1930 Players

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Literary responses Elizabeth Baker
The Era offered its praise: the authoress of Chains . . . has once again shown that she can write with sympathy, understanding and not a little humour, about mankind's frailties.
Weiss, Rudolf. “Versions of Emancipation: The Dramatic World of Elizabeth Baker”. Sprachkunst, No. 2, pp. 305 - 16.
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The Times was...
Occupation Inez Bensusan
IB also became involved with a new performance troupe, a Sunday Society called the 1930 Players . This group seems to have kept up some if its earlier suffrage connections by performing such plays as...
Performance of text Elizabeth Baker
EB 's Penelope Forgives, a full-length play dealing with women's economic position in divorce, was performed by the 1930 Players at the Century Theatre in London.
Weiss, Rudolf. “Versions of Emancipation: The Dramatic World of Elizabeth Baker”. Sprachkunst, No. 2, pp. 305 - 16.
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Nicoll, Allardyce. English Drama, 1900-1930. Cambridge University Press, 1973.
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“Review of Penelope Forgives by Elizabeth Baker”. The Times, p. 10.
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Textual Production Elizabeth Baker
The 1930 Players were a group organized by Inez Bensusan , an Australian-born actress and playwright who had been instrumental in forming the Actresses' Franchise League . Penelope Forgives was never published, but a typescript...

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