First used as a grist mill, the building than manufactured bobbins.
Becomes wooden box manufacturer for shipping wool goods from the Ridley Creek
Boilers, steam engines and machinery were installed.
Rose Valley and it's Arts and Crafts community is founded
Time By Susan Glaspell and George Cram Cook, Fame and the Poet by Lord Dunsay and Trifles by Susan Glaspell.
Hedgerow Company performs The Emperor Jones with Paul Robeson at Walnut Street Theatre
Jasper Deeter returns to Provincetown Playhouse to direct "Abraham's Bosom" by Paul Green
Philadelphia's Sesquicentennial a summer of record heat and the acquirement of a $19,000 debt. The Company is forced to disband to earn the money.
"Abraham's Bosom" by Paul Green win's Pulitzer Prize for Best Play in 1926
Twelve plays were added to the repertory.
Holman is known as a Broadway actress and torch singer.
Rudd goes on to become an actor in the Soviet Union.
" Ten Nights in a Barroom", "Nellie the Beautiful Cloak Model", "Queen of Chinatown" and "Cast Up by the Sea" a huge financial success.
In 1946 he played Dauphin opposite Ingrid Berman's "Joan of Lorraine" on Broadway.
He played over 25 different roles.
Founded by Jasper Deeter and Rose Schulman. Famouse Philosopher Scott Nearing, a protege of Deeter, taught at the school.
He became a film editor for "Laverne and Shirley", "Happy Days" "Roots" and "Streets of San Francisco." He Also worked on "Murder She Wrote" and "Columbo."
Celia Silverman & Jean Goldman
Grayson Hall later stared in Dark Shadows 1969-71
Freedom theatre was the region's principal African American Theatre.
Janet Kelsey, Susan Wefel and Yvonne Vincic take control.