An Outspoken Critic Provokes Visions of Stages Past and Present (Part II)
A 1930s British Ego investigates American theater.
An Outspoken Critic Provokes Visions of Stages Past and Present
In the 1930s, London theater journalist James Agate discovered America.
Bert Williams: America's First Black Star (Part II)
A rediscovered film at MoMA prompts reflections on a great artist's extraordinary career.
America's Greatest Woman Playwright (Maybe) (Part II)
Listening to Ruth Draper, actors and playwrights learn simple truths.
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