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Clint Jefferies Theater Scripts and Recordings
Coll2008-058  
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Description
This collection consists of scripts of plays and musicals written by Clint Jefferies and recordings of performances of these pieces by Wings Theatre Company of New York City.
Background
Clint Jefferies is an author of many plays and musicals, most performed by Wings Theatre Company. He attended the United States International University's School of Performing and Visual Arts and graduated with a BFA in Directing. Jefferies also obtained a graduate degree in Fine Arts at the Paris-American Academy in Paris, France. He has written the musicals: Nile Blue, Tango Masculino, Cowboys!, The Three Musketeers, The Captain's Boy, The Strange Case of the Lascivious Transformation of Mr. X, In a Land Far Away, and Fangs: The Vampire Musical. His plays include: Strange Bedfellows, African Nights, The Jocker, Odyssey '75, and Suave Succubus. Jefferies has been involved extensively in Wings Theatre Company in New York City as a board member since 1986. He began his work in the performing arts world in 1979 as a board member of the Association of Kansas Theatres, later becoming its chairperson. He was selected to Outstanding Young Men in America, an honor bestowed upon select few who display success and promise in their field. In 1980 Jefferies participated in the American Theatre Association Task Force on Small Professional Theatres. From 1981-1982 he sat on the board of the Professional Division of the American Theatre Association. Jefferies served as an evaluator and panelist for the New Jersey State Council on the Arts' Theatre Program from 1998-2005. In 2000 he was a finalist for the New Dramatists, a non-profit organization devoted to developing playwrights' talents. Jefferies served on the board of directors for Fourth Unity Company in 2003. He is a member of The Dramatist's Guild.
Extent
2 archive cartons. 0.75 linear foot.
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Availability
The collection is open to researchers. There are no access restrictions.