Dorothy Day

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Bohemia: Floyd Dell describes how Mabel Dodge, Edna St. Vincent Millay, John Reed, and he ruled Greenwich Village during the 1920s until "success ruined us."

Dorothy Day: The Greenwich Village bohemian has a religious conversion and devotes herself to helping the down and out.

Joe Tumulty and Edith Wilson: After the President's stroke, his wife and secretary try to run the country themselves. (2 roles)

The Bobbed-Haired Bandit: A cynical reporter ghostwrites the autobiography of the most celebrated stick-up artist of the Jazz Age (Celia Roth Cooney).

Raoul Walsh: Rides with Pancho Villa and then begins his directing career in Hollywood "when we were all rough necks."

Houdini versus "Margery": The great contest between the spiritualist and the spiritualist "debunker."

Dorothy Parker and Robert Benchley: They rode high in the Jazz Age but then came the 30s.

Samuel Seabury: A New York judge brings down the corrupt mayor, Jimmy Walker, and replaces him with Fiorello La Guardia.

Lucky Lindy: How did Charles Lindbergh get from being the most celebrated aeronautical hero of the late 1920s to the most vilified pro-German apologist of the late 1930s?

Edna St. Vincent Millay: Her husband tries to ease the pain of her declining fame as the queen of bohemia.

The Ponzi Scheme: The fates of three Italian immigrants in eastern Massachusetts: Sacco, Vanzetti and Charles Ponzi.

Frances Perkins: As FDR's Labor Secretary, she takes the heat for all the New Deal policies that don't work.

Harry and Hallie: The rise and fall of the Federal Theater Program under Harry Hopkins and Hallie Flannigan. (2 roles)

Frank Lloyd Wright: An assessment of the controversial architect by his apprentice of thirty years, Jack Howe.

John Dos Passos and Ernest Hemingway: Two writers covering the Spanish Civil War fall out over factional infighting.

Ruth McKenney: Ruth and her sister Eileen go to New York, become famous, and take very different paths.

Bohemia monologue proof.pdf
Dorothy Day monologue.pdf
Tumulty & The Second Mrs. Wilson proof.pdf
Bobbed Haired Bandit proof.pdf
Houdini vs Margery monologue proof.pdf
Raoul Walsh monologue proof.pdf
Parker and Benchley monologue proof.pdf
Samuel Seabury.pdf
Lucky Lindy monologue proof.pdf
Edna St. Vincent Millay proof.pdf
Ponzi monologue proof.pdf
Frances Perkins monologue proof.pdf
Harry and Hallie monologue proof.pdf
Frank Lloyd Wright proof.pdf
Dos Passos and Hemingway.pdf
The Ruth McKenney Story proof.pdf