Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = Baillie
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Fonds — Box CLX-A-368
Scope and Contents A sizeable collection of theatre/concert programmes from the North Russian Association (1928-1940). Founded in 1926, the North Russian Association grew out of a group set up by emigrants from Arkhangelsk living in London after the Revolution. Its interests were cultural, and it organised five events a year such as lectures, concerts, and other performances. The events documented here include a family Pushkin evening at London’s Institut Français in June 1928; a performance of Aleksei Faiko’s...
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Scope and Contents The Russian-English ink manuscript glossary takes up only 5 pages of a small ledger. It is entitled in hand A glossary of Russian theatrical terms. Its ambition was greater than the reality. According to the handwritten title-page, it was intended to list words relating to: theatre organisation; front of house; stage management; acting; production; and authorship and criticism. There was also an intention to list: foreign plays whose titles were adapted in Russian;...