There is a file on this production in The University of Chicago Blackfriars Records 1904-1983.
Title Theatre, Dramatics View Blackfriars, 1933 1 Series IV: Student Activities Description When Professor James Henry Breasted left Chicago in February, bound for the Near East, he forgot to lock one of the doors of his new Oriental Museum. The alert cameraman has snapped three wandering members of Blackfriars in the act of hatching their 1933 show [titled], "Gypped in Egypt," which [is about] Dr. Breasted's current adventures in the land of the Nile. With characteristic nonchalance, the Friars are drawing their inspiration from the Museum’s Great Stone Bull, which happens to be Assyrian. The show will be produced in Mandel Hall May 12, 13, 19, and 20. Subject Terms College theater | College students | Costumes | University of Chicago. Oriental Institute Photograph Date 1933 Physical Format Photographic prints; 16.4 x 12.6 cm Location University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois Collection Archival Photographic Files Repository University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center Image Identifier