The Neil Marcus papers document his life and work as a writer, actor, artist, dancer and disability rights activist from his
early childhood through his adult life. There is incoming and outgoing correspondence; writings, including materials related
to his play
Storm Reading; subject files; photographs; a small amount of audiovisual material, and web files.
Neil Marcus is a writer, actor, artist, dancer and disability rights activist who lives in Berkeley, California. He was born
in White Plains, New York on January 3, 1934. His parents were Wil Marcus and Lydia Perera, and he has two older sisters
and two older brothers. In 1960, the family moved to Ojai, California.
10 linear feet
7 cartons, 3 boxes, 1 oversize folder
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