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Plays Produced by Provincetown Players through 1922 Chronological by Season

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SUMMER OF 1915 (in Provincetown, MA)
Constancy by Neith Boyce
Suppressed Desires by George Cram Cook and Susan Glaspell
Change Your Style by George Cram Cook
Contemporaries by Wilbur Daniel Steele

SUMMER OF 1916 (in Provincetown, MA)
Winter’s Night by Neith Boyce
Freedom by John Reed
Bound East for Cardiff by Eugene O’Neill
Not Smart by Wilbur Daniel Steele
The Game by Louise Bryant
The Eternal Quadrangle by John Reed
Trifles by Susan Glaspell
Thirst by Eugene O’Neill
Enemies by Hutchins Hapgood and Neith Boyce
Mother Carrie’s Chickens by Henry Marion Hall

King Arthur’s Socks by Floyd Dell
Lima Beans by Alfred Kreymborg
Before Breakfast by Eugene O’Neill
The Two Sons by Neith Boyce
Joined Together by B. J. O. Nordfeldt
Sauce for the Emperor by John Chapin Mosher
The Obituary by Saxe Commins
A Long Time Ago by Floyd Dell
Fog by Eugene O’Neill
Bored by John Mosher Chapin
The Dollar by David Pinski
Pan by Kenneth MacNichol
Ivan's Homecoming by Irwin Granich (Mike Gold)
Barbarians by Rita Wellman
The Sniper by Eugene O’Neill
The Prodigal Son by Harry Kemp
Cocaine by Pendleton King
The People by Susan Glaspell

The Long Voyage Home by Eugene O’Neill
Close the Book by Susan Glaspell
Night by James Oppenheim
Knot-Holes by Maxwell Bodenheim and William Saphier
‘Ile by Eugene O’Neill
The Gentle Furniture Shop by Maxwell Bodenheim
Funiculi Funicula by Rita Wellman
Down the Airshaft by Mike Gold
The Angel Intrudes by Floyd Dell
The Outside by Susan Glaspell
The Slave With Two Faces by Mary Carolyn Davies
About Six by Grace Potter
Sweet and Twenty by Floyd Dell
The Athenian Women by George Cram Cook
The Devil’s Glow by Alice Woods
The Rib-Person by Rita Wellman
The Hermit and the Messiah by F. B. Kugelman
The Rope by Eugene O’Neill
Women’s Honor by Susan Glaspell

The Princess Marries the Page by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Where the Cross is Made by Eugene O’Neill
Gee-Rusalem! by Florence Kiper Frank
The Moon of the Caribbees by Eugene O’Neill
The Rescue by Rita Creighton Smith
Tickless Time by George Cram Cook and Susan Glaspell
From Portland to Dover by Otto K. Liveright
5050 by Robert Allerton Parker
The Widow’s Veil by Alice Rostetter
The String of the Samisen by Rita Wellman
The Baby Carriage by Bosworth Crocker
The Squealer by Mary F. Barber
The Peace That Passeth Understanding by John Reed
Bernice by Susan Glaspell

The Dreamy Kid by Eugene O’Neill
The Philosopher of Butterbiggins by Harold Chapin
Three From the Earth by Djuna Barnes
Getting Unmarried by Winthrop Parkhurst
Brothers by Lewis Beach
Aria da Capo by Edna St. Vincent Millay
The Eldest by Edna Ferber
An Irish Triangle by Djuna Barnes
Money by Mike Gold (Irwin Granich)
Vote for the New Moon by Alfred Kreymborg
Three Travelers Watch a Sunrise by Wallace Stevens
Pie by Lawrence Langner
Last Masks by Arthur Schnitzler
Kurzy of the Sea by Djuna Barnes
Exorcism by Eugene O'Neill

The Emperor Jones by Eugene O’Neill
Matinata by Lawrence Langner
What D’You Want by Lawrence Vail
Diff’rent by Eugene O’Neill
The Spring by George Cram Cook
Love by Evelyn Scott
Inheritors by Susan Glaspell

The Verge by Susan Glaspell
The Hand of the Potter by Theodore Dreiser
A Little Act of Justice by Norman C. Lindau
Footsteps by Donald Corley
The Stick Up by Pierre Loving
The Hairy Ape by Eugene O’Neill
Chains of Dew by Susan Glaspell

Plays produced by Players' Company. Inc. 1922-1923

Plays produced by Experimental Theatre, Inc 1924-1926

Play produced by the Provincetown Players 1926-1929

Plays produced in the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1930s

Plays produced in the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1940s

Plays produced in the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1950s

Plays produced in the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1960s

Plays produced in the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1970s

Plays produced in the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1980s

Plays produced in the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1990s