258 – Nego Rep. Theatre on stage used in Bound Vol.

Also printed in Rich Berner’s Volumn 2, “Seattle 1921 – 1940 From Boom to Bust, appearing on page 258, and captioned . . . “Negro Repertory Theatre was inspired by Florence Bean James as an offspring of the Seattle Rpertory Theatre productions, beginning with presentation of ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ in the 1931-32 season. The Jameses got WPA funding for the NRT in 1936. The scene above is from Paul Green’s Pulitzer Prize winniner play ‘In Abraham’s Bosom’, 1937”

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