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Theatre U.S. Broadway Covered Wagon

The members of Theatre Adventures, Inc., made up of ex-GIs and veterans of USO camp shows, plan to bring drama to small cities of 38 states by means of a covered wagon – an 1846 Conestoga, found on a farm in Pennsylvania. Backed by several theatre stars and producers, the group will present three plays – “Out of the Frying Pan,” “The Emperor’s New Clothes” and “Of Mice and Men” – beginning at Kingston, New York on April 26. From left to right in the wagon in New York on March 30, 1946, the members of Theatre Adventures, Inc. are: Billy Rollo, Lee Roberts, Ruth Manning, Bill Darrid, Peeta Sherman, Adolph Greene, Lawrence Pepper, Peggy Wood (star of Broadway Producer, “Blithe Spirit”), Michael Ross, Joe Waring, Martha Greenhouse. ( (AP Photo/CN)

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460330016
March 30, 1946 12:00:00 AM
December 13, 2010 05:19:35 PM
CN
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
23572
3000 x 2293 3.89 MB
Theater, Performing arts, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Standing Looking At Camera Waving Transportation Fame Building Exterior
New York, NEW YORK, United States
APHS366674
STF
IP RM

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