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The following is a chronological listing of the items in the Glen W. Clugston Collection, donated from the estate of Clara E. (Mrs. Ward B.) Clugston, except where noted. Click here for recordings


Book. My Life, or, Through a Dark Tunnel Slowly. [New York: Privately Printed, 1992.] Details career of Glen W. Clugston from June 28, 1955, through Sept. 14, 1991. Gift of Charles Cagle, 1996.

Clipping. "Grad Makes Globe-Girdling Tour," [Pittsburg State University] Alumnian 18.2 (April 1957): 4.

Program. Carmen, starring James Rippberger, Pius X Auditorium, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY, Nov. 3, 1957. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 1, Envelope 35.)

Program. My Fair Lady, starring Allyn Ann McLerie and George Gaynes with Jean Muir, Corning Summer Theatre, Corning, NY, June 25-July 5, 1964. Glen Clugston, pianist. (Item 1, Envelope 4)

Program. My Fair Lady, starring Allyn Ann McLerie and George Gaynes with Jean Muir, Country Playhouse, Syracuse, NY, July 6-11, 1964. Glen Clugston, pianist. (Item 2, Envelope 4)

Program. My Fair Lady, starring Allyn Ann McLerie and George Gaynes with Jean Muir, Northland Playhouse, Detroit, MI, July 28-Aug. 2, 1964. Glen Clugston, pianist. (Item 3, Envelope 4)

Program. My Fair Lady, starring Allyn Ann McLerie and George Gaynes with Jean Muir, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada, Aug. 3-8, 1964. Glen Clugston, pianist. (Item 4, Envelope 4)

Program. My Fair Lady, starring Allyn Ann McLerie and George Gaynes with Jean Muir, John Drew Theater, East Hampton, NY, Aug. 24-Sept. 5, 1964. Glen Clugston, pianist. (Item 5, Envelope 4)

Clipping. Allen Macaulay, "Tappan Zee Playhouse Has Hit in 'Fair Lady'," unidentified newspaper, p. 31. (Item 6, Envelope 4)

Program. Gypsy, starring Julie Wilson, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada, June 13-19, 1965. Glen Clugston, rehearsal pianist. (Item 1, Envelope 5)

Program. Finian's Rainbow, starring Carmel Quinn and Bert Wheel er, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada, June 27-July 3, 1965. Glen Clugston, Assistant Conductor. (Item 2, Envelope 5)

Program. Guys and Dolls, starring Jack Carter, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada, July 13-24, 1965. Glen Clugston, Assistant Musical Director. (Item 3, Envelope 5)

Program. Can-Can, starring Lilo with Webb Tilton, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada, July 27-Aug. 8, 1965. Glen Clugston, Assistant Musical Director. (Item 4, Envelope 5)

Program. Annie Get Your Gun, starring Elaine Stritch and Roger Franklin, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada, Aug. 8- 14, 1965. Glen Clugston, Assistant Musical Director. (Item 5, Envelope 5)

Program. Flower Drum Song, starring Larry Leung and Franceska Kae, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada, Aug. 24-Sept. 5, 1965. Glen Clugston, Assistant Musical Director. (Item 6, Envelope 5)

Announcement. Our 1966 Musical Season, Town and Country Play house, East Rochester, NY. (Item 9, Envelope 6)

Program. She Loves Me, Community Center Theatre, Winston-Salem, NC, Apr. 29, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 1, Envelope 7)

Clipping. George H. Kimball, "You'll Be Seeing Lot of His Back," Times-Union, June 24, 1966. (Item 1b, Envelope 6)

Program. The Unsinkable Molly Brown, starring Jan McArt, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY, June 27-July 2, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 1a, Envelope 6)

Program. Carousel, starring William Carrozo and Jan McArt, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY, July 4-9, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 2a, Envelope 6)

Clipping. Hamilton B. Allen, "'Carousel' Brilliant," Times-Union, undated. (Item 2b, Envelope 6)

Program. How To Succeed in Business without Really Trying, star ring Jerry Dodge and Carleton Carpenter, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY, July 11-16, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 3, Envelope 6)

Program. Oklahoma, starring James Hurst and Linda Fields, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY, July 18-23, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 4, Envelope 6)

Program. Guys and Dolls, starring Danny Dayton, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY, July 25-30, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 5a, Envelope 6)

Clipping. George H. Kimball, "Fun With 'Guys and Dolls'," Times- Union, July 26, 1966, p. 1C. (Item 5b, Envelope 6)

Program. 4, The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Roar of the Crowd, starring Edward Earle and David C. Jones, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY, Aug. 1-6, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 6a, Envelope 6)

Clipping. Flossie Zartman, "'Roar of Greasepaint' Called Season's Hit," East Rochester Herald, undated, pp. 1, 6. (Item 6b, Envelope 6)

Program. The Pajama Game, starring Jan McArt and William Carrozo, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY, Aug. 8-13, 1966. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 7a, Envelope 6)

Clipping. Hamilton B. Allen, "'Game' Fun with Flair," Times-Union, undated. (Item 7b, Envelope 6)

Clipping. Hamilton B. Allen. "'Camelot' Captivating," Times- Union, Aug. 16, 1966, p. 1C. [Produced July 4-9, 1966, Town and Country Playhouse, East Rochester, NY.] (Item 8, Envelope 6)

Program. Funny Girl, starring Marilyn Michaels and Anthony George, Music Hall, Kansas City, MO, Oct. 10-15, 1966. [Glen Clugston, Conductor.] (Item 1a, Envelope 8)

Souvenir Program. Funny Girl, starring Marilyn Michaels and Anthony George. New York: Tahse Corp., [1966]. (Item 1b, Envelope 8)

Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, Fry-Thomas Fieldhouse, Fairfield, OH, Jan. 20, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 3, Envelope 9)

Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, The Marquee, Oklahoma City, OK, Jan. 30, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 9d, Envelope 9)

Souvenir Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, The Marquee, Oklahoma City, OK, Jan. 30, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 9c, Envelope 9)

Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, theatre unknown, Panama City, FL, Feb. 6, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 8, Envelope 9)

Playbill. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, The Playhouse Theatre, Wilmington, DE, Feb. 20, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 10, Envelope 9)

Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, Brown Theatre, Louisville, KY, Mar. 1-4, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 11, Envelope 9)

Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, Shubert Theatre, New Haven, CT, Mar. 13-18, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 13, Envelope 9)

Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, Sept. 12-Oct. 8, 1967. Glen Clugston. Musical Director. (Item 9a, Envelope 9)

Souvenir Program. Half a Sixpence, starring Kenneth Nelson, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, Sept. 12-Oct. 8, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 9b, Envelope 9)

Program. The Fantasticks, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, Aug. 15-Sept. 10, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Conductor. (Item 1, Envelope 9)

Program. Funny Girl, starring Barbara Minkus, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, Oct. 10-Nov. 12, 1967. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 2a, Envelope 8)

Souvenir Program. Funny Girl, starring Barbara Minkus. Milburn, NJ: Paper Mill Playhouse, [1967]. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 2b, Envelope 8)

Clipping. George L. Hern Jr., "Playhouse Offering 'Season's Best'," Palm Beach Times, March 18, 1968. (Item 1, Envelope 10)

Program. Playbill: Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, starring Jerry Lester and Edward Everett Horton, Frank J. Hale Playhouse, Palm Beach, FL, Mar. 18-23, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 10, Envelope 10)

Clipping. Elizabeth Vaughan, "Droll Farce Tops Playhouse Season," Palm Beach Daily News, 1968. (Item 2, Envelope 10)

Clipping. Mary Ann Hill, "Finale at Royal Poinciana Amusing, Pol ished Musical," Palm Beach Post, March 19, 1968. (Item 3, Envelope 10)

Program. La Traviata, starring Nancy Hicks, Little Lyric Opera Company, July 1-3, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 2, Envelope 35)

Program. La Traviata, starring Maryann Casiello, Little Lyric Opera Company, July 17, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 3, Envelope 35)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Joe Cusanelli, Jones Hall, Houston, TX, Sept. 10-16, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 2, Envelope 11)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Joe Cusanelli, Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA, Oct. 2, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 5, Envelope 11)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Joe Cusanelli, Civic Theatre, San Diego, CA, Oct. 3-4, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 6, Envelope 11)

Clipping. Frank G. Schmidt, "'Tevye' Best in 'Fiddler'," South Bend Tribune, Jan. 18, 1969. (Item 14, Envelope 11)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Joe Cusanelli, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, Oct. 5, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 7, Envelope 11)

Souvenir Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Harry Goz. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Phoenix, Ariz. Oct. 1968. Tour- -August 25, 1968-May 10, 1969. Also presented at Ahmonson Theatre in Los Angeles May 13 to June 28-1969-on to San Francisco July 4-July 11-1969." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 8, Envelope 11)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Joe Cusanelli, Variety Theatre, Duluth, MN, Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 9, Envelope 11)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Joe Cusanelli, theatre not identified, Winnipeg, Canada, Dec. 2-7, 1968. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 10, Envelope 11)

Clipping. Charles D. Perlee, "'Fiddler' Performance's Quality Makes Long S. B. Wait Worth It," Sun-Telegram, Oct. 3, 1968. (Item 13, Envelope 11)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Joe Cusanelli, Century II Concert Hall, Wichita, KS, Feb. 27-Mar. 1, 1969. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 11, Envelope 11)

Clipping. Advertisement for Fiddler on the Roof, Wichita Eagle and Beacon, [1969]. (Item 11a, Envelope 11)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Harry Goz, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, May 13,1969-June 28. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "To San Francisco July 4 to July 12-1969." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 12, Envelope 11)

Clipping. Winfred Blevins, "Genial 'Fiddler on the Roof' Opens at Ahmanson," Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, May 15, 1969. (Item 12a, Envelope 11)

Clipping. "Fiddler on the Roof," Variety Daily [1969] (Item 12b, Envelope 11)

Program. 1776, starring Don Perkins, American Theatre, St. Louis, MO, Oct. 17, 1975. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 1, Envelope 12)

Souvenir Program. 1776, starring Don Perkins. Philadelphia: Theatre Now, Inc., [1970]. (Item 1, Envelope 12)

Letter. C. Ray Baird, 24 Mar. 1972, Pittsburg, Kan. [to] Glen Clugston, Chicago. 1 p. ; 28 cm. (Item 1, Envelope 12)

Program. Promises, Promises, starring Bill Hinnant, Paper Mill Theatre, Milburn, NJ, Apr. 24-June 3, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Conductor. (Item 14a, Envelope 14)

Souvenir Program. Promises, Promises, starring Bill Hinnant, Paper Mill Theatre, Milburn, NJ, Apr. 24-June 3, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Conductor. (Item 14b, Envelope 14)

Table tent. Schedule for June 12-Aug. 28, 1973, Kenley Players, Dayton, Ohio. (Item 15j, Envelope 15)

Program. The Pajama Game, starring Juliet Prowse, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall,Warren, OH, July 1-15, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 15a, Envelope 15)

Souvenir Program. The Pajama Game, starring Juliet Prowse, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH, July 1-15, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 15b, Envelope 15)

Clipping. Barbara Thomas, "Suddenly, There Were No More Polka- Dots," Atlanta Journal, July 1973. (Item 15e, Envelope 15)

Souvenir Program. The Pajama Game, starring Juliet Prowse, Theater of the Stars, Atlanta, GA, July 30-Aug 5, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 15c, Envelope 15)

Clipping. Corbin Patrick, "Show Two Parts Juliet Prowse," Indianapolis Star, July 7, 1973. (Item 15i, Envelope 15)

Clipping. Jim Trotter, "Miss Prowse Leads Fine Cast in 'Pajama'," paper unknown, Atlanta GA, July 1973. (Item 15d, Envelope 15)

Program. The Pajama Game, starring Juliet Prowse, Starlight Musicals, Indianapolis, IN, Aug. 6-19, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 15h, Envelope 15)

Souvenir Program. The Pajama Game, starring Juliet Prowse, Star light Musicals, Indianapolis, IN, Aug. 6-19, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 15f, Envelope 15)

Table Tent. The Pajama Game, starring Juliet Prowse, Kenley Play ers, Packard Music Hall, Dayton, OH, 1973. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Glen conducted." (Item 15g, Envelope 15)

Souvenir Program. No, No, Nanette, starring Dennis Day, Helen Gallagher, Barbara Britton, and Lillian Hayman, Paper Mill Playhouse, Sept. 18-Nov. 30, 1973. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "I saw Glen conduct this at Ft. Lauderdale and also at Miami Beach in March 1974. This is a beautiful, fast moving show-the orchestra great-much music! Also Ft. Lauderdale at Parker Playhouse Feb. 25-March 10, 1974. Opened at Miami Beach March 11-1974." Glen Clugston, Musical Conductor. (Item 17a1, Envelope 17)

Program. No, No, Nanette, starring Dennis Day, Helen Gallagher, Barbara Britton, and Lillian Hayman, Paper Mill Playhouse, Sept. 18-Nov. 30, 1973. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 17a2, Envelope 17)

Program. A Midsummer Night's Dream, starring Mickey Rooney, Paper Mill Theatre, Millburn [sic], NJ, Nov. 14-Dec. 9, 1973. Music composed and arranged by Glen Clugston. (Item 16, Envelope 16)

Program. No, No, Nanette, starring Helen Gallagher, Parker Playhouse, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Feb. 25, 1974. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "At Miami Beach March 11-1974. Also at Paper Mill New Jersey Sept. 18-Nov. 30, 1973. I saw Glen conduct this at Ft. Lauderdale and Miami Beach March 1974. Feb. 25 thru March 10, 1974-Ft. Lauderdale." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 17b, Envelope 17)

Program. No, No, Nanette, starring Helen Gallagher, The Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL, Mar. 12 - Mar. 24, 1974. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 17b, Envelope 17)

Souvenir Program. Anything Goes, starring Ann Miller, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, Mar. 27-May 12, 1974. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 18a1, Envelope 18)

Program. Anything Goes, starring Ann Miller, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, Mar. 27-May 12, 1974. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Opened at Parmus, NJ May 17 thru May 31st 1974." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 18a2, Envelope 18)

Souvenir Program. Anything Goes, starring Ann Miller and Bobby Van, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Dayton, OH, June 1977. Glen Clugston, Musical Conductor. (Item 18b, Envelope 18) 2 copies.

Program. Sheba, starring Kay Ballard, First Chicago Center, Chicago, IL, July 19-28, 1974. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Closed in a week." Musical direction and choral arrangements by Glen Clugston. (Item 19a, Envelope 19)

Magazine. Where To Go/What To Do/When in Chicago, week of July 20, 1974. (Item 19b, Envelope 19)

Clipping. Glenna Syse, "'Sheba' Shouldn't Have Come Back," Chicago Sun Times, undated. (Item 19c, Envelope 19)

Clipping. Marilynn Preston, "'Sheba' Premiers Here," paper unknown, undated. (Item 19d, Envelope 19) 3 copies.

Clipping. Richard Christiansen, "Musical Premiere Adds up to a Suffering 'Sheba'," Chicago Daily News, undated. (Item 19e, Envelope 19) 2 copies.

Flyer. Sheba, July 24, 1974. (Item 19g, Envelope 19)

Clipping. William Leonard, "Kay Ballard Puts 'Sheba' in Tune," Chicago Tribune, July 25, 1974. (Item 19f, Envelope 19) 2 copies.

Program. Il Tabarro and Suor Angelica, Howard Nelson, Teresa Panzarino, Cami Hall, New York, NY, Dec. 15, 1974. Glen Clugston, Conductor. (Item 4, Envelope 35)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Ron Coralian and Dolores Wilson, Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre, East Windsor, CT. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "To Springfield, Mass. Jan. 9 - 1975 - Show opened Jan. 17th. To Boston Feb. 17th-Mar. 25. (5 weeks back to New York-April 27-1975)." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 1, Envelope 13)

Program. Peter Pan, starring Sandy Duncan, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Warren, Ohio, week of July 15, 1975. "extended to July 23." Inscribed: "Clara-Hope you feel better quickly!! We love Glen! Sandy Duncan." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 20a, Envelope 20)

Table Tent. Peter Pan, starring Sandy Duncan, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH, week of July 15, 1975. (Item 20b, Envelope 20)

Souvenir Program. Peter Pan, starring Sandy Duncan, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH, July 1975. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 20c, Envelope 20)

Clipping. Miriam Hawkins, "Miss Duncan Sweeps Audience Away with 'Peter Pan' Antics," Warren, OH, Tribune Chronicle, July 16, 1975. (Item 20d, Envelope 20)

Clipping. P.J. Bednarski, "Wire, Pulleys Make Kenley's 'Air Show' Work," Dayton, OH, Journal Herald, July 21, 1975. (Item 20e, Envelope 20)

Clipping. Tom McElfresh, "Duncan Dazzles in 'Peter Pan'; One of Kenley's Best," Cincinnati Enquirer, July 24, 1975. (Item 20f, Envelope 20)

Flyer. "The United States Department of Interior and the American Opera Repertory Company present a series of afternoon concerts of Early Colonial Music," Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1976. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 5, Envelope 35)

Program. Music in Colonial America, Federal Hall, New York, NY, Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1976. Glen Clugston, Conductor, Accompanist, Artistic Director. (Item 6, Envelope 35)

News Release. "U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Federal Hall, New York, NY, Feb. 1-29, 1976. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 7, Envelope 35)

Program. Siberia, American Opera Repertory Company, New York, NY, undated. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 15, Envelope 35)

Program. Panama Hattie, starring Ann Miller, Parker Playhouse, Miami Beach, FL, April 19, 1976. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Miami Beach May 9 thru May 15, 1976. To New York Nov 16. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. April 17 thru May 8-1976." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 21a, Envelope 21)

Program. Panama Hattie, starring Ann Miller, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, May 26-June 27, 1976. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 21b1, Envelope 21)

Souvenir Program. Panama Hattie, starring Ann Miller, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, May 26-June 27, 1976. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "May 26 thru June 27-1976 Paper Mill Playhouse (7:30-Sunday June 27-I was there! Ticket $9.00. Show to Kenlep in Ohio later." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 21b2, Envelope 21)

Clipping. Betty Mount, "Panama Hattie," unknown newspaper, undated. (Item 21b3, Envelope 21)

Clipping. Bruce Chadwick, "'Panama Hattie' Tastefully Recalls a Merry Isthmus," Daily News (May 28, 1976), p. 75. (Item 21b4, Envelope 21)

Clipping. Robert L. Daniels, "Applause," North Jersey Suburbanite (June 2, 1976), p. 55. (Item 21c1, Envelope 21)

Souvenir Program. Panama Hattie, starring Ann Miller, Kenley Play ers, Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH, July 1976. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 21c2, Envelope 21)

Flyer. Good Times in Columbus, Columbus, OH, July 15-Aug 15, 1976. (Item 21c3, Envelope 21)

Flyer. After Five in Columbus, Columbus, OH, July 1976. (Item 21c4, Envelope 21)

Clipping. Margaret Cabell Self, "'Magnificent Performance' by Opera Repertory," Block Island Times, Block Island, RI (July 23, 1976). (Item 8, Envelope 35)

Brochure. Faust, American Opera Repertory Company, p. 8. Glen Clugston, Conductor, Musical Director. (Item 9, Envelope 35)

Souvenir Program. Faust, American Opera Repertory Company, "First United States and Canadian Tour." Glen Clugston, Conductor, Musical Director. (Item 10, Envelope 35)

Letter. Grace Hunt, president, American Opera Repertory Company, 1976 Sept. 15, New York [to] Glen Clugston, music director and member of the board, New York. Re November production of La Juive. (Item 11, Envelope 35)

Flyer. La Juive, Town Hall, New York, Nov. 7, 1976. Glen Clugston, Conductor, Musical Director. (Item 12, Envelope 35)

Intermezzo: The Magazine of Town Hall (Nov. 1976): 10. Glen Clugston, Conductor. (Item 13, Envelope 35)

Clipping. Speight Jenkins, "'La Juive' Is Found to be Lacking," New York Post, Nov. 8, 1976. (Item 14, Envelope 35)

Program. Gigi, starring David Holliday, Chateau de Ville Dinner Theatre, Chicopee Fall, MA, May 7-25, 1977. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 22, Envelope 22)

Program. The Merry Widow, starring Barbara Meister, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH, week of June 7, 1977. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 23a, Envelope 23)

Souvenir Program. The Merry Widow, starring Barbara Meister, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH, week of June 7, 1977. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 23b, Envelope 23)

Souvenir Program. Li'l Abner, starring Lucie Arnaz and Dirk Benedict, co-starring Dean Dittman, Kenley Players, Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH, July 26-Aug 7, 1977. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 24a, Envelope 24)

Clipping. Bill Doll, "Stage: 'Abner' Is Very Funny With ' Li'l' Effort," unknown newspaper, undated. (item 24b, Envelope 24)

Newspaper Brochure. "Darien Dinner Theatre," Darien News (Oct. 6, 1977). (Item 25b, Envelope 25)

Program. High Spirits, starring Jan Miner, Darien Dinner Theatre, Darien, CT, Oct. 25-Dec. 4, 1977. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 25a, Envelope 25)

O'Keefe Centre Brochure. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Where Glen conducted 'Annie' March 15 to April 16-1978, Toronto, Canada. From here to Miami Beach, Fla." (Item 26b, Envelope 26)

Program. Annie, starring Kathy-Jo Kelly, O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, Canada, Mar. 20-April 15, 1978. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 26h, Envelope 26)

Clipping. Bryan Johnson, "Annie a Knockout Mix of Feeling and Flair," unknown newspaper (ca. Mar. 21, 1978). (Item 26f, Envelope 26)

Clipping. Gina Mallet, "Annie Tugs Toronto's Heart," Toronto Star (Mar. 25, 1978). (Item 26e, Envelope 26)

Program. Annie, starring Gary Holcombe, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, Sept. 14-Oct. 23, 1983. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 26a, Envelope 26)

Clipping. Carol Templin, "'Annie' Achieves Excellence," Mendham, NJ Observer-Tribune (Sept. 22, 1983). (Item 26c, Envelope 26)

Clipping. Laura W. Haywood, "The Sun Comes Out on Paper Mill's 'Annie'," unknown newspaper, undated. (Item 26d, Envelope 26)

Clipping. Minnette Schramek, "She's Still Wonderful," Kevin Kelly, "'Annie' Wears Well," unknown newspaper, undated. [The Colonial Theatre, May 16]. (Item 26g, Envelope 26)

Souvenir Program. Annie, starring Kathy-Jo Kelly, Muny Opera, St. Louis, MO, June 26-July 9, 1978. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Rev. Baker and I saw Glen conduct this July 9, 1978 in St. Louis, Mo!" Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 26k, Envelope 26)

Ticket stub. Annie, Muny Opera, St. Louis, July 9, 1978. (Item 26l, Envelope 26)

Clipping. Robert Delaney, "'Annie' Draws Crowds at Fisher," Detroit Monitor (Nov. 22, 1978). (Item 26i, Envelope 26)

Souvenir Program. Annie, starring Mary K. Lombardi, [1977]. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 26j, Envelope 26)

Program. The Mikado, Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Detroit, MI, Jan. 15-23, 1982. Glen Clugston, Conductor. (Item 4, Envelope 35)

Souvenir Program. Peter Pan, starring Karyn Cole and Rip Taylor, Denver, CO, May 17-30, 1983. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Rehearsals start May 17-opens in Providence, RI, June 11, closed in Toronto, Canada Dec. 19, 1982. Second Unit: Feb. 23, 1983 in Evansville, IN w/ Rip Taylor." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 27, Envelope 27)

Program. Annie, starring Martha Raye, co-starring Dean Dittman, Music Hall, Dallas, Aug. 7, 1984. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 28, Envelope 28)

Program. My Fair Lady, starring Gary Krawford, Palmer Auditorium, Connecticut College Campus, Jan. 9-12, 16-19, 1985. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 29a, Envelope 29)

Program. Annie Get Your Gun, starring Paige O'Hara, Palmer Auditorium, Connecticut College Campus, Mar. 13-16, 21-23, 1985. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 29b, Envelope 29)

Program. Kiss Me Kate, starring Susan Long, Palmer Auditorium, Connecticut College Campus, June 12-15, 20-22, 1985. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 29c1, Envelope 29)

Clipping. Karen Filhaber, "'Kiss Me Kate' Belongs on List of Not- to-Miss," Westerly, RI Sun (June 14, 1985). (Item 29c2, Envelope 29)

Program. The Music Man, starring Gary Krawford, Palmer Auditorium, Connecticut College Campus, July 10-13, 18-20, 1985. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 29d, Envelope 29)

Program. How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, starring Matthew Padden, Palmer Auditorium, Connecticut College Campus, Aug. 7-10, 15-17, 1985. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 29e, Envelope 29)

Program. The Sound of Music, starring Jeanne Lehman, Garde Arts Center, New London, CT, Apr. 30, 1986. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 30a, Envelope 30)

Program. Camelot, starring David Dunbar, Garde Arts Center, New London, CT, June 4-8, 1986. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 30b, Envelope 30)

Program. The Pajama Game, starring, Larry Small, Garde Arts Center, New London, CT, June 9-13, 1986. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 30c1, Envelope 30)

Clipping. Carol Brown, "Musical Has a Few Good Moments," New London, CT Day (July 10, 1986). (Item 30c2, Envelope 30)

Program. Carousel, starring Walter Willison, Garde Arts Center, New London, CT, Aug. 13-17, 1986. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 30d, Envelope 30)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, starring Lew Resseguie, Garde Arts Center, New London, CT, Nov. 19-23, 1986. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "He [Glen] conducted 6 shows of Babes in Arms directed by Ginger Rogers Nov. 19 thru Nov. 23, 1986." Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 30e, Envelope 30)

Program. The Desert Song, starring Susan Powell, North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly, MA, Aug. 15-20, 1988. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 31a, Envelope 31)

Magazine. North Shore Music Theatre. (Item 31b, Envelope 31)

Program. Follies, Michigan Opera Theatre, Detroit, Oct. 21-Nov. 6, 1988. Glen Clugston, Conductor. (Item 1, Envelope 36)

Magazine. Opera Pacific on Stage (May 1989). (Item 32c, Envelope 32)

Program. My Fair Lady, starring Noel Harrison, Segerstrom Hall, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa, CA, June 23-July 2, 1989. Glen Clugston, Conductor. (Item 32a, Envelope 32)

Flyer. My Fair Lady, starring Noel Harrison, Segerstrom Hall, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa, CA, June 23-July 2, 1989. (Item 32b, Envelope 32)

Souvenir Program. Oklahoma, starring John Davidson and Jamie Farr, Atlanta Theatre of the Stars and the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, [1990]. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 33, Envelope 33)

Souvenir Program. My Fair Lady, starring Jeanne Lehman, Imperial Theater, Augusta, GA, Sept. 6-14, 1991. Glen Clugston, Musical Director. (Item 34, Envelope 34)

Program. Fiddler on the Roof, Performing Arts 5.11 (Nov. 1992). Glen Clugston, Musical Director, Conductor. (Item 15, Envelope 11)

Flyer. Iris Productions Presents Vocally Vivaldi, Wednesday, June 19, 1996, 8:00 PM, Merkin Concert Hall [Abraham Goodman House, New York]. Singers and Orchestra Directed by Glen Clugston, Performing Arias and Ensembles from the Operas of Antonio Vivaldi (many of which have never been performed in the United States), Featuring Kate Hurney, Jessica Tranzillo; Philip Anderson, Gary Harger; Lynnen Yakes, Oreen Zeitlin; Salvatore Basile, Kent Smith. Annotated by Glen W. Clugston: "3 weeks from tonight! Egad! Glen."


The following is a chronological listing of recordings donated from the estate of Clara Clugston.

Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg, Kansas, Presents Glen Clugston, Pianist (Pupil of Will Humble), Tuesday, May 10, [1949], 8:15, Music Hall Auditorium. 8 discs. 78 rpm.

Recorded from Performance, Hong Kong, Jan. 2, 1957. John Sebastian, Harmonica. Glen Clugston, Piano. Prelude a l'Apres- midi d'un Faun / Debussy; An American in Paris / Gershwin; Bird Calls. Side 2: Ballade, A Flat / Chopin. Recorded May 12, 1950. 78 rpm. Annotated by Clara Clugston: "(Audiosonic Recording) Last number on Side 1 is an encore-'Bird Calls.' Shows Glen's piano work! Excellent!!"

College Concert, Aug. 18, 1950: Gerald Landon, Accompanied by Glen Clugston. Side 1: "The More I See You." Side 2: "Laura." 33 1/3 rpm.

Three Scarlatti Sonatas: E Major, C Minor, C Major; Sonata in E Minor, Op. 90-Beethoven; Ballade, G Minor, Impromptu, F Sharp Major, Mazurka, B Flat Minor, Chopin; Sonatine, Ravel; Variations (4 only) and Fugue on a Theme by Handel-Brahms Encore: Miller's Dance-de Falla. Glen Clugston, Piano, Sept. 15, 1953. Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Also recorded in 1953: Allemande, Gavotte." Cassette.

Profile of John Sebastian, Decca Record, 1959; The Artistry of J. Sebastian, Roshiba Record, Recorded in Tokyo-1961; Last Number: Sonata, F Major-Veracini, Hong Kong Performance- 1957 Jan. 2. Cassette.

RCA Victor Presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific. . . . LOC 1032. New York: RCA Records, 1958. Sleeve annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Clara Clugston. Ward, Clara, Glen & Keith saw this in Kansas City just before Glen left of New York via train!"

David Merrick and Leland Hayward Present Ethel Merman in Gypsy: A Musical Fable. . . . OL 5420. New York: Columbia Records, 1959. Sleeve annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "From Glen. Nite we saw this in New York, July 8, 1959."

Otto Klemperer. Beethoven: Symphony No. 5; Overture: King Stephen. Philharmonia Orchestra. Angel 35843. New York: Angel Records, [1960]. Signed: "Clara Clugston-1962."

The Artistry of John Sebastian (Paganini of the Harmonica). John Sebastian, Harmonica. Glen Clugston, Piano. Yasunori Nakajima, Bongo and Conga. The Toshiba Concert Orchestra. JCO 1029. Tokyo: Toshiba Records, [1961]. 33 1/3 rpm. In the hand of Clara Clugston: "Taped 1961."

David Brown in Association with Ronald Toyser Presents Marion Marlow [and] Butterfly McQueen, Also Starring Robert Cosden, in a New Musical, The Athenian Touch: Music by Willard Straight; Lyrics by David Eddy; Musical Conductor: Glen Clugston. New York: Broadway East Records, [1964]. 33 1/3 rpm.

1776: A New Musical. BOS 3310. New York: Columbia Records, 1970. Sleeve annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "XlE Xlufaron. Apr. 13, `970. Glen conducted this from Sept. 18, 1970-July 15, 1972. Saw Glen conduct this first in Tulsa, Okla, March 1971. Went with Earl & Edythe."

Pyxidium Ltd. Presents No, No, Nanette: The New 1925 Musical. S 30563. New York: Columbia Records, [1971]. Sleeve annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Saw Glen conduct this musical in Miami Beach Florida. A beautiful show & Great Conducting, perfect timing with everyone in the show."

Artur Rubinstein. Three Favorite Romantic Concertos: Tchaikovsky No. 1, Grieg A. Minor, Rachmaninoff No. 2. VCS-7070 Stereo. New York: RCA Records, 1971. Sleeve annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "From Keith, Judith, Jeff & Kary To Clara Christmas 1975. My No. 2 favorite I think. Beautiful! I have this played by Leon Fleisher in another album. The album we gave Glen of this with Rachmaninoff playing it is here & not even stereo. It is beautiful & definitely a collector's item. (Christmas 1947) 78 speed."

Ethel Linder Reiner in Association with Lester Osterman, Jr., Presents Candida: A Comic Operetta Based on Voltaire's Satire. Stereo OS 2350. New York: Columbia Records, [1974]. Sleeve inscribed by Keith Clugston: "To Mom From Keith (Aug. 29-1974)" Annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "'My surprise Birthday' both Keith & Glen here! Glen said Keith planned the surprises." Further annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "'Those were the days'."

Mike Nichols Presents Annie. New York: Columbia Records, 1977. Sleeve annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Glen conducted 'Annie' at the O'Keefe Centre in Toronto, Canada March 25, 1978 to April 16. From there to Miami Beach, April 16 to May 12."

Lore Noto Presents a New Musical: The Fantasticks. E38720C. New York: MGM, [n.d.]. Sleeve annotated by Mrs. Clugston: "Ward & Clara saw in Dallas-1962. I saw Glen do this in Greenwich Village (N.Y.)-1963. The greatest thrill!! Also saw Glen conduct this starring John Gavin July 1970-Dennis Maso (near Cape Cod). Glen had 2 bedrooms upstairs in an Irish woman's home-her husband was a Fisherman who had died several years ago. She was so jolly & insisted she show me old mills, etc., around - & really interesting. I went to the Musical about every night. I could walk a short distance to it. John Gavin also roamed there some."

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