PUNCH'S PROGRESS by Forman Brown


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The story of the inception, growth and eventual success of the Yale Puppeteers. Tells how the author and his room-mate at Ann Arbor got interested in puppets and puppet plays; their early touring and gradually widening circle of engagements, research done in Europe, disbanding, reunions, trips through New England, the South, California, New England again, and New York. Finally the venture into pictures. A human interest story, rather than information about puppets or the running of a puppet theatre. Sell on that ground, to anyone who likes vagabondish travels.

Pub Date: March 10th, 1936
Publisher: Macmillan