The Encyclopedia of the New York Stage, 1940-1950

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Index of Titles
This index contains the titles of plays, songs, sketches, and books mentioned in the entries.
"A BarcU+00E9lone," 400
Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 166
Abi Gezunt, 3
Abie's Irish Rose, 170
"Abou Ben Adham", 9
"Ace in the Hole," 358
Aching Rivers, 66
"Accordeoniste, L'" 183
"According to Law," 599
"Across the Board on Tomorrow Morning," 3, 4, 158
Actor, 130, 205, 631
Adding Machine, The, 5
"Affable Balding Me," 625
Affairs of Anatol, The, 5
Africapers, 6
"Afrique," 333
"After the Theatre," 32
"Afternoon of a Faun," 125
"Afternoon Storm," 566
"Ag'ya, L,'" 333
"Ah! Qu'elle Est Belle!," 400
Ah, Wilderness!, 6
Aigle á Deux Têtes, L, 179
Alcalde de Zalamea, El, 401
Alcestis, 120
Alchemist, The, 6
"Alfred in Court," 589
Alice in Arms, 7
Alice in Wonderland, 7, 8, 388
Alien Soil, 632
Alison's House, 182
Alive and Kicking, 8
"All Dressed Up," 183
"All Er Nuthin!," 468
All for All, 9
All for Love, 9
All in Favor, 10
All in Fun, 10, 11
"All I've Got to Get Now Is My May," 493
All Men Are Alike, 11, 12
All My Sons, 12, 296
All the King's Men, 13
All the Comforts of Home, 13
All This... and Evans Too!, 87, 162, 248, 384, 162, 248, 384, 658
All You Need Is One Good Break, 1, 4
Allah Be Praised!, 15
Allegro, 15, 16, 64, 393
All's Fair, 90
Almost Faitfhul, 17
"Almost Like Being in Love," 80
Along Fifth Avenue, 17, 18
"Always True to You (In My Fashion)," 338
"Always You," 279
"Amazing Grace," 539
Ame en Peine, L', 666
"American Concertette," 125
"American Eagles," 633
American Legend, 18
"American Primitive," 650
American Way, The, 228
"Amphitryon 39," 450
And Be My Love, 18
And So It Will Be, 695
And So They Perish, 19
And Then There Were None, 623
Androcles and the Lion, 19, 713
Angel in the Wings, 20
Angel Street, 20, 21, 354, 599, 722
Angna Enters, 22
Animal Kingdom, The, 22
Anita Loos, 226
"Anitra's Dance," 580
Anna Christie, 22
Anna Lucasta, 22, 34, 382, 681
Anne of England, 24, 25
Anne of the Thousand Days, 25
Annie Get Your Gun, 27, 243
Annonce Faite à Marie, L', 28

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The Encyclopedia of the New York Stage, 1940-1950
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Note xiv
  • Introduction xv
  • Notes xlvii
  • The New York Stage, 1940-1950 1
  • A 3
  • B 51
  • C 93
  • D 143
  • E 179
  • F 193
  • G 221
  • I 293
  • J 315
  • L 341
  • M 383
  • N 443
  • O 461
  • P 491
  • Q 519
  • R 521
  • S 543
  • T 617
  • U 663
  • V 669
  • W 681
  • Y 711
  • Z 725
  • Appendixes 727
  • Appendix 1Calendar of Productions 729
  • Appendix 2 Play Categories 753
  • Appendix 5 Institutional Theatres 825
  • Appendix 7 Longest-Running Shows of the 1940s 833
  • Appendix 9 Seasonal Statistics 837
  • Appendix 10 Theatres 839
  • Selected Bibliography 843
  • Index of Titles 925
  • About the Author 947
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