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- Main Title [Two Gangs and Three Lead Actors in West Side Story #2]
- Series Title Lewis Fulks Theatre Department Collection
Photographer: Jones, LloydCreator Type: Personal
- Creation: [1969-10-27..1969-11-01]
- Content Description: Production photograph from Abilene Christian College's 1969 Homecoming musical, "West Side Story," act 1, scene 8. Margaret Clayton (Anita), Shirley Woods (Maria) and Paul Wright (Tony) stand in separate spotlights onstage as the Sharks stand to their left and the Jets to their right.
- Physical Description: 1 photograph : b&w ; 8 x 10 in.
- University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Arts and Crafts - Theatre
- University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Education - Colleges and Universities - Abilene Christian University
- Keyword: musicals
- Keyword: West Side Story
- Named Person: Clayton, Margaret
- Named Person: Woods, Shirley
- Named Person: Wright, Paul
- Item is a Primary Source
- Place Name: United States - Texas - Taylor County - Abilene
- Time Period: mod-tim
- Coverage Date: [1969-10-27..1969-11-01]
- Is Version Of: [Two Gangs and Three Lead Actors in West Side Story] ark:/67531/metapth865405
Name: Abilene Christian University Homecoming Musicals CollectionCode: ACUHMC
Name: Abilene Library ConsortiumCode: ABCM
Name: Abilene Christian University LibraryCode: ACUL
- Accession or Local Control No: Fulks_Theatre_0313
- Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth865176
- Display Note: The 1969 Abilene Christian College Homecoming musical, "West Side Story," was performed in Sewell Auditorium on the Abilene Christian College campus. Lewis Fulks directed and designed the show, Ed George was the conductor, Jack Boyd was vocal director, and Marj Baucum was the choreographer.