Carolina folk-plays / edited, with an introduction on folk-play making, by Frederick H. Koch ... Illustrated from photographs of the original productions of the plays Koch, Frederick Henry, 1877-1944

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Koch, Frederick Henry, 1877-1944
Folk drama, American; North Carolina.; Folk drama, American -- North Carolina.
  • Contents.
  • Aims of the Carolina Playmakers.
  • The Carolina playmaker, by F. H. Koch.
  • The Playmakers and our art by P. Green.
  • The Scuffletown outlaws, a tragedy of the Lowrie gang, by W. N. Cox.
  • Job's kinfolks, a play of the mill people, by Loretta C. Bailey.
  • In Dixon's kitchen, a comedy of a country courtship, by W. Stout in collaboration with Ellen Lay.
  • A shotgun splicin', a mountain comedy, by Gertrude W. Coffin.
  • Lighted candles, a tragedy of the Carolina highlands, by Margaret Bland in collaboration with Louisa Duis.
  • Quare medicine, a country comedy of a quack doctor, by P. Green.
  • Appendix I: The Carolina Playmakers: production and tours of the Carolina Playmakers.
  • Appendix II: The Carolina Playmakers; a selected bibliography (p. 259-312)
  • Appendix III: The dedication of the Playmakers theatre.
  • Appendix IV: Summary
  • 1918-1928.
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