American Theatre Companies, 1888-1930

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The Athenian Women, The Devil's Glow, The Rib-Person, The Hermit and His Messiah, The Rope, Woman's Honor.

1918-19, at 133 Macdougal Street: The Princess Marries the Page, Where the Cross Is Made, Gee-Rusalem, The Moon of the Caribbees, The Rescue, Tickless Time, From Portland to Dover, 50-50, The Widow's Veil, The String of the Samisen, The Baby Carriage, The Squealer, A Peace that Passeth Understanding, Berniece.

1919-20, at 133 Macdougal Street: The Dreamy Kid, The Philosophy of Butter-Biggens, Three from the Earth, Getting Unmarried, Brothers, Aria da Capo, The Eldest, An Irish Triangle, Money, Vote the New Moon, Three Travelers Watch a Sunrise, Pie, Last, Masks, Kurzy of the Sea, Exorcism.

1920-21, at 133 Macdougal Street: Matinata, The Emperor Jones, What D'You Want, Diff' rent, The Spring, Love, Inheritors, Grotesques.

1921-22, at 133 Macdougal Street: The Verge, The Hand of the Potter, A Little Act of Justice, Footsteps, The Stick-up, The Hairy Ape, Chains of Dew.

The Experimental Theatre, Inc. (Triumvirate Control)

1923-24, at 133 Macdougal Street: The Spook Sonata, Fashion, George Dandin, The Ancient Mariner, All God's Chillun' Got Wings.

1924-25, at 133 Macdougal Street: The Crime in the Whistler Room, Patience, Beyond, The Triumph of the Egg, Michel Auclair, Ruint.

1924-25, at the Greenwich Village Theatre: The Saint, Desire under the Elms, Love for Love.

The Experimental Theatre, Inc. (Revitalized Provincetown Players)

1925-26, at 133 Macdougal Street: Adam Solitaire, The Man Who Never Died, The Dream Play, East Lynne, Orpheus.

1926-27, at 133 Macdougal Street: Princess Turandot, In Abraham's Bosom, Rapid Transit.

1926-27, at the Mayfair Theatre: La Finta Giardiniera.

1927-28, at 133 Macdougal Street: The Prisoner, Hot Pan, him.

1928-29, at 133 Macdougal Street: The Final Balance, The Earth Between.

1929-30, at the Garrick Theatre: Fiesta, Winter Bound.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Published Sources:

Deutsch Helen, and Stella Hanau. The Provincetown. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1931.

Gelb Arthur, and Barbara Gelb. O'Neill. New York: Harper and Row, 1962.

Sarlos Robert Karoly. Jig Cook and the Provincetown Players: Theatre in Ferment. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1982.

Archival Resources:

Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard Univeristy. Houghton Library. Edna Kenton files, Provincetown Players, scrapbook, and John Reed collection.

Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Private Collection of Paul Green. Paul Green files.

Chicago, Illinois. Newberry Library. Floyd Dell Collection and Arthur Davison Ficke Collection.

Ithaca, New York. Cornell University Library. George Jean Nathan Collection.

New Haven, Connecticut. Yale University Library. Eugene O'Neill Collection.

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