pp. 1-64. (plus pp. 173-180 V. II, 4, September, 1918 laid in, no holes in fold so seemingly never sewn in, perhaps an offprint, since the article beginning on p. 173, The People's Theatre by Claude Brogdon has the masthead). Wraps with creases, chips, and soiling. Dust soiling on page edges, otherwise, pages are supple and clean. Contents: The Theatre and the New Civilization--Gordon Craig; The American Theatre and Reconstruction--Walter Pritchard Eaton; Repertory and the Broadway Season--Kenneth Macgowan; Edmond Rostand: An Appreciation--Barrett H. Clark; The Theatre de Vieux Colombier--Samuel A. Eliot, Jr.; Instead of a Theatre--W. B. Yeats; Sketches of Oriental Theatres--Hermann Rosse; Eurythmics for Theatre--Elizabeth S. Allen; Moonshine, A One-Act Play--Arthur Hopkins; The New Dramatic Books; The Newly Published Plays. Illustrations: Stage setting for Washington by Robert Edmond Jones; Four settings from recent productions; Four stage designs by John Wenger; Drawings by Paulet Thevenaz illustrating Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Illustrations in black and white. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Theatre Arts Magazine, Volume III, Number 1;...
Publisher: Theatre Arts, Inc.
Publication Date: 1919
Book Condition: Good
Book Description New York: Theatre Arts, Inc., 1919. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Octavo containing 4 issues and bound in blue cloth hardcovers. B&W illustrations. Label mounted on 1st pastedown indicates this was once owned by impresario Mike Todd. Condition: minor wear & rubbing to binding; else very good. Seller Inventory # 304831