Egan, Leona Rust
Title Provincetown as a stage. Provincetown, The Provincetown Players and the Discovery of Eugene O'Neill.
Binding Hardcover in DJ.
Book Condition Good
Jacket Condition Good
Publisher Parnassus Imprints 1994.
0940160579 / 9780940160576
Seller ID 2090e
296 pp "Provincetown -- the summer of 1916... a significant segment of Greenwich Village's Avant-Garde was there -- including John Reed, Susan Glaspell, Mabel Dodge, Robert Edmund Jones, Mary Heaton Vorse, Max Eastman, Charles Demuth, Marsden Hartley, and William Zorach. By all contemporary accounts, never before in America had so many people who wrote, painted, or acted been thrown together in one small place… Fortunately for O'Neill, he was discovered by this group of free-thinking, free-living bohemians, calling themselves The Provincetown Players, who immediately recognized the artistry in his sea play, Bound for Cardiff, and staged it."