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Date ShowPlaywright SlotDirector
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1910TeamworkH A Gallupe'll and Chas Gott'llOriginal work: FIRST 3PS show
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1911Jack and The Baken Bean StalkFrederick F BullardOriginal Opretta
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1911Lost, A Chaperon C Bruerton W S Maulsby Orginal written for the junior day class play
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1914Edge of the World
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1914The Bargain/ Had He lied to the husband (GB Shaw)/ Indian SummerThree One Acts
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1914Little Brother Ego
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1914The Edge of the World
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1915Modesty
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The Kleptomaniac
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Rosalie
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Dizzy's DilemmaCCI Borwn
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Midsumer Night's Dream Shakespeare
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1916The Finger of GodPercival WIldeThree One acts
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The OutcastAugust StrindbargThree One acts
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The Lost Silk HatLOrd DuasanyThree One acts
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The Dark Lady of the Sonnets/ Macbeth. Henry IVShakespeareShakespeare festival
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Paul and VirginiaJas H Rorty Three One acts
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Are your hands tied?Jas H Rorty Three One acts
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The Black TieGeo MiddletonThree One acts
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The BoorChekovThree One acts
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The PrizeJohn BargatThree One acts
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Too Many CrooksE G Burns Three One acts
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1917MaterMackayMasque
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1917French Without A MasterBernardThree One acts
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1917A Marriage Proposal ChekovThree One acts
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1917SweetheartsW S GilbertThree One acts
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1917Master Pierre Pattelin Richard Holbrooktranslated from French
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1917-1918Two Sets of 3 one act plays were planned but never put on because of the war and the effect it had on college dramatics and the men who acted in them
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1918-1919 SeasonThe Cassilis EngagementSir John Hankin
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Three Pills IN a BottleRachel Field
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1919-1920 SeasonDandy Dick Arthur W. Pinero
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OvertonesAlice Gerstenberg
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Back to ErinA. H Gilmer
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Food W.C DeMIlle
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What would a gentleman Do?GIlbert Dayle
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1920Taming of the ShrewWilliam Shakespeare
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1920-1921 SeasonLady Windermere's FanOScar Wilde
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The Lucky One A.A. Milne
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The TruthClyde Fitch
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The Snowball Sydney Grundy
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1921-1922 SeasonThe Snowball Sydney Grundy
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Aria Da CapoEdna St, Vincent Millay
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Suppressed Desires Susan Glaspell and GC Cook
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ILEEuguene O'Neil
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Food W.C DeMIlle
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The Marriage Will Not take placeAlfred Sutro
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THe Rising of the moonLady Gregory
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How he lied to her husband G. B. Shaw
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1922-1923 SeasonAria Da CapoEdna St, Vincent Millay
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Suppressed Desires Susan Glaspell and GC Cook
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The Rising of the MoonLady Gregory
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The Fitch of BaconLenanor Hinkley
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THe Valiant Holworth Hall and Roberty Middlemas
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Fame and the PoetLord Dunsany
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Rising of the MoonLady Gregory
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THe Servant in the HouseCharles Rann Kennedy
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The Champion Thomas Louden and A.E. Thomas
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A successful CalamityClare Kummer
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1923-1924 SeasonA successful CalamityKummer
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R.U.R Karel Capekk
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Ania Da CapoMillay
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The Rising of the MoonLady Gregory
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Romeo and JulietShakespear
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Wedding Bells
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1924-1925 SeasonChildren of the MoonMartin Flavin
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In The ZoneEugene O'Neill
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The Pot BoikerAlice Gernstenberg
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THe Glittering GateLord Dunsany
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The Hairy Ape Eugene O'Neill
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Mithridates
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1925The Hairy ApeEugene O'Neill
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1937The Bride
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1928OthelloShakespeare
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1929Arms and the ManGeorge Bernard Shaw
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1929The Emperor JonesEugene O'Neill
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1930Anna ChristieEugene O'Neill
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1930Helena's HusbandPhilip Moeller
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1930GhostHenrik Ibsen
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1930The Torch-BearersGeorge Kelly
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1932Cock RobinElmer Rice and Philip Barry
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1934Dr. Knock
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1934Paths of Glory
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1937Liliom
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1938Winterset
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1939Rur Givers
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1939"High Tor" Maxwell Anderson
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1940Margin for Error
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1940Thunder Rock
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1941Playboy of the Western WorldJ.M. Syngepossibly a Department show; first record of a play at Tufts being performed in the round
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1941Heavenly Expresspossibly a Department show; opening night interrupted by President Roosevelt's announcement of the attack on Pearl Harbor
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1941Yes, My Darling Daughter
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1941Abraham Lincoln
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1941The Male Animals Elliott Nugent and James Thurber
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1942The Playboy of the Western World
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1942The Goon is Down
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1942Wuthering Heights
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1942Out of the Frying Pan
99
1943Welcome, Stranger
100
1943Night Must Fall
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