Hallie Flanagan: A Life in the American Theatre

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 436 pages
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A biography-history of the extraordinary woman who formed the famous Vassar Experimental Theatre in 1926 and became the head of the Federal Theatre Project during the Roosevelt WPA days in the 1930s. 16-page insert.

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Flanagan was the dynamo director of Roosevelt's Federal Theatre Projecta program tht from 1935 to 1939 employed thousands of theater workers who had been on relief. A theater visionary who had made a ... Read full review

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A wonderful and loving biography. Hallie Flanagan is such an unsung hero. I really think American theatre would be a sad place without her work. It sparked more interest in the WPA - particularly the ... Read full review

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Grinnell
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Murray Flanagan
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New Directions
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