University of Washington
Photographs of performers collected by J. Willis Sayre
University of Oregon - Archives of Northwest Folklore
Amy Mitchell was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
Bucks County Historical Society
Records including an arts and crafts directory; lists of Bucks County, Pa., artists, musicians, writers, dancers, and other theatricals; list of Bucks County monuments, markers, and memorials; sketch on covered bridges by George Harton; and sketch on the Bucks County Playhouse -- Persons represented include Bessie Gaston Phillips
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Includes material relating to the Washington Dance Theatre and its School, mailing lists, business papers, musical scores used for performances and classes, photographic prints, publications, awards, and vinyl records
Boston University,-- Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
Materials relating to National Committee on Folk Arts of the United States, Folk Arts Center of New England, Archives of American Folk Dance, and international folk art congresses and festivals; correspondence; memorabilia; printed material; research material; and photographs
Museum of Performance and Design
"Frank Shawl is the co-founder with Victor Anderson of the Shawl-Anderson Dance Center [a.k.a. Shawl-Anderson School of Dance] in Berkeley. Frank has been active as a teacher, performing dancer and choreographer in the Bay Area for approximately 43 years. The Shawl-Anderson Dance Company was an active dance repertory group in the '60's and '70's and spawned many of today's prominent dance artists. Prior to coming to the Bay Area, Frank performed mainly in New York City. He appeared in numerous Broadway and network television shows and toured throughout the United States and Canada. He appeared in concert with the late Charles Weidman and for over eight years with the May O'Donnell Dance Company
Virginia Commonwealth University - Cabell Library
The collection documents Chris Burnside's performances, 1981 to 2009. The collection contains reproductions of articles about Burnside and his work as well as video of thirty performances which have been digitized from various media storage formats. Other materials include flyers, posters, promotional pamphlets, exhibition books, and correspondence. Of particular note are items relating to a benediction that Burnside composed for the re-opening of the Grace Street Theater in 1996
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection contains souvenir programs, broadside advertisements and biographical clippings about the Ballet Russes and founder Serge Diaghileff. The first folder is biographical materials on Diaghileff and the remainder are souvenir programs and broadsides for Ballet Russes. For more materials pertaining to the history of the Ballet Russes and the derivative Ballet Russes (particularly Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo) look for the Belknap Collection, Dance (1910-1959) : Ballet Russe