American Theatre Companies, 1888-1930

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Last, Madame Sans-Gene, The Dangers of Paris, The Bauble Shop, The Sleeping City, The Mormon Wife, Barbara Frietchie, A Lion's Heart, Gloria Aston, Ten Nights in a Barroom, La Tosca, The Romany Rye, Mrs. Dane's Defense, Man-O-War's Man, A Fair Rebel, Rupert of Hentzau, A Beautiful Fiend, Heart and Sword, A Ring of Iron, The Masked Ball, The Fatal Flower, Divorce, Ghosts of Hallow E'en, Almost a Life, The Fool's Revenge, The Taming of the Shrew, The Secret Dispatch, The Ticket-of-Leave Man, Theodora, No Cross, No Crown, Little Nell and the Marchioness, The King of the Air, Prince Otto, Wife for Wife, Private John Allen, The Girl of My Heart, Rosedale.

1903-4: The Moth and the Flame, The Derby Winner, Hoodman Blind, A Parisian Romance, The Penitant, The Duchess of Marlborough, The Power and the Glory, The Dairy Farm, Divorced by Death, Society's Curse, The Belle of Richmond, Retribution, Her One Great Sin, The Voice of Nature, Carmen, The Span of Life, Faust, Nettie, the Newsgirl, Resurrection, A Great Temptation, Dangerous Women, Paul Kauvar, Slaves of Sin, Monte Cristo, The Road to 'Frisco, The Sporting Life, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, A Pledge of Honor, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Toddles, Alone in London, A Verdict of the Czar, Article 47, Dangers of a Great City, Hearts Aflame, The Blind Foundling, The Secret Enemy, The Pride of Jennico, The Master of the Mines, Parsifal, The Two Orphans, The Sign of the Four, The Bells, The Herald Square Tragedy, Camille.

1904-5: Janice Meredith, The Fatal Card, Hearts of Oak, The Girl I Left Behind Me, When Her Soul Speaks, The Masqueraders, Saints and Sinners, The Henrietta, Shannon of the Sixth, The Red Cafe, Francesca da Rimini, Why They Parted, The Prince of Peace, My Partner, Out of the Fold, Alaska, Her Marriage Vow, Rose Michel, Hazel Kirke, The Christian, The Little Vagrants, A Prisoner of War, Robespierre, The Middleman, The Three Guardsmen, Octoroon, In the Palace of the King, The Silver King, The Painted Woman, Under Two Flags, Camille, Othello, Moths, Sapho, Charlotte Corday, Zaza, Carmen, Camille, Zaza, Sapho, East Lynne, When Knighthood Was in Flower, The Duke of Piccadilly, Dora Thorne, Oliver Twist, By Right of Sword, The Dancing Master, Gretna Green, Mam'zelle.

1905-6: The Crisis, A Texas Steer, John Martin's Secret, Forbidden Fruit, The Bells of Haslemere, The Face in the Moonlight, The Cowboy and the Lady, Hearts Courageous, Quo Vadis, A Gentleman of France, The Light of Other Eyes, The Fatal Night, Thelma, Uncle Tom's Cabin, When We Were Twenty-One, Lady Audley's Secret, The Price of Honor, Shenandoah, M'liss, Banished by the King, The Charity Ball, On the Suwanee River, Pawn Ticket 210, Du Barry, The Wife, No Wedding Bells for Her, The World, The Great Diamond Robbery, Robert Emmet, The Lost Paradise, Men and Women, Out of the Fold, Fanchon, the Cricket, Blue Jeans, Lost River, Northern Lights, Leah the Forsaken, Resurrection, Sapho, Camille.

1906-7: The Climbers, A Social Highwayman, In Mizzoura, Woman Against Woman, The Factory Girl, Drusa Wayne, More to Be Pitied than Scorned, The Lady of Lyons, The Rose of the Lone Star.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Published Sources:

Clipper ( New York), 1893- 1907.

New York Dramatic Mirror, 1893- 1907.

Unpublished Source:

Meconnahey Joseph H. "The History of the Philadelphia Theatre from 1900 to 1910." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1937.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
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  • APPENDIX I CHRONOLOGY OF THEATRE COMPANIES 493
  • APPENDIX II THEATRE COMPANIES BY STATE 497
  • Index of Personal Names and Play Titles 501
  • About the Contributors 535
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