Jig Cook and the Provincetown Players, 1982 Robert Kairoly Sarlos
Jig Cook and the Provincetown Players Theatre in Ferment, 1982 was written by Robert Kairoly Sarlos to emphasize the importance of the group (1915-1922), the plays they wrote and produced and the objectives, conflicts and dreams of the Players themselves and their leader, Jig Cook. First Edition.
- The inspiring and sobering history is generously illustrated.
- The thorough documentation (pp. 168 - 249) is impressive.
- A chronology of events,
- An extremely valuable "annotated who was who," (pp. 181 -199)
- Descriptions of Physical Structures
Clearly, a basic text for those interested in America's Little Theater Movement!
This hardcover book is in very good condition--no marks or tears, strong binding and a dust jacket, a bit ragged, that has protected the book. It measures 6 1/4 inches by 9 1/2 inches by 1 inch and has 265 pages.