The Jewish Repertory Theater of Nevada (JRTN) Records are comprised of playbills, advertising, and magazine and newspaper clippings gathered by Norma Marrow Zuckerman, founder and artistic director of the JRTN, dating from 2011 to 2016. The records include information about the types of plays produced by the JRTN. The records also include information about fundraising events held to benefit the JRTN.
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The Jewish Repertory Theater of Nevada (JRTN) Records are comprised of playbills, advertising, and magazine and newspaper clippings gathered by Norma Marrow Zuckerman, founder and director of the JRTN, dating from 2011 to 2016. The records provide information on plays produced for the Jewish community in Las Vegas and highlight Jewish cultural activities in the city. The records also include information about fundraisers held to benefit the JRTN Elevate program. The Elevate program is dedicated to exposing school children to the theatrical arts.
Collection is open for research.
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Materials are arranged by production.
Biographical / Historical Note
The Jewish Repertory Theater of Nevada was established in 2010 by Charlene Sher and Norma Morrow Zuckerman. The company focuses on presenting Jewish themed plays to Las Vegas, Nevada. Some of the plays produced by the JRTN include:
Peterson, Kristen. "Jewish Repertory Launches with "Ballyhoo"."
Jewish Repertory Theater of Nevada Records, 2011-2016. MS-00850. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.
The materials were donated in 2017 and 2018 by Norma Morrow Zuckerman; accession numbers 2017-096 and 2018-020.
These records are unprocessed. A rough inventory of the accession was created by Maggie Bukowski in 2017. To prepare the inventory, the described materials were reviewed to create a contents list, estimate dates, and identify material types. No other work has been performed on the materials.