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2001. "... from Del Hamilton, Artistic Director," 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, October - November, 1999. (2 pages on one leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1019
2002. Use Your Imagination: 7 Stages News (Atlanta, Georgia, March 2000?). 8 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_103
2003. Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," program of the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987. (12 pages on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1032
2004. "Wasted," by Fred Gamel, a program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 22 - April 21, 1984. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1041
2005. "Southern Comfort," by Nicholas Kazan, program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 3, 1985. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1050
2006. "Love and Trouble," program for a "multi-media performance collaboration" by Pearl Cleage, Zaron Burnett, and Kenneth Leon at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 19 - February 1, 1987. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1059
2007. "Desperadoes: A Trilogy," by Rebecca Ranson, program announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 20 - September 12, 1982. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1068
2008. "Josephine: The Mouse Singer," by Michael McClure, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 26 - October 19, 1980. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1077
2009. "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1086
2010. "The Alchemist," by Ben Johnson, program for the 7 Stages Theatre and Theater Emory production, Atlanta, Georgia, March 27 - April 25, 1987. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1099
2011. "Bananaland: A Central America Theme Park," program announcing the performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1112
2012. Use Your Imagination: 7 Stages News (Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000). 8 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_112
2013. "Geography of a Horse Dreamer," by Sam Shepard, program for the 7 Stages Theatre production, Atlanta, Georgia, August 12 - September 11, 1983. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1121
2014. Athol Fugard's "A Place with the Pigs," program for the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 18 - February 5, 1989. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1134
2015. "Cry of the Mantis," by Ralph Günther Mohnnau, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 13, 1990. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1147
2016. "In the Jungle of Cities" by Bertolt Brecht, translation by Philip Boehm, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 18 - March 15, 1998. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1160
2017. Press releases promoting "Mr. Universe" by Jim Grimsley, performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, running from July 30 - August 29, 1987. (5 releases) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1168
2018. Paste up and budget for Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath" produced at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988. (3 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1172
2019. Production materials for "Lizard of Tarsus," by Jim Grimsley, in preparation for the 7 Stages Theatre production, Atlanta, Georgia, opening night, January 31, 1990 (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1185
2020. Use Your Imagination: 7 Stages newsletter (Atlanta, Georgia, September - December, 2000). 6 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_119
2021. Daily box-office records for "Lizard of Tarsus" by Jim Grimsley, performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1193
2022. Press releases advertising Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," premiering at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1199
2023. Press packet for Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath," performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - May 15, 1988 (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1208
2024. Photographs from Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988. (18 color snapshots) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1227
2025. Weekly box-office receipts from "The Park," by Botho Strauss, performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29 - November 19, 1990. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1232
2026. Use Your Imagination: 7 Stages News (Atlanta, Georgia, October - December 1999). 4 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_124
2027. Moliere's "The Miser," program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 15 - September 6, 1980. (8 pages, printed on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1241
2028. Press packet for 7 Stages Theatre's performances of "A Place with the Pigs," by Athol Fugard, January 18 - February 5, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1247
2029. "Heartache Heroine," by Celeste Miller, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 10 - 20, 1989. (8 pages, printed on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1256
2030. "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" and "The Duck Variations," two one act plays by David Mamet, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, and 22, 1979. (8 pages, printed on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1265
2031. Bobby Box, Lane Whittemore, and Maria Helena Dolan in Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1266
2032. Bobby Box and Lane Whitmore in Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath" performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1267
2033. Maria Helena Dolan and Lane Whittemore in Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1268
2034. Bobby Box in Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1269
2035. Production materials for "Max and Milli" and "Antigone" performances by 7 Stages Theatre, both in the Theatre and for the Arts Festival of Atlanta in Piedmont Park, May - November, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1282
2036. Roar of the Crowd: The Newsletter of 7 Stages Theatre. (Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 1996). 4 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_129
2037. "Ain't No Use in Goin' Home, Jodie's Got Your Gal and Gone," program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7 - 25, 1990. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1295
2038. "Dream Boy," by Eric Rosen, based on the novel by Jim Grimsley, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10 - July 12, 1998. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1308
2039. Invitation to Stuffed Puppet Theatre's performance of "The Nightclub" and silent auction at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1313
2040. "Nobody's Neighbor," postcard announcing the Onafhankelijk Toneel's performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26-29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_132
2041. "In the Solitude of Cotton Fields" (Dans la solitude des champs de coton), by Bernard-Marie Koltes, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 17, 2008. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1324
2042. Press release announcing a search for a bodybuilder to play muscle man in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 13, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1328
2043. "Dream Boy," postcard announcing performance of Jim Rosen's adaptation of Jim Grimsley's book, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10 - 12, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1331
2044. Rebecca Ranson's "Blood on Blood," program of the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 29, 1987. (12 pages on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1344
2045. Postcard announcing performances of Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe" at New Federal Theatre, New York, New York, March 24 - April 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1347
2046. "If It Was Easy," postcard announcing the Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III comedy performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_135
2047. Press releases announcing a production of Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at the New Federal Theatre, off Broadway, New York, New York, beginning March 24, 1988. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1352
2048. "Endgame," by Samuel Beckett, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 29 - April 23, 1995. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1369
2049. 7 Stages Ink: newsletter from the 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1995. 4 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1374
2050. "Room 5," postcard announcing the Stuffed Puppet Theatre's performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5-8, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_138
2051. "Angel Works: War in Heaven; The Sandbox, and Angel Fragments," program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19 - April 18, 1993. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1391
2052. "School House Rocks," performed by the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta, postcard announcing an encore production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15 - February 11, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1394
2053. "Vivisections From the Blown Mind," by Alonzo D. Lamont, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1 - 23, 1992. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1407
2054. Actors in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1408
2055. Cast of Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1409
2056. Jeff Lewis and Rebecca Ranson in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1410
2057. Del Hamilton and Jeff Lewis in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1411
2058. "Mr. Universe," cast on stage at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1412
2059. Mike Jones and Donna Biscoe, in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1413
2060. Ed Corbin in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1414
2061. Actors in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1415
2062. Still photograph from Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1416
2063. Cast of Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1417
2064. Cast members on stage in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1418
2065. Ed Corbin, as Muscle Man in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1419
2066. Press releases for Del Hamilton's "Burning Bridges and the Troll," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_142
2067. Contact sheet of photographs from Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1420
2068. Mailer for Del Hamilton's "Burning Bridges and the Troll," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_143
2069. "Unquestioned Integrity: The Hill - Thomas Hearings," by Mame Hunt, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 24 - October 24, 1993. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1433
2070. Sam Shepard's "States of Shock," directed by Joseph Chaikin, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 1999. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1446
2071. "Almost Asleep: A Hero's Journey," by Julie Hebert, choreostaged by Celeste Miller, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1459
2072. Postcard announcing four special performances of Athol Fugard's "A Place with the Pigs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23-25, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_146
2073. "Night Sky," by Susan Yankowitz, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 28, 1993. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1476
2074. Project description for Athol Fugard's "A Place with the Pigs," a play performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 18 - February 5, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_148
2075. "Black Blossom," by Truus Bronkhorst, program of performance presented by Dancers Collective, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4 - 6, 1993. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1485
2076. Postcard invitation to opening night of Athol Fugard's "A Place with the Pigs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 18, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_149
2077. "We're Servin' Up Swamp Gravy at 7 Stages," invitation to premiere party and auction for the production of "Swamp Gravy" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 21, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1490
2078. "Vivisections From the Blown Mind," by Alonzo D. Lamont, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1 - 23, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1493
2079. Financial Audit of 7 Stages Theatre, for fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, EWM Group, PC, certified public accountants, Atlanta, Georgia, transmittal letter dated November 22, 2002. (14 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1508
2080. "Tiny Tim Is Dead," by Barbara Lebow, flyer announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7 - 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1511
2081. "Night Sky," by Susan Yankowitz, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 28, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1514
2082. "The Medicine Show," created by NOVA Performance Company, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 - 23, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1517
2083. Invitation to "Mixtitlan, an Opening Night Fiesta," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, May 7, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1522
2084. Box-office receipts from "A Place with the Pigs," by Athol Fugard, the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 18 - February 5, 1989 and May 22 - 24, 1989. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1527
2085. "Swamp Gravy," adapted for the stage by Jo Carson, Directed by Dr. Richard Owen Greer, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20 - 22, 1995. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1539
2086. Limited Appraisal Report ... of the Seven Stages Theater," prepared for Mr. Cary E. Sullivan, Jr., NationsBank Corporation, by The Appraisal Group, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, October 6, 1995. (52 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1592
2087. Eugene Ionesco's "The Bald Soprano," the Gala Opening Night Celebration of the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 3, 1998. (17 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1610
2088. "Swamp Gravy," adapted for the stage by Jo Carson, Directed by Dr. Richard Owen Greer, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20 - 22, 1995. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1619
2089. Athol Fugard's "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1620
2090. "The Bald Soprano," by Eugene Ionesco, invitation to a celebration reception fundraiser at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 3, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1625
2091. NOVA Performance Company's "The Medicine Show," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 - 23, 2004. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1638
2092. "Mixtitlan," by Philip Boehm, silent auction catalog for an "Opening Night Fiesta,"at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 7, 1999. (14 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1653
2093. "Hair," music by Galt MacDermot, flyer announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, October 4 - November 4, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1655
2094. Rebecca Ranson's "A Glorietta," program of the play produced at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 through June 11, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_166
2095. "School House Rocks," performed by the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta, program for the encore performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15 - February 11, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1668
2096. 1997-1998 Season, brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1997 - 1998. (7 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1676
2097. "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1679
2098. "Carmen Kittel,' by Georg Seidel, directed by Lore Stefanek, translated by Frank Heibert, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12 - October 6, 1991. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1696
2099. "Bang Bang über Alles," flyer advertising the anti-Ku Klux Klan musical, libretto by June Jordan, music by Adrienne B. Torf, directed by Del Hamilton, and choreographed by Michaelangelo Davis, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 12 - July 13, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1697
2100. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, April 11, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1701
2101. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, December 14, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1706
2102. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, June 7, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1711
2103. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, September 21, 1999. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1715
2104. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, February 21, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1719
2105. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, May 9, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1724
2106. "Tiny Tim Is Dead," by Barbara Lebow, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1991. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1737
2107. "Waiting for Godot," by Samuel Beckett, directed by Walter Asmus, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4 - April 4, 2004. (12 pages and 1 insert) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1751
2108. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, January 18, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1755
2109. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, November 9, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1760
2110. Organizational chart and accompanying documents, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1764
2111. Kenny Leon (seated) and Michael Keck, performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1765
2112. Brenda Bynum and Del Hamilton in Athol Fugard's "A Place with the Pigs," photograph by Jonathan Burnette, production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 18, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1766
2113. Maia Knispel and Daniel Pettrow in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1767
2114. Normando Ismay in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1768
2115. Maia Knispel in Murray Mednick's "Skinwlkers" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1769
2116. Maia Knispel (left) and Rachel Mewborn in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1770
2117. Pierre Brulatour (left) and Daniel Pettrow in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1771
2118. "My Father and the Wars," by Robbie McCauley, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 8 - 10, 1988. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1776
2119. 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 1991. (6 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1783
2120. Program for Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_179
2121. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_180
2122. Financial Audit of 7 Stages Theatre, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1998 and 1999, BDO Seidman, LLP Accountants and Consultants, Atlanta, Georgia, Transmittal letter dated November 12, 1999. (17 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1801
2123. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_181
2124. Production materials for "The Annunciation... sort of: Mary Says 'No'," by Celeste Miller, in preparation for the 7 Stages Theatre production, Atlanta, Georgia, opening night, March 25, 2010. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1814
2125. "7 Stages... Yours to Discover," newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1990. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1819
2126. Del Hamilton, Faye Allen, and Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_182
2127. "American Chestnut," by Karen Finley, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 14 - 17, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1822
2128. 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1991. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1827
2129. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_183
2130. Del Hamilton and Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_184
2131. "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 24, 1996. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1844
2132. "House of Balls," by Patty Lynch, directed by Kent Stephens, flyer promoting performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1845
2133. "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, press release announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2, 1996. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1848
2134. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_185
2135. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, July 13, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1853
2136. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, September 12, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1857
2137. Steven Coulter and Rick Rogers in Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20 - October 14, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_186
2138. "Waiting for Godot," by Samuel Beckett, directed by Walter Asmus, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4 - April 4, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1860
2139. Postcard invitation to opening night performance of Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_187
2140. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, December 5, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1879
2141. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_188
2142. Julie Hebert's "Almost Asleep: A Hero's Journey," a southeastern premiere , postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 6 - 23, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1882
2143. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, October 10, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1887
2144. Faye Allen and Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_189
2145. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_190
2146. Financial audit of 7 Stages Theatre, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, Clifton Harrison, Certified Public Accountants, P.C., Dunwoody, Georgia, Transmittal letter dated December 16, 2003. (13 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1901
2147. "7 Stages: Keepin' You Awake," 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Winter 1992. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1906
2148. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Meeting agenda, Olive Bistro Cafe, Atlanta, Georgia, January 9, 2001. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1908
2149. Steven Coulter and Rick Rogers in Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20 - October 14, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_191
2150. "1969 Terminal 1996," an ensemble work by Susan Yankowitz, directed by Joseph Chaikin, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 16 - 27, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1911
2151. Euclid Avenue, looking south towards the 7 Stages Theatre and Criminal Records, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1912
2152. Euclid Avenue, looking east, at Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993. 7 Stages Theatre and Variety Playhouse are visible on the right | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1913
2153. Euclid Avenue, looking south towards 7 Stages Theatre, Variety Playhouse, and Criminal Records, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1914
2154. Back of 7 Stages Theatre building, on Euclid Avenue, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1915
2155. Back of 7 Stages Theatre building, showing entrance to the Back Door Theatre, Euclid Avenue, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1916
2156. Euclid Avenue, looking south towards the 7 Stages Theatre and Criminal Records, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1917
2157. Mural on the side of the 7 Stages Theatre building, Euclid Avenue, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1918
2158. 7 Stages Theatre and Criminal Records on south side of Euclid Avenue, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1919
2159. Rick Rogers and Steven Coulter in Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20 - October 14, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_192
2160. Jenn Suchanec as Manke and Andrea Studley as Rivkele, in "God of Vengeance" by Sholem Asch, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1920
2161. Jenn Suchanec as Manke and Andrea Studley as Rivkele, in "God of Vengeance" by Sholem Asch, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1921
2162. Jenn Suchanec as Manke and Andrea Studley as Rivkele, in "God of Vengeance" by Sholem Asch, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1922
2163. Jenn Suchanec as Manke and Andrea Studley as Rivkele, in "God of Vengeance" by Sholem Asch, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1923
2164. Jenn Suchanec as Manke and Andrea Studley as Rivkele, in "God of Vengeance" by Sholem Asch, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1924
2165. Jenn Suchanec as Manke and Andrea Studley as Rivkele, in "God of Vengeance" by Sholem Asch, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1925
2166. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_193
2167. "One Journey: Stitching Stories Across the Mexican 'American' Border" and "The 6 Project," program for the performance titled "Indivisible: Stories Beneath the Stars and Stripes," featuring Chelsea Gregory and Yadira De La Riva, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 10, 2011. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1938
2168. Poster advertising the 2011 - 2012 season at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1939
2169. "Go Ye Therefore...," written and performed by Rebecca Mwase and Kathy Randels, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 21 - 24, 2010. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1948
2170. Press packet for "Bananaland: A Central American Theme Park," advertising the performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1953
2171. Invitation to "Bananaland: A Central American Theme Park," performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1955
2172. "Bananaland: A Central American Theme Park," final report on the performance of the art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988. (2 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1958
2173. Narrative for "Bananaland: A Central American Theme Park," performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1967
2174. "Bananaland: A Central American Theme Park," postcard announcing the performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1970
2175. "Bananaland: A Central American Theme Park," flyer announcing the performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1972
2176. "Bananaland: A Central American Theme Park," invitation to the grand opening of the performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1973
2177. Press packet for Athol Fugard's "Sizwe Banzi Is Dead," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986. (3 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1977
2178. "Open Up a Groundbreaking Season of Theatre," season program of plays and special events at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2007 - 2008 season. (12 pages in 11 scans) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1989
2179. 30th Anniversary Season program of plays and special events, 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2009 - 2010 season. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2006
2180. Press packet for "Love and Trouble," a collaboration piece by Pearl Cleage, Zaron Burnett, and Kenneth Leon, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 16 - February 1, 1987. (3 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2010
2181. Press packet for the anti-Ku-Klux Klan musical "Bang Bang über Alles," libretto by June Jordan, music by Adrienne B. Torf, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2023
2182. Press packet for Juli Kearn's "Zurama," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988. (5 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2029
2183. Flyer and press releases for Lamar Alford's "What Drove Mollie Mad" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 24 - August 16, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2034
2184. Flyer and premiere invitation mock-up for Juli Kearn's "Zurama," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988. (2 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2037
2185. "Antigone in New York," by James Glowacki, poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19 - November 20, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2038
2186. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2039
2187. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2040
2188. "Skinwalkers," by Murray Mednick, poster promoting performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2041
2189. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2042
2190. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2043
2191. Michael Keck in Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2044
2192. "The Vessels Project," created by Lelavision, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georiga, November 28 - December 7, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2045
2193. "Maria Kizito," by Erik Ehn, poster advertising performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - October 24, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2046
2194. "Confessions," a play by Charles L. Ross, poster advertising performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - February 2, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2047
2195. "Broken Glass," a play by Arthur Miller, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 15 - June 15, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2048
2196. "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," by Frank McGuinness, poster advertising the performance, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1 - March 5, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2049
2197. "The Little Prince," by Rick Commins and John Scoullar, based on the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, poster advertising the play performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 26, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2050
2198. "Christmas With the Devil and 666," by the Little Five Points Rockstar Orchestra, poster advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 17 - 19, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2051
2199. "A Song for Coretta," by Pearl Cleage, poster advertising performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - February 24, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2052
2200. "The Unpossessed," by the Double Edge Theatre Company, poster advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 16 - 26, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2053
2201. "Crossing the Line" and "The Story of Tea," two plays by Dah Teatar of Belgrade, Serbia, poster advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 4 - 6, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2054
2202. "Hair," music by Galt MacDermont, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 11 - October 10, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2055
2203. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28 - April 19, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2056
2204. "Girls of the 3.5" Floppies," by Louis Enrique Gutierrez-Ortiz Monasterio, poster advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28 - March 2, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2057
2205. "Far Away," by Caryl Churchill, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 27 - November 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2058
2206. "Wizzer Pizzer," by Amy Wheeler, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5 - 29, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2059
2207. Eugene Ionesco's "The Chairs,"directed by Prodan Dimov, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2 - 26, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2060
2208. "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2061
2209. "Flop," a clown play by the Pig Iron Theatre Company, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 24 - March 6, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2062
2210. "Zora," a play by Laurence Holder, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 13 - 22, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2063
2211. "Big Butt Girls, Hard-Headed Women," written and performed by Rhodessa Jones; music and stage direction by Idris Ackamoor, poster announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30 - November 9, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2064
2212. "Boston Marriage" by David Mamet, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10 - April 3, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2065
2213. Caryl Churchill's "A Number," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 13 - November 6, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2066
2214. "Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (A Rave-Fable)," by Caridad Svich, print sheet of 8 fliers for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22 - February 15, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2067
2215. "Angry Fags," a play by Topher Payne, program for the world premiere at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 17, 2013. (24 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2092
2216. "Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell that was Once Her Heart (A Rave-Fable)," by Caridad Svich, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22 - February 15, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2093
2217. Arístides Vargas' "La Casa de Rigoberta Mira al Sur," poster for the 7 Stages production in Spanish, Atlanta, Georgia, November 11 - 14, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2094
2218. Poster for "A Krampus Christmas," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 16 - 18, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2095
2219. NOVA Performance Company's "The Medicine Show," poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 - 23, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2096
2220. "'Master Harold...and the Boys," a play by Athol Fugard, poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22 - May 16, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2097
2221. "Haus Von Dracul, Part 1," an original rock opera by Rob Thomas and the Little 5 Points Rockstar Orchestra, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 10 - 13, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2098
2222. "Go Ye Therefore...," written and performed by Rebecca Mwase and Kathy Randels, poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 21 - 24, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2099
2223. "If It Was Easy," by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III, directed by Stewart F. Lane, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_210
2224. Poster advertising the one-day dance program and silent auction "The 7 in 7 Spectacular Space Showcase," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 8, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2100
2225. "Waiting of Godot," by Samuel Beckett, directed by Walter Asmus, poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4 - April 4, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2101
2226. Bernard Marie Koltes' "The Day of Murders in the History of Hamlet," directed by Thierry De Peretti, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 25, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2102
2227. "So You Think You've Got Muscles," poster advertising "A Body Building Benefit" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 29, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2103
2228. Press release: "7 Stages provides continuing legal education," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4, 2011. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2105
2229. Press release for "indiVISIBLE: Stories from Beneath the Stars and Stripes," featuring Yadira De la Riva and Chelsea Gregory, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 10, 2011. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2108
2230. "In Berlin," written by Jim Grimsley, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - November 5, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2109
2231. "Hush: Composing Blind Tom Wiggins," by Robert Earl Price, poster advertising the world premiere at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2 - March 10, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2110
2232. "In Berlin," by Jim Grimsley, poster advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - November 5, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2111
2233. Jim Grimsley's "The Decline and Fall of the Rest," including "The Borderland" and "The Non and Maya," -- "A Jim Grimsley Celebration." Poster advertising the performance at 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 26, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2112
2234. "Banging Bamboozles," created and performed by Lelavision, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2113
2235. Heiner Müller's "Hamletmachine," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 15 - 18, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2114
2236. "In the Solitude of Cotton Fields" (Dans la solitude des champs de coton), by Bernard-Marie Koltes, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 17, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2115
2237. Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance," directed by Joseph Chaikin, posters advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 16 - June 9, 2002. (3 versions of the poster) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2119
2238. "Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps" written and performed by Scott Turner Schofield, postster advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, January 31 - February 3, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2120
2239. Dario Fo's "The Peasant's Bible," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 22 - September 8, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2121
2240. "Doing Good Things," created by Rahel Savoldelli and Anne Tismer, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georiga, September 6 - 9, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2122
2241. "George and Martha," a political satire by Karen Finley, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 12 - 15, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2123
2242. "Rhythm of the Landscape," created and performed by Lelavision, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 29 - December 7, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2124
2243. "Seduced," a play by Sam Shepard, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 9 - June 1, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2125
2244. "Marx in Soho," by Howard Zinn, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 13 - 14, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2126
2245. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's "Faust" a new adaptation, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 11, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2127
2246. "My Left Breast," by Susan Miller, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1 - 25, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2128
2247. "Come On In My Kitchen," by Robert Earl Price, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 16 - March 12, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2129
2248. "Use Your Imagination: 7 Stages, Thought-Provoking, Headspinning, Mind-Boggling, Nowhere-Else-in-Atlanta Theatre," newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, January - March 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_213
2249. Dah Theatar and 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Maps of Forbidden Remembrance," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages, Atlanta, Georgia, October 17 - 20, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2130
2250. "Nickel and Dimed," by Joan Holden, from the book by Barbara Ehrenreich, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2131
2251. "Faust: A Tragedy of Virtual Damnation," based on the play by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, directed by Matthew Causey, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 17 - October 17, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2132
2252. "Who We Are When You're Not Looking," poster advertising the performance of the original play written by participants in 7 Stages Theatre's "Youth Creates 2006" program, Atlanta, Georgia, August 4 & 5, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2133
2253. "Beckett's Memories," featuring the one-act plays "Krapp's Last Tape" and "Rockaby," by Samuel Beckett, directed by Walter Asmus, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 14 - October 8, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2134
2254. Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs (Combat de negre et de chiens)," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2135
2255. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, February 11, 2003. (6 leaves, plus agenda and summary) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2144
2256. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28 - April 19, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2147
2257. Michaelangelo Davis, choreographer for the anti-Ku-Klux-Klan musical "Bang Bang über Alles," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2148
2258. Cast members in "What Drove Mollie Mad?" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 24 - August 16, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2149
2259. Scene from "Bang Bang über Alles," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2150
2260. Zaron Burnett, Pearl Cleage, and Kenny Leon in a publicity portrait for the multi-media performance collaboration "Love and Trouble," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 19 - February 1, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2151
2261. Scene from "Bang Bang über Alles," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2152
2262. Adrienne Torf, composer of "Bang Bang über Alles," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2153
2263. Scene from "Bang Bang über Alles," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2154
2264. Scene from "Bang Bang über Alles," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2155
2265. Adrienne Torf, composer of "Bang Bang über Alles," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2156
2266. Victor Thomas and June Reddington performing in "What Drove Mollie Mad?" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 24 - August 16, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2157
2267. Adrienne Torf and June Jordan, creators of "Bang Bang über Alles," performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2158
2268. Cast members in "What Drove Mollie Mad?" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 24 - August 16, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2159
2269. "Performance and Art in Little 5 Points," organized by Alternate Roots for the 1996 Summer Olympics, Atlanta, Georgia, June 15 - September 21, 1996. (42 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2202
2270. "Maria Kizito," by Erik Ehn, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - October 24, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2205
2271. "Maria Kizito," by Erik Ehn, opening night invitation and daily box office records for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - October 24, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2209
2272. Irv Wardlow and Lane Whittemore in "Zurama," by Juli Kearns, production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2210
2273. Lane Whittemore and Irv Wardlow in "Zurama," by Juli Kearns, production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2211
2274. Julianne Bernstein and Rodger French in Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2212
2275. Cast portrait, Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2213
2276. Cast of Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," posing on stage at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2214
2277. Cast portrait of Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2215
2278. Cast on stage, in "Cry of the Mantis," by Ralph Günther Mohnnau, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 13, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2216
2279. Del Hamilton in Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," translated by Christopher Martin, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2217
2280. Cast of "The Frog," by Herbert Achternbusch on stage at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2218
2281. Irv Wardlow and George Nikas in "Zurama," by Juli Kearns, production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2219
2282. Cast of "The Frog" by Herbert Achternbusch on stage at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2220
2283. George Nikas as General Somoza, in "Bananaland: A Central America Theme Park," the performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2221
2284. George Nikas and V.J. Trimble, in Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2222
2285. Nita Hardy and Rodger French in "Bananaland: A Central America Theme Park," the performance art piece and multi-media event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2223
2286. George Nikas and V.J. Trimble in Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2224
2287. "Originally Speaking," 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1996. (4 pages.) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2229
2288. "Haus Von Dracul, Part 1," an original rock opera by Rob Thomas and the Little 5 Points Rockstar Orchestra, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 10 - 13, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2238
2289. "Lady Lay," by Lydia Stryk, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 19, 2013. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2251
2290. "Naked Pagan & Uncensored," an evening of poetry, music, dance and theatre, program for event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 31, 2005. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2256
2291. "God of Vengeance," by Sholem Asch, adapted by Stephen Fife, directed by Joseph Chaikin, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2259
2292. "A Krampus Christmas," featuring the Little 5 Points Rockstar Orchestra," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 16 - 18, 2010. (8 pages, plus insert) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2269
2293. Press release for "Nickel and Dimed," a play written by Joan Holden, based on Barbara Eherenreich's book, 7 Stages Theatre's "regional premiere," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2278
2294. Clay Martin (right) in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2279
2295. Yvonne Singh in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2280
2296. Yvonne Singh, as a waitress, in a publicity photo for 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2281
2297. Yvonne Singh, as a waitress, in a publicity photo for 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2282
2298. Denise Arribas in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2283
2299. Yvonne Singh, as a waitress, in a publicity photo for 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2284
2300. Yvonne Singh, as a waitress, in a publicity photo for 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2285
2301. Clay Martin and Dena Malon (seated), being served by Denise Arribas and Mary Claire Dunn, in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2286
2302. Dena Malon and Mary Claire Dunn in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2287
2303. Dena Malon and Mary Claire Dunn, Patricia French, and Denise Arribas in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2288
2304. Denise Arribas and Mary Claire Dunn in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2289
2305. Dena Malon in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2290
2306. Advertising card for "Nickel and Dimed," a play written by Joan Holden, based on Barbara Eherenreich's book, 7 Stages Theatre's "regional premiere," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2291
2307. "Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps," written and performed by Scott Turner Schofield, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, January 31 - February 3, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2294
2308. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," flyer advertising the German production at English Theatre Berlin, Germany, February 13 - 28, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2297
2309. "Faust," by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, directed by Matthew Causey, program of the performance, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 17 - October 17, 1999. 16 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_230
2310. 2005-2006 Season Program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2005-2006. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2314
2311. "Hair," music by Galt MacDermot, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 11 - October 10, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2317
2312. "Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps," written and performed by Scott Turner Schofield, postcard announcing the repeat engagement at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, August 14 - 24, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2320
2313. "One Journey: Stitching Stories Across the Mexican 'American' Border," and "The 6 Project," fliers for the performance titled "Indivisible: Stories Beneath the Stars and Stripes: Women in Social Justice and Performance," featuring Chelsea Gregory and Yadira De La Riva, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 10, 2011. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2323
2314. "In the Solitude of Cotton Fields" (Dans la solitude des champs de coton), by Bernard-Marie Koltes, postcard announcing the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 17, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2326
2315. Eugène Ionesco's "The Bald Soprano," directed by Joseph Chaikin, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1 - 26, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2329
2316. Sam Shepard's "States of Shock," directed by Joseph Chaikin, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2332
2317. Annie Sprinkle's "Herstory of Porn: Reel to Real," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 4 - 8, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2335
2318. "In Search of Tonto Blue," created by Tony Brown and Kari Margolis, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 6 - 9, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2338
2319. "Haus Von Dracul, Part 1," an original rock opera by Rob Thomas and the Little 5 Points Rockstar Orchestra, small card advertising the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 10 - 13, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2341
2320. 2011 - 2012 Season Program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2011 - 2012. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2350
2321. "All Blues," by Robert Earl Price, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 22 - October 9, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2353
2322. Bernard-Marie Koltes' "The Day of Murders in the History of Hamlet," directed by Thierry De Peretti, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 25, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2356
2323. "What Drove Molly Mad?" by Lamar Alford, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 24 - August 16, 1986. (8 pages printed on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2365
2324. "'Master Harold...and the Boys," a play by Athol Fugard, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22 - May 16, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2368
2325. Paste-ups of invitation to opening night celebration of Botho Strauss' "The Park," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 26, 1989. (3 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2372
2326. Promotional materials for Athol Fugard's "'Master Harold... and the Boys," performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22 - May 16, 2004. (12 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2385
2327. Press packet and flyer for Botho Strauss' "The Park," promoting the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 19, 1989. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2396
2328. Leading Ladies Awards 2001, program, for the 7 Stages Theatre awards celebration, Swissotel, Atlanta, Tuesday, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_24
2329. Press packet, fliers, correspondence, and advertisements for Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987. (14 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2411
2330. "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, poster advertising the production in Spanish at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2412
2331. Box-office record for "'Master Harold... and the Boys," performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22 - May 16, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2413
2332. "7 Stages... Yours to Discover," newsletter, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1989. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2418
2333. Celeste Miller's "The Annunciation... Sort of: Mary Says 'No'," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 25 - 28, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2421
2334. 2012 - 2013 season brochure, "The Revolution is Inside," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2012 - 2013. (1 leaf folded three times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2427
2335. Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," directed by Adam Small and Del Hamilton, program of the American premiere at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20 - October 14, 1990. 12 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_243
2336. "7 Stages 2008-2009 Season," brochure, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2008 - 2009. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2440
2337. Fundraising brochure for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984 or 1985. (1 leaf, folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2444
2338. Flyer advertising the 35th Season at 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2013 - 2014. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2446
2339. "1992-93 Season: 7 Smart Moves," brochure, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992 - 1993. (1 leaf, folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2452
2340. "Go Ye Therefore," written and performed by Rebecca Mwase and Kathy Randles, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 21 - 24, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2455
2341. Flyer advertising upcoming shows at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 2011. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2457
2342. "Art Is Food," 1995-1996 Season program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995 - 1996. (1 leaf, folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2463
2343. "Where Else but 7 Stages," 2006-2007 Season brochure, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006 - 2007. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2480
2344. 2010-2011 Season Program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010 - 2011. (1 leaf folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2485
2345. Press release announcing the 2011 - 2012 season at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2487
2346. "Haus von Dracul, Part 1," by Rob Thomas and the Little 5 Points Rockstar Orchestra, press release announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 10 - 13, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2489
2347. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, August 9, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2494
2348. Scene from Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2495
2349. Scene from Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2496
2350. Playwright Paul Kimball Smith, preparing his play "City Hawks" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2497
2351. Richard Sillen in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2498
2352. Tom Marquardt and Carol Haines in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2499
2353. Love and Trouble, poster for a "multi-media performance collaboration" by Pearl Cleage, Zaron Burnett, and Kenneth Leon, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 16 - February 1, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_25
2354. Carol Haines and Richard Sillen in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2500
2355. Del Hamilton, Janet Metzger, and the Deluxe Vaudeville Orchestra, in their performance of "It's a Wonderful Deluxe Holiday on Ice (Without the Ice)," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 22, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2501
2356. Carol Haines in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2502
2357. Richard Sillen and Carol Haines in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2503
2358. Publicity photo for the Deluxe Vaudeville Orchestra's performance of "It's a Wonderful Deluxe Holiday on Ice (Without the Ice)," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 22, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2504
2359. Scene from Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2505
2360. Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," flyer advertising the 7 Stages Theatre's performances at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 10-20, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2506
2361. Scene from Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2507
2362. Tom Marquardt and Carol Haines in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2508
2363. Richard Sillen in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2509
2364. Press packet for Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20 - October 14, 1990. 8 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_252
2365. Postcard announcing "Preaching to the Perverted," starring Holly Hughes, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24-27, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_255
2366. Postcard announcing "Faust: A Tragedy of Virtual Damnation," by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, directed by Matthew Causey, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 17 - October 17, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_258
2367. Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," corrected script, with changes, used in the first production of the play, at 7 Stages Theatre (Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987), copyright 1986. (73 leaves, with 3 leaves of "Voices from Outside.") | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2586
2368. "A Piece of Ground: Finding Hope in the Midst of Disaster," a 7 Stages and Youth Creates original, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 30 - 31, 2010. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2595
2369. "House of Balls," by Patty Lynch; directed by Kent Stephens, poster, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_26
2370. Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!" program for the United Kingdom Tour of 7 Stages Theatre's production, September 19 - October 8, 1994. (15 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2611
2371. "Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps," written and performed by Scott Turner Schofield, program for the repeat engagement at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, August 14 - 24, 2008. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2620
2372. "So You Think You've Got Muscles," program for "A Body Building Benefit," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 29, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2629
2373. "Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps," written and performed by Scott Turner Schofield, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, January 31 - February 3, 2008. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2638
2374. Flier and press releases for Rebecca Ranson's "Warren," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23 - September 1, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_264
2375. "Del and Faye's Formally Outrageous Wedding," program for the event at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 28, 2013. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2649
2376. Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," translated by Christopher Martin, flyer announcing the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2652
2377. "In Search of Tonto Blue," created by Tony Brown and Kari Margolis, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 6 - 9, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2665
2378. Flier and press releases for a new production of revised script of Rebecca Ranson's "Warren," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 22, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_267
2379. Robert Earl Price's "All Blues," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 22 - October 9, 2011. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2682
2380. Eugène Ionesco's "The Bald Soprano," directed by Joseph Chaikin, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1 - 26, 1998. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2695
2381. Poster for the play "The Return and Revenge of the Son of Mama Dada," by Del Hamilton. 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 16 - August 8, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_27
2382. Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance," directed by Joseph Chaikin, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 16 - June 9, 2002. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2712
2383. Bernard Marie Koltes' "The Day of Murders in the History of Hamlet," directed by Thierry de Peretti, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 25, 2010. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2725
2384. Program for James Grimsley's "The Earthlings," a musical science fiction play, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 18, 1984. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_276
2385. Del Hamilton's project description for "Son of Mama/Dada," performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981. (34 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2760
2386. Jon Goldman as Warren in Rebecca Ranson's play "Warren," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23 - September 1, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_277
2387. "Hair," music by Galt MacDermot, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 11 - October 10, 2009. (16 pages, plus insert) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2778
2388. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28 - April 19, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2789
2389. "Wasted," poster for play by Fred Gamel, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 22 - April 21, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_28
2390. Celeste Miller's "The Annunciation... Sort of: Mary Says 'No'," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 25 - 28, 2010. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2802
2391. Kenny Leon performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2803
2392. Michael Keck performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2804
2393. Kenny Leon performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2805
2394. Kenny Leon and Michael Keck performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2806
2395. Michael Keck and Kenny Leon performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2807
2396. Michael Keck performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2808
2397. Michael Hickey, as the Ranch Hand, in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2809
2398. Daniel Pettrow in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2810
2399. Pierre Brulatour in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2811
2400. Sandra Hughes in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2812
2401. Rachel Mewborn in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2813
2402. Maia Knispel in Murray Mednick's 'Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2814
2403. Daniel Pettrow and Maia Knispel in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2815
2404. Press packet for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Skinwalkers," by Murray Mednick, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005. (8 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2824
2405. Truus Bronkhorst's "Klein Volkslied," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - 29, 1995. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2833
2406. Correspondence between playwright John Robinson (San Francisco, California) and Del Hamilton (Atlanta, Georgia), regarding the 7 Stages Theatre production of "Wolves," Fall 1979. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2838
2407. History, purpose, and production history of 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1979 to the 2002-2003 season ( 6 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_284
2408. Karen Finley's "The American Chestnut," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 14 - 17, 1998. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2843
2409. Arben Kumbaro's "Disremember Me," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2846
2410. "You Can't Judge a Book By Looking at the Cover: Sayings from the Life and Writings of Junebug Jabbo Jones," by John O'Neal and Barbara Watkins, flyer advertising the performance at 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - 20, 1985. (2-sided flyer) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2849
2411. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, April 17, 2002. (7 leaves, plus "follow-ups") | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2858
2412. Lelavision's "The Vessels Project," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 28 - December 7, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2861
2413. Press packet for Moliere's "The Miser," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 15 - September 6, 1980. (3 leaves and 1 article on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2866
2414. Production budget: "Orange Earth Working Budget," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_287
2415. Lelavision's "The Vessel Project," marketing materials for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 28 - December 7, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2881
2416. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, June 18, 2002. (17 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2899
2417. Lelavision's "The Vessels Project," postcard invitation to opening night at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 29, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2902
2418. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, May 28, 2002. (6 leaves, plus "follow-ups from last meeting" and agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2911
2419. Interview transcript: "The Orange Earth: An Interview with Adam Small and Del Hamilton," by Philip Arnoult and Carol Baish, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 1990. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_292
2420. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors, Minutes of Meeting, April 8, 2003. (17 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2932
2421. Kent Whipple and Faye Allen in Teddy Hayes' "Hondo Gothic," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2 - 24, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2933
2422. Publicity photograph for "I Remember Mama Dada," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2934
2423. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Marketing Committee. Minutes of meeting, September 30, 2002. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2938
2424. "Big Butt Girls, Hard-Headed Women," written and performed by Rhodessa Jones; music and stage direction by Idris Ackamoor, press packet and box office receipts for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30 - November 9, 2003. (5 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2944
2425. Be Where the Art Is: 1996-1997 Season program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1996-1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2950
2426. Jim Grimsley (Atlanta, Georgia) to Del Hamilton (Atlanta, Georgia) faxed letter, fax dated September 4, 1995. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2952
2427. Press release announcing 2006 - 2007 Season at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 29, 2006. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2956
2428. "Big Butt Girls, Hard-Headed Women," written and performed by Rhodessa Jones; music and stage direction by Idris Ackamoor, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30 - November 9, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2959
2429. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, October 1, 2002. (10 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2971
2430. "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer" postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2974
2431. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Marketing Committee. Emailed minutes of meeting, September 10, 2002. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2978
2432. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, September 5, 2002. (8 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2987
2433. Glenn Rainey and Rush Rehm in Ben Johnson's "The Alchemist," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 27 - April 25, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2988
2434. Henriette Brouwers in Jim Grimsley's "Maya" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 19, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2989
2435. Scene from Jim Grimsley's "The Decline and Fall of the Rest," 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 26, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2990
2436. Donna Edmond and Stuart Culpepper in Jim Grimsley's "The Non" at 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 26, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2991
2437. Scene from Jim Grimsley's "The Decline and Fall of the Rest," 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 26, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2992
2438. 7 Stages's production of "The Orange Earth," program for the play at the Theatre Project, Baltimore, Maryland, October 31 - November 11, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_301
2439. Production materials for "La Casa de Rigoberta Mira al Sur," at 7 Stages Theatre, November 11 - 14, 2004. (21 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3014
2440. Production materials for Nova Performance Company's "The Medicine Show," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19-23, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3019
2441. Flier announcing 7 Stages' Baltimore performance of Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," at the Theatre Project, Baltimore, Maryland, October 31 through November 11, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_302
2442. Sam Shepard's "States of Shock," directed by Joseph Chaikin, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 1999. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3023
2443. Box-office records for "The Medicine Show," performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 - 23, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3025
2444. Steven Coulter and Rick Rogers in Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20 - October 14, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_303
2445. Lelavision's "The Vessels Project," program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 28 - December 7, 2003. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3038
2446. Postcard for opening night performance of Adam Small's "The Orange Earth," directed by Adam Small and Del Hamilton, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_304
2447. "Wizzer Pizzer," by Amy Wheeler, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5 - 29, 2005. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3055
2448. "I Remember Mama, Dada," a play by Del Hamilton, first draft of script, with corrections, Atlanta, Georgia, ca. 1980. (23 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3079
2449. Press packet for Galt MacDermont's "Hair," the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, October 4 - November 4, 1984. (5 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3085
2450. "I Remember Mama, Dada," by Del Hamilton, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3086
2451. Program for 7 Stages Theatre's performance of Montažstroj in "Everybody Goes to Disco from Moscow to San Francisco - Re-Mix, Atlanta, Georgia, September 19 - 22, 1996. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_309
2452. "Taking Leave," publicity photo for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_310
2453. Rebecca Ranson's "Blood on Blood," press packet promoting the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 29, 1987. (15 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3102
2454. Publicity photo in front of City Hall for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_311
2455. 7 Stages Theatre, fiscal year 2002-2003 budget, November 2002. (10 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3113
2456. "Peace Now," publicity photograph in front of City Hall, for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_312
2457. "Hell, No. We Won't Go," Glenn Gordon (center right) and the "tribe" in a publicity photo for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_313
2458. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_314
2459. "Age of Aquarius," a publicity photograph for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_315
2460. 7 Stages Staff Retreat Minutes , July 2, 2002, and 7 Stages Board Retreat minutes, August 10, 2002, with associated documents, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002. (42 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3156
2461. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_316
2462. Invitation to the premiere performance and press releases for Ted Hayes' "Hondo Gothic," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2 - 24, 1987. (5 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3162
2463. 1998-1999 Season, brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998 - 1999. (1 leaf, folded to make 8 pages, scanned as 4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3167
2464. Michael Antony Tatmon and Nathan Mobley in Athol Fugard's "Master Harold...and the Boys," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22 - May 16, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3168
2465. Nathan Mobley, Michael Antony Tatmon, and Isma'il ibn Connor in Athol Fugard's "Master Harold...and the Boys," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22 - May 16, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3169
2466. Publicity photo for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_317
2467. Fundraising letter from Jim Grimsley, for the production of his "In Berlin," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3171
2468. "Wizzer Pizzer": license agreement for production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 2004. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3175
2469. "Wizzer Pizzer," by Amy Wheeler, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5 - 29, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3178
2470. Del Hamilton and Daniel Pettrow in Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3179
2471. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_318
2472. Janice Akers, Del Hamilton, and Isma'il ibn Conner in Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3180
2473. Del Hamilton and Janice Akers in Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3181
2474. "Izmedju Ratova (Between the Wars)," promotional image for the photography exhibition at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3182
2475. Del Hamilton and Isma'il ibn Conner in Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3183
2476. Cast of Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs" backstage, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001. | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3184
2477. Del Hamilton, Janice Akers, and Isma'il ibn Conner in Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3185
2478. Del Hamilton and Janice Akers in Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3186
2479. Daniel Pettrow and Del Hamilton in Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3187
2480. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_319
2481. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_320
2482. "House of Balls," by Patty Lynch; directed by Kent Stephens, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - May 1, 1994. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3200
2483. "Relentless," created by Double Edge Theatre, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 3, 2001. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3205
2484. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_321
2485. "B.B. in LA," a puppet play with music, created by Great Small Works Theatre Company, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27 - 29, 2002. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3210
2486. "Max and Milli, or, Things that Go Bump in the Night," by Volker Ludwig, program for the performance at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3215
2487. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_322
2488. Publicity photo in front of City Hall for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_323
2489. "A Taste for Theatre," program for the wine tasting and silent auction to benefit 7 Stages Theatre, Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center, May 30, 2003. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3232
2490. "Banging Bamboozles," created and performed by Lelavision, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14 - 25, 2001. (6 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3239
2491. "Undesirable Elements," written and directed by Ping Chong, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - 30, 2001. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3248
2492. "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," by Frank McGuinness, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1 - March 5, 1995. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3261
2493. Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs" (Combat de negre et de chiens), 7 Stages Theatre's performance at the CDDB-Théâtre de Lorient , Lorient, France, February 28 - March 8, 2002. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3270
2494. "Nobody's Neighbor," by Onafhankelijk Toneel, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - 29, 1995. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3279
2495. "Hush: Composing Blind Tom Wiggins," by Robert Earl Price, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2 - March 10, 2002. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3292
2496. "Antigone in New York," by Janusz Glowacki, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19 - November 20, 1994. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3305
2497. "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, and "Freeze" and "Baby, Jesus!" by Murray Mednick, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, between November 1 - December 17, 1995. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3322
2498. "Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (A Rave-Fable)," by Caridad Svich, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22 - February 15, 2004. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3327
2499. "Food for the Moon," by Matthew Shelton, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 21, 1985. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3332
2500. "Haiti (A Dream)," by Karen Sunde, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24 - June 10, 1990. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3337
2501. Dario Fo's "The Peasant's Bible," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 22 - September 8, 2002. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3350
2502. "Yardbird's Vamp," by Robert Earl Price, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 18 - May 6, 1990. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3359
2503. Program for 7 Stages Theatre production of the rock musical "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_336
2504. "Seven Stages and the Atlanta Community: An Exciting Team," brochure advertisement for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, ca. 1982. (1 leaf, folded to 6 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3366
2505. "Cry of the Mantis," by Ralph Günther Mohnnau, press releases announcing performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 13, 1990. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3371
2506. 7 Stages Theatre Staff Retreat Minutes. Minutes of meeting, July 02, 2002. (5 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3377
2507. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3378
2508. Jessica Warren in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3379
2509. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3380
2510. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3381
2511. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3382
2512. Del Hamilton and Jessica Warren in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3383
2513. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3384
2514. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3385
2515. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3386
2516. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3387
2517. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3388
2518. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3389
2519. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3390
2520. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3391
2521. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3392
2522. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Son of Mamma Dada," Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3393
2523. Scene from 7 Stages Theatre's production of Samuel Beckett's "Endgame," Atlanta, Georgia, March 29 - April 23, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3394
2524. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3395
2525. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3396
2526. Jessica Warren in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3397
2527. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3398
2528. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3399
2529. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3400
2530. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3401
2531. Scene from 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3402
2532. Scene from 7 Stages Theatre's production of Moliere's "The Misanthrope," Atlanta, Georgia, opening on January 23, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3403
2533. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3404
2534. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3405
2535. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3406
2536. Stuffed Puppet Theatre in "The Nightclub," silent auction benefiting 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3417
2537. "Haiti (A Dream)," by Karen Sunde, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24 - June 10, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3420
2538. "Haiti (A Dream)," by Karen Sunde, press release and PSA announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24 - June 10, 1990. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3423
2539. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," press photo, Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3424
2540. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Sweat," Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3425
2541. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," press photo, Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3426
2542. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3427
2543. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," press photo, Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3428
2544. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Sweat," Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3429
2545. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Sweat," Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3430
2546. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3431
2547. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3432
2548. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Sweat," Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3433
2549. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3434
2550. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Sweat," Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3435
2551. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Sweat," Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3436
2552. Scene from the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Sweat," Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3437
2553. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," press photo, Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3438
2554. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3439
2555. Be Where the Art Is, 7 Stages 1996-1997 Passport, brochure, advertising the productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1996 - 1997. (2 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3442
2556. 7 Stages, Atlanta's International Theatre, 1997-1998 Passport, brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1997 - 1998. (2 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3445
2557. "Rhythm of the Landscape," created and performed by Lelavision, invitation to the gala opening at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 30, 2002. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3450
2558. "Banging Bamboozles," created and performed by Lelavision, postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3453
2559. "If God Came Down...," by Jo Carson, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 11 - 14, 2001. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3455
2560. "Hush: Composing Blind Tom Wiggins," by Robert Earl Price, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2 - March 10, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3458
2561. 7 Stages 1998-1999 Passport brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998 - 1999. (2 sides of folded leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3461
2562. "Hush: Composing Blind Tom Wiggins," by Robert E. Price, proposal to National Services Industries for Title Sponsorship of the 7 Stages Theatre's production, Atlanta, Georgia, transmittal letter dated July 31, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3477
2563. "If God Came Down...," by Jo Carson, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 11-14, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3480
2564. "Banging Bamboozles," created and performed by Lelavision, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14 - 25, 2001. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3482
2565. "B.B. in L.A.," by Great Small Works Theatre Company, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27 - 29, 2002. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3484
2566. "B.B. in LA," a puppet play with music, created by Great Small Works Theatre Company, postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27 - 29, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3487
2567. "B.B. in LA," a puppet play with music, created by Great Small Works Theatre Company, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27 - 29, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3489
2568. Dah Teatar and 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Maps of Forbidden Remembrance," invitation to opening night performance, Atlanta, Georgia, October 17, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3493
2569. Materials supporting the performance of "Veneno para mi marido (Poison for My Husband)," by Alfonso Paso, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 13, 1994. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3498
2570. Dario Fo's "The Peasant's Bible," invitation to the gala benefit opening night, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 24, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3502
2571. Dario Fo's "The Peasant's Bible," postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 22 - September 8, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3505
2572. "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," invitation to the premiere opening party at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 22, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3510
2573. "Antigone in New York," by Janusz Glowacki, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19 - November 20, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3513
2574. "Alone!," a play by Onafhankelijk Toneel, postcard announcing the performance at the 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28-31, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3516
2575. Program for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Soweto! Soweto! Soweto! A Township Is Calling," the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1 - 11, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_353
2576. "7 Stages' Third Annual Leading Ladies Awards: A Gem of an Evening," Grand Ballroom, Four Seasons Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, April 30, 2002. (15 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3532
2577. "Food for the Moon," by Matthew Shelton, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 21, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3534
2578. "Food for the Moon," by Matthew Shelton, press releases announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 21, 1985. (3 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3538
2579. Petition to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (I-129 , Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker) for ZID Theater (Netherlands) performers to be granted permission to stage "Vincent & I" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, documents dated February and March 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3552
2580. Postcard announcing the world premiere of Rebecca Ranson's play "A Glorietta," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 - June 11, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_356
2581. "Tooth of Crime," by Sam Shepard, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 26 - October 19, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3560
2582. National Performance Network, FY2007 Performance Residency Agreement with 7 Stages Theatre for the performance of James Scruggs' "Disposable Men," in Atlanta, Georgia, signed in June and July 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3580
2583. Postcard announcing the performance by Tim Miller of his "Glory Box," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 15 - 17, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_359
2584. Information on "Recalling the Future," community conference at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 15, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3591
2585. 7 Stages 2001-2002 Season: "We're Just Getting Started," brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2001-2002. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3608
2586. "Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That was Once Her Heart (A Rave-Fable)," by Caridad Svich, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22 - February 15, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3611
2587. "Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That was Once Her Heart (A Rave-Fable)," by Caridad Svich, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22 - February 15, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3614
2588. "Undesirable Elements," written and directed by Ping Chong, invitation to a cocktail reception at Bang, before the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 28, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3616
2589. "Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That was Once Her Heart (A Rave-Fable)," by Caridad Svich, box-office earnings for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22 - February 15, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3618
2590. "7 Stages... Yours to Discover," newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 1989. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3623
2591. "Undesirable Elements," written and directed by Ping Chong, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - 30, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3625
2592. "Undesirable Elements," written and directed by Ping Chong, postcard for the performance with The Youth Arts Connection at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - 30, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3628
2593. Proof-sheet of 7 different flyers for the performance of "Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (A Rave-Fable)," by Caridad Svich, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22 - February 15, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3630
2594. "Seduced," a play by Sam Shepard, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 9 - June 1, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3632
2595. "Use Your Imagination: 7 Stages," 2000-2001 season brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2000-2001. (1 leaf folded to 8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3641
2596. 20th Anniversary Season, 1999-2000, brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1999-2000. (1 leaf, folded to 6 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3648
2597. Invitation to the gala opening night performance of Rebecca Ranson's "A Glorietta," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Friday, May 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_365
2598. "7 Stages presents the first annual Leading Ladies Awards," program for the 7 Stages Theatre's production at Swissotel Atlanta, Georgia, April 25, 2000. (24 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3673
2599. Postcard announcing the three-day run of Jim Chappeleaux's "Conversations at a Bathhouse Can Be Tricky," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - 27, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_368
2600. Annie Sprinkle's "Herstory of Porn: Reel to Real," various proposals for sponsorship/partnerships (April-May 1999) for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 4 - 8, 1999. (13 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3687
2601. "Lyssie," a new play by Laurie Stieber, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 21, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3690
2602. 7 Stages presents the third annual Leading Ladies Awards, program for the 7 Stages Theatre event at the Four Seasons Atlanta, Georgia, April 30, 2002. (15 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3706
2603. "Eternal Curse," adapted and directed by Gerrit Timmers from the novel by Manuel Puig, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 10 - October 5, 1997. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3717
2604. "Sun: A Poem for Malcolm X Inspired By His Murder" and "The Owl Answers," by Adrienne Kennedy, and "Tango Palace," by Maria Irene Fornes, program for the three pieces at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 15 - November 8, 1997. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3730
2605. "Eternal Curse," presented by Onafhankelijk Toneel and 7 Stages Theatre, flyer advertising performances in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, London, and Atlanta, July - October 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3733
2606. "House of Balls," by Patty Lynch, directed by Kent Stephens, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3736
2607. "House of Balls," by Patty Lynch, directed by Kent Stephens, invitation to opening night reception at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3739
2608. "Endgame," by Samuel Beckett, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 29 - April 23, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3742
2609. "Psalm 13," presented by the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta, program for production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 13 - June 7, 1998. (12 pages, with one leaf (2 pages) insert) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3757
2610. "Eternal Curse," presented by Onafhankelijk Toneel and 7 Stages Atlanta, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 10 - October 5, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3760
2611. Celeste Miller in "Burning Lake," postcard for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19-22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3763
2612. Reports from Fulton County Arts Council's Ad Hoc Committee on the Arts in Atlanta, Georgia, 1983. (28 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3792
2613. 1982-1983 and 1983-1984 operating budgets, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3794
2614. "Psalm 13," presented by the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 23 - August 23, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3797
2615. Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance," directed by Joseph Chaikin, press release announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 16 - June 9, 2002. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3799
2616. Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance," directed by Joseph Chaikin, rehearsal and production calendar, with contact list, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April - June 2002. (5 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3805
2617. "Antigone in New York," by Janusz Glowacki, postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19 - November 20, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3808
2618. Program for the performance of Jim Chappeleaux's "Conversations at a Bathhouse Can Be Tricky," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - 27, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_381
2619. Montažstroj in "Everybody Goes to Disco from Moscow to San Francisco - Re-Mix," postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 19 - 22, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3811
2620. "Free Zone for Artists," presented by 7 Stages Theater and Arts Festival of Atlanta, postcard for performances at 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 17 - August 4, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3814
2621. Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance," directed by Joseph Chaikin, flyer advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 16 - June 9, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3817
2622. Joseph Chaikin in "War in Heaven," by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin, and "Texts for Nothing," by Samuel Beckett, postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 5 - 6, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3820
2623. "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, musical score by Sirone, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3823
2624. "Sun: A Poem for Malcolm X Inspired by His Murder" and "The Owl Answers," by Adrienne Kennedy, and "Tango Palace," by Maria Irene Fornes, postcard for the three pieces performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 15 - November 8, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3826
2625. Press release announcing the 23rd season of 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1, 2002. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3829
2626. Draft fundraising letter to 7 Stages Theatre Board Members, Atlanta, Georgia, December 20, 2001. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3832
2627. Jim Grimsley Celebration: "The Non and Maya: The Decline and Fall of the Rest" and "The Borderland," postcard for the performance at 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 26, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3835
2628. Invitation to the gala premiere of Vanessa Shaw's "Marian Anderson: A Credit to the Race," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 3, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_384
2629. Fiscal years 2000 and 2001 analytical budget to June 30, 2001, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, prepared October 11, 2001. (9 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3845
2630. 7 Stages Theatre's revised By-Laws, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 2002. (18 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3864
2631. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Board meeting of August 5, 2003, with proposed new bylaws, Atlanta, Georgia, August 5, 2003. (35 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3900
2632. "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, postcard for the production in Spanish at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3903
2633. "2005-2006 Season Subscriber Perks," 7 Stages Theatre coupon book, Atlanta, Georgia, 2005. (28 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3932
2634. "Where Else But 7 Stages: The 2003-2004 Season," brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2003-2004. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3949
2635. Molière's "The Misanthrope," directed by Frank Miller, press release and director's notes, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 23 - February 23, 1986. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3954
2636. Molière's "The Misanthrope," flyer advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 23 - February 23, 1986. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3956
2637. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors, Minutes of Meeting, May 9, 2006. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3960
2638. "Yardbird's Vamp," by Robert Earl Price, press releases announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 18 - May 6, 1990. (9 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3970
2639. "Prepare Yourself... for more than you could ever imagine," 23rd Season Program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002-2003. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3987
2640. Bertolt Brecht's "In the Jungle of Cities," translation by Philip Boehm, postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 18 - March 15, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3990
2641. "7 Stages Educational Programs for 2002-2003,"including lesson plans, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002. (18 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4009
2642. Program for the 7 Stages Theatre's performance of Jim Grimsley's "In Berlin," Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - November 5, 2000. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_401
2643. Financial Statements, Years Ended June 30, 1997 and 1998, BDO Seidman, LLP, audit of 7 Stages Theatre finances, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1998. (16 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4026
2644. Correspondence: Del Hamilton (Atlanta, Ga.), Carrol Lasker (Stony Book, NY) Miles King (Atlanta, Ga.), June Schneider (Atlanta, Ga.), and Nancy Kearns (Atlanta, Ga.), concerning the production of "Kanna, He Is Coming Home," by Adam Small, at 7 Stages Theatre (March 21 - April 21, 1985), August 4 - October 29, 1984. (7 letters on 9 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4036
2645. Postcard announcing the production of Karen Finley's "Shut Up and Love Me," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 17 - 19, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_404
2646. Financial audit - Fiscal year ending June 30, 2000, EWM Group ,PC, for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2, 2001. (12 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4049
2647. Four pencil sketches by Miles King for the staging of Adam Small's "Kanna, He Is Coming Home," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4054
2648. "Kanna, He Is Coming Home," by Adam Small, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21 - April 21, 1985. (9 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4064
2649. Post card announcing the limited run of Vanessa Shaw's "Marian Anderson: A Credit to the Race," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 3-7, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_407
2650. Financial audit - Fiscal years ending June 30, 2000 and June 30, 2001, EWM Group, PC, for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 6, 2001. (13 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4078
2651. September 1986- June 1987 Season, press release announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1986. (3 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4082
2652. Del Hamilton's email, concerning 7 Stages Theatre's production of Erik Ehn's "Maria Kizito," Atlanta, Georgia, August 18, 2003. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4086
2653. Directory of 7 Stages Theatre's Board of Directors and staff, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4091
2654. "Bang Bang über Alles," program of an anti-Ku Klux Klan musical, libretto by June Jordan, music by Adrienne B. Torf, directed by Del Hamilton, and choreograph by Michaelangelo Davis, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_41
2655. Financial Statements, year ended June 30, 1996, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 28, 1996. (13 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4105
2656. Program for the performance of Vanessa Shaw's "Marian Anderson: A Credit to the Race," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 3 - 7, 1999. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_412
2657. Financial Statements (with supplemental material), year ended June 30, 1994, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 14, 1994. (14 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4120
2658. Financial Statements (with supplemental material), six months ended June 30, 1993 and year ended December 31, 1992, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 19, 1993. (16 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4137
2659. Musical revue based on the music of Jacques Brel: "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, opening June 6, 1985. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4146
2660. Rehearsal schedule for 7 Stages Theatre's production of William Shakespeare's "Tempest," Atlanta, Georgia, March 1 - April 17, 1980. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_415
2661. Financial Statements, years ended June 30, 1997 and 1996, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 19, 1997. (18 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4165
2662. Typescript letter (carbon): Del Hamilton, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, to Chuck Lower, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, December 18, 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_417
2663. July 1987 - June 1988 Season, press release announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1987-1988. (7 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4173
2664. Financial Statements (with supplemental material), years ended June 30, 1995 and 1994, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27, 1995. (14 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4188
2665. Great Small Works Theatre Company's production of "B.B. in LA," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27 - 29, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4189
2666. Rhodessa Jones' "Hot Flashes, Power Surges & Private Summers," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16 - 26, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4190
2667. Carolyn Cook in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4191
2668. Carolyn Cook, LeRoy Mitchell, Jr., and Saul Stacey Williams in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4192
2669. Chris Bouchard in "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 6 - August 11, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4193
2670. Carolyn Cook in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4194
2671. Dikran Tulaine and Del Hamilton in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4195
2672. Tracy Buckner in "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 6 - August 11, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4196
2673. Dikran Tulaine and Del Hamilton in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4197
2674. Dikran Tulaine and Del Hamilton in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4198
2675. Raymond Barry in "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 6 - August 11, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4199
2676. Poster for "Mr. Universe," a play by Jim Grimsley, directed by Steven Kent, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_42
2677. Saul Stacey Williams and LeRoy Mitchell, Jr. in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4200
2678. Saul Stacey Williams (left) and LeRoy Mitchell, Jr. in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4201
2679. Saul Stacey Williams (left) and LeRoy Mitchell, Jr. in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4202
2680. Del Hamilton and Marianne Hammock in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4203
2681. Don Finney in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4204
2682. Del Hamilton and Marianne Hammock in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4205
2683. Don Finney in publicity photo for Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4206
2684. Saul Stacey Williams in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4207
2685. Cast of "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 6 - August 11, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4208
2686. Saul Stacey Williams (seated) and LeRoy Mitchell, Jr. in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4209
2687. Don Finney, Marianne Hammock, and Del Hamilton in publicity photo for Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4210
2688. Faye Allen and Del Hamilton in Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4211
2689. Bar scene associated with Celeste Miller's "Heartbreak Heroine," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 10-20, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4212
2690. Don Finney, Ed Corbin, and Peter Thomasson in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 11 - May 12, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4213
2691. Scene from Samuel Beckett's "Waiting For Godot," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2 - May 3, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4214
2692. David Olsen, Del Hamilton, and Celeste Miller in Miller's "Heartbreak Heroine," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 10-20, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4215
2693. Faye Allen in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4216
2694. Scene from Jim Grimsley's "White People," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4217
2695. Honorees at 7 Stages Theatre's Leading Lady Awards, Swissotel, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4218
2696. Del Hamilton and Shawn Shepard in Bertolt Brecht's "In the Jungle of Cities," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 18 - March 15, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4219
2697. Faye Allen and Del Hamilton with the Leading Lady Awards honorees, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4220
2698. Scene from Botho Strauss' "The Park," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 19, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4221
2699. Scene from Botho Strauss' "The Park," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 19, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4222
2700. Honoree Jane Fonda speaking at 7 Stages Theatre's second Leading Lady Awards, Swissotel, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4223
2701. Jim Brooks (left) and Rick Rogers in Botho Strauss' "The Park," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 19, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4224
2702. Scene from Botho Strauss' "The Park," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 19, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4225
2703. Scene from Jim Grimsley's "White People," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4226
2704. Jennifer Johnson and John Peitso in Double Edge Theatre's "Relentless," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 3, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4227
2705. John Peitso and Jennifer Johnson in Double Edge Theatre's "Relentless," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 3, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4228
2706. Del Hamilton in Jim Grimsley's "White People," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4229
2707. Second annual 7 Stages Theatre's Leading Lady Awards honorees, Swissotel, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4230
2708. Scene from Jim Grimsley's "White People," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4231
2709. Megan Stern and Christopher Cannon, performing selection from "Pinocchio's Adventures" at the second annual Leading Lady Awards, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4232
2710. Del Hamilton and Faye Allen at 7 Stages Theatre's second annual Leading Lady Awards, Swissotel, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4233
2711. Jennifer Johnson in Double Edge Theatre's "Relentless," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 3, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4234
2712. Scene from "Relentless," by Double Edge Theatre, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 3, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4235
2713. Robert Earl Price at the second annual Leading Lady Awards, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4236
2714. Scene from Botho Strauss' "The Park," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 19, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4237
2715. Del Hamilton (left) and Frank Wittow in Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4238
2716. Scene from Jim Grimsley's "White People," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4239
2717. Del Hamilton (left) and Frank Wittow in Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4240
2718. Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta performing at the second annual Leading Lady Awards, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4241
2719. Del Hamilton and Ann Cramer at the IBM table, 7 Stages Theatre's Leading Lady Awards, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4242
2720. Scene from Jim Grimsley's "White People," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4243
2721. Cast of Jim Grimsley's "White People," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4244
2722. Scene from Botho Strauss' "The Park," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 19, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4245
2723. Invitation to 7 Stages Theatre's "A Taste for Theatre," wine tasting and silent auction, Cator Woolford Gardens, Atlanta, Georgia, May 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4250
2724. Youth Creates 2006, summer program:"Who We Are When You're Not Looking," brochure advertising the program at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 5 - August 6, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4257
2725. Press releases, radio broadcast notes (PSA) and other public relations for 7 Stages Theatre's production of William Shakespeare's "Tempest," Atlanta, Georgia, April 17 - May 24, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_426
2726. Invitation to "7 Cakes To Celebrate," fundraiser celebrating 7 Stages Theatre's 25th anniversary, at the Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, September 10, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4262
2727. Postcard advertising Southern Theater Conspiracy's "Women behind Bars," and 7 Stages production of "The Tooth of Crime," Atlanta, Georgia, October 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_427
2728. Dah Theatar and 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Maps of Forbidden Remembrance," program for the performance at 7 Stages, Atlanta, Georgia, October 17 - 20, 2002. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4271
2729. Resume prepared for 7 Stages Theatre's Artistic Director, Del Hamilton, Atlanta, Georgia, ca. 1979. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_428
2730. Eugene Ionesco's "The Chairs,"directed by Prodan Dimov, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2 - 26, 2003. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4288
2731. George Mengert, left, as Prospero, and Jon Menick as Caliban, in William Shakespeare's "Tempest," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17 - May 24, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_429
2732. Flyer advertising a concert and a poetry reading, Ginni Clemmens and Franklin Abbot performing in Athens, Georgia (October 26. 1985) and at 7 Stages Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, on October 26, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4290
2733. Nicholas Kazan's "Southern Comfort," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 3, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4292
2734. Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," poster advertising the performance of the play at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 9 - March 13, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4294
2735. Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," poster advertising the performance of the play at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 21 - November 15, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4296
2736. Ted Hayes' "Hondo Gothic,"poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2 - 24, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4298
2737. "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," musical revue of the songs of Jacques Brel, poster, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, opening June 6, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_43
2738. Athol Fugard's "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4300
2739. Anton Chehkov's "Three Sisters," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 16 - February 8, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4302
2740. Junebug Theater Project's "Ain't No Use in Goin' Home, Jodie's Got Your Gal and Gone," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7 - 25, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4304
2741. George King and Ruby Lerner's "Bananaland: A Central America Theme Park," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - 24, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4306
2742. Alonzo D. Lamont, Jr.'s "Vivisections From the Blown Mind," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1 - 23, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4308
2743. Sam Shepard's "Buried Child," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 14 - February 13, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4310
2744. Bertolt Brecht's "The Three Penny Opera," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, April 21 - May 8, 1983 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4312
2745. Adam Small's "Kanna, He Is Coming Home," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21 - April 21, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4314
2746. Rebecca Ranson's "Blood on Blood," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6-29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4316
2747. Double Edge Theatre Company's "The Unpossessed," postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 16 - 26, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4319
2748. Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 8 - June 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4321
2749. Poster advertising "Music, Art, Dance," a multi-discipline performance with Leroy Jenkins, Felicia Norton, and Mark Dendy, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 9-11, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4323
2750. Del Hamilton's "Burning Bridges and the Troll: A Comedy with Music," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24 - June 16, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4325
2751. Rebecca Ranson's "Desperadoes: A Trilogy," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 20 - September 12, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4327
2752. Sarah Kane's "4.48 Psychosis," directed by Jhana Grant, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 22 - 23, 2008. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4336
2753. 7 Stages presents "Below the Line: Southern Theatre As Literature," brochure and schedule, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 10 - 12, 1991. (6 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4343
2754. Contract between 7 Stages Theatre and Philip Boehm for the production of Boehm's play "Mixitlan," Atlanta, Georgia, April 5, 1999. (unsigned, 3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4347
2755. Del Hamilton's "Artistic Director's Statement," 7 Stages Theatre -- Jim Grimsley's "In Berlin," Atlanta, Georgia, December 1, 1997. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4350
2756. Symposium "Below the Line: Southern Theatre as Literature," press release and symposium agenda, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 10 - 12, 1991. (8 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4359
2757. Horizons School & 7 Stages present "A Bird of Prey," written by Jim Grimsley, directed by Heidi Howard, program for the performance at Horizons School, Atlanta, Georgia, February 9, 2001. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4372
2758. Double Edge Theatre's "The Unpossessed," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 16 - 26, 2006. (15 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4388
2759. Production materials for Jim Grimsley's "A Bird of Prey," directed by 7 Stages Theatre's Heidi Howard, at Horizons School, Atlanta, Georgia, February 9 - 10, 2001. (8 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4397
2760. "Baby, Jesus!" and "Freeze," poster for two plays by Murray Mednick, directed by Tim Habeger. 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 10 - December 17, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_44
2761. Bernard-Marie Koltes' "In the Solitude of Cotton Fields," rehearsal calendar for 7 Stages Theatre's production , Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 -May 17, 2008. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4401
2762. Joan Holden's "Nickel and Dimed," from the book by Barbara Ehrenreich, production calendar and budget for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4410
2763. Card advertising Word Diversity Collective and 7 Stages Theatre's New Year's Eve program"Naked Pagan & Uncensored," an evening of poetry, music, dance and theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 31, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4413
2764. Poetry reading and premier performance of "March to the Mother Sea," in "An evening with Judy Grahn," poster advertising her performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4415
2765. Rainer Werner Fassbinder's "Katzelmacher," poster of the play performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 27 - November 20, 1983 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4417
2766. June Jordan and Adrienne B. Torf's "Bang Bang über Alles," poster advertising the anti-Ku Klux Klan musical, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 12 - July 13, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4419
2767. Michael McClure's "General Gorgeous," poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15 - February 7, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4421
2768. Robert Earl Price's "All Blues," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 22 - October 9, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4423
2769. Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot," directed by Joseph Chaikin, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2 - May 3, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4425
2770. Kodac Harrison's "intoodeep," an abstract painting of music, dance and spoken word, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 13 - 14, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4427
2771. 7 Stages and Java Lords present "Krampus Xmas Spectacular," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 8 - 10, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4429
2772. Pamela Turner's "Hidden Man," with Russell Blackmon, directed by Del Hamilton, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 8 - 25, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4431
2773. 7 Stages' Youth Creates 2011 presents "Yours Truly, XA.R.T," poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 29 - 30, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4433
2774. Youth Creates' "Are You Going to Answer That?," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 27 - 28, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4435
2775. John Robinson's "Wolves," poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 9 - December 2, 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4437
2776. Robert Earl Price's "All Blues," poster advertising the performances at Decker Theatre, Gibson Center for the Arts, Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland, September 15 - 17, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4439
2777. Tim Miller's "Lay of the Land," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 10 - 13, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4441
2778. "Street Life and Unity," a musical comedy by Veronica Nowag-Jones and Sirone, poster advertising performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1 - 4, 8 - 11, 15 - 18, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4444
2779. Kodac Harrison's "Reach For The Moon," directed by Del Hamilton, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 20-23, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4447
2780. Tim Miller's "Lay of the Land," postcard for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 10 - 13, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4450
2781. Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," directed by Del Hamilton, business-card advertisement for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 28 - June 19, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4453
2782. Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," directed by Del Hamilton, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 28 - June 19, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4456
2783. James Scrugg's "Disposable Men," directed by Kristin Marting, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 13-16, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4459
2784. Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," directed by Del Hamilton, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18 - November 2, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4462
2785. Rahel Savoldelli and Anne Tismer's "Doing Good Things," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 6 - 9, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4465
2786. "Seven Stages, Inc. Multi Year Plan, 1994 - 1996," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993. (17 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_447
2787. Bobby Don Bloodworth's "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," directed by Del Hamilton, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003. (14 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4480
2788. James Scrugg's "Disposable Men," directed by Kristin Marting, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 13 - 16, 2008. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4491
2789. Poster for "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1 - December 10, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_45
2790. Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," directed by Del Hamilton, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18 - November 2, 2008. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4502
2791. Invitation to gala opening of "Hot Flashes, Power Surges & Private Summers," performance by Rhodessa Jones, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_451
2792. Rahel Savoldelli and Anne Tismer's "Doing Good Things," program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 6 - 9, 2007. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4511
2793. 7 Stages Theatre presents Cultural Odyssey's production of "The LOVE Project," written by Pearl Cleage, Zaron Burnett, Rhodessa Jones and Idris Ackamoor, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 26 - March 8, 2009. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4520
2794. Joan Holden's "Nickel and Dimed," from the book by Barbara Ehrenreich, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006. (13 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4534
2795. Tim Miller's "Lay of the Land," program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 10 - 13, 2011. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4543
2796. Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," directed by Del Hamilton, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 28 - June 19, 2011. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4556
2797. Little 5 Points Rockstar Orchestra in concert, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 30, 2012. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4561
2798. 7 Stages Theatre presents "The Banana Rapture of 2012," devised and performed by Absolute...Step Ensemble program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 29 - 30, 2010. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4572
2799. 7 Stages Theatre presents "Dude, Where's My Planet?!?," created by 2009 Youth Creates Ensemble, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 7 - 8, 2009. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4583
2800. Louis Enrique Gutierrez-Ortiz Monasterio's "Girls of the 3.5" Floppies," program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28 - March 2, 2008. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4592
2801. Press Photograph of Arben Kumbaro, author and director of "Disremember Me," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 28 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4593
2802. Heather Heath on stage in "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4594
2803. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me" press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4595
2804. Del Hamilton and Jessica Warren in a scene from "Disremember Me," by Arben Kumbaro at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4596
2805. Del Hamilton and Tim Habeger in a scene from "Disremember Me," by Arben Kumbaro at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4597
2806. Photo of cast members from "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4598
2807. Scene from "Eternal Curse," presented by Onafhankelijk Toneel, adapted and directed by Gerrit Timmers from the novel by Manuel Puig, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 10 - October 5, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4599
2808. David Milford on stage in "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4600
2809. Cast members on stage in "Eternal Curse," presented by Onafhankelijk Toneel, adapted and directed by Gerrit Timmers from the novel by Manuel Puig, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 10 - October 5, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4601
2810. Judi Kearns' play "Zurama," cast photo, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4602
2811. Scene from "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4603
2812. Scene from "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4604
2813. Scene from "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4605
2814. Scene from "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4606
2815. Don Finney in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Tango Palace," by Maria Irene Fornes, press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 15 - November 8, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4607
2816. Scene from "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4608
2817. Scene from "Eternal Curse," presented by Onafhankelijk Toneel, adapted and directed by Gerrit Timmers from the novel by Manuel Puig, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 10 - October 5, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4609
2818. Scene from "Cry of the Mantis," by Ralph Günther Mohnnau, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 13, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4610
2819. Jim Roof and Rachel Fowler on stage in "All My Sons," by Arthur Miller, directed by Joseph Chaikin and Anders Cato, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 13, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4611
2820. Photo from rehearsal of "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, between November 1 - December 17, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4612
2821. Scene from "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, between November 1 - December 17, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4613
2822. Scene from "Whispering to Horses," by Jo Carson, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4614
2823. Photograph of cast members from "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, between November 1 - December 17, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4615
2824. Faye Allen and Del Hamilton on stage in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," directed by Joseph Chaikin and Anders Cato, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 13, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4616
2825. Neville Tranter from Stuffed Puppet Theatre's "The Nightclub," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4617
2826. Scene from Stuffed Puppet Theatre's "The Nightclub," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4618
2827. Rachel Fowler and Del Hamilton on stage in "All My Sons," by Arthur Miller, directed by Joseph Chaikin and Anders Cato, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 13, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4619
2828. Scene from "Cry of the Mantis," by Ralph Günther Mohnnau, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 13, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4620
2829. Scene from Stuffed Puppet Theatre's "The Nightclub," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4621
2830. Cast on stage in "Times," a play by Atlanta Youth Ensemble at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4622
2831. Jim Roof and Del Hamilton on stage in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," directed by Joseph Chaikin and Anders Cato, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 13, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4623
2832. Romana Vrede, Del Hamilton, and Michael Sahr Ngaujah on stage in "Eternal Curse," presented by Onafhankelijk Toneel, adapted and directed by Gerrit Timmers from the novel by Manuel Puig, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 10 - October 5, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4624
2833. Photo from rehearsal of "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, between November 1 - December 17, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4625
2834. Scene from "Cry of the Mantis," by Ralph Günther Mohnnau, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 13, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4626
2835. Scene from "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, between November 1 - December 17, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4627
2836. Scene Breakdown for "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," directed by Del Hamilton, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2003. (16 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4644
2837. Preliminary planning documents, "7 Stages Strategic Plan, FY2006 - FY2008," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer - November 2004. (17 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_469
2838. Budget Proposals for 7 Stages Main Stage Improvements, by Robert M. Cain with the Beers Construction Company, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25, 1994. (51 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4696
2839. Volker Ludwig's "Max and Milli," press release for the performance at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994. | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4699
2840. Rehearsal Reports for "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," directed by Del Hamilton, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 4 - 6, 2003. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4702
2841. Scene from "In Berlin," by Jim Grimsley, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - November 5, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4703
2842. Faye Allen and Wayne Maugans in "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4704
2843. Scene from "Max and Milli," by Volker Ludwig, at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4705
2844. Photo for the production of "Sweat," written and directed by Walter Kefuoe Chakela, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2 - 25, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4706
2845. Truus Bronkhorst performing in "Klein Volkslied," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4707
2846. An Evening with The Little 5 Points Rockstar Orchestra with Special Guest Till Someone Loses an Eye, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 30, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4708
2847. Cast from "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4709
2848. Scene from "Blue Monk," by Robert Earl Price at the Windybrow Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 10 - May 4, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4710
2849. Truus Bronkhorst and Marien Jongewaard performing in "Klein Volkslied," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4711
2850. Truus Bronkhorst performing in "Klein Volkslied," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4712
2851. Scene from "Max and Milli," by Volker Ludwig, at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4713
2852. Scene from "In Berlin," by Jim Grimsley, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - November 5, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4714
2853. Scene from "In Berlin," by Jim Grimsley, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - November 5, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4715
2854. Photograph of Del Hamilton in front of 7 Stages Theatre for the production of "Max and Milli," by Volker Ludwig, at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4716
2855. Truus Bronkhorst performing in "Klein Volkslied," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4717
2856. Scene from "Night Sky," by Susan Yankowitz, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3-28, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4718
2857. Scene from "Carmen Kittel," by Georg Seidel, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12 - October 6, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4719
2858. Carol Mittchel and Matthew Shelton in "Food For The Moon," by Matthew Shelton, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 21, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4720
2859. Scene from "Carmen Kittel," by Georg Seidel, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12 - October 6, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4721
2860. Rosa Fernandez and Elizabeth Ackermann in "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4722
2861. Scene from "Blue Monk," by Robert Earl Price at the Windybrow Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 10 - May 4, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4723
2862. Scene from "Blue Monk," by Robert Earl Price at the Windybrow Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 10 - May 4, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4724
2863. Elizabeth Ackermann in "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4725
2864. Scene from "Carmen Kittel," by Georg Seidel, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12 - October 6, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4726
2865. Scene from "Blue Monk," by Robert Earl Price at the Windybrow Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 10 - May 4, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4727
2866. Elizabeth Ackerman and Rosa Fernandez in "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4728
2867. Truus Bronkhorst performing in "Klein Volkslied," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4729
2868. Rosa Fernandez and Elizabeth Ackermann in "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4730
2869. Scene from "Max and Milli," by Volker Ludwig, at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4731
2870. Scene from "Blue Monk," by Robert Earl Price at the Windybrow Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 10 - May 4, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4732
2871. Scene from "Carmen Kittel," by Georg Seidel, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12 - October 6, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4733
2872. Scene from "Carmen Kittel," by Georg Seidel, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12 - October 6, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4734
2873. Rosa Fernandez and Elizabeth Ackermann in "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4735
2874. Rosa Fernandez in "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4736
2875. Scene from "Night Sky," by Susan Yankowitz, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3-28, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4737
2876. Scene from "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," by Frank McGuinness, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1 - March 5, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4738
2877. Scene from "Blue Monk," by Robert Earl Price at the Windybrow Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 10 - May 4, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4739
2878. Scene from "Max and Milli," by Volker Ludwig, at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4740
2879. Thomas Ahrens and Del Hamilton outside 7 Stages Theatre before the performance of "Max and Milli," by Volker Ludwig, at the Arts Festival of Atlanta, September 21, 22 and 25, and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 29, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4741
2880. Scene from "Night Sky," by Susan Yankowitz, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 28, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4742
2881. Truus Bronkhorst performing in "Klein Volkslied," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4743
2882. 7 Stages and the National Black Touring Circuit present "Zora Neale Hurston," by Laurence Holder, directed by Wynn Handman, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 19 - 23, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4746
2883. Press Release announcing Green Grant for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 8, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4748
2884. Pamela Turner's "Hidden Man," with Russell Blackmon, directed by Del Hamilton, advertising card for the performancess at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 8 - 25, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4751
2885. Pamela Turner's "Hidden Man," with Russell Blackmon, directed by Del Hamilton, postcard advertising the performances at Cellar Theatre, Athens, Georgia, February 23 - March 4, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4754
2886. Pearl Cleage's "A Song for Coretta," theater program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - February 24, 2008. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4763
2887. 7 Stages' Youth Creates presents "Are You Ready?" brochure for the summer program at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7 - August 9, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4768
2888. Taste for Theatre, save the date card for a wine tasting and silent auction to benefit 7 Stages Theatre, Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center, Atlanta, Georgia, April 16, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4771
2889. Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," postcard announcing the performance of the play at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 21 - November 15, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4774
2890. Heiner Müller's "Hamletmachine" postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 15 - 18, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4777
2891. Taste for Theatre, program for the wine tasting and silent auction to benefit 7 Stages Theatre, Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center, Atlanta, Georgia, May 9, 2008. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4786
2892. Rick Commins and John Scoullar's "The Little Prince," based on the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27 - October 26, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4789
2893. Taste for Theatre, invitation to the wine tasting and silent auction to benefit 7 Stages Theatre, Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4793
2894. Sam Shepard's "Buried Child," directed by Veronika Nowag-Jones, advertising card for performances at English Theatre Berlin, Berlin, Germany, April 15 - May 2, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4796
2895. Onafhankelijk Toneel's "Happy Endings," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 13, 1994. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4805

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