Title and statement of responsibility area
UBC Performing Arts Collection
General material designation
- Textual record
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Dates of creation area
1936 - 2011 (Collection)
- University of British Columbia. Archives
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24 cm of textual records
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Archival description area
The bulk of these materials were acquired from Rare Books and Special Collections in 2011; the remainder are items acquired by the University Archives whose provenance is unclear or unknown.
Scope and content
Collection consists primarily of event programmes and calendars published to promote various performing arts productions at UBC. Also included are companion guides for some theatre productions. Materials are arranged in three categories: Theatre Productions, Musical Productions, and Performing Arts – General. Within each category the materials are organized by department, organization, or production series.
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Related materials can be found in the Guy Palmer fonds, the Players’ Club fonds, and the Players’ Club Alumni fonds.
Further accruals are expected.
The University’s performing arts programmes, in particular the Department/School of Music and the Department of Theatre and Film, regularly publish programmes and brochures promoting their productions. Over the years the Archives has acquired copies of these publications from various sources – this collection brings together items whose original provenance is unknown.