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Title
A life in the theater
Creator
Sharrar, Jack F., 1949-
Friedman, Jeff
Jacobs, Ruth C
Contributor
Paterson, William
Date Created and/or Issued
2003
Contributing Institution
Museum of Performance and Design, Performing Arts Library
Collection
California Revealed from Museum of Performance and Design
Rights Information
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Description
After graduating from Brown University, William Paterson served with the army in Europe during World War II. After the war Mr. Paterson joined the Cleveland Playhouse. He left the Playhouse at the invitation of ACT founder William Ball in 1967. He remained a member of ACT's acting ensemble for 30 years.
Type
sound
Format
Master
Audio cassette
Extent
4 Tapes of 4
Identifier
csfpal_000047_t01; csfpal_000047_t02; csfpal_000047_t03; csfpal_000047_t04
Language
English
Subject
Acting
Actors
American Conservatory Theatre
Ball, William, 1931-1992
Cleveland Playhouse
Paterson, William
Provenance
Museum of Performance and Design
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