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  • (1926) Stage: Wrote "The Trumpet Shall Sound", produced on Broadway.
  • (1932) Stage: Wrote "Lucrece", produced on Broadway.
  • (1937) Stage: Adapted book for "A Doll's House", produced on Brodway. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen. Directed / produced by Jed Harris. Morosco Theatre: 27 Dec 1937-May 1938 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Nora Helmer"), Sam Jaffe (as "Nils Krogstad"), Harold Johnsrud, Dennis King, Paul Lukas (as "Dr. Rank"; Broadway debut), Lorna Lynn Meyers, Grace Mills, Jessica Rogers, Howard Sherman, Margaret Waller.
  • (1938) Stage: Wrote "Our Town", produced on Broadway. Drama. Costume Design by Helene Pons. Directed by Jed Harris. Henry Miller's Theatre (moved to The Morosco Theatre from 1 May 1938 to close): 4 Feb 1938-Nov 1938 (closing date unknown/336 performances). Cast: Arthur Allen (as "Stage Manager"), Max Beck (as "People of the Town"), Emily Boileau (as "People of the Town"), Barbara Brown, Barbara Burton (as "People of the Town"), Helen Carew (as "Mrs. Webb"), Willard Cary (as "People of the Town"), Francis G. Cleveland, Thomas Coley, Philip Coolidge (as "Simon Stimson"; Broadway debut), Frank Craven (as "Stage Manager"), John Craven (as "George Gibbs"; Broadway debut), Alice Donaldson, Marilyn Erskine, Tom Fadden, Jay Fassett (as "Dr. Gibbs"), John Irving Finn, Mary Elizabeth Forbes, Walter O. Hill, Frank Howell, E. Irving Lock, James Malaidy, Aline McDermott, Charles Mellody, Doro Merande (as "Mrs. Soames"), Thomas Morgan, Dorothee Nolan, Shirley Osborn, Jean Platt, Katharine Raht, William Redfield (billed as "Billy Redfield"), Raymond Roe, William Roehrick, Leon Rose, Thomas W. Ross, Dorothy Ryan, 'Alfred Ryder (I)', Martha Scott (as "Emily Webb"; Broadway debut), Van Shem, William Short, Bernice Silver, Alida Stanley, Lyn Swann, Evelyn Varden, William Wadsworth, Charles Walters, Carrie Weller, Ann Weston, Charles Wiley Jr., Charles Wiley Sr. Understudy: Teresa Wright (as "Emily Webb"). Produced by Jed Harris.
  • (1991) Stage: Wrote "Our Town," performed at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England, with Alan Alda, Jemma Redgrave, Rowena Cooper, John Normington and John Rose in the cast. Robert Allan Ackerman was director.
  • (1976) Stage: Wrote "Our Town," performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Jane MacIver, Tony Mockus, Avril Gentles and George Womack in the cast. George Keathley was director.
  • (2004) Stage: Wrote "Our Town," performed at the Writers Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. William Brown was director.
  • (2006) Stage: Wrote "The Skin of Our Teeth," performed at the BackStage Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, with Rebekah Ward-Hays and Melissa Riemer in the cast.
  • (1978) Stage: Wrote "The Matchmaker," performed at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England, with Maria Charles, Bernard Spear and Jack Klaff in the cast. Jonathan Lynn was director.
  • (1955) Stage: Wrote "The Matchmaker", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Based on "Einen Jux Will Sich Machen" by Johann Nestroy, which was based on "A Day Well Spent" by John Oxenford. Scenic / Costume Design by Tanya Moiseiwitsch. Production Supervised by David Merrick. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Royale Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre from 12 Nov 1956 to close): 5 Dec 1955-2 Feb 1957 (486 performances). Cast: Ruth Gordon (as "Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi, a Friend of Vandergelder's Late Wife"), Eileen Herlie, Loring Smith (as "Horace Vandergelder, a Merchant of Yonkers"), Peter Bayliss, Esme Church, Rosamund Greenwood, Arthur Hill (as "Cornelius Hackl, Clerk in Vandergelder's Store"), Patrick McAlinney, Alexander Davion, Charity Grace, William Lanteau (as "Rudolf" / "Waiter"), Phil Leeds (as "Joe Scanlon, a Barber" / "A Musician"), John Milligan, Robert Morse (as "Barnaby Tucker, Apprentice in Vandergelder's Store"), Prunella Scales, Christine Thomas. Produced by The Theatre Guild and David Merrick. NOTE: (1) Reworked from 1938's "The Merchant of Yonkers." (2) Filmed as Hello, Dolly! (1969).
  • (1937) Stage: Wrote "Love and How To Cure It" performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England, with Ann Harding, Nicholas Hannen, Athene Seyler, Wendy Toye, Peter Copley, Stephen Haggard and Edward Chapman in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director.
  • (1952) Stage: Wrote "The Merchant of Yonkers," performed at the Embassy Theatre in London, England, with Raymond Lovell, Robert Eddison, Sophie Stewart, Alfie Bass, Jessie Evans, Esma Cannon, Peter Baylis, Nigel Hawthorne and Henrietta Watson in the cast. Andre Van Gyseghem was director.
  • (1954-55) Stage: Wrote "The Matchmaker," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Ruth Gordon, Sam Levene, Prunella Scales, Alec McCowen, Eileen Herlie, Peter Sallis, Lee Montague, Arthur Hill, Patrick McAlinney and Esme Church in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director.
  • (1955) Stage: Wrote "A Life in the Sun," performed at the Assembly Hall Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland, with 'Irene Worth (I)', Robert Hardy, Peter Bayliss, Michael Bates, Robert Speaight, Michael David, John Kidd, Geoffrey Dunn and Rupert Davies in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director.
  • (1978) Stage: Wrote "The Matchmaker", performed at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England, with Maria Charles, Bernard Spear, Jack Klaff and directed by Jonathan Lynn.
  • (1968) Stage: Wrote "The Skin of Our Teeth," performed in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England, with Millicent Martin, Pauline Jameson, Maureen O'Brien, Simon Ward, Clive Revill, Hubert Gregg, David Nettheim and the voices of John Clements, Alec Guinness, Laurence Olivier and Peter Ustinov in the cast. Peter Coe was director.
  • (1963) Stage: Wrote (w/Jerome Kilty) "The Ides of March," performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with John Gielgud, Irene Worth, Marie Lohr, John Stride and Julian Glover in the cast. Jerome Kilty and John Gielgud were also directors.
  • (1963) Stage: Wrote (w/Jerome Kilty) "The Ides of March," performed at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, Sussex, England, with John Gielgud, Irene Worth, Marie Lohr, John Stride and Julian Glover in the cast. Jerome Kilty and John Gielgud were also directors.
  • (1945) Stage: Wrote "The Skin of Our Teeth," performed at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England, with Vivien Leigh, Terry Morgan, Cecil Parker, Leoanrd Maguire, Eve Moore, Ena Burrill and Wallas Eaton in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.
  • (1927) Novel: "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" (filmed as The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1929), The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944), The Bridge of San Luis Rey (2004))
  • Playwright: "The Long Christmas Dinner".
  • Novel: "The Eighth Day".
  • (1991) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Alan Alda, Jemma Redgrave, Rowena Cooper, John Normington, and John Rose in the cast. Robert Allan Ackerman was director.
  • (1944) Stage Play: Our Town. Drama (revival). Book by Thornton Wilder. Directed by Wesley McKee and Jed Harris. City Center: 10 Jan 1944- 29 Jan 1944 (24 performances). Cast: Arthur Allen (as "Professor Willard"), Montgomery Clift (as "George Gibbs"), Owen Coll (as "Constable Warren"), Marc Connelly (as "Stage Manager"), Curtis Cooksey (as "Dr. Gibbs"), Richard Dalton (as "Joe Crowell"), Parker Fennelly (as "Mr. Webb"), Frederica Going (as "Lady in the Box"), Alice Hill (as "Woman in the Balcony"), Walter O. Hill (as "Mr. Carter"), Carolyn Hummel (as "Rebecca Gibbs"), Donald Keyes (as "Howie Newsome"), Doro Merande (as "Mrs. Soames"), John Paul (as "Man in The Auditorium"), John Ravold (as "Joe Stoddard"), Ethel Remey (as "Mr. Webb"), Roy Robson (as "Si Crowell"), Teddy Rose (as "Wally Webb"), Martha Scott (as "Emily Webb"), William Swetland (as "Simon Stimson"), Evelyn Varden (as "Mrs. Gibbs"), Jay Velie (as "Sam Craig"). Produced by Jed Harris.
  • (2004) His play, "The Skin of Our Teeth," was performed at the Young Vic Theatre in London, England with Jonas Armstrong, Maureen Beattie, Bette Bourne, David Troughton, and Indira Varma in the cast. David Lan was director.
  • (1957) Her play, "The Matchmaker," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Gertrude Berg and Milo Boulton in the cast.
  • (1935) His play, "Ah, Wilderness," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with J.C. Nugent in the cast.
  • (1939) He acted in his play, "Our Town," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Martha Scott in the cast.
  • (December 5, 1937) He adapted Henrik Ibsen's play, "A Doll's House," at The Grand Opera House in Chicago, Illinois with Ruth Gordon (Nora Helmer), Dennis King, Paul Lukas, and Sam Jaffe in the cast.
  • (2005) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Hypocrites Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. David Cromer was director.
  • (January 24, 1939) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Selwyn Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Frank Craven (stage manager); James Spottswood (Dr. Gibbs); Evelyn Varden (Mrs. Gibbs); Thomas W. Ross (Mr. Webb); Helen Carew (Mrs. Webb); John Craven (George Gibbs); Dorothy McGuire (Emily Webb); Patricia Roe (Rebecca Gibbs); Raymond Rose; Tom Fadden; Charles Wiley Jr.; Walter O. Hill; Milton Parsons; Dora Merande; E. Irving Locke; Billy Redfield; William Wadsworth; and Edward P. Goodnow in the cast.
  • (May 3, 2008) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Chopin Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with David Cromer (stage manager), Tim Curtis (Mr. Webb), Stacy Stoltz (Mrs. Gibbs), and Jennifer Grace (Emily) in the cast. David Cromer was also director.
  • (1967) His play, "Our Town," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, California. Edward Hastings was director.
  • (1967 - 1968) His play, "Our Town," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, California. Edward Hastings was director.
  • (1975 - 1976) His play,"The Matchmaker," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. William Ball was director.
  • (1984 - 1985) His play, "Our Town," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Janice Hutchins and William Ball were directors.
  • (1995 - 1996) His play, "The Matchmaker," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Richard Seyd was director.
  • (1975) His play, "The Matchmaker," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Moscow Arts Theatre in Moscow; Leningrad (St. Petersburg); and Riga Latvia; in an United States Department Cultural Exchange Program tour for a month. Laird Williamson was director.
  • (September 26, 2013 - October 27, 2013) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Tom Atkins (Stage Manager); Cary Anne Spear (Mrs Webb); Bridget Connors (Mrs Gibbs); John Shepard; Marc Epstein; Patrick Cannon (George); Erin Lindsey Krom (Emily); Daniel Krell (choirmaster); Ken Bolden (professor); Larry John Meyers (undertaker); James Fitzgerald; Linda Haston; Terry Wickline (neighbor); Andy Kirtland; Karen Merritt; Andrew Sackhamer; Wali Jamal (Milkman); Weston Blakesley (policeman); Charlotte Bush; Julia Coblin; Edgar O'Connell; Elliott Pullen; and Ryan Showalter in the cast. Ted Pappas was director and scenic designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Gabriel Berry was costume designer. Zach Moore was sound designer. McCorkle was casting director. Ruth E. Kramer was production stage manager. Fredric H. Orner was assistant stage manager.
  • (November 12, 1990 to December 23, 1990) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • (November 29, 1932) He translated Andre Obey's play, "Lucrece," in its American premiere at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Katharine Cornell in the cast.
  • (December 3, 1934) His play, "Ah, Wilderness!," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with George M. Cohan in the cast.
  • (January 5, 1939) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Frank Craven, Evelyn Varden, Helen Carew, James Spottswood, Raymond Roe, Tom Fadden, John Craven, Patricia Roe, Charles Wiley Jr., Dorothy McGuire, Thomas W. Ross, Walter O. Hill, Alice Donaldson, Thomas Coley, Katharine Raht, Milton Parsons, William Roerick, Doro Merande, E. Irving Locke, Billy Redfield, William Wadsworth, and Edward P. Goodnow in the cast. Raymond Sovey was set designer. Helene Pons was costume designer. Jed Harris was producer and director.
  • (February 14, 1938) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Morosco Theatre in New York City and ran for 336 performances before the national tour.
  • (February 4, 1938 - February 13, 1938) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Henry Miller Theatre in New York City.
  • (May 27, 1957) His play, "The Matchmaker," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Ruth Gordon in the cast.
  • (1957) His play, "The Matchmaker," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Nina Olivette and Jack Harrold in the cast. Frank Carrington and Agnes Morgan were directors.
  • (August 6, 1939) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Sinclair Lewis in the cast.
  • (August 1972) The musical, "Hello, Dolly!," was based on his play, "The Matchmaker," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Anne Russell in the cast. Jerry Herman was composer and lyricist. Michael Stewart wrote the book.
  • (July 1985) The musical, "Hello, Dolly!," was based on his play, "The Matchmaker," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Anne Russell in the cast. Jerry Herman was composer and lyricist. Michael Stewart wrote the book.
  • (July 2006) His play, "The Matchmaker," inspired the musical, "Hello, Dolly!," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Sally Struthers in the cast. Jerry Herman was composer and lyricist. Michael Stewart wrote the book.
  • (March 16, 1953) His play, "Our Town," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Alan Schneider was director.
  • (September 1, 1953) His play, "The Happy Journey," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Alan Schneider was director.
  • (December 2, 1965 to January 2, 1966) His play, "The Skin of Our Teeth," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Zelda Fichlander was director.
  • (October 24 to 27, 1973) His play, "Our Town," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Alan Schneider was director.
  • (September to October 1973) His play, "Our Town," was performed in the Arena Stage Theatre production at the Hartke Theatre at Catholic University in Washington D.C. and on tour in Moscow, Russia at the MXAT-Filial and the Pushkin Theatre in St. Petersburg. Russia.
  • (April 29 to June 6, 1976) His play, "Our Town," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Alan Schneider was director.
  • (November 15 to December 30, 1990) His play, "Our Town," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Douglas C. Wager was director.
  • (May 7 to June 13, 1993) His play, "The Skin of Our Teeth," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at The Fichlander Stage Theater in Washington D.C. Douglas C. Wager was director.
  • (November 10 to December 31, 1995) His play, "The Matchmaker," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Fichlander Theater in Washington D.C. Douglas C. Wager was director.
  • (January 17 to March 2, 2003) His novel, "Theophilus North," was adapted by Matthew Burnett in The Arena Stage production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Mark Cuddy was director.
  • (1970-1971 season) His play, "The Skin of Our Teeth," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Jeff Bleckner was director. John Conklin was set designer. Santo Loquasto was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (2015-2016 season) His play, "The Matchmaker," was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Elizabeth Ledo (Irene Molloy) in the cast.
  • (1987-1988 season) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut with Hal Holbrook in the cast. Arvin Brown was director. Michael H. Yeargan was set designer. David Murin was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.
  • (1996 - 1997) His play, "Happy Birthday, Mr. Wilder," was performed in a play reading at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. The play was based on the collection of his writings.
  • (October 8 to November 2014) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Claire Tow Stage in the C. Newton Schenck III Theatre) in New Haven, Connecticut. Gordon Edelstein was director. Eugene Lee was set designer. Emily Rebhotz was costume designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. John Gromada was sound designer and composer. Hope Rose Kelly was production stage manager. Amy Patricia Stern was production stage manager. Michelle Lauren Tutte was assistant stage manager. James Calleri was casting director.
  • (May 10 to 29, 1966) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with J.S. Johnson (Stage Manager); Grant Sheehan (Dr. Gibbs); Chester Clark (Joe Crowell/Si Crowell); Paul Watson (Howie Newsome); Patricia Stewart (Mrs. Gibbs); Sharon Watson (Mrs. Webb); Greg Griffith (George Gibbs); Celeste Clark (Rebecca Gibbs); Marc Clark (Wally Webb); Amanda Dick (Emily Webb); Gavin Whitsett (Professor Willard/Constable Warren); Ned Beatty (Mr. Webb); Robert Hitt (Simon Stimson); Ellen Mease (Mrs. Soames); Neil Fleckman (Sam Craig); in the cast. The Townspeople of Grovers Corners were played by Diane Caslin, Chandy Cooper, Kent Metcalf, Wayne Metcalf, Gary Mullinax, James Schlageter. Richard Block was director.
  • (November 12 to December 6, 1970) His play, "Our Town," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Victor Jory (Stage Manager); George Ede (Dr. Gibbs); Philip Dunn (Joe Crowell); Christopher Murney (Howie Newsome); Jean Inness (Mrs. Gibbs); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Webb); Roger Miller (George Gibbs); Martha La Follette (Rebecca Gibbs); Glenn Newland (Wally Webb); Lee Anne Fahey (Emily Webb); Paul Villani (Professor Willard); Ken Jenkins (Mr. Webb); Stanley Anderson (Simon Stimson); Judith Long (Mrs. Soames); Sandy McCallum (Constable Warren); Hank Stewart (Si Cowell); Max Wright (Joe Stoddard); Nan Withers (Elizabeth Craig); Kaye, Walter Fish and Garnett (Townspeople) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (February 3 to 27, 1977) His play, "The Matchmaker," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with John H. Fields (Horace Vandergelder); Harry Groener (Abrose Kemper); Bob Burrus (Joe Scanlon); Marcell Rosenblatt (Gertrude, her cook); William McNulty (Cornelius Hackl); Nan Wray (Ermengarde); Ray Fry (Malachi Stack); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Levi); Daniel Zippi (Barnaby Tucker); Dawn Didawick (Mrs. Molloy); Lee Anne Fahey (Minnie Fay); Michael Kevin (A Cabman); Joseph Costa (Rudolf); Andrew Davis (August); Vinnie Holman (Miss Flora Van Huysen) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (October 29 to November 22, 1997) His play, "Youth, "was performed in a World Premiere of Four One-Act Plays (Part of the 13th Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival) production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Unknown actor (Lemuel Gulliver); Kim Awon (Mistress Belinda Jenkins); Kate Rigg (Dame Sibyl Ponsoby); unknown actor (The Duke of Cornwall); Christopher Keene Kelly (Simpson) and unknown actors (Boys) in the cast. Tazewell Thompson was director.
  • (October 29 to November 22, 1997) His play, "A Ringing of Doorbells," was performed in a World Premiere of Four One-Act Plays (Part of the 13th Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival) production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Beattie); Jan Neuberger (Mrs. McCullum); Maia Danziger (Mrs. Kinkaid) and Kate Rigg (Daphne) in the cast. Tazewell Thompson was director.
  • (October 29 to November 22, 1997) His play, "In Shakespeare and The Bible," was performed in a World Premiere of Four One-Act Plays (Part of the 13th Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival) production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with unknown actor (John Lubbock); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Mowbrey); Jan Neuberger (Marget) and Kim Awon (Katy Buckingham) in the cast. Tazewell Thompson was director.
  • (October 29 to November 22, 1997) His play, "The Rivers Under The Earth," was performed in a World Premiere of Four One-Act Plays (Part of the 13th Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival) production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Maia Danziger (Mrs. Carter); Christopher Keene Kelly (Tom) Kim Awon (Francesca) and unknown actor (Mr. Carter) in the cast. Tazewell Thompson was director
  • (November 14 to 15, 1997) His play, "Our Town," was performed in a presentation for the 13th Annual Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • (November 14 to November 15, 1997) His story, "Shadow of a Doubt," was performed in a presentation for the 13th Annual Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky. Alfred Hitchcock was director.
  • (November 14 to November 15, 1997) Penelope Niven was the lecturer for "Signposts, Footprints, Clues," on Thornton Wilder and his work in the 13th Annual Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • (November 14, 1997) Julie Crutcher adapted Gertrude Stein and his letters into a play, "Lots of Love Gertrude, Ever Thine Thornton," in a 13th Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Marion McCorry (Gertrude) and Edwin C. Owens (Thornton) in the cast.

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