The Vagabonds, 1983 Linda Lee Koenig
The Vagabonds America's Oldest Little Theater, 1983 by Linda Lee Koenig tells the distinctive story of the group which gathered in 1916, moved from place to place through the Twenties, the Depression and World War II and still entertains enthusiastic audiences in Baltimore, Maryland.
H.L. Mencken wrote the groups' first play and attended rehearsals. The players presented Zelda Fitzgerald's marathon (5 hours) avant-garde comedy, Scandalabra, in 1933.
The book is in near mint condition, a little foxing on the top. Dust Jacket is perfect.
There are 24 black and white production photos. There are also three appendixes for theater statistics.
The book measures 5 3/4 inches by 8 1/2 inches by 3/4 inch. There are 166 pages.