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11 Works of Floyd Dell

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“The Chaste Adventures of Joseph” was first producedat the Liberal Club, New York City, in 1914, withthe following cast: Madam Potiphar ……. Louise MurphyAsenath ………….. Marjorie JonesPotiphar …………. Berkeley TobeyJoseph …………… Floyd DellSlave ……………. Maurice Becker A room in Potiphar’s house. It is sparingly furnished with a table, two stools, and a couch, all in […]

HUMAN NATURE A VERY SHORT MORALITY PLAY TO ARTHUR DAVISON FICKE This is a much changed version of “A Five Minute Problem Play,” originally given at the Liberal Club, New York City, in 1913. Boundless blue space. Two celestial figures stand in front of it, talking. One of them carries a pointer, such as is […]

A LONG TIME AGOA TRAGIC FANTASY TO BROR NORDFELDT “A Long Time Ago” was first produced by the Provincetown Players,New York City, in 1917, with the following cast: The Old Woman ………….. Miriam KiperThe Fool……………….. Duncan MacDougalThe Queen………………. Ida RauhThe Sailor……………… George Cram CookThe Prince……………… Pendleton King The courtyard of a palace. On one side, […]

SWEET-AND-TWENTYA COMEDY To EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY “Sweet-and-Twenty” was first produced by the Provincetown Players, New York City, in 1918, with the following cast: The Young Woman …….. Edna St. VincentMillay The Young Man … Ordway TeadThe Agent ………….. Otto LiverightThe Guard ………….. Louis Ell The cherry-orchard scene was effectively produced on a small stage […]

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LEGENDA ROMANCE TO KIRAH MARKHAM “Legend” was first produced, under the title,“My Lady’s Mirror,” at the Liberal Club, in 1915,with the following cast: He …………… Clement WoodShe…………… Kirah Markham A small room with a little table in the centre, and a chair on either side of it. At the back is the embrasure of a […]

THE ANGEL INTRUDES A COMEDY To GEORGE CRAM COOK “The Angel Intrudes” was first produced by theProvincetown Players, New York City, in 1917, with the following cast: The Policeman…… Abram GilletteThe Angel………. James LightJimmy Pendleton…. Justus SheffieldAnnabelle………. Edna St. Vincent Millay Washington Square by moonlight. A stream of Greenwich Villagers hurrying across to the Brevoort […]

KING ARTHUR’S SOCKSA COMEDY To MAX EASTMAN “King Arthur’s Socks” was first produced by the Provincetown Players, New York City, in 1916, with the following cast: Guenevere Robinson…Edna JamesVivien Smith………Jane BurrMary……………..Augusta GaryLancelot Jones…….Max Eastman The living room of a summer cottage in Camelot, Maine. A pretty woman of between twenty-five and thirty-five is sitting in […]

IBSEN REVISITEDA PIECE OF FOOLISHNESS TO LOUIS UNTERMEYER “Ibsen Revisited” was first produced at theLiberal Club, in 1914, with the following cast: The Maid ………. Jo GotschThe Stranger…… Floyd Dell A middle-class interior. The parlour-maid is dusting the furniture. THE MAID.Oh, how dull it is here! Nobody to talk to, nobody to flirt with. . […]

ENIGMAA DOMESTIC CONVERSATION To THEODORE DREISER “Enigma” was first presented at the Liberal Club, New York City, in 1915. A man and woman are sitting at a table, talking in bitter tones. SHE.So that is what you think. HE.Yes. For us to live together any longer would be an obscene joke. Let’s end it while […]

POOR HAROLD!A COMEDY To DUDLEY FIELD MALONE This play was first produced in Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y., by the Mt. Airy Players, in 1920, with the following cast: Harold …………………. Eugene BoissevainIsabel …………………. Doris StevensMrs. Murphy ……………… B. Marie GageMrs. Falcington ………….. Crystal Eastman A room in Washington Square South. By the light of a candle, […]

THE RIM OF THE WORLDA FANTASY To MARJORIE JONES “The Rim of the World” was first produced by the Liberal Club, New York City, at Webster Hall, in 1915, with the following cast: The Maid ……… Jo GotschThe Gypsy …….. Floyd DellThe King………. Edward GoodmanThe Princess…… Marjorie Jones Morning. A room in a palace, opening […]