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Series XVII. Theater Programs [series]:
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A - B
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Shaw's "The Admirable Bashville" Programs
[n.p.] 5 programs containing the production of this play.

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Shaw's "Aerial Football" and "Black Girl in Search of God" Program
London; The Mermaid Theatre program for this production.

  66  
Shaw's "Androcles and the Lion" Programs
[n.p.] Programs for mainly London productions of this play; one in Vienna in 1914.

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Shaw's "The Apple Cart" Programs
[n.p.] Programs for mainly London productions of this play; one from France and one from Germany.

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Shaw's "Arms and the Man" Programs
[various place] Programs from both England and the United States.

  66  
Shaw's "Augustus Does His Bit" Program
London; 1 program for both the Saint Pancras and People's Theatre, Oct.28-30th.

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Shaw's "Back to Methuselah" Programs
[n.p.] Programs for this play, mainly London productions.

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Shaw's "Buoyant Billions" Program
[London] Program frim the Princes Theatre for this production.

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C
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Shaw's "Candida" Programs
[n.p.] Programs from both England and the United States.

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Shaw's "Caesar and Cleoptra" Programs
[various places] Programs from England, United States and Japan.

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Shaw's "Captain Brassbound's Conversion" Programs
[n.p.] Programs from England and the United States.

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Shaw's "The Chocolate Soldier" Programs
[n.p.] Programs for the productions.

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Shaw's "Cymbeline Refinished" Program
[London] Program from the Sloane School for their production of "Cymbeline Refinished"

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D - G
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Shaw's "Dark Lady of the Sonnets" Programs
[n.p.] Programs from England and the United States

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Shaw's "Dear Liar" Program
New York; Starring Katharine Cornell and Brian Aherne.

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Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple" Programs
[various places] Programs from England and the United States.

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Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple" German Program
[Vienna] Program inserted into German newspaper advertising "Ein Teufelskerl". With a note from Dan Laurence who sold it to the Cornell University Library Shaw Collection.

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Shaw's "The Doctor's Dilemma" Programs
[various places] Programs from England and the United States.

  68  
Shaw's "The Doctor's Dilemma" German Programs
[[Berlin] Programs for German productions.

  68  
Shaw's "Don Juan in Hell" Program
Liverpool; Program for this production at the Empire Theatre.

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Shaw's "Don Juan in Hell" Program
London; Royal Court Theatre. This was an explanation for the audience about the play, inserted in the program. Additional not is from B.F. Burgunder describing it.

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Shaw's "Fanny's First Play" Programs
[various places] Programs mainly from England.

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Shaw's "Farfetched Fables" Programs
Blacksburg, VA; Haymarket Theatre, Virginia Tech production.

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Shaw's "The Fascinating Foundling" Program
Liverpool; The Playhouse Theatre production program.

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Shaw's "Geneva" Programs
[various places] Programs from England productions.

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Shaw's "Getting Married" Programs
[various places] Programs from England productions.

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Shaw's "Glimpse of Reality" Program
Arts Theatre Program production.

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Shaw's "Great Catherine" Program
[London] Vaudeville Theatre production program.

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H - Maj
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Shaw's "Heartbreak House" Programs
[various places] Theatre productions in England and the United States.

  69  
Shaw's "How He Lied to Her Husband" Programs
[n.p.] 2 theatrical productions in England and 1 television production.

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Shaw's "In Good King Charles's Golden Days" Programs
[various places] Productions in England and Ireland.

  69  
Shaw's "Jitta's Attonement" Programs
[various places] Theatres in England and Ireland. Shaw was the Translator only.

  69  
Shaw's "John Bull's Other Island" Programs
[various places] Theatres in England and Ireland.

  69  
Shaw's "Major Barbara" Programs
[various places] Theatres in England, Ireland and the United States.

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Mak - Mz
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Shaw's "Man and Superman" Programs
[England] Programs for various English theatres.

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Shaw's "Man of Destiny" Programs
[England] Various theatres in England.

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Shaw's "Millionairess" Programs
[England] Various theatres in England.

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Shaw's "Misalliance" Programs
[various places] Theatres in England and the United States.

  70  
Shaw's "Mrs. Warren's Profession" First Program
London; The Stage Society production plus 3 copies of a photo of same plus the negative and a note from Dan H. Laurence about it.

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Shaw's "Mrs. Warren's Profession" Program
[various places] Theatres in England and the United States.

  70  
Shaw's "Mrs. Warren's Profession" Voting Card
New York; Polling card distributed at the first New York perfomance as to whether is "unfit" or "fit" to be presented on the American stage.

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Shaw's "The Music Cure" Program
[London] The Little Theatre production. Shaw wrote the dialogue for the play.

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Shaw's "My Fair Lady" Program
New York & London; Production at the Mark Hellinger Theatre & Adelphi Theatre.

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Shaw's "Pygmalion" Film Program
Hollywood; Warner Bros. film production of "My Fair Lady"

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O - Sa
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Shaw's "On the Rocks" Programs
[Various places]

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Shaw's "Overruled" Program
London; Duke of York's Theatre. First professional production. Note by B.F. Burgunder included.

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Shaw's "Overruled" Program
Ayot St. Lawrence; Production at Shaw's Corner.

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Shaw's "Philanderer" Programs
[various places] Productions in England and the United States.

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Shaw's "Philanderer" Czech Program
Louskácek; Translated and directed by Karel Musek.

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Shaw's "Press Cuttings" Program
[London] First production. With a note from B.F. Burgunder inserted.

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Shaw's "Pygmalion" Programs
[various places] Productions in England, Ireland, United States and Canada.

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Shaw's "Pygmalion" African and German Programs
[Africa & Germany] German production took place before English one.A note from B.F. Burgunder is included with the African program.

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Shaw's "St. Joan" Programs
[Various places] Productions England and the United States and one in Italy.

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Shaw's "St. Joan" French, Italian and Spanish Programs
[France, Italy & Spain] Productions done in the native language.

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Sb - Z
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Shaw's "Shakes v. Shav" Program
[n.p.] Program gives the history of the Lanchester Marionettes which includes "Shakes v. Shav.

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Shaw's "The Shewing Up of Blanco Posnet" Programs
[Various places] Productions in England and the United States.

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Shaw's "The Six of Calais" Program
London; Open Air Theatre, Regents Park production.

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Shaw's "The Simpleton of Unexpected Isles" Program
London & Dublin; Productions in England and Ireland.

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"to Be Shaw" Program
London; Man in the moon Theatre, Oct. 28-Nov.22.

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Shaw's "Too True to Be Good" Programs
[Various places] Productions in England and the United States.

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Shaw's "Village Wooing" Programs
[England] Productions in England.

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Shaw's "You Never Can Tell" Programs
[Various places] Productions in England and the United States.

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Shaw's "Widowers' House" Programs
[Various places] Productions in England and Ireland.

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Shaw's Multiple Play Programs
[Various places] Productions involving more than one of Shaw's plays.

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Miscellaneous Programs
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Adrian, Max. "An Evening with G. B. S."
[London] Criterion Theatre

  73  
Barrie, J. M. "Dear Brutus"
Windsor; The Theatre Royal. Production ran from March 21 to April 8.

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Ben Greet Comedy Company
Stafford; Lyceum, October 28-30, 1895

  73  
Bennett, Enoch Arnold, "Judith"
[London] Kinsway Theatre. Lillah McCarthy was director and actress.

  73  
Hauptmann, Gerhart Johann Robert "The Coming of Peace"
[London] Vaudeville Theatre. Program of the Stage Society's sixth meeting.

  73  
The Dickens Fellowship. "The Trial of John Jasper for the Murder of Edwin Drood"
[London] King's Hall, Covent Garden

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Stephenson, B.C. and Alfred Cellier. "Dorothy"
[n.p.] Gaiety Theatre. The role of Phyllis Tuppitt was played by Lucy Carr-Shaw. A note from B. F. Burgunder is inserted.

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Euripides. "Iphigenia in Tauris"
[n.p.] The Greek Theatre at Bradfield College. Produced on June 11, 14, and 15.

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Fletcher, Bramwell. "The Bernard Shaw Story"
[n.p.] East 74th Street Theatre

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Fletcher, Bramwell. "The Bernard Shaw Story"
[St. Louis, MO] Washington University Performing Arts.

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France, Anatole. "The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife"
[London} Ambassadors Theatre

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Lillah Mc Carthy-Granville Barker Repertory
[London] St. James Theatre. Program for 3 weeks, Dec. 1-20, 1913.

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"Cinema Supper"
[London] Savoy Theatre menu and programme with list of those attending, including Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Campbell

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Hankin, St. John Emile Clavering, "The Return of the Prodigal"
Aberdeen; His Majesty Theatre

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Housman, Laurence, "The Chinese Lantern"
Haymarket, Theatre Royal

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Huggett, Richard. "The First Night of Pygmalion"
London; Hoxton Hall

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Ibsen, Henrik. "A Doll's House"
[London] Novelty Theatre. First English perfomance

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Kilty, Jerome "Caro Bugiardo (Dear Liar)"
{Italy] First Italian production of "Dear Liar"

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"The Mad Show"
[New York] The New Theatre

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Maeterlinck, Maurice. "The Death of Tintagiles"
[London] St. James's Theatre. Produced with John Galsworthy's "The Silver Box"

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Maeterlinck, Maurice. "The Death of Tintagiles"
[n.p.] Produced at the house of Sir Philip Sassoon in Park-Lane. Also produced was John Masefield's "The Sweeps of '98"

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Masefield, John. "Nan"
Haymarket, Theatre Royal. Performed June 2, 5, 9 and 12, 1908.

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Masefield, John. "Nan"
[London] Savoy Theatre. Performed with Moliere's ":Le Mariage Force"

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Masefield, John "The Witch" - English version of a Norwegian play by H. Wiers-Jennsen.
[London] Royal Court Theatre. Performed March 2, 7, & 9, 1911.

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Masefield, John "The Witch" - English version of a Norwegian play by H. Wiers-Jennsen.
[London] Savoy Theatre.

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Taylor, Don." The Achurch Letters"
[n.p.] Greenwich Theatre

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Wilde, Oscar. "Salome"
[London] The New Stage Club performed on May 10 and 13, 1905. The Literary Theatre Club performed on June 10 and 18 [n.y.]

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Shakespeare, William. "A Midsummer-Night's Dream"
[London] Savoy Theatre.