 1949
6 Cancelled Checks 1949
7 Bank Statements 1949-1950
8 Deposit Slips 1949-1950
9 Cancelled Checks 1949-1950
Box Folder
90 1 Cancelled Checks 1950-1951
2 Deposit Slips 1950-1951
3 Building Fund Account 1950-1951
4 Bank Statements 1950-1951
5 Deposit Slips 1953-1954
6 Statements, Deposit Slips 1953-1954
7 Cancelled Checks 1953-1954
8 Statements 1954-1955
9 Check Stubs 1954
10 Cancelled Checks, Deposit Slips 1954-1955
11 Cancelled Checks, Deposit Slips 1954-1955
Box Folder
91 1 Cancelled Checks, Bank Statements 1955-1956
2 Cancelled Checks, Bank Statements 1955-1956
3 Cancelled Checks 1956-1957
4 Cancelled Checks 1956-1957
5 Bank Statements 1956-1957
6 Bank Statements, Cancelled Checks 1957-1958
7 Tax Account 1957-1958
Miscellaneous, Oversized
Box Folder
111 Two costume renderings, Golden Porcupine
Oversize Photographs: Taming of the Shrew, The Learned Ladies
23 mounted photographs, Summer and Smoke, New York production
Unidentified, oversize photographs
Box Folder
112 Financial ledger sheets 1955-1959
Magazine articles: Tennessee Williams
Play Contracts 1948-1958
Box Folder
43 1 1948-1949
2 1949-1950
3 1950-1951
4 1951-1952
5 1952-1953
6 1953-1954
7 Summer 1954
8 1954-1955
9 Summer 1955
10 1955-1956
11 Summer 1956
12 1956-1957
13 1957-1958
12 Summer 1958
Margo Jones Theatre Productions 1947-1960
The Theatre's production files are arranged first by season, then by general materials about that season, followed, finally, by the specific plays produced that season.
Summer 1947 Season
Box Folder
93 1 General, clippings
2 General, photographs
3 Farther Off From Heaven, clippings
4 Farther Off From Heaven, photographs
5 How Now Hecate, clippings
6 Hedda Gabbler, clippings
7 Hedda Gabbler, photographs
8 Summer and Smoke, clippings
9 Summer and Smoke, photographs
10 Third Cousin, clippings
11 Third Cousin, photographs
1947-1948 Season
Box Folder
93 12 General, clippings
13 General, photographs
14 The Master Builder, clippings
15 The Master Builder, photographs
16 Tennessee Williams Three One-Acts (Solid Gold Watches, Madonna, This Property Is Condemned,) clippings
17 Throng O'Scarlet, clippings
18 Throng O'Scarlet, photographs
19 Taming of the Shrew, clippings
20 Taming of the Shrew, photographs
21 Lemple's Old Man, clippings
22 Lemple's Old Man, photographs
23 The Importance of Being Earnest, clippings
24 The Importance of Being Earnest, photographs
25 Leaf and Bough, clippings
26 Leaf and Bough, photographs
27 Black John, clippings
28 Black John, photographs
1948-1949 Season
Box Folder
93 29 General, clippings
30 General, photographs
31 The Learned Ladies, clippings
32 The Learned Ladies, photographs
33 Here's To Us, clippings
34 Here's To Us, photographs
35 Twelfth Night, clippings
36 Twelfth Night, photographs
37 Skaal, clippings
38 Skaal, photographs
39 Sting in the Tail, clippings
40 Sting in the Tail, photographs
41 The Seagull, clippings
42 The Seagull, photographs
43 She Stoops to Conquer, clippings
44 She Stoops to Conquer
45 The Coast of Illyria, clippings
46 The Coast of Illyria, photographs
1949-1950 Season
Box Folder
94 1 General, clippings
2 General, photographs
3 Southern Exposure, clippings
4 Southern Exposure, photographs
5 Heartbreak House, clippings
6 Heartbreak House, photographs
7 An Old Beat-Up Woman, clippings
8 An Old Beat-Up Woman, photographs
9 Romeo and Juliet, clippings
10 Romeo and Juliet, photographs
11 My Granny Van, clippings
12 My Granny Van, photographs
13 Cock-a-Doodle-Dandy, clippings
14 Cock-a-Doodle-Dandy, photographs
15 Ghosts, clippings
16 Ghosts, photographs
17 Golden Porcupine, clippings
18 Golden Porcupine, photographs
1950-1951 Season
Box Folder
94 19 General, clippings
20 General, photographs
21 Lady Windermere's Fan, clippings
22 Lady Windermere's Fan, photographs
23 A Play for Mary, clippings
24 A Play for Mary, photographs
25 The Merchant of Venice, clippings
26 The Merchant of Venice, photographs
27 The Willow Tree, clippings
28 The Willow Tree, photographs
29 An Innocent in Time, clippings
30 An Innocent in Time, photographs
31 One Bright Day, clippings
32 One Bright Day, photographs
33 Candide, clippings
34 Candide, photographs
35 Walls Rise Up, clippings
36 Walls Rise Up, photographs
1951-1952 Season
Box Folder
94 37 General, clippings
38 General, photographs
39 The Sainted Sisters, clippings
40 The Sainted Sisters, photographs
Box Folder
95 1 One Foot in Heaven, clippings
2 One Foot in Heaven, photographs
3 Midsummer Night's Dream, clippings
4 Midsummer Night's Dream, photographs
5 A Gift for Cathy, clippings
6 A Gift for Cathy, photographs
7 The Blind Spot, clippings
8 The Blind Spot, photographs
9 The Father, clippings
10 The Father, photographs
11 I Am Laughing, clippings
12 I Am Laughing, photographs
13 So In Love, clippings
14 So In Love, photographs
1952-1953 Season
Box Folder
95 15 General, clippings
16 General, photographs
17 Goodbye, Your Majesty, clippings
18 Goodbye, Your Majesty, photographs
19 Hamlet, clippings
20 Hamlet, photographs
21 The Rising Heifer, clippings
22 The Rising Heifer, photographs
23 Last Island, clippings
24 Last Island, photographs
25 Uncle Marston, clippings
26 Uncle Marston, photographs
27 Late Love, clippings
28 Late Love, photographs
29 The Day's Mischief, clippings
30 The Day's Mischief, photographs
31 The Rivals, clippings
32 The Rivals, photographs
1953-1954 Season
Box Folder
95 33 General, clippings
34 General, photographs
35 The Footpath Way, clippings
36 The Footpath Way, photographs
37 The Guilty, clippings
38 The Guilty, photographs
39 Happy We'll Be, clippings
40 Happy We'll Be, photographs
41 Happy We'll Be, photographs
Box Folder
96 1 Oracle Junction, clippings
2 Oracle Junction, photographs
3 The Heel, clippings
4 The Heel, photographs
5 A Rainbow At Home, clippings
6 A Rainbow At Home, photographs
7 Horatio, clippings
8 Horatio, photographs
9 The Purification/Apollo of Bellac, clippings
10 The Purification/Apollo of Bellac, photographs
11 Merry Wives of Windsor, clippings
12 Merry Wives of Windsor, photographs
Summer 1954 Season
Box Folder
96 13 The Inevitable Circle, clippings
14 The Inevitable Circle, photographs
15 The Inevitable Circle, photographs
16 The Brothers, clippings
17 The Brothers, photographs
18 The Brothers, photographs
19 Dash of Bitters, clippings
20 Dash of Bitters, photographs
Box Folder
97 1 Sea Change, clippings
2 Sea Change, photographs
3 Volpone, clippings
4 Volpone, photographs
1954-1955 Season
Box Folder
97 5 General, clippings
6 General, photographs
7 Marry-Go-Round, clippings
8 Marry-Go-Round, photographs
9 As You Like It, clippings
10 As You Like It, photographs
11 The Hemlock Cup, clippings
12 The Hemlock Cup, photographs
13 Inherit the Wind, clippings
14 Inherit the Wind, photographs
15 The Feathered Fauna, clippings
16 The Feathered Fauna, photographs
17 Summer of Fancy Dress, clippings
18 Summer of Fancy Dress, photographs
19 Misalliance, clippings
20 Misalliance, photographs
21 Ghost of a Chance, clippings
22 Ghost of a Chance, photographs
23 La Belle Lulu, clippings
24 La Belle Lulu, photographs
Summer 1955 Season
Box Folder
97 25 General, clippings
26 General, photographs
27 Pygmalion, clippings
28 Pygmalion, photographs
29 Whisper to Me, clippings
30 Whisper to Me, photographs
Box Folder
98 1 Girl From Boston, clippings
2 Girl From Boston, photographs
3 Cold Christmas, clippings
4 Cold Christmas, photographs
5 Farewell, Farewell, Eugene, clippings
6 Farewell, Farewell, Eugene, photographs
1955-1956 Season
Box Folder
98 7 General, clippings
8 General, photographs
9 Somebody, clippings
10 Somebody, photographs
11 The World Is Yours, clippings
12 The World Is Yours, photographs
13 Dark Lady of the Sonnets/Man of Destiny, clippings
14 Dark Lady of the Sonnets/Man of Destiny, photographs
15 Love in a Tutu, clippings
16 Love in a Tutu, photographs
17 Tolka Row, clippings
18 Tolka Row, photographs
19 School for Wives, clippings
20 School for Wives, photographs
21 Mr. Gillie, photographs
22 The Sand Castle, clippings
23 The Sand Castle, photographs
24 The Spring Affair, clippings
25 The Spring Affair, photographs
26 Third Best Sport, clippings
27 Third Best Sport, photographs
Summer 1956 Season
Box Folder
98 28 General, clippings
Box Folder
99 1 The Marriage Wheel, clippings
2 The Marriage wheel, photographs
3 Love Goes to School, clippings
4 Love Goes to School, photographs
5 The Prisoner, clippings
6 The Prisoner, photographs
1956-1957 Season
Box Folder
99 7 General, clippings
8 General, photographs
9 Stalin Allee, clippings
10 Stalin Allee, photographs
11 Macbeth, clippings
12 Macbeth, photographs
13 The Small Servant, clippings
14 The Small Servant, photographs
15 Woman Is My Idea, clippings
16 Woman Is My Idea, photographs
17 The Tin Cup, clippings
18 The Tin Cup, photographs
19 The Circle, clippings
20 The Circle, photographs
21 Second Wind, clippings
22 Second Wind, photographs
23 Most Fashionable Crime, clippings
24 Most Fashionable Crime, photographs
25 Uncle Vanya, clippings
26 Uncle Vanya, photographs
27 The Glass Menagerie, clippings
28 The Glass Menagerie, photographs
1957-1958 Season
Box Folder
99 29 General, clippings
30 General, photographs
31 The Devil Came From Dublin, clippings
32 The Devil Came From Dublin, photographs
33 Roadside, clippings
34 Roadside, photographs
35 Androcles and the Lion, clippings
36 Androcles and the Lion, photographs
37 Heat of Noontide, clippings
38 Heat of Noontide, photographs
Box Folder
100 1 And So Farewell, clippings
2 And So Farewell, photographs
3 The Doctor in Spite of Himself, clippings
4 The Doctor in Spite of Himself, photographs
5 Season of the Beast, clippings
6 Season of the Beast, photographs
7 The Hooper Law, clippings
8 The Hooper Law, photographs
9 A Waiter Not Named Julius, clippings
10 A Waiter Not named Julius, photographs
1958-1959 Season
Box Folder
100 11 General, clippings
12 Penelope's Web, clippings
13 Penelope's Web, photographs
14 Willie Stark: His Rise and Fall, clippings
15 Willie Stark: His Rise ad Fall, photographs
16 Down in the Valley/Fable for Our Times, clippings
17 Down in the Valley/Fable for Our Times, photographs
18 The Millionaires, clippings
19 The Millionaires, photographs
20 The Heiress, clippings
21 The Heiress, photographs
22 The Contrast, clippings
23 The Contrast, photographs
24 Moon for the Misbegotten, clippings
25 Moon for the Misbegotten, photographs
26 The Mousetrap, clippings
27 The Mousetrap, photographs
28 The Tridget of Greva/Overruled/The Browning Version, clippings
29 The Tridget of Greva/Overruled/The Browning Version, photographs
1959-1960 Season
Box Folder
100 30 General, clippings
31 General photographs
32 Physician for Fools, clippings
33 Physician for Fools, photographs
34 Leave It To Me, clippings
35 Leave It To Me, photographs
36 A Few Days in Greece, clippings
37 A Few Days in Greece, photographs
38 Othello, clippings
39 Othello, photographs
Scrapbooks 1947-1957
There are 24 scrapbooks in rough chronological order.
Box Folder
1 General 1944-June 1947
2 General June 1947-August 1947
3 General September 1947-December 1947
4 General January 1948-July 1948
5 General August 1948-December 1948
6 General December 1948-April 1949
7 General April 1949-July 1949
8 General July 1949-May 1950
9 General October 1950-May 1951
10 General June 1951-June 1952
11 General (overlaps #10) November 1951-June 1952
12 General November 1955-May 1956
13 General August 1956-May 1957
14 Programs 1948-1958
15-19 Houston Community Players (5 books) 1938-1941
20 Pasadena Playhouse 1943
21 University of Texas at Austin 1942-1944
22 Plays -- Glass Menagerie 1944
23 Plays -- Glass Menagerie 1945
24 Plays -- Summer and Smoke 1948-1949
Margo Jones Theatre Staff Records 1945-1959
Staff records are arranged in alphabetical order by last name, then by general position.
Box Folder
32 1 Bob Alterman, Business Manager 1947
2 Billie Baker, Secretary 1948-1952
3 Violet Burch, Executive Secretary 1949-1955
4 Tony Deeds, Designer 1952-1955
5 Mary Dolan, Business Manager 1952-1956
6 Mabel Duke, Publicity 1948-1952
7 Mabel Duke, Publicity 1953-1957
8 Aaron Frankel 1952-1953
9 Manning Gurian, Business Administrator 1946-1954
10 Ross Lawther, Office 1945-1955
11 Mary McGrath, Secretary 1950-1951
12 Jed Mace, Costumes 1949-1953
13 James and June Moll 1947-1952
14 James Pringle, Technical Director; Rita Pringle, Reader 1952-1956
15 Jonathan Seymour, Production Manager 1949-1953
16 Abe Shosid, Accountant 1951-1954
17 Jonas Silverstone, New York Attorney 1948-1959
18 Ethel Wald, New York Secretary 1948-1949
19 Alton Wilkes, General Manager 1959
20 Dino Yannopoulos, Guest Director 1956
21 Marshall (Mike) Yokelson, Designer, Lighting and Technical Director 1949-1955
22 Directors
23 Seamstresses
24 Staff Positions, General, Applications
Margo Jones Theatre Unproduced Play Scripts
The unproduced play scripts are arranged in alphabetical order by each play's title. The playwright's name follows each title.
Box Folder
101 1 Adam Urbas, Jim Daly
2 Ah? Wanton Mask, Laurence Eyre
3 Albad the Oaf, Burl Ives (2 copies)
4 And the Time Midnight, Eleanor Brooks
5 Augustus Does His Bit, George Bernard Shaw
6 Bat Out of Hell, Theodis Shine
7 Before November, Rick Reagan
8 The Big Try, unidentified
9 The Black Man, Morris Reuth
10 Bless Them All, Manning Gurian
11 Blood Frost, Ted Bermingham
12 The Bookish Worm Doth Find a New Turn, Milton Robertson
13 The Boy Friend, Sandy Wilson
14 Breakup, Theodore Apstein
15 Brothers Karamazov, Julius and George Epstein
Box Folder
102 1 The Browning Version, Terrence Rattigan
2 The Buffoon, Eugene Vale
3 A Burst of Summer, A. B. Shiffrin
4 Choice of Weapons, Theodore Apstein
5 The Choir Boy, Ramsey Yelvington
6 Christmas Story, Max Gurian
7 Circus of Dr. Lao, Gwyn Conger and Nathaniel Benchley
8 Cloud in the Web, incomplete, Theodore Apstein
9 Country Court, Frances Pole and Harold Van Kirk
10 Culprit, A. B. Shiffrin
11 The Cup of Trembling, Vivian Johannes
12 Cynthia Parker, Jan Fortune
Box Folder
103 1 Dark Encounter, Lynn Riggs
2 Death of Don Juan, Edwin Justus Mayer
3 Devil Passes, Benn W. Levy
4 Devil's Carnival, Wilfrid H. Petit
5 Doors, Ross Lawther
6 Ellis Island, B. A. Kazan
7 The End of the Beginning and Pound on Demand, Sean O'Casey
8 The Family Portrait, Morris Renek
9 The Finishing Touch, Edwin Justus Mayer
10 Flatlands, Luigia P. Morgo
11 Four Days with Aira, Lilla Van Saher
12 4.80 Top, Roman Bohnen
13 The Glass Roadblock, Ted Bermingham
14 Going Up, Cy Howard
15 The Golden Farce, Edwin Justus Mayer
Box Folder
104 1 Gold Dust, Jen Rogers
2 Golden Girl, John Philip White
3 Glory in the Flower, William Inge
4 The Great Magician, Lawrence Carra
5 Greek to Greek, Arthur Goodman and J. Alfred Fracht
6 The Hero, Manny Rubin
7 Hide and Seek, John Lloyd
8 High Swing, Michael Harward
9 Highway Interlude, Ted Bermingham
10 Hold Your Horses, Dick Shannon
11 House Where I Was Born, Philip Lewis
12 Joyous Gard, Mely Tasker
13 Judgment Day, unidentified
Box Folder
105 1 Lawyer, Milton J. Kramer
2 Life-Blood, Mitchell Hill
3 Lilacs After Rain, Jen Rogers
4 A Little for the Bottle, Martyn Coleman
5 The Lovers, Manny Rubin
6 Lydian Scherzo, William Lipscomb
7 The Mail Order Bride, Jen Rogers
8 Man of Destiny, unidentified
9 Miracle at Verdun, Hans Chlumberg
10 Moonshine Manifesto, William Lipscomb
11 Mountaineers, Jen Rogers
12 Negro, Roberto Zerboni
13 Nigger Luck, Jen Rogers
14 A Night at Madame Tussaud's, Edwin Justus Mayer
15 Nineteenth Hole of Europe, Vivian Connell
16 No Other Tribute, unidentified
17 October in Spring, Joseph G. Stockdale, Jr.
Box Folder
106 1 Oedipus, Roberto Zerboni
2 Of Shadows Cast, Eugene Vale
3 Only the Heart, Horton Foote
4 Parlor Story, William McClury
5 Pearl of Great Price, Sari Scott
6 The Physician in Spite of Himself, unidentified
7 Pity for the Blind, Alan Marcus
8 The Practical Newlyweds, unidentified
9 The Reluctant Virgin, Maurice Valency
10 A Remittance from Spain, Theodore Apstein
11 The Road to the Graveyard, Horton Foote
12 The Rocking Chair, Horton Foote
13 The Rossiters, Kenneth Hyde
14 See My Lawyer, Richard Maibaum
Box Folder
107 1 The Senses Man, Burl Ives
2 The Senses Man, two drafts, Burl Ives
3 Shake Hands for Luck, Max Gurian
4 She Put Out to Go, Lula Vollmer
5 The Shining Hour, Keith Winter
6 So I Took a Chance, Cy Howard
7 Something to Take With You, Eleanor Brooks
8 Special Edition, Harold Young
9 Sporting Pink, Theodore Apstein
10 The Spring Tree Yoke, Ted Bermingham
11 Stars Are Dust, Earl Weatherby
12 State Occasion, Clynch Calkins
13 The Stronger, unidentified
Box Folder
108 1 Sun Tower, Sari Scott
2 Sunday is People, Manny Rubin
3 Sunrise in My Pocket, Edwin Justus Mayer
4 A Sunset, George Franklin
5 Swans Against the Wind, Theodore Apstein
6 Taxi to Texas, unidentified
7 They Came to a City, J. B. Priestley
8 A Three Acts Farce Comedy, Dorothy Mitler
9 Through the Portals of the Past, William Bacon
10 Thus Spake Cadmus, Haig P. Manoogian
11 Time is the Fire, A. B. Shiffrin
12 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, Ford
13 Topsy Turvy, Jessee Kahn
Box Folder
109 1 Town Man, Frank Bunce
2 The Travellers, Horton Foote
3 Two on a String, W. D. Hepenstall
4 Unconditional Release, John Walsh
5 The Unfinished, Luigia Morgo
6 Unidentified
7 The Uninhabited Island, A. Defresne
8 Velvet Tower, Theodore Apstein
9 Walt Whitman, American, Dan Totheroh
10 Water Boy, Ted Martin
Box Folder
110 1 Way of a Woman, Max Gurian
2 When You Hear the Signal, David Mark
3 Who Gets Hughette?, Jean de Letraz
4 Wild Decembers, Clemence Dane
5 Willow, Milton Woodstock (first draft)
6 Willow, Milton Woodstock (second draft)
7 The Windmill, George Franklin
8 Yesterday Was Spring, Paul Showers

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Series 3: Personal Records 1944-1954

The personal records series includes of Margo Jones' financial records; a journal she kept, circa 1944; invitations; speaking engagement materials; and articles and other publications by her, including her book Theatre-in-the-Round.
Box Folder
29 1 Automobile 1948-1955
2 Bills 1948
3 Bills 1949
4 Bills 1950
5 Bills 1951
6 Bank Note
7 Bank Statements, New York 1949
8 Cancelled Checks, New York 1949
9 Deposit Slips 1949
10 Cancelled Checks 1950
11 Cancelled Checks, New York 1950
Box Folder
30 1 Checkbook, New York 1951
2 Cancelled Checks, New York 1951
3 Out-of-Town Expenses 1951
4 Cancelled Checks 1951
5 Biographical Notes
6 Contributions and Membership Cards
7 Credit File
8 Income Taxes 1944-1950
9 Invitations
10 Journal [1944]
11 Life Insurance
12 Testimonial Luncheon, 10th Season Anniversary November 3, 1954
13 TV Set 1950-1952
Box Folder
31 1 Speaking Engagements, A-G
2 Speaking Engagements, H-Z
3 Speaking Engagements, Columbia Lecture Bureau
4 Articles and Publications, Margo Jones
5 Articles and Publications, Margo Jones
6 Theatre-in-the-Round, Background Data
7 Theatre-in-the-Round, Publishers' Correspondence (Rinehart and Co.)
8 Theatre-in-the-Round, Readers' Correspondence
9 Theatre-in-the-Round, clippings
10 Television Appearances

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Series 4: Photographs

The photographs are subdivided into three groups:
  • 1) Actors,
  • 2) Personal, and
  • 3) Produced Playwrights.
Each group is arranged in alphabetical order.
Actors
Box Folder
21 1 A-General
2 B-General
3 C-General
4 D-General
5 E-General
6 F-General
7 G-General
8 H-General
9 I-J-General\
10 K-General
11 L-General
Box Folder
22 1 M-General
2 N-General
3 O-General
4 P-General
5 Q-R-General
6 S-General
7 T-General
8 U-V-General
9 W-Z-General
Personal Photographs
Box Folder
28 1 Margo Jones
2 Margo Jones
3 Margo Jones
4 Margo Jones Family
5 Margo Jones Friends
6 "From Main Street to Broadway" cocktail party 1953
7 Arena Theatre Conference, Miami 1953
8 Miscellaneous, Identified
9 Negatives, Summer and Smoke, New York and Margo Jones Portrait
10 W. G. Smith Artwork to Margo Jones 1954
11 Margo Jones Theatre Staff
12 Genital Junction Performance Spring 1954
Produced Playwrights
Box Folder
27 1 A-B
2 C
3 D-F
4 G-H
5 I-L
6 M-P
7 Q-R
8 S-Z

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Series 5: Professional Organizations 1944-1959

This series contains materials related to the following professional organizations: American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA), Actors' Equity Association (AEA), American Educational Theatre Association (AETA), Arena Conference, Association of Theatrical Agents and Managers, Chorus Equity Association of America, Dramatists' Guild, League of New York Theatres, National Theatre Conference (NTC), New Dramatists Committee, New England Playhouse Association, Scenic Designers Union, Southern Speech Association, and the Southwest Theatre Conference (STC).
Box Folder
44 1 ANTA 1945-1947
2 ANTA 1948
3 ANTA 1949
4 ANTA 1950
5 ANTA January-June 1951
6 ANTA July-December 1951
Box Folder
45 1 ANTA 1952
2 ANTA 1953
3 ANTA 1954
4 ANTA 1955
5 ANTA Miscellaneous
6 ANTA Greater New York Chapter 1952-1955
7 ANTA Plans for National Theatre 1944-1954
8 ANTA Correspondence with George Savage 1945-1953
9 ANTA Correspondence with Henry Schnitzler 1944-1955
10 ANTA International Theatre Institute
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46 1 AEA Security Agreements 1947-1948
2 AEA Contracts 1947-1948
3 AEA Contracts 1948-1949
4 AEA Contracts 1949-1950
5 AEA Contracts 1950-1951
6 AEA Contracts 1951-1952
7 AEA Contracts 1952-1953
8 AEA Contracts 1953-1954
9 AEA Contracts Summer 1954
10 AEA Contracts 1954-1955
11 AEA Contracts Summer 1955
12 AEA Contracts 1955-1956
13 AEA Contracts Summer 1956
14 AEA Contracts 1956-1957
15 AEA Contracts 1957-1958
16 AEA Contracts 1958-1959
17 AEA Correspondence 1947-1952
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47 1 AEA Correspondence 1953-1955
2 AEA Published Rules 1949-1955
3 American Educational Theatre Association 1945
4 Arena Conference, Miami, Florida 1953
5 Association of Theatrical Agents and managers 1947-1951
6 Chorus Equity Association of America
7 Dramatists' Guild
8 League of New York Theatres
9 NTC Correspondence 1944-1946
10 NTC Correspondence 1947-1955
11 NTC Applications for Membership
12 NTC New Play Project 1944-1945
13 NTC New Play Project 1946-1950
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48 1 NTC Placement Service 1946
2 NTC War Assets Administration -- Surplus Theatre Supplies
3 New Dramatists' Committee 1950-1952
4 New England Playhouse Association, Paul Gifford Anglim 1945
5 Scenic Designers' Union 1945-1949
6 Southern Speech Association 1953-1954
7 STC Correspondence 1951-1956
8 STC Dallas Meeting 1955
9 STC Convention Programs
10 STC Reports

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Series 6: Dallas Productions 1947-1957

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26 8 Candida, Shaw March 1951
9 The Father, Strindberg March 1952
10 Hamlet, Shakespeare December 1952
11 The Rivals, Sheridan March 1953
12 Misalliance, Shaw March 1955
13 Apollo of Bellac, Girardoux April 1954
14 Volpone, Jonson Summer 1954
15 Pygmalion, Shaw Summer 1955
16 Man of Destiny, Shaw December 1955
17 School for Wives, Moliere February 1956
18 Androcles and the Lion, Shaw 1957
19 We Rode a White Donkey, Gregory and Panetta 1950-1951
20 Burst of Summer, Vroom 1951-1952
21 Time is the Fire, Shiffrin 1952-1953
22 Embarkation for the Happy Isles, Guthrie 1953-1954
23 The Big Try, Ferro Summer 1956
24 Lawyer, Kramer 1956-1957
25 Producing the Playwright, Louis Adelman 1947
26 The Fun of Acting, J. and R. P. Baldwin
27 Dance of Death, Charlot 1951
28 The Drama of the Future, Robert Edmund Jones
29 Miscellaneous
30 Genital Junction, Meg Comini

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Series 7: Productions Outside Dallas 1943-1955

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49 1 You Touched Me, Tennessee Williams (Cleveland) -- Script with prompt markings 1943
2 You Touched Me, Tennessee Williams (Cleveland) -- Script with prompt notes 1943
3 You Touched Me, Tennessee Williams (Cleveland) -- Script with prompt notes 1943
4 On Whitman Avenue, Maxine Woods (New York) -- Correspondence May 1946
5 On Whitman Avenue, Maxine Woods (New York) -- Prompt script May 1946
6 On Whitman Avenue, Maxine Woods (New York) -- Set lay-out May 1946
7 Joan of Lorraine, Anderson [n.p.] -- Margo Jones' notes 1946-1947
8 Joan of Lorraine, Anderson [n.p.] -- Script 1946-1947
9 Joan of Lorraine, Anderson [n.p.] -- Prompt script 1946-1947
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50 1 Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams (New York) -- Clippings 1947
2 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Script, revisions March 1947
3 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Script, complete with set diagram, prop plot, and prod. notes -- Rome version March 1948
4 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Script, with prompt notes, revisions, Rome version 1948
5 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Mixed pages with prompt notes, revisions
6 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Box Office statements
7 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Manager's statements 1948
8 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Financial statements 1951-1952
9 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Correspondence 1948
10 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Clippings
11 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Programs
12 Summer and Smoke (New York) -- Set Sketches, Jo Mielziner 1948
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51 1 The Woman Company 1950
2 Southern Exposure (New York) -- Clippings 1950
3 Southern Exposure (New York) -- Correspondence 1950
4 Southern Exposure (New York) -- Dramatists Play Service 1950
5 Southern Exposure (New York) -- Financial statements 1950-1954
6 Southern Exposure (New York) -- Opening Night Acknowledgements 1950
7 Southern Exposure (New York) -- Photograph 1950
8 Southern Exposure (New York) -- Stage lay-out 1950
9 Inherit the Wind (New York) -- Production correspondence
10 Inherit the Wind (New York) -- Investors' Correspondence
11 Inherit the Wind (New York) -- Shumlin correspondence
12 Inherit the Wind (New York) -- Jonas Silverstone correspondence
13 Inherit the Wind (New York) -- Financial statements 1955
14 Inherit the Wind (New York) -- Litigation
15 Inherit the Wind (New York) -- Miscellaneous

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Series 8: Other Theatres

Resource Files
Box Folder
38 1 Alley Theatre, Houston
2 Arena Theatre, Rochester, NY
3 Arena Theatre, Washington, DC
4 Dallas Community Theatre
5 Dallas Institute of Performing Arts (Lumet)
6 Dallas Little Theatre
7 Dallas Theatre Center
8 Mayde Mack Mummers, Oklahoma City
9 Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, New York
10 New York Civic Theatre
11 Oak Cliff Community Theatre, Dallas
12 Pasadena Playhouse
13 Phoenix Theatre
14 Playhouse, Dallas
15 Playhouse, Houston
16 Reeder School, Fort Worth
17 Repertory Players, Inc., New York
18 Round-Up Theatre, Dallas
19 San Francisco Theatre Association
20 Shreveport Little Theatre
21 Summer
22 Touring Players, Inc.
23 Tuscon Little Theatre
24 University of Washington
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39 1 Arena, correspondence
2 Arena-Dance, correspondence and brochures
3 Arena-Foreign, correspondence
4 Traditional, correspondence A-D
5 Traditional, correspondence E-M
6 Traditional, correspondence N-Z
7 Shakespearean
8 Plans
9 Photographs
Box Folder
40 1 Programs and brochures
2 Programs and brochures
3 Programs and brochures
4 Programs and brochures
5 Programs and brochures
6 Programs and brochures
San Francisco Project 1945-1956
Box Folder
41 1 Articles of Incorporation, By-laws, etc.
2 Building plans
3 Clippings
4 Correspondence
5 Correspondence, Roger Stevens
6 Organizational plan
7 Production and staff applications
8 Actors, A-G
9 Actors, H-Z
10 Photographs
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42 1 Motion Picture Project, Cinemart, Varian Fry 1946
2 Radio Project 1945-1947
3 TV Project -- Attorney's correspondence (Silverstone) 1951-1956
4 TV Project -- CBS correspondence (Howard Barnes) 1953-1955
5 Correspondence, Discovery '52
6 Discovery '52, notes and technical information
7 Discovery '52, notes and technical information
8 Discovery '52, proposals and drafts
9 Coordinator's correspondence, Dubensky 1952-1953
10 Margo Jones TV Library 1955-1956

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Series 9: Produced Play Scripts

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113 1 And So, Farewell, Morvill, Katherine
2 Apollo of Bellac, Girardoux, Jean
3 As You Like It, Shakespeare, William
4 La Belle Lulu, Previn, Charles
5 Black John, MacLane, Barton
6 Blind Spot, Caulfield, Edward
7 The Brothers, Rodell, John S.
8 The Circle, Maugham, William Somerset
9 Coast of Illyria, Parker, Dorothy and Ross Evans
10 Cock-a-Doodle-Dandy, O'Casey, Sean
11 Cold Christmas, White, Anna Marie Barlow
12 The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, Shaw, George Bernard
13 A Dash of Bitters, Denham, Reginald and Conrad S. Smith
14 Day's Mischief, Clark, Mabel Margaret
15 The Devil Came From Dublin, Carroll, Paul Vincent
16 Down in the Valley, Weil, Kurt
17 Farewell, Farewell Eugene, Vari, John
18 Farther Off From Heaven, Inge, William
19 The Father, Strindberg, August
20 Feathered Fauna, Robinson, Charles and Jean Dalrymple
21 Footpath Way, Drake, Burgess
22 Ghost of a Chance, Grey, Stephen
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114 1 Gift for Cathy, Alexander, Ronald
2 The Girl From Boston, Hayes, Joseph
3 Glass Menagerie, Williams, Tennessee
4 Golden Porcupine, Bolton, Muriel Roy
5 Goodbye, Your Majesty, Connell, Vivian
6 The Guilt, Granick, Harry
7 Hamlet, Shakespeare, William
8 Heartbreak House, Shaw, George Bernard
9 Heat of Noontide, Farness, Kate
10 Hedda Gabbler, Ibsen, Henrik
11 The Heel, Raphaelson, Samson
12 Hemlock Cup, Hunt, Edward
13 Here's To Us, Quin, Shirland
14 The Hooper Law, Granick, Harry
15 Horatio, Baker, David
16 How Now, Hecate?, Coleman, Martyn
17 I Am Laughing, Mayer, Edwin Justus
18 The Importance of Being Earnest, Wilde, Oscar
19 Inevitable Circle, Alexander, Ronald
20 Inherit the Wind, Lawrence Jerome and Lee Roberts
21 An Innocent in Time, Caulfield, Edward
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115 1 Lady Windermere's Fan, Wilde, Oscar
2 Last Island, Raskin, Eugene
3 Late Love, Casey
4 Leaf and Bough, Hayes, Joseph
5 The Learned Ladies, Moliere, Jean Baptiste
6 Lemple's Old Man, Gurian, Manning
7 Love Goes to School, Benevente, Jacinto
8 Love in a Tutu, Roper, Neal
9 Macbeth, Shakespeare, William
10 The Marriage Wheel, Climenhoga, Joel
11 Marry-Go-Round, Dickason, Albert
12 The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare, William
13 Merry Wives of Windsor, Shakespeare, William
14 The Millionaires, Shaw, George Bernard
15 Misalliance, Shaw George Bernard
16 Mr. Gillie, Bridie, James
17 Most Fashionable Crime, Golding, Samuel
18 My Granny Van, Disney, Loren and George Perry
19 An Old Beat Up Woman, Scott, Sari
20 One Bright Day, Miller, Siomund
21 One Foot in Heaven, Phillips, Irving
22 Oracle Junction, Scott, Sari
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116 1 Penelope's Web, Gibney, Sheridan
2 Physician for Fools, Cameron, Kenneth
3 A Play for Many, McCleery, William
4 The Prisoner, Boland, Bridget
5 The Purification, Williams, Tennessee
6 Rainbow at Home, Robertson, Milton
7 Rising Heifer, Maugham, Robin
8 The Rivals, Sheridan, Richard
9 Roadside, Riggs, Lynn
10 Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare, William
11 Sainted Sisters, Nash, Alden
12 Sand Castle, Jaudry, Pat
13 School for Wives, Moliere, Jean Baptiste
14 The Sea Gull, Chekov, Anton
15 Sea Change, Case, William
16 Season of the Beast, Oglesby, Carl
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117 1 Second Wind, Lenz, Elinor
2 She Stoops to Conquer, Goldsmith, Oliver
3 Skaal, Johannes, Vivian
4 Small Servant, Abelow, S. I. and Robert Cendella
5 So In Love, Mathews, Vern
6 Southern Exposure, Crump, Owen
7 The Spring Affair, Welles, Violet
8 Stalin Allee, Mannheimer, Albert and Frederick Kohner
9 Sting in the Tail, Purefoy, Tom
10 Summer of Fancy Dress, Schoenfield, Bernard
11 Third Best Sport, Bayer, Elinor Rosenfield
12 Third Cousin, Mathews, Vera
13 Throng O'Scarlet, Connell, Vivian
14 Tin Cup, Reich, Richard
15 Tolka Row, Laverty, Maura
16 Trees Die Standing, Rodriguez, Alejandro
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118 1 Twelfth Night, Shakespeare, William
2 Uncle Marston, Harding, John Briard
3 Volpone, Jonson, Ben
4 A Waiter Not Named Julius, Walden, William
5 Walls Rise Up, Duane, Frank and Richard Shannon
6 Whisper to Me, Johnson, Greer
7 Willie Stark: His Rise and Fall, Warren, Robert
8 Willow Tree, Shiffrin, A. B.
9 Woman Is My Idea, Liljenquist, Don
10 The World Is Yours, Radono, Gene

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