Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Evergreen Players, a theatre group, was established in 1974 at Loyola University Maryland. This collection, dated from 1981-2017, consists of general historical materials, flyers, posters, and programs.
The Mask and Rapier Dramatic Society records document Loyola College’s dramatic club history from 1865 to 1981. The society or club was referred to by a variety of names throughout its existence. This collection consists of annual reports, correspondence, costume design drawings, meeting notes, newspaper articles and clippings, playscripts, programs, research and historical notes, and a scrapbook.
The Poisoned Cup Players, a student-run theater group, was established in 1991. This collection, dated from 1992-2016, consists of posters and programs.
The Spotlight Players, a completely student-run theatre company, was founded in 2003. This collection, dated from 2004-2017, consists of posters and programs.
Loyola University Maryland student organization records document student organizations for which the archives has only a small amount of records. The collection, dated 1917-2018, consists of business and financial records, correspondence, founding documents, news clippings, posters, programs, and publications.
This collection includes a variety of stagebills, playbills, and other performing arts programs collected by Nancy Perlman. Nancy Perlman was the Head of Archives and Special Collections at Loyola Notre Dame Library from 2005 until 2014.
Pumpkin Theatre, founded in 1967 by Sister Kathleen Marie Engers, entertained, educated, and engaged children and families through the production and presentation of plays and class offerings. This collection, dated 1963 - 2013, contains scrapbooks, teachers' guides, a script, news clippings, programs, fliers, brochures, and a newsletter.