Summer theatre history, for those with stars in their eyes, this account of the nside story of the University Players Guild, from 1929 to 1932. Princeton and Harvard hopefuls landed in West Falmouth, employed fellow collegians for $5.00 a week with and board. Everyone did everything, openings were a mad scramble of improvisation. to their ranks came Henry Fonda, Margaret Sullavan, Kent Smith, Mildred Natwick, James and Josh Logan. A good humored chronicle of a collective career. A record of mateur into professional in contagious recording.