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Subseries 9. 2005 Season

Section: February 2005

Scope and Content Notes:

The play Chaplin was written by Simon Bradbury. It was directed by Neil Munro and performed by Simon Bradbury, who is a member of AEA. It was performed from February 17-March 12, 2005, at the Henry Heymann Theatre.

Folder 15 Newspaper clippings, February 2005
Folder 16 Photographs
Folder 17 Program

Section: Henry IV, April 2005

Scope and Content Notes:

The play Henry IV was written by William Shakespeare and adapted by Dakin Matthews. It was directed by Andrew S. Paul in a run from April 20-May 14, 2005, at the Charity Randall Theatre. AEA members involved in the performance include Brian Barefoot, Alex Coleman, David Conrad, David Crawford, Scott Ferrara, Martin Giles, Tim Hartman, E. Bruce Hill, Sheila McKenna, Kate Eastwood Norris, Sam Tsoutsouvas, and Alicia DeMara. Photographs by Suellen Fitzsimmons.

Folder 18 Education flyer
Folder 19 Newspaper clippings, April 2005
Folder 20 Photographs
Folder 21 Program
Folder 22 Promotional postcard
Folder 23 Video recording (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette master)
Folder 24 Video recording (2.0 discs; DVD user copy)

Section: Heartbreak House, June 2005

Scope and Content Notes:

The play Heartbreak House was written by George Bernard Shaw, and was directed by Gregory Lehane during June 2-25, 2005, at the Charity Randall Theatre. AEA members involved in the performance include Caitlin Muelder, Susan McGregor-Laine, Sam Tsoutsouvas, Laurie Klatscher, Helena Ruoti, Robert Haley, Tom Schaller, Larry John Meyers, Scott Ferrara, E. Bruce Hill, and Alicia DeMara.


Box 11
Folder 1 Newspaper clippings, June 2005
Folder 2 Photographs
Folder 3 Program
Folder 4 Promotional postcard
Folder 5 Video recording (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette master)
Folder 6 Video recording (2.0 discs; DVD user copy)

Section: Stones in his Pockets

Scope and Content Notes:

The play Stones in His Pockets was written by Marie Jones and directed by Stuart Carden. The rival ran from June 29-July 17, 2005, at the Henry Heymann Theatre. AEA members involved in the production include Jay O'Berski and Joe Schulz.

Folder 7 Program
Folder 8 Promotional postcard

Section: The False Servant, 2005

Scope and Content Notes:

The False Servant was written by Pierre Marivaux, and newly translated by Martin Crimp. It was directed by Stuart Carden in a run from July 28-August 20, 2005, at the Henry Heymann Theatre. This was a U.S. Premiere. AEA members involved in the production include Kate Eastwood Norris, Ian Merrill Peakes, Joe Schulz, Robin Walsh, Alicia DeMara, and Phill Madore. Photographs by Suellen Fitzsimmons.

Folder 9 Newspaper clippings,
Folder 10 Photographs
Folder 11 Program
Folder 12 Promotional postcard
Folder 13 Video recording (1.0 video; Digital video cassette master)
Folder 14 Video recording (1.0 video; VHS user copy)
Folder 15 Video recording (1.0 disc; DVD user copy)

Section: Henry, August-September 2005

Scope and Content Notes:

The play Henry was written by Thomas Kilroy, after Pirandello. This world premiere production was directed by Andrew S. Paul in a run from August 31-September 24, 2005, at the Charity Randall Theatre. AEA members involved in the performance include Richard McMillan, Joe Schulz, Martin Giles, Ben Hersey, Joel Ripka, Erin Krom, Robin Walsh, Larry John Meyers, Sam Tsoutsouvas, Alicia DeMara, and Phill Madore. Photographs by Suellen Fitzsimmons.

Folder 16 Newspaper clippings, 2004-2005
Folder 17 Photographs
Folder 18 Program
Folder 19 Promotional postcard
Folder 20 Video recording (2.0 videos; Digital video cassette master)
Folder 21 Video recording (3.0 discs; DVD user copy)