Posts with the tag: Broadway

The Archivist’s Nook: Robert Moore – Catholic U’s Man of Stage for All Seasons

  Father Gilbert Vincent Ferrer Hartke, O.P., founder of the Drama Department at Catholic University (CU) in 1937, is a campus legend who casts a long shadow. His legacy includes his archival papers that reside in Special Collections, ongoing stage productions including Shakespeare, and above all the long list of stage, film, and television luminaries Read More

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The Archivist’s Nook: From Catholic University to Broadway – The Walter and Jean Kerr Collection

This week’s Archivist’s Nook is by Morgan McKeon, graduate student in the Department of Library and Information Science. Walter and Jean Kerr, partners in life and art, were figures of the dramatic arts from Catholic University to Broadway. Their work spanned from the stage to the televisions of the American public. Together, Walter and Jean Kerr Read More

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