APPENDIX I September 1, 1918 to January 1, 1941
THE CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS: PRODUCTIONS AND TOURS
I. ORIGINAL PLAYS PRODUCED
1. FULL-LENGTH PLAYS
| Job's Kinfolks, a play of the mill people, in three acts, by Loretto Carroll Bailey, November 7-8-9, 1929.|
| Strike Song, a new play of Southern mill people, by
Loretto Carroll Bailey
, December 10-11-12, 1931.|
| Sad Words to Gay Music, a new comedy in three acts, by Alvin Kerr, February 23-24-25, 1933.|
| Shroud My Body Down, a folk dream, by
Paul Green, December 7-8, 1934.|
| The Enchanted Maze, by
Paul Green, December 6-7 and 9, 1935.|
| Singing Valley, a comedy of Mexican village life, by
, July 15, 1936.|
| The Fair-God ( Malinche), a new play of Maximilian of Mexico,
Josephina Niggli, December 3-4-5, 1936.|
| Sharecropper, a new Negro drama in five scenes, by
, February 24-25-26, 1938.|
| Smoky Mountain Road, a comedy of the Carolina Highlands,
Fred Koch Jr., July 11-12-13 (matinee and night), 1940.|
2. ONE-ACT PLAYS
|FIRST BILL, MARCH 14-15, 1919.|
| When Witches Ride, a play of folk superstition, by
Elizabeth A. Lay .|
| The Return of Buck Gavin, a tragedy of a mountain outlaw,
Thomas Clayton Wolfe.|
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Book title: Carolina Folk-Plays.
Contributors: Frederick H. Koch - Editor.
Publisher: Henry Holt.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1941.
Page number: 359.
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