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Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage. Male student may be Donald "Sam" Beaulieu, class of 1961.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Mr. Ryrie in shorts and sneakers with on foot up on the stage, speaks to young women (on the stage) listening intently.

1986-07-10

A person lies face-down amid rubble of bricks and wood. Shirt is torn.

1960

Backstage, a young woman in a dress, holds a script. Possibly shot during a production of Antigone or Escurial.

1960

Actors in performance. Directed by Harry W. Morgan. Department of Theatre Arts. Escurial is a one-act drama written by Michel de Ghelderode in 1927.

1960-10-14

Actors in performance. Directed by Harry W. Morgan. Department of Theatre Arts. Escurial is a one-act drama written by Michel de Ghelderode in 1927.

1960-10-14

Backstage, a young woman reads a script. On the wall above her, a sign reads, "Home Sweet Home." Possibly shot during a production of Antigone or Escurial.

1960

Informal photo portrait of Emerson College student, Darren Cecil '87.

1986-08-06

Balm in Gilead lead actors seated in a diner: Jeanne Tinker as Darlene and Angus Mandy as Joe. The play, directed by Maureen Shea, ran Feb. 21-25, 1989 at the Mainstage Theatre, 69 Brimmer St. Boston.

1989-02-20

Balm in Gilead lead actors seated in a diner: Jeanne Tinker as Darlene and Angus Mandy as Joe. Directed by Maureen Shea. The play ran Feb. 21-25, 1989. Mainstage Theatre, 69 Brimmer Street, Boston.

1989-02-20

Actors on stage. Orpheus Descending is a play by Tennessee Williams.

1958

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Shirley Shay '58, Lou Stamoulis '58.

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Students pictured may include Shirley Shay '58 (onstage) and Lincoln John Stulik '58 (backstage).

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Lou Stamoulis '58, Stuart Moser '58, Shirley Shay '58.

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Lou Stamoulis '58, Stuart Moser '58, Shirley Shay '58.

1957

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Stuart Moser '58, Shirley Shay '58, Lou Stamoulis '58.

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Stuart Moser '58 (left), Lincoln Stulik '58 (behind the set).

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Stuart Moser '58.

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Shirley Shay '58, Lou Stamoulis '58.

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Stuart Moser '58 (left).

1957-03

Actors on stage. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Drama Workshop (sophomore production). March 20-22, 1957. Pictured students may include: Stuart Moser '58, Shirley Shay '58 & Lincoln John Stulik '58 (backstage).

1957-03

Actors on stage. 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. 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

Several actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Man and woman in costume practice a dance move off-stage.

1959

James Lapine, director and librettist for the Tony Award winning "Into the Woods" signs autographs. He also received the Award of Distinction from Emerson's Musical Theatre Society. Tremont House, Boston.

1991-04-26

Crude drawing of a tin can on a poster to promote a theatrical production. On the can's label a woman stands in a crop field. Text on the poster reads: M.I.T. Dramashop Presents: We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay! by Dario Fo. Little Theatre Kresge Auditorium. Directed by Robert N. Scanlon; Sets by William Fregosi; Costumes by Margaret S. Hall; Lighting and Stage by Edward Darna.

1986-04-29

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Several actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Male and female actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Several actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Several actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Several actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Several actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Actors on stage. Scene from "Rage," a play by author Joan Parker and Robert Parker. Based on the short novel by Stephen King. Also performed at this presentation: Tell Me a Story, Whispers of Fear, and "Working Women." Performance dates: August 8,9,10, 1989.

1989-08-08

Actors in performance. Titania is played by Nancy Ellis. Location: 69 Brimmer St., Boston, MA.

1987-12

Promotion for three stage performances. Poster is colored black, white and magenta, with informal graphic and typography is divided into 10 equal frames. Text reads: The Deertrees Theatre, Harrison, Maine; Look Back in Anger by John Osborne; Bell, Book and Candle by John Van Druten; J.B. by Archibald Macleish; Curtain time for all shows 8:30, for reservations call 583-2310; Owned and operated by the Emerson College Center for the Performing Arts. In 1965, Emerson College purchased the Deertrees Theater in Harrison, Maine which housed a six credit summer theater program open to students from Emerson as well as other area colleges.

1965-05-01 - 1965-08-31

Actors on stage. 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. 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. 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

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. 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, 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

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

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

1958

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

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

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

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.

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Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Headshot of Merri Sugarman. Actress, casting director, acting coach, and alumni officer of the professional sorority Kappa Gamma Chi (BFA in Musical Theater - Emerson College).

1980 - 1999

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1959

Actors on stage.

1959

Actors on stage.

1959

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