The headaches, backaches and bank aches of a summer stock company are fully tallied in Mrs. Harmon's ten year accounting of...

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BROADWAY IN A BARN

The headaches, backaches and bank aches of a summer stock company are fully tallied in Mrs. Harmon's ten year accounting of her New England projects. From renovating an old hotel for living quarters and an old church for a playhouse, to the staff, the players and the plays, this checks over the good times and the bad and looks at all the problems from production on down to the personal morals (drinking and sex) of the players themselves. It's an entertaining score on many points and has many details to offer on the subject of theatre and summer theatre in particular.

Pub Date: Feb. 1, 1957

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Publisher: Crowell

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1957