Playwright Files: Julie Bovasso (1)


File contains an issue of New York Magazine (February 11, 1974), including Julie Bovasso's article "A New Breed Of New York Actor"; an article from the August 24, 1998 New Yorker; a donation letter from Nathan W. Picker on behalf of OTI Services, Inc.; a press packet on Manage a Trois (a triple feature including Bovasso's Schubert's Last Serenade) at Dowling College's Loft Theatre; press clippings on Boom Boom Room and the firing by Joseph Papp of Julie Bovasso as its director; Ellen Stewart's complimentary tickets to Boom Boom Room, accompanied by a note from Bovasso; a Playbill for Boom Boom Room; the July 1969 issue of After Dark; press clippings on La MaMa's production of Bovasso's Standard Safety and The Nothing Kid; assorted materials on the Circle Repertory Company's production of Down by the River Where Waterlilies Are Disfigured Every Day, Bovasso's acting workshop and playwriting seminar, Quaigh Theatre's production of Schubert's Last SerenadeAngelo's Wedding, and the film Willie and Phil; a floor plan for La MaMa's production of Angelo's Wedding, a black and white photograph of Stewart, Bovasso, and O-Lan Shepard; and the New York Times obituary for Bovasso.