Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Mark Howarth's copy, including various pages of sheet music composed by Robert Stoddard; handwritten list of needed voices; two pages of rehearsal schedule; a list of theater policies; one copy of "Stone Tables" (85 pages); and one overhead transparency depicting fire.
Contents include a 16 millimeter film reel of the film, "Greater Love," producedby the BYU Motion Picture Studio and produced by T.C. Christensen. The film is about a boy who needs a blood transfusion from his sister and after the procedure she reveals her deep love for her brother. The film is fourteen minutes long and is dated 1980.
Contents include a sixteen millimeter film reel of the film, "The Bridge," which was produced by BYU Motion Pictures Studio and T.C. Christensen was the director of photography. The film is about a father working the controls of a railroad track, allowing approaching passenger trains to cross safely over the bridge. As one approaches, he sees his young son coming toward him on the tracks, the father must decide whom to save. The film is eleven minutes and is dated 1978.
Contents include U-Matic videocassette tape of the film "The Human Race." The film was directed by T.C. Christensen and produced by the BYU Motion Picture Studio. The film is about a deformed child surviving Nazi Germany who learns to teach high school math and runs marathons. The film is thirty minutes long and dated 1978.
Contains materials relating to the Utah Beta Chapter at Brigham Young University (BYU) ranging from 1924 to 2006. The materials deal with the Theta Alpha Phi Drama Society's Utah Beta Chapter at BYU. The materials include scrapbooks, production slides, attendance and financial records, minutes from Beta Chapter meetings, and programs from induction ceremonies.
Contains study guides, proposed plays, programs, calendars, cast lists, and contracts of the Young Company, dating from between 1961 and 2001.