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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. Works, ca. 1960-2000, nd

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Tom Stoppard:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center [Part I]



Descriptive Summary

CreatorStoppard, Tom
TitleTom Stoppard Papers
Dates: 1939-2000 (bulk 1970-2000)
Abstract:The papers of this British playwright consist of typescript and handwritten drafts, revision pages, outlines, and notes; production material, including cast lists, set drawings, schedules, and photographs; theatre programs; posters; advertisements; clippings; page and galley proofs; dust jackets; correspondence; legal documents and financial papers, including passports, contracts, and royalty and account statements; itineraries; appointment books and diary sheets; photographs; sheet music; sound recordings; a scrapbook; artwork; minutes of meetings; and publications.
RLIN Record #TXRC94-A2
Extent149 document cases, 9 oversize boxes, 9 oversize folders, 10 galley folders (62 linear feet)
LanguageEnglish.
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Playwright Tom Stoppard was born Tomas Straussler in Zlin, Czechoslovakia, on July 3, 1937. However, he lived in Czechoslovakia only until 1939, when his family moved to Singapore. Stoppard, his mother, and his older brother were evacuated to India shortly before the Japanese invasion of Singapore in 1941; his father, Eugene Straussler, remained behind and was killed. In 1946, Stoppard's mother, Martha, married British army officer Kenneth Stoppard and the family moved to England, eventually settling in Bristol.

Stoppard left school at the age of seventeen and began working as a journalist, first with the Western Daily Press (1954-58) and then with the Bristol Evening World (1958-60). Having developed a specialization in film and theatre criticism, in 1960 Stoppard became a free-lance journalist, writing critical articles and, for the Daily Press, two pseudonymous weekly columns. By the end of the year, he had completed his first full-length play, A Walk on the Water (later produced on stage in 1968 as Enter a Free Man), and acquired an agent, Kenneth Ewing of Fraser and Dunlop Scripts. He also wrote a short piece, The Gamblers, which was eventually performed by the University of Bristol drama department in 1965. Stoppard has referred to this as his "first" play in that he claims A Walk on the Water was an unoriginal composite of several plays he admired. Over the next few years, Stoppard wrote various works for radio, television, and the theatre. Among these were "M" Is for Moon among Other Things (1964), A Separate Peace (1966), and If You're Glad I'll Be Frank (1966). A Walk on the Water had been broadcast on ITV Television in 1963 and on BBC-TV in 1964, and Stoppard wrote many episodes of the radio serial A Student's Diary: An Arab in London (1966-67). In addition, three short stories were published by Faber and Faber in the anthology, Introduction 2: Stories by New Writers (1964).

From September 1962 until April 1963, Stoppard worked in London as a drama critic for Scene, writing reviews and interviews both under his name and under the pseudonym William Boot (taken from Evelyn Waugh's Scoop). In 1963, he began writing his only novel, Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon. The names Boot and Moon recur in many of Stoppard's works, generally with Boot being a character who makes things happen and Moon being a character to whom things happen.

While participating in a colloquium sponsored by the Ford Foundation in Berlin in 1964, Stoppard wrote a one-act play that later became Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. The play, which focuses on two minor characters from Hamlet, examines the ideas of fate and free will. In August 1966, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead was performed by Oxford University students as part of the Edinburgh Festival fringe, and, at the same time, Stoppard's only novel was published; to Stoppard's surprise, it was the play that succeeded, establishing his reputation as a playwright. When the play, having caught the attention of Kenneth Tynan, was performed by the prestigious National Theatre Company at the Old Vic in London in 1967, it received immediate and widespread acclaim. Stoppard, at age 29, was a major success.

Of Stoppard's plays written over the next ten years, Jumpers, produced in 1972, and Travesties, produced in 1974, are among the best known. Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land (1976) was written for Ed Berman, founder of the Inter-Action community arts organization, on the occasion of his being granted British citizenship.

By 1977, Stoppard had become concerned with human rights issues, in particular with the situation of political dissidents in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. In February 1977, he visited Russia with a member of Amnesty International. In June, Stoppard met Vladimir Bukovsky in London and traveled to Czechoslovakia, where he met Václav Havel. Stoppard became involved with Index on Censorship, Amnesty International, and the Committee against Psychiatric Abuse and wrote various newspaper articles and letters about human rights. He organized a Roll Call, or reading of names of Soviet refuseniks, at the National Theatre in 1986.

Stoppard's political concerns surfaced in his work. Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (1977) was written at the request of André Previn and was inspired by a meeting with Russian exile Viktor Fainberg. The play, about a political dissident confined to a Soviet mental hospital, is accompanied by an orchestra using a musical score composed by Previn. Professional Foul is a television play that Stoppard wrote over a period of three weeks as a contribution to Amnesty International's declaration of 1977 as Prisoner of Conscience Year.

Subsequent major stage plays by Stoppard include Night and Day (1978), The Real Thing (1982), Hapgood (1988), Arcadia (1993), Indian Ink (1995), which was based upon his radio play In the Native State (1991), and Invention of Love (1997).

In addition to his original stage plays, Stoppard has written original screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays, as well as adaptations for the stage and screen. His screenplay of Brazil, coauthored with Terry Gilliam and Charles McKeown, was nominated for an Academy Award in 1985; Shakespeare in Love, a screenplay co-written with Marc Norman, won that award in 1999. Other well-known screenplays by Stoppard include Empire of the Sun (1987, adapted from the novel by J. G. Ballard), The Russia House (1989, adapted from the novel by John le Carre), and Billy Bathgate (1991, adapted from the novel by E. L. Doctorow), as well as a film version of his own Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1991) that won the Grand Prize at the Venice Film Festival. Stoppard also sometimes reads and contributes to scripts by other writers for directors Kathleen Kennedy, Mike Nichols, and Steven Spielberg. Among teleplays by Stoppard, the best known is Squaring the Circle: Poland, 1980-81, a fictional documentary about the history of Solidarity.

The Dissolution of Dominic Boot (1964), Stoppard's first radio play, was the basis for his teleplay The Engagement (1970). Albert's Bridge, produced by the BBC in 1967, won the Prix Italia. Other successful radio plays by Stoppard include Artist Descending a Staircase (1972), The Dog It Was That Died (1982), and In the Native State (1991).

Tom Stoppard has established an international reputation as a writer of "serious comedy"; his plays are plays of ideas that deal with philosophical issues, yet he combines the philosophical ideas he presents with verbal wit and visual humor. His linguistic complexity, with its puns, jokes, innuendo, and other wordplay, is a chief characteristic of his work. In recognition of his achievements, Stoppard was knighted in 1997.

Stoppard has been married twice, to Jose Ingle (1965-72), a nurse, and to Miriam Moore-Robinson (1972-92), the head of a pharmaceutical company, and he has two sons from each marriage.

More information about Stoppard and his work may be found in Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series, vol. 39 (1993); Dictionary of Literary Biography, vols. 13 (1982) and 233 (2001); "Ambushes for the Audience: Towards a High Comedy of Ideas" in Theatre Quarterly (vol. 4, no. 14, 1974); "Profiles: Withdrawing with Style from the Chaos," by Kenneth Tynan in the New Yorker (19 December 1977); and "Tom Stoppard: His Life and Career Before Rosencrantz and Guildenstern," by John Fleming in The Library Chronicle, vol. 26, no. 3 (1996).

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Scope and Contents

The Stoppard papers consist of typescript and holograph drafts, revision pages, outlines, and notes; production material, including cast lists, set drawings, schedules, and photographs; theatre programs; posters; advertisements; clippings; page and galley proofs; dust jackets; correspondence; legal documents and financial papers, including passports, contracts, and royalty and account statements; itineraries; appointment books and diary sheets; photographs; sheet music; sound recordings; a scrapbook; certificates; artwork; minutes of meetings; and publications, all ranging in date from 1939 to 2000, but primarily from 1970 to 2000. The material is organized in five series: Works (1962-2000, nd, 114.5 boxes), Works about Stoppard (1974-81, nd, 2.5 boxes), Correspondence (1954-93, 21.5 boxes), Legal and Personal Material (1944, 1966-72, 1987, nd, 8 boxes) and Works by Other Authors (1975-78, nd, 2.5 boxes).

Nearly all of Stoppard's major plays, screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays are represented in some form, along with many of his lesser-known works and some that were never produced. Stoppard's short stories are not well documented in the collection, although his only novel, Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon, is represented. For many works, materials from first or early drafts through various revisions, production, further revisions, and publication are present, reflecting Stoppard's practice of rewriting passages of his work continuously. Many of the typescripts are the result of Stoppard's dictation to a typist via cassette tape. Stoppard's revision process continues even after a play has begun production and been published. Page proofs, galleys, and typesetting copy typescripts show changes made in subsequent editions after the initial publication of a work.

For many of the works represented in the collection, Stoppard has maintained correspondence files, including production files and fan mail, separate from his general correspondence files, although similar materials may be found in both locations. Correspondence filed under a title usually consists of letters from people involved in various phases of a production, or from people praising or commenting upon the work. Reviews and articles about a work accompany the manuscripts, and are located under that title. When Stoppard collaborates with other writers, he works with them on a sequential basis rather than concurrently, and his amount of involvement varies by situation. Stoppard often is involved in film projects anonymously. For example, he often provides input on scripts sent to him by Stephen Spielberg, Mike Nichols, and Kathleen Kennedy.

Stoppard's career as a journalist is not as well documented in the collection as his playwriting career. However, through the years Stoppard has continued to write occasional pieces for various periodicals, and many of those are present. Folders of reviews and articles by Stoppard, some accompanied by letters from editors, are located at the end of the Works series. Additional articles by Stoppard about political issues are located in his "Russia File" in the Correspondence series. Most correspondence from editors of periodicals is housed with the general correspondence.

Correspondence in the collection relates almost exclusively to Stoppard's career rather than to his personal life. Most of the correspondence is letters from people involved in productions of his plays, as well as translators, journalists, periodical editors, fellow playwrights, and admirers of his work. Nearly all of the letters have brief notations, made mainly by Stoppard and his secretary Jacky Matthews, recording any responses. Photocopies of some outgoing letters, usually dictated by Stoppard to his secretary, are housed with the incoming correspondence. Of particular interest is Stoppard's correspondence with Anthony C. H. Smith; covering an approximate 30-year span, these letters trace Stoppard's writing career from its beginning. Letters from Stoppard's agent, Kenneth Ewing, cover the years 1962-87 and also follow the rise of Stoppard's career. Correspondence from Faber and Faber, Stoppard's primary publisher, discusses publication of Stoppard's books and includes printed dust jackets. Other significant correspondents include Ed Berman, Dirk Bogarde, Noël, Carr, Michael Codron, Guy Dumur, Lady Antonia Fraser, Michael Frayn, David Hare, Glynn Boyd Harte, Michael Horovitz, Ilya Levin, Bryan Magee, Trevor Nunn, Laurence Olivier, Harold Pinter, Ned Sherrin, and Kenneth Tynan. All correspondents in the Stoppard collection may be found in the Index of Correspondents.

Stoppard's interest in human rights issues is reflected throughout the collection. Correspondence with many human rights organizations, files on Czechoslovakia and Russia, and material from his work organizing the Roll Call at the National Theatre reveal the extent of his involvement in these issues. Through his contacts with political dissidents, Stoppard became friends with Czechoslovakian playwright and politician Václav Havel. Correspondence with and about Havel, copies of his works, and material from Stoppard's translation of Havel's Largo Desolato were originally grouped together. The correspondence has been separated and added to the Correspondence series, while Largo Desolato material has been housed with other works by Stoppard. Translations of Havel's The Beggar's Opera and The Conspirators are located in the Works by Other Authors series, along with works by Christopher Figg, Tomás Gartland, Tony Harrison, Vladimir J. Konecni, David Mamet, James Saunders, Peter Shaffer, Anthony C. H. Smith, Stephen Sondheim, and others.

Few original materials relating to Stoppard's personal life are present in the collection, although some letters to his parents, photocopies of marriage, divorce, and birth certificates, memorabilia, and photographs are present. The collection does provide information about Stoppard's interests in cricket, chess, fishing, and other subjects. For example, Harold Pinter arranged cricket matches with Stoppard through correspondence, while Anthony Smith, his wife, and Stoppard used their letters to each other to play chess. Similarly, typescript and printed copies of interviews, Stoppard's responses to various requests, and correspondence about production disputes provide insights into Stoppard's character and personality. Stoppard's interest in Ernest Hemingway, as well as his ability to form friendships quickly, can be seen in correspondence with Joan St. C. Crane of the University of Virginia, Carol (Mrs. Patrick) Hemingway, and Margie (Mrs. Louis Henry) Cohn of House of Books.

Additions to the collection are expected. Other manuscripts relating to Stoppard at the HRHRC may be found in the Gordon Dickerson, David Hare, Francis Henry King, London Magazine, Harold Pinter, and James Saunders papers.

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Arrangement

Due to size, this inventory has been divided into three separate units which can be accessed by clicking on the highlighted text below:
Tom Stoppard Papers--Series I. Suberies A. (A-Q)[Part I] [This Page]
Tom Stoppard Papers--Series I. Subseries A. (R-Z) - Series V. [Part II]
Tom Stoppard Papers--Index of Correspondents and Index of Works [Part III]
Note to Researchers
This finding aid for the Stoppard papers is a conflation of the five finding aids that were created for the original collection received in 1991 and 1993, and for four accretions that were described separately, received in 1994-1996, and 1998-1999. Materials added to the collection over time have not been physically interfiled for the most part, but the series descriptions and folder list group materials relating to a specific work or topic regardless of when they were received by the Center.

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Amis, Kingsley
Ashcroft, Peggy, Dame
Ayer, A.J. (Alfred Jules), 1910-
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-
Bell, Quentin
Berman, Ed
Bigsby, C.W.E.
Billington, Michael, 1939-
Blackford, Richard, 1954-
Blackwell, Vera
Bogarde, Dirk, 1921-
Bolt, Robert
Boorman, John, 1933-
Bukovskii, Vladimir Konstantinovich, 1942-
Carr, Noël
Carsen, Robert
Codron, Michael
Cohn, Louis Henry, Mrs.
Cooper, Donald
Crane, Joan St. C.
Doctorow, E.L., 1931-
Dumur, Guy, 1921-
Evans, Harold
Ewing, Kenneth
Eyre, Richard, 1943-
Fainberg, Viktor
Fassbinder, Rainer Werner, 1946-
Fraser, Antonia, 1932-
Frayn, Michael
Frink, Elisabeth, 1930-
Gaskell, Philip
Ghose, Zulfikar, 1935-
Gilliam, Terry
Gray, Simon, 1936-
Greene, Graham, 1904-
Griffiths, Trevor
Guppy, Shusha
Hall, Peter, Sir, 1930-
Hampton, Christopher, 1946-
Hardy, Joseph, 1929-
Hare, David, 1947-
Harte, Glynn Boyd
Harwood, Ronald, 1934-
Havel, Vaclav
Hedberg, Johannes
Horovitz, Michael, 1935-
James, Clive, 1939-
Jellicoe, Ann
Kerensky, Oleg, 1930-
Kundera, Milan
Le Carré, John, 1931-
Levin, Ilya Davidovich, 1948-
Losey, Joseph
Luff, Peter
McKellen, Ian
Magee, Bryan
Marcus, Frank
Märthesheimer, Peter, 1938-
Matthews, Jacky
May, Robert M. (Robert McCredie), 1936-
Mitchell, Adrian, 1932-
Mortimer, John Clifford, 1923-
Mosley, Nicholas, 1923-
Nichols, Peter, 1927-
Nunn, Trevor
Olivier, Laurence, 1907-
Pike, Frank
Pinter, Harold, 1930-
Read, Piers Paul, 1941-
Saunders, James, 1925-
Shaffer, Peter
Sher, Antony, 1949-
Sherrin, Ned
Smith, A.C.H. (Anthony Charles H.), 1935-
Spiel, Hilde
Spielberg, Steven, 1947-
Swander, Homer D., 1921-
Theiner, George
Toms, Carl
Trotter, Josephine
Tynan, Kenneth, 1927-
Vladislav, Jan, 1923-
Wells, John, 1936-
Wesker, Arnold, 1932-
Wintour, Charles
Wood, Peter, 1927-
Organizations
Brandman Productions
Faber and Faber
Fraser & Dunlop Scripts Ltd
House of Books, Ltd. (New York, N.Y.)
Inter-Action Trust
Iron Mountain Proudctions
TVS (Firm: Great Britain)
Index on Censorship
Subjects
Authors, English
Authors and publishers
Czech drama
Dissenters
Human rights workers
Literary agents
Document Types
Birth certificates
Christmas cards
Galley proofs
Negatives
Passports
Photographs
Report cards
Screenplays
Scripts
Theater programs
Watercolors

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Related Material

The following items have been removed from the collection and housed with the Center's Personal Effects holdings:

  • Every Good Boy Deserves Favour needlepoint, nd
  • Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead ball and cup, "Zagreb 1990"
  • Silver cricket bat charm, with stone inlays and engraved on the back: "Tom from Henry & Annie New York 5-1-84 Keep nudging..."
  • Silver airplane tie clip
  • Ivory letter-opener in the form of a cricket bat
  • Fishing flies attached to label "777W72 Gareth & Keeyard "(?)
  • Silver skiing medallion "Offert Par Les Skis Rossignol" (in box)
  • White t-shirt with purple "Playbill Lincoln Center Theater Hapgood" logo
  • Glass paperweight, "The First New York International Festival of the Arts June 11-July 11, 1988 Music, Dance, Theatre, Film and Television of the 20th Century"
  • Framed cartoon by "Marc," captioned "He's deeply depressed-he got a brilliant review in the Sunday Times," Nov. 1978
  • Miniature Liberty Bell "presented to Stoppard by Mayor Edward G. Rendell, City of Philadelphia, February 7, 1996"
  • Presentation key engraved "Terry Hands," in pouch inscribed "Taormina Arte"
  • Graduation hood for honorary degree bestowed by the University of York, with accompanying letter from robe makers Ede and Ravenscroft, 1984
  • Antoinette Perry award for The Real Thing, 1984
  • International Film & Television Festival of New York award, 1984 (medallion, in box)
  • Drama Desk Award, "1983 1984 Outstanding New Play The Real Thing By Tom Stoppard" (two metal plates mounted on wooden blocks)
  • Lincoln Center Theater "Joan Cullman Award for Extraordinary Creativity Tom Stoppard Hapgood 1995 Arcadia" (bronze award in box)
  • Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle award for Distinguished Achievement, "1997 Writing, Tom Stoppard, Arcadia, Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum" (plaque)
  • Las Vegas Film Critics Society's 1998 Sierra Award to: "Tom Stoppard, Best Screenplay Shakespeare in Love" (plaque)
  • Broadcasting Press Guild Television Awards "1977 Best Single Play Professional Foul by Tom Stoppard, Produced by Mark Shivas, Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg for BBC-2" (framed award certificate)
  • "The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Certificate of Award The Council hereby certifies that Tom Stoppard won the British Academy Award for Outstanding Achievement During 1977 in the Category Best Script Presented at the Wembley Conference Centre, May 16 1978" (framed certificate)
  • "Nomination Antoinette Perry Award Best Play Arcadia, Author: Tom Stoppard, Producer: Lincoln Center Theater, André Bishop, Bernard Gersten, 1994-1995, The American Theatre Wing, Inc. and The League of American Theaters and Producers, Inc." (framed certificate)
  • University of London Doctor of Literature honorary degree certificate, 9 June 1982, program of the proceedings, and text of introductory speech (all in embossed degree holder tube)
  • Brunel University honorary degree certificate, 18 Dec. 1979, and text of introductory speech (in embossed degree holder tube)
  • "Oh! Look what I've got on my plate!" ceramic plate painted with titles of early works by Stoppard, [ca. 1977]

The following have been removed from the collection and are housed with the Center's film holdings:

  • Thirteen "Master" Beta videotapes of the Roll Call at the National Theatre, 1986
  • Six audio tape reels of the Roll Call at the National Theatre, 1986
  • VHS videotape of the University of Hull degree conferment, 1998
  • VHS videotape of the University of York honorary degree conferment, 1984
  • Fragments of film showing the making of the film Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, [1990]

Three original watercolors of Victorian postcards, ca. 1898, have been removed from the collection and housed with the Center's Art Collection. One is labeled "Isle of Wight" by "John Renage"

A bust of Stoppard by Alan Thornhill is on display in the Center's Reading Room.

In addition, printed editions of Stoppard's works in a variety of languages have been removed from the collection and are cataloged with the Center's book holdings, as is a publication about Costas Tsoclis' "Ark" project that had accompanied correspondence regarding that project.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchases and gifts, 1991-2000

Processed by

Katherine Mosley, 1993-2000

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Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Works, ca. 1960-2000, nd
(122 boxes)

The series is divided into two subseries: Original Works and Adaptations; and Reviews, Articles, and Lectures.
The Original Works and Adaptations subseries, arranged alphabetically by title and within title by genre, consists of typescript and holograph manuscripts, revision pages, outlines and notes, page proofs, galley proofs, printed pages and books, theatre programs, production materials, photographs and negatives, posters, advertising material, clippings, correspondence, and awards.
Nearly all of Stoppard's plays, screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays are represented in some form, some quite extensively. Because Stoppard continuously revises his works, even after they are produced and published, many variant versions are present. Stoppard's original labeling of manuscript versions has been retained and is indicated in the folder list with single quotation marks. In keeping with Stoppard's original filing system, some correspondence regarding a work is housed with that work, while similar letters regarding works are housed with general correspondence in the Correspondence series. Clippings, primarily reviews collected by Stoppard's parents, and numerous posters and programs from domestic and international productions cover nearly all of Stoppard's major works. Works particularly well represented in the collection include Arcadia, Cats, Empire of the Sun, Hapgood, Hopeful Monsters, Indian Ink, The Real Thing, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, and Travesties.
Among early manuscripts by Stoppard are holograph and typescript drafts of his only novel, Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon; a short play, The Gamblers, which he refers to as his first "original" play; and Higg and Cogg, which was performed with The Gamblers by the University of Bristol drama department. Reviews of those works are also present. Stoppard's first full-length play, A Walk on the Water, which was produced as a teleplay, staged in Hamburg, adapted for broadcast as a radio play, and eventually revised for a London stage production as Enter A Free Man, is represented by typescripts, a shooting schedule, programs, clippings, and page proofs. Stoppard originally wrote Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead as a one-act play about the characters from Hamlet meeting the mad King Lear when they arrive in England. Among very early versions of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in the collection is a mimeograph typescript of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Meet King Lear. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern is a good example of the many forms of material present in the collection for a single title; in addition to items relating to various productions of the play, there are also materials from the 1978 and 1983 radio productions, an unproduced 1968 screenplay, the film that was eventually produced in 1991, and page proofs of various Faber and Faber editions of the published work.
Jumpers material consists of typescripts, correspondence, theatre programs, posters, and clippings from various productions, as well as a reproduction of a drawing by William Hewison, sheet music, page proofs, and a French translation by Jacques De Decker. The author's notes to translators accompanies one of several early Travesties drafts, and typescripts showing revisions made for the 1993 production are also present. Among other Travesties materials are a memo from Stoppard to directors, clippings of articles and reviews, profit sheets, photographs, posters, programs, and an ink caricature drawn by William Hewison for Punch. Letters from Noël Carr, widow of Henry Carr, are among correspondence about the play. In addition, there are German translations of the play by Hilde Spiel, correspondence regarding a German production of the play, and an incomplete draft of an opera by Bolen High. Night and Day is represented by various drafts, programs, posters, production notes, articles and reviews, and correspondence, including correspondence relating to a German production. A German translation of the play by Hilde Spiel is also present, as are typescripts and page proofs of various printed editions and drafts of a screenplay based on the play.
Many manuscripts relating to one of Stoppard's most popular plays, The Real Thing, are present; of particular note are performance notes; drafts of revisions made for the 1984 American production; photographs; posters; and production correspondence, including lists of casting possibilities, rehearsal schedules, touring schedules, cast lists and other company information, correspondence with actors, directors, and others, congratulatory notes, telegrams, and fan mail. Page proofs, galleys, and typescripts of various published editions trace many of the revisions made to the play over the years. A proposed précis by Otis Guernsey for The Best Plays of 1983-84 and related correspondence are also included, as are French and Italian translations. Stoppard's Tony Award for the play is housed with the Center's personal effects collection. A typescript for a radio broadcast of The Real Thing is also present. Notable Hapgood manuscripts include numerous revision pages, production correspondence, fan mail, a printed teacher's handbook, and corrected page proofs of the 1988 and 1994 Faber and Faber editions of the play. Draft fragments from an abandoned film adaptation are also present.
Among Hapgood correspondence are letters between Stoppard and J. C. Polkinghorne discussing physics and physicists.
Of Stoppard's more recent plays, Arcadia and Indian Ink are the most heavily represented. Numerous drafts, production materials, photographs, tickets, programs, posters, correspondence, and page proofs from both works are present. In addition, there are typescripts from the radio production of Arcadia.
Manuscripts of Stoppard's radio play In the Native State, the precursor to Indian Ink, include drafts, clippings, awards, and correspondence. Among drafts and translations of the radio play Artist Descending a Staircase are those used to enter the play in the Italia Prize. In addition, that work was later adapted for the stage, and drafts, programs, and posters from the production are present.
Materials relating to the screenplay of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead consist of typescripts, trailer notes, preliminary production notes, filming notes, cue sheets, photographs, correspondence, financial files, and advertising material, including rejected layout ideas. Among other screenplays represented in the collection are Brazil, Empire of the Sun, The Russia House, Billy Bathgate, and Shakespeare in Love. Besides various drafts of Brazil, there are a plot outline and synopsis by Terry Gilliam and production material, including correspondence showing the problems that arose as a result of the collaboration between Stoppard, Gilliam, and Charles McKeown. Empire of the Sun materials consist of numerous drafts, a shooting script, production memos, correspondence regarding script revisions and other production matters, research photographs of Shanghai, and production photographs. Included in production correspondence are letters between Stoppard and the Writers Guild of America relating to a writing credit dispute that Stoppard eventually won. The Russia House materials comprise typescripts and a production file of correspondence with Fred Schepisi about script revisions. Drafts and correspondence for Billy Bathgate are present, as are drafts, clippings, awards programs, and some correspondence relating to Shakespeare in Love.
Screenplays present in the collection that were never produced include Hopeful Monsters (based upon the book by Nicholas Mosley), Cats (an animated screenplay adaptation of the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber), Innocent Blood (from the novel by P. D. James), Knuckle (an adaptation of the play by David Hare), Galileo, and The Frog Prince (based upon John Collier's short story). Also noteworthy are drafts of filmscripts for Stoppard's popular radio play Albert's Bridge and his novel Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon. Uncredited revisions of screenplays by other authors include those for Always, Chaplin, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Medicine Man, Schindler's List, and Sleepy Hollow.
Stoppard's well-known teleplay Squaring the Circle: Poland, 1980-81 is represented by background research, multiple drafts, notes on revisions, and a correspondence and production file. Drafts of the introduction to the Faber and Faber text and correspondence with director Mike Hodges, Stephen Schlow and Dale Sheets of Metromedia, and James Gatward of TVS provide information about a dispute with Metromedia regarding changes to the film for the American market. Poodle Springs was a made-for-television film of Robert Parker's Philip Marlowe book; correspondence and numerous drafts from that project are present.
The second subseries is comprised primarily of clippings, typescript and holograph drafts, and galleys of reviews and articles by Stoppard on a variety of topics. Some of these are accompanied by correspondence from the editors of periodicals in which they were published. Lecture material is also located in this subseries and includes notes, drafts, correspondence, programs, and advertisements.
Subseries A: Original Works and Adaptations, (A-Q) 1962-2000
A.O.P. --Proposed screenplay, never produced
box-folder
1.1"Film Outline," photocopy typescripts, May 1984
box-folder
69.1Photocopy typescript memo summarizing Warner Brothers agreement, 14 Aug. 1984
After Magritte
Stage play
box-folder
1.2Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
With holograph revision pages and notes, Aug.-Sept., nd
box-folder
69.2Notebook of holograph draft pages and notes, 2-19 Sept. [1970]; drafts of introduction to teleplay; draft re. proposition vs. fact; notes for Where Are They Now?
box-folder
69.3Photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
69.4"Revised ms, Prelims copy," photocopy typescript with holograph corrections in unidentified hand and printer's marks, nd.
With letter from Faber and Faber to Stoppard, 3 May 1973
box-folder
69.5Photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
69.6"Rehearsal Script," mimeograph typescript, with holograph notes on versos of two pages, nd
box-folder
69.7Incomplete photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, nd
Double bill with The Real Inspector Hound
(see The Real Inspector Hound, Folders 104.12 and 104.13)
box-folder
53.9Photographs, advertisement, and poster from Sao Paulo, Brazil, production, 1994
(poster removed to Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
box-folder
1.3Program with holograph notes, [1970]
box-folder
69.8Programs and flyers, 1970-85, nd
Mounted posters
Teatro dell'Orologio, Rome, 1987
(Oversize Box 2)
Malmo Stadsteater, Sweden, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
box-folder
69.9Articles and reviews, 1970-73, 1984
box-folder
69.10Correspondence, 1996, 1999
Book
box-folder
69.11Dust jacket, [1971]
Albert's Bridge
Radio Play
box-folder
66.11Mimeograph typescript, with holograph notes in an unknown hand, 1967.
With production information and opening and closing announcements.
box-folder
69.12Articles and reviews, 1967
Prix Italia award certificate, 1968
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
Stage play
box-folder
1.4Programs, nd
box-folder
69.13Program, French production, 1999
box-folder
69.14Articles and reviews, 1969, nd
box-folder
69.15St. Alban's Repertory Theater production--letter from Albert Ihde, program, articles and reviews, 1969
box-folder
1.5Articles and reviews, French production, [1974]
box-folder
53.10Advertisements and poster for Paris production, 1994
(poster removed to Oversize Folder 5)
[Double bill with If You're Glad I'll Be Frank]
box-folder
69.16Flyer and program, [1969]
box-folder
69.17Reviews and advertisement, 1969
Signed photo reproduction sent by cast and crew, Jan. 1999
(Oversize Box 7)
box-folder
69.18Correspondence, 1997, 1998
Screenplay, by Stoppard and A.C.H. Smith
box-folder
1.6Typescript synopses and notes by Stoppard and Anthony Smith, with holograph corrections, 6 and 25 Sept 1969, nd
box-folder
1.7"Film Outline," carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
1.8"Film Outline," typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
1.9"Film Outline," photocopy typescript, bound, nd
box-folder
66.12Typescript, with typescript inserts and holograph revisions, nd
Always (Revision of the screenplay by Jerry Belson and Diane Thomas)
box-folder
69.19Original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 11 May, 10 and 17 July, and 10 and 14 Aug. 1989.
With memos from Stoppard to Steven Spielberg, 3, 11, and 17 July 1989
box-folder
69.20Correspondence and meeting notes, 1989-90
Another Moon Called Earth [The Critics]--Teleplay
box-folder
66.13Carbon typescript, nd
box-folder
66.14Rehearsal Script. Mimeograph typescript, 1967
box-folder
69.21Articles and reviews, 1967
Arcadia
Stage play
box-folder
53.11"Mathematical Chaos and Strange Attractors," photocopy excerpt from Structures and Strangeness, Nov. 1981
With note from Oliver Stoppard to Stoppard, nd
box-folder
40.9Incomplete typescript with holograph revisions, bound, nd
(Missing pages are located in Folder 40.10)
box-folder
40.10Incomplete typescript, nd
(Includes pages from incomplete, bound typescript in Folder 40.9)
box-folder
69.22Typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
69.23Typescript of Act One, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
69.24Faxed pages of typescript with holograph revisions, 9 June 1992
box-folder
69.25"Replacement pages," 30 July 1992
box-folder
69.26Typescript page, nd
box-folder
40.11Typescript with holograph revisions, bound, Nov. 1992
box-folder
53.12Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Nov. 1992
box-folder
41.1Photocopy of typescript with holograph corrections, Nov. 1992
box-folder
41.2Typescript with holograph corrections, bound, Dec. 1992
box-folder
41.3Typescript with some holograph corrections by Stoppard and unknown person, bound, 8 Dec. 1992
box-folder
41.4Photocopy typescript with holograph corrections, bound, [Dec. 1992]
box-folder
53.13Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Jan. 1993
box-folder
41.5Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1993
box-folder
53.14Printer's copy, Jan. 1993
(bound)
box-folder
41.6Rehearsal Script. Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, bound, 29 Jan. 1993
box-folder
41.7Photocopy typescript, Jan. 1993
(with holograph revisions, March 1993, bound)
box-folder
54.1Press Script. Photocopy typescript, with a few holograph corrections, bound, 19 April 1993
box-folder
70.1"Press Script," bound photocopy typescript, 19 April 1993
box-folder
54.2Photocopy typescript pages, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
42.1-5"Arcadia Pages," typescript, faxed, and holograph drafts and revision pages; Peters, Fraser, and Dunlop catalogue copy form; rehearsal papers, including rehearsal calls, list of contacts, stage diagrams, rehearsal notes, production schedule, sound and music cues, research material, and rehearsal script; theatre program drafts and page proofs, including drafts by John Barrell, Rupert Christiansen, and Robert M. May; and page proofs for Faber & Faber text; Aug. 1992-April 1993, nd.
(With letters from Stoppard to Caroline and to Charles Boyle and letters from Robert May to Stoppard and Emma Fielding)
(theatre program drafts and page proofs removed to Oversize Box 7)
box-folder
42.6Correspondence and production file--correspondence, Royal National Theatre leaflet, theatre tickets, and printed invitation to cast party, Feb.-April 1993.
With "roundup" summary of current productions and publications of Stoppard's plays, 1993
box-folder
54.3Revised production schedule, 12 March 1993
Lincoln Center Theater production
box-folder
70.2Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
70.3Typescript draft with holograph revisions
[Missing pages are located in "Trims Suggested"]
box-folder
70.4"Trims Suggested for Lincoln Centre," typescript draft pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
70.5"Arcadia Script Variations," typescript list of changes, with holograph note from Stoppard to company on verso of Hopeful Monsters typescript page, [1995]
box-folder
70.6Holograph production notes, nd
box-folder
42.7Rideau de Bruxelles, Belgium, production photographs and poster, 1993
(poster, two copies, removed to Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
box-folder
70.7-9Comedie-Francaise productions--programs, flyers, ticket, photographs, posters and faxed and bound reviews, 1997-98
(posters, two copies, with poster of season schedule, removed to Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
box-folder
70.10Photographs from the original National Theatre production, 1993
box-folder
54.4Photographs from Cape Town, South Africa, production, nd.
With note from Gordon Dickerson of Peters Fraser & Dunlop to Stoppard, nd
Photograph of touring cast, 1995
(Oversize Box 8)
box-folder
70.11-12Photographs from various productions, 1997-98, nd
box-folder
54.5National Theatre brochures, 1992-93
box-folder
54.6TheatrePrint. The Weekend Ad. Photocopy page proofs, with some holograph corrections, nd
(page proofs removed to Oversize Box 7)
box-folder
54.7Theatre programs--Poland, Australia.
With a Lyttelton advertising leaflet proof and a rehearsal note from Aldwych, 1993-94, and with Haymarket Theatre ticket, 19 May 1994
box-folder
71.1-6Programs (some signed by cast), flyers, advertising postcard, ticket
box-folder
54.8Rejected poster design, Lincoln Center Theater, nd
box-folder
71.7Lincoln Center Theater poster design
Poster: Teatr Wybrzeze, Poland, two copies, 1994
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
box-folder
71.8-10Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1993-1999
(see also Oversize Box 6)
box-folder
54.9The Laurence Olivier Awards program, 1994
box-folder
71.11Nomination certificates for Writers' Guild Macallan award, 1993, and Laurence Olivier Award, 1994; Critics' Circle London Theatre Award, 1993; Tony Awards tickets, 1995
Drama Critics' Circle award certificate for Best Play, 1994
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
box-folder
54.10Correspondence, 1993-94, nd
Radio Play
box-folder
54.11Photocopy of miscellaneous typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions in an unknown hand made for radio broadcast, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd.
With letter from BBC Radio to Stoppard, 13 Aug. 1993
box-folder
54.12-13Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Sept. 1993
Advertisement from The Modern Review, Dec.-Jan. 1993/94
(Oversize Box 6)
Book
box-folder
72.1Photocopy page proofs, 1999
box-folder
72.2-6Correspondence, drafts of blurb and bio, crossword puzzle, Newstead Abbey guide, 1992-99
Oil pastel portrait of Stoppard as Septimus [by Jennifer Dundas], 30 March 1995
(Oversize Box 5, folder 7)
Artist Descending a Staircase
Radio Play
box-folder
66.15Typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
72.7Mimeo typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph notes re. The Real Inspector Hound on versos of pp 44-45
box-folder
66.16Mimeograph typescript, 1972
box-folder
72.8-9Mimeo typescript, [1972]
Two copies
box-folder
66.17Photocopy of typescript with holograph notations showing cuts, 1972
box-folder
54.15Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd
box-folder
72.10BBC Entry, Italia Prize, bound photocopy typescript with holograph markings, [1973]
Stage play
box-folder
72.11Composite draft of typescript pages and photocopy pages of printed text, with typescript revisions taped in, nd
box-folder
73.1Photocopy of composite draft of typescript pages and photocopy pages of printed text with typescript revisions, nd
box-folder
73.2Bound typescript with holograph revisions and holograph insert page of notes, nd
box-folder
73.3Programs and flyer, 1988-89
box-folder
54.14Theatre program, Kings Head Theatre Club production, nd
Poster: King's Head Theatre Club, [1988]
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Poster: Rideau de Bruxelles, Belgium, 1989
(Oversize Folder 5)
Book
box-folder
73.4Dust jacket proof, nd
box-folder
73.5Articles and reviews, 1972-89
box-folder
73.6Correspondence, 1972-91
Translations
box-folder
73.7L'Artiste Descendant L'Escaller--translation for Italia Prize by Hélène Corrie, bound photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
73.8Listamadur A Leid Nidur Troppur--translation by Gudjon Olafsson, bound typescript, nd
Artist Descending a Staircase and Where Are They Now?: Two Plays for Radio--Book
box-folder
73.9Incomplete mimeo typescript with holograph printer's marks. With typescript front pages with holograph printer's marks, [1973]
box-folder
73.10Page proofs with holograph corrections, [1973]
Billy Bathgate --Screenplay adaptation of the book by E. L. Doctorow
box-folder
1.10-11Holograph draft sections, Sept.-Nov. 1989
box-folder
1.12Holograph draft, Sept.-Nov. 1989
box-folder
1.13Composite photocopy of corrected typescript, and faxes with holograph revisions, Nov. 1989
box-folder
1.14Photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
2.1Photocopy typescript, with holograph notes, Nov. 1989
box-folder
54.16Photocopy typescript, with some holograph revisions, nd.
With additional photocopy typescript pages, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
2.2"Revised First Draft," photocopy typescript, March 1990
box-folder
55.1Revised First Draft, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, March 1990
box-folder
55.2Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph draft pages, May 1990
box-folder
73.11"Second Draft," bound photocopy typescript, May 1990
[with holograph revisions]
box-folder
55.3Revised Second Draft, photocopy typescript, bound, 25 May 1990
box-folder
55.4Revised Second Draft, photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, 25 May 1990
box-folder
55.5Revised Fourth Draft, photocopy typescript, with some holograph notations, 14 Sept. 1990
box-folder
55.6Revised Fourth Draft, photocopy typescript, 14 Sept. 1990
[with photocopy typescript insert pages, 20 Sept. 1990-23 Jan. 1991, bound]
box-folder
55.7Faxed typescript rewrite pages, some with holograph revisions, by Stoppard, Robert Benton, and Edgar Doctorow, 22 July-13 Sept. 1991.
With meeting notes, 16 Aug. 1991, and memos from Stoppard to Benton, 26 Aug. and 12 Sept. 1991
box-folder
56.1Revised Fourth Draft, photocopy typescript, 14 Sept. 1990.
With photocopy typescript insert pages, 20 Sept. 1990-23 July 1991, and some holograph revisions, bound
box-folder
73.12Sheet music for "Bye Bye Blackbird"
box-folder
73.13Correspondence, 1989-91
Born Yesterday --Play by Garson Kanin, directed by Stoppard, two copies of Greenwich Theatre magazine cue, no. 8, April/May 1973
One with holograph notes by Stoppard
(Oversize Box 6)
The Boundary --Teleplay, co-authored by Clive Exton, 1975
box-folder
2.3Holograph and typescript draft fragments, nd
box-folder
74.1Mimeo typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
2.4Articles and reviews, nd
box-folder
74.2Correspondence, 1995
Brazil --Screenplay, with Terry Gilliam and Charles McKeown
box-folder
2.5Photocopy typescript plot outline and synopsis by Terry Gilliam, nd.
With letter from Gilliam, nd
box-folder
2.6Typescript draft, nd.
With photocopies of some pages
box-folder
2.7Holograph drafts, Aug.-Dec. 1982
box-folder
2.8Photocopy of corrected typescript, [Sept. 1982]
box-folder
2.9Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Sept. 1982
Pages missing from this version were used for succeeding, Dec. 1982, photocopy typescript
box-folder
3.1Photocopy typescript, with typescript corrections, Dec. 1982
Incorporates pages from Sept. 1982 photocopy typescript
box-folder
3.2Photocopy typescript, with typescript and holograph revisions, Jan. 1983.
With note from Gilliam, nd
box-folder
74.3Bound photocopy typescript with holograph notes and revisions, Jan. 1983
box-folder
3.3Photocopy of corrected typescript, June 1983
box-folder
3.4Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
box-folder
3.5Photocopy typescript, bound, Oct. 1983
box-folder
3.6Typescript fragments, with holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
3.7Correspondence and production file, 1982-1986
box-folder
74.4Correspondence, 1982, 1989, 1993
Cats --Animated screenplay adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical based upon Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot
box-folder
56.2Photocopy typescript draft synopsis, nd, and accompanying notes, 29 Jan. 1994
box-folder
56.3Holograph and photocopy and faxed typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions, 11 Feb. 1994, nd.
[With letter from Andrew Lloyd Webber to Stoppard, and notes from Stoppard to Lloyd Webber and Jacky Matthews, nd]
box-folder
74.5Faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, revised typescript pages, and faxes of typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, 24 Feb. 1994
box-folder
74.6Typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
56.4-5Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions, and holograph insert pages, rewrite pages, and script notes, Feb.-March 1994.
With correspondence between Stoppard, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Trevor Nunn, Feb. 1994
box-folder
74.7Fax of typescript page with holograph revisions, 1 March 1994
box-folder
74.8-9Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
74.10Faxes of holograph and typescript revision pages, 2 March 1994
box-folder
74.11Typescript page, nd
box-folder
74.12Typescript revision pages, nd; faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 3 March 1994
box-folder
74.13Typescript fragment, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
74.14Typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
74.15Holograph revision page, nd
box-folder
74.16Composite fragment of holograph pages and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
74.17Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
74.18Typescript pages, nd
box-folder
74.19Typescript fragment with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
74.20Typescript fragment, nd.
Two copies
box-folder
74.21Faxes of holograph revision pages, 14 March 1994
box-folder
74.22Incomplete bound typescript draft, with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd
box-folder
56.6Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, 14 March 1994.
With holograph rewrite pages, 4 March 1994, nd
box-folder
56.7Correspondence with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Trevor Nunn, and Anthony Jones, March-April 1994.
With holograph and faxed typescript revision pages, 15 and 16 March 1994
box-folder
74.23Faxes of holograph revision pages, 20 and 21 March 1994
box-folder
74.24Composite fragment of original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 30 March 1994
box-folder
74.25Holograph revision pages, with photocopy text of songs; typescript pages with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
74.26Typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
74.27Typescript pages with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
56.8Holograph rewrite pages, nd
box-folder
56.9Holograph script notes and holograph, typescript, and faxed typescript rewrite pages, March and April 1994.
With letter from Stoppard to Andrew Lloyd Webber and Trevor Nunn, nd
box-folder
56.10Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions, 15-17 March, 26 April, 4 May.
With song lists and breakdown, nd
box-folder
56.11Photocopy typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
57.1Photocopy typescript draft, with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages. With holograph pages of notes and rewrites, 20 and 22 April 1994, nd
box-folder
57.2Holograph, photocopy typescript, and faxed typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions, Feb.-April 1994.
With "Trevor breakdown," nd
box-folder
57.3Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragments, with holograph insert and rewrite pages, 9 Feb.-4 May 1994.
With correspondence between Stoppard and Andrew Lloyd Webber, Steven Spielberg, Kenneth Ewing, and Anthony Jones re. script, Feb., April, May, and July 1994; list of songs, nd; and "Trevor breakdown," nd
box-folder
57.4Preliminary Draft, photocopy typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, 5 April 1994
box-folder
75.1Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd; Stoppard's faxed holograph rewrite pages, 11 April 1994; and typescript pages incorporating the revisions and with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
75.2Typescript draft, nd
box-folder
57.5Photocopy typescript draft with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages, 14 and 15 April 1994, nd
box-folder
75.3Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions by Stoppard, 18 April 1994
box-folder
75.4-5Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
75.6Composite typescript draft, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
75.7Faxes of holograph pages, 27 April 1994
box-folder
75.8Holograph title page, 29 April 1994
box-folder
75.9"First Draft," typescript pages, 29 April 1994.
With holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
75.10-11"First Draft," typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
Two copies
With holograph revisions, nd.
box-folder
75.12-15"First Draft," Stoppard's and his secretary's copies of typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
With Stoppard's phoned and faxed revisions, nd
box-folder
76.1-2Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
76.3-5"First Draft," typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
Three copies, two bound.
box-folder
76.6"First Draft," typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
With holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand
box-folder
76.7Typescript pages, nd
box-folder
76.8Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
76.9Typescript page, nd
box-folder
57.6First Draft, photocopy typescript, 29 April 1994.
With faxed typescript rewrite pages, 5 April 1994
box-folder
57.7Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
57.8Photocopy typescript, with a few holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
57.9First Draft, typescript, 1 May 1994.
With typescript rewrite pages, nd
box-folder
58.1First Draft, typescript, with holograph revisions, 1 May 1994
box-folder
58.2Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd
box-folder
76.10Typescript revision pages and memo from Stoppard to Lloyd Webber, 4 May 1994
box-folder
76.11"Second Draft," composite typescript draft, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and with faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 8 June 1994
box-folder
76.12Typescript fragment with holograph memo from Jacky Matthews to Sarah, nd
box-folder
58.3Photocopy and faxes typescript, with holograph revisions, 7 June 1994, nd.
With additional photocopy typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
58.4Second Draft, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, 12 June 1994
box-folder
76.13Faxes of typescript and holograph pages, 27 and 29 July 1994
box-folder
76.14Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and fax of holograph revision page, 3 Aug. 1994
box-folder
76.15Faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 3 Aug. 1994
box-folder
58.5-6Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and insert pages, 5 and 6 Aug. 1994.
With additional "dead" photocopy typescript draft fragments, nd, and holograph rewrite pages, Feb., March, July, and Aug. 1994. On some versos: photocopy pages of unidentified book and photocopy typescript list of Arcadia script revisions, nd]
box-folder
76.16Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 10 and 11 Aug. 1994
box-folder
58.7Third Draft, photocopy and faxed typescript, with holograph revisions, Aug. 1994
box-folder
58.8Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
59.1Third Draft, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Aug. 1994
box-folder
59.2Holograph script notes, 19 Aug. and 16 Sept. 1994; faxed typescript outline for revisions for third draft, 14 Sept. 1994; faxed memo re. script timing, 4 Oct., and faxed memos re. third draft, 26 Aug. 1994
box-folder
59.3Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages, 1 and 3 Oct. 1994, nd
box-folder
76.17Faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 4 and 5 Oct. 1994
box-folder
59.4Incomplete faxed typescript, with holograph revisions, 5 Oct. 1994
box-folder
59.5Revised Third Draft, typescript, with holograph revisions, Oct. 1994
box-folder
77.1Typescript fragment with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
77.2Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
77.3Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
77.4Typescript song list, with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
77.5-6Typescript and holograph pages with holograph revisions, with memo from Stoppard to Jacky Matthews, [27 Dec. 1994]
box-folder
77.7Typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
77.8Faxes of typescript pages, 30 Dec. 1994
box-folder
77.9Composite typescript and faxed typescript pages, with holograph revisions, 31 Dec. 1994 and 2 Jan. 1995
box-folder
77.10Bound typescript with holograph corrections, 2 Jan. 1995 and with memo to K., 30 May
box-folder
77.11Notes and correspondence, 5 April-23 Dec. 1994, nd
Chaplin [Charlie] --Revision of screenplay by William Boyd II and Bryan Forbes
box-folder
77.12-13Bound photocopy typescript by William Boyd, and duplicate pages, Jan. 1991
box-folder
78.1Bound photocopy typescript by William Boyd, with holograph revisions and notes to Stoppard in unidentified hand, March 1991
box-folder
78.2Typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
78.3Faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 7 March 1991
box-folder
78.4-7Typescript fragments with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
78.8Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
78.9Typescript page with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
78.10Faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions, 20 March 1991
box-folder
78.11Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
78.12Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
78.13Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revision in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
78.14-15Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
78.16Typescript fragment with holograph revisions, March 1991
box-folder
78.17Faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions, 28 March 1991
box-folder
79.1Typescript fragment, March 1991
[with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd]
box-folder
79.2-3Typescript fragments, with duplicate pages, nd
box-folder
79.4Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
79.5Correspondence, Dec. 1990-April 1991.
With Rosencrantz & Guildenstern typescript on versos of some pages
Dalliance --Adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's Liebelie
Stage play
box-folder
79.6Photocopy of printed text of "The Prologue to Anatol" ( "Yesterday and To-day") and Playing with Love (Liebelie)
box-folder
79.7Literal translation of Liebelie by Anthony Vivis, photocopy typescript with holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
box-folder
79.8Mimeo typescript, Jan. 1986
box-folder
3.8Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
79.9Mimeo typescript, with typescript and holograph revisions, March 1986
box-folder
79.10Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, March 1986
box-folder
3.9Typescript, with typescript and holograph revisions, March 1986
box-folder
4.1Photocopy and original typescript draft fragments, nd
box-folder
79.11Photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
79.12"As Sent to Faber 6 Oct. 1986," typescript with typescript and holograph revisions, in ringed binder
box-folder
79.13Bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
box-folder
79.14Holograph and typescript song lyrics for "The False Hussar," 15 and 21 April 1986, nd
box-folder
79.15Photocopy typescript cast list for Lyttelton Theatre production with holograph notations re. gifts sent, May 1986
box-folder
79.16Programs, 1986, 1987
Mounted poster: National Theatre, London, 1986
(Oversize Folder 7)
box-folder
80.1Articles and reviews, 1986
box-folder
80.2Correspondence, 1986-87
Dalliance and Undiscovered Country --Book
box-folder
80.3-4Typesetting copy--composite photocopy of typescript with typescript and holograph revisions and photocopy page proofs, cut and pasted to versos of photocopy proofs of Donald Mitchell's Gustav Mahler, all with holograph printer's marks, nd
box-folder
4.2Photocopy of corrected page proofs, [1986]
Despair --Screenplay adaptation of the book by Vladimir Nabokov
box-folder
4.3Holograph draft, Aug. 1976-March 1977
box-folder
4.4Thermofax typescript with typescript revision pages and additional thermofax typescript draft fragments, Nov. 1976.
With thermofax letter from Stoppard to Helmut Krapp, 25 Nov. 1976
box-folder
4.5Photocopy typescript screenplay, with holograph corrections, bound, nd
box-folder
4.6Thermofax and original typescript insert and revision pages, March-April 1977.
With thermofax letter from Stoppard to Peter Märthesheimer and Rainer Fassbinder, 7 March 1977
box-folder
4.7Articles and reviews, 1978
box-folder
4.8Correspondence, 1976-78
box-folder
80.5Correspondence, 1992-93
Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land
Stage play
box-folder
4.9Holograph and typescript drafts, Jan.-March 1976
box-folder
5.1Holograph and typescript drafts
box-folder
5.2[Maddie Sees It Through], carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
5.3[Maddie Sees It Through], carbon typescript of Dirty Linen, with typescript and holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
5.4[Maddie Sees It Through], photocopy of corrected typescript of Dirty Linen, nd
box-folder
5.5Photocopy of corrected typescript of Dirty Linen, with additional holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
80.6French program containing text of play, Nov. 1976
box-folder
5.6Programs and production photographs, 1976-79
Poster: Kennedy Center
(copy one of two, Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
Almost Free Theatre, 1976
(Oversize Box 3)
Barcelona, Spain, nd
(Oversize Box 3)
box-folder
80.7Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1976-77
box-folder
5.7Articles and reviews, 1977
box-folder
80.8Postmark cancellation, 1979
box-folder
5.8French translation by Claude Etienne, photocopy typescript, bound, nd
The Dissolution of Dominic Boot
Radio play
box-folder
5.9Photocopy typescript, 1978
box-folder
80.9Photocopy of typescript with holograph notations, nd
box-folder
66.18Script as broadcast for Just Before Midnight No. 37, mimeograph typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Teleplay (as The Engagement)
box-folder
5.10"First Draft," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd
box-folder
5.11Typescript scene outline and typescript insert pages, nd
box-folder
66.19Photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
80.10Reviews, 1970
Doctor Masopust, I Presume --Episode One of radio serial "Tales of Doctor Masopust," by Gordon M. Williams and Tom Stoppard
box-folder
80.11Mimeo of typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
80.12Mimeo of typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
[With mimeo typescript synopsis of serial premise, nd]
box-folder
80.13Mimeo of typescript with holograph revisions
box-folder
80.14Correspondence, 1973
The Dog It Was That Died [Goodbye Again]
Radio Play
box-folder
59.6"First version of The Dog It Was That Died," photocopy typescript, bound, Aug. 1982
box-folder
80.15Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, 16-18 Oct. 1982, nd.
With photocopy of partially revised typescript
box-folder
80.16Bound mimeo typescript with holograph revisions, notes, and notations, Oct. 1982
box-folder
80.17Articles and reviews, nd
Sony Radio Award certificate, 1983
(Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
The Giles Cooper Award certificate, 1992
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
Teleplay
box-folder
80.18"Master Copy," typescript with typescript revisions taped in, nd
box-folder
81.1Photocopy typescript with holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
81.2Bound photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
81.3Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
81.4Composite original and photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, Oct. 1987
box-folder
81.5Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, Oct. 1987
box-folder
81.6Photocopy typescript page with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
81.7Photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
81.8Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
81.9Composite original and photocopy typescript draft, with holograph revisions and taped-in typescript revisions, April 1988
box-folder
81.10Photocopy typescript production material and script, with holograph revisions, May 1988
box-folder
81.11Film schedule, 4 May 1988
box-folder
81.12Correspondence, 1982-94
The Dog It Was That Died, and Other Plays --Omnibus
box-folder
5.12Photocopy page proofs, with holograph corrections, Aug. 1983
[Faber and Faber 1983 edition]
box-folder
81.13Photocopy page proofs, 1983
Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth --Double-bill of one-act plays; Dogg's Hamlet is based on Dogg's Our Pet and Fifteen-Minute Hamlet [ Fifteen-Minute Dogg's Troupe Hamlet]
Stage play
box-folder
5.13-14Holograph draft, primarily of Cahoot's Macbeth, with some typescript pages, Dec. 1978-July 1979
box-folder
6.1Photocopy typescript of Dogg's Hamlet, with holograph revisions, May 1979
box-folder
6.2Photocopy typescript of Cahoot's Macbeth, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
6.3Stage manager's script of Cahoot's Macbeth, photocopy of corrected typescript with light and sound cues, with additional holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
6.4Various photocopy typescript fragments, some with holograph revisions, July [1976], nd
box-folder
6.5Programs, 1978-79
box-folder
82.1Program for Mackoon's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth
[rewrite for San Diego production]
Mounted poster: Bangalore, India, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
box-folder
82.2Articles and reviews, nd
box-folder
6.6Correspondence and publicity material, Aug.-Oct. 1979
box-folder
82.3Correspondence, 1990-91
box-folder
82.4Correspondence for Mackoon's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth
Book
box-folder
6.7Printed copy of Inter-Action 1979 edition, with holograph revisions and notes to printer for use as Faber and Faber 1979 edition. With additional original and photocopy typescript pages, with holograph revisions and notes to printer, nd
box-folder
6.8Page proofs, Faber and Faber 1979 edition
(Oversize Box 7)
box-folder
6.9Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1980 edition
box-folder
82.5Flyer for booksigning, nd
box-folder
82.6Bound typescript of Icelandic translation by Gudjón Olafsson, [1990]
Dogg's Our Pet
Stage play
box-folder
6.10Photocopy of corrected typescript, 1971
box-folder
6.11Photocopy of corrected typescript, nd
box-folder
82.7Mimeo typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
[With typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd]
Diary notes
(see Galileo notebook, Folder 84.15)
box-folder
6.12Programs, 1972
box-folder
82.8Flyer, 1971
box-folder
82.9"Misc. cuttings," articles and reviews, 1971-72
box-folder
82.10Correspondence, 1972
Book
box-folder
6.13Photocopy page proofs, two sets, [1971]
box-folder
66.20"Filmstrip," photocopy typescript, nd
Empire of the Sun --Screenplay adaptation of the book by J. G. Ballard
box-folder
8.8Research photographs of Shanghai, nd.
With typescript of Shanghai climate information, nd
Copy of a 1926 map of Shanghai, nd
(Oversize Folder 1)
box-folder
82.11Bound photocopy typescript of detailed film scenario for the book, divided by chapter; outline of scenes by chapter; and descriptions of characters, with sample dialogue. With one page of holograph notes by Stoppard, nd
box-folder
6.14Photocopy typescript, bound, [June 1985]
box-folder
6.15Holograph draft, Oct. 1985.
With holograph notes, June 1985, nd
box-folder
6.16Holograph drafts, June 1985-March 1987, nd
With typescript outline, nd
box-folder
7.1Typescript draft, nd
box-folder
7.2Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
box-folder
7.3Holograph notes on screenplay changes for preceding bound photocopy typescript
box-folder
7.4Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
box-folder
82.12Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
82.13Original and photocopy typescript fragments with holograph and taped-in typescript revisions, [1986]
box-folder
7.5"First Draft," incomplete typescript draft, 17 Jan. 1986
Pages missing from this version were incorporated into the succeeding draft
box-folder
7.6Typescript, nd
Incorporates pages from 17 Jan. 1986 typescript
box-folder
7.7"Corrected odd pages Second Draft 23-5-86," photocopy typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions
box-folder
7.8"2nd Draft," photocopy typescript, bound, May 1986
box-folder
82.14Second Draft, bound photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
82.15Third Draft by Stoppard and Menno Meyjes, bound photocopy typescript, 11 July 1986, with photocopy typescript revision page inserts, 15 July 1986, and holograph notations, nd
box-folder
8.1"Revised 3rd Draft," photocopy typescript, bound, Sept. 1986
box-folder
83.1Photocopy typescript revision pages, some with holograph revisions or notations, 2 Feb.-28 March 1987
box-folder
83.2The Camp Section, photocopy typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 2 and 26 Feb., 31 March 1987
box-folder
83.3The Camp Section, photocopy typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 2 and 26 Feb., 31 March 1987.
With duplicates, earlier, and later versions of some pages
box-folder
83.4"The Camp Section, Original text 1/4/87," photocopy and original typescript fragment of 2 Feb. 1987 shooting script, with typescript revisions taped in, 31 March 1987. With typescript memo from Stoppard to Steven Spielberg, 1 April 1987
box-folder
83.5"The Camp Section," incomplete photocopy typescript fragment, 2 and 26 Feb., 31 March 1987
With holograph revisions and notes. With duplicates of some pages
box-folder
8.2"Revised 4th Draft-Shooting Script," composite photocopy and original typescript draft, with holograph corrections, Feb.-April 1987.
With photocopy memo from Steven Spielberg to "All Concerned," 27 Feb. 1987
box-folder
8.3Revisions and memos from Stoppard to Spielberg regarding Revised 4th Draft. Photocopy typescripts, with holograph corrections, Feb.-May 1987
box-folder
83.6Typescript notes, 23 May 1986, nd; and memos to Steven Spielberg, 23 March-2 April 1987
box-folder
8.4"Additions-Jerez, May 87," holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages for Revised 4th Draft, 20 May 1987
box-folder
8.5-6Correspondence re. script revisions, writing credits, and production, 1985-87
box-folder
8.7Correspondence re. travel and reimbursement, 1985-87
box-folder
83.10Correspondence, 1987-93
box-folder
8.9Photographs, July 1987, nd
Negatives
(RESTRICTED)
box-folder
83.7Photograph of Steven Spielberg and Christian Bale, nd
box-folder
83.8Publicity brochure, nd, and name badge, 19 May 1987
box-folder
83.9Articles and reviews, 1987-88
The Engagement (see teleplay of The Dissolution of Dominic Boot)
Enigma --Screenplay adaptation of the 1995 novel by Robert Harris
box-folder
83.11Memo from Anthony Jones to Stoppard, 1 Feb. 1996
Enter a Free Man [ A Walk on the Water] [ Preservation of George Riley]
Teleplay
box-folder
67.1Camera Script, stamped "Final Draft Script," mimeograph typescript, 1963
box-folder
84.1Reviews, nd
Radio Play
box-folder
67.2Mimeograph typescript, with holograph revisions in an unknown hand, 1965
Stage play
box-folder
9.1Holograph draft fragments and printed fragment, nd
box-folder
83.12"The Preservation of George Riley," bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
67.3Composite photocopy, carbon, and original typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
9.2Programs, 1974
box-folder
83.13Programs, 1968, 1990, 1992, nd
box-folder
83.14-15Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1968, 1970
box-folder
83.16"Foreign Language Cuttings" [articles and reviews], 1964-1969
Book
box-folder
84.2Incomplete page proofs, 1968
box-folder
9.3"Der Spleen Des George Riley"--German translation, [teleplay] shooting schedule, photocopy typescript, 1982.
With letter from George Galitzine, 14 June 1982
box-folder
84.3Folder label of German translation by Gustav Frank, nd
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
Stage play
box-folder
9.4-5Holograph and typescript drafts, Oct. 1974-Jan. 1978
box-folder
9.6Carbon typescripts of two drafts, June, July 1976
box-folder
9.7Thermofax of July 1976 typescript, with holograph revisions, March 1977.
With thermofax of letter from Stoppard to Trevor Nunn, nd
box-folder
9.8Typescript with two thermofax copies, March 1977
box-folder
9.9-10Photocopy typescript, bound, 4 copies, March 1977
box-folder
9.11Stage manager's script. Photocopy typescript with light and sound cues, March 1977
box-folder
84.4Bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, [1986]
box-folder
9.12Programs and production photograph, 1977-81
box-folder
84.5Audio cassette tape, 1978
box-folder
84.6Photocopy of Moody Blues album cover, nd
box-folder
84.7Flyers and programs, 1977-78
box-folder
10.1Articles and reviews, 1976-78
box-folder
84.8Articles and reviews, 1977-79
Mounted posters:
Ro Theater, Rotterdam, Holland, 1979
(Oversize Folder 2)
John Player Centenary Festival, 1977
(Oversize Folder 6)
National Theatre, Norway, 1979
(Oversize Box 3)
Pact Drama, Johannesburg, 1986
(Oversize Box 4)
Book
box-folder
10.2Introduction to Faber and Faber 1978 edition, typescript with holograph instructions to printer, 19 Oct. 1977
box-folder
10.3La Musique Adoucit les Moeurs --French adaptation by Guy Dumur, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd, and photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
10.4-5Correspondence and production file, 1976-79
box-folder
84.9Correspondence, 1982-93
With Los Angeles contact sheet, 1986, and RPO rehearsal schedule, 1987
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour [and] Professional Foul --Omnibus
box-folder
10.6Setting copy, photocopy of corrected typescript with instructions to the printer, nd
Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1978 edition
(galley files)
A Far Off Place --Screenplay adaptation of the book by L. van der Post
box-folder
84.10Typescript list of spellings; typescript draft fragments; and typescript "Extract from Testament to the Bushmen" by Laurens van der Post and Jane Taylor, nd
box-folder
43.1Photocopy typescript with holograph notes and revisions, bound, 1 Oct. 1988
box-folder
43.2Photocopy typescript, bound, 1 Dec. 1988
box-folder
84.11Correspondence, 1988-93
The Fifteen-Minute Hamlet [ The Fifteen-Minute Dogg's Troupe Hamlet]--Stage play
Double bill with The Real Inspector Hound, photograph and program, 1992
(see The Real Inspector Hound, Folders 104.16 and 104.17)
box-folder
84.12Puppentheater, Berlin, production by Zlatko Bourek, photographs, 1987; Tschechow program, 1988
Mounted poster: Zlatko Bourek's puppet production at Teatar & TD, Zagreb, Croatia, nd
(Oversize Folder 3)
box-folder
84.13Bound typescript of Icelandic translation by Gudjón Olafsson, nd
box-folder
59.7Tom Stoppard's 15 Minute Hamlet --Screenplay adaptation by Todd Louiso, photocopy typescript, bound, 1994
Four Plays for Radio --Omnibus
box-folder
10.7Photocopy of corrected page proofs, June 1984
[Faber and Faber 1984 edition]
The Frog Prince --Screenplay based on the short story by John Collier, never produced
box-folder
84.14Youth, Age, & A Frog Prince [short stories by John Collier], bound photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
10.8Incomplete carbon typescript, nd
box-folder
10.9Holograph and carbon typescript drafts, July 1976.
box-folder
10.10Correspondence, 12-26 Aug. 1976
Funny Man--Unproduced teleplay
box-folder
67.4Photocopy typescript, with holograph title page in unknown hand nd,
Galileo --Unproduced screenplay
box-folder
84.15Notebook of holograph research notes, Jan. 1971.
Includes notes for Where Are They Now, Nov. 1969, and diary notes for Dogg's Our Pet, 30 Sept., 12 Nov.-6 Dec. 1971
box-folder
84.16-17Bound photocopy typescript, May 1971.
Two copies, one incomplete
box-folder
43.3Photocopy typescript with some holograph corrections, bound, nd.
With note from Stoppard to Trevor [Nunn]
box-folder
43.4Photocopy typescript with some holograph corrections, bound, nd
box-folder
43.5Photocopy typescript with some holograph corrections, bound, nd
box-folder
85.1Clippings, 1971
box-folder
85.2[Life of Galileo], screenplay by Barbara Bray and Joseph Losey, based on the 1947 Charles Laughton film version of the play by Bertolt Brecht. Photocopy typescript draft with holograph revisions in unidentified hand; photocopies of drawings by John Hubley, typescript excerpts of Brecht's notes, set design, typescript list of props, actors, costumes, sound, and set requirements by sequence, typescript notes by Losey, and typescript extracts from Losey's "L'Oeil du Maitre." 20 June 1974
box-folder
59.8Letter from Stoppard to Michael___, 13 June
The Gamblers --Stage play
box-folder
10.11Typescript synopsis, nd
box-folder
10.12Holograph notes, nd
box-folder
10.13Holograph draft, nd
box-folder
10.14Incomplete carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
67.5Incomplete photocopy typescript, [1960]
box-folder
85.3Review clipping, 1965
box-folder
85.4[The Grapefruit Millionaire], holograph pages, Oct. 1974-Jan. 1975
Hapgood
Stage play
box-folder
85.5Holograph notes, 22 April 1986
box-folder
11.1-3Holograph drafts, July 1986-Nov. 1987
box-folder
11.4Holograph and photocopy holograph drafts, Nov.-Dec. 1986
box-folder
11.5-7Holograph draft, Sept.-Nov. 1986, Nov. 1987
box-folder
12.1Photocopy typescript draft fragments, nd
box-folder
12.2Incomplete photocopy typescript, Dec. 1986.
With photocopy letter from Jill Beck to Jacky Matthews, 20 Nov. 1986
box-folder
12.3Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1987
box-folder
85.6-9Bound photocopy typescript draft, Jan. 1987.
Four copies, one incomplete and with a holograph correction
box-folder
85.10Bound photocopy typescript, Jan. 1987, with holograph revisions, October 1987
box-folder
86.1-3Original and photocopy typescript fragments with holograph revisions, Oct.-Nov. 1987, nd
box-folder
12.4Composite original and photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, Nov. 1987
box-folder
12.5Incomplete photocopy typescript, Nov. 1987
box-folder
12.6Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Nov. 1987
box-folder
59.9Photocopy typescript, bound, Nov. 1987
box-folder
12.7Photocopy typescript, bound. With cast list, nd
box-folder
13.1Original and photocopy typescript revision pages, Sept. 1986, March 1988
box-folder
13.2-3Photocopy and original typescript and holograph revision pages and draft sections, 1986-88
box-folder
59.10Photocopy typescript, with some holograph corrections, bound, 1988
box-folder
13.4Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1989
box-folder
59.11Holograph draft pages and notes, Nov.-Dec. 1993
box-folder
86.4Typescript draft with holograph revisions and insert pages, 16 March 1994, nd
box-folder
59.12Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd.
[With additional faxed typescript pages, 22 March 1994]
box-folder
86.5Faxes of holograph and typescript pages with holograph revisions, 24 March 1994
box-folder
60.1Holograph, photocopy typescript, and faxed typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions, March 1994
box-folder
60.2Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
60.3Photocopy typescript, nd, with holograph revisions and insert pages, 16 March 1994.
[On verso of insert page: holograph Cats notes, nd]
box-folder
86.6Photocopy typescript pages with holograph corrections in unidentified hand; faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 29 March 1994, nd
box-folder
60.4Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, 1 April 1994
box-folder
60.5"New York" typescript, 14 Oct. 1994
[with holograph revisions, nd, and faxed and photocopy typescript insert pages, 30 Oct., 5 Nov. 1994]
box-folder
60.6Photocopy typescript, 14 Oct. 1994, with photocopy typescript insert pages, 30 Oct. 1994, and holograph revisions, nd, bound. With additional rewrite pages, 30 Oct., 5 Nov., 17 Nov. 1994
box-folder
86.7Photocopy typescript, 26 Nov. 1994
Holograph notes, nd
(see Hopeful Monsters notes, Folder 90.3)
box-folder
86.8Typescript pages, nd
box-folder
60.7"A Matter of Metaphor" [introduction for Lincoln Center Theatre program], faxed typescript and typescript page proof, both with holography revisions, 20 Sept. 1994, nd
box-folder
60.8Theatre programs, Wimbledon Theatre and Aldwych Theatre, 1988
box-folder
86.9Programs, flyers
Posters:
A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle production, nd
(Oversize Folder 5)
Aldwych Theatre, London, signed by Stoppard, nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
box-folder
43.6Rehearsal photograph of Stoppard with Felicity Kendal and Nigel Hawthorne, nd
box-folder
60.9Rehearsal photographs, London production
Negatives
(RESTRICTED)
box-folder
86.10Rehearsal photographs, London production, [1988]
Negatives
(RESTRICTED)
box-folder
13.5Articles and reviews, March-Sept. 1988
box-folder
86.11Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1988-90
box-folder
13.6-7Correspondence, Oct. 1986-Sept. 1988
box-folder
13.8Teacher's handbook, by Jonathan Marks, Jack Sharrar, and Barry Kraft, printed and bound, [1988]
Screenplay ( "Abandoned")
box-folder
86.12Original and faxes of holograph and typescript draft fragments, Nov. 1995-Jan. 1996
Book
box-folder
87.1Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions, May 1988
box-folder
13.9Photocopy of corrected page proofs, Faber and Faber 1988 edition
box-folder
87.2Printed Faber and Faber 1988 edition with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
87.3Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions, 1994
box-folder
61.1Photocopy of printed text, nd.
With note from Angie of Peters Fraser and Dunlop to Jacky Matthews, nd
box-folder
87.4Correspondence, 1988-96.
With compilation of quotations for American Conservatory Theater production, Leeds stage drawings, cast lists, and tour schedule.
Happy & Glorious: Celebrating Forty Years --Prologue by Stoppard, to be spoken by Sir John Gielgud, never performed due to death of Martin Tickner.
box-folder
43.7Holograph, typescript, and faxed typescript drafts, Nov. 1992.
With letter from Gwen Watford to Stoppard, 1 Dec. 1992
Hendrick's America --Proposed teleplay, never produced
box-folder
13.10Carbon typescript proposal, nd.
With letter from John Flaxman of Media Productions Co., 7 Jan. 1974
Higg and Cogg --Stage play
box-folder
13.11Typescript, nd
Hopeful Monsters --Screenplay adaptation of the book by Nicholas Mosley
box-folder
43.8Holograph revision pages and outline, 18-31 May, 1-17 June 1993
box-folder
43.9Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, 29 July, 6-14 August 1993, nd.
On versos: Merry Widow typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 14 June 1993
box-folder
61.2-3Holograph research notes, script notes, and rewrite pages, Jan.-Nov. 1993.
With letter from Stoppard to the London Library, 21 Jan. 1994, and reply from the Library, nd
box-folder
61.6Photocopy typescript, with few holograph notations, bound, 20 Aug. 1993
box-folder
44.1Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, nd.
With holograph note from Stoppard to secretary, nd
box-folder
61.4Holograph rewrite page, nd
box-folder
61.5Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
44.2-3Original and faxzed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, 20-31 June, 22-31 July, 1-7 Aug. 1993, nd.
On versos: Arcadia holograph draft fragments, nd, and Merry Widow typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
44.4Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 6 Aug. 1993, nd
box-folder
44.5Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 13 Aug. 1993, nd
box-folder
44.6Incomplete original and faxed typescript with holograph revisions, 17 Aug. 1993, nd
box-folder
44.7Incomplete typescript draft, fragments, and holograph revision pages, with holograph notes from Stoppard to secretary, 24-28 July, 1-30 Aug., 1 Sept. 1993, nd.
On versos: Merry Widow typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions and holograph revision pages, nd
(1 of 2)
box-folder
45.1Incomplete typescript draft
(2 of 2)
box-folder
45.2Unfinished typescript with holograph revisions, bound, 20 Aug. 1993
box-folder
45.3Original and faxed typescript fragments with a few holograph corrections, 24 Sept., 3 and 8 Nov. 1993, nd; and holograph revision pages, 1-22 Sept. and 6-24 Oct. 1993
box-folder
45.4-5Incomplete original and faxed typescript with holograph revisions, Oct. 1993, nd
box-folder
45.6-7Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, holograph revision pages, diary sheet, and holograph outline, 16-31 June, 2-9 July, 9 Nov. 1993, nd
box-folder
46.1Original and faxed typescript draft with holograph revisions, 5 and 8 Nov. 1993, nd
box-folder
46.2Incomplete typescript with a few holograph corrections, nd
box-folder
87.5Bound typescript, Nov. 1993
box-folder
46.3Typescript with holograph revisions, bound, 22 Nov. 1993
box-folder
87.6Bound photocopy typescript with holograph notes in unidentified hand, 22 Nov. 1993
box-folder
87.7Bound typescript with holograph notations, 22 Nov. 1993
box-folder
88.1Incomplete photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, 22 Nov. 1993
Typescript page (see "Arcadia Script Variations," Folder 70.5)
box-folder
46.4Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, 2-31 Oct., 1-22 Nov. 1993, nd.
[With holograph note from Stoppard to Jeremy ___]
box-folder
88.2-4Holograph revision pages; photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, 5 April-3 May 1995, nd.
On versos of some holograph pages: rejected photocopy typescript pages, nd; holograph and faxed typescript of programmed telephone numbers, 18 April 1995,nd; diary sheets, 14 and 21 April, 5 May 1995; holograph draft of tribute to Andre Previn, nd; holograph draft of invitation, nd; holograph notes to Spatz and Robert, nd; faxed copy of Giles Croft party invitation, 5 May 1995; and holograph notes, Oct. 1995
box-folder
88.5Incomplete composite draft of photocopy original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions and insert pages, 12 May 1995, nd
box-folder
88.6Holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, nd; composite fragment of holograph and photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd.
[On versos: typescript of programmed telephone numbers, nd; holograph notes, 28 and 30 April, 1 and 10 May 1995, 7 Dec., nd; holograph Indian Ink fragment, nd; holograph note to Robert, nd; holograph note to Mr. McCourt, 22 May [1995]]
box-folder
88.7Composite fragment of faxes of holograph and typescript pages with holograph revisions, 22-23 May 1995.
With the originals of the holograph pages
box-folder
88.8Composite holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
89.1Composite photocopy original and faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 24 May 1995, nd
box-folder
89.2Photocopy faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 25 May 1995
box-folder
89.3Typescript with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd
box-folder
89.4Typescript fragment with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, nd
box-folder
89.5Photocopy typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
89.6Incomplete typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 19 Aug. 1995
box-folder
89.7Discarded holograph insert pages, nd.
On versos: photocopy typescript page; photocopy typescript pages of unidentified work in French
box-folder
89.8Typescript fragment with holograph revisions and insert pages, 20 Aug. and 5 Sept. 1995.
On versos: photocopy typescript pages of unidentified work in French, nd; holograph page of Invention of Love, 17 July 1995; holograph letters to Jill Evans and David___, nd; holograph page of Indian Ink, nd.
Some missing pages were incorporated into Sept. 12 draft
box-folder
89.9Typescript fragment with holograph revisions and incorporating pages from earlier draft, 12 Sept. 1995
box-folder
89.10Holograph revision pages, nd
box-folder
89.11Composite holograph and photocopy and original typescript fragment with holograph revisions.
On versos: holograph page of Invention of Love, nd; unidentified holograph notes, nd; and faxed National Theatre publicity draft, 19 Sept. 1995
box-folder
89.12Typescript with holograph revisions, 26 Sept. 1995
box-folder
90.1Typescript with holograph revisions and insert pages, 16 Oct. 1995
box-folder
90.2"Final," photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, 16 Oct. 1995
box-folder
90.3Holograph notes, 1993-95, nd.
On versos: holograph notes on Hapgood, nd; typescript letter to Ian Carrington, 27 April 1995
box-folder
90.4Notebook containing notes from meetings with Kathleen Kennedy and Hugh Hudson, Aug. and 3 Sept. 1995.
With notes re. Indian Ink and notes re. card scheme.
With pages of holograph notes, 19 Aug. 1995, nd
box-folder
46.5Correspondence, 26 May 1993-24 Jan. 1994
box-folder
90.5-6Correspondence, 1993-96
The House of Bernarda Alba --Stage play, based on the play by Federico Garcia Lorca
box-folder
90.7Typescript [literal] translation with holograph revisions in Stoppard's hand and others', nd
box-folder
90.8Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions and Greenwich Theatre technical production notes in unidentified hand, nd
box-folder
90.9-10Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, Sept. 1973.
With photocopy note to Bill Ball, nd.
Two copies
box-folder
14.1Program, 1973
box-folder
90.11Flyer, nd
How Sir Dudley Lost the Empire --Teleplay
box-folder
67.6First Draft, photocopy of typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
The Human Factor --Screenplay adaptation of the book by Graham Greene
box-folder
14.2"First Draft, 1st Aug. 1978, Copy No. 4," photocopy of corrected typescript, bound
box-folder
14.3"Second Draft, 25 August 1978," thermofax typescript
box-folder
14.4[Second Draft], thermofax typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
14.5Photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
14.6Photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections by Otto Preminger, bound, [1978]
box-folder
14.7Memos and revision pages. Typescripts and thermofax typescripts, 1978, 1979, nd
box-folder
14.8Articles and reviews, 1978
box-folder
91.1Article, 1980
box-folder
14.9Correspondence, 1979
I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby --Teleplay, never produced
box-folder
14.10Holograph and typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions, nd
If You're Glad I'll Be Frank--Radio Play (see also Albert's Bridge double-bill)
box-folder
67.7Typescript page with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
67.8Mimeograph typescript, 1966
box-folder
67.9Mimeograph typescript, with holograph revisions in an unknown hand, 1966
In the Native State
Radio play
box-folder
91.2Incomplete typescript, nd
box-folder
91.3Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
61.7Holograph draft pages, April 1987, May 1988-Oct. 1990
box-folder
14.11Holograph draft, Jan. 1989-Oct. 1990
box-folder
15.1-2Holograph draft (continued)
box-folder
15.3Incomplete typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With additional holograph and typescript draft fragments, nd
box-folder
91.4Fax of typescript page with holograph notations, 16 Oct. 1990
box-folder
91.5Composite fragment of original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 16 Oct. 1990, nd
box-folder
91.6Typescript fragments with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
91.7Typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
46.6Photocopy typescript, bound, Oct. 1990
box-folder
61.8-9Photocopy typescript, bound, Oct. 1990
(2 copies)
box-folder
91.8Bound typescript, Oct. 1990
box-folder
91.9Bound photocopy typescript, Oct. 1990.
With holograph revisions, [Jan. 1991]
box-folder
46.7Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
91.10Photographs, [1991]
box-folder
91.11Articles and reviews, including whole issue of Radio Times, April 1991
box-folder
91.12Articles and reviews, April 1991.
With enclosure letter from John Tydeman, 30 May 1991, fan mail received by Tydeman, April 1991, and BBC listening panel report, 16 May 1991
The Giles Cooper Award certificate, 1991
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
Sony Radio Awards certificate, 1992
(Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
box-folder
91.13Correspondence, 1990-94
box-folder
91.14Typescript blurb with holograph revisions, nd
Book
box-folder
46.8Printed copy of 1991 Faber and Faber edition, with extensive holograph revisions
Indian Ink --based on In the Native State
Stage Play
box-folder
47.1Typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, faxed and holograph revision pages, holograph outlines, and holograph notes, 6 Sept., 12-22 Nov., 4-31 Dec. 1992, 1 Jan. 1993, nd
box-folder
47.2Original and faxed typescript draft fragment with holograph revisions, 23 and 28 Dec. 1992, Jan. 1993
box-folder
47.3Typescript draft fragment with holograph revisions, typescript draft with holograph revisions, revision pages, and outlines, 22 Nov., 30 Dec. 1992, 2-3 Jan. 1993, nd
box-folder
47.4Typescript of Act One, nd
box-folder
47.5Typescript with holograph revisions, Jan./Feb. 1993
box-folder
47.6Typescript draft fragment, nd
box-folder
47.7Original and faxed typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, outlines, and notes for Stoppard's address at memorial service for Richard Imison, 18 Aug., 10 and 31 Dec. 1992, 2-13 Jan., 23-30 April, 1-5 May 1993.
With postcard from Frank [Pike] to Stoppard, nd
box-folder
47.8Thermofaxes of draft fragments with holograph revisions, nd, and typescript draft fragment, nd
box-folder
47.9Typescript, nd.
With typescript fragments of pp. 64-67, nd
box-folder
47.10Typescript, nd
box-folder
47.11Faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 3 and 4 May 1993.
With postcard with revision notes and note to Stoppard from B[arnaby Stoppard], nd
box-folder
48.1Typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
48.2Typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
48.3Photocopy faxed revision pages, 12 May 1993
box-folder
48.4Typescript with holograph corrections [by Jacky Matthews] and photocopy faxed holograph and typescript revision pages, 12 and 13 May 1993, nd.
With photocopy faxed note from Stoppard to [Matthews], 13 May 1993, and photocopy faxed letter from Ginger [Montel] of Iron Mountain Productions to Matthews, 15 Jan. 1993
box-folder
48.5Typescript with holograph revisions and notes to secretary, and holograph revision pages and outlines, 8 Aug. and 4 Dec. 1992, 22 and 30 April, 2-13 May 1993
box-folder
48.6Typescript with holograph revisions, bound, May 1993
box-folder
48.7Typescript pages with holograph revisions, May 1993
box-folder
62.1Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, 17 May 1993.
With holograph insert and rewrite pages, 20-29 Aug.-1 Sept. 1994
box-folder
62.2Typescript and holograph fragments, with holograph revisions, Aug.-Sept. 1994
box-folder
62.3Typescript, nd.
With holograph revisions and holograph and faxed typescript insert pages, 9 Sept. 1994, nd
box-folder
62.4Holograph draft pages, Aug.-Sept. 1994
box-folder
91.15Typescript of Act One, with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd.
With faxes of typescript revision pages with holograph revisions and insert pages by Stoppard, 7 Sept. 1994
box-folder
62.5Holograph insert pages, 8 and 9 Sept. 1994
box-folder
91.16Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd, and faxes of holograph insert pages, 21 Sept. 1994
box-folder
91.17Photocopy typescript of Act Two, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
91.18Photocopy typescript of Act Two, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
92.1Incomplete typescript with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, with faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions and insert pages, 8 and 9 Sept. 1994
box-folder
92.2-3Typescript fragments, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
92.4Typescript with holograph revision in Jacky Matthews' hand, Sept. 1994
box-folder
92.5Faxes of holograph pages, 21 Sept. 1994; typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
92.6Incomplete typescript, nd
box-folder
92.7"Corrected" photocopy typescript fragment, Sept. 1994
box-folder
92.8Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand
box-folder
62.6Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Sept. 1994
box-folder
62.7Photocopy typescript, bound, Sept. 1994
box-folder
62.8Faxed typescript, 4 Nov. 1994,
With holograph revisions, 22 and 23 Nov. 1994, nd
box-folder
62.9-10Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Dec. 1994
box-folder
92.9Typescript fragment with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand. With faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages, 12-13 Dec. 1994
box-folder
92.10Typescript with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd.
With faxes of holograph insert pages with additional revisions [by Matthews], and fax of a typescript page with holograph revisions, 14-15 Dec. 1994
box-folder
92.11"Dead" typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd; typescript pages with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
box-folder
63.1Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Dec. 1994.
With letter from Stoppard to Charles Boyle of Faber and Faber, 23 Jan. 1995, and holograph and photocopy typescript rewrite pages, Aug.-Dec. 1994
box-folder
92.12Incomplete composite draft of originals and photocopies of typescript pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, all with holograph revisions by Stoppard.
With faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 24 Jan. 1995, and with holograph revision pages, nd
box-folder
92.13Holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages, 8, 24 and 25 Jan. 1995, nd
box-folder
92.14Incomplete composite draft of originals and photocopies of typescript pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, Dec. 1994, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, 9 Jan. [1995], nd
box-folder
93.1"Dead" faxes of typescript revision pages, 5 Feb. 1995, nd; typescript and holograph revisions pages, nd
box-folder
93.2Holograph notes, cuts, inserts, and revision pages, 12, 19 and 20 Feb. 1995, nd; typescript revisions, nd; and holograph and typescript notes to Peter Wood and Felicity Kendal, nd
box-folder
93.3Bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, with additional holograph revisions and photocopy holograph pages of cuts and changes by Stoppard, nd
box-folder
93.4Corrected theater program drafts and proofs with related correspondence, 2-8 Feb. 1995; production contact sheets, 22 Dec. 1994, nd; production schedule, 8 Aug. 1995
box-folder
93.5Photographs from National Theatre production, 1996
box-folder
93.6-7Programs, flyers, and ticket stub, 1995
Poster: Aldwych Theatre, London, nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Book
box-folder
93.8Photocopy of page proofs with holograph revisions, with additional holograph revisions and insert pages. With letter from Charles Boyle, 25 Jan. 1995
box-folder
93.9Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions and insert pages. With letters to and from Charles Boyle, 2 Feb. 1995, nd
box-folder
93.10Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions and holograph and photocopy typescript insert pages. With letter from Charles Boyle, 10 May 1995
box-folder
93.11[Changes for Faber & Faber published editions], holograph, original, faxed and photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, 5-22 Feb. 1995, nd.
With dust jacket proof, nd; original and faxed holograph drafts of blurb and biography, 10 Jan. 1995, nd; and memos to Charles Boyle, 10 Jan. 1995, nd
box-folder
93.12Correspondence, 1995, nd
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade --Screenplay by Jeffrey Boam, story by George Lucas, Menno Meyjes, with revisions by Stoppard
box-folder
94.1Typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
94.2Photocopy typescript revision pages, 15 May 1988.
With holograph revision, nd
box-folder
94.3Review, 1989
box-folder
94.4Correspondence, 1988-89
With faxes of automated dialogue replacement, 30 Dec. 1988
Innocent Blood --Screenplay adaptation of the book by P. D. James, never produced
box-folder
15.4Holograph draft, Nov. 1980-dec. 1981, April 1981
box-folder
15.5Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Jan. 1981
box-folder
15.6Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1981
box-folder
63.2Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1981
Invention of Love
Stage play
box-folder
63.3Holograph research notes, nd
box-folder
94.5Holograph draft page, 18 July 1996.
On verso: memo to Juliana, nd
box-folder
94.6Photograph, [1998]
box-folder
94.7Color laser prints of the Wilma Theatre production, Philadelphia, 2000
box-folder
94.8-9Programs, flyer, 1998-99; brochure, 2000
box-folder
94.10Photocopy program, photographs, collage, and reviews of Kassel production, 1998.
With letter from Nicki Stoddart, 23 Nov. 1998
(collage removed to Oversize Box 3)
box-folder
94.11Photocopy reviews and articles of the Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia, production, 2000.
With letter from Damian Sinclair, 28 April 2000
box-folder
94.12Review, 1998
Book
box-folder
94.13Mounted book jacket designs, nd
box-folder
94.14-15Correspondence, 1996-99
box-folder
94.16Bound photocopy typescript of German translation by Frank Günther, nd
Johnny on the Spot --Stage play by Charles MacArthur, with revisions by Stoppard for Richard Eyre
box-folder
63.4Holograph revision pages, nd; cast list, 1994
Jumpers [And Now the Incredible Archibald Jumpers]
Stage play
box-folder
94.17Bound photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
94.18Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
94.19Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, [Dec. 29]
box-folder
94.20Bound photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
67.10Bound photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
95.1Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
95.2"New York Prompt Script, Property Plot, Prop Inventory," thermofax of typescripts with holograph changes and cues, [1974]
box-folder
15.7Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd.
With photocopy typescript Coda, nd, and photocopy holograph draft fragments, 20 Aug. 1976
box-folder
95.3Incomplete photocopy of typescript with typescript and holograph revisions in unidentified hand, [1984]
box-folder
95.4"Forget Yesterday," published sheet music by Marc Wilkerson, words by Stoppard, 1972
box-folder
95.5Reproduction of a drawing by William Hewison, nd
box-folder
15.8Programs, 1973-78
box-folder
63.5Theater program from Paris production, 1993
box-folder
95.6-7Programs and flyers, 1972-1995
Posters:
National Theatre, London, [1972]
(copy one of two, Oversize Folder 5)
Akademietheater, Vienna, 1973
(Oversize Folder 5)
Theatre Tristan Bernard, Paris, nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
National Theatre at the Old Vic, 1972
(copy two of two, Oversize Folder 9)
National Theatre, Lyttleton, [1976]
(Oversize Folder 9)
The Royal Exchange Theatre Company, 1984
(Oversize Folder 9)
Billy Rose Theater, New York, 1974
(Oversize Box 4)
Aldwych Theatre, London, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
Nottingham Playhouse, England, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
box-folder
95.8"Cuttings," articles and reviews, 1972-76, 1984-85
Book
Page proofs on galleys, 1972
(galley files)
box-folder
16.1Photocopy page proofs (Faber and Faber 1986 edition), with holograph corrections, March 1986.
With letter from Jane Robertson, 18 Feb. 1986.
box-folder
95.9Photocopy page proofs with holograph corrections, [1996].
With note from Frank Pike, nd
box-folder
95.10Photocopy page proofs, 1999
box-folder
95.11Correspondence, 1971-95
box-folder
95.12-13Les Acrobates, bound mimeo typescript of French adaptation by Jacques De Decker, nd
Knuckle [ Naked without a Gun] --Unproduced screenplay adaptation of the play by David Hare
box-folder
96.1-4Holograph pages, Nov. 1974-June 1975, nd
box-folder
96.5Carbon typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
96.6Incomplete carbon typescript with holograph revisions, some in unidentified hand, nd
box-folder
96.7Carbon typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
96.8Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
96.9Typescript of revised outline by unknown person, with holograph corrections in unidentified hand, 10 April 1975
box-folder
97.1-2"Old Script and Paper" composite fragment of carbon and photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, and with holograph insert page and typescript notes re. possible endings, nd; holograph pages, April-July 1975.
box-folder
97.3Incomplete carbon typescript with typescript and holograph revisions, some in unidentified hand, nd
box-folder
97.4Typescript fragment with holograph notations in unidentified hand, nd
box-folder
97.5Incomplete composite draft of original, carbon, and mimeo typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
97.6Incomplete composite draft of original, carbon, and photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
16.2Correspondence, 1974-75, nd
Largo Desolato --English version of the work by Václav Havel
Stage play
box-folder
97.7Carbon typescript of English translation by unidentified person, with holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
box-folder
97.8Typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
box-folder
97.9Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
97.10Notes by Stoppard and Jacky Matthews re. errors in typescript, photocopy typescript errata page, nd nd;
box-folder
97.11Bound photocopy typescript with typescript revisions taped in, nd
box-folder
98.1Photocopy typescript, nd
box-folder
16.3Holograph drafts, 28 Jan.-7 Feb. 1985
box-folder
16.4Photocopy of corrected typescript, [Feb. 1985].
With letter from Jacky Matthews to Jill Beck, 25 Feb. 1985
box-folder
16.5Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
box-folder
16.6Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, 8 Sept. 1986
box-folder
98.2Bound photocopy typescript, 9 Sept. 1986, with holograph notes and revisions, nd
box-folder
16.7Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in an unknown hand, nd.
With holograph note from Madeline Puzo to Stoppard, nd
box-folder
98.3Program, nd
box-folder
16.8Correspondence and production file, 13 Dec. 1984- 6 Oct. 1987
Book
box-folder
16.9Photocopy of corrected page proofs with notes to printer, [1986], nd
box-folder
98.4Photocopy of page proofs with holograph printer's corrections and markings, 1986
box-folder
16.10Photocopy page proofs, with holograph revisions, [1987].
With letter from Julia Clark, 27 Feb. 1987
box-folder
63.6Le Dindon --Stage play by Georges Feydeau, with revisions by Stoppard for Peter Hall
Holograph revision pages, [1994]
Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon
Novel
box-folder
16.11Holograph draft fragments, 4 June, nd
box-folder
16.12[Ad Absurdam (sic)], typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph page of notes, nd
box-folder
98.5Typescript with holograph revisions, 1966
box-folder
98.6Dust jacket, nd
box-folder
98.7-8Reviews and advertisement, 1966-68
Screenplay
box-folder
98.9"First Draft," bound photocopy typescript, nd
Love for Three Oranges --English translation of the libretto of the opera Amour des trois oranges by S. Prokofiev, for Glyndebourne Touring Opera
box-folder
16.13Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
17.1Photocopy of corrected typescript, nd
box-folder
98.10Program for Glyndebourne Touring Opera, 1983
"M" Is for "Moon" among Other Things
Short story
Carbon typescript with holograph revisions
(see Pursuit of Happiness, Folder 49.6)
box-folder
67.11Radio Play
Mimeograph and photocopy typescripts, 1964.
box-folder
98.11Review, [1964]
Stage play
box-folder
17.2Articles and reviews, nd
(see also Pursuit of Happiness)
Medicine Man [The Stand] --Revision of the screenplay by Tom Schulman and Sally Robinson
box-folder
98.12-13Two bound photocopy typescripts, Dec. 1990, with holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
box-folder
99.1"Last version Dec. 21," typescript draft, 20 Dec. 1990, with holograph revisions by Stoppard; typescript revision pages with memo from Stoppard to John McTiernan, 24 Jan. 1991
box-folder
99.2Correspondence, 1990-93
Merry Widow --English narration for Franz Lehár's opera, for Glyndebourne Festival Opera
box-folder
48.8Original and faxed typescript drafts with holograph revisions, draft pages, notes, and outlines, 16-28 Jan., 8 and 15 Feb. 1993.
With faxed letter from Sarah Plummer of Glyndebourne Festival Opera to Jacky Matthews, 18 May 1993
(see also Hopeful Monsters versos)
box-folder
63.7Photocopy and faxed typescript drafts, with holograph revisions, 7 and 15 July 1993, nd.
With Glyndebourne Festival Opera program, June-July 1993, and holograph breakdown of acts, nd
box-folder
99.3Article, April 1993
Neutral Ground --Teleplay
box-folder
17.3[The Wound and the Bow], typescript synopsis with letter from Stoppard to Derek Bennett, 15 June 1966, and letter from Bennett to Stoppard, 20 June 1966
box-folder
17.4"First Draft," carbon typescript, nd
box-folder
48.9Camera Script, mimeograph typescript, 18 Nov. 1968
box-folder
67.12-13Carbon and photocopy typescripts, nd
box-folder
99.4Thermograph typescript with holograph markings, nd
box-folder
99.5Carbon typescript, nd
box-folder
99.6Reviews, 1968, 1971
Night and Day
Stage play
box-folder
17.5-8Holograph drafts, Jan.-April 1978
box-folder
17.9Photocopy typescript, bound, May 1978
box-folder
17.10Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, May 1978
box-folder
17.11Thermofax typescript, with holograph corrections, May 1978
box-folder
18.1Holograph, typescript, and thermofax typescript revision pages and draft fragments, Sept.-Dec. 1978
box-folder
18.2Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Dec. 1978
box-folder
18.3Photocopy typescript, bound, Dec. 1978
box-folder
18.4Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
18.5Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Aug.-Nov. 1979
box-folder
99.7Bound mimeo typescript, [ca. Sept. 1979]
box-folder
99.8"Second Draft," bound photocopy typescript with holograph revision, Aug. 1980
box-folder
18.6Programs, 1978-79.
With holograph and typescript production and program notes, nd
box-folder
99.9Programs, flyer, 1979, 1982
Posters: Toronto Free Theatre, Canada, 1982
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
Akademietheater, Vienna, production, 1980
(Oversize Folder 2)
Reims, France, nd
(Oversize Box 3)
box-folder
18.7Articles and reviews, Phoenix Theatre production, Nov. 1978
box-folder
18.8Correspondence, Feb. 1978-July 1979
box-folder
18.9Correspondence re. German production, 10 Jan. 1978-4 April 1979
Screenplay
box-folder
18.10-11Holograph draft, April-May 1980.
With photocopy typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
19.1-2"First Draft," typescript, with holograph revisions, June 1980
Book
Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1978 edition
(galley files)
box-folder
19.3-4Composite typescript, page proofs, and thermofax typescript typesetting copy, Faber and Faber second edition, [1979]
box-folder
19.5Photocopy typesetting copy fragments, Faber and Faber second edition, [1979]
box-folder
19.6Page proofs, Faber and Faber second edition, [1979]
box-folder
19.7Photocopy typescript typesetting copy, with holograph notes to printer, Grove edition, 1979.
With dust-jacket
box-folder
99.10"Text for Samuel French, May 1980," photocopy of typescript pages with technical cues and holograph revisions in unidentified hand, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd; typescript author's note with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
99.11-12"Text for Samuel French, May 1980," composite draft of carbon typescript pages and photocopies of typescript pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand and taped-in typescript revisions, all with holograph revisions by Stoppard
box-folder
100.1Articles and reviews, 1978-80
box-folder
100.2Correspondence, 1982-83
box-folder
19.8German translation by Hilde Spiel, photocopy typescript, bound, [1979]
On the Razzle --Adaptation of Johann Nestroy's Einen Jux will er sich machen
Stage play
box-folder
49.1Translation by Neville & Stephen Plaice, mimeograph typescript, nd
box-folder
49.2Photocopy typescript draft fragment, nd.
[With photocopy of printed text of A Day Well Spent by John Oxenford]
box-folder
20.1Photocopy typescript, bound, Feb. 1981
box-folder
20.2Incomplete photocopy of corrected typescript, Feb. 1981
box-folder
20.3Photocopy of corrected typescript, some revisions in unknown hand, with additional holograph revisions, 1981.
[With cast list, nd]
box-folder
20.4"Rehearsal text for Theatreworks," photocopy typescript, bound, May 1984
box-folder
20.5Holograph and original, carbon, and photocopy typescript memos and evision pages, 1981, nd
box-folder
20.6Program, [1981]
box-folder
100.3-4Programs, 1981-88
Mounted posters:
State Theatre Company, Australia, (Oversize Folder 4) 1985
Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, 1986
(Oversize Folder 4)
Posters:
National Theatre, London, 1981
(Oversize Folder 5)
New Athenaeum Theatre, Glasgow, 1988
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
CentreStage Company, Toronto, Canada, 1983
(Oversize Folder 6)
Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Scotland, 1984
(Oversize Box 4)
box-folder
100.5Reviews, 1981-83
box-folder
100.6Correspondence, 1981-96
Book
Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1981 edition
(galley files)
Page proofs on galleys, 1982
(Oversize Box 7)
box-folder
100.7Photocopy typescript and sheet music of musical adaptation by Ernest Millard, 1985, with letter from Millard, 22 Jan. 1985
On the Razzle: An Opera in Three Acts, by Robin Orr--Vocal score, bound photocopy sheet music, 1986
(Oversize Box 7)
One Pair of Eyes: "Tom Stoppard Doesn't Know"--Episode of BBC television series
box-folder
100.8Reviews and advertisement, 1972
box-folder
63.8The Plays for Radio 1964-91 --Omnibus
Holograph and faxed typescript drafts and proofs of Introduction, with holograph revisions, 24 Jan. 1994, and a letter from Charles Boyle of Faber and Faber to Stoppard, 6 May 1994
Plays Four --Omnibus of Dalliance, Undiscovered Country, Rough Crossing, On the Razzle, and The Seagull
box-folder
100.9-12Photocopy page proofs, 1999.
Two copies
Plays Five --Omnibus of Arcadia, The Real Thing, Night and Day, Indian Ink, and Hapgood
box-folder
101.1-4Photocopy page proofs, 1999.
Two copies
Poodle Springs--Teleplay, based on the book by Raymond Chandler and Robert Parker
box-folder
101.5Holograph notes, 31 May-22 June 1991
box-folder
49.3Typescript draft fragments, nd
box-folder
101.6-8Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
101.9Typescript revision pages, nd
box-folder
101.10Typescript fragment, 26 June 1991.
[with holograph revisions, nd]
box-folder
63.9Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, 26 June 1991
box-folder
101.11Faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 19 July 1991
box-folder
101.12Typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
101.13Faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 22 July 1991
box-folder
63.10Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph and faxed typescript draft pages, 16, 24-28 July 1991, and additional photocopy typescript pages, all with holograph revisions
box-folder
102.1Incomplete typescript draft, nd.
With faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 29 July 1991
box-folder
102.2Composite draft of original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 26 and 30 July 1991
box-folder
102.3Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
63.11-12Photocopy typescript, Aug. 1991.
Three copies, two bound and with holograph revisions
(1 and 2 of 3)
box-folder
64.1Photocopy typescript, Aug. 1991
(3 of 3)
box-folder
102.4Typescript draft, Aug. 1991.
With holograph revisions in unidentified hand. With faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions by Stoppard, 5 Aug. 1991
box-folder
102.5Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
102.6-7Typescript draft, Aug. 1991.
Two copies, one bound
box-folder
102.8-9Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
64.2-3Incomplete photocopy typescripts, with holograph revisions, nd, and holograph draft pages, Oct.-Nov. 1991
box-folder
103.1Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
103.2"1st Revision," incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, 1 Dec. 1991
box-folder
103.3Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
103.4"1st Revision," typescript draft, Dec. 1991,
With holograph revisions and insert page, nd
box-folder
103.5"1st Revision," typescript draft, Dec. 1991
box-folder
64.4"1st Revision," photocopy typescript, bound, Dec. 1991
box-folder
103.6Typescript fragment with holograph notes and revisions, nd
box-folder
103.7Typescript fragment, nd
box-folder
64.5Holograph script notes, 19 and 24 Jan. 1992
box-folder
103.8Composite original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 27 Jan. 1992, nd
box-folder
103.9Faxed typescript fragment, 30 Jan. 1992
box-folder
103.10Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
104.1Typescript pages, nd
box-folder
104.2Typescript fragments, nd
box-folder
49.4"2nd Draft," typescript, Feb. 1992
box-folder
104.3Composite original and faxed typescript with holograph revisions, 11-12 Feb. 1992, nd
box-folder
104.4Typescript draft, nd
box-folder
104.5Faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions, 18 Feb. 1992
box-folder
64.6Faxed typescript draft page, with holograph revisions, 18 Feb. 1992
box-folder
64.7Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
box-folder
104.6Typescript pages, with photocopy diagram from chess book, nd
box-folder
104.7Correspondence, 1991-92
Professional Foul
Teleplay
box-folder
20.7-8Holograph draft, March-April 1977.
With fragment of closing titles
box-folder
20.9Articles and reviews, 1978
box-folder
104.8-9Articles and reviews, including a transcript of "Critics' Forum," 1977-78
box-folder
104.10Correspondence, 1977-1992
box-folder
49.5Czechoslovakian translation, typescript with holograph corrections in unknown hand, nd
Radio play
box-folder
20.10"Rehearsal Script," photocopy of corrected typescript, nd
box-folder
20.11Typescript, June 1978
"Scenes from "Professional Foul,"" galley proofs, with holograph corrections, of excerpts published in Encounter, February
(galley files)
Pursuit of Happiness --Companion documentary teleplay for A Separate Peace
box-folder
20.12"Chess-Dubbing Script," carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, 13 April 1966
box-folder
49.6-7Carbon typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Removed from binder labeled Albert's Bridge, housed in Folder 49-7

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