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THE GREAT AMERICAN MAIL ORDER CATALOGUE is a show celebrating that revered American institution, the Sears Roebuck Catalogue, and its comforting, stimulating presence throughout the development of the West. Nostalgic, informative, tuneful and often very funny, it offers a stirring compilation of true Americana. The show is directed by Walter Stump, Chair of the Theatre Department of the University of Southern Maine and recently recipient of the Kennedy Center Medallion for his contribution to collegiate drama.

This show marks the completion of the first decade of theatre interchange between USM and King Alfred's College in Winchester, England, initiated by Walter Stump and his English colleague, Robert Silvester, sometime Head of the Drama Department in Winchester. It will be playing at King Alfred's and other English theatres during the latter part of May.

Publication Date

5-1981

City

Gorham, ME

Keywords

University of Southern Maine, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre, The Great American Mail Order Catalogue, King Alfred's College, Winchester, England

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Theatre and Performance Studies | Theatre History

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The Company

Sean Casement
Joshua Alan Chard
Kelly Cote (Stage Manager)
Kim Fletcher
Christenia Kinne (Tour Co-manager)
Mary Ellen O'Hara
Brenda Rowe
Tamara Kathryn Schmidt
Geary Smith
J. Michael Werner

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

The Great American Mail Order Catalogue Program


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