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Berkeley Festival . Greek Theatre . Berkeley California . May . June . 1941 / The Berkeley Festival Association presents Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare under the personal direction of  Dr. George Altman / with the following great artists: Lois Moran as Viola; Gilmore Brown as Sir Toby Belch; Barbara Horder as Olivia. Art Director Lloyd Stanford / Dedication: The Association dedicates this production to the memory of Benjamin Weed, who in eighteen hundred and ninety-four discovered the natural ampitheatre which afterwards bore his name and upon which the present Greek Theatre was erected in nineteen hundred and three. Sunday, June 8, 1941 3:00 P.M., Sixth Event

Berkeley Festival . Greek Theatre . Berkeley California . May . June . 1941 / The Berkeley Festival Association presents Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare under the personal direction of Dr. George Altman / with the following great artists: Lois Moran as Viola; Gilmore Brown as Sir Toby Belch; Barbara Horder as Olivia. Art Director Lloyd Stanford / Dedication: The Association dedicates this production to the memory of Benjamin Weed, who in eighteen hundred and ninety-four discovered the natural ampitheatre which afterwards bore his name and upon which the present Greek Theatre was erected in nineteen hundred and three. Sunday, June 8, 1941 3:00 P.M., Sixth Event

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Berkeley: The Berkeley Festival Association, 1941. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about 32p., printed on semi-coated partly acidic paperstock and stapled into 10.5x7.5 inch pictorial wraps. Laid in, same size on same stock, a 4p program for the 12th Night production. All paper is somewhat toned, program has some creasing, a very good copy. From the Foreword : "This festival, which so fittingly commemorates the seventy-fifth Anniversary of our City, is a declaration to the Nation that Berkeley has assumed its place as a leader among cities.." [send for a free handkerchief soaked in tear gas..].


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  • Title: Berkeley Festival . Greek Theatre . Berkeley California . May . June . 1941 / The Berkeley Festival Association presents Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare under the personal direction of Dr. George Altman / with the following great artists: Lois Moran as Viola; Gilmore Brown as Sir Toby Belch; Barbara Horder as Olivia. Art Director Lloyd Stanford / Dedication: The Association dedicates this production to the memory of Benjamin Weed, who in eighteen hundred and ninety-four discovered the natural ampitheatre which afterwards bore his name and upon which the present Greek Theatre was erected in nineteen hundred and three. Sunday, June 8, 1941 3:00 P.M., Sixth Event
  • Format/binding:Pamphlet
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: The Berkeley Festival Association
  • Place: Berkeley
  • Date published: 1941
  • Keywords: 1940S California Theater, theatre Urban history Berkeley
  • Bookseller catalogs: Berkeley; California; 1940S; Urban history; Theater, theatre;


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