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Spring Dance - Full Length Play, Comedy

Spring Dance

Eloise Barrangon, Philip Barry, Eleanor Gallen

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Full Length Play, Comedy

6m, 7f

ISBN: 9780573615719

"It is a bright and amusing comedy, splendidly adapted, in cast, subject matter, and its collegiate background to students of high school and college." - American Academy of Dramatic Arts

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Full Length Play

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This gay, light, frothy comedy was produced by Jed Harris at the Empire Theatre in New York. The story concerns a number of New England college girls in general and one, Alex Benson, in particular, who finds it very difficult to attract young men of any description! Alex sets her heart on Sam Thatcher, a Yale man who has turned against college and regimentation to set off for Russia with a rebellious companion oddly called "The Lippincott," who knows everything about women except how to get along without them. When Alex can't seem to get very far with the courtship by herself, her girl friends decide to take the matter into their own hands. They conspire to make Sam jealous as well as interested in things other than Russia and candid cameras, and to raise Alex to the rank of belle of the ball. Sam, a sad,funny figure the world over, finally capitulates under the ministrations of the many females, and he and Alex elope to the great delight of Alex's gang.
"It is a bright and amusing comedy, splendidly adapted, in cast, subject matter, and its collegiate background to students of high school and college. " - American Academy of Dramatic Arts
First produced by Jed Harris at the Empire Theatre in New York
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6m, 7f

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Philip Barry

Philip Barry

Philip Jerome Quinn Barry (1896–1949) was born in Rochester, New York, to a successful Irish immigrant and a mother who was of old Philadelphia Irish‐Catholic stock. Young Barry was a frail child with defective eyesight, yet despite his myopia he became an avid reader and a precocious wit, entering Yale in 1914 and plunging eagerly into campus literary activities. During World War I, he was ... view full profile

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