Scripts, theater production records, promotional material, bylaws and incorporation records, tax and financial records, correspondence,
medical records, photographs, an audiocassette and other material, 1976-1994, from writer and AIDS activist James Carroll
Pickett. Best known for his plays
Dream Man and
Queen of Angels, Pickett also co-founded Artists Confronting AIDS (ACA) and was instrumental in a number of theater productions promoting
AIDS awareness. The collection includes Pickett's writings and personal papers, as well as administrative records from ACA.
Playwright and AIDS activist, James Carroll Pickett, was the co-founder and Executive Director of Artists Confronting AIDS
(ACA). He is best known for his plays
Dream Man and
Queen of Angels, which have been produced in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Portland, Des Moines, Minneapolis, Washington,
D.C., Dusseldorf, Edinburgh and London. Pickett received an
LA Weekly Humanitarian Theatre Award for his work with Artists Confronting AIDS, as well as for his work as a founder and producer
of the Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (STAGE) Benefits for AIDS Project Los Angeles.
4.8 linear feet.
2 archive boxes + 2 archive cartons + 1 flat archive box.
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The collection is open to researchers. There are no access restrictions.