The Theatre Guild, the First Ten Years

The Theatre Guild, the First Ten Years

The Theatre Guild, the First Ten Years

The Theatre Guild, the First Ten Years

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This book is a record of the activities of the Theatre Guild during its first ten years. Mr. Eaton has acted in the role of historian, and we thank him for his generosity towards our faults. We have always wished our work to speak for itself, and are still reluctant to speak about it ourselves. The chapters which we of the Guild's directorate have contributed are based upon our actual experiences with the Guild, and are offered in the sincere belief that these experiences may be helpful to others interested in the art of the theatre.

It is not the province of this book to record our own estimate of those who have assisted us in our work. It is clear, however, that, whatever may have been the value of our own contribution, our work would have gone for nothing had we been unable to secure the coöperation of distinguished actors and actresses. These, fortunately for us, came forward and joined with us from our earliest days, often at a sacrifice to themselves. To them, our collaborators, who have made our efforts possible, we tender our affectionate appreciation. We cannot neglect the opportunity which this book affords to recite the names of the members of our present Acting Company and . . .

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