Caravan Stage Company

Artwork of horses pulling the Caravan Stage Company's wagons
Dates: 
1970-2001

The Caravan Stage Company was founded by Paul Kirby and Adriana Kelder in 1970 and consisted of a single wagon. Since, the company has expanded to a 30 meter Tall Ship, the Amara Zee, complete with a 25 person company consisting of actors, technicians, artists and musicians as well as a team of Clydesdales to pull the 6 large wagons that the company now possesses. In 1994, it split into the Caravan Stage Company and Caravan Farm Theatre. The company has since been able to travel and perform in countries such as Greece, Turkey, Austria and Croatia. All of the productions performed by Caravan Stage Company are original and feature acrobatic routines comparable to the Cirque Du Soleil.

In this collection, there are 3 scripts: A Plague of Fools, The Dogs of Shakespeare, and Vanishing Currents. Also included are 7 vhs tapes, 12 cds, photos, house programs, posters, administrative files, financial records, reviews, and publicity materials.

Extent: 

263 cm of textual, audio visual, and visual materials. 

Type(s) Of Materials: 
Audiovisual Material
Photographs
Posters
Published Material
Unpublished Material and Manuscripts
How To Access: 

XZ1 MS A960 to XZ1 MS A969

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