Guide to the Viola Spolin Papers

Collection Title: Viola Spolin Papers
Dates: 1925-2003
Identification: MS 155
Creator: Spolin, Viola
Extent: 73 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: Viola Spolin has been called the "high priestess of improvisational theatre".  Born in Chicago in 1906, Spolin is best known as the creator of theater games, originally created as a series of exercises to aid students in the study of drama.  In 1955, Spolin conducted workshops for the Playwrights Theater Club, and later at the Compass Theater.  In 1960 she began running improvisation workshops for the cast of Second City.  As an outgrowth of her work with Second City, Spolin published Improvisation for the Theater in 1963, which resulted in much critical acclaim and solidified her reputation in improvisational theater.  Her papers include writings, transcriptions, interviews, journals, drafts of theater games, and other materials that chronicle her work in improvisation and educational theater.
Acquisition Information: Gift of Carol Sills, January 2009.  Additions, 2012 and 2014.
Processing Information: Benn P. Joseph, 2010.
Separated Materials: The following publications have been removed from the collection and cataloged individually:Something Wonderful Right Away, ed. Jeffrey Sweet.  1978.Excursions Into The Intuitive: The Poetry of Viola Spolin, Viola Spolin.  1991.Resetting the Stage: Theater Beyond the Loop, 1960-1990, Chicago Public Library.  1990.The Hollister Report, vol. 2, no. 3, Winter (1990-1991).Bulletin of The Society for Comparative Philosophy (Nov. 1970).Alan Watts Journal, vol. 1, no. 10 (Aug. 1970).Mummenschanz, Andres Bossard, Floriana Frassetto, Bernie Schurch.  n.d.A Peca Didatica de Bertolt Brecht: Um Jogo de Aprendizagem, Ingrid Dormien Koudela.  1987.
Conditions Governing Access: There are no restrictions on use of the materials in the department for research; all patrons must comply with federal copyright regulations. DVD use copies for VHS videocassettes in boxes 42-46 can be found in box 47.
Repository: Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections
Deering Library, Level 3
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL,
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/spec
Email: special.collections@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3635

Biographical/Historical Information

Viola Spolin has been called the "high priestess of improvisational theatre".  Born in Chicago in 1906, Spolin is best known as the creator of theater games, originally created as a series of exercises to aid students in the study of drama.  Spolin learned these techniques while studying experimental theatre and play theory with Neva Boyd at Hull House's Recreational Training School in 1924-1926.  Boyd moved the school to Northwestern University in 1927 when she was appointed to the faculty, but she remained a highly influential figure in Spolin's career.  Her work references Boyd often.

After taking off a few years to raise her two sons, Paul and Bill Sills, she returned to work with the WPA Recreation Project as a drama supervisor from 1939 to 1941.  While working for the WPA, Spolin taught drama in mostly poor, inner-city neighborhoods.  Because of this, Spolin perceived a need for an easily grasped system of theater training that could cross the cultural and ethnic barriers within the WPA Project.  This served as the catalyst for the creation of what would eventually be referred to by Spolin as "theater games."

In 1942 she went to California to set up her own theater in Hollywood, the Young Actors Company.  Here, children were trained to perform in production by way of the theater games method.  Spolin's work at Young Actors Company continued for ten years, at which point she closed up shop and became involved in Paul Sills' work back in Chicago.  In 1955, Spolin returned to Chicago to conduct workshops at the Playwrights Theater Club and at the Compass Theater.

Spolin returned to Chicago full time in 1960 to run improvisation workshops for the cast of Second City.  As an outgrowth of her work with Second City, Spolin published  Improvisation for the Theater in 1963, which resulted in much critical acclaim and solidified her reputation in improvisational theater.

In 1965, Spolin left Second City to co-found Game Theater with Paul Sills, also in Chicago.  Spolin also acted as a special consultant for Story Theater in Los Angeles and New York in 1970-1972.  While on the west coast, Spolin conducted workshops for the casts of Rhoda and Friends and Lovers.

After her consultancy with Story Theater ended in 1972, Spolin returned to California and established the Spolin Theater Game Center, a non-profit theater education center.  The Center began offering classes and workshops in 1975.

Upon her voyage to Chicago in 1960, and throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Spolin began engaging students at numerous college campuses via workshops, classes, and lectures .  She had extensive engagements as a visiting instructor for San Francisco State College, Brandeis University, and Sarah Lawrence College, among others.

In 1975, Spolin released the Theater Game File, a selection of "theater games" printed on cards, to be used in classes and workshops.  The File made theater games more functionally accessible, and led to their increased use in primary and secondary educational settings.

Spolin continued conducting educational workshops until the mid-1980s.  She died in 1994.

Scope and Content

The Early Work series chronicles Spolin's early career, and contains writings, journal entries, playbills, and some items from the Young Actors Company, Spolin's acting school for children in Los Angeles that existed from the late 1940s through the early 1950s.  Playbills include "I Loved You Wednesday," performed in 1934 at the Studebaker Theater, and "Ladies of the Jury," performed in the 1940s at the Uptown Auditorium.  Both productions include Spolin in the cast.

Many of the writings in this series are from very early in Spolin's career, but describe theories of play and education that she used at the Young Actors Company and in "The Young Actor."  There are also some manuscript drafts of "The Young Actor," an unpublished book written by Spolin, some of which was later incorporated into Improvisation for the Theater.

This series also includes reports and journal entries from Spolin's work as a drama supervisor in the WPA Recreation Project.  The journal entries detail her experiences teaching drama in Chicago in the early 1940s, mostly in poor neighborhoods.

Biographical Materials include CVs, awards, obituaries, and some interview requests.  A log kept by Kolmus Greene chronicles Spolin's activities during the final years of her life.  Spolin's honorary doctorate, granted by Eastern Michigan University, is also here, as is her and Greene's wedding certificate from 1981.  There are also various clippings, obituaries, and reviews that reference Spolin and her work. An assortment of plaques and other awards are included in box 3.

Original order has been maintained wherever possible in the Personal Writings, Notes, and Poetry series, which accounts for some instances of overlap in folder heading years; organized chronologically because many writings have no title but are dated.  Included here are short stories, poems, journal entries, and various notes.  Spolin wrote an extensive selection of poetry, and folder headings sometimes include a selection of the titles contained therein (though none are complete listings).  There are also some transcriptions found here of Spolin and Kolmus Greene discussing various topics.  These transcriptions can be found throughout the collection, depending on original order and the topic of conversation, but the ones found here are more general or personal in nature.  Items found here are primarily of a personal nature, though some thoughts on education and theater games will be found interspersed within the writings.

Theater Companies are arranged chronologically by theater company, and are also chronological within each company.  A few items relating to the Playwrights Theatre Club can be found in this section, as well as correspondence, workshop notes, and publicity for The Compass, Second City, Game Theater, and Story Theater.  Correspondence and production notes for Sills & Co., a theater company founded by Paul Sills in New York, are found near the end of this section.  Of particular note are the Compass materials which, despite being only six folders, provide an insight into Paul Sills' role in this theater's founding.  The folder containing Spolin's workshop notes for Second City are also noteworthy, as they provide critiques of some of the earliest Second City cast members, including Paul Sand, Severn Darden, Dick Schaal, Mina Kolb, and others.

Items relating to Spolin's best-known work, Improvisation for the Theater, are organized chronologically.  The book was released in 1963, and manuscript drafts of this work, with handwritten corrections, can be found here dated 1955-1962.  Correspondence with individuals and publishers, various translations, and a book index compiled by Spolin on note cards housed in boxes appear at the end of this series.  Promotional materials and information on royalties for this publication can also be found here.

The Other Publications and Writings series contains subject files for many of Spolin's ideas and philosophies regarding education.  Early drafts can be found here for published materials, including Theater Games for the Classroom, Theater Games for the Lone Actor, and Theater Games for Rehearsal.  Additionally, there are manuscript drafts for a number of publications, many of which were never published.  Manuscript drafts for materials that were ultimately unpublished include several drafts for an untitled book on education, and a series of "handbooks" relating to theater and education.  This series is arranged alphabetically by heading.  A number of annotated books found in the collection are at the end, recorded alphabetically but not integrated into the alpha run for the series.  This series also contains a number of transcribed interviews conducted by Jeffrey Sweet for his book Something Wonderful Right Away.  Only a small selection of the interviews eventually published are found here, although the interview included here with Walter Beakel was ultimately not a part of Sweet's book.  Spolin was interviewed by Sweet, to be included in his book, but her interview was never transcribed.  The six audiocassettes containing these interviews, done in 1974, are included in the Audio/video series.

This series also includes numerous files kept by Spolin as ideas or work files that were to be used for future publications.  It includes some materials that could potentially have been broken up into other sections, but was kept this way to retain original order.  Also included here is a number of transcribed conversations and idea sessions about various topics, particularly theater games and teaching philosophies.

Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name and topic.  Spolin kept track of possible copyright infringements on her work, and there is some documentation and correspondence here that tracks her research into unlicensed use of theater games.  Otherwise, this series consists primarily of general correspondence.  There is also correspondence in each of the other series, being particular to each series.  Of particular note in this series are the folders containing letters from Bill, Carol, and Paul Sills, and David Shepherd.

The list of Spolin's activities in the Lectures, Workshops, and Teaching series are arranged chronologically by date of the event.  This series contains correspondence, notes, and itineraries for Spolin's numerous lectures and workshops done in the 1960s through the early 1980s.  Of note are Spolin's workshops with the casts of Rhoda and Friends and Lovers, as well as the McGinnis Home for Boys and Girls and Sarah Lawrence College.  Spolin conducted a number of workshops at Sarah Lawrence, and references it throughout her papers as a formative experience.  Because of this, it is one of the better-documented workshop series included here.  Also of note are the early 1980s Mextel workshops, as these are among the final workshops produced by Spolin and video recordings exist for them in the audio/video series.

Items relating to What's Your Score? include notes, drafts, and mock-ups.  This workbook was written by Spolin and published posthumously by the Spolin Center in 1994.  Mock-ups for a pamphlet version of this publication appear in this series as early as 1966, with more extensive drafts dated between 1969 and 1975.

The Spolin Theater Game Center series is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within classes, workshops, etc., except for correspondence, which is also alphabetical.  "Workshops" indicate events held at other institutions, while "classes" are at the Spolin Theater Game Center.  Both workshops and classes were produced under the auspices of the Center, as opposed to those found in the Lectures, Workshops, and Teaching series, which consists solely of outside work done by Spolin.  However, folder titles in this series are based largely on Spolin's own folder headings, which used the terms interchangeably.  This series contains schedules, lists, notes, correspondence, financial materials, founding documents, and meeting minutes for the Spolin Theater Game Center, founded by Spolin in 1972 (though classes were not initiated until 1975).  This series also contains numerous written transcriptions of audio recordings made of Spolin's workshops and classes, mostly from the late 1970s.

Audio/Video Materials are arranged chronologically, and include various formats (VHS, U-matic, and a small number of audiocassettes). Represented here are video recordings of various workshops, Sills & Co., news items, and Spolin's memorial service in 1994.  Audio materials include classes, workshops, and interviews from 1969 through the 1980s.  The majority of audio recordings can be found with the addition at the end of the collection, in the Audiocassettes series.

The Theater Game File series is arranged alphabetically, and includes correspondence, drafts, and administrative materials related to the publication of Spolin's Theater Game File in 1975.  Of note in this series is Spolin's marked-up copy of Improvisation for the Theater used while writing Theater Game File, as well as well as sets of draft cards and published annotated cards from Theater Game File.

The Games and Game Drafts series is arranged alphabetically.  Game names reflect what Spolin called them at the time each individual file was created, and these titles are in quotes.  If the folder heading is descriptive rather than being an actual title, it is not in quotes.  Dates vary widely, and each folder contains materials from throughout the 1960s and 1970s.  For this reason, dates are not included in folder headings.  Game development notebooks and card files are found at the end of this series.

Like the previous games series, Unpublished Games and Exercises are arranged alphabetically and have largely been left in original order.  Some games here (or similar versions of them) may appear in more recent Spolin publications, as their status as 'unpublished' dates back to when Spolin originally created these files.  Dates vary widely, and each folder contains materials from throughout the 1960s and 1970s.  For this reason, dates are not included in folder headings.  Each file contains notes and descriptions of games.

An addition to the collection was received in 2013, and included a modest selection of Photographs, dating from 1933-1991.  These images primarily depict Spolin in her work with the Young Actors’ Company in the early 1950s, including productions and workshops for children and young adults.  There are also materials here related to her conducting improvisation workshops in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as some personal photos.

Also part of the later addition, the Young Actors’ Company series chronicles Spolin’s time working with her children’s theater company and workshop in Los Angeles during the late 1940s and early 1950s.  Materials here include programs, costume lists, invitations, scripts, budgets, newsclippings, and stage designs for several plays produced by Spolin, including The Emperor’s New Clothes and The Clown Who Ran Away.

The largest component of the 2013 addition is a collection of Audiocassettes that for the most part serve as audio recordings of improvisation workshops conducted by Spolin between 1970 and 1987, with the majority of items coming from the late 1970s.  These sound recordings document games and side-coaching done by Spolin during workshops later in her career.

Subjects

Corporate Name

Compass Players

Second City (Theater company)

Spolin Center

United States. Works Progress Administration. Recreation Division

Personal Name

Shepherd, David, 1924-

Sills, Paul, 1927-2008

Spolin, Viola

Subjects

Drama in education--United States

Drama--Study and teaching

Improvisation (Acting)--Study and teaching


Container List / Contents

  • Early Work, 1925-1958
    • Writings, 1925Box 1, Folder 1
    • Playbill, "I Loved You Wednesday," Studebaker Theater, (Spolin in cast), 1934Box 1, Folder 2
    • WPA Recreational Project: field visit reports, 1938Box 1, Folder 3
    • "Creative recreational theater", 1938-1939Box 1, Folder 4
    • WPA Recreational Project: articles (annotated), 1939-1940Box 1, Folder 5
    • Hull House Theatre program, 1940Box 1, Folder 6
    • WPA Recreational Project: journal entries, 1940Box 1, Folder 7
    • WPA Recreational Project: journal entries, 1941Box 1, Folder 8
    • WPA Recreational Project: journal entries, 1942-1945Box 1, Folder 9
    • "Till Johnny Comes Marching Home," (radio play by Spolin), 1942Box 1, Folder 10
    • Stories, "Time Bombs: An Anti-Fascist Sketch" and untitled, 1943-1944Box 1, Folder 11
    • Writings, 1948Box 1, Folder 12
    • "Ladies of the Jury," Uptown Auditorium (Spolin in cast), 1940sBox 1, Folder 13
    • Wonderland Youth Center, 1958Box 1, Folder 14
    • Notes on potential television shows, 1950sBox 1, Folder 15
    • "Play as a Means of Social Adjustment", n.d.Box 1, Folder 16
    • Correspondence, "The Young Actor" manuscript (incl. Paul Sills), 1950-1956Box 1, Folder 17
    • "The Young Actor": "The Six Points", 1951Box 1, Folder 18
    • "The Young Actor": "Acting Problems" and "Where", 1951Box 1, Folder 19
    • "The Young Actor": "Developing Imagination" and "Stage Relationships", 1951Box 1, Folder 20
    • "The Young Actor": "Training the Moppet", ca. 1951Box 1, Folder 21
    • "The Young Actor": "Radio/Television/Speech," "Removing Amateur Qualities," and unfinished parts, 1951Box 1, Folder 22
  • Biographical Materials, 1934-1995
    • Autobiographical materials, ca. 1960sBox 2, Folder 1
    • Curriculum vitas and biographical notes, 1960s-1970sBox 2, Folder 2
    • Honorary doctorate, 1979Box 2, Folder 3
    • Kolmus' log, Feb. 21–April 25, 1991Box 2, Folder 4
    • Kolmus' log, April 26–July 5, 1991Box 2, Folder 5
    • Kolmus' log, July 6, 1991–October 11, 1991Box 2, Folder 6
    • Kolmus' log, October 12,–September 15, 1991-1992Box 2, Folder 7
    • List of awards, 1980sBox 2, Folder 8
    • List of references, 1966Box 2, Folder 9
    • Memorial service program, 1995Box 2, Folder 10
    • Miscellaneous interviews and interview requests, 1965-1976Box 2, Folder 11
    • Miscellaneous biographical materials, 1970s-1990sBox 2, Folder 12
    • Obituaries and memorials, 1990sBox 2, Folder 13
    • Reviews, 1964-1974 and n.d.Box 2, Folder 14
    • Ronald Reagan and George Deukmejian letters (originals), 1985Box 2, Folder 15
    • Ronald Reagan and George Deukmejian letters (copies), 1985Box 2, Folder 16
    • Social Security and medical, 1980sBox 2, Folder 17
    • Wedding certificate, 1981Box 2, Folder 18
    • Yale chronology of improvisation, 1974Box 2, Folder 19
    • Appointment of Spolin to Camarillo State Hospital Advisory Board for the Developmentally Disabled, 1977Box 3, Folder 1
    • Chicago City Council memorial resolution for Viola Spolin, 1994Box 3, Folder 2
    • Chicago Improv Festival Lifetime Achievement Award, presented to Viola Spolin, 2003Box 3, Folder 3
    • Founders Award, Secondary School Theatre Association, presented to Viola Spolin, 1976Box 3, Folder 4
    • Honorary degree of Doctor of Arts, Eastern Michigan University, 1979Box 3, Folder 5
    • New England Theatre Conference Special Award to Viola Spolin, 1966Box 3, Folder 6
    • Southern California Educational Theatre Association Award, presented to Viola Spolin, 1986Box 3, Folder 7
  • Personal Writings, Notes, and Poetry, 1935-1985
    • 1935-40Box 4, Folder 1
    • 1943-46Box 4, Folder 2
    • 1947-48 (incl. "When did the Poet Die?")Box 4, Folder 3
    • 1948-49 (incl. "Spinster," "Boys")Box 4, Folder 4
    • 1951 (incl. "A Serpent")Box 4, Folder 5
    • 1955 (incl. "Aimless Wanderings")Box 4, Folder 6
    • 1956Box 4, Folder 7
    • 1957Box 4, Folder 8
    • 1958Box 4, Folder 9
    • 1959Box 4, Folder 10
    • 1960 (incl. "Seduction")Box 4, Folder 11
    • 1960 (incl. "Cynicism")Box 4, Folder 12
    • 1960 (incl. "John, June, and July")Box 4, Folder 13
    • 1961 (incl. "Through the Looking Glass," "Legend," "Love Letter")Box 4, Folder 14
    • 1961 (incl. "Recognition")Box 4, Folder 15
    • 1962 (incl. "Eat When You Are Hungry")Box 4, Folder 16
    • 1963 (incl. "Ego," "God/Love")Box 4, Folder 17
    • 1963-66 (misc. notes)Box 4, Folder 18
    • 1964 (incl. "Eclipse")Box 5, Folder 1
    • 1964-1968 ("I-Ching")Box 5, Folder 2
    • 1965 (incl. "Use Not One Another," "Daily Column," "Fables")Box 5, Folder 3
    • 1965-1971 ("Trap: A Who Dunnit!")Box 5, Folder 4
    • 1966 (incl. "Atonement," "Reality," "Trojan Horse")Box 5, Folder 5
    • 1967Box 5, Folder 6
    • 1968 (incl. "A Joint Report," "Contactlessness," "Daily Column")Box 5, Folder 7
    • 1968-70 (misc. notes)Box 5, Folder 8
    • 1969 (incl. "The End of Myths")Box 5, Folder 9
    • 1970 (Conversations between Viola and Kolmus on various topics) (transcriptions)Box 5, Folder 10
    • 1970-85 (misc. notes)Box 5, Folder 11
    • 1971 ("Hypocrisy") (transcriptions)Box 5, Folder 12
    • 1971 (Conversations between Viola and Kolmus on various topics) (transcriptions)Box 6, Folder 1
    • 1972 ("I Shall Cry When I Die," "Ambivalence")Box 6, Folder 2
    • 1973Box 6, Folder 3
    • 1973 ("Excursions Into the Intuitive")Box 6, Folder 4
    • 1973 (Conversations between Viola and Kolmus on teaching) (transcriptions)Box 6, Folder 5
    • 1974Box 6, Folder 6
    • 1975Box 6, Folder 7
    • 1976 (incl. "Adam and Eve")Box 6, Folder 8
    • 1977Box 6, Folder 9
    • 1977-1979 ("Attitudes") (transcriptions)Box 6, Folder 10
    • 1978 (incl. "His Voice", "Oracle")Box 6, Folder 11
    • 1979 (incl. "Ambivalence")Box 6, Folder 12
    • 1980-85 (incl. "Death is Coming Home to an Empty House")Box 6, Folder 13
    • 1981 ("External Rewards")Box 6, Folder 14
    • 1983 (personal writings)Box 6, Folder 15
  • Theater Companies, 1954-1987
    • Playwrights Theatre Club: Correspondence, David Shepherd, 1955Box 6, Folder 16
    • Playwrights Theatre Club: Publicity, ca. 1955Box 6, Folder 17
    • The Compass: PublicityBox 6, Folder 18
    • The Compass: Correspondence, Paul Sills, ca. 1955Box 6, Folder 19
    • The Compass: Correspondence, David Shepherd, 1955Box 6, Folder 20
    • The Compass: Workshop notes, 1955Box 6, Folder 21
    • The Compass: Correspondence, Mickey LeGlaire, n.d.Box 6, Folder 22
    • The Compass: Financial prospectus, n.d.Box 6, Folder 23
    • Second City: Workshop notes, 1960-1966Box 6, Folder 24
    • Second City: Publicity, 1960sBox 7, Folder 1
    • Second City: Second City in New York, articles, 1963Box 7, Folder 2
    • Second City: Television possibilities for theater games, 1963-1968Box 7, Folder 3
    • Second City: Letter, Bernie Sahlins, 1975Box 7, Folder 4
    • Second City: Compass/Second City Homecoming, University of Chicago, 1975-1976Box 7, Folder 5
    • Second City: Jeffrey Sweet article on Second City, 1977Box 7, Folder 6
    • Second City: Anniversaries, 1970s-1980sBox 7, Folder 7
    • Second City: Grant application, n.d.Box 7, Folder 8
    • Second City: Essay on theater games and music by Bill Mathieu, n.d.Box 7, Folder 9
    • Game Theater: Notes on setting up and financing, 1964-1966Box 7, Folder 10
    • Game Theater: Inquiries, contracts and evaluations, 1965-1967Box 7, Folder 11
    • Game Theater: Book orders, 1965-1967Box 7, Folder 12
    • Game Theater: "Games of God" program (CBS), August 1966Box 7, Folder 13
    • Game Theater: Articles of Incorporation, 1966Box 7, Folder 14
    • Game Theater: Rehearsal diary of former student using Spolin method, 1966Box 7, Folder 15
    • Game Theater: Brochures and publicity, 1966-1967Box 7, Folder 16
    • Game Theater: Legal documents, 1969Box 7, Folder 17
    • Game Theater: Articles, 1960sBox 7, Folder 18
    • Game Theater: Television ideas (Schaal, Spolin), 1971Box 7, Folder 19
    • Game Theater: Logo, n.d.Box 7, Folder 20
    • Story Theater: Television ideas, 1971Box 7, Folder 21
    • Story Theater: Scripts, 1971-1972Box 7, Folder 22
    • Story Theater: Financial materials, 1971-1974Box 7, Folder 23
    • Story Theater: Correspondence and contracts, 1971-1979Box 7, Folder 24
    • Story Theater: Handbook for Story Theater in the Classroom, preface and table of contents, 1972Box 7, Folder 25
    • Story Theater: Inquiries, 1973-1978Box 7, Folder 26
    • Story Theater: Production agreements, 1974-1976Box 8, Folder 1
    • Story Theater: "The American Revolution" production (Paul Sills), 1975Box 8, Folder 2
    • Story Theater: Introduction, "Theater Games for Story Theater", ca. 1975Box 8, Folder 3
    • Story Theater: Film prints and distribution (CFI), 1975-1976Box 8, Folder 4
    • Story Theater: Budget Films distribution, 1976Box 8, Folder 5
    • Story Theater: "Theater Games for Story Theater," notes, drafts, 1970sBox 8, Folder 6
    • Story Theater: "Theater Games for Story Theater," notes, drafts, 1970sBox 8, Folder 7
    • Story Theater: Articles, 1970sBox 8, Folder 8
    • Story Theater: Loan of prints to Buffman, 1980Box 8, Folder 9
    • Story Theater: Fundraising (NEA), 1980Box 8, Folder 10
    • The Committee: Correspondence (Alan Myerson), 1965Box 8, Folder 11
    • Open Theater: Correspondence (Joe Chaikin), 1966-1976Box 8, Folder 12
    • Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles), 1972Box 8, Folder 13
    • Body Politic (Chicago), 1974Box 8, Folder 14
    • Homemade Theater (Toronto), 1975-1976Box 8, Folder 15
    • Sills and Co. (New York): Production notes, 1983-1986Box 8, Folder 16
    • Sills and Co. (New York): Correspondence and royalties, 1986-1987Box 8, Folder 17
    • Improv Olympic (New York), n.d.Box 8, Folder 18
  • Improvisation for the Theater, 1955-1988
    • Excerpts, 1955Box 9, Folder 1
    • "Towards an Improvisational Theater," preface, ch. 1-2, 1958Box 9, Folder 2
    • "Towards an Improvisational Theater," ch. 2-7, 1958Box 9, Folder 3
    • "Towards an Improvisational Theater," various chapters and games, 1958Box 9, Folder 4
    • "Towards an Improvisational Theater," games and appendices, 1958Box 9, Folder 5
    • Loose notes, ca. 1961Box 9, Folder 6
    • "Towards an Improvisational Theater: A Handbook for Teachers", 1962Box 9, Folder 7
    • Directing, 1962Box 9, Folder 8
    • Directing, ch. 2, 1962Box 9, Folder 9
    • Developing material for scenes, 1962Box 9, Folder 10
    • Notes, 1962Box 9, Folder 11
    • Chapter VIII, Character, 1962Box 9, Folder 12
    • Chapter VIII, Special Exercises, 1962Box 9, Folder 13
    • Chapter VI, Speech/Radio/Television, 1962Box 9, Folder 14
    • Intro and ch. 1 draft, 1962Box 10, Folder 1
    • Illustrations, ca. 1962Box 10, Folder 2
    • Orientation, 1962Box 10, Folder 3
    • "Children and the Theater", 1962Box 10, Folder 4
    • "Children and the Theater", 1962Box 10, Folder 5
    • "Characters", 1962Box 10, Folder 6
    • "Listening, Seeing, Verbal agility, Contact, Silence", 1962Box 10, Folder 7
    • "Acting With the Whole Body", 1962Box 10, Folder 8
    • "Self- or Non-Directional Blocking", 1962Box 10, Folder 9
    • "Where" exercises, ca. 1962Box 10, Folder 10
    • "Where" (gibberish), 1962Box 10, Folder 11
    • "Where" (gibberish), 1962Box 10, Folder 12
    • Gibberish/Listening/Mirror exercises, 1962Box 10, Folder 13
    • "Emotion/Inner Action", 1962Box 10, Folder 14
    • "Summary" and "Point of Concentration", 1962Box 10, Folder 15
    • Notes on various chapters, 1962Box 10, Folder 16
    • Notes on various chapters, 1962Box 11, Folder 1
    • Writings on theater games, 1963-1965Box 11, Folder 2
    • Draft, 1964Box 11, Folder 3
    • Theater Games intro, 1964Box 11, Folder 4
    • Royalties, 1966-1978Box 11, Folder 5
    • Promotional materials and publicity, 1966-1971Box 11, Folder 6
    • Reviews (with annotations), 1966-1973Box 11, Folder 7
    • Notes on appendix, 1977-1978Box 11, Folder 8
    • Paperback introduction, 1983Box 11, Folder 9
    • Improvisation for the Theater, 1963 edition annotated by Spolin to revise 1983 edition, 1983Box 11, Folder 10
    • Notes for director's handbook, n.d.Box 12, Folder 1
    • Book jacket, n.d.Box 12, Folder 2
    • Notes on index, n.d.Box 12, Folder 3
    • Translations: French, 1971-1972Box 12, Folder 4
    • Translations: Dutch, 1977-1978Box 12, Folder 5
    • Translations: Danish, 1977-1979Box 12, Folder 6
    • Translations: Portuguese (Brazil), 1977-1979Box 12, Folder 7
    • Translations: Finnish/Swedish/Norwegian, 1979Box 12, Folder 8
    • Translations: German, 1979-1982Box 12, Folder 9
    • Translations: Chinese, 1982Box 12, Folder 10
    • Translations: Italian, 1988Box 12, Folder 11
    • Correspondence: Northwestern University Press, 1963-1974Box 12, Folder 12
    • Correspondence: reprint requests, 1967-1974Box 12, Folder 13
    • Correspondence: Viking Press, 1971-1972Box 12, Folder 14
    • Correspondence: Pitman Publishing, 1979Box 12, Folder 15
    • Book index, A-M (card file), n.d.Box 13, Folder 1
    • Book index, N-Z (card file), n.d.Box 13, Folder 2
  • Other Publications and Writings, 1957-1996
    • Allen Lurie article, June 1977Box 14, Folder 1
    • Anxiety question, June 1972Box 14, Folder 2
    • Approval/Disapproval/Authoritarianism, 1969-1972Box 14, Folder 3
    • Articles on theater games, 1967-1981Box 14, Folder 4
    • Articles on theater games, 1967-1986Box 14, Folder 5
    • Attack/Defense (transcription), January 1972Box 14, Folder 6
    • Attitudes, 1963-1969Box 14, Folder 7
    • Atonement, March 1968Box 14, Folder 8
    • Audience/Player, August 1973Box 14, Folder 9
    • Bi-lingual notes, 1982Box 14, Folder 10
    • Breakthrough, October 1973Box 14, Folder 11
    • Buber, Martin, excerpts from The Way of Response, 1981Box 14, Folder 12
    • Change, 1973Box 14, Folder 13
    • Character, 1960-1976Box 14, Folder 14
    • Codifying spontaneity (transcriptions), 1971Box 14, Folder 15
    • Comment on "The Theater", 1956Box 14, Folder 16
    • Commentaries, 1976Box 14, Folder 17
    • Competition, 1971-1975Box 14, Folder 18
    • Concepts/Connection, 1974-1978Box 14, Folder 19
    • Conversation/Crises, 1968-1974Box 14, Folder 20
    • Creative dramatics for California Public Schools, n.d.Box 14, Folder 21
    • Day's order/Drama, 1973Box 14, Folder 22
    • Drama therapy article, correspondence and drafts, 1975-1979Box 14, Folder 23
    • Drama therapy article, notes and drafts, 1975-1978Box 14, Folder 24
    • Education, book on (transcription), Sept. 13, 1970Box 15, Folder 1
    • Education, notes on, ca. 1972Box 15, Folder 2
    • Education manuscript: Curriculum, tests, and literature, 1970sBox 15, Folder 3
    • Education manuscript: Notes and clippings (transcriptions), 1960s-1970sBox 15, Folder 4
    • Education manuscript: Notes, 1970sBox 15, Folder 5
    • Education manuscript: Notes, 1963-1970Box 15, Folder 6
    • Education manuscript: Notes, Brookline schools, 1969Box 15, Folder 7
    • Education manuscript: Sample school progress reports, 1970sBox 15, Folder 8
    • Education manuscript: "Words to the Wise," for teachers (notes), 1970sBox 15, Folder 9
    • E.S.P./Evaluations, 1972-1973Box 16, Folder 1
    • Energy/Environment, 1973-1975Box 16, Folder 2
    • "Excursions Into the Intuitive: The Poetry of Viola Spolin", 1991Box 16, Folder 3
    • Experiencing/Ego, 1971-1975Box 16, Folder 4
    • Fight-Flight crises/Follow the follower, 1969-1971Box 16, Folder 5
    • Games commentary/Goals, 1971-1973Box 16, Folder 6
    • Group agreement, 1972-1973Box 16, Folder 7
    • Handbooks: Dance Handbook, 1968-1972Box 16, Folder 8
    • Handbooks: Early Classroom Handbook, 1972Box 16, Folder 9
    • Handbooks: Education Handbook (transcriptions), 1965-1973Box 16, Folder 10
    • Handbooks: English/Composition Games Handbook, 1968-1970Box 16, Folder 11
    • Handbooks: Family Member's Handbook (incl. Second City materials), 1962-1974Box 16, Folder 12
    • Handbooks: Games Handbook and notes on Spolin Handbook Project, 1965-1966Box 16, Folder 13
    • Handbooks: Jail & Prison Handbook (transcriptions), 1965-1973Box 16, Folder 14
    • Handbooks: Mental Health Handbook, 1964-1972Box 16, Folder 15
    • Handbooks: Music Handbook, 1972Box 16, Folder 16
    • Handbooks: Physical Handicaps Handbook, 1970Box 16, Folder 17
    • Handbooks: Playground & Sports Handbook, 1971Box 16, Folder 18
    • Handbooks: Reading Handbook, 1969-1977Box 16, Folder 19
    • Handbooks: Scripted Play handbook (transcriptions, incl. Paul Sills), 1965-1973Box 16, Folder 20
    • Handbooks: Skeleton Play Handbook, 1965Box 16, Folder 21
    • Handbooks: Substitute Teachers Handbook (transcriptions), 1969-1975Box 16, Folder 22
    • Handbooks: Writer's Handbook, 1955-1977Box 17, Folder 1
    • Hitting the ball (transcription), 1978Box 17, Folder 2
    • Imagery/Imagination/Interpretation, 1973-1974Box 17, Folder 3
    • Important sentences, phrases, notations, 1965-1967Box 17, Folder 4
    • Improvisation article, 1977Box 17, Folder 5
    • Integration of on- and off-stage activity, 1970-1972Box 17, Folder 6
    • Judging/Knowing/Not Knowing, 1973-1977Box 17, Folder 7
    • Labels vs. Who What Where/Learning, 1972-1973Box 17, Folder 8
    • Limitation/Limits/Listening/Hearing, 1973-1974Box 17, Folder 9
    • "Little Match Girl,' Mary Tyler Moore Show, n.d.Box 17, Folder 10
    • Love thy neighbor/Majority Rules, 1971-1972Box 17, Folder 11
    • Master of your own fate/Metaphoric mind, 1973-1976Box 17, Folder 12
    • Mental health, n.d.Box 17, Folder 13
    • Multiple stimulus/Paranoia/Fear, 1970-1973Box 17, Folder 14
    • Northwestern University Press catalog, 1989Box 17, Folder 15
    • Notes, 1965-1966Box 17, Folder 16
    • Notes on education (transcription), October 12, 1970Box 17, Folder 17
    • Notes on education (transcription), 1970-1971Box 17, Folder 18
    • Notes on introduction to "New Theater Games", 1963-1965Box 17, Folder 19
    • "Notes on my involvement with Spolin Theatre Games," Gary Schwartz, 1979Box 17, Folder 20
    • Notes on reaching out, 1968Box 17, Folder 21
    • Notes on theater games, 1969Box 17, Folder 22
    • Notes on What and Where, with tape index, 1970-1971Box 17, Folder 23
    • Off-balance/Crisis, ca. 1965Box 17, Folder 24
    • Once Upon A Time pamphlet, n.d.Box 17, Folder 25
    • Part of a whole, 1972-1973Box 17, Folder 26
    • Passivity/The pause, 1974-1975Box 17, Folder 27
    • Pay attention/Performance/Peerage, 1971-1974Box 17, Folder 28
    • Physical connections/Physicalization, n.d.Box 17, Folder 29
    • Physiological word, 1971-1975Box 17, Folder 30
    • Photograph info for manuscript, 1969Box 17, Folder 31
    • Playing/Playwriting, 1965-1974Box 17, Folder 32
    • Present time/Process/Presence, 1971-1977Box 17, Folder 33
    • Presentation of games, leader as host, 1960sBox 17, Folder 34
    • Receiving and sending/Relation and Relationship, 1960, 1973-1974Box 17, Folder 35
    • Reflection/Action/Responsibility, 1972-1977Box 17, Folder 36
    • Response/Reaction/Reward/Punishment, 1973Box 17, Folder 37
    • Revisions, 1963-1976Box 18, Folder 1
    • Role playing/Rote teaching, 1969-1973Box 18, Folder 2
    • Rule/What do you see?, 1962-1972Box 18, Folder 3
    • Scenario/Message to Garcia, 1973-1975Box 18, Folder 4
    • Self-discovery/Identity/Protection, 1973-1978Box 18, Folder 5
    • Sensory exercise/Spontaneity, 1973-1974Box 18, Folder 6
    • "Severn Darden," poem, 1995Box 18, Folder 7
    • Side Coaching (transcriptions), 1969-1981Box 18, Folder 8
    • Solving problems/Subjectivity, 1967-1978Box 18, Folder 9
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Jeffrey Sweet notes, n.d.Box 18, Folder 10
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with Alan Alda (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 11
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with Alan Arkin (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 12
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with David Shepherd (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 13
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with Joan Rivers (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 14
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with Mike Nichols (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 15
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with Paul Sand (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 16
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with Shelley Berman (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 17
    • Something Wonderful Right Away: Sweet interview with Walter Beakel (transcription), n.d.Box 18, Folder 18
    • Space Walks, various workshop transcripts (transcriptions), 1970-1976Box 18, Folder 19
    • Space/Pilot Project/Index of games played, 1967-1978Box 18, Folder 20
    • Space/Intuition (transcription), 1978Box 18, Folder 21
    • Space (transcriptions, see "Space" audiocassettes), 1967-1974Box 18, Folder 22
    • Spolin Games Newsletter, 1994-1996Box 18, Folder 23
    • Structure/Subject matter, 1974-1977Box 18, Folder 24
    • Student/Teacher, Teacher/Student (transcriptions), 1969-1977Box 18, Folder 25
    • Talent (transcriptions), 1963-1976Box 18, Folder 26
    • Teacher is the subject/Teams, 1973-1977Box 18, Folder 27
    • "Television makes children passive…," Daily News article by Spolin, July 23, 1952Box 18, Folder 28
    • Theater games/Thought, 1973-1974Box 18, Folder 29
    • "Theater Games," Ingrid D. Koudela (dissertation), n.d.Box 18, Folder 30
    • "Theatre Games and the Art of Horseback Riding," Anita Harmon, 1980Box 19, Folder 1
    • Theater Games for the Classroom, draft, 1974Box 19, Folder 2
    • Theater Games for the Classroom, notes, 1972Box 19, Folder 3
    • Theater Games for the Classroom, notes, 1980sBox 19, Folder 4
    • Theater Games for the Classroom, exercises, 1985Box 19, Folder 5
    • Theater Games for the Classroom, drafts, 1985Box 19, Folder 6
    • Theater Games for the Director, notes, 1980sBox 19, Folder 7
    • Theater Games for the Rehearsal, notes, 1980sBox 19, Folder 8
    • Theater Games for the Lone Actor, notes and agreements, 1985Box 19, Folder 9
    • 1987Box 19, Folder 10
    • Time clock vs. energy/Theater games and curriculum, 1972Box 19, Folder 11
    • Training film, handwritten table of contents, 1972Box 19, Folder 12
    • Uneven development/Values, 1974Box 19, Folder 13
    • Violence/Wait, ca. 1965, 1976Box 19, Folder 14
    • Warm ups/Where Who What, 1963, 1972-1974Box 19, Folder 15
    • Word Game pamphlet drafts, 1957-1965Box 19, Folder 16
    • Words/Work, 1971-1977Box 20, Folder 1
    • Workshop outlines, 1977Box 20, Folder 2
    • Workshop outlines for education manuscript, 1971Box 20, Folder 3
    • Writings, 1977-1978Box 20, Folder 4
    • Buber, Martin. I And Thou. New York: Scribner, 1958. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1958Box 20, Folder 5
    • Buber, Martin. The Way of Response. New York: Schocken, 1966. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1966Box 20, Folder 6
    • Buber, Martin. The Origin and Meaning of Hasidism. New York: Harper, 1960. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1960Box 20, Folder 7
    • Capra, Fritjof. The Tao of Physics. Boulder, CO: Shambala, 1975. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1975Box 20, Folder 8
    • Buber, Martin. Between Man and Man. New York: Macmillan, 1967. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1967Box 20, Folder 9
    • Levin, Meyer. The Old Bunch. New York: Macfadden, 1962. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1962Box 20, Folder 10
    • Buber, Martin. Ten Rungs: Hasidic Sayings. New York: Schocken, 1964. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1964Box 20, Folder 11
    • Buber, Martin. Pointing the Way. New York: Harper, 1957. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1957Box 20, Folder 12
    • Buber, Martin. Good and Evil. New York: Scribner, 1953. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1953Box 20, Folder 13
    • Williams, Margery. The Velveteen Rabbit. New York: Avon, 1975. Copy marked up by Spolin., 1975Box 20, Folder 14
  • General Correspondence and Inquiries, 1957-2003
    • Amitin, Mark (booking agent), 1972-1974Box 21, Folder 1
    • Bernstein, Bradley, 1976-1992Box 21, Folder 2
    • Boyd, Neva (and Dora Nelson), incl. writings, 1963-1975Box 21, Folder 3
    • Brandt, Mary Ann, 1978-1992Box 21, Folder 4
    • Bronkema, Boni (transcriber), 1979-1980Box 21, Folder 5
    • Camarillo Advisory Board, letters of congratulation, 1977Box 21, Folder 6
    • Colket, Kay, 1965Box 21, Folder 7
    • Contemporary Authors listings, 1974Box 21, Folder 8
    • Copyright infringements, possible/alleged, 1971-1981Box 21, Folder 9
    • Copyright infringements, possible/alleged (Children's Theatre, Arena Stage), 1967Box 21, Folder 10
    • Copyright infringements, possible/alleged (Players Theatrical Academy), 1981Box 21, Folder 11
    • Copyright infringements, unauthorized reprints, 1969-1971Box 21, Folder 12
    • Copyright inquiries, 1970-1971Box 21, Folder 13
    • Coyne, Bernie, 1968-1972Box 21, Folder 14
    • Cunningham, Dennis, 1967Box 21, Folder 15
    • Donovan (transcriber), 1980Box 21, Folder 16
    • Drama In Therapy chapter, 1977-1978Box 21, Folder 17
    • Drymalski, Anne, 1979-1980Box 21, Folder 18
    • Engar, Keith, 1972-1974Box 22, Folder 1
    • Fan mail, 1964-1981Box 22, Folder 2
    • Foreign inquiries, 1965-1976Box 22, Folder 3
    • "Gerald", 1966-1970Box 22, Folder 4
    • Greeting cards, nBox 22, Folder 5
    • Greeting cards, nBox 22, Folder 6
    • Greeting cards, nBox 22, Folder 7
    • Harmon, Andrew, 1980Box 22, Folder 8
    • Harper, Floren, 1968-1972Box 22, Folder 9
    • Harper, Valerie, 1975-1990Box 22, Folder 10
    • Harris, Barbara, 1975-1982Box 22, Folder 11
    • Herman, Randy, 1981Box 22, Folder 12
    • Hesslen, Dick, nBox 22, Folder 13
    • Hosfeld, Leslie, 1968Box 22, Folder 14
    • Hume, Pat, 1975Box 23, Folder 1
    • Hunter, Allister, 1980Box 23, Folder 2
    • Hyams, Barry (L.A. Times), 1973-1974Box 23, Folder 3
    • Isaac, Dan (Village Voice), 1972Box 23, Folder 4
    • Kelly, Khaliel, 1978-1981Box 23, Folder 5
    • Kimmell, Marcia, 1970-1977Box 23, Folder 6
    • Kirby, Michael (Drama Review), 1971-1972Box 23, Folder 7
    • Korty, Carol, 1966-1975Box 23, Folder 8
    • Koste, Jinny (Virginia Michalak), 1965-1977Box 23, Folder 9
    • Koudela, Ingrid Dormien, 1978-1995Box 23, Folder 10
    • Lewis, Dori, 1968-1969Box 23, Folder 11
    • Levitt, Bruce (incl. drafts of thesis), 1972-1975Box 23, Folder 12
    • MacGregor & Zournas (Theatre Arts Books), 1969-1974Box 23, Folder 13
    • May, Marvin, 1972Box 23, Folder 14
    • Miller, Tom (Alex in Wonderland), 1972Box 23, Folder 15
    • Mills, George, 1934Box 23, Folder 16
    • Moffitt, Dale, 1980-1985Box 23, Folder 17
    • Morrison, George, 1971-1973Box 23, Folder 18
    • Moyer, Bob, 1968-1979Box 23, Folder 19
    • Northwestern University Press, 1976-1989Box 24, Folder 1
    • Pentland, John, 1968Box 24, Folder 2
    • Pine, Ralph (Drama Book Specialists/Publishers), 1973-1978Box 24, Folder 3
    • Quinn, John, 1968Box 24, Folder 4
    • Rolling Stone, 1982-1983Box 24, Folder 5
    • Shapli, Omar, 1970-1973Box 24, Folder 6
    • Shepherd, David, 1966-1993Box 24, Folder 7
    • Shepherd, David to Kolmus Greene, 1983-1995Box 24, Folder 8
    • Shepherd, David to Paul Sills, 1965, 1993, 2003Box 24, Folder 9
    • Shepard, Richmond, 1967-1969Box 24, Folder 10
    • Shifflett, Jim, 1971Box 24, Folder 11
    • Sills, Bill, 1962-1965Box 24, Folder 12
    • Sills, Carol, 1967, 1983Box 24, Folder 13
    • Sills, Paul, 1960-1966, 1993Box 24, Folder 14
    • Skilandz, Melinda, 1980Box 24, Folder 15
    • Slavet, Gerald, 1967-1972Box 24, Folder 16
    • Spiegel, Mel, 1970-1974Box 24, Folder 17
    • Spolin, Ed, 1957-1962Box 24, Folder 18
    • Stovitz, Andy, 1980Box 24, Folder 19
    • Strawn-Hamilton, Frank (Young Actors Company alumnus), 1988Box 24, Folder 20
    • Sweet, Jeffrey (incl. draft of Something Wonderful Right Away), 1974-1975Box 24, Folder 21
    • Thesis requests, 1967-1975Box 24, Folder 22
    • Thorin, Mats, 1990-1992Box 24, Folder 23
    • Various, 1940sBox 24, Folder 24
    • Various, 1960sBox 25, Folder 1
    • Various, 1970sBox 25, Folder 2
    • Various, 1980sBox 25, Folder 3
    • Various (Kolmus Greene), 1980sBox 25, Folder 4
    • Various, 1990sBox 25, Folder 5
    • Various (Kolmus Greene), 1990sBox 25, Folder 6
    • Various (Kolmus Greene), 2000sBox 25, Folder 7
    • Various (Kolmus Greene), n.d.Box 25, Folder 8
    • Various booking agents, 1973-1975Box 25, Folder 9
    • Wiemhoff, Ann (Eldridge), 1972-1975Box 25, Folder 10
    • Wong, Olive, 1974Box 25, Folder 11
    • Yale/Theatre Magazine, 1973-1974Box 25, Folder 12
    • Zambrano, Oscar, 1978Box 25, Folder 13
    • Card files and address books containing contact information, n.d.Box 26, Folder 1
    • Card file containing contact information, n.d.Box 27, Folder 1
    • Card file containing index of theater game terms, n.d.Box 27, Folder 2
  • Lectures, Workshops, and Teaching, 1963-1983
    • Workshops by date, 1963-1967 and n.d.Box 28, Folder 1
    • List of transcribed lectures, 1963-1967Box 28, Folder 2
    • Job offers and inquiries, colleges/universities, 1963-1972Box 28, Folder 3
    • Big Sur, Calif. (Esalen Institute), Oct. 1964-1969Box 28, Folder 4
    • AEATA, Chicago (Spolin's first public workshop), Dec. 1964Box 28, Folder 5
    • Macalaster College, April 1965-1967Box 28, Folder 6
    • Assorted lists of workshop games and agendas, 1965-1971Box 28, Folder 7
    • Job offers and inquiries, elementary and high schools, 1965-1973Box 28, Folder 8
    • Job offers and inquiries, Canada, 1965-1976Box 28, Folder 9
    • Illinois Department of Mental Health, June 1965Box 28, Folder 10
    • State College of Iowa, 1965-1966Box 28, Folder 11
    • Karamu House, 1965Box 28, Folder 12
    • "What's Beyond" workshop transcription (teachers), 1965Box 28, Folder 13
    • Eastern Michigan University, 1965-1967Box 28, Folder 14
    • Sarah Lawrence College, 1965-1966Box 28, Folder 15
    • Sarah Lawrence College (2), 1965-1966Box 28, Folder 16
    • Sarah Lawrence College (3), 1965-1966Box 28, Folder 17
    • Job offers and inquiries, general, 1965-1986Box 29, Folder 1
    • Oakland University, 1966Box 29, Folder 2
    • Southern Illinois University, 1966Box 29, Folder 3
    • New England Theater Conference, 1966Box 29, Folder 4
    • "Space" workshops, 1966-1967Box 29, Folder 5
    • University of New Hampshire, 1966-1967Box 29, Folder 6
    • Brandeis University, July 1966-1969Box 29, Folder 7
    • Arena Stage (Washington, D.C.), 1967Box 29, Folder 8
    • Bennett College, 1967Box 29, Folder 9
    • Middlebury College, 1967Box 29, Folder 10
    • Brookline, Massachusetts public schools, 1967-1974Box 29, Folder 11
    • American Conservatory Theater, 1968Box 29, Folder 12
    • New York State Community Theater Association, 1968Box 29, Folder 13
    • San Francisco State College, 1968Box 29, Folder 14
    • New Orleans Symposium on Improvisation and the Teaching of Literature, 1969Box 29, Folder 15
    • Smith College, 1969Box 29, Folder 16
    • Cleveland State University, 1969-1970Box 29, Folder 17
    • Los Angeles City Schools, 1970Box 29, Folder 18
    • Brochures for "sensory awareness" groups, 1970-1973Box 29, Folder 19
    • China cultural exchange, 1971-1972Box 30, Folder 1
    • New Orleans public schools, March 1972Box 30, Folder 2
    • American Theater Association (San Francisco) (transcriptions), Aug. 1972Box 30, Folder 3
    • City of Redondo Beach, Calif., Nov. 1972Box 30, Folder 4
    • Review excerpts from workshops, 1972Box 30, Folder 5
    • Ojai Valley (teachers), Nov. 1972Box 30, Folder 6
    • Gifted children workshop (Inglewood, Calif.), Dec. 1972Box 30, Folder 7
    • "The Cage: Drama from San Quentin", 1972Box 30, Folder 8
    • University of Minnesota, 1972Box 30, Folder 9
    • University of Utah, 1972-1974Box 30, Folder 10
    • University of Southern California (Schall/Spolin), 1971-1974Box 30, Folder 11
    • Misc. uses and comments, 1973Box 30, Folder 12
    • Beverly Center for Educational Therapy, 1974-1975Box 30, Folder 13
    • Rhoda and Friends and Lovers workshops, 1974-1975Box 30, Folder 14
    • Groups using theater games for grant projects, 1974-1975Box 30, Folder 15
    • McGinnis Home for Boys and Girls (Fred Nystrom), 1976Box 30, Folder 16
    • Rachael Davis school workshops, 1976-1977Box 30, Folder 17
    • Stephen Book acting workshops, 1976-1978Box 30, Folder 18
    • Teacher workshops, 1977-1980Box 30, Folder 19
    • Workshop drawings (teachers), 1978Box 31, Folder 1
    • Andrew Harmon workshops (London), 1978-1980Box 31, Folder 2
    • Summer workshop scenes, 1978-1980Box 31, Folder 3
    • Workshop, "Luncheon Bull Session" (transcription) (teachers), Feb. 1979Box 31, Folder 4
    • Bob Moyer workshops, Grand Valley State Colleges, 1980-1983Box 31, Folder 5
    • Mextel workshops (transcriptions), 1982Box 31, Folder 6
    • Mextel workshop notes, 1980-1982Box 31, Folder 7
    • Notes, 1970s-1980sBox 31, Folder 8
    • Articles and clippings on teaching, workshops, and education, 1980sBox 31, Folder 9
    • Workshop equipment sheets and blank participant lists, n.d.Box 31, Folder 10
    • Workshop articles and reports (Betty Shiflett), n.d.Box 31, Folder 11
    • L.A. Music Center, 1985Box 31, Folder 12
    • Index of teacher workshops, A-M (card file), n.d.Box 32, Folder 1
    • Index of teacher workshops, Mc-Z (card file), n.d.Box 32, Folder 2
  • What's Your Score?, 1965-1983
    • Advertisement, mock-up for pamphlet, 1966Box 33, Folder 1
    • "Confession vs. Score", 1981-1983Box 33, Folder 2
    • Correspondence, 1969-1975Box 33, Folder 3
    • Draft (first), 1969Box 33, Folder 4
    • Draft (second), 1969Box 33, Folder 5
    • Draft, 1969Box 33, Folder 6
    • Draft, 1972Box 33, Folder 7
    • Drafts and notes, 1970sBox 33, Folder 8
    • Drafts and notes, 1970-1978Box 33, Folder 9
    • Drafts and table of contents, 1971Box 33, Folder 10
    • Exercises and related writings, 1964-1972Box 33, Folder 11
    • Exercises, annotated, n.d.Box 33, Folder 12
    • Ideas, 1973-1974Box 33, Folder 13
    • Notebooks, 1967 and n.d.Box 34, Folder 1
    • Notes, 1960s-1970sBox 34, Folder 2
    • Notes, 1970sBox 34, Folder 3
    • Notes, 1970s-1980sBox 34, Folder 4
    • Notes (2), 1970s-1980sBox 34, Folder 5
    • Notes (3), 1970s-1980sBox 34, Folder 6
    • Notes (4), 1970s-1980sBox 35, Folder 1
    • Notes, pilot project, 1975Box 35, Folder 2
    • Pilot Project work book, 1975-1976Box 35, Folder 3
    • Published version by Spolin Center, 1994Box 35, Folder 4
    • Publisher possibilities, 1972-1975Box 35, Folder 5
    • Radio note cards, 1969-1971Box 35, Folder 6
    • Radio and Story Theater treatments with Dick Schaal, 1971Box 35, Folder 7
    • Reports, 1982-1983Box 35, Folder 8
    • "There's always a reason", 1960s-1970sBox 35, Folder 9
    • Worksheets, Sarah Lawrence College, ca. 1965Box 35, Folder 10
  • Spolin Theater Game Center, 1969-1978
    • Acting Coaches and Teachers Association (ACTA), n.d.Box 35, Folder 11
    • Articles and newsclippings, 1970sBox 35, Folder 12
    • Artist-in-residence program, n.d.Box 36, Folder 1
    • Articles of Incorporation draft, 1972Box 36, Folder 2
    • Articles of Incorporation and founding documents, 1973Box 36, Folder 3
    • Book, Stephen workshop notes, 1977-1980Box 36, Folder 4
    • Brochures and fliers, 1970sBox 36, Folder 5
    • Brochures and fliers ("The Cage: Drama from San Quentin"), 1970sBox 36, Folder 6
    • California Arts Council (CAC) project, 1977-1978Box 36, Folder 7
    • Casa Colima, Feb. 9, 1980Box 36, Folder 8
    • Classes: Actors Workshop (transcription), June 29, 1978Box 36, Folder 9
    • Classes: Actors Workshop (transcription), July 5, 1978Box 36, Folder 10
    • Classes: Actors Workshop (transcription), July 6, 1978Box 36, Folder 11
    • Classes: Actors Workshop (transcription), July 11, 1978Box 37, Folder 1
    • Classes: Actors Workshop (transcription), July 18, 1978Box 37, Folder 2
    • Classes: Actors Workshop (transcription), July 19, 1978Box 37, Folder 3
    • Classes: Actors Workshop (transcription), July 20, 1978Box 37, Folder 4
    • Classes: Class lists (classes and workshops), 1977-1979Box 37, Folder 5
    • Classes: Class schedules, 1975-1979Box 37, Folder 6
    • Classes: Continuing Actors workshop (transcription), Jan. 25, 1978Box 37, Folder 7
    • Classes: Continuing Actors workshop (transcription), Feb. 18, 1978Box 37, Folder 8
    • Classes: Continuing Actors workshop (transcription), Feb. 22, 1978Box 37, Folder 9
    • Classes: Continuing Actors workshop (transcription), March 1, 1978Box 37, Folder 10
    • Classes: Continuing Actors workshop (transcription), March 15, 1978Box 37, Folder 11
    • Classes: Continuing Actors workshop (transcription), April 5, 1978Box 37, Folder 12
    • Classes: "Monday actors #10, discussion: 'Where'" (transcription), March 26, 1979Box 37, Folder 13
    • Classes: "Monday actors #10, discussion: 'Where'" (transcription), April 19, 1979Box 37, Folder 14
    • Classes: "Monday actors #10, discussion: 'What's Beyond'" (transcription), May 14, 1979Box 37, Folder 15
    • Classes: "Monday actors #10, discussion: 'Gibberish'" (transcription), May 21, 1979Box 37, Folder 16
    • Classes: Notes, 1974-1976Box 37, Folder 17
    • Classes: Playwriting, 1977Box 37, Folder 18
    • Classes: "Scene study class" (transcription—for recorded version see audiocassettes), Dec. 12, 1979Box 37, Folder 19
    • Classes: Spring teachers' day (transcription), May 19, 1979Box 37, Folder 20
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers, Feb. 26, 1977Box 37, Folder 21
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), March 26, 1977Box 37, Folder 22
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), April 30, 1977Box 37, Folder 23
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), May 21, 1977Box 37, Folder 24
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Aug. 22, 1977Box 37, Folder 25
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Aug. 23, 1977Box 37, Folder 26
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Aug. 24, 1977Box 37, Folder 27
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Aug. 25, 1977Box 37, Folder 28
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Nov. 12, 1977Box 38, Folder 1
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Dec. 3, 1977Box 38, Folder 2
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Jan. 14, 1978Box 38, Folder 3
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Feb. 11, 1978Box 38, Folder 4
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), May 20, 1978Box 38, Folder 5
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Aug. 21, 1978Box 38, Folder 6
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Apr. 1, 1978Box 38, Folder 7
    • Classes: Theater Games for Classroom Teachers (transcription), Apr. 22, 1978Box 38, Folder 8
    • Classes: "Wednesday actors #11, discussion: 'Lone Wolf, Give and Take'" (transcription), May 23, 1979Box 38, Folder 9
    • Classes: "Wednesday actors #11, discussion: 'Contrapuntal 1, 2, 3" (transcription), June 6, 1979Box 38, Folder 10
    • Class proposal, Gary Schwartz, 1981Box 38, Folder 11
    • Collaboration proposals, 1975-1976Box 38, Folder 12
    • Commentaries on Spolin Theater Games, 1980-1983Box 38, Folder 13
    • Correspondence: Book, Stephen, 1974-1979Box 38, Folder 14
    • Correspondence: Harmon, Andrew (incl. transcriptions), 1980Box 38, Folder 15
    • Correspondence: Herman, Randy, 1980-1981Box 38, Folder 16
    • Correspondence: Krasilovsky, Alexis, 1974Box 38, Folder 17
    • Correspondence: Leonard, Robert (The Road Company), 1980Box 38, Folder 18
    • Correspondence: Moyer, Robert, 1980Box 38, Folder 19
    • Correspondence: Various, 1975-1977Box 38, Folder 20
    • Correspondence: West, Jerry (Storefront Actors Theater), 1980Box 38, Folder 21
    • Correspondence: Whelan, Ken, 1972Box 38, Folder 22
    • Court documents, 1979Box 38, Folder 23
    • Dissolution documents, 1987Box 39, Folder 1
    • Feedback request and responses from teacher workshop attendees, 1978-1979Box 39, Folder 2
    • Field project report, 1976Box 39, Folder 3
    • Financial materials, 1973-1974Box 39, Folder 4
    • Financial materials, 1975-1977Box 39, Folder 5
    • Financial materials: Financial review, 1977Box 39, Folder 6
    • Financial materials: Application for exemption and qualification to do business, 1978-1979Box 39, Folder 7
    • Financial materials: Tax-exempt status, 1973-1976Box 39, Folder 8
    • Financial materials: Social services and solicitation, 1975-1977Box 39, Folder 9
    • Financial materials: Financial record for entertainment, 1978-1988Box 39, Folder 10
    • Financial materials: Early grant attempts, 1969-1977Box 39, Folder 11
    • Financial materials: CEMREL grant proposals, 1975Box 39, Folder 12
    • Harmon, Andrew: Theater Games in London, 1982Box 39, Folder 13
    • Horoscope for Spolin Theater Game Center, 1979Box 39, Folder 14
    • Index to games used in workshops, 1975-1978Box 39, Folder 15
    • Inner London Education Authority, 1979-1980Box 39, Folder 16
    • Inter-Cultural Awareness Program (ICAP), contract, 1981Box 39, Folder 17
    • Lease and move to 800 N. El Centro, 1977-1979Box 39, Folder 18
    • Letterhead examples, n.d.Box 39, Folder 19
    • Mark Taper Theaters, 1972-1973Box 39, Folder 20
    • Meetings: Planning meeting (transcription), Aug. 13, 1972Box 39, Folder 21
    • Meetings: Meeting notes and transcriptions, 1974-1975Box 40, Folder 1
    • Meetings: Meeting notes and transcriptions, 1976Box 40, Folder 2
    • Meetings: Meeting notes and transcriptions, 1978Box 40, Folder 3
    • Meetings: Meeting notes and transcriptions, 1979Box 40, Folder 4
    • Meetings: Meeting notes and transcriptions, 1980Box 40, Folder 5
    • Moyer, Bob, 1979-1980Box 40, Folder 6
    • Moyer, Bob, "Tales of Wonder", 1979-1980Box 40, Folder 7
    • National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), 1971-1973Box 40, Folder 8
    • New Mercury Players, Hollywood Center Theatre, n.d.Box 40, Folder 9
    • Newsletter (never sent out), 1978Box 40, Folder 10
    • Notes, 1979Box 40, Folder 11
    • Queen Anne Teacher Workshops, 1977-1978Box 40, Folder 12
    • Rhoda workshops, July 1974-Jan. 1975Box 40, Folder 13
    • San Francisco chapter ideas, 1973-1974Box 40, Folder 14
    • Sand, Paul workshops, Aug.-Nov. 1974Box 40, Folder 15
    • Schall, Dick, 1974Box 40, Folder 16
    • Schaal workshop formats, n.d.Box 40, Folder 17
    • Secondary School Theater Association Award, 1976Box 40, Folder 18
    • Shiflett, Jim, 1966-1972Box 40, Folder 19
    • Spolin Game Players at the Heliotrope Theater, 1987Box 41, Folder 1
    • Student workshops, 1977 and n.d.Box 41, Folder 2
    • T.E.A. Maya Women's Theater Group, 1994Box 41, Folder 3
    • Television possibilities, 1974-1979Box 41, Folder 4
    • Various teacher workshops, 1980-1987Box 41, Folder 5
    • West Coast Theater Company agreement, 1977Box 41, Folder 6
    • Workshop formats, 1977Box 41, Folder 7
    • Workshop testimonials from teachers, 1973-1974Box 41, Folder 8
    • Workshops: L.A. Mime Guild, Feb. 25, 1980Box 41, Folder 9
    • Workshops: University of Southern California, proposal, n.d.Box 41, Folder 10
    • Workshops: University of Southern California (Stephen Book notes), 1977Box 41, Folder 11
    • Workshops: University of Southern California, notebook and daily planner, 1977Box 41, Folder 12
    • Workshops: University of Southern California, correspondence, 1977Box 41, Folder 13
    • Workshops: Los Angeles school district, 1978Box 41, Folder 14
    • Workshops: Spolin Theater Game Project for the Head Injured Patient, 1978-1979Box 41, Folder 15
    • Workshops: Thomas Edison Elementary School, Long Beach, Calif., 1980Box 41, Folder 16
    • Young Audiences of Greater Los Angeles, 1980Box 41, Folder 17
  • Audio/Video Materials, 1969-1995
    • Casa Colina (label: Corona Hospital Therapists, 1970) (VHS), 1980Box 42, Folder 1
    • Casa Colina (U-matic), Feb. 9, 1980Box 42, Folder 2
    • Teachers' Workshop (VHS), Summer 1980Box 42, Folder 3
    • Teachers' Workshop (technical) (VHS), SummBox 42, Folder 4
    • Teachers' Workshop (last) (VHS), Summer 1980Box 42, Folder 5
    • Viola: 2 Day Workshop #1, Monday (VHS), 1980Box 42, Folder 6
    • Word Game, 2 Day Workshop #2, Tuesday (VHS), 1980Box 42, Folder 7
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): #2 group, Exits and Entrances, What's Beyond (VHS), Mar. 30, 1982Box 42, Folder 8
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): How Old Am I?, Shake Up Space, Who Am I? (VHS), Apr. 1, 1982Box 42, Folder 9
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): Give/Take, 4 players (VHS), Apr. 22, 1982Box 42, Folder 10
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): Building A Story, Inner Emotion (VHS), Apr. 29, 1982Box 42, Folder 11
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): No Motion, Turning Point, For. Lang. Gib. (VHS), May 13-20, 1982Box 42, Folder 12
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): Shadowing and Detachment, Contrapuntal Variation (VHS), May 20-25, 1982Box 43, Folder 1
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): Take/Give, Help/Hinder (VHS), May 28-June 8, 1982Box 43, Folder 2
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): Help/Hinder, Detachment, vocal sound effects (VHS), June 8, Oct. 6, 1982Box 43, Folder 3
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): Shadowing (VHS), June 15, 1982Box 43, Folder 4
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop) (VHS), June 17, 1982Box 43, Folder 5
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): #2: Mirror Penetration, Transformation of Relationship, Real Objects (VHS), 1982Box 43, Folder 6
    • Mextel (Mexican Workshop): Contact, Lone Wolf, Silent Tension, Building a Story (VHS), 1982Box 43, Folder 7
    • Sills & Co. workshop (VHS), Jan. 22, 1985Box 43, Folder 8
    • Sills & Co. workshop (VHS), Feb. 6, 1985Box 43, Folder 9
    • Sills & Co. workshop (VHS), Feb. 14, 1985Box 43, Folder 10
    • Channel 7 News—V. Spolin, Fred Anderson (VHS), July 16, 1986Box 43, Folder 11
    • Spolin at Heliotrope, Gary Schwartz et al. (VHS), 1986?Box 44, Folder 1
    • Spolin Teacher's Workshop (VHS), 1987Box 44, Folder 2
    • Spolin Teacher's Workshop, Music Center (VHS), Apr. 1, 1989Box 44, Folder 3
    • Spolin Players (VHS), May 21, 1990Box 44, Folder 4
    • Viola at Pierce Brothers (VHS), Nov. 25, 1994Box 45, Folder 1
    • Viola's wake (VHS), Nov. 27, 1994Box 45, Folder 2
    • Viola's wake, copy 2 (VHS), Nov. 27, 1994Box 45, Folder 3
    • Viola Spolin Memorial (VHS), Feb. 1995Box 45, Folder 4
    • Spolin w/ Gary at Improv Santa Monica (VHS), n.d.Box 46, Folder 1
    • Alex in Wonderland (VHS), n.d.Box 46, Folder 2
    • Spolin workshop (edited version of Spolin Teacher's Workshop) (VHS), n.d.Box 46, Folder 3
    • Space Walk (audiocassette), June 6, 1969Box 46, Folder 4
    • Physiological word (audiocassette), March 9, 1973Box 46, Folder 5
    • Space Walks, from pilot project, #1-18 (audiocassette), 1974?Box 46, Folder 6
    • Space Walks, from pilot project, #18-23 (audiocassette), 1974?Box 46, Folder 7
    • Space Walk, Dick Schaal (audiocassette), 1974?Box 46, Folder 8
    • Side coaching, Love of Neighbor, Who/What/Where, Viola and Kolmus (audiocassette), July 22, 1978Box 47, Folder 7
    • Scene study class, #1 (audiocassette—for transcription see "Classes: Scene Study Class…), Dec. 12, 1979Box 47, Folder 8
    • Scene study class, #1 (audiocassette—for transcription see "Classes: Scene Study Class…), Dec. 19, 1979Box 47, Folder 9
    • Andy, Vy, Bob (Andrew Harmon, Viola Spolin, Robert Kolmus Greene) (audiocassette), July 28, 1980Box 47, Folder 10
    • Spolin scene study workshop (audiocassette), Jan. 30, 1980Box 47, Folder 11
    • Sills & Co., Spolin (audiocassette), 1986Box 47, Folder 12
    • Kolmus' retirement address (audiocassette), Feb. 21, 1989Box 47, Folder 13
    • Carol Gray and Valerie Harper on Viola Spolin (audiocassette), May 1994Box 47, Folder 14
    • Kolmus on Viola's passing (audiocassette), Dec. 1994Box 47, Folder 15
    • Kolmus on last illness and death of Viola (audiocassette), 1994Box 47, Folder 16
    • Hemmingway (audiocassette), 1996Box 47, Folder 17
    • Ave Maria, mid-winter songs (audiocassette), n.d.Box 47, Folder 18
    • Officium (audiocassette), n.d.Box 47, Folder 19
    • Unlabeled #1 (audiocassette), n.d.Box 47, Folder 20
    • Unlabeled #2 (audiocassette), n.d.Box 47, Folder 21
    • Paulyna Carraz record album, 1989Box 47, Folder 22
  • Theater Game File, 1971-1987
    • Articles of agreement (CEMREL), 1973-1975Box 48, Folder 1
    • Correspondence: CEMREL, 1972-1974Box 48, Folder 2
    • Correspondence: CEMREL, 1975Box 48, Folder 3
    • Correspondence: Contract negotiations with Northwestern Univ. Press (transcriptions), 1972Box 48, Folder 4
    • Correspondence: Dissolution of CEMREL, 1974-1987Box 48, Folder 5
    • Correspondence: JDR III Fund, 1973-1975Box 48, Folder 6
    • Correspondence: General and agreements, 1973-1976Box 48, Folder 7
    • Correspondence: Murdoch, Samuel (lawyer), 1972-1973Box 48, Folder 8
    • Correspondence: Publication of Theater Game File, 1974-1976Box 48, Folder 9
    • Dispute over CEMREL publication, 1973Box 48, Folder 10
    • Drafts, 1974Box 48, Folder 11
    • Drafts (CEMREL), 1974Box 48, Folder 12
    • Evidence (first CEMREL File, Hansen/Contrucci), 1971Box 48, Folder 13
    • Improvisation for the Theater, Spolin's marked-up copy used while writing updated edition of Theater Game File, first paperback edition, 1983, ca. 1985Box 49, Folder 1
    • New games, n.d.Box 49, Folder 2
    • Notes and drafts, 1987Box 49, Folder 3
    • Pre-publication layouts, n.d.Box 49, Folder 4
    • Promotional materials, 1973-1976Box 49, Folder 5
    • Reprint requests, 1977-1978Box 49, Folder 6
    • Reviews, 1975-1976Box 49, Folder 7
    • Royalties (CEMREL), 1975-1982Box 49, Folder 8
    • Spolin's CEMREL notebook (notes, letters, reactions to CEMREL's first File) (transcriptions), 1971-1972Box 49, Folder 9
    • Table of contents and lists of games, n.d.Box 49, Folder 10
    • Theater games "sampler", 1976Box 49, Folder 11
    • Theater Game File (Hansen and Contrucci), 1971Box 50, Item 1
    • Theater Game File, annotated and inscribed to Kolmus Greene, 1975Box 50, Item 2
    • Theater Game File, draft cards and notes, 1975Box 50, Item 3
    • Theater Game File, annotated cards, notes, and draft cards, 1975-1982Box 51, Folder 1
    • Translations: Dutch, 1976-1981Box 51, Folder 2
  • Games and Game Development, 1960s-1970s
    • "Add an object where (aka "Relay where")Box 52, Folder 1
    • "Add a part" (aka "Part of a whole"), p. 86Box 52, Folder 2
    • "Advanced blind," c. 43, p. 172Box 52, Folder 3
    • "Animal images"Box 52, Folder 4
    • "Audience directs," c. 53Box 52, Folder 5
    • "Back, exercise for," p. 150, c. 23Box 52, Folder 6
    • "Blind" (aka "Basic blind"), p. 171, c. 35Box 52, Folder 7
    • "Box full of hats"Box 52, Folder 8
    • "Building a story"Box 52, Folder 9
    • "Camera"Box 52, Folder 10
    • "Changing emotions," p. 241, c. 31Box 52, Folder 11
    • "Changing intensity of inner action," p. 242Box 52, Folder 12
    • "Changing places," p. 165, c. 48Box 52, Folder 13
    • "Character agility"Box 52, Folder 14
    • "Choral group"Box 52, Folder 15
    • "Conflict exercise game"Box 52, Folder 16
    • "Contact," p. 184, c. 17Box 52, Folder 17
    • "Converge and re-divide," p. 163, c. 47Box 52, Folder 18
    • "Contrapuntal argument"Box 52, Folder 19
    • "Conversation with involvement"Box 52, Folder 20
    • "Deaf audience"Box 52, Folder 21
    • "Difficulty with small objects"Box 52, Folder 22
    • Drawing objects gamesBox 52, Folder 23
    • "Echo," c. 33Box 52, Folder 24
    • "Emotion"Box 52, Folder 25
    • "Emotion through camera techniques"Box 52, Folder 26
    • "Exchanging wheres"Box 52, Folder 27
    • "Excursions into the intuitive"Box 52, Folder 28
    • "Exercise for the back," c. 20-21Box 52, Folder 29
    • "Exposure," p. 51Box 52, Folder 30
    • "Eye contact"Box 52, Folder 31
    • "Feeling self with self" (aka "Space walk")Box 52, Folder 32
    • "Feet and legs alone," p. 147, c. 18Box 52, Folder 33
    • "Finding objects in the immediate environment"Box 52, Folder 34
    • "Floor plans and stage directions"Box 52, Folder 35
    • "Foreign language gibberish"Box 52, Folder 36
    • "Gibberish/English"Box 52, Folder 37
    • "Group touch exercise," p. 57Box 52, Folder 38
    • "Hands alone," p. 148, c. 22Box 52, Folder 39
    • "Handwriting games"Box 52, Folder 40
    • "Hero exercise"Box 52, Folder 41
    • "Hidden conflict" and "Hidden problem"Box 52, Folder 42
    • "Hold it"Box 52, Folder 43
    • "How much do you remember?"Box 52, Folder 44
    • "How old am I?"Box 52, Folder 45
    • "Inability to move"Box 52, Folder 46
    • "Indians running"Box 52, Folder 47
    • "Involvement in twos/threes without hands"Box 52, Folder 48
    • "Involvement with immediate environment," p. 118Box 52, Folder 49
    • "Involvement without hands," p. 65 (no CEMREL)Box 52, Folder 50
    • "Involvement with large objects"Box 52, Folder 51
    • "It's heavier when its full"Box 52, Folder 52
    • "Jump emotion"Box 52, Folder 53
    • "Jump rope" (playground series)Box 52, Folder 54
    • "Leaving something on stage"Box 52, Folder 55
    • "Listening to the environment," p. 55Box 52, Folder 56
    • "Lone wolf" (aka Give/take)Box 52, Folder 57
    • "Maintaining surface heights," p. 79Box 52, Folder 58
    • "Man on the street"Box 52, Folder 59
    • "Metronome exercise"Box 52, Folder 60
    • "Mob scenes"Box 52, Folder 61
    • "Mirror" (all "Mirror" games except "Mirror speech")Box 52, Folder 62
    • "Name six" and variationsBox 52, Folder 63
    • "Nervous habits or tics"Box 52, Folder 64
    • "New York" and variationsBox 52, Folder 65
    • "Object moving players," p. 70Box 52, Folder 66
    • "Object moves the player" commentaryBox 52, Folder 67
    • "Object relay"Box 53, Folder 1
    • "On the spot"Box 53, Folder 2
    • "Orientations," incl. photoBox 53, Folder 3
    • "Orchestration"Box 53, Folder 4
    • "Part of a whole" (aka "Add a part")Box 53, Folder 5
    • "Penetrating objects"Box 53, Folder 6
    • "Peripheral vision" (Space series)Box 53, Folder 7
    • "Physical exaggeration"Box 53, Folder 8
    • "Physical irritation"Box 53, Folder 9
    • "Physicalizing the object"Box 53, Folder 10
    • "Pitchman"Box 53, Folder 11
    • "Play ball" (playground series)Box 53, Folder 12
    • "Playground games"Box 53, Folder 13
    • "Poetry building"Box 53, Folder 14
    • "Puppets and/or automation"Box 53, Folder 15
    • "Quick selection exercise for where," p. 116Box 53, Folder 16
    • "Radio exercise"Box 53, Folder 17
    • "Random walk"Box 53, Folder 18
    • "Rejection"Box 53, Folder 19
    • "Relating an incident"Box 53, Folder 20
    • "Rhythmic movement"Box 53, Folder 21
    • "Ruminating"Box 53, Folder 22
    • "Scene-on-scene," p. 217Box 53, Folder 23
    • "Seeing the word" (aka "Seeing a sport recall")Box 53, Folder 24
    • "Send hearing out/Send sight out" (Space series)Box 53, Folder 25
    • "Sending someone on stage"Box 53, Folder 26
    • "Shadowing"Box 53, Folder 27
    • "Showing emotion through objects"Box 53, Folder 28
    • "Showing where without object"Box 53, Folder 29
    • "Showing where through who and what"Box 53, Folder 30
    • "Showing who through use of an object," p. 139Box 53, Folder 31
    • "Sight lines," p. 166Box 53, Folder 32
    • "Silent scream"Box 53, Folder 33
    • "Song building"Box 53, Folder 34
    • "Space walk"Box 53, Folder 35
    • "Specialized where," p. 138Box 53, Folder 36
    • "Stage whisper," p. 195, c. 15Box 53, Folder 37
    • "Statutes"Box 53, Folder 38
    • "Streets and alleys"Box 53, Folder 39
    • "Supplication"Box 53, Folder 40
    • "Telephone"Box 53, Folder 41
    • "Television exercise"Box 53, Folder 42
    • "Tense muscle," c. 29Box 53, Folder 43
    • "Theme-scene," p. 218Box 53, Folder 44
    • "Three way conversation"Box 53, Folder 45
    • "Three way drawing/writing"Box 53, Folder 46
    • Traditional games, histories, bibliographies, notesBox 53, Folder 47
    • "Tug of war," p. 61Box 53, Folder 48
    • "Using objects to evolve scenes"Box 53, Folder 49
    • "Vocal sound effects," c. 34-35Box 53, Folder 50
    • "Wandering speech"Box 53, Folder 51
    • "Weather exercise," p. 114Box 53, Folder 52
    • "What am I eating/tasting/smelling/hearing?"Box 53, Folder 53
    • "What am I listening to?"Box 53, Folder 54
    • "What do I do for a living?"Box 53, Folder 55
    • "What time is it?"Box 53, Folder 56
    • "Where help hinder"Box 53, Folder 57
    • "Where through three objects," p. 119Box 53, Folder 58
    • "Where with help"Box 53, Folder 59
    • "Where with obstacles"Box 53, Folder 60
    • "Where without hands"Box 53, Folder 61
    • "Where with set pieces"Box 53, Folder 62
    • "Where with unrelated activity"Box 53, Folder 63
    • "Who am I?" (Who series)Box 53, Folder 64
    • "Who game"Box 53, Folder 65
    • "Who started the motion?"Box 53, Folder 66
    • Game development notebooks and card filesBox 54, Folder 1
  • Unpublished Games and Exercises, 1960s-1970s
    • "Art gallery"Box 55, Folder 1
    • "Basic warmup exercise"Box 55, Folder 2
    • "Blackout"Box 55, Folder 3
    • "Building a story" and variationsBox 55, Folder 4
    • "Contrapuntal variations"Box 55, Folder 5
    • "Denial/acceptance"Box 55, Folder 6
    • "Detachment"Box 55, Folder 7
    • "Detailing the object"Box 55, Folder 8
    • "Dialogue" (sound in space)Box 55, Folder 9
    • "Don't let go"Box 55, Folder 10
    • "Exaggerate"Box 55, Folder 11
    • "Explore and heighten/Transformation of the beat"Box 55, Folder 12
    • "Extended sound"Box 55, Folder 13
    • "Feeling self with self"Box 55, Folder 14
    • "Find the center/Focus"Box 55, Folder 15
    • "Gibberish/Hidden language"Box 55, Folder 16
    • "Gibberish writing" (Aretha's story)Box 55, Folder 17
    • "Handicapped"Box 55, Folder 18
    • "Head/Body"Box 55, Folder 19
    • "Hypnosis"Box 55, Folder 20
    • "Indian Hand Wrestling"Box 55, Folder 21
    • "Inside/Outside penetration"Box 55, Folder 22
    • "Intuition"Box 55, Folder 23
    • "Invisible/Visible"Box 55, Folder 24
    • "Learning"Box 55, Folder 25
    • "Lone wolf"Box 55, Folder 26
    • "Metamorphic mind"Box 55, Folder 27
    • "Mime vs. space"Box 55, Folder 28
    • "Mirror variations"Box 55, Folder 29
    • "Moment to moment"Box 55, Folder 30
    • New game ideas and notes, 1977-1978Box 55, Folder 31
    • "No information, no credentials"Box 55, Folder 32
    • "Normal-slow-fast-normal"Box 55, Folder 33
    • "Occluding the where"Box 55, Folder 34
    • "Occluding the conversation"Box 55, Folder 35
    • "Open door/What will you find?"Box 55, Folder 36
    • "Out of head/Into the space"Box 55, Folder 37
    • "Out of the head and into the space"Box 55, Folder 38
    • "Preoccupation/Occupation"Box 55, Folder 39
    • "Reaching out"Box 55, Folder 40
    • "Reversing roles with side coaching"Box 55, Folder 41
    • "See/Hear/Taste/Smell/Feel"Box 55, Folder 42
    • "Seeing the word" variationsBox 55, Folder 43
    • "Silent tension without content"Box 55, Folder 44
    • "Slow/Fast/Normal"Box 55, Folder 45
    • "Soundless sound" (technical series)Box 55, Folder 46
    • "Space"Box 55, Folder 47
    • "Space commentary"Box 56, Folder 1
    • "Space exercises"Box 56, Folder 2
    • "Space objects commentary"Box 56, Folder 3
    • "Space shaping"Box 56, Folder 4
    • "Speech handbook" (Sound in space)Box 56, Folder 5
    • "Stage picture"Box 56, Folder 6
    • "Technical/Creating moods on stage," notesBox 56, Folder 7
    • "There in your where"Box 56, Folder 8
    • "Transformation" commentaryBox 56, Folder 9
    • "Transformations past/present"Box 56, Folder 10
    • "Transformation of the object"Box 56, Folder 11
    • "Transformation of relationship" (p. 272)Box 56, Folder 12
    • "Transformation of the what (situation)"Box 56, Folder 13
    • "Transformation of the where"Box 56, Folder 14
    • "Transforming the object"Box 56, Folder 15
    • VariousBox 56, Folder 16
    • VariousBox 56, Folder 17
    • "Verbalizing the where" (player directs player)Box 56, Folder 18
    • "Vowels and consonants"Box 56, Folder 19
    • "Vowels and consonants (as the physiological structure of the words)"Box 56, Folder 20
    • "Vowels and consonants/Physicalizing words/Begin and end"Box 56, Folder 21
    • "What's between?"Box 56, Folder 22
    • "Yawn"Box 56, Folder 23
    • Writings about various exercises (drafts)Box 56, Folder 24
  • Photographs (addition), 1933-1991
    • 80th birthday plan/list with photographs, 1987Box 56, Folder 25
    • "Alex in Wonderland", 1970Box 56, Folder 26
    • Bronkema, Boni, 1991Box 56, Folder 27
    • The Committee, 1964Box 56, Folder 28
    • Game Theater, 1960sBox 56, Folder 29
    • Game Theater, proofs, 1967Box 56, Folder 30
    • Greene, Robert Kolmus, n.d.Box 56, Folder 31
    • Honorary doctorate, Eastern Michigan University, 1979Box 56, Folder 32
    • Improvisation for the Theater, n.d.Box 56, Folder 33
    • Bob Moyer / United Stage, n.d.Box 56, Folder 34
    • Pat Hume Productions, n.d.Box 57, Folder 1
    • Second City and Game Theater, proofs by Morton Schapiro, 1960sBox 57, Folder 2
    • Second City workshops, Chicago, c. 1960-1962Box 57, Folder 3
    • Spolin at children's event, c. 1980sBox 57, Folder 4
    • Spolin Players, 1986Box 57, Folder 5
    • Spolin, portraits, c. 1933Box 57, Folder 6
    • Spolin publicity, 1950s-1970sBox 57, Folder 7
    • Spolin Theater Game Center, c. 1970sBox 57, Folder 8
    • Spolin with Spolin Players, c. 1990sBox 57, Folder 9
    • "Summer Actors", 1978Box 57, Folder 10
    • "Summer Actors," color photos by Andrew Harmon, 1979Box 57, Folder 11
    • Mats Thorin, 1991Box 57, Folder 12
    • "Time Bombs", 1943-1944Box 57, Folder 13
    • Unidentified, n.d.Box 57, Folder 14
    • Unidentified birthday party, May 1976Box 57, Folder 15
    • Unidentified lecture/demo, n.d.Box 57, Folder 16
    • Unidentified workshop (Lou Jacobs, photographer), 1969Box 57, Folder 17
    • Various games and workshops, 1960s-1970sBox 57, Folder 18
    • Workshop, Los Angeles, 1979Box 57, Folder 19
    • Workshop, New Orleans, 1969Box 57, Folder 20
    • Workshop, Providence, Rhode Island, n.d.Box 57, Folder 21
    • Workshop, Salt Lake City, 1972Box 57, Folder 22
    • Workshop, San Francisco, 1968Box 57, Folder 23
    • Workshop, Smith College, May 1969Box 57, Folder 24
    • Young Actors' Company, 1940s-1950sBox 57, Folder 25
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away", 1950Box 57, Folder 26
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away", 1950Box 57, Folder 27
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away," "I - The story begins", 1950Box 58, Folder 1
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away," "II - People on the street", 1950Box 58, Folder 2
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away," "III - The doll shop", 1950Box 58, Folder 3
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away," "IV - Boo and Ugly steal the dolls", 1950Box 58, Folder 4
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away," "V - The dolls have been stolen", 1950Box 58, Folder 5
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away," "VI - Dodo and Gladys", 1950Box 58, Folder 6
    • Young Actors' Company: "The Clown Who Ran Away," negatives, 1950Box 58, Folder 7
    • Young Actors' Company: "Emperor's New Clothes", 1953Box 58, Folder 8
    • Young Actors' Company: "Once Upon a Clothesline", 1949-1950 and 1954Box 58, Folder 9
    • Oversize, various, 1960sBox 58, Folder 10
    • Oversize, photos of hands and feet for Improvisation for the Theater , n.d.Box 58, Folder 11
    • Oversize, "Holding age 25 in No Motion - Viola at Second City", 1964Box 58, Folder 12
    • Oversize, "Players from Viola's workshop set the stage for a performance at Second City", c. 1964Box 58, Folder 13
  • Young Actors' Company (addition), 1948-1954
    • An Evening of One-Act Plays, program, n.d.Box 59, Folder 1
    • "The Clown Who Ran Away," costume list and cues, 1950Box 59, Folder 2
    • "The Clown Who Ran Away," invitation and ticket, 1950Box 59, Folder 3
    • "The Clown Who Ran Away," newsclippings, 1950Box 59, Folder 4
    • "The Clown Who Ran Away," program, 1950Box 59, Folder 5
    • "The Clown Who Ran Away," script, 1950Box 59, Folder 6
    • "The Clown Who Ran Away," scripts (typed), 1950Box 59, Folder 7
    • "Emperor's New Clothes," program, 1953Box 59, Folder 8
    • "Emperor's New Clothes," script, 1953Box 59, Folder 9
    • Letterhead, Young Actors' Company, n.d.Box 59, Folder 10
    • "Matinee Moppets," article on Young Actors' Company, 1948Box 59, Folder 11
    • Newsclippings, 1940s-1950sBox 59, Folder 12
    • Young Actors Company, notes and drawings, 1952-1954Box 59, Folder 13
    • "Once Upon a Clothesline," program and budget, 1949-1950Box 59, Folder 14
    • "The Stolen Prince," script, n.d.Box 59, Folder 15
    • Various, 1948-1954Box 59, Folder 16
    • Young Actors' Company and Theatre School, postal advertisements, c. 1952Box 59, Folder 17
    • Stage designs, Young Actors' Company, 1948-1953Oversize 60, Item 1
  • Audiocassettes (addition)
    • Summer Teachers Session #1. 8-22-77. Starts with talk on fear. Summer Session #2. 8-23-77, 1977Box 61, Item 1
    • Classroom Teachers #1. 8-22-77, sides 1 and 2. Transcribed., 1977Box 61, Item 2
    • 8-23-77. Transcribed 11-17-77., 1977Box 61, Item 3
    • T#2 Transcribed, n.d.Box 61, Item 4
    • Summer Teachers 1977 Session 1. 8-22-77. 10:30AM-3:30PM. Side 3 only, side 4 blank., 1977Box 61, Item 5
    • Teachers #3 8/24/77, Sides 1 and 2. Transcribed 11/22/77, 1977Box 61, Item 6
    • T#3 (side 5) 8-24-77. T#4- 8/25/77, 1977Box 61, Item 7
    • Teacher 3. 8/24/77. Transcribed 11/23/77, 1977Box 61, Item 8
    • 2/11/78 Sides C and D. Transcribed on 3/6/78, 1978Box 61, Item 9
    • Teachers 2/11/78 (continuing). Sides 1 and 2. Transcribed on 3/2/78, 1978Box 61, Item 10
    • Teachers continuing 2/11/78. Side E. Transcribed on 3/7/78, 1978Box 61, Item 11
    • Cont. Teachers #2. Transcribed, n.d.Box 61, Item 12
    • Queen Anne Teachers #4. 1/10/78. Includes Observation Game, Pussy in the Corner, 3-way drawing on paper, 3 way drawing: relay in teams on the board, Build a story, build a story: stop mid word, and build a story with attitudes. Transcribed 1/18/78, 1978Box 61, Item 13
    • Continuing Teachers #3. Tape 2. 1/14/78. Transcribed on 1/24/78, 1978Box 61, Item 14
    • Continuing Teachers #3. Tape 1. 1/14/1978. Transcribed on 1/17/78 and 1/23/78, 1978Box 61, Item 15
    • Continuing Teachers #3. Tape 3. 1/14/1978. Transcribed on 1/26/78. Side 2 blank, 1978Box 61, Item 16
    • Teachers Workshop #2. 4/1/78. Tape 1 sides 1 and 2. Typed on 4/4/78, 1978Box 61, Item 17
    • Teachers Workshop #4. 5/21/77. E + F. Transcribed on 1/18/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 18
    • Teachers #4. 5/21/77. C + D. Transcribed on 1/17/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 19
    • Teachers #4. 5/21/77. A + B. Transcribed on 1/16/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 20
    • Teachers Workshop #3. 4/30/77. Transcribed on 1/5/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 21
    • Teachers Workshop #3. 4/30/77. Transcribed 1/6/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 22
    • Teacher #2. 3/26/77. C +D. Transcribed on 1/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 23
    • Teacher (#2?) 3/26/77. E + F. Transcribed on 1/4/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 24
    • Teacher #2. A + B. Spring 1977. Transcribed on 1/31/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 25
    • Teacher #4. 8/25/77, 1977Box 61, Item 26
    • Teacher #4. 8/25/77. Side 2 and 3, 1977Box 61, Item 27
    • Continuing Teachers #2. 12/3/77. Tape 2, 1977Box 61, Item 28
    • Cont. Teachers #2. 12/3/77. Tape 1. Transcribed, 1977Box 61, Item 29
    • Cont. Teachers #1. 11/12/77. Transcribed on 12/8/77, 1977Box 61, Item 30
    • Continuing Teachers #1. 3 + 4. Transcribed on 12/27/77, 1977Box 61, Item 31
    • Queen Anne Teachers #3. 12/13/77. Transcribed on 12/14/77, 1977Box 61, Item 32
    • Queen Anne Teachers #2. 11/8/77. 1 + 2. Transcribed on 1/18/78, 1977-1978Box 61, Item 33
    • PP Session #1. 10/5/76. Side A: Swat Tag, Space, 3 Changes. Side B: Mirror, Follow Follower, Gib/English, Streets and Alleys, 1976Box 61, Item 34
    • PP Session #1. 10/5/76. Side C: Bull Session, 1976Box 62, Item 1
    • PP Session #2. 10/6/1976. Side A: Tag, Slow/Freeze Tag, Tug of War (pairs), tug of War (groups), Jump Rope, Limbo, Playground (small objects). Side B: 3 Way conversation, 1976Box 62, Item 2
    • PP Session #2. 10/6/76. Side C: Bull Session, 1976Box 62, Item 3
    • PP Session #2. 10/6/76. Side D: Bull Session Cont’d, 1976Box 62, Item 4
    • PP Session #3. 10/7/76. Side A: Basketball, Volleyball, 3-way Conversation. Side B: Self with Self, Peripheral, Mirror Penetration, 1976Box 62, Item 5
    • PP Session #3. 10/7/76. Side C: Mirror Penetration (cont’d), Bull Session. Session #4. 10/12/76. Side A: Discussion, Lemonade, 1976Box 62, Item 6
    • PP Session #4. 10/12/76. Side B: Who’s Knocking, Name 6. Side C: Stage Whisper, Bull Session, 1976Box 62, Item 7
    • PP Session #5. 10/13/76. Side A: Old Mother Witch, The Wolf, I’m going to California. Side B: I’m going to California (variation), Relay Where #1, 1976Box 62, Item 8
    • PP Session #5. 10/13/76. Side C: Stage Whisper, 1976Box 62, Item 9
    • PP Session #6. 10/14/76. Side A: Identifying Objects, Space Walk, Don’t Let Go. Side B: How Old Am I?, 1976Box 62, Item 10
    • PP Session #6. 10/14/76. Side C: What is my profession?, Streets & Alleys, Bull Session. Side D: Bull Session (Cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 11
    • PP Session #7. 10/19/76. Side A: Singing Syllables, Exposure. Side B: Self with Self, 1976Box 62, Item 12
    • PP Session #7. 10/19/76. Side C: Seeing a Sport (discussion), Objects on a Tray, Mirror #1. Side D: Orientation #1 (showing an activity), Streets and Alleys, 1976Box 62, Item 13
    • PP Session #8. 10/20/76. Side A: Pussy in the Corner, Variation of Animal, Involvement in 3’s. Side B: Mirror #2, Red Light, Green Light, 1976Box 62, Item 14
    • PP Session #8. 10/20/76. Side C: Orientation #2, Bull Session. Side D: Bull Session (cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 15
    • PP Session #9. 10/21/76. Side A: Numbers Change, Space Walk (hearing and seeing out), Don’t Let Go. Side B: Difficulty with Small Objects, Break (Recorded Chat), 1976Box 62, Item 16
    • PP Session #9. 10/21/76. Side C: Object Moving Players, Spirit of 76, Bird Beast Fish or Animal, Bull Session (#343), 1976Box 62, Item 17
    • PP Session #10. 10/26/76. Side A: Jacob and Rachel. NOTE: Taping ends at 375. Refer to back up tape side 1 for next part of session. Side B: Peddler, Gibberish Selling, 1976Box 62, Item 18
    • PP Session #10. 10/26/76. Side C: Gibberish Teaching in Groups, 1976Box 62, Item 19
    • PP Session #10 BACKUP. 10/26/76. Side 1: Jacob and Rachel, Vowels and Consonants. NOTE: As of 670 is same as side B. Side B: Bull Session, 1976Box 62, Item 20
    • PP Session #11. 10/27/76. Side A: Drawing Objects, Orientation #3 (Team One). Side B: Orientation #3 (continued), involvement without hands, 1976Box 62, Item 21
    • PP Session #11. 10/27/76. Side C: Steal the Bacon, Finding Objects in Immediate Environment. Side D: Finding Objects (Cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 22
    • PP Session #12. 10/28/76. Dog and Bone, 1976Box 62, Item 23
    • PP Session #12. 10/28/76. Side C: Give and Take. Side D: Give and Take (Cont’d), Bull Session (172), 1976Box 62, Item 24
    • PP Session #12. 10/28/76. Side E: Bull Session (Cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 25
    • PP Session #13. 11/2/76. Side A: Singing Syllables. Gibberish-Past Incident. Side B: Gibberish (cont’d), Geography with Rhythms, Building a Story with Rhythms, Give and Take, 1976Box 62, Item 26
    • PP Session #13. 11/2/76. Side C: Converge and Redivide, Give and Take Warm-up, 1976Box 62, Item 27
    • PP Session #14. 11/3/76. Side A: Space Substance, Transforming Objects, Give and Take (one team), Converge and Redivide (Entire group). Side B: Where Intro, Where Demonstration, 1976Box 62, Item 28
    • PP Session #14. 11/3/76. Side C: Where Exercise, Bull Session (Starts 555). Side D: Bull Session (Cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 29
    • PP Session #15. 11/4/76. Side A: Lemonade, Where Exercise, Bradley’s Musical Instrument Warm Up. Side B: Where (cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 30
    • PP Session #15. 11/4/76. Side C. Side D, 1976Box 62, Item 31
    • PP Session #16. 11/9/76. Side A: Guard the Gat, Help and Hinder, Where with Help. Side B: Where With Help (Cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 32
    • PP Session #16. 11/9/76. Side C: Physicalizing the Object, Bull Session (Starts at 515), 1976Box 62, Item 33
    • PP Session #17. 11/10/76. Side A: Poison Snake, Physicalizing the Object, Where with Obstacles. Side B: Where with Obstacles (cont’d), 1976Box 62, Item 34
    • PP Session #17. 11/10/76. Side C: Where with Obstacles (Cont’d). Where-Help/hinder, 1976Box 63, Item 1
    • PP Session #18. 10/11/76. Side A: Space Walk, No Motion, Mirror Walking, Who am I?. Side B: Who am I? (Cont’d), Where with Unrelated Activity, 1976Box 63, Item 2
    • PP Session #18. 10/11/76. Side C: Where with Unrelated Activity (cont’d), Bull Session. Side D: Bull Session (cont’d), 1976Box 63, Item 3
    • PP Session #19. 10/16/76. Side A: Egyptian Writing, Who Game. Side B: Where with Unrelated Activity, Mirror Change/Speech, 1976Box 63, Item 4
    • PP Session #19. 10/16/76. Side C: Mirror Change (cont’d), Break-all recorded, Freeze Tag (not recorded), Who Started the Motion. Side D: Where with Gibberish, 1976Box 63, Item 5
    • PP Session #20. 11/17/76. Side A: Egyptian Writing, I give you a what, mirror speech. Side B: Mirror speech, Follow the Follower, 1976Box 63, Item 6
    • PP Session #20. 11/17/76. Side C: Mirror Speech, Follow the Follower (cont’d), Where with Gibberish. Side D: A Few Ft. of Party and chat, 1976Box 63, Item 7
    • PP Session #21. 11/18/76. Side A: Space Walk, Begin and End. Side B: Begin and End (Cont’d), 1976Box 63, Item 8
    • PP Session #21. 11/18/76. Side C: Who’s Knocking #2. Side D, 1976Box 63, Item 9
    • PP Session #22. 11/23/76. Side A: Mirror Speech, Follow the Follower. Side B: Follow the Follower (Cont’d), Streets & Alleys, What’s Beyond, 1976Box 63, Item 10
    • PP Session #22. 11/23/76. Side C: What’s Beyond (Cont’d), 1976Box 63, Item 11
    • PP Session #23: 11/24/76. Side A: Space Walk, Mirror Walking. Side B: What’s Beyond-Present Event, 1976Box 63, Item 12
    • PP Session #23: 11/24/76. Side C: Converge & Redivide. Side D: Bull Session, Mary Ann’s Rhyming Session, 1976Box 63, Item 13
    • PP Session #24. 11/30/76. Side A: Talk Re Physicalize, Basketball, Space Walk (Bob Eisen), Give and Take (Bob Eisen). Side b: Give and Take (cont’d), We evaluate Bob Eisen and discuss Give and Take, Wolf, 1976Box 63, Item 14
    • PP Session #24. 11/30/76. Side C: Gibberish Past, Incident Latiaey, Moonlight Walk, Bull Session (starts at 428), 1976Box 63, Item 15
    • PP Session #25. 12/1/76. Side A: Mirror (Debbie), Mirror Penetration (Debbie). Side B: Feeling Self (Bradley), Converge and Redivide (Bradley), Building a Story, 1976Box 63, Item 16
    • PP Session #25. 12/1/76. Side C: Physical Irritation #1, 1976Box 63, Item 17
    • PP Session #26. 12/2/76. Side A: Space Walk, Space Substance, Transforming Objects, (all three led by Rachel). Side B: Evaluation of Rachel, Parts of a Whole (Ellyn), Vocabulary Game, 1976Box 63, Item 18
    • PP Session #26. 12/2/76. Side C: 3-Way Drawing, 1976Box 63, Item 19
    • PP Session #27. 12/7/76. Side A: Who Am I?, Who’s Knocking 1 and 2 (Khaliel). Side B: Discussion, Poison, Space Walk (Bob B.), Space Object (Bob B.), 1976Box 63, Item 20
    • PP Session #27. 12/7/76. Side C: Discussion (Evaluation of Bob B.), Physical Irritation #1, 1976Box 63, Item 21
    • PP Session #28. 12/8/76. Side A: Andy’s Orf Game, Basketball, Space Walk. Side B: Physical Irritation #1, What’s Beyond-Past or Future (2 teams), Mirror (Doris), 1976Box 63, Item 22
    • PP Session #28. 12/8/76. Side C: Evaluation of Doris, What’s Beyond (Cont’d), 1976Box 63, Item 23
    • PP Session #29. 12/9/76. Side A: Circle Going Round (Harry), Demo of Minimal Surfaces (Harry), Self-Embrace (Harry), Mirror (Harry), Who Game (Andy). Side B: Who Game (Cont’d), Bull Session, 1976Box 63, Item 24
    • PP Session #29. 12/9/76. Side C: Bull Session (Cont’d), Side D: Bull Session (Cont’d), 1976Box 63, Item 25
    • PP Session #30. 12/14/76. Side A: Psychological Drawing Game, Vocabulary, Poetry Building. Side B: Poetry Building (Cont’d), Dumb Crambo, 1976Box 63, Item 26
    • PP Session #30. 12/14/76. Side C: Seeing the World. Seeing D: Seeing the World (Cont’d), 1976Box 63, Item 27
    • PP Session #31. 12/15/76. Sides A and B, 1976Box 63, Item 28
    • PP Session #31. 12/15/76. Sides C and D, 1976Box 63, Item 29
    • PP Session #35. 1/6/77. Side A: Fish Net Tag, Space Walk, See Self in Another, Vowels & Consonants, Stage Pictures. Side B: Stage Picture (Cont’d), Part of a Whole, Foreign Lang, Gib #1, 1977Box 63, Item 30
    • PP Session #35. 1/6/77. Side C: Throwing Light. Side D: Throwing Light (Cont’d), 1977Box 63, Item 31
    • PP Session #36. 1/11/77. Side A: Photography (Not on Tape), Dumb crambo (Not on Tape), Peripheral Vision, Physical Irritation #2. Side B: Physical Irritation #2 (Cont’d). NOTE: Tape is blank from 150 to 190, 1977Box 63, Item 32
    • PP Session #36. 1/11/77. Side C: Physical Irritation #2 (Cont’d), Sitting in Slow Motion, 1977Box 63, Item 33
    • PP Session #37. 1/12/77. Side A: Fruit Basket, Stage Coach, Calling from Long Distances (description). Side B: Calling from Long Distances (Cont’d), Break (recorded), 1977Box 63, Item 34
    • PP Session #37. 1/12/77. Side C: Whisper/Shout, 1977Box 64, Item 1
    • PP Session #38. 1/13/77. Side A: Quick Selection of Where #1. Side B: Space Walk, 3-Way Conversation, 1977Box 64, Item 2
    • PP Session #38. 1/13/77. Side C: Bull Session. Side D: Bull Session, 1977Box 64, Item 3
    • PP Session #39. 1/18/77. Side A: Reading of Papers, Why Theater Games?. Side B: More Reading, Sewing Up the Caps (Andy), Drawing Game, Chat, 1977Box 64, Item 4
    • PP Session #39. 1/18/77. Side C: Chat, 1977Box 64, Item 5
    • PP Session #33. 1/4/77. Side A: Have you Seen My Sheep?, Gib/English. Side B: Gib/English, 1977Box 64, Item 6
    • PP Session #33. 1/4/77. Side C: Gib/English, 1977Box 64, Item 7
    • PP Session #34. 1/5/77. Side A: Dumb Crambo, Fish Net Tag, Gib Teaching. Side B: Gib Teaching (Cont’d), Foreign Language Gibberish, 1977Box 64, Item 8
    • PP Session #34. 1/5/77. Side C: Foreign Language Gibberish (Cont’d), 1977Box 64, Item 9
    • PP Session #40. 1/19/77. Side A: The Word Game. Side B: The Word Game. NOT: There is no Side C or D, they were not recorded, 1977Box 64, Item 10
    • PP Session #41. 1/20/77. Side A: Orchestra (Rachel), Orchestration (From Bock). Side B: Orchestration (Cont’d), Give and Take Warm Up, Lone Wolf, 1977Box 64, Item 11
    • PP Session #41. 1/20/77. Side C: Lone Wolf (Cont’d), 1977Box 64, Item 12
    • PP Session #42. 1/25/77. Side A: Queen Dipo is Dead (Khaliel), Ellyn tells story of the 5 Chinese Brothers, Rachel Tells Story of Marpa. Side B: Mirror Speech, Contrapuntal Argument, Bob & Khaliel, Bradley & Mary Ann, Andy & Rachel, 1977Box 64, Item 13
    • PP Session #42. 1/25/77. Side C: Contraptual Argument (Bob B. & Ellyn), Meeting RE Phase II. Side D: Meeting (Cont’d), 1977Box 64, Item 14
    • PP Session #43. 1/26/77. Side A: Ocean (Mary Anne A.), Word Game. Word Game, Mini-Bull Session, 1977Box 64, Item 15
    • PP Session #44. 1/27/77. Side A: Magic Music (Bob E.), Space Walk, Contrapuntal Argument (MAB and Debbie). Side B: Contrapuntal Argument (Harry & Marcia, Viola & Steven). Building a Story, 1977Box 64, Item 16
    • PP Session #44. 1/27/77. Side C: Building a Story, Meeting about Possible Change. NOTE: End of Phase 1, 1977Box 64, Item 17
    • “Discourses”: Side 1: 1/3/73. Discourse Envy. Side 2: Dec 1972. Telephone Conversation, 1973Box 64, Item 18
    • “Discourses”: Side 1: 3/73. Discourse with Kolmus on Cloud of Thinking. Side 2: 4/10/72. Telephone Conversation with Paul about Workshops, 1973Box 64, Item 19
    • “Discourses”: Side 1: 3/12/73. Discourse. Side 2: Blank, 1973Box 64, Item 20
    • “Discourses”: Side 1: 1/5/74. Discourse on Side each? Audience players, 1974Box 64, Item 21
    • “Discourses”: 1/16/71. Random Thoughts at Home, 1971Box 64, Item 22
    • “Discourses”: Side 1: No Label. Side 2: Discourse 8/6/73. With Koley?, 1973Box 64, Item 23
    • “London Workshops”: Personal to Viola Spolin from Andrew Harmon, n.d.Box 64, Item 24
    • “London Workshops”: 11/5/79. Spolin Workshop, small class, Discussion Objects, 1979Box 64, Item 25
    • “London Workshops”: Spolin Workshop. Monday January 21. Actors-Teachers, 1980Box 64, Item 26
    • “London Workshops”: 1/27/80. Actors-Teachers Workshop. Saturday AM, 1980Box 64, Item 27
    • “London Workshops”: 1/27/80. Actors Teachers Workshop. Saturday 10AM-1PM, 1980Box 64, Item 28
    • “London Workshops”: 2/16/1980. Spolin London Workshop. Saturday 10AM-1PM, 1980Box 64, Item 29
    • 11/12/77. Side 3, Teachers Workshop Cont’d, 1977Box 64, Item 30
    • 5/16/77. VIP Sides A and B, 1977Box 64, Item 31
    • 5/16/77. VIP Side C. NOTE: Disregard Party Time, 1977Box 64, Item 32
    • “Teacher workshops”: 10/17/79. Side 1: Night Wed, Space Walk, Stage Whisper. Side 2: Stage Whisper, 1979Box 64, Item 33
    • “Teacher workshops”: 8/20/79. Teachers Day 1, Tape 1. Side 1: Swat Tag, Indians, Running Space. Side 2: Space, 3 Changes, Mirror, Follow the Follower, Mirror Sound, 1979Box 64, Item 34
    • “Teacher workshops”: 8/20/79. Teachers Day 1, Tape 2. Side 1: Mirror Speech, Singing Syllables, Lemonade, Play Ball Series. Side 2: Play Ball Series, Tug of War, Jump Rope, Playground, Dumb Crambo, 1979Box 65, Item 1
    • “Teacher workshops”: 9/12/79. Side 1: How Old Protension? Side 2: Sing Table, 1979Box 65, Item 2
    • “Teacher workshops”: 9/19/79. Side 1: Cross Questions, Physical Irritation #1, Give and Take. Side 2: Give and Take, 1979Box 65, Item 3
    • “Teacher workshops”: 8/19/80. Teachers Day 1. Side 1: Space. Side 2: Space, Mirror, 1980Box 65, Item 4
    • “Teacher workshops”: 10/10/79, 1979Box 65, Item 5
    • “Teacher workshops”: 11/12/79. Side 1: Swat Tag, Indian Running, 3 Changes, Mirror, Mirror Speech (individual), Gibberish Demo. Side 2: Cont’d Mirror Speech, 1979Box 65, Item 6
    • “Teacher workshops”: 11/12/79. Side 1: Gibberish Eng, 1979Box 65, Item 7
    • “Teacher workshops”: 11/19/79. Side 1: Mirror Speech, Mirror Penetration. Side 2: Gibberish Selling, 1979Box 65, Item 8
    • “Teacher workshops”: 11/21/79. Side 1: Exits/Entrance, Play Ball + Group. Side 2: Exits/Entrances, 1979Box 65, Item 9
    • “Teacher workshops”: 11/21/79. Side 1: Who am I? (Whole Room.), 1979Box 65, Item 10
    • “Teacher workshops”: 12/12/79. Side 1: Sing/Talk, Where with Floor plan. Side 2: Where with Floor plan, 1979Box 65, Item 11
    • “Teacher workshops”: 12/17/79. Side 1: Tag explode Tag, Slow mo, Volleyball, Give and Take, converge and Redivide. Side 2: Converge and Redivide, excellent mentoring?, Hearing, Harmony, 1979Box 65, Item 12
    • “Teacher workshops”: 12/19/79. Side 1: Hare and Hound (warm-up), Name 6 (warm-up), Where with Floor plan, Using Who in 3’s, Where with Floor plan in 2’s. Side 2: Where with floor plan in 2’s, 1979Box 65, Item 13
    • “Teacher workshops”: 12/26/79. Side 1: singtalk, Stage whisper, Warm up, Camera in 4’s, changing intensity and emotions. Side 2: changing intensity and emotion, 1979Box 65, Item 14
    • Rhoda: 7/9/74. Viola Spolin/Valerie Harper Session/Workshop, 1974Box 65, Item 15
    • Rhoda: Side 1, 7/9/74: Rhoda Session #1. Side 2, 7/11/74: 6 Members, 1974Box 65, Item 16
    • Rhoda: Side 1, 7/11/74: Rhoda workshop 2nd session. Side 2, 7/12/74: Rhoda Workshop, 1974Box 65, Item 17
    • Rhoda: Side 1, 7/12/74. Rhoda Workshop. Side 2 blank, 1974Box 65, Item 18
    • Rhoda: 8/6/74. Side 1: Rhoda Workshop. Side 2: Rhoda Workshop, 1974Box 65, Item 19
    • Rhoda: 11/6/74. Side 1: Rhoda Show, on stage. Side 2: Rhoda #14, Shevy-Variety, 1974Box 65, Item 20
    • Rhoda: 11/13/74. Side 1: Rhoda-Basketball, New York (lemonade), basic warmup, Lone Wolf Warmup, 1974Box 65, Item 21
    • Rhoda: 11/20/74. Rhoda Workshop. Side 1: Space, palms. Side 2: Drink to me Dr. Zhivago, 1974Box 65, Item 22
    • Rhoda: 12/11/74. Rhoda #16. Side 1: Whats beyond. Side 2: Silent Tension, side Coaching, evaluation, 1974Box 65, Item 23
    • Rhoda: 1/8/75. Rhoda #18. Side 1: Space Extension, Building a Story, Relay Where. Side 2: Relay Where (Cont’d), good presentation, Assumption/Interpretation, 1975Box 65, Item 24
    • Rhoda: 9/25/74. Rhoda #11. Includes: Space Walk, Space Shaping, Shiver, Hands/Palms, Converge and Redivide, 1974Box 65, Item 25
    • Rhoda: 9/18/74. Rhoda #10. Side 1: J Session, Discussion, No Motion while Seated. Side 2: 2 way conversation, 1974Box 65, Item 26
    • Rhoda: 7/24/74. Viola Spolin Rhoda #6, 1974Box 65, Item 27
    • Rhoda: 7/31/74. Rhoda , 1974Box 65, Item 28
    • Rhoda: 8/24/74. Rhoda #9. Includes: Seated conversation, Mirror Speech, Tag, Converge and Redivide, 1974Box 65, Item 29
    • Rhoda: 10/2/74. Rhoda #12. Includes: Discussion on TV, Sitting, Up and Walk, Pussy in the Corner, Contact, 1974Box 65, Item 30
    • Rhoda: 10/9/74. Rhoda #13. Side 1: Going to California, Sit and Receive Room, Relating an Incident. Side 2: Stage Whisper, 1974Box 65, Item 31
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/27/78. Day 1. Side’s 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 1
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/27/78. Day 1. Side’s 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 2
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/28/78. Day 2. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 3
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/28/78. Day 2. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 4
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/28/78. Day 2. Side 5, 1978Box 66, Item 5
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/29/78. Day 3. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 6
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/29/78. Day 3. Sides 5 + 6, 1978Box 66, Item 7
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 6/29/78. Day 3. Side 7, 1978Box 66, Item 8
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/5/78. Day 4. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 9
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/5/78. Day 4. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 10
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/6/78. Day 5. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 11
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/6/78. Day 5. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 12
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/6/78. Day 5. Side 6 only, 1978Box 66, Item 13
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/7/78. Day 6. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 14
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/7/78. Day 6. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 15
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/7/78. Day 6. Sides 5 + 6, 1978Box 66, Item 16
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/11/78. Day 7: Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 17
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/11/78. Day 7. Sides 3 + 4. NOTE: Much of this is blank, 1978Box 66, Item 18
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/11/78. Day 7. Sides 5 + 6. NOTE: Side 6 is blank, 1978Box 66, Item 19
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/11/78. Day 7. Sides 7 + 8. NOTE: Side 8 is blank, 1978Box 66, Item 20
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/12/78. Day 8. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 21
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/12/78. Day 8. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 22
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/12/78. Day 8. Sides 5 + 6. NOTE: Side 5 only, 1978Box 66, Item 23
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/13/78. Day 9. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 24
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/13/78. Day 9. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 25
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/13/78. Day 9. Sides 5 + 6. Script work # 1, 1978Box 66, Item 26
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/13/78. Day 9. Sides 7 +8. Script Work #2, 1978Box 66, Item 27
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/18/78. Day 10. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 28
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/18/78. Day 10. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 29
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/18/78. Day 10. Side 5, 1978Box 66, Item 30
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/19/78. Day 11. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 31
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/19/78. Day 11. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 66, Item 32
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/19/78. Day 11. Side 5, 1978Box 66, Item 33
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/20/78. Day 12. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 66, Item 34
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/20/78. Day 12. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 67, Item 1
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/20/78. Day 12. Sides 5 + 6. Script Work: Trifles, Bad Habits, Shadow Box, 1978Box 67, Item 2
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/25/78. Day 13. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 67, Item 3
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/25/78. Day 13. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 67, Item 4
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/25/78. Day 13. Side 5, 1978Box 67, Item 5
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/26/78. Day 14. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 67, Item 6
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/26/78. Day 14. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 67, Item 7
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/27/78. Day 15. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 67, Item 8
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/27/78. Day 15. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 67, Item 9
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/27/78. Day 15. Script Work # 1, 1978Box 67, Item 10
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 7/27/78. Day 15. Script Work # 2, 1978Box 67, Item 11
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/1/78. Day 16. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 67, Item 12
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/1/78. Day 16. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 67, Item 13
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/1/78. Day 16. Sides 5 + 6, 1978Box 67, Item 14
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/2/78. Day 17. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 67, Item 15
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/2/78. Day 17. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 67, Item 16
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/2/78. Day 17. Sides 5 + 6. Blue Plate, 1978Box 67, Item 17
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/3/78. Day 18. Sides 1 + 2, 1978Box 67, Item 18
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/3/78. Day 18. Sides 3 + 4, 1978Box 67, Item 19
    • “Summer Actors 1978”: 8/3/78. Day 18. Sides 5 + 6, 1978Box 67, Item 20
    • Side 1: 8/30/80. French Conversation, Theatre Games in NYC, Sonja Remark, Gary Schwartz Interview. Side 2: 9/4/80. French Conversation, Theatre Games, Sample Class, 1980Box 67, Item 21
    • 9/4/80. Side 1: Theatre Games, French Conversation, 1980Box 67, Item 22
    • Side 1: Demo Inglewood. Side 2: Demo Inglewood, n.d.Box 67, Item 23
    • 12/3/72. Side 3: Demo Inglewood. Side 3: Building a story with signs, contact, 1972Box 67, Item 24
    • 12/3/72. Side 5: Swat Tag, Circles, Indians. Side 6: Circles, Indian, Limitation, Gibberish, 1972Box 67, Item 25
    • 12/3/72. Side 7: Gibberish #2, Content not important, building a story with emotion cards. Side 8: Emotion in Story, Who am I?, 1972Box 67, Item 26
    • 12/1972. Spolin Lecture Demonstration: Theatre games for the Classroom, 1972Box 67, Item 27
    • 12/1972. Spolin Lecture Demonstration: Theatre Games for the Classroom, 1972Box 67, Item 28
    • “Schaal performance”: Side 1: July/August 1979. Phone. Side 2: 10/6/80. Hanai Rd. Schaal Performance, 1979-1980Box 67, Item 29
    • “Schaal performance”: 9/16/80. Schaal Performance. Side 1: Rehearsal, Cupid & Psyche with comments. Side 2: Cupid & Psyche (Cont’d), Tyl the Clown, Narcissus and Echo, 1980Box 67, Item 30
    • “Schaal performance”: 9/16/80. Side 1: Schaal Performance. Side 2: Schaal Performance, Mirror World, 1980Box 67, Item 31
    • “Schaal performance”: 10/2/80. Sides 1 and 2, 1980Box 67, Item 32
    • “Schaal performance”: Side 1: Schaal Performance. Side 2: 9/30/80. Rehearsal/Performance?, 1980Box 67, Item 33
    • “Nystrom tapes”: 3/2/76. Nystrom Group Session 1. Side 1: Who Started Motion, Swat tag, Who is Mirror, Mirror, Peddlar. Side 2: Play ball and Name 6. NOT TAPED: Explosion Tag, Building a Story with Gibberish, 1976Box 67, Item 34
    • “Nystrom tapes”: 3/11/76. Nystrom Group Session 2. Side 1: Sit(zen), listen to Envie, Who’s Knocking. Side 2: Gib-teaching, Self with Self, Sight Object, Space Walk, Visible/Invisible, When I go Tony, 1976Box 67, Item 35
    • “Nystrom tapes”: 3/18/76. Nystrom Group Session 3. Side 1: Sit(zen), Listen to Environment, Silent Scream, Self with Self, Eyes Out, Touch, Play Ball. Side 2: Tug of War, How Old Am I, What Do I Do for living, Indians Running, 1976Box 68, Item 1
    • “Nystrom tapes”: 4/1/76. Nystrom Group Session 4. Side 1: Basketball, Streets + Alleys, Lemonade, Jump Rope. Side 2: 3 way conversation, When go to California, Who Started Motion, 1976Box 68, Item 2
    • “Nystrom tapes”: 4/8/76. Nystrom Group Session 5. Side 1: Jacob and Rachel Variation, Observation Tray. Side 2: Drawing Game, 3 Changes, 1976Box 68, Item 3
    • “Nystrom tapes”: 4/22/76. Nystrom Group Session 6. Side 1: Space Sitting, Space Walk, Indians Running, Lemonade. Side 2: Gib Teaching, Mirror, Follow Follower, Lone Wolf, Poison, 1976Box 68, Item 4
    • “Nystrom tapes”: 5/6/76. Nystrom Group Session 7. Sides 1 and 2, 1976Box 68, Item 5
    • Mextel: 2/7/82. Side 1: Evaluations. Side 2: Slow Motion speech, 1982Box 68, Item 6
        Scope and Contents: NOTE: (Rest is very worn)
    • Mextel: 3/11/82. Side 1: Sining Dialogue, 1982Box 68, Item 7
    • Mextel: 5/12/82. Mextel. Sides 1 and 2. No info on label, 1982Box 68, Item 8
    • Mextel: 6/1/82. Side 1: Journal. Side 2: Viola 4/24/78?, 1978, 1982Box 68, Item 9
    • Mextel: 6/0/82. Side A: Mextel, Repair Detachment?. Side 2: Detachment (Cont’d), Building a Story, Sound Effects, 1982Box 68, Item 10
    • “Fall teachers”: 8/21/78. Sides 1 and 2, 1978Box 68, Item 11
    • “Fall teachers”: 8/21/78. Sides 3 and 4, 1978Box 68, Item 12
    • “Fall teachers”: 8/21/78. Sides 5 and 6, 1978Box 68, Item 13
    • “Fall teachers”: 8/21/78. Side 7, 1978Box 68, Item 14
    • 5/3/85. Paulina Mendez #2, 1985Box 68, Item 15
    • 5/9/85. Paulina Mendez + memo, 1985Box 68, Item 16
    • 5/23/85 Paulina Mendez #4, 1985Box 68, Item 17
    • 5/31/85 Paulina Mendez #5, 1985Box 68, Item 18
    • “Workshop”: 9/28/81. Side 1: Mirror Series. Side 2: Mirror Speech/F.F. #2, 1981Box 68, Item 19
    • “Workshop”: 10/12/81. Side 1: 3rd Series of 10 Graduate Actors. Side 2: Playball, Playground, 1981Box 68, Item 20
        Scope and Contents: (SOME SOUND PROBLEMS)
    • “Workshop”: 10/17/81. Side 1: Verbalizing the Where, Rehearsal for New Inn. Side 2: Spolin Demonstration, Building a Melody, Fugueing, 1981Box 68, Item 21
    • “Workshop”: 11/13/78. Side 1, Advanced Group: POW, Explore and Heighten, Group Transformation. Side 2: Skill Development, Entrances and Exits, 1978Box 68, Item 22
    • “Workshop”: May 1982. Side 1: Discussion After 5 day workshop, Andy and Intriplicate Mime Co. Side 2: Intriplicate + Discussion Continued, 1982Box 68, Item 23
    • “What’s Your Score”: 1/14/72. Side 1: Score, Actors Handbook. Side 2: Odds, Ends, Score, 1972Box 68, Item 24
    • “What’s Your Score”: n.d. Side 1: Discourse, Score. Side 2: Score, n.d.Box 68, Item 25
    • “What’s Your Score”: 5/31/71. Side 1: Viola what’s your score, Intro to Space. Side 2: ?, 1971Box 68, Item 26
    • “What’s Your Score”: Side 1: 2/28/73. Tune/Space/Score. Side 2: 1971. Barlove/Discourse, 1973Box 68, Item 27
    • “What’s Your Score”: 4/13/73. Side 1: There’s Always a Reason, Viola + Kolmus at Home. Side 2: 5 Cue, Discourse, 1973Box 68, Item 28
    • “A.T.A. Convention,” 8/21/72. Side 1: S. Fran Hilton, Viola Spolin. Side 2: A.T.A. Meeting, 1972Box 68, Item 29
    • April 1985. Spolin and Chandler Pavilion. Sides 1 + 2, 1985Box 68, Item 30
    • 4/13/85. Spolin and Chandler Pavilion. Sides 1 + 2, 1985Box 68, Item 31
    • “Redondo #18 #3; 1 a.m. – 2 a.m.”: 1972. Side 1: Redondo #1. Tape 2: Redondo #2, 1972Box 68, Item 32
    • “Redondo #18 #3; 1 a.m. – 2 a.m.”: 1972. Side 1: Redondo #3, 1:30 PM. Side 2: Redondo #4, Building, 1972Box 68, Item 33
    • “Paul Sills proposal”: 5/28/71. Side 1: Viola Telephone, Paul (Re, Proposal). Side 2: ?, 1971Box 68, Item 34
    • “Paul Sills proposal”: 8/22/72. Side 1: Paul Phone Call. Side 2: Phone Call with Paul, 1972Box 69, Item 1
    • “Paul Sills proposal”: Side 1: 10/18/72. ?. Side 2: 10/19/72. Paul Sills, 1972Box 69, Item 2
    • 4/21/79. Viola Spolin doctorate. Doctor of Arts Ceremony. Eastern Michigan University, 1979Box 69, Item 3
    • 4/21/79 Viola Spolin doctorate. Doctor of Arts Awards Ceremony, 1979Box 69, Item 4
    • “National Youth Theatre”: Side 1: 7/5/82. 12-18 Year Olds. National Youth Theatre Institute. Side 2: 7/11/82. 12 Teachers (6 high school Drama Coaches), National Theatre Institute, 1982Box 69, Item 5
    • “National Youth Theatre”: Side A: United Stage. Side 2: Grand Rapids, February ’82, 1982Box 69, Item 6
    • “National Youth Theatre”: Side A: 8/21/72. A.T.A. Convention. San Francisco. Viola Spolin. Side 2: 8/21/72. A.T.A. Convention, San Francisco. Viola Spolin, 1972Box 69, Item 7
    • Barry Hyam Interview, L.A. Times. Sides 1 and 2, n.d.Box 69, Item 8
    • Barry Hyam Interview, L.A. Times. Part 2, n.d.Box 69, Item 9
    • Side 1: 10/20/87. Viola Spolin, Interview with Emissaries of Divine Lite. Side 2: 10/22/87. Interview with Emissaries of Divine Light, 1987Box 69, Item 10
    • July 22. Viola Spolin, Interview, L.A. Sides 1 and 2, n.d.Box 69, Item 11
    • 5/1/75. Viola Spolin interview with Sandra Sherry. Sides 1 and 2, 1975Box 69, Item 12
    • Side 1: August 1979 Journal. Side 2: September 1979 Journal, 1979Box 69, Item 13
    • Side 1: Kolmus. Side 2: 7/15/79. Score Good, 1979Box 69, Item 14
    • Side 1: 5/9/79. Reflection. Side 2: 5/11/79, 1979Box 69, Item 15
    • Side 1: Sept/Oct 1979. Side 2: Verbalizing the Where, Play Ball, 1979Box 69, Item 16
    • Side 1: 11/24/79. Journal, Discourse in Marriage. Side 2: 12/28/79. Journal, 1979Box 69, Item 17
    • Side 1: 11/5/79. Side 2: ?, 1979Box 69, Item 18
    • Side 1: 3/24/79. Problem Statistics. Side 2: April 1979. Reflections, 1979Box 69, Item 19
    • Side 1: Sept. 1979. Journal. Side 2: 9/23/79. Score, 1979Box 69, Item 20
    • 7/4/69, 6/22/79. Side 2: “Summer of ‘79”, 1969, 1979Box 69, Item 21
    • Unidentified, n.d.Box 69, Item 22
    • Side 1: 12/20/78. Conversation with Bradley Alan, Part 1 of 2. Side 2: 11/13/78. Random, Side coach, Intuition, 1978Box 69, Item 23
    • Side 1: Aug 1980. Journal-Right Brain. Side 2: 11/14/80. Right Brain, 1980Box 69, Item 24
    • 5/22/79. Personal and typed. Both Sides, 1979Box 69, Item 25
    • Simile Metaphor, n.d.Box 69, Item 26
    • Side 1: 1/28/81 and April 1981. Miscellaneous. Side 2: Ocean 1981. Score, 1981Box 69, Item 27
    • Side 1: 7/6/81. Score in Daily Relations, Seeing. Side 2: ?, 1981Box 69, Item 28
    • Side 1: 2/26/80, 5/20/80. Journal. Side 2: 5/20/80, 7/17/80. Journal, 1980Box 69, Item 29
    • 1982. Score, 1982Box 69, Item 30
    • Side 1: 6/15/79. Journal. Side 2: 6/23/79. Journal, 1979Box 69, Item 31
    • Side 1: 10/13/81. Score, Journal. NOTE: Very Important Tape. Side 2: ?, 1981Box 69, Item 32
    • Side 1: 11/25/80. Special: Journal-Procrastination. Side 2: Misc., 1980Box 69, Item 33
    • Side 1: Effect of Music. Side 2: 1979 Journal, 1979Box 69, Item 34
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 7/31/72 AND 8/2/72. Salt Lake City. Sides 1 + 2, 1972Box 69, Item 35
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 7/31/72. Salt Lake City. Monday AM. Sides 3 + 4, 1972Box 69, Item 36
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 7/31/72. Salt Lake City, Monday Afternoon. Sides 5 + 6, 1972Box 69, Item 37
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/1/72. Salt Lake City, Tuesday AM. Sides 7 + 8., 1972Box 70, Item 1
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/1/72. Salt Lake City, Tuesday Afternoon. Sides 9 + 10, 1972Box 70, Item 2
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/2/72. Side 1: Discussion. Side 2: New York, 1972Box 70, Item 3
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/2/72. Salt Lake City, Wednesday Afternoon. Sides 1.5 and 2.5, 1972Box 70, Item 4
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/1/72. Tuesday Afternoon. Sides 1 + 2, 1972Box 70, Item 5
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/3/72. Salt Lake City. Thursday AM, Sides 1 + 2, 1972Box 70, Item 6
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/3/72. Salt Lake City. Thursday AM/PM. Sides 3 + 4, 1972Box 70, Item 7
    • “Mormon/Salt Lake City workshops”: 8/3/72. Salt Lake City. Thursday Afternoon. Sides 5 + 6, 1972Box 70, Item 8
    • Side 1: 2/3/79. Side 2: ?, 1979Box 70, Item 9
    • Side 1: 12/5/70. Reward/Punishment vs. Responsibility, Education Theme, Keep This. Side 2: 5/6/71, 1970-1971Box 70, Item 10
    • Side 1: 8/3/70. Viola-Kolmus, personal. Side 2: Kolmus and Parrots, lecture of Man on fear, untranscribed, Edelweiss, 1970Box 70, Item 11
    • 10/22/72. Side 1: Berdaeyev?, Score, Denial. Side 2: ?, 1972Box 70, Item 12
    • Side 1: 1/3/73. Ambivalence. Side 2: 10/21/72. Pay Attention, 1972-1973Box 70, Item 13
    • Side A: 1/8/73 and 1/9/73. Lover. Side B: 1/11/72, 1972-1973Box 70, Item 14
    • 3/19/73. CEMREL. Sides 1 + 2, 1973Box 70, Item 15
    • 3/20/73. CEMREL. Sides 3 + 4, 1973Box 70, Item 16
    • 5/31/73. Side 1: Meeting #1. Side 2: Keeping Theme of Movement and Theatre Games, 1973Box 70, Item 17
    • Side 1: ?. Side 2: 3/22/74. Northwestern, 1974Box 70, Item 18
    • Side 1: 10/2/80. Leah. Side 2: ?, 1980Box 70, Item 19
    • Side 1: 6/27/81. Dich Herd Coaching. Side 2: ?, 1981Box 70, Item 20
    • December 1985. Side 1: Conversation with Ingmar and Bridgit Thorins. Side 2: ?, 1985Box 70, Item 21
    • Misc. Placido Domingo, Dubbing, n.d.Box 70, Item 22
    • Unidentified, n.d.Box 70, Item 23
    • Unidentified, n.d.Box 70, Item 24
    • Chit Chat with Jack Kissell, n.d.Box 70, Item 25
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 7/8/80. SW Day 5. Side 1: Red Light discussion, Give and Take, Take and Give. Side 2: Take and Give (cont’d), Discussion, Begin/End, Explore/Heighten, 1980Box 70, Item 26
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 7/8/80. SW. Side 1: Explore and Heighten (Cont’d). Side 2: blank, 1980Box 70, Item 27
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 7/14/80. SW, Day 7. Side 1: Where Game, Emerging Where, What’s Beyond Where, What’s Beyond Activity, Vowels, What’s Beyond Past. Side 2: What’s Beyond Present, 1980Box 70, Item 28
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 7/14/80. SW Day 8/9. Side 1: Exits and Entrances. Side 2: Days Two on this tape?, 1980Box 70, Item 29
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 5/14/80. SW Day 8. Side 1: Space, See Self Reflected, What’s Beyond. Side 2: Long Distance calling, Extended Sound, Exits & Entrances, 1980Box 70, Item 30
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 7/22/80. SW Day 11. Sts Alleys, No Motion, Dubbing, foreign Language, Gibberish. Sides 1 + 2, 1980Box 70, Item 31
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 7/22/80. SW Day 11. Side 1: Dubbing (cont’d), For Long, seeing the World. Side 2: Blank, 1980Box 70, Item 32
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 8/19/80. Spolin Teachers Workshop. Side 1: Mirror Speech, Building a Story. Side 2: Building a Story Conversation, Play ball, Play Ball Discussion, 1980Box 70, Item 33
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 8/19/80. Spolin Teachers Workshop Day 1. Side 1: Swat, Indians, Space, 3 Changes. Side 2: Mirror, Mirror Speech, 1980Box 70, Item 34
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 8/19/80. Spolin Teachers Workshop Day 2. Drawing Objects, 3 Way Conversations, 1980Box 70, Item 35
        Scope and Contents: NOTE: There may be a speed problem on this tape.
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 8/20/80. Spolin Teachers Workshop. Side 1: Name 6, Gibberish. Side 2: Teaching Gibberish, How Old Am I?, 1980Box 70, Item 36
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 8/20/80. Spolin Teachers Workshop Day 3. Side 1: Various Gibberish Exercises, Evaluation. Side 2: Gibberish Talk and Evaluation, 1980Box 70, Item 37
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 8/21/80. Spolin Teachers Workshop Day 4. Side 1: Technical WWW with Groups, Poison with Singing Variation, Spolin Games, Naming, Bull Session. Tape 2: Blank?, 1980Box 71, Item 1
    • “Teacher’s workshop”: 8/21/80. Spolin Teachers Workshop Day 4. Side 1: Bull Session, Technical with WWW, Vocal Sound Effects, Dubbing. Side 2: Dubbing (Cont’d), 1980Box 71, Item 2
    • Workshop: 5/16/79. Wed. Actors #11. Sides 1 + 2, 1979Box 71, Item 3
    • Workshop: 9/19/79. Wed Actors #12. Side 1: Silent Tension WWW. Side 2: Space Walk, Silent Tension, 1979Box 71, Item 4
    • Workshop: 10/24/79. Wed Afternoon. Side 1: Verbalizing the Where. Side 2: Verbalizing the Where, 1979Box 71, Item 5
    • Workshop: 10/31/79. Wed Afternoon. Side 1: Contrapuntal. Side 2: Contrapuntal, 1979Box 71, Item 6
    • Workshop: 11/7/79. Wed Class. Side 1: Building a Story, Building a Story with Attitudes. Side 2: Silent Tension/Attitudes, 1979Box 71, Item 7
    • Workshop: 11/14/79. Wed Actors. Side 1: Scene Work, Mirror Sound, Mirror Speech. Side 2: Mirror Sounds, Exits and Entrances, 1979Box 71, Item 8
    • Workshop: 11/14/79. Wed Actors. Side 1: Exits and Entrances. Side 2: Blank?, 1979Box 71, Item 9
    • Workshop: 11/26/79. Mon Actors. Side 1: Dumb Crambo, Side 2: Gibberish, 1979Box 71, Item 10
    • Workshop: 11/28/79. Wed Actors. Side 1: Magician Tag, Seeing Without Labels. Side 2: Camera, 1979Box 71, Item 11
    • Workshop: 11/28/79 Part 2. Wed Actors. Side 1: Camera (Cont’d) and Discussion. Side 2: Camera Discussion, 1979Box 71, Item 12
    • Workshop: 12/3/79. Mon Actors. Side 1: Who am I, Being on a who, Adding a Part to a Whole. Side 2: ?, 1979Box 71, Item 13
    • Workshop: 12/5/79. Wed Actors. Side 1: Freeze Tag, Camera. Side 2: Camera, Who am I, 1979Box 71, Item 14
    • Workshop: 12/5/79. Wed Actors. Side 1: Who Am I. Side 2: Blank, 1979Box 71, Item 15
    • Workshop: 1/9/80. Wed Actors. Side 1: Bring Home the Bacon (warm up), Stage Whisper. Side 2: Stage Whisper (Cont’d), Character Quality Transformation, 1980Box 71, Item 16
    • Workshop: 1/21/80. Side 1: What is my profession, Where Emerging. Side 2: Emerging Where, 1980Box 71, Item 17
    • Workshop: 3/17/80. Side 1: Random sig, other unreadable games. Side 2: Workshops, Score, 1980Box 71, Item 18
    • Workshop: 4/22/80. Wed Actors. Side 1: Word Game. Side 2: Word Game (Cont’d), 1980Box 71, Item 19
    • Workshop: 4/30/80. Wed Actors. ??? (no markings other than date). Sides 1 and 2, 1980Box 71, Item 20
    • Workshop: 5/14/80. Wed Actors. Side 1: Contrapuntal. Side 2: Detailing the Object, 1980Box 71, Item 21
    • Workshop: unidentified, n.d.Box 71, Item 22
    • Workshop: 5/24/76. Meeting, No Theory. Sides 1 + 2, 1976Box 71, Item 23
    • Workshop: 5/24/76 Part 2. Meeting, theory including Technique, Character, Conflict/Confrontation, 1976Box 71, Item 24
    • Workshop: 5/14/79. Castle Mar School, 5th Grade. Teacher and Tech, assistant. Sides 1 and 2, 1979Box 71, Item 25
    • Workshop: 7/12/79. Randy Swan. Side 1: Scenes. Side 2: Equus, Comments, Space, 1979Box 71, Item 26
    • Workshop: 5/30/80. Webber and Douglass. Side 1: Begin and End w Objects, Relay Where #1. Side 2: Traditional Games, Begin and End with Objects, 1980Box 71, Item 27
    • Workshop: 6/9/80. Side 1: Unicorn Spolin Workshop, Who’s Knocking, What’s beyond, C6, C7. Side 2: Blank, 1980Box 71, Item 28
    • Workshop: 10/14/80. Side 1: Teaching as a Performance Art, Workshop. Side 2: Blank, 1980Box 71, Item 29
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 2/22/77. Pilot Project #45. Side A: 1st Session of Phase 2. Side B: Open discussion, focus on options. Transcribed, 1977Box 71, Item 30
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 2/22/77. Pilot Project #45. Side C: Part of a Whole, Add a Dark, Drawing. Side D: ?. Transcribed, 1977Box 71, Item 31
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 2/23/77. Pilot Project #46. Side A: Come along, Peripheral (Debbie), Dumb Crambo Variations (Rachel). Side B: Relay, Where #1. Transcribed, 1977Box 71, Item 32
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 2/23/77. Pilot Project # 46. Side C: Relay, Where #3. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 71, Item 33
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 2/24/77. Pilot Project #47. Side A: Discuss Patronizing, Follow. Side B: ?. Transcribed, but only 100ft were used, all was discussion on teacher workshop, 1977Box 71, Item 34
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/1/77. Pilot Project #48. Side A: Bradley’s Story. Side B: Begin and End w/Objects, Singing Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 71, Item 35
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/1/77. Pilot Project #48. Side C: Talk About Singing Games. Side D: Empty?. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 1
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/2/77. Pilot Project #49. Side A: Game/Games, Time’s. Side B: Time and Weather. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 2
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/3/77. Pilot Project #50. Side A: Eisen’s Space Walk + Dream Theatre. Side B: Eisen + Singing Dialogue. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 3
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/3/77. Pilot Project #50. Side C: End of Singing Dialogue. Side D: ?. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 4
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/8/77. Pilot Project #51. Side A: 3-Way Conversation, Spud. Side B: 3 Way Conversation. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 5
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: Side C: 3/8/77. Pilot Project #51. 3-Way Conversation. Side D: 3/9/77. Pilot Project #52. Blank? Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 6
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/10/77. Pilot Project #53. Side A: How Much Write and Hear, Read and Hear. Side B: Red Light/Green, Don’t Let Go, Stage Pix, Singing Dialogue. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 7
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/10/77. Pilot Project #53. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank? Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 8
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/15/77. Pilot Project #54. Side A: Talk on Focus. Side B: No labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 9
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/15/77. Pilot Project #54. Side C: Word Game. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 10
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/16/77. Pilot Project #55. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 11
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/16/77. Pilot Project #55. Side C: No Labeled Gamed. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 12
        Scope and Contents: NOTE: 3/17/77 was not taped
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/23/77. Pilot Project #58. Side A: Silent Tension. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 13
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/24/77. Pilot Project #59. Side A: Marcia’s Music and Movement Games. Side B: Silent Tension. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 14
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/24/77. Pilot Project #59. Side C: Silent Tension WWW. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 15
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/29/77. Pilot Project #60. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 16
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/29/77. Pilot Project #60. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 17
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/30/77. Pilot Project #61. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 18
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: Side C: 3/30/77. Pilot Project #61. No Labeled Games. Side A: 3/31/77. Pilot Project #62. No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 19
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 3/31/77. Pilot Project #62. Side B: No Labeled Games. Side C: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 20
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/12/77. Pilot Project #63. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 21
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: Side C: 4/12/77. Pilot Project #63. No Labeled Games. Side A: 4/13/77. Pilot Project #64. No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 22
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: Side B: 4/13/77. Pilot Project #64. Viola Spolin Not Here. Side A: 4/14/77. Pilot Project #65. Not Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 23
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/19/77. Pilot Project # 65. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 24
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/20/77. Pilot Project #67. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 25
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/21/77. Pilot Project #68. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 26
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/21/77. Pilot Project #68. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 27
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/26/77. Pilot Project #69. Tuesdays. Side A: Give and Take. Side B: Vowels and Conflicts. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 28
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/26/77. Pilot Project #69. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 29
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: Side A: 4/27/77. Pilot Project #70. No Labeled Games. Side B (Also Labeled Side A): 4/28/77. Pilot Project #71. No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 30
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 4/28/77. Pilot Project #71. Side B: No Labeled Games. Side C: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 31
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/3/77. Pilot Project #72. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B (5/2/77?). No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 32
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/3/77. Pilot Project #72. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 33
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/3/77. Pilot Project #72. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 72, Item 34
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/4/77. Pilot Project #73. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 1
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/5/77. Pilot Project #74. Thursday. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 2
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/5/77. Pilot Project #74. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 3
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/10/77. Pilot Project #75. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 4
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/10/77. Pilot Project #75. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 5
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/11/77. Pilot Project #76. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed. No Side C or D, 1977Box 73, Item 6
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/12/77. Pilot Project #77. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 7
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/12/77. Pilot Project #77. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 8
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/18/77. Pilot Project #78. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 9
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/19/77. Pilot Project #79. Side C: ? (Crossed out) Side D: Blank? Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 10
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/19/77. Pilot Project #79. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: News Game, Concluding Conversation, 1977Box 73, Item 11
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/19/77. Pilot Project #79. Side C: No Labeled Games. Side D: Blank. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 12
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/24/77. Pilot Project #80. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 13
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: Side C: 5/24/77. Pilot Project #80. No Labeled Games. Side C (labeled C because Sides A and B are on the next tape): 5/25/77. Pilot Project #81. No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 14
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 5/25/77. Pilot Project #81. Wednesday. Side A: No Labeled Games. Side B: No Labeled Games. Transcribed, 1977Box 73, Item 15
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 6/2/77. Pilot Project #84. Side A: Dick Schaal. Side B: Story Theatre, 1977Box 73, Item 16
    • “Spolin Pilot Project”: 6/2/77. Pilot Project #84. Side C: Dick Schaal/Story Theatre. Side D: Story Theatre or Blank, 1977Box 73, Item 17