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Street scene, a play in three acts

The Playhouse, Forty-eighth Street, east of Broadway. Brady Enterprises, Inc., owners, William A. Brady, lessee and manager. William A. Brady, Ltd. presents "Street Scene," a play in three acts by Elmer Rice, directed by the author, setting by Jo Mielziner.

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  • "Adventure"
  • "New York City Opera"

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  • "The Playhouse, Forty-eighth Street, east of Broadway. Brady Enterprises, Inc., owners, William A. Brady, lessee and manager. William A. Brady, Ltd. presents "Street Scene," a play in three acts by Elmer Rice, directed by the author, setting by Jo Mielziner."@en
  • "New York City Center, winter season 1960, New York City Opera, "Street Scene," an American opera, based on Elmer Rice's play, music by Kurt Weil, book by Elmer Rice, lyrics by Langston Hughes, conducted by William Jonson, staged by Herbert Machiz, scenry and costumes by Paul Sylbert, chorus master: William Jonson."
  • "The American Conservatory Theatre presents "Street Scene," by Elmer Rice, directed by Edward Hastings, scenery by John Jensen, costumes by Robert Morgan, lighting by Dirk Epperson, sound by Bartholomew Rago, stage manager Diana Clarke."
  • "The action of this ambitious, groundbreaking play takes place entirely on the front stoop of a New York City brownstone and in the adjacent street in the early part of the 20th century. It studies the daily and complex lives of the people living in the building (and surrounding neighborhood) and their sad, often tragic interactions. The main characters are Anna Maurrant, dealing with issues of infidelity; Rose Maurrant, her daughter, who struggles with the demands of her job and boss and her attraction to a Jewish neighbor, Sam Kaplan; Frank Maurrant, the domineering and sometimes abusive husband and father of Anna and Rose; Sam, a caring and concerned neighbor in love with Rose; and many other neighbors and passersby. --Wikipedia.com."
  • "Robert Porterfield presents the Barter Theatre in "Street Scene," by Elmer Rice. Directed by Owen Phillips, setting by Mack Statham, lighting by Albin Aukerlund."

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  • "Dramat amerykaƄski"
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  • "Opera programs"
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  • "Street scene : [Program. Oct. 16, 1979]"

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