Program: "La Mama E.T.C. Presents 'The Eyeball Tomb' and 'The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw...'" (1969)

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This production was part of the Ruth Yorck Golden Series, which it states on the front cover.  Inside it lists the titles of the two works, the author and director, cast and creative team, and gives special thanks.  It also indicates that "The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw.." is to be included by the University of Louisiana Press in its forthcoming work, "The New Southern Playwright".  On the left and continued on the back is the essay about Ruth Yorck written by Leo Lerman. On the back are additional special thanks.

Inside, as a printed folded insert on the same yellow paper, is a group cast photograph.

There is one complete copy of this program on the butter yellow card stock, plus one color photocopied version.  There is the date "2/21/69" handwritten in pencil on both the program and the insert photo.

Written by Julie Sandy
  • Program: "La Mama E.T.C. Presents 'The Eyeball Tomb' and 'The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw...'" (1969)
    Program for "La Mama E.T.C. Presents 'The Eyeball Tomb' and 'The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw...'" (1969) (front)
Program: "La Mama E.T.C. Presents 'The Eyeball Tomb' and 'The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw...'" (1969)
Program: "La Mama E.T.C. Presents 'The Eyeball Tomb' and 'The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw...'" (1969)
Program: "La Mama E.T.C. Presents 'The Eyeball Tomb' and 'The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw...'" (1969)
Program: "La Mama E.T.C. Presents 'The Eyeball Tomb' and 'The Best-Looking Man I Ever Saw...'" (1969)

English
OBJ.1969.0014
Programs
Printed butter-yellow card stock; color photocopies on white paper
2 original programs
1 photocopied program
12 in (width) 12 in (height)
6 in (width) 6 in (height)
8.5 in (width) 8.5 in (height)
folded in half and nested(presentation)
1 folded(one-side-printed insert)
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