ⓘ Provincetown Players

                                     

ⓘ Provincetown Players

The Provincetown Players was a collective of artists, writers, intellectuals, and amateur theater enthusiasts. Under the leadership of the husband and wife team of George Cram" Jig” Cook and Susan Glaspell from Iowa, the Players produced two seasons in Provincetown, Massachusetts and six seasons in New York City, between 1916 and 1923. The companys founding has been called "the most important innovative moment in American theatre." Its productions helped launch the careers of Eugene ONeill and Susan Glaspell, and ushered American theatre into the Modern era.

                                     
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  • It is named for the Provincetown Players who converted the former bottling plant into a theater in 1918. The original players were Eugene O Neill, Edna
  • Provincetown ˈprɒvɪnsˌtaʊn is a New England town located at the extreme tip of Cape Cod in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in the United States. A
  • downtown part of Provincetown Provincetown Harbor, the harbor which borders the town of Provincetown Massachusetts Provincetown Historic District
  • personal mission to inspire others, Cook led the founding of the Provincetown Players on Cape Cod in 1915 their creative collective was considered the
  • Provincetown Players alongside Susan Glaspell, George Cram Cook, her husband Hutchins Hapgood, and others. Boyce worked with the Provincetown Players
  • association with Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, and with the Provincetown Players Mary Eleanor Fitzi Fitzgerald was born in Deerfield, Wisconsin
  • the Provincetown Players Many of the original members, including Deeter, believed commercial success to be at odds with the Provincetown Players mission
  • her husband George Cram Cook, who were among the founders of the Provincetown Players Floyd Dell, and Arthur Davison Ficke. Other Davenport writers associated
  • professional. The Provincetown Players who produced O Neill s first one - acts, moved to New York in 1916 members of the former Washington Square Players formed
  • and actress. With her husband George Cram Cook, she founded the Provincetown Players the first modern American theatre company. First known for her short