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Subway, The - Full Length Play, Drama

Subway, The

Elmer Rice

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Full Length Play, Drama

7m, 3f

ISBN: 9780573615931

This stirring play from the pen of the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Street Scene, was produced on Broadway by the Lenox Hill Players. This original and appealing drama is an Expres-sionistic series of pictures showing the struggles, aspirations and the final tragedy of a young…

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Full Length Play

Drama

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This stirring play from the pen of the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Street Scene, was produced on Broadway by the Lenox Hill Players. This original and appealing drama is an Expres-sionistic series of pictures showing the struggles, aspirations and the final tragedy of a young girl wThose eagerness to enjoy life and establish her right to the pursuit of happiness is crushed by the cruel coldness of a machine-made civilization, symbolized by The Subway.

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7m, 3f

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Elmer Rice

Elmer Rice

Elmer Rice (born Sept. 28, 1892, New York City—died May 8, 1967, Southampton, Hampshire, Eng.) was an American playwright, director, and novelist noted for his innovative and polemical plays. Rice graduated from the New York Law School in 1912 but soon turned to writing plays. His first work, the melodramatic On Trial (1914), was the first play to employ on stage the motion-picture technique of ... view full profile

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