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1. "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
2. 1982-1983 and 1983-1984 operating budgets, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3794
3. 1984-1985 Season press release at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 24, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5337
4. "1992-93 Season: 7 Smart Moves," brochure, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992 - 1993. (1 leaf, folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2452
5. 1993-1994 Season, brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993 - 1994. (1 leaf, folded to make 8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5832
6. 1997-1998 Season, brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1997 - 1998. (7 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1676
7. 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
8. 2004-2005 planning and financial documents for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5643
9. 2005-2006 Season Program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2005-2006. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2314
10. "2005-2006 Season Subscriber Perks," 7 Stages Theatre coupon book, Atlanta, Georgia, 2005. (28 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3932
11. 2010-2011 Season Program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010 - 2011. (1 leaf folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2485
12. 2011 - 2012 Season Program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2011 - 2012. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2350
13. 2012 - 2013 season brochure, "The Revolution is Inside," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2012 - 2013. (1 leaf folded three times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2427
14. 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
15. 30th Anniversary Season program of plays and special events, 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2009 - 2010 season. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2006
16. 7 Stages 1998-1999 Passport brochure, advertising productions at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998 - 1999. (2 sides of folded leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5955
17. 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
18. "7 Stages 2008-2009 Season," brochure, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2008 - 2009. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2440
19. 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
20. 7 Stages and Levy Arts presents "Marx in Soho," by Howard Zinn, directed by Michael Fox Kennedy, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 13 - 14, 2007. (2 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6223
21. 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
22. 7 Stages and The TULA Foundation present Stuffed Puppet Theatre in "Manipulator and Underdog," postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 28 - May 1, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5811
23. 7 Stages and The TULA Foundation present Stuffed Puppet Theatre's "Manipulator and Underdog," program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 28 - May 1, 1993. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5725
24. 7 Stages Education Programs, brochure for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6151
25. "7 Stages Educational Programs for 2002-2003,"including lesson plans, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002. (18 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4009
26. 7 Stages Ink: newsletter from the 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1995. 4 pages | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1374
27. 7 Stages Playing Now, flyer advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6167
28. 7 Stages presents "Alma," directed by Ruth Leitman, press release announcing film screening at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22-28, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5950
29. 7 Stages presents "An Evening With Quentin Crisp," postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 8 - 11, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5757
30. 7 Stages presents "An Evening With Quentin Crisp," written and performed by Quentin Crisp, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 8 - 11, 1999. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5837
31. 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
32. 7 Stages presents "Curious Encounters," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 14-15, 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6184
33. 7 Stages presents "Dracula: The Rock Opera," composed by Rob Thompson, Naomi Lavender, Chris Love and Sam McPherson, directed by Del Hamilton with Justin Welborn, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 13 - October 14, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6179
34. 7 Stages presents "Dracula: The Rock Opera," composed by Rob Thompson, Naomi Lavender, Chris Love and Sam McPherson, directed by Del Hamilton with Justin Welborn, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 13 - October 14, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6183
35. 7 Stages presents "Dracula: The Rock Opera," composed by Rob Thompson, Naomi Lavender, Chris Love and Sam McPherson, directed by Del Hamilton with Justin Welborn, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 13 - October 14, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6186
36. 7 Stages presents "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981. (2 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5045
37. 7 Stages presents "If The Art Fits," by Youth Creates, directed by Heidi S Howard, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 3 and 4, 2007. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5485
38. 7 Stages presents "Red Badge of Courage," flyer advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27 - March 23, 2014 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6499
39. 7 Stages presents "Red Badge of Courage," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27 - March 23, 2014 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6177
40. 7 Stages presents "Scratch and Burn by Teo Castellanos D-Projects in Miami, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 4, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5685
41. 7 Stages presents "Shepherd," the musical story of King David from the Bible, composed and performed by George Fishoff, press release announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 8-12, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5933
42. 7 Stages presents "The Unpossessed," by the Double Edge Theatre Company, press release announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 16 - 26, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5415
43. 7 Stages presents Dimona Culture Lab's "No(se)onenowhere," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14-17, 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6178
44. 7 Stages presents Dimona Culture Lab's "No(se)onenowhere," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14-17, 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6188
45. 7 Stages presents Dimona Culture Lab's "No(se)onenowhere," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14-17, 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6189
46. 7 Stages presents the first annual Leading Ladies Awards, invitation to the 7 Stages Theatre's fundraising event at Swissotel Atlanta, Georgia, April 25, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5051
47. "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
48. 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
49. 7 Stages presents two one-act plays, "Mud," by Irene Fornes and "The Dutchman," by Amiri Baraka, program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 16-25, 1989. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5868
50. 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
51. 7 Stages Theater additions and renovations plan, by Architect Robert M. Cain, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 1994. (72 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4980
52. 7 Stages Theatre and Criminal Records on south side of Euclid Avenue, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1919
53. 7 Stages Theatre flier in Spanish advertising theater subscriptions, Atlanta, Georgia, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_905
54. 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1991. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1827
55. 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 1991. (6 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1783
56. 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Winter - Spring, 1986. (24 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_573
57. 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
58. 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
59. 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
60. 7 Stages Theatre presents two one-act plays, "Mud," by Irene Fornes and "The Dutchman," by Amiri Baraka, press release announcing the performances, Atlanta, Georgia, March 16-25, 1989. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5915
61. 7 Stages Theatre Staff Retreat Minutes. Minutes of meeting, July 02, 2002. (5 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3377
62. 7 Stages Theatre's revised By-Laws, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 2002. (18 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3864
63. 7 Stages Theatre, fiscal year 2002-2003 budget, November 2002. (10 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3113
64. 7 Stages Theatre, Inc. "The Strategic Plan: A Three Year Initiative" Atlanta, Georgia, October 2001. (23 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4905
65. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors, Minutes of Meeting, April 8, 2003. (17 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2932
66. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors, Minutes of Meeting, May 9, 2006. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3960
67. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, November 9, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1760
68. 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
69. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Marketing Committee. Emailed minutes of meeting, September 10, 2002. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2978
70. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Marketing Committee. Minutes of meeting, September 30, 2002. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2938
71. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Meeting agenda, Olive Bistro Cafe, Atlanta, Georgia, January 9, 2001. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1908
72. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, April 11, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1701
73. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, April 17, 2002. (7 leaves, plus "follow-ups") | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2858
74. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, August 9, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2494
75. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, December 5, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1879
76. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, February 11, 2003. (6 leaves, plus agenda and summary) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2144
77. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, February 21, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1719
78. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, July 13, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1853
79. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, June 18, 2002. (17 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2899
80. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, June 7, 2000. (20 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4881
81. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, June 7, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1711
82. 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
83. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, May 9, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1724
84. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, October 1, 2002. (10 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2971
85. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, October 10, 2000. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1887
86. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, September 12, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1857
87. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of meeting, September 5, 2002. (8 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2987
88. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, December 14, 1999. (3 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1706
89. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, January 18, 2000. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1755
90. 7 Stages Theatre. Board of Directors. Minutes of the meeting, September 21, 1999. (2 leaves, plus agenda) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1715
91. 7 Stages Upgrades Add Social Element, by Dan Hulbert. IN Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 29, 1995 p. L4 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5546
92. 7 Stages' "Taste for Theatre," program for the wine tasting and silent and live auction to benefit 7 Stages Theatre, Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center, Atlanta, Georgia, May 11, 2012. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5730
93. "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
94. 7 Stages' Youth Creates 2011 presents "Yours Truly, A.R.T," program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 29 - 30, 2011. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5698
95. 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
96. 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
97. 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
98. 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
99. "7 Stages... Yours to Discover," newsletter, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1989. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2418
100. "7 Stages... Yours to Discover," newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1990. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1819
101. "7 Stages... Yours to Discover," newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 1989. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3623
102. "7 Stages: Keepin' You Awake," 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Winter 1992. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1906
103. "A funny, frightening Atlanta family," by Bob Longino. In The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 22, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5935
104. "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
105. "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
106. "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
107. "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
108. "Above the Boards," 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, January through August, 1989. (2-sided trifold) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_743
109. Actors in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1408
110. Actors in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1415
111. 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
112. 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
113. Adam Small, publicity photograph for his play "The Orange Earth," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20 - October 14, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6415
114. Adrienne Torf and June Jordan, creators of "Bang Bang über Alles," performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2158
115. Adrienne Torf, composer of "Bang Bang über Alles," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2153
116. Adrienne Torf, composer of "Bang Bang über Alles," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2156
117. 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
118. "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
119. "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
120. "Albania: Real place, mostly real people," by Judith Green. In the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 4, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5952
121. "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
122. "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller, directed by Joseph Chaikin and Anders Cato, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 13, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_816
123. Alma Thorpe (Left) and her daughter, Margie Thorpe (Right), publicity photo for "Alma", directed by Ruth Leitman, documentary film showing at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5982
124. Alma Thorpe, publicity photo for "Alma", directed by Ruth Leitman, documentary film showing at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5983
125. Alma Thorpe, publicity photo for "Alma", directed by Ruth Leitman, documentary film showing at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6323
126. "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
127. "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
128. 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
129. Alvin Epstein (Left) and Amie Quigley (Right) in Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin's "When the World Was Green," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 19, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5856
130. "American Chestnut," by Karen Finley, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 14 - 17, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1822
131. Andrea Studley (Left) and Jenn Suchanec (Right) in Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6324
132. "Angel Works: War in Heaven; The Sandbox, and Angel Fragments" production notes for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19 - April 18, 1993. (23 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6356
133. "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
134. "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
135. 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
136. Annie Sprinkle's "Herstory of Porn: Reel to Real," publicity photo, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 4, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5978
137. Annie Sprinkle's "Herstory of Porn: Reel to Real," publicity photo, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 4, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5979
138. Annie Sprinkle's "Herstory of Porn: Reel to Real," publicity photo, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 4, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5981
139. 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
140. "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
141. "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
142. "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
143. "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
144. Anton Chehkov's "Three Sisters," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 16 - February 8, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4302
145. Anton Chehkov's "Three Sisters," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 16 - February 8, 1981. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_687
146. Arístides Vargas' "La Casa de Rigoberta Mira al Sur," flier announcing the 7 Stages production in Spanish, Atlanta, Georgia, November 11 - 14, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_906
147. 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
148. Arístides Vargas' "La Casa de Rigoberta Mira al Sur," Program for the 7 Stages production in Spanish, Atlanta, Georgia, November 11 - 14, 2004. (12 pages, chiefly Spanish) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_904
149. Arben Kumbaro's "Disremember Me," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2846
150. Arben Kumbaro, publicity photo for his play "Disremember Me," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6416
151. Arben Kumbaro, publicity photo for his play "Disremember Me," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6434
152. Arben Kumbaro, publicity photo for his play "Disremember Me," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6440
153. Aristides Vargas' "La Casa de Rigoberta Mira al Sur" postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 11 - 14, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_842
154. "Art Is Food," 1995-1996 Season program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995 - 1996. (1 leaf, folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2463
155. AT&T: Onstage, administered by Theatre Communications Group, request for proposals 2000, for the play "Hush: Composing Blind Tom Wiggins," by Robert Earl Price, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2, 2002. (15 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6021
156. 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
157. Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!" program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 21 - November 15, 1992. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4814
158. 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
159. 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
160. 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
161. 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
162. 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
163. 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
164. Athol Fugard's "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_643
165. Atlanta Bluegrass & Acoustic Music happenings, email correspondence, sent to 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 10, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5038
166. Atlanta Coalition of Theatres Membership Lists for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May(?) 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5536
167. Atlanta Coalition of Theatres, Memo from Sandra Hughes (Great American Mine Experiment), Atlanta, Georgia, September 11, 1985. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5241
168. Atlanta Coalition of Theatres, Report at General Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, May 9, 1985. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5385
169. The Atlanta Constitution review of Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 22, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5501
170. The Atlanta Constitution review of Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 12, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5462
171. The Atlanta Constitution review of Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 2, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5460
172. The Atlanta Constitution's theater review of Mathew Shelton's "Food for the Moon," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5444
173. The Atlanta Constitution's theater review of Mathew Shelton's "Food for the Moon," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 19, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5446
174. The Atlanta Journal's review of "1969 Terminal 1996," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5487
175. Atlanta Journal-Constitution article on Allen Ginsberg's poetry reading at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5095
176. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Magazine theater survey, September 30, 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5863
177. Atlanta Journal-Constitution review of Eric McAfee's "Heaven is Late," performed at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5442
178. Atlanta Journal-Constitution review of Georg Seidel's "Carmen Kittel," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 13, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4991
179. Atlanta Journal-Constitution's theater review of "Angel Works," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5031
180. Atlanta Journal-Constitution's theater review of Faye Allen and Maya Smith's "Hunger Pains," for the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4998
181. Atlanta Journal-Constitution's theater review of Michael McClure's "General Gorgeous," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5107
182. Atlanta Journal-Constitution's weekend preview on Bobby Don Bloodworth's "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," newspaper clipping for production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4907
183. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Ad Hoc Committee, Minutes of General Meeting, Callanwolde Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, 1985. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5363
184. Atlanta Theatre Coalition agenda for meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1986. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5246
185. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Artistic Committee Meeting minutes, Academy Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 3, 1987. (11 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5403
186. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Communications Committee memo, Atlanta, Georgia, January 14, 1986. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5244
187. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Executive Committee Meeting at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 31, 1987. (5 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5345
188. Atlanta Theatre Coalition General Meeting minutes at Academy Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4, 1987. (10 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5321
189. Atlanta Theatre Coalition General Meeting minutes, Atlanta, Georgia, May 8, 1986. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5325
190. Atlanta Theatre Coalition General Meeting minutes, Atlanta, Georgia, October 6 and 22, 1986. (6 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5410
191. Atlanta Theatre Coalition General Meeting Minutes, Atlanta, Georgia, September 28, 1987. (6 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5295
192. Atlanta Theatre Coalition General Meeting minutes, Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, Georgia, April 10, 1986. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5266
193. Atlanta Theatre Coalition General Meeting minutes, Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, Georgia, March 13, 1986. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5391
194. Atlanta Theatre Coalition general meeting minutes, Theatrical Outfit basement, Atlanta, Georgia, December 8, 1986. (11 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5375
195. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Letter to National Endowment for the Arts, Atlanta, Georgia, October 24, 1985. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5388
196. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Meeting Materials and Artistic Committee report, Atlanta, Georgia, November 22, 1985. (7 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5305
197. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Meeting Notes, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1985. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5332
198. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Meeting on Theatre Homelessness at the Academy Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 25, 1987. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5281
199. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Members Wishing Consultancy with FEDAPT, Atlanta, Georgia, May 30, 1986. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5250
200. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Membership List and agenda for Arts Day Rally at the State Capitol, Atlanta, Georgia, February 19, 1986. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5310
201. Atlanta Theatre Coalition Newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1988. (10 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5261
202. Atlanta Theatre Coalition, Executive Committee Meeting minutes, Academy Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 26, 1987. (5 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5359
203. Atlanta Theatre Coalition, Minutes of General Meeting at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1985. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5382
204. "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
205. "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
206. "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
207. "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
208. "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
209. Back of 7 Stages Theatre building, on Euclid Avenue, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1915
210. 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
211. "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
212. "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
213. "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
214. "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
215. "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
216. "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
217. "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
218. Bang Bang Blends Idealism, Diverse Music, by Paula Crouch. In Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 14, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5556
219. "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
220. "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
221. "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
222. "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
223. Bar scene associated with Celeste Miller's "Heartbreak Heroine," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 10-20, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4212
224. 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
225. Be Where the Art Is: 1996-1997 Season program, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1996-1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2950
226. Beckett Atlanta: At The Performance Gallery, presents Two Evenings with Beckett, a theatrical collaboration involving The Performance Gallery, Seven Stages, Kent Stephens, Theatre Gael, and The Academy, Atlanta, Georgia, April 15 - May 2, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_94
227. "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
228. "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
229. "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
230. "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
231. "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
232. "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
233. Benefit Feast for Seven Stages Theatre at Eat Your Vegetables Restaurant, press release announcing the event, Atlanta, Georgia, October 14, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5329
234. 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
235. 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
236. 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
237. 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
238. Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs" (Combat de Negre et de Chiens), directed by Arthur Nauzyciel, program for the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_891
239. 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
240. 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
241. 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
242. 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
243. Bertolt Brecht's "The Three Penny Opera," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, April 21 - May 8, 1983 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4312
244. Bertolt Brecht's "The Three Penny Opera," program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, April 21 - May 8, 1983. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1016
245. "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
246. "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
247. "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
248. Black Battles with Dogs (Combat de Negre et de Chiens), postcard announcing performance of Bernard-Marie Koltes' play at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_839
249. "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
250. "'Black Cat' Could Stand Some Room to Roam," by Dan Hulbert. In the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 5, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5760
251. "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer" postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2974
252. "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," invitation to the premiere opening party at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 22, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3510
253. 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
254. Bobby Box in Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1269
255. 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
256. Bobby Don Bloodworth's "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," directed by Del Hamilton, press release announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5024
257. 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
258. Bonnie Comley, publicity photo for "If It Was Easy," by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III, directed by Stewart F. Lane, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6400
259. Bonnie Gould and Del Hamilton on stage in Moliere's "The Miser," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 15, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5648
260. "Boston Marriage" by David Mamet, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10 - April 3, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2065
261. Botho Strauss' "The Park," program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25-November 19, 1989. (10 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_937
262. 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
263. 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
264. Box-office records for "The Medicine Show," performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 - 23, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3025
265. Brenda Bynum (Left) and Del Hamilton (Right) in Athol Fugard's "A Place with the Pigs," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 18, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6422
266. 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
267. Brenda Bynum and Theresa O'Shea in Jim Grimsley's "Belle Ives," directed by Jim Peck, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 16 - May 12, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6264
268. Brian Wicker (Left) and Catherine Larson (Right) in "Carmen Kittel,' by Georg Seidel, directed by Lore Stefanek, translated by Frank Heibert, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12 - October 6, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6321
269. "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
270. 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
271. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," flyer advertising the German production at English Theatre Berlin, Germany, February 13 - 28, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2297
272. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28 - April 19, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2147
273. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28 - April 19, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2056
274. C.J. Hopkins' "The Extremists," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28 - April 19, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2789
275. 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
276. "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
277. 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
278. Carol Haines in Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2502
279. Carol Haynes (Front) and John Peterson (Back) in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6408
280. Carol Haynes (Left) and John Peterson (Right) in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6242
281. Carol Haynes (Left) and John Peterson (Right) in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6405
282. Carol Haynes (Left) and John Peterson (Right) in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6417
283. 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
284. Carolyn Cook in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4191
285. Carolyn Cook in Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1992? | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4194
286. Carolyn Cook in Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance," directed by Joseph Chaikin, production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 16, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5213
287. 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
288. Caryl Churchill's "A Number," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 13 - November 6, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2066
289. Cast and production team from Samuel Beckett's "Endgame," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 29 - April 23, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6274
290. Cast from "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4709
291. Cast from Sam Shepard's "Buried Child," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 14 - February 13, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6237
292. Cast members in "What Drove Mollie Mad?" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 24 - August 16, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2149
293. Cast members in "What Drove Mollie Mad?" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 24 - August 16, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2159
294. 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
295. Cast members on stage in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6419
296. 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
297. 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
298. Cast of "The Frog" by Herbert Achternbusch on stage at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2220
299. Cast of "The Frog," by Herbert Achternbusch on stage at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2218
300. Cast of Bernard-Marie Koltes' "Black Battles with Dogs" backstage, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14 - May 6, 2001. | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3184
301. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2039
302. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2040
303. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2042
304. Cast of Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2043
305. 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
306. Cast of Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1417
307. Cast of Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1409
308. Cast of Jim Grimsley's "White People," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4244
309. Cast of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting For Godot," directed by Joseph Chaikin, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2 - May 3, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6267
310. Cast on stage in "Times," a play by Atlanta Youth Ensemble at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4622
311. 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
312. Cast portrait of Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2215
313. Cast portrait, Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2213
314. Celeste Miller in "Burning Lake," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19 - 22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6271
315. Celeste Miller in "Burning Lake," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19-22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6261
316. Celeste Miller in "Burning Lake," postcard for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19-22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3763
317. 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
318. 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
319. Charlie Brown in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," to benefit Project Open Hand, flyer announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6276
320. 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
321. "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
322. 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
323. 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
324. "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
325. A comedy by Bill Harris, "Riffs," directed by Ron Himes, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1 - 12, November 22 - December 10, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5840
326. "Condensed 'Macbeth' Tribal, Tightly Coiled, But the Acting Falters," by Dan Hulbert. In the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 7, 1988, p. 2-E | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5749
327. "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
328. 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
329. 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
330. 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
331. 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
332. Counter protesters at a Ku Klux Klan rally in response to June Jordan's "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5439
333. Counter protesters on a rooftop at a Ku Klux Klan rally in response to June Jordan's "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5434
334. "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
335. "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
336. "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
337. DAH Teatar and 7 Stages Theatre's "Alice and Kafka Are Dead/ Long Live The Rosenbergs" directed by Dijana Milosevic, program of the production at Yulman Theater, Union College, Schenectady, New York, September 18, 2005. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6203
338. DAH Teatar and 7 Stages Theatre's "Alice and Kafka Are Dead/ Long Live The Rosenbergs," program of the production at Yulman Theater, Union College, Schenectady, New York, September 18, 2005. (7 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4860
339. Dah Teatar and 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Maps of Forbidden Remembrance," grant proposal for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 29, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5823
340. 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
341. 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
342. 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
343. 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
344. A dance performance about waiting, "Double Track," choreography by Beppie Blankert, music by Louis Andriessen, adapted from Samuel Beckett's "Text for Nothing #7," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4 - 7, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5720
345. 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
346. 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
347. Daniel Pettrow in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2810
348. 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
349. 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
350. 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
351. 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
352. Darrell Taylor in "Glory Box," by Tim Miller, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 15 - 17, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6160
353. Darrell Taylor in "Glory Box," by Tim Miller, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 15 - 17, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6164
354. Darrell Taylor in "Glory Box," by Tim Miller, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 15 - 17, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6169
355. 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
356. 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
357. Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 20 - April 20, 1986. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_740
358. "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
359. 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
360. 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
361. 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
362. Del Hamilton and Brenda Bynum in Jim Grimsley's "Belle Ives," directed by Jim Peck, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 16 - May 12, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6272
363. 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
364. 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
365. Del Hamilton and Faye Allen in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5654
366. 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
367. 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
368. 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
369. 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
370. 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
371. Del Hamilton and Jessica Warren in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3383
372. 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
373. Del Hamilton and Joseph Chaikin's speech before the Atlanta Theatre Coalition, Atlanta, Georgia, November 18, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5554
374. 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
375. 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
376. 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
377. 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
378. Del Hamilton in "The War in Heaven," directed by Joseph Chaikin and Sam Shepard, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6398
379. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3400
380. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3381
381. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3389
382. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3395
383. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3396
384. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3398
385. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3399
386. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3401
387. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3404
388. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3405
389. Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3406
390. 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
391. Del Hamilton in Jim Grimsley's "White People," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4229
392. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3427
393. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3431
394. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3432
395. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3434
396. Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Texts for Nothing," Atlanta, Georgia, March 31 - April 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3439
397. 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
398. 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
399. 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
400. 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
401. 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_6262
402. 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
403. 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
404. Del Hamilton's "Burning Bridges and the Troll: A Comedy with Music," program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24 - June 16, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_595
405. Del Hamilton's "Son of Mama Dada," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 3 - 26, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_652
406. Del Hamilton's "The Return and Revenge of the Son of Mama Dada," program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 16 - August 8, 1982. (8 pages, on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_722
407. 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
408. 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
409. 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
410. 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
411. 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
412. 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
413. 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
414. Dena Malon in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2290
415. 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
416. Denise Arribas in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Nickel and Dimed," Atlanta, Georgia, April 27 - May 28, 2006 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2283
417. "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
418. 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
419. 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
420. 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
421. Directory of 7 Stages Theatre's Board of Directors and staff, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002. (4 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4091
422. "Disremember Me," written and directed by Arben Kumbaro, program for the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - February 19, 2000. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_836
423. "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
424. 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
425. Don Finney in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 6 - May 1, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4204
426. 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
427. 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
428. 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
429. Donna Biscoe in Sam Shepard's "Tooth of Crime," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 26 - October 19, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6256
430. 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
431. 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
432. 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
433. Dracula: A concert and CD release party for Dracula: The Rock Opera, created by Rob Thompson, Naomi Lavender, Sam McPherson, and Chris Love, poster for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 13-15, 2014 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6180
434. "Dracula: The Rock Opera," composed by Rob Thompson, Naomi Lavender, Chris Love and Sam McPherson, directed by Del Hamilton with Justin Welborn, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 13 - October 14, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6154
435. "Dracula: The Rock Opera," composed by Rob Thompson, Naomi Lavender, Chris Love and Sam McPherson, directed by Del Hamilton with Justin Welborn, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 13 - October 14, 2012. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5576
436. Draft 1, with annotations, of "7 Stages Strategic Plan, FY2006 - FY2008," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 2005. (23 leaves, numbered 1-22 (2 leaves numbered 16) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_495
437. Draft fundraising letter to 7 Stages Theatre Board Members, Atlanta, Georgia, December 20, 2001. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3832
438. Draft of Del Hamilton's "Twisting the Dragon's Tail," script for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, undated | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5353
439. "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
440. "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
441. Ed Corbin in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1414
442. Ed Corbin, as Muscle Man in Jim Grimsley's "Mr. Universe," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1419
443. Educational Programming at 7 Stages this Year, flyer advertising performances and programs at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 6, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6145
444. 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
445. 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
446. 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
447. 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
448. 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
449. 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
450. 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
451. Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," directed by Del Hamilton, program for performances at University Theatre, Athens, Georgia, August 14-20, 2008. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5960
452. 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
453. Elizabeth Ackermann in "Rosa de dos aromas," by Emilio Carballido, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6 - 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4725
454. Empowerment Without Boundaries 2001-2002, program outline for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5288
455. "Endgame," by Samuel Beckett, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 29 - April 23, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3742
456. "Endgame," by Samuel Beckett, program for performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 29 - April 23, 1995. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1369
457. "Entertainment Year In Review," compiled by Constitution Entertainment Writers. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, December 29, 1979, page 12-T | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5879
458. Eric McAfee's "Heaven is Late," directed by Del Hamilton, press release announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5339
459. Eric McAfee's Essay on the history, creation, and productions of Falah Shakier's "Heaven is Late," performed in Iraq and at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6397
460. EricTest | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6280
461. Erik Ehn's "Maria Kizito," press release announcing the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30, 2004. (2 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5539
462. "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
463. "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
464. "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
465. 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
466. Euclid Avenue, looking south towards 7 Stages Theatre, Variety Playhouse, and Criminal Records, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1914
467. Euclid Avenue, looking south towards the 7 Stages Theatre and Criminal Records, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1912
468. Euclid Avenue, looking south towards the 7 Stages Theatre and Criminal Records, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1917
469. 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
470. 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
471. 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
472. Eugene Ionesco's "The Chairs,"directed by Prodan Dimov, invitation to "Take A Seat," a silent auction at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2-26, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5899
473. Eugene Ionesco's "The Chairs,"directed by Prodan Dimov, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2-26, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5908
474. 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
475. Eugene Ionesco's "The Chairs,"directed by Prodan Dimov, press release announcing the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2 - 26, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5056
476. 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
477. "Eureka! It's A Conspiracy," by Helen C. Smith. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, July 7, 1979, page 45-T | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5884
478. 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
479. "Experimental 'Earthlings' succeeds as a sci-fi musical," by Roger Schuppert. The Georgia State University Signal, February 7, 1984, page 21, 28 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5873
480. "Exploring S&M 'In Berlin'," by Ashley Baker. In Georgia State University Signal, October 10, 2000, page 25 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5985
481. Fabian Galama performs in Onafhankelijk Toneel's "Nobody's Neighbor," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6158
482. "Far Away," by Caryl Churchill, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 27 - November 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2058
483. "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
484. "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
485. 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
486. 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
487. Faye Allen and Del Hamilton with the Leading Lady Awards honorees, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4220
488. 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
489. 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
490. Faye Allen in "My Mother's Courage," by George Tabori, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 21 - March 24, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5649
491. Faye Allen in Del Hamilton's "The Return and Revenge of the Son of Mama Dada," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 16 - August 8, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6302
492. Faye Allen in Del Hamilton's "The Return and Revenge of the Son of Mama Dada," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 16 - August 8, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6318
493. Faye Allen in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4216
494. Faye Allen in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5664
495. Faye Allen 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_6268
496. Faye Allen, 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_5659
497. Faye Allen, publicity photo for Del Hamilton's "The Return and Revenge of the Son of Mama Dada," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 16 - August 8, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6327
498. 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
499. 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
500. 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
501. 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
502. 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
503. 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
504. Financial Statements (with supplemental material), year ended June 30, 1994, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 14, 1994. (14 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4120
505. 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
506. Financial Statements, year ended June 30, 1996, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 28, 1996. (13 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4105
507. Financial Statements, years ended June 30, 1997 and 1996, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 19, 1997. (18 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4165
508. 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
509. "First Contact: Three One Acts Presented by Cultural Odyssey" postcard announcing performances, Co-Presented with The National Black Arts Festival, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 15 - 18, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_874
510. 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
511. 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
512. Flier and press releases for Rebecca Ranson's "Warren," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23 - September 1, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_264
513. 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
514. Flier for Louise Udaykee's performance of "Falling Off the Earth," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 13 - 14, 20 - 21 and 27 - 28, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_512
515. "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
516. Flyer advertising 7 Stages and Word Diversity Collective's program, "Art Amok," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5589
517. 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
518. Flyer advertising the 35th Season at 7 Stage Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2013 - 2014. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2446
519. Flyer advertising upcoming shows at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 2011. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2457
520. 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
521. 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
522. "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
523. "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
524. "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
525. 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
526. Frank McGuinness' "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," directed by Del Hamilton, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, produced with Theatre Gael, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1 - March 5, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5714
527. 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
528. "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
529. "... from Del Hamilton, Artistic Director," 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, October - November, 1999. (2 pages on one leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1019
530. Fundraising brochure for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984 or 1985. (1 leaf, folded 3 times) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2444
531. Fundraising circular, "Be a Producer! See Your Name In Lights! Become a Producer of Dracula, a World Premiere Rock Opera," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 13, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5717
532. Fundraising letter from Jim Grimsley, for the production of his "In Berlin," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 16, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3171
533. Gabrielle Uetz, dancer (pictured with Ton Lutgerink, choreographer) in Onafhankelijk Toneel's "Nobody's Neighbor," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26 - 29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6163
534. "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
535. "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
536. George Fischoff performing his piece "Shepherd," the musical story of King David from the Bible, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 8 - 12, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6328
537. George Fischoff performing his piece "Shepherd," the musical story of King David from the Bible, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 8-12, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6306
538. 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
539. 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
540. 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
541. 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
542. 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
543. 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_6401
544. 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_6413
545. 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_6428
546. 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_6432
547. 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_6436
548. 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_6501
549. George Nikas in Michael McClure's "General Gorgeous," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5503
550. George Wren (Atlanta, Georgia) to Rebecca Ranson (Atlanta, Georgia), typescript letter, June 14, 1987. (2 pages on 1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5378
551. "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
552. 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
553. "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
554. "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
555. "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
556. The Goat Farm Arts Center presents "Summer Sounds," poster advertising the fundraiser for 7 Stages Theatre at the Goat Farm Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 10, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6170
557. "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, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2259
558. "God of Vengeance," by Sholem Asch, adapted by Stephen Fife, directed by Joseph Chaikin, program of performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1998. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_954
559. 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
560. "Grimsley's 'Berlin' a muddle of off-putting sexual exploration," by Kathy Janich. In the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 6, 2000, page Q4 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6001
561. Gwen Hughes' "Like Light," press release announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27 and March 6, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5675
562. "Hair," music by Galt MacDermont, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 11 - October 10, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2055
563. "Hair," music by Galt MacDermot, flyer announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, October 4 - November 4, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1655
564. "Hair," music by Galt MacDermot, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 11 - October 10, 2009 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2317
565. "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
566. "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
567. "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
568. "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
569. Hamilton, Del. The Return and Revenge of the Son of Mama Dada. Heavily annotated and corrected script. Circa 1982. 52, [1] leaves[i.e. 67 leaves, in various renumberings] | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6137
570. Hamilton, Del. We Are Not. July 2007 Typescript, [1], 46 leaves | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6069
571. Harold Pinter's "Harold...Who?...An Evening of Short Works," press releases for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 6 - 16, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5903
572. "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
573. "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
574. "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
575. "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
576. "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
577. 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
578. Heiner Müller's "Hamletmachine" postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 15 - 18, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4777
579. Heiner Müller's "Hamletmachine," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 15 - 18, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2114
580. "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
581. Henriette Brouwers in Jim Grimsley's "Maya" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24 - May 19, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2989
582. Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," correspondence and press release for production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4986
583. 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
584. Herbert Achternbusch's "The Frog," translated by Christopher Martin, program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 12 - March 8, 1987. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_665
585. History, purpose, and production history of 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1979 to the 2002-2003 season ( 6 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_284
586. Honoree Jane Fonda speaking at 7 Stages Theatre's second Leading Lady Awards, Swissotel, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4223
587. Honorees at 7 Stages Theatre's Leading Lady Awards, Swissotel, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4218
588. 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
589. "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
590. "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
591. "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
592. "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
593. "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
594. "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
595. "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
596. "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
597. "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
598. Hyun Yup Lee, publicity photo for Susan Yankowitz's "1969 Terminal 1996," 7 Stages Theatre production in Atlanta, Georgia, October 16 - 27, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6381
599. "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
600. "I Remember Mama, Dada," by Del Hamilton, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3086
601. "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
602. "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
603. "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
604. "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
605. "In Berlin," by Jim Grimsley, poster advertising performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - November 5, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2111
606. "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
607. In concert, the words of legendary poet, Robert Earl Price and the music of celebrated saxophonist, Fuasi Abdul Khaliq, flyer for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1-3, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6498
608. "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
609. "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
610. "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
611. "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
612. "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
613. "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
614. Information on "Recalling the Future," community conference at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 15, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3591
615. Information packet for "Recalling the Future" community conference at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 15, 1989 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6472
616. 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
617. 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
618. 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
619. Invitation to "Mixtitlan, an Opening Night Fiesta," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta,Georgia, May 7, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1522
620. Invitation to "Taste for Theatre," a wine tasting and silent auction to benefit 7 Stages Theatre, Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center, Atlanta, Georgia, May 11, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5586
621. Invitation to "The Pearl Dinner," an intimate celebration of 7 Stages' 30th Anniversary at Shaun's Restaurant in Inman Park, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5682
622. 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
623. Invitation to 7 Stages Theatre's "Taste for Theatre," wine tasting and silent auction, Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center, Atlanta, Georgia, May 9, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4849
624. Invitation to an exclusive event, "A Private Evening With Quentin Crisp," at Mumbo Jumbo Bar/Grill, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5821
625. 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
626. 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
627. 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
628. 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
629. 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
630. "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
631. "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
632. "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
633. "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
634. "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
635. "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
636. 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
637. 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
638. "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
639. "'Jabbo Jones,' 'Lust' opening on local stages," by Paula Crouch. In The Atlanta Constitution, December 5, 1985, page 2B | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5997
640. "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
641. 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
642. 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
643. Janet Metzger (Top), Brenda Bynum (Left), and Theresa O'Shea (Right) in Jim Grimsley's "Belle Ives," directed by Jim Peck, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 16 - May 12, 1991 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6402
644. 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
645. Jazz Guitarist John Abercrombie, flyer advertising his performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 9 & 10, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5217
646. Jazz Guitarist John Abercrombie, press release announcing his performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 9 and 10, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6485
647. Jean Racine's "Phedre," translated and adapted by Elizabeth Lewis Corley, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22 - November 21, 1982. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_617
648. 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
649. Jenn Suchanec (Left) and Andrea Studley (Right) in Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6329
650. 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
651. 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
652. 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
653. 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
654. 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
655. 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
656. 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
657. Jennifer Johnson in Double Edge Theatre's "Relentless," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 25 - November 3, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4234
658. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me" press photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4595
659. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3378
660. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3385
661. Jessica Warren and Del Hamilton in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3392
662. Jessica Warren in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3379
663. Jessica Warren in the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Disremember Me," Atlanta, Georgia, January 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3397
664. 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
665. Jim Grimsley (Atlanta, Georgia) to Del Hamilton (Atlanta, Georgia) faxed letter, fax dated September 4, 1995. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2952
666. 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
667. Jim Grimsley's "In Berlin," invitation to the Opening Night Gala at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5999
668. Jim Grimsley's "Math and Aftermath," program of the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8 - 30, 1988. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_978
669. 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
670. 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
671. 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
672. 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
673. 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
674. 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
675. 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
676. Jim Grimsley's "White People," program of the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20 - May 7, 1989. (12 pages on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_678
677. Jim Grimsley's biography and artistic statement for "Dream Boy," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5042
678. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_180
679. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_181
680. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_183
681. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_185
682. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_188
683. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_190
684. Jim Peck in Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_193
685. Jim Roof (Left) and Johanna Linden (Right) in Sholem Asch's "God of Vengeance," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 28 - November 22, 1998 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6311
686. 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
687. 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
688. Jo Carson's "Whispering to Horses," program of the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14 - June 15, 1997. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_634
689. 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
690. 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
691. 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
692. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's "Faust," a new adaptation, program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 11, 1982. (8 pages, on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_752
693. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's "Faust," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 11, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5214
694. John Jaramillo in Sandra Hughes' "Coyote Tales, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6258
695. John O'Neal (Left) and Michael Keck (Right) in "Ain't No Use in Goin' Home, Jodie's Got Your Gal and Gone," written by John O'Neal, Nayo-Barbara Malcolm Watkins, and Q. R. Hand, Jr., at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7 - 25, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6421
696. John O'Neal (Left) and Michael Keck (Right) in "Ain't No Use in Goin' Home, Jodie's Got Your Gal and Gone," written by John O'Neal, Nayo-Barbara Malcolm Watkins, and Q. R. Hand, Jr., at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7 - 25, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6438
697. John O'Neal (Right) and Michael Keck (Left) in "Ain't No Use in Goin' Home, Jodie's Got Your Gal and Gone," written by John O'Neal, Nayo-Barbara Malcolm Watkins, and Q. R. Hand, Jr., at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7 - 25, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6425
698. John O'Neal in "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, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - 20, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6229
699. John O'Neal in "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, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - 20, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6244
700. John O'Neal in "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, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - 20, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6248
701. John O'Neal in "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, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - 20, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6250
702. John O'Neal's "You Can't Judge a Book By Looking at the Cover: Sayings from the Life and Writings of Junebug Jabbo Jones," press releases announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17 - 20; December 5 - 8, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5990
703. 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
704. John Peterson in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6241
705. John Robinson's "Wolves," poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 9 - December 2, 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4437
706. John Robinson's "Wolves," publicity photograph for production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 9, 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5196
707. John Taylor (Left) and Christopher Steel (Right) in "Double Track," choreography by Beppie Blankert, music by Louis Andriessen, adapted from Samuel Beckett's "Text for Nothing #7," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4 - 7, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6162
708. John Taylor (Left) and Christopher Steel (Right) in "Double Track," choreography by Beppie Blankert, music by Louis Andriessen, adapted from Samuel Beckett's "Text for Nothing #7," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4 - 7, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6165
709. John Taylor (Left) and Christopher Steel (Right) in "Double Track," choreography by Beppie Blankert, music by Louis Andriessen, adapted from Samuel Beckett's "Text for Nothing #7," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4 - 7, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6166
710. John Taylor (Left) and Christopher Steel (Right) in "Double Track," choreography by Beppie Blankert, music by Louis Andriessen, adapted from Samuel Beckett's "Text for Nothing #7," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4 - 7, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6168
711. John Taylor (Right) and Christopher Steel (Left) in "Double Track," choreography by Beppie Blankert, music by Louis Andriessen, adapted from Samuel Beckett's "Text for Nothing #7," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4 - 7, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6159
712. Jon Goldman as Warren in Rebecca Ranson's play "Warren," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23 - September 1, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_277
713. Joseph Chaikin in "Angel Works," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5229
714. 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
715. Joseph Chaikin in "War in Heaven," written expressly for him by Sam Shepard, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 20 - 22, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5499
716. Joseph Chaikin, publicity photo for Susan Yankowitz's "1969 Terminal 1996," 7 Stages Theatre production in Atlanta, Georgia, October 16 - 27, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6377
717. "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
718. Judi Kearns' play "Zurama," cast photo, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4602
719. Judi Kearns' play "Zurama," program for the 7 Stages Theatre production, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988. (8 pages, printed on newsprint) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_582
720. 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
721. Julie Hebert's "Almost Asleep," choreostaged by Celeste Miller, invitation and press release, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 6, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5754
722. 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
723. July 1987 - June 1988 Season, press release announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1987-1988. (7 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4173
724. 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
725. 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
726. "'Junebug' is a sparking diamond in the rough," by Paula Crouch. In The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 18, 1985, page 7-P | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5992
727. Kanna an Ethereal, Poetic Drama, by Paula Crouch. In Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 22, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5609
728. "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
729. Karen Finley in "Shut Up and Love Me," by Karen Finley, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 17 - 19, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6263
730. Karen Finley in "Shut Up and Love Me," by Karen Finley, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 17 - 19, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6270
731. Karen Finley's "Shut Up and Love Me," press release announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georiga, December 17 - 19, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6449
732. 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
733. "'Katzelmacher' troubled despite efforts by Stages," by Linda Sherbert. In the Atlanta Constitution, November 11, 1983 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6497
734. 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
735. 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
736. Kenny Leon performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2803
737. Kenny Leon performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2805
738. Kent Whipple and Faye Allen in Teddy Hayes' "Hondo Gothic," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2 - 24, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2933
739. Kevin Dobson (Left) and Bonnie Comley (Right), publicity photo for "If It Was Easy," by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III, directed by Stewart F. Lane, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6412
740. Kevin Dobson (Left) and Bonnie Comley (Right), publicity photo for "If It Was Easy," by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III, directed by Stewart F. Lane, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6420
741. Kevin Dobson (Left) and Bonnie Comley (Right), publicity photo for "If It Was Easy," by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III, directed by Stewart F. Lane, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6439
742. Kevin Dobson, publicity photo for "If It Was Easy," by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III, directed by Stewart F. Lane, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6399
743. Kia Corthron's "Breath, Boom," directed by Rachel May, flyer advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 10 - June 2, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4838
744. "Kids Next Door," by Richard Zoglin. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, August 11, 1979, page 49-T | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5926
745. Klan's Plan to Picket Theater Fails, by Connie Green. In Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 15, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5591
746. 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
747. 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
748. Kristi Casey and Michael Schneider in "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," by Bobby Don Bloodworth, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5190
749. Ku Klux Klan members from Alabama protesting "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5427
750. Ku Klux Klan protesting "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5424
751. Ku Klux Klan protesting "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5425
752. Ku Klux Klan protesting "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5432
753. Ku Klux Klan protesting "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5436
754. Ku Klux Klan protesting "Bang Bang Über Alles," an anti-KKK musical at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1979 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5438
755. "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
756. Lane Whittemore (Left), Timothy Kevin (Middle), and Faye Allen (Right) in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6441
757. 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
758. Leading Ladies Awards 2001, program, for the 7 Stages Theatre awards celebration, Swissotel, Atlanta, Tuesday, April 17, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_24
759. Leading Ladies Awards, press release for the 7 Stages Theatre's fundraiser at Swissotel Atlanta, Georgia, April 25, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4982
760. "Legend of Junebug Jabbo Jones," by Paula Crouch. In The Atlanta Journal, January 16, 1985, page 1C, 10C | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5995
761. Lelavision's "Rhythm of the Landscape," program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 29 - December 7, 2002. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5948
762. 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
763. Lelavision's "The Vessels Project," postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 28 - December 7, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2861
764. Lelavision's "The Vessels Project," postcard invitation to opening night at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 29, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2902
765. 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
766. "Life's variety and monotony," by Wendell Brock. In the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 7, 2000, p. Q6 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6474
767. 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
768. Lindsay Wray (Left), Kevin Dobson (Middle), and Bonnie Comley (Right), publicity photo for "If It Was Easy," by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III, directed by Stewart F. Lane, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20 - August 6, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6407
769. 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
770. The Little Five Points Rock Star Orchestra's "Atlanta Xmas Apocalypse," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 21, 2012 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6174
771. The Little Five Points Rock Star Orchestra's "Atlanta Xmas Apocalypse," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 21, 2012. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5773
772. The Little Five Points Rockstar Orchestra's "Christmas With the Devil and 666," program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 17 - 19, 2009. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5711
773. Little Five Points Still the Best Show in Town, by Dan Hulbert. In Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 14, 1990, p. N-2 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5593
774. Longwood University Theatre presents "Alice and Kafa Are Dead / Long Live the Rosenbergs," poster advertising the performances at Jarman Auditorium, Farmville, Virginia, September 13-14, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6172
775. Louis Enrique Gutierrez-Ortiz Monasterio's "Girls of the 3.5" Floppies," postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28 - March 2, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6482
776. 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
777. 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
778. "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
779. Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas' "Stomp," press releases and flyers promoting the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, March 12, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6479
780. "Lusty 'Opera' never comes to life," by Helen C. Smith. In the Atlanta Constitution, April 28, 1983 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6458
781. Lydia Stryk's "Lady Lay," directed by Heidi S. Howard, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25 - May 19, 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6181
782. "Lyssie," a new play by Laurie Stieber, flyer announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 21, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3690
783. "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
784. Madison Jackson (Left) and John Peterson (Right) in "Macbeth," by William Shakespeare, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 5 - November 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6423
785. Maia Knipsel in Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance," directed by Joseph Chaikin, production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 16, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5200
786. Maia Knispel in Murray Mednick's 'Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2814
787. 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
788. 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
789. Maia Knispel in Murray Mednick's "Skinwlkers" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1769
790. Mailer for Del Hamilton's "Burning Bridges and the Troll," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_143
791. Margie Thorpe (Left) and Ruth Leitman (Right), publicity photo for "Alma", directed by Ruth Leitman, documentary film showing at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5980
792. 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
793. "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
794. "Maria Kizito," by Erik Ehn, postcard announcing the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - October 24, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2205
795. "Maria Kizito," by Erik Ehn, poster advertising performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - October 24, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2046
796. Marianne Hammock and Del Hamilton in Patty Lynch's "House of Balls", 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 8, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5416
797. "Marx in Soho," by Howard Zinn, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 13 - 14, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2126
798. "'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
799. "'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
800. 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
801. Maurice S. Turner II's "7 Trumpets," poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24-25, 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6176
802. "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
803. 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
804. "Melita Easters Hayes invites you to a Bon Voyage Party to celebrate 7 Stages' international tour of Waiting For Godot, by Samuel Beckett," invitation, Atlanta, Georgia, March 28, 1992 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5817
805. Memo announcing the Atlanta Theatre Coalition General Meeting Agenda for the meeting at the Academy Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1986. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5297
806. Metro Atlanta Arts & Cultural Coalition (MAACC) demographic study report of 7 Stages patrons, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 25, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5183
807. 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
808. 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
809. 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
810. Michael Keck in "Tooth of Crime," by Sam Shepard, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 26 - October 19, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6239
811. Michael Keck in Deena Metzger's "Dreams Against the State," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2044
812. Michael Keck performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2804
813. Michael Keck performing in "Sizwe Bansi Is Dead," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25 - October 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2808
814. Michael McClure's "General Gorgeous," poster for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15 - February 7, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4421
815. Michael McClure's "General Gorgeous," program for the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15 - February 7, 1982 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5018
816. Michael Sahr Ngaujah (Front) and Romana Vrede (Back) 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_6313
817. Michael Schneider and Kristi Casey in "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," by Bobby Don Bloodworth, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5204
818. Michael Schneider and Kristi Casey in "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," by Bobby Don Bloodworth, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5212
819. Michael Schneider and Kristi Casey in "Blue Ridge Moonshine Flyer," by Bobby Don Bloodworth, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20 - March 23, 2003 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5222
820. 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
821. 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
822. "Mixtitlan" by Philip Boehm, directed by Del Hamilton, music by Klimchak, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5 - 30, 1999. (14 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_926
823. "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
824. 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
825. 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
826. 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
827. 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
828. "Mr. Universe," cast on stage at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 31 - August 29, 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1412
829. Mural on the side of the 7 Stages Theatre building, Euclid Avenue, Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1918
830. Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," directed by Del Hamilton, postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6148
831. 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
832. "My Children! My Africa!," program for performance of the play by Athol Fugard, directed by Del Hamilton, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 9 - March 13, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_62
833. "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
834. "My Left Breast," by Susan Miller, poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1 - 25, 2007 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2128
835. "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
836. "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
837. "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
838. "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
839. "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
840. 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
841. 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
842. 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
843. Neville Tranter from Stuffed Puppet Theatre's "The Nightclub," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 24, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4617
844. Neville Tranter with one of the puppet characters in "Room 5," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5 - 8, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6003
845. New True-life Play Portrays Death of AIDS Victim, by Linda Sherbert. In Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 28, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5645
846. Nicholas Kazan's "Southern Comfort," poster advertising the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 3, 1985 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4292
847. "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
848. "Night Sky," by Susan Yankowitz, postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 28, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1514
849. "Night Sky," by Susan Yankowitz, program for performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3 - 28, 1993. (16 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1476
850. 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
851. "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
852. "Nobody's Neighbor," postcard announcing the Onafhankelijk Toneel's performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26-29, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_132
853. Normando Ismay in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1768
854. 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
855. 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
856. Now or Never, Youth Creates, poster advertising the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 24 - July 28, 2013 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6182
857. "Odetta: Folk music is 'healing stuff'," by Keith Graham. The Atlanta Constitution, February 21, 1986, page 1-B, 2-B | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5877
858. Onafhankelijk Toneel's "Happy Endings," production materials for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 13, 1994 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5924
859. Onafhankelijk Toneel's "Happy Endings," program for the performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 13, 1994. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4805
860. "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
861. "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
862. "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
863. Organizational chart and accompanying documents, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1764
864. "Originally Speaking," 7 Stages Theatre newsletter, Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1996. (4 pages.) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2229
865. 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
866. 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
867. 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
868. 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
869. 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
870. Paul Kimball Smith's "City Hawks," program of the production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1007
871. Paul Zimet (Left) and Hyun Yup Lee (Right) in Susan Yankowitz's "1969 Terminal 1996," 7 Stages Theatre production in Atlanta, Georgia, October 16 - 27, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6378
872. Paul Zimet, publicity photo for Susan Yankowitz's "1969 Terminal 1996," 7 Stages Theatre production in Atlanta, Georgia, October 16 - 27, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6376
873. "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
874. Pearl Cleage's "A Song for Coretta," invitation to the opening night performance at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20, 2008 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4842
875. Pearl Cleage's "A Song for Coretta," postcard announcing the performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15 - February 17, 2008. (8 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4845
876. 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
877. "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
878. 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
879. Philip Boehm's "Mixtitlan," postcard announcing performances at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5- 30, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_796
880. 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
881. 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
882. 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
883. 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
884. Photo of George Fischoff performing his work "Shepherd," the musical story of King David from the Bible, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 8 - 12, 1999 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6305
885. Photograph for the production of "B.B. in L.A.," by Great Small Works Theatre Company, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June, 27, 2002 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5223
886. 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
887. 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
888. 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
889. 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
890. Pierre Brulatour in Murray Mednick's "Skinwalkers," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27 - February 20, 2005 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2811
891. Playwright Paul Kimball Smith, preparing his play "City Hawks" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21 - December 7, 1980 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2497
892. 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
893. 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
894. Postcard advertising 7 Stages Theatre's production of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," Atlanta, Georgia, March 12 - April 13, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_518
895. 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
896. Postcard announcement for "It's a Wonderful Deluxe Holiday on Ice (Without the Ice)," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 22, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_608
897. 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
898. Postcard announcing "In Berlin," written by Jim Grimsley, directed by Anders Cato, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 30 - November 5, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_799
899. Postcard announcing "Preaching to the Perverted," starring Holly Hughes, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24-27, 2001 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_255
900. Postcard announcing "Times," performed by the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1 - August 17, 1997 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_819
901. 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
902. 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
903. Postcard announcing the performance by Tim Miller of his "Glory Box," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 15 - 17, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_359
904. 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
905. 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
906. 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
907. 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
908. 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
909. 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
910. 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
911. Poster advertising the 2011 - 2012 season at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_1939
912. 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
913. Poster for "A Krampus Christmas," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 16 - 18, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2095
914. 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
915. Poster for "Riffs," a comedy by Bill Harris, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1 - December 10, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_45
916. 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
917. Preliminary planning documents, "7 Stages Strategic Plan, FY2006 - FY2008," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 2004. (12 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_508
918. Preliminary planning documents, "7 Stages Strategic Plan, FY2006 - FY2008," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer - November 2004. (17 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_469
919. "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
920. Press materials for Joseph Chaikin's "Angel Works: War in Heaven; The Sandbox, and Angel Fragments," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19 - April 18, 1993 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5091
921. 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
922. 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
923. 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
924. 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
925. 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
926. 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
927. 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
928. 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
929. Press packet for Juli Kearn's "Zurama," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988. (5 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2029
930. 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
931. 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
932. 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
933. 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
934. 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
935. Press release announcing 2006 - 2007 Season at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 29, 2006. (3 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2956
936. 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
937. Press Release announcing Green Grant for 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 8, 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_4748
938. Press release announcing the 2011 - 2012 season at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, Summer 2011 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2487
939. Press release announcing the 23rd season of 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1, 2002. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3829
940. Press release announcing the re-opening of 7 Stages Theatre after renovations, Atlanta, Georgia October 13, 1995 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5029
941. 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
942. 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
943. Press release: "7 Stages provides continuing legal education," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4, 2011. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_2105
944. 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
945. 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
946. Press releases for Del Hamilton's "Burning Bridges and the Troll," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1987 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_142
947. 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
948. 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
949. Private to Public: The Art of Activism, flyer for panel discussion at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 28, 2014. (1 leaf) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6277
950. Pro-Sun, Pro-Earth, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration Ritual, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5184
951. Pro-Sun, Pro-Earth, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration Ritual, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5186
952. Pro-Sun, Pro-Earth, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration Ritual, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5187
953. Pro-Sun, Pro-Earth, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration Ritual, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5197
954. Pro-Sun, Pro-Earth, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration Ritual, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5203
955. Pro-Sun, Pro-Earth, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration Ritual, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5206
956. Pro-Sun, Pro-Earth, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration Ritual, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5231
957. Production budget: "Orange Earth Working Budget," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990. (2 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_287
958. Production materials for "1969 Terminal 1996," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 16, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5458
959. Production materials for "La Casa de Rigoberta Mira al Sur," at 7 Stages Theatre, November 11 - 14, 2004. (21 leaves) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3014
960. 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
961. 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
962. 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
963. Production materials for A Krampus Christmas at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 16 - 18, 2010 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5855
964. 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
965. Production materials for Nova Performance Company's "The Medicine Show," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19-23, 2004 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_3019
966. Program for "It's a Wonderful Deluxe Holiday on Ice (Without the Ice)," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 22, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_700
967. Program for 7 Stages Theatre production of the rock musical "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984. (12 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_336
968. 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
969. 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
970. Program for Jim Grimsley's "The Lizard of Tarsus," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 - March 4, 1990 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_179
971. 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
972. 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
973. 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
974. 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
975. Program for the production of Rhodessa Jones' "Hot Flashes, Power Surges & Private Summers," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16 - 26, 2000. (4 pages) | XML | gsu_sevenstages_911
976. 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
977. Project Summary of Rainer Werner Fassbinder's "Katzelmacher," 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 27, 1983 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5544
978. 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
979. Promotional photograph for "Pluto Play," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5191
980. Promotional photograph for "Pluto Play," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5202
981. Promotional photograph for "Pluto Play," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5205
982. Promotional photograph for "Pluto Play," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5224
983. Promotional photograph for "Pluto Play," production at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 22, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5236
984. 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
985. "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
986. "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
987. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5652
988. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5653
989. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5658
990. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5660
991. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5662
992. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5663
993. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5665
994. Publicity photo for "Hunger Pains," by Faye Allen and Maya Smith, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1981 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_5669
995. Publicity photo for "Stomp," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6403
996. Publicity photo for "Stomp," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6418
997. Publicity photo for "Stomp," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6424
998. Publicity photo for "Stomp," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12, 1996 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6430
999. Publicity Photo for Rebecca Ranson's "A Glorietta," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19 - June 11, 2000 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_6161
1000. Publicity photo for the 7 Stages Theatre's production of "Hair," Atlanta, Georgia, October 4 - November 18, 1984 | XML | gsu_sevenstages_317

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