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Samples of promotional posters for almost every theater production put on by the NTID Performiing Arts program dating back to 1974.
Collection of VHS tapes and DVDs assembled by Robert Panara, the first deaf faculty member of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.
A collection of posters, films, and press books featuring deaf actors or characters as compiled by historian and film buff Newby Ely.
The Deaf Rochester Film Festival collection contains planning materials, media, posters, programs, and other promotional material relating to the festival.
Episodes of the student-produced Deafvines: A College Life Soap Opera, created at National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
Harry Lang biographical files consists of Lang's research used for the book, Deaf Persons in the Arts and Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary, (co-authored with Bonnie Meath-Lang).
Richard Mullins collection of “Arsenic and Old Lace” memorabilia contains a script, program, photographs and newsclippings about the 1942 production of “Arsenic and Old Lace” performed by Gallaudet University Dramatic Club performers at the Fulton Theater in New York City. This was the first play performed in a public theater by all deaf actors in sign language.
Documents related to the Nancy Cantabene collection on Lights On! a Deaf theatre group, based out of Rochester, NY. The materials within the Lights On! Deaf Theatre collection pertains to the various plays that were produced.
Materials found in the Kevin Nolan photographs and papers relate to the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) drama club from 1968-2008. Kevin Nolan was a student at NTID from 1968-1971 and was one of the founders of the NTID drama club. This collection includes photographic prints in black and white and color, newspaper clippings, programs, and scripts from various productions.
Script for an episode of the Gross-Krasne Productions television show Big Town entitled Justice is Mute, release #80, season 4. Big Town was a television series that aired from 1950-1956. This episode has the interpreter for a deaf-mute character not acting in the best interest of the character and conspiring to victimize him.