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One man on stage, speaking expressively with hand raised, in front of a black curtain.

1958

A young woman stands on stage, speaking expressively in front of a black curtain.

1958

Actors on stage among forest scenery. Alice in Wonderland performed by the Emerson College Children’s Theatre group and directed by Imogen Hogle on Oct. 18, 1919 at Huntington Chambers Hall. The nation's first collegiate level program in Children's Theater was established at Emerson College in 1919.

1919-10

Ten actors lined up on stage in flamboyant costume. Four wear masks. A man holding a top hat speaking or singing. Emerson College brought "Lady in the Dark" to the stage for the school's first Annual Spring Musical in 1954. Music by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, and book by Moss Hart. In the same year, NBC broadcast their Max Liebman Presents production of "Lady in the Dark" as a live television special.

1954

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

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

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