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Guide to the George Greanias’s Play ‘Wilson’ papers, 1971-1974
Playwright, professor and attorney George Greanias (b. 1948) taught at Rice University from 1977-1983.
His "Hello Hamlet!" (two-act play), was first produced in Houston, Tex., at Weiss College, Rice University, October, 1967. "Wilson" (two-act play), was first produced in Miami, Fla., at Players Repertory Theater, August, 1973.
Greanias also contributes articles and reviews to newspapers and communication and law journals.He is a member of the steering committee of Houston/Harris County Sports and Health Association; advisory director of Reading, Education, and Development Council; member of board of directors of Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Older American Services, Westbury Hospital, Young Audiences of Houston, and Midtown Art Center; member of advisory board of Girls Club of Houston, Houston Action for Soviet Jewry, Houston Symphony Orchestra, and Alley Theatre; trustee of Annunciation Church School, Lighthouse for the Blind, and Houston Museum of Fine Arts.
Source: Contemporary Authors Online. The Gale Group, 2001.
Drafts, revisions, typescripts, and actors' prompt books for George Greanias' play, "Wilson", relating to Woodrow Wilson, dating from 1971-1974.
There are no restrictions on access to these papers or the accompanying oral interviews.
Permission to publish material from George Greanias’s Play ‘Wilson’ papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.
George Greanias’s Play ‘Wilson’ papers , 1971-1974, MS 014, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
Purchased from George Greanias, 1975, with one addendum 1978.