File consists of posters promoting the student lead 24-Hour Theatre performances. Students wrote and performed the plays that were performed in Freedom Hall in the Robert N. Thompson building. Admission was by donation.
Item is a poster for a production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," "in a new adaptation by Dorothy K. Heins." Item consists of black typing on blue paper. "A Christmas Carol" is handwriten in red ink in thebottom centre. There is a small square of white paper attached to the [left side of the poster printed with show times, and one on the right side with ticket information. In the middle is a reproduction of a Victorian engraving printed in black.
Items are posters for a production of Harold Pinter's "A Kind of Alaska." Both posters consist of white and blue text on a black banground and colour illustration. On the left is a white silhouette of an individual facing a window with cracks in it.
Items are posters for a production of Robert Bolt's "A Man for All Seasons." Item consists of black typing printed on blue paper. There is a reproduction of a sketch of a branch with leaves and a flower bud.
Items are posters for a production of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," directed by Lloyd Arnett. Posters A and B consist of brown text on cream paper. Poster C consists of black text on white paper. All posters have Renaissance-style embellishments bordering the top and right sides. On the left there is a reproduction of a print of a creature in the woods shooting a bow and arrow. A portrait of William Shakespeare can be seen below the title of the piece.
Item is a poster for a production of the world premiere of Mike Mason's "A Scrap of Red." Also performed was "Corrie and Papa," and "Heart of the Mountain." The poster consists of black text printed on white paper.
Items are posters for a production of Michelle Lieffertz's "A Third Finger in the Marmalade." Poster consists of black text in different fonts printed on bright pink paper. Along the bottom of the poster are five figures, three are dancing and two are scratching their heads.
Item is a poster for a production of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons." The poster consists of black text on printed on white paper. The title, "All My Sons," is superimposed on top of a gradient fading from white to black.
Item is an image of the theatrical production "An Actor's Nightmare" features a character with their pants down revealing heart shaped underwear with a fellow charcter standing in the background with their arms extended outwards holding a portfolio in their left arm and wearing a head microphone.