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ATAP Steering Committee co-chairs Susan Brady and Ken Cerniglia presented this paper during the annual conference of the American Society for Theatre Research/Theatre Library Association at the Sheraton Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee, on November 3, 2012. The paper summarizes ATAP's achievements over the past three years and invites ASTR/TLA members to join the project.
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ATAP brochure for theatre companies.
Welcome to the Chicago Theater History Site.This site documents and interprets the growth of theater in Chicago from 1950 to the present.
In this site you will find:
1) the names of as many Chicago theater producing organizations, past and present, as can be reliably verified;
2) The years of their beginnings and, if applicable, endings;
3) The name(s) of and brief biographical information about their founders;
4) The addresses of their performance spaces and/or administrative offices, if they are not members of the League of Chicago Theatres; and
5) Links to maps showing the growth of Chicago theatres and concentration of most on the near North side.
I am adding it as a pdf attachment.
Looking for print resources on how to archive theater materials? This annotated bibliography is intended for theater practitioners, researchers, and archivists in the Boston area that are interested in how theater materials are organized, preserved, and made accessible. Subtopics include information on organizing, managing, and preserving theater collections, performing arts research, theater history and examples of theater ephemera and collections.
Have you come across any print resources that you have found helpful in conducting your own theater archive projects? Post your citations here!
Looking for authoritative sources on the web to help with your theater archive project? Check out this webography for examples of theater collections, theater history resources, relevant organizations, and grant seeking information. Are there any websites that you have found helpful regarding archiving theater materials?