Little Theatre in the United States 1917 Constance D Mackay
Little Theatre in the United States 1917 by Constance D'Arcy Mackay is a History with Illustrations showing a diverse and Inclusive American Theater.
It provides historical information on worldwide little theaters and in America describes the early progress throughout this country of this Movement.
This first edition copy, with a Santa Barbara Library binding, surveys one of "the newest, freest, most potent and democratic forces in the art of the American Stage--the Little Theatre." It describes little theatres in New York, the east, the west, Chicago, the south, laboratory theatres, little country theatres and even lists those that failed and the reasons.
This hard cover book is in fair condition. A new cover has been provided as indicated and is firm. There are 17 illustrations. Most pages are browning with age,and there are some marks, such as check marks and underlining, largely in the first two chapters and all in pencil.
It has 277 pages and measures 5 inches by 8 inches by 1 1/4 inches.
This is a basic study in the history of American theater as the recent reprintings and print-on-demand copies suggest.