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Armina Marshall Langner

Armina  Marshall Langner

Armina Marshall Langer was an American Indian actress, a playwright and a co-administrator of the Theater Guild whose career on Broadway spanned more than half a century. For nearly four decades beginning in the early 1920's, Miss Marshall, together with her husband, Lawrence Langner, and Theresa Helburn, co-founders of the Theater Guild, guided the subscription company through its glory years as one of the most successful producers of Broadway plays. Ms. Marshall and Mr. Langner, who had been married 37 years when he died in 1962, were the co-authors of seven plays, three of which made it to Broadway, including the 1933 hit The Pursuit of Happiness.


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