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Tennessee Williams papers, 1920-1983

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Series VII: Audio-visual


Subseries VII.1: CDs


Mitch Douglas on Tennessee Williams:


Disk One:



Box 62 Disk 1 The Kindness of Strangness: Reframing Tennessee Williams at 100. Museum of Art and Design, January 9, 2011


Box 62 Disk 1 An Evening with Tennessee Williams: Cherry Jones and Mitch Douglas Lincoln Center's Bruno Walter Auditorium, January 26, 1998


Disk Two:


Box 62 Disk 1 Mitch Douglas Cameo on Nunsense


Box 62 Disk 1 Mitch Douglas on PBS "Where Do Musicals Come from?"


Box 62 Disk 1 Tennessee Williams Interview, 1984


Box 62 Disk 2 Tennessee Williams Institute, October 11, 1980


Box 62 Disk 3 Tennessee Williams, Orlando


Box 62 Disk 4 Tennessee Williams, Knoxville, WUOT Radio, Part I, 6/4/1980 and Part II, 6/6/1980, 6/4/1980, 6/6/1980


Box 62 Disk 5 Tennessee Williams on Dick Cavett Show


Box 62 Disk 6 Serafina (Based on Tennessee Williams' The Rose Tattoo ) Music by Jule Styne, Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse. Performed by Leslie Bricusee, 1970


Box 62 Disk 7 Tennessee Williams. Two Character Play. San Franscisco


Box 62 Disk 8 Tennessee Williams. Red Devil Battery Sign. 2 disks.



Box 83 Folder 12 "On Tennessee Williams". Museum of Art, Lincoln Center. [2 DVDs in one case]

(2019.2020.M069)



Box 69 Folder 4 Long playing album. Tennessee Williams reads Hart Crane, Caedmon. TC


Subseries VII.2: Audiotapes & Cassettes

1960-1970 & undated. 0.5 linear ft. (13 reel to reel tapes and 3 cassette tapes).


Cassette Tapes:



Box 77 "An Evening with Tennessee Williams", Waterfront Playhouse, May 1, 1970, 2 cassette tapes


Box 77 "Two Readings by Tennessee Williams", 1 cassette tapes


Reel-to-Reel Tapes:



Box 50 "Once Over Lightly", November 1, 1960; David Frost TV, January, 1970; An Evening with Tennessee Williams, Waterfront Playhouse, May 1, 1970 (2); Laugh In, Pt. I, n.d., 1960-1970, 6 reel to reel audiotapes



Box 73 Audiotapes: 2 unidentified, 2 reel to reel audiotapes



Box 74 Audiotape: Tape recording featuring Tennessee Williams, Maureen Stapleton, Pat Hingle, Ralph Laune, and George Grizzard, 1 reel to reel audiotape


Box 74 Audiotape: In The Winter Of Cities read by David Lobdell; Tennessee Williams, Maureen Stapleton and other actors; 1 unidentified, 1 reel to reel audiotape


Box 74 Audiotapes: 1 unidentified, 1 reel to reel audiotape



Box 75 Audiotapes: Laurindo Almeida Spanish Guitars; Erich Leinsdorf The Sound of Wagner, 2 reel to reels