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Doolittle (James A.) papers
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This collection includes theatre programs and costume illustrations from projects worked on by American performing arts producer James A. Doolittle (1914-1997) at various venues, copies of the periodical Dance News, and materials related to Doolittle's time running the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California.
James A. Doolittle (1914-1997) was an American performing arts producer of dance, opera, and theatre in Los Angeles for 50 years. He leased and ran the Greek Theater from 1952 until 1975, and presented there and at other L.A. venues some of the world's elite dance companies: the New York City Ballet, the Joffrey Ballet, Kirov Ballet, Mikhail Baryshnikov's White Oak Dance Project and the San Francisco Ballet.
139.88 Linear Feet 142 boxes
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