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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations ix
  • Argument 3
  • 1 - The Petrified Forest 9
  • 2 - Boston Secedes from the Universe 13
  • 3 - The Lunts In The Taming of the Shrew 17
  • 4 - Dead End 21
  • 5 - H. T. Parker 25
  • 6 - Helen Hayes In Victoria Regina 29
  • 7 - Ethan Frome 34
  • 8 - Charlie Chaplin 38
  • 9 - Wpa Murder in the Cathedral 43
  • 10 - Percy Hammond 48
  • 11 - O'Neill Gets the Nobel Prize 52
  • 12 - Ruth Gordon In The Country Wife 56
  • 13 - You Can't Take It with You 61
  • 14 - Dr. Faustus 66
  • 15 - Strip-Tease 70
  • 16 - Golden Boy 74
  • 17 - Of Mice and Men 78
  • 18 - Man of Letters 81
  • 19 - Our Town 85
  • 20 - Mrs. Roosevelt On Our Town 89
  • 21 - Abe Lincoln in Illinois 93
  • 22 - Maurice Evans and the Full-Length Hamlet 98
  • 23 - Laurette Taylor In Outward Bound 103
  • 24 - The Little Foxes 107
  • 25 - Katharine Cornell In No Time for Comedy 111
  • 26 - My Heart's in the Highlands 115
  • 27 - The World's Fair 121
  • 28 - The Man Who Came to Dinner 125
  • 29 - The Time of Your Life 129
  • 30 - Life with Father 133
  • 31 - Margo In The World We Make 139
  • 32 - Aristotle's Rule-Book 143
  • 33 - Barry Fitzgerald and Sarah Allgood In Juno and the Paycock 147
  • 34 - Easter Sources of Drama 152
  • 36 - Richard II and Hamlet 160
  • 37 - Small Town Drama 164
  • 38 - The Lunts In There Shall Be No Night 168
  • 39 - World's Fair Revisited 172
  • 40 - Ed Wynn 176
  • 41 - Theatre People 180
  • 42 - Lady in the Dark 184
  • 43 - Native Son 188
  • 44 - Watch on the Rhine 192
  • 45 - Bad Plays Used to Be Worse 196
  • 46 - Blithe Spirit 200
  • 47 - The Circus 204
  • 48 - Katharine Cornell In Candida 208
  • 49 - The Skin of Our Teeth 213
  • 50 - Drama in Chungking 218
  • 51 - Artists Also Serve 223
  • 52 - Message from Moscow 227
  • 53 - State of the Union 230
  • 54 - Annie Get Your Gun 235
  • 55 - The Iceman Cometh 241
  • 56 - Helen Hayes In Happy Birthday 247
  • 57 - Ingrid Bergman In Joan of Lorraine 251
  • 58 - Another Part of the Forest 255
  • 59 - Years Ago 258
  • 60 - Androcles and the Lion 261
  • 61 - Bert Lahr In Burlesque 265
  • 62 - Street Scene to Music 269
  • 63 - Bobby Clark 272
  • 64 - All My Sons 277
  • 65 - John Gielgud's The Importance of Being Earnest 280
  • 66 - Brigadoon 284
  • 67 - Alice in Wonderland 288
  • 68 - Critics Circle 292
  • 70 - No Sunday Article 300
  • Index 305
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