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Henderson, Archibald, 1877-1963.
Pioneering a people's theatre.
Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1945
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|Notes:||"Appeared as vol. XVII, no. 1, of the Carolina play-book."--Foreword.|
|Description:||viii, 104 pages illustrations (plans) diagram 24 x 18 cm.|
|Contents:||Frederick H. Koch, the man and his work, by Samuel Selden.--Twenty-six years of the Carolina Playmakers, by Samuel Selden.--Drama in the South, by F.H. Koch.--Scholium scribendi, by Archibald Henderson.--First stage and first theatre, by F.H. Koch.--From script to stage, by Edward Muschamp.--Dramatic art in a university program, by Samuel Selden.--The lyric lazy South, by Paul Green.--Drama in extension, by Kai Heiberg-Jurgenson.--Presence by the river, by Paul Green.--A dramatic art building by Samuel Selden.--Miracle at Manteo, by Marion Fitz-Simons.--Retrospect and prospect, by G.R. Coffman.--The staff of the Carolina Playmakers, by Marion Fitz-Simons.--Play produced by the Carolina Playmakers, 1918-1944, by Virginia P. Spencer.--Carolina folk plays published in books, by Virginia P. Spencer.|
|Series Title:||The University of North Carolina sesquicentennial publication|
|Responsibility:||edited with a foreword by Archibald Henderson ...|