EXPRESSING WILLIE, NICE PEOPLE, 39 EAST, Three Plays,

By: Rachel Crothers

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EXPRESSING WILLIE, NICE PEOPLE, 39 EAST, Three Plays, by Rachel Crothers (Miss)
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Brentano's Publishers, New York, © 1924. hardcover, 7 3/4" x 5 1/4" (lacks jacket). Half inch of cloth missing at spine top; firm binding. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Embossed dark-brown cloth-bound boards with gold title and border to front, uncut fore-edge & bottom edge, title page with embossing & red logo, and play texts for three plays. The first, 'Expressing Willie', is a comedy in three acts, first presented at Forty Eight Street Theater, New York, 16 April, 1924 - a cast of 11 (6 males, 5 females). The second play, 'Nice People', was first presented in New York at the Klaw Theater, 3 March, 1921 with Tallulah Bankhead in lead role - cast of 10 players (6 males, 4 females). The final play, '39 East', is a comedy in three acts, first presented at the Broadhurst Theater, New York, 31st March 1919 - a cast of 14 (6 males, 8 females).

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