Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Charlee Lambert was recognized as a leader in her career as a playwright, director and advocate for the elderly. Her papers contain plays, short stories, manuals, news clippings and audio visual material (1955-2013) documenting the production of her plays locally and nationally.
Ken Anderson is a novelist, poet and playright from Atlanta, Georgia. He is especially known for his works, The Intense Lover, Someone Bought the House on the Island, Hasty Hearts, and the play Mattie Cushman: A Psychodrama. He also served as a professor of English at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
The LGBTQ Institute's Gregg Daugherty Papers include photographs, programs, publications and digital objects. The bulk of the photographs document drag queens and performers who appeared in Atlanta's gay bars. The programs primarily highlight gay plays and events, and the publications were distributed to Georgia's gay communities. The digital objects include photographs of awards, copies of articles written by the donor, and other items that the donor wishes to retain.
Other Voices, Inc., a feminist theater company founded in 1980 by Janet Metzger, Lorraine Lombardi, Carmella Cardina and Jayne Pleasants, produced work in Atlanta through 1985. The records consist of correspondence, a scrapbook, audiovisual materials, and posters, 1980-1985.
"Terminus" script, circa 1977, and essay by Tom Cullen, 2012. Full text, essay, and photograph. First performed at Kelly's Seed & Feed Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, 1974. Play copyright 1977.