Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Ralph V. Coder
! Phoenix Too Frequent, by Christopher Fry, was first produced in London, at the "Arts Theatre Club," where Fry was resident dramatist. After a two week run there, it opened at the 11 Mercury Theatre," in London, on April 25, 1946.1 Directed by E. Martin Brown, it ran for 64 performances. The first performance of the play by any group in this country was done by the Idler Players of Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on April seventh to tenth, 1948. They were assisted by the Harvard University drama department.
Copyright 1952 Robert J. Fusillo
Library Call Number
LD2652 .T5 C6 F845 1952
Fusillo, Robert J., "A Record of A Centrally Staged Production of A Phoenix Too Frequent By Christopher Fry" (1952). Master's Theses. 488.