The Life of the Neighborhood Playhouse on Grand Street
Syracuse University Press, 2007 - 315
The female-led company, 'The Neighborhood Playhouse' and its brief yet influential tenure offers a fascinating story from the annals of New York theatre history. From 1915 to 1927, this progressive theatre, along with the better-known 'Provincetown Players' and the 'Theatre Guild' inaugurated the Little Theater movement in America.
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