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Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Actors on stage.

1958

Three actors on stage in bowler hats. Pictured: James Noel '58 (L), George Widley '58 (R). An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman '57 [aka: Nancy Dolph, Emerson faculty].

1957

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Actors on stage.

1958

Young man in a suit and tie playing a grand piano. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Actors on stage. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Actors on stage. Sue and Dotty (Dorothy Geotis) rehearse for the play. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Actor on stage.

1958

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage, slumped together as if sleeping. The Children's Playhouse sponsored by Women's Aid Association of the Symmes Arlington Hospital presents "Raggedy Ann" by the Emerson College Players on Saturday, April 26, 1958 - 10:30 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. Directed by Helen T. Wiseman and Shirley Surrette.

1958-01-01 - 1958-05-31

Actors on stage.

1959

Actors on stage.

1957

Student choir dressed in coats and scarves, shot from above.

1958

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Actor in performance. Dodo the clown sneaks around stage. The scenery includes a palm tree and a sign that reads "Frumplin's Doll Shoppe." Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Actors in performance. Characters are presumably: Mr. Frumpkin the dollmaker, Andrew the dollmaker's, and the policeman. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Choirmaster directs a choir.

1958

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors perform off the stage among three seated spectators. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors in performance. Six of Frumkpin's dolls are led off-stage. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Actors on stage: Dodo the clown with Gladys the horse. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

The full cast in-costume pose for a photo. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

1958

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Several formally dressed people in a windowed room. Emerson president S. Justus McKinley is among them. The focus of attention appears to be on the younger man in the center, who may be A. March. Source identifies a person in this photo as "A. March."

1958

Several actors on stage. Characters pictured include Dodo the clown, Mr. Frumpkin and his dolls. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Actors on stage.

1957

Eight cheerleaders posing for photo in a brick and cobblestone area. Wearing skirts and sweaters with a stitched "E" and a megaphone. The photo may have been taken outside the Emerson College Theater at the carriage house beyond 128-130 Beacon Street in Back Bay.

1958

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Actor in performance. Characters pictured: Dodo (sleeping), Rudolph Bernard Boo, Ugly (Boo's minion) and six of Frumpkin's dolls. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Two stacked photos of The Paramount Theatre's main house, before and after renovation. The land on which the Paramount stands has a history of earlier performance spaces dating back to 1836. Former spaces include the Melodeon, Gaiety, and Bijou. The Paramount Theatre first opened its doors on February 25, 1932 as one of the premiere art deco movie palaces built by Paramount Studios, but it closed in 1976 and fell into disrepair. Emerson purchased the building in 2005. Architects from the firm Elkus Manfredi worked with Evergreene Architectural Arts to replicate the paint and decorative motifs throughout the theatre and restore it to its original appearance. Emerson College reopened the Paramount Theatre to the public in March 2010. Today, the Paramount Center includes the adjoining "arcade" building providing theater space, film screening room, rehearsal rooms, classrooms, and a dormitory. Info sources: Boston Globe (3/3/2010); ArtsEmerson.org; Emerson.edu (Paramount Mainstage).

2000 - 2015

A panel of three men sits at a long table on stage, while another man stands at a podium. Name plates include, Mr. Pringle, Mr. Loomis, Mr. Haladz, and at the podium, Mr. Tooke.

1958

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage with pit orchestra in foreground. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Cameramen onstage with cameras marked, "WERS TV" shoot a man seated on a stool next to a white screen. On the opposite side of the stage, a person sits at a small table wearing a safari hat.

1958

Mr. Peters, dressed in suit and tie, photographed on the Charles River Esplanade.

1959

Mr. Peters, dressed in suit and tie, photographed on the Charles River Esplanade.

1959

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

The cast of Pajama Game on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Mr. Peters, dressed in suit and tie, photographed on the Charles River Esplanade.

1959

Politician, Robert F. Murphy, sits at a desk holding pen to paper, while a younger man stands nearby. Murphy was Lt. Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1957-1960. He also served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

1959

Shirley Shay ’59 and Milt Monbleau ’59 make “Small Talk” in the kitchen. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Mr. Peters, dressed in suit and tie, photographed on the Charles River Esplanade.

1959

Politician, Robert F. Murphy, sits at a desk holding pen to paper, while a younger man stands nearby. Murphy was Lt. Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1957-1960. He also served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

1959

Mr. Peters, dressed in suit and tie, photographed on the Charles River Esplanade.

1959

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors dancing on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

A panel of three men sits at a long table on stage, while another man stands at a podium. On the front of the table is painted the letters, "EC." Name plates include, "Mr. Courtney" and "Mr. Foreman."

1958

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

American jazz vocalist, Gloria Lynne speaks with a young man who holds her record album titled, Miss Gloria Lynne.

1959

Young people filling out forms at the foot of a staircase with an ornate banister.

1959

1949 - 1979

Prom queen and attendants stand in front of a tiled wall, holding bouquets. Marlene Riccitello (center, wearing tiara) of Zeta Phi Eta, was junior prom queen in 1959. Also pictured, prom attendants Nancy Perko (class secretary 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi) and Cynthia Ann Whalen (class treasurer 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi).

1959

Actors on stage.

1958

11 men in suits sit around a dark wood table, looking at the camera.

1958

Prom queen and attendants stand in front of a tiled wall, holding bouquets. Marlene Riccitello (center, wearing tiara) of Zeta Phi Eta, was junior prom queen in 1959. Also pictured, prom attendants Nancy Perko (class secretary, Kappa Gamma Chi) and Cynthia Ann Whalen (class treasurer, Kappa Gamma Chi).

1959

Two young men and two young women seated in a small wooden booth. There are cigarette cases and paper coffee cups on the table.

1959

Three men in bow ties stand near a round banquet table where three women are seated. Pictured: Charles Phillips (Broadcasting), Coleman Bender (Speech), John Zorn (Education).

1962

Prom queen and attendants. Marlene Riccitello (wearing tiara) of Zeta Phi Eta, was junior prom queen in 1959. Also pictured, prom attendants Nancy Perko (class secretary 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi), Cynthia Ann Whalen (class treasurer 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi), and Paul Austin? (class president 1960, Phi Alpha Tau).

1959

Sixteen men stand together for a photo before a display board titled, "Our Activities," while other people are seated around banquet table.

1958

Man speaks into a mic at a podium on a long banquet table.

1958

One man hands something flat (an award?) to another man at a banquet.

1958

Young man in light-colored trench coat stands in outside the dormitory building entrance with book in his hand, while young woman in long skirt looks on. Number 373 is painted on the glass door. Mail slot reads, Emerson College Dormitory.

1959

Meredith O'Gorman, of Kappa Gamma Chi, is crowned junior prom queen in 1957. Also pictured, Beverly Stone Gloven (May queen & prom attendant), Barbara Rosenthal (prom attendant, class treasurer, vice-president, Zeta Phil Eta), and possibly Richard Hamilton (class president, Phi Alpha Tau) and Elaine Zimmerman (Junior prom queen of 1956).

1957

Mans stands speaking at a podium before a banquet crowd.

1958

Two men shake hands before the crowd at a banquet.

1958

Man hands a square paper to another man across long rectangular banquet table.

1958

Students seated on benches (pews) take notes on copybooks in their laps.

1959

Large number of people seating, dining at banquet tables in a large room. Electric chandeliers hang from ceiling. In foreground, seated man speaks to a server in white jacket and black bowtie.

1958

Marlene Riccitello is crowned by last year's prom queen, Judy Simmons. Prom queen attendants Nancy Perko and Cindy Whalen (Cynthia Whalen) also pictured. Location: Hotel Fensgate in the Casino on the Charles room. Music provided by Herbie Wayne Band.

1959-04-25

Meredith O'Gorman, of Kappa Gamma Chi (seated, wearing tiara) on stage with her prom attendants Beverly Stone Gloven and Barbara Rosenthal.

1957

Woman and man sitting on a wooden bench in front of a window. She's holding her purse and cigarette.

1959

Birds-eye image shows several couples dancing on the dance floor.

1957

Large number of people seating, dining at banquet tables in a large room. Electric chandeliers hang from ceiling.

1958

Young man plays an upright piano other others standing behind him.

1959

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