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National Theatre of the Deaf annual reports and players' guides covers the theatre from 1967 to 1994. Reports include plays performed for that year; biographies of actors, directors, and staff; images; and in later years, financial information. Ephemeral materials include a playbill, programs, and an issue of NTD News from 1997-98.
Collection of t-shirts promoting the Australian Theatre of the Deaf.
The Deaf Rochester Film Festival collection contains planning materials, media, posters, programs, and other promotional material relating to the festival.
Virgil McCullough photographs document the National Technical Institute of the Deaf (NTID) production of the play The Phoney Gentleman in 1978.
Collection of programs from the Performing Arts department of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Episodes of the student-produced Deafvines: A College Life Soap Opera, created at National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
Materials related to well-known deaf actor Bernard Bragg, with emphasis on his involvement with the National Theatre of the Deaf.
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.
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.
Materials related to deaf educator Steve Baldwin's involvement with deaf theater, in particular with the play "Deaf Smith" about Erastus "Deaf" Smith. Baldwin is a certified teacher, published author, fundraiser, newsletter editor/writer, scriptwriter and history researcher.