American Theatre Companies, 1888-1930

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1902: Wat Tyler.

1903: Julius Caesar.

1904: Queen Ester, William Tell, A Midsummer Night's Dream.

1905: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme.

1906: Joseph and His Brethren, The Tempest.

1907: The Nephew as Uncle, Alice in Wonderland.

1908: Comedy of Errors.

1909: Twelfth Night.

1910: The Rivals, Creatures of Impulse.

1911: The Weavers.

1912: The Inspector General, The Jackdaw, The Land of Heart's Desire, As You Like It, The Shoemaker and the Elves, Katinka and the Witch, Beauty and the Beast, The Christmas Guest.

1913: The Piper.

1914: Esban and the Witch, Pinocchio.

1915: The Mob, Prunella, The Melting Pot, A Midsummer Night's Dream.

1916: The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night.

1918: If I Were King.

1919: The Workhouse Ward, The Burglar Who Failed, The Clod.

1920: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme.

1921: The Green Cockatoo, The Sunken Bell.

1922: A Marriage Proposal, The Little Stone House, The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife.

1924: The Toymaker, The Shewing Up of Blanco Posnet, Ile.

1925: What Every Woman Knows.

1926: Anna Christie.

1927: The Romantic Young Lady.

1930: As You Like It, Creatures of Impulse, Spreading the News, The Land of Heart's Desire, A Night in an Inn, Laughing Ann, The Sabine Women.

1931: Ice Bound, Cock Robin, The Roof.

1932: The Three Wishes, The Blue Prince, What Never Dies, In the Zone, The Trysting Place, Shall We Join the Ladies?, Pierre Pateline.

1933: Comedy of Errors, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Grand Duke.

At this point regular seasons of plays were offered.

1933-34: The Good Hope, Escape, A Tale of Two Cities, A Kiss for Cinderella, The Fountain, Death Takes a Holiday.

1934-35: The Stolen Prince, The Rope, Rosalind, The Blue Bird, Lady Windermere's Fan, The Weavers, The Piper.

1935-36: The Devil's Disciple, The Heart that Squeaked, Saturday's Children, Androcles and the Lion, Behold This Dreamer.

1936-37: The Sun, The First and the Last, Green Grow the Lilacs.

1939: Halsted Street.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Published Sources:

Addams Jane. The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House. New York: Macmillan and Company, 1930.

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