Fonds P149 - Loyola College Dramatic Society fonds

The Merchant of Venice A Tale of Two Cities Brother Orchid Who Ride on White Horses Charley's Aunt Macbeth Arsenic and Old Lace Career Angel Savonarola Traitor's Gate Hamlet Henry IV (part one) Twelfth Night or What You Will Richelieu Julius Caesar The Winslow Boy

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Loyola College Dramatic Society fonds

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P149

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  • 1927-1958, predominant 1940-1958 (Creation)
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    Loyola College. Dramatic Society

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3 cm of textual records
24 photographs

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(1926-1972)

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The Loyola College Dramatic Society was formed in 1926. It became known as Loyola Drama, and presented numerous productions over the years. In 1970 there were management difficulties, and Loyola Drama joined with Loyola Music, adopting the name Loyola Musical Theatre Society. After a difficult year 1971-1972, the Loyola Musical Theatre Society was dismantled in the summer of 1972. Other college dramatic companies followed.

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Most of these documents were transmitted to John Buell at some point, who donated them to the Concordia University Archives in 2000. Some of the play programs were held by Concordia University's Vanier Library until their transfer to the Concordia University Archives in 1999.

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The fonds provides information on the artistic activities of the Loyola College Dramatic Society.
The fonds consists mainly of play programs, press clippings, and photographs.

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