Loyola University Maryland Spotlight Players records
Scope and Contents
The Loyola University Maryland Spotlight Players records consist of posters and programs from the productions of the Spotlight Players from 2004-2017.
- Creation: 2004-2017
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is located at the Loyola Notre Dame Library. Contact Archives and Special Collections for more information.
This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
The Loyola University Maryland Spotlight Players records are the physical property of the Archives and Special Collections, Loyola/Notre Dame Library. Copyright, except in cases where material has passed into the public domain, belongs to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns.
Biographical / Historical
Founded in the fall of 2003 by Colleen Rutledge (’04), Spotlight Players, a completely student-run theatre company, was originally named V-Day Loyola with their first production, The Vagina Monologues. The following year they changed their name to The Spotlight Players. The theatre company ‘put the spotlight’ on issues of social justice by producing socially conscious plays and donating all proceeds to a worthy cause relevant to the show. As a student-run theatre company, all the directing, acting, designing, and building for the Spotlight Players productions were completed by Loyola University Maryland students.
.71 Cubic Feet (1 half-size legal document box, 1 oversize box, and 1 map case folder)
Language of Materials
The Spotlight Players, a completely student-run theatre company, was founded in 2003. This collection, dated from 2004-2017, consists of posters and programs.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Materials in this collection were transferred to the Archives by various university offices and individuals affiliated with the university.
This collection was processed in 2019 by Christina Meninger, Jack Ray, and Ashira Thompson.
- Guide to the Loyola University Maryland Spotlight Players records
- Christina Meninger and Ashira Thompson
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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