The archive of award-winning lighting designer Kevin Adams is now housed at the Harry Ransom Center. Adams has received four Tony Awards for his lighting designs of Spring Awakening (2007), The 39 Steps (2008), American Idiot (2010), and Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2014). Adams is a UT alumnus, and he received the E. William Doty Distinguished Alumnus Award from the UT College of Fine Arts in 2016. Read more about the archive.
Author, journalist and screenwriter Aaron Latham has donated his papers to the Ransom Center. Latham shares insight about materials in his archive, ranging from his detailed journal of the writing and creation of the film Urban Cowboy to interviewing former chief of CIA Counterintelligence James Angleton. [Read more…] about Aaron Latham on his archive and “Looking for love”
An interview with Bill Goldstein
For archivist Katherine Mosley, processing the papers of actors Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach felt like joining their social circle.
Cassidy Schulze is a senior in the Liberal Arts Honors program pursuing degrees in History and Humanities. She holds the Internship in the Performing Arts Collection at the Ransom Center for the 2017-2018 academic year and is currently writing her honors thesis “Archiving and Curating the Ephemerality of Theatre.” Cassidy spoke about what she is learning, her favorite projects, and how her internship has impacted her academic life. [Read more…] about An Inside Look into the Internship in the Performing Arts Collection
Sophia Garcia is an undergraduate intern working in Human Resources. She is a sophomore double majoring in government and philosophy. [Read more…] about Q&A with Sophia Garcia, undergraduate intern in Human Resources