Guide to the Federal Theatre Project playscript and radioscript collection, 1930s Federal Theatre Project photograph C0002

A Guide to the Federal Theatre Project playscript and radioscript collection

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Collection Number C0002


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Collection number
C0002
Title
Federal Theatre Project playscript and radioscript collection 1930s
Physical Characteristics
36 linear ft.
Creator
Federal Theatre Project
Language
English
Abstract
The Federal Theatre Project Playscript and Radioscript Collection contains over 200 copied playscripts and radioscripts, written and performed in the 1930s for the Federal Theatre Project.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Federal Theatre Project playscript and radioscript collection, Collection #C0002, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Donated by the Federal Theatre Project.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff.


Historical Information

The Federal Theatre Project was a division of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which provided employment for large numbers of artists, writers, and performers during the Great Depression (1929-1939). The Federal Theatre began in 1935 and, until its end in 1939, flourished as the first and only federally sponsored and subsidized theater program in the United States. Directed by Hallie Flanagan (1880-1969), it was a way for theatrical professionals to gain employment during the Depression. Jobs were provided for many people, including actors, playwrights, scene designers, scene builders, seamstresses, lighting experts, ushers, box-office men, and stagehands.

Like many New Deal programs implemented by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Federal Theatre Project was intended not only to benefit its participants, but also to enrich the condition of the nation. Theater was a distinguished part of American popular culture, but the economic downturn of the Depression had bankrupted the entire theater industry. As the theater houses closed down, the nation was left without an outlet for theatrical creativity. According to Hallie Flanagan, this hurt the nation as much as it hurt the theater industry - indeed, the nation was their audience and the theater could provide entertaining distractions from the effects of Depression as well as offer commentary on present conditions.

But it was not enough to simply return to the pre-Depression concept of theater. In the first meeting her staff Flanagan expressed her willingness to follow Roosevelt's experimental approach to public policy: "In a changing world, a world of experiment, the stage too must experiment - with ideas, with the psychological relationship of men and women, with color and light.... The theatre must grow up."

Flanagan pursued her ideal of developing the relationship between the Federal Theatre and the federal government: "Any theatre sponsored by the government of the United States should do no plays of a cheap, trivial, outworn or vulgar nature, but only such plays as the Government can stand proudly behind in a planned theatrical program, national in scope, regional in emphasis, and American in democratic attitude." To Flanagan, it was imperative that this new theater should be progressive and experimental, yet within a patriotic and informative framework.

The productions that best embodied Flanagan's views on theater were the Living Newspapers. These hard-hitting, poignant plays dealt with contemporary factual material, dramatizing issues such as housing, agriculture, labor, and destitution. Always ending on an upbeat note, Living Newspapers underscored the importance of hard work and morality in overcoming difficult times. Living Newspaper titles include: Triple A Plowed Under, Injunction Granted, One Third of a Nation, and Spirocheta.

The Federal Theatre was noted for employing black Americans at a time when the Federal Government did not actively protect the rights of minorities. The "Negro Theater" (as it was called in the 1930s) was an established industry before the Depression, and it greatly contributed to the success of the Federal Theatre Project. Some of the most spectacular productions were put on by black theater professionals, for example: Macbeth, Haiti, Turpentine, Run Little Chillun, and The Trial of Dr. Beck.

Scope and Content

The Federal Theatre Project Playscript and Radioscript Collection contains over 200 copied playscripts and radioscripts, written and performed in the 1930s for the Federal Theatre Project. Also included is a collection of 62 copied Federal Theatre programs, handbills given to the audience at the beginning of a production. There is also a copy of The Flexible Stage, a book by Emmet Lavery about the history of the Federal Theatre Project. And there are the works of several noted authors in the collection, including Upton Sinclair, Orson Welles, Sinclair Lewis, Arthur Arent, and Langston Hughes.

Arrangement

Organized alphabetically.

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives holds the Federal Theatre Project collection, which includes numerous personal and organizational records as well as oral histories.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Corporate Names:

  • Federal Theatre Project (U.S.)
  • Subjects:

  • Theater--United States--History--20th century.

Adjunct Descriptive Data

Alternative Form Available

The scripts are also available as a series in the FTP digital collection.

Contents List

Federal Theatre Project Playscript and Radioscript Collection
  • Playscripts
    • 1
      1
      Federal Theatre Project Programs A-Z

      Adelante, Battle Hymn, Beyond the Horizon, Big Blow, Black Empire, Both Your Houses, Children's Autum Festival, Class of '29, Cradle Will Rock, Dance of Death, The Devil Passes, Dr. Faustus, Emperor's New Clothes, Fantacy 1929, Frankie and Jonny, Fly Away Home, Green Grow the Lilacs, Hell Bent for Heaven, Help Yourself, Horse Eats Hat, How Long Brethren, Doris Humphrey-Charles Weidman Dance Program, It Can't Happen Here, Jonny Johnson, Judgement Day, Justice, Like Falling Leaves, The Lonely Man, Long Voyage Home, Madame X, The Man-The Tree, Merchant of Venice, The Milky Way, Night Must Fall, O Say Can You Sing, One Sunday Afternoon, One-Third of a Nation, Outward Bound, Pinocchio, Power, Prologue to Glory, Persuit of Happiness, Ready!Aim!Fire!, Redemption, Revolt of the Beavers, Sing for Your Supper, Six Characters in Search of an Author, Spirochete, Story of Ferdinand, Sun and I, Sun Rises in the West, Swing Parade, Taming of the Shrew, Theatre of the Southwest, Trojan Incident, Twelfth Night, Twilight of the Theatre, When Knighthood Was in Flower, Young Choreographers Laboratory, Young Tramps

    • 2
      1
      $595 F.O.B.

      by George H. Corey

    • 3
      1
      $595 F.O.B.

      by George H. Corey

    • 4
      1
      1935 January 1938

      by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper Play

    • 5
      1
      The Abyss

      by John Wiley; Suggested by a Story of Edgar Allen Poe's

    • 6
      1
      The Affairs of a Professor

      by Virginia Yetes

    • 7
      1
      Altars of Steel

      by Thomas Hall-Rogers

    • 8
      1
      Altars of Steel

      by Thomas Hall-Rogers

    • 9
      1
      America February 1936

      A Peace Pageant for All Grades; The Catholic School Journal

    • 10
      1
      America, America! 1934

      by Alfred Kreymborg; A Mass Recital

    • 11
      1
      Angelo Herndon Jones

      by Langston Hughes; A One-Act Play of Negro Life

    • 12
      1
      As Thousands Jeer

      by Ben Heck and Eugene O'Heel; With a smirk at Irving Berlin and Moss Hart

    • 13
      1
      The Bad Man

      by Porter Emerson Brown

    • 14
      1
      The Ballad of Davy Crockett

      by H. R. Hays

    • 15
      1
      Barge Incident
    • 16
      1
      Barge Incident

      by Herb Meadow

    • 17
      1
      Barge Incident

      by Herb Meadow; A Waterfront Tragedy; play reader reports

    • 18
      1
      Battle Hymn 1936

      by Michael Blankfort and Michael Gold

    • 19
      1
      Beauty and the Beast

      by Mary Dirnberger; Dramatized from the familiar fairy tale

    • 20
      1
      Beyond Tomorrow

      by John W. Dunn; A play of early Oklahoma life

    • 21
      1
      Big Blow November 15, 1938

      by Theodore Pratt; Dramatized from the Novel by Theodore Pratt

    • 22
      1
      Big White Fog

      by Theodore Ward; A Negro Tragedy

    • 23
      1
      Black Empire 1932

      by Christine Ames and Clarke Painter; A Drama

    • 24
      1
      Blue-Eyed Black Boy
    • 25
      1
      Booker T. Washington
    • 26
      1
      Brer Rabbit December 1937

      by Ruth Comfort Mitchel and Alfred Allen

    • 27
      1
      Can You Hear Their Voices? 1931

      by Hallie Flanagan and Margaret Ellen Clifford; A play of our time; Based on a story by Whittaker Chambers

    • 28
      1
      The Case of Philip Lawrence

      by Geo. McEnlee

    • 29
      1
      The Chameleon

      by German List Arzubide; Adapted from a story by Anton Chekhov; Translated by Angel Flores

    • 30
      1
      Cheat and Swing

      by john Woodworth; A legend... about Belle Starr, Queen of the desperadoes

    • 31
      1
      Chisbaohoyo, the Sweetheart of the Corn

      by John W. Dunn

    • 32
      1
      A Christmas Carol December 1937

      by Charles Dickens; Dialogue arranged for Marionetts and Hand Puppets by Alma M. Shaw

    • 33
      1
      Cinda

      by H. Jack Bates; A Negro Folk Play

    • 34
      1
      Cinderella

      by Rose Carlyn

    • 35
      1
      Class of '29 1936

      by Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings

    • 36
      1
      Class of '29 1936

      by Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings

    • 37
      1
      The Common Glory

      by Paul Green; Music by Kurt Weill; A Legend of American Life

    • 0
      2
      The Constitution

      by A. Callen, M. Worthington, and I. Reuben

    • 1
      2
      The Constitutional Convention March 1938

      by Oliver Haserodt

    • 2
      2
      The Cradle Will Rock June 15, 1937

      by Marc Blitzstein

    • 3
      2
      Created Equal

      by John Hunter Booth; An American Chronicle

    • 4
      2
      Created Equal

      by John Hunter Booth; An American Chronicle

    • 5
      2
      The Danites in the Sierras

      by Joaquin Miller

    • 6
      2
      Dark Harvest

      by Arnold Sundgaard; A History

    • 7
      2
      Day in Darkness 1936

      by George Foss

    • 8
      2
      Death Comes Creepin' in the Room

      by Grant Moss

    • 9
      2
      The Devil Passes

      by Benn W. Levy; A Religious Comedy

    • 10
      2
      Dirt 1937

      by Don Farran and Ruth Stewart; A Living Newspaper Play

    • 11
      2
      Double Door

      by Elizabeth McFadden

    • 12
      2
      Down in Egypt's land 1933

      by Charlotte Kohler

    • 13
      2
      Dramatist Guild Contest Play #523
    • 14
      2
      Ethiopia [?]
    • 15
      2
      Ethiopia March 1968

      by Arthur Arent; Th First "Living Newspaper"; from Educational Theatre Journal, v. 10, # 1; Introduction by Dan Isaac

    • 16
      2
      Everyman
    • 17
      2
      Everywhere I Roam

      by Will T. Goodwin; Working Script

    • 18
      2
      The Flexible Stage

      by Emmet Lavery; "This book is a postscript to the history of Federal Theatre as recorded by Hallie Flanagan in Arena, published in December, 1940 by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York. It carries on where Arena leaves off and should, consequently, be read as a companion volume to Mrs. Flanagan's book."

    • 19
      2
      Frederick Douglass

      by Georgia Douglas Johnson

    • 20
      2
      Frederick Douglass

      by Georgia Douglas Johnson

    • 21
      2
      G.A.R. of the W.P.A.
    • 22
      2
      The Girl of the Golden West
    • 23
      2
      Go Down Moses

      by Theodore Browne; Based on the Life and Times of Harriet Tubman

    • 24
      2
      Granny Maumee

      by Ridgely Torrence; A Play for the Negro Theatre

    • 25
      2
      The Grasshopper

      by Howard Koch; A Comedy of Recent Times

    • 26
      2
      A Great American

      by Anna Friedman; A Roosevelt Play

    • 27
      2
      The Great American

      by Gertrude Worthington Jeffries

    • 28
      2
      The Great American Drama
    • 29
      2
      Haiti
    • 30
      2
      Haiti March 2, 1938
    • 1
      3
      Hell's Half Acre 1938

      by Abram Hill

    • 2
      3
      Hymn to the Rising Sun

      by Paul Green

    • 3
      3
      If Ye Break Faith November 16, 1938

      by Maria M. Coxe

    • 4
      3
      Injunction Granted 1938

      by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper

    • 5
      3
      Injunction Granted 1938

      by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper

    • 6
      3
      Injunction Granted 1938

      by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper

    • 7
      3
      Israel in the Kitchen July 1934

      by Noah Elstein

    • 8
      3
      It Can't Happen Here September 18, 1936

      by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis

    • 9
      3
      It Can't Happen Here September 18, 1936

      by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis

    • 10
      3
      It Can't Happen Here September 18, 1936

      by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis

    • 11
      3
      It Can't Happen Here September 18, 1936

      by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis; #1 Script

    • 12
      3
      Jefferson Davis

      by John McGee

    • 13
      3
      Jericho 1936

      by H. L. Fishel

    • 14
      3
      Jericho 1936

      by H. L. Fishel

    • 15
      3
      John Henry: Steel Driving Man

      by Frank B. Wells; Tracking Down a Negro Legend, a Saga

    • 16
      3
      Juba

      by Warren Coleman; A Negro Comedy

    • 17
      3
      Juba

      by Warren Coleman; A Negro Comedy

    • 18
      3
      King Cotton

      The Living Newspaper Presents

    • 19
      3
      King Cotton

      The Living Newspaper Presents

    • 20
      3
      Land Grant 1939

      by T. C. Robinson and Rena M. Vale

    • 21
      3
      Land Grant 1939

      by T. C. Robinson and Rena M. Vale

    • 22
      3
      Liberty Deferred
    • 1
      4
      Liberty Deferred
    • 2
      4
      Liberty Deferred
    • 3
      4
      Life and Death of an American

      by George Sklar

    • 4
      4
      Little Black Sambo

      by C. B. Chorpenning

    • 5
      4
      Living Newspaper Follies

      by Lawrence and Sylvia Martin

    • 6
      4
      Living Newspaper Follies

      by Lawrence and Sylvia Martin

    • 7
      4
      Lucy Stone

      by Maud Wood Park

    • 8
      4
      Lysistrata of Aristophanes

      by Theodore Browne; An "African Version"

    • 9
      4
      Macbeth

      by William Shakespeare; arranged and staged by Orson Welles; Complete Working Script

    • 10
      4
      Macbeth April 14, 1936

      by William Shakespeare; arranged and staged by Orson Welles; Complete Working Script

    • 11
      4
      Medicine Show May 11, 1939
    • 12
      4
      Medicine Show 1986

      by Oscar Saul

    • 13
      4
      Men at Work

      A Pageant of the New Deal

    • 14
      4
      The Mikado

      by W. S. Gilbert; The Town of Titifu

    • 15
      4
      Miles Gloriosus

      by Plautus; translated by Clarence P. Bill

    • 16
      4
      Milk
    • 17
      4
      Miracle at Verdun

      by Hans Chlumberg

    • 18
      4
      Mrs Lincoln

      by Ramon Romero; An Historical Play

    • 19
      4
      My Country Right or Left 1937

      by Muriel Fox, Marie Reed, Suzette Telenga, and Jane Whitbread; A Musical Satire

    • 20
      4
      The Natural Man

      by Theodore Brown; Based on the Legend of John Henry

    • 21
      4
      The New Deal
    • 22
      4
      New Deal Prospectors
    • 23
      4
      Ninety-Seven Cents December 15, 1937

      by students of Commonwealth College; Commonwealth College Fortnightly

    • 24
      4
      Ohio Doom

      by Harold Igo.

    • 25
      4
      One Third of a Nation July 29, 1938

      by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspsper about Housing

    • 26
      4
      Pan America

      by Grace H. Swift; A Pageant

    • 1
      5
      Panyared March 14, 1939

      by Hughes Allison

    • 2
      5
      Pinocchio

      adapted by Yasha Frank

    • 3
      5
      Poor Little Consumer

      by Robert Russell

    • 4
      5
      Power

      Living Newspaper

    • 5
      5
      Precious Land

      by Robert Whitehand

    • 6
      5
      Private Hicks

      by Albert Maltz; Anti-Fascist Play

    • 7
      5
      Processional

      by John Howard Lawson

    • 8
      5
      Professor Mamlock

      by Friedrich Wolf

    • 9
      5
      The Prompter November 1936
    • 10
      5
      The Prophecy 1933

      by Claudia Hatch

    • 11
      5
      The Red Land

      by Robert Sturgis

    • 12
      5
      Return to Death

      by P. Washington Porter; A Tragedy of Negro Life

    • 13
      5
      The Revolt of the Beavers
    • 14
      5
      The Rise of Silas Lapham
    • 15
      5
      Rivers Flood

      by Richard Oliver; A Living Newspaper Play

    • 16
      5
      The Rubber Gods

      by Margaret Lesueur and Momodu Johnson; a Drama of Native Africa

    • 17
      5
      Run Little Chillun

      by Hall Johnson; Across the River

    • 18
      5
      Run Little Chillun

      by Hall Johnson; Across the River

    • 19
      5
      Russia

      Living Newspaper

    • 20
      5
      Saleslady

      by Upton Sinclair; A Little Play for the White Collar Folks

    • 21
      5
      Scenes from our Times

      by Christobel Morley Cordell

    • 22
      5
      See America First

      by Phyllis Clare Flannery; A Farce Satire

    • 23
      5
      See How They Run

      Dramatist Guild Contest Play #60

    • 24
      5
      See How They Run

      by George Savage

    • 25
      5
      She Canna Perish 1933

      by Florence Clothier; A Play of the Labrador Coast

    • 26
      5
      She Stoops to Conquer

      by Oliver Goldsmith; The Mistakes of a Night

    • 27
      5
      Sing for Your Supper
    • 28
      5
      Sit Down Sister! June 1937

      by Fall River

    • 29
      5
      The Sky Will Be Lit Up 1933

      by Janet Hartman and Hallie Flanagan

    • 30
      5
      Snickering Horses

      by Jo Basshe

    • 31
      5
      So It Didn't Work

      Joseph Lawrence; A Comedy

    • 32
      5
      The Song Story of Our Nation

      by Grace Welsh Lutgen

    • 1
      6
      The South
    • 2
      6
      The South
    • 3
      6
      Spanish Grant November 1938

      by Eugene Deaderick, Cyrilla P. Lindner, Max Mansbach, Lorin Raker; A Living Newspaper

    • 4
      6
      Spirochete 1938

      by Arnold Sundgaard; A History

    • 5
      6
      Star Spangled

      by Robert Ardrey; A Comedy

    • 6
      6
      Stars and Bars

      by Ward Courtney; a Living Newspaper Play

    • 7
      6
      Stars and Bars

      by Ward Courtney; a Living Newspaper Play

    • 8
      6
      Stars and Bars

      by Ward Courtney; a Living Newspaper Play

    • 9
      6
      St. Louis Woman

      by Countee Cullen and Arna Bontempa

    • 10
      6
      Steel
    • 11
      6
      Straphanger

      by Otis Chatfield-Taylor

    • 12
      6
      Sweet Land
    • 13
      6
      Sweet Land
    • 14
      6
      Tapestry in Linen July 1937

      by Shotwell Callvert; a Musical Drama

    • 15
      6
      Tapestry in Linen July 1937

      by Shotwell Callvert; a Musical Drama

    • 16
      6
      The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper

      by David Pinsky; A Grotesque Comedy

    • 17
      6
      The Ten Million

      by William dorsey Blake; A Living Newspaper Play

    • 18
      6
      Theodore Roosevelt

      by Florine Schwartz; A Play for Children

    • 19
      6
      Theodore Roosevelt - A Great Soldier

      by Anna M. Lutkenhaus

    • 20
      6
      They Too Arise

      by Arthur A. Miller

    • 21
      6
      They Too Arise

      by Arthur A. Miller

    • 22
      6
      They Too Arise

      by Arthur A. Miller

    • 23
      6
      Three-Cornered Moon

      by Gertrude Tonkonogy

    • 24
      6
      Timber!

      by Myrtly Mary Moss and Burke Ormsby; A play on deforestation and reforestation

    • 25
      6
      A Time to Remember 1937

      by marie Baumer; from the novel by Leane Zugsmith

    • 26
      6
      The Torch

      by John Broome

    • 27
      6
      The Tower Beyond Tragedy

      by Robinson Jeffers; A Play in Poetic Form

    • 28
      6
      Townsend Goes to Town 1939

      by george Murray and David Pelts; A Living Newspaper on Pensions

    • 29
      6
      Treasure island

      by Jules Eckert Goodman

    • 1
      7
      The Trial of Dr. Beck December 1938

      by Hughes Allison

    • 2
      7
      Trilogy in Black

      by Ward Courtney; The Moon is Steel; Carnival for Bolt; North

    • 3
      7
      Triple A Plowed Under
    • 4
      7
      Trojan Incident

      Based on homer and Euripides

    • 5
      7
      Troll Hill 1933

      by Eleanor Phelps

    • 6
      7
      Troubled Island

      by Langston Hughes

    • 7
      7
      Turpentine 1935

      by J. A. Smith and P. Morell; A folk drama of the Florida Pine woods

    • 8
      7
      Uncle Tom's Cabin

      Life Among the Lowly

    • 9
      7
      Unto Such Glory
    • 10
      7
      Utopia, Ltd. 1935

      by Eden White; A Rollicking Comedy

    • 11
      7
      Waiting for Lefty
    • 12
      7
      Waiting for Lefty

      Play Reader Report

    • 13
      7
      War
    • 14
      7
      War and Taxes

      Living Newspaper

    • 15
      7
      War and Taxes

      Living Newspaper

    • 16
      7
      Water and Wine 1933

      by Frances Gordon Strunsky

    • 17
      7
      We Live and Laugh Revue 1937

      translated from the Yiddish by Julius Schmerler and Isidore Edelman

    • 18
      7
      We the people

      by Elmer Rice

    • 19
      7
      Will Shakespeare

      by Clemence Dane

    • 20
      7
      The Women of Destiny 1933

      by Samuel Jesse Warshawsky

    • 21
      7
      The Wreck 1933

      by Molly Day Thacher

  • Radioscripts
    • 1
      8
      13 - 15 Minute Plays March 1939
    • 2
      8
      American Troubadour hour
    • 3
      8
      The Banshee August 24, 1938

      by maxine Schiel; Mystery Dramas

    • 4
      8
      The Case of the Girl with the Dark Eyes October 18, 1938

      by John Fleming; Mystery Dramas

    • 5
      8
      The Case of the Skeleton Hands August 10, 1938

      by John Fleming; Mystery Dramas

    • 6
      8
      Caves of Aladdin September 20, 1938

      by John Fleming; Mystery Dramas

    • 7
      8
      Clock on the Mantel September 27, 1938

      by Jack Barefield; Mystery Dramas

    • 8
      8
      The Duchess of Padua November 9, 1937

      by Oscar Wilde; adapted by Donald Macfarlane; Oscar Wilde Cycle

    • 9
      8
      An Enemy of the People July 13, 1937

      by Hendrik Ibsen; adapted by Harry Goldsmith; Ibsen Cycle

    • 10
      8
      Ghosts September 21, 1937

      by Hendrik Ibsen; Ibsen Cycle

    • 11
      8
      The Importance of Being Earnest October 5, 1937

      by Oscar Wilde; adapted by Donald Macfarlane; Oscar Wilde Cycle

    • 12
      8
      John Gabriel Borkman July 27, 1937

      by Henrik Ibsen; adapted by Harry Goldsmith; Ibsen Cycle

    • 13
      8
      Lefty Peroni August 3, 1938

      by Georgia Backus; Mystery Dramas

    • 14
      8
      Little Eyolf August 31, 1937

      by Henrik Ibsen; adapted by Donald Macfarlane; Ibsen Cycle

    • 15
      8
      The Living Dead Man September 13, 1938

      by Maxine Schiel; Mystery Dramas

    • 16
      8
      The Lonely Man January 19, 1939

      by Howard Koch; adapted by Lawrence Levey; Federal Theatre of the Air

    • 17
      8
      A Matter of Mirrors October 11, 1938

      by Ben Hawthorne; Mystery Dramas

    • 18
      8
      A Mystery of Mountain Manor October 25, 1938

      by John Fleming; Mystery Dramas

    • 19
      8
      Pillars of Society August 17, 1937

      by Henrik Ibsen; adapted by Charles Crumpton; Ibsen Cycle

    • 20
      8
      Salome November 23, 1937

      adapted by Lewis W. Moyer; Oscar Wilde Cycle

    • 21
      8
      Treasure Island of 1939 1939

      Audition Program

    • 22
      8
      Who Shall Deny It April 16, 1938

      by Benet Costa

    • 23
      8
      The Wild Duck July 6, 1937

      by Henrik Ibsen; adapted by Georgia Fawcett; Ibsen Cycle

    • 24
      8
      The Women of the Day

      by Leo Fontaine; A Radio Series