A Play Within the Context of the Great Depression

(Drama for Students)

In the 1930s, Americans needed to laugh. The United States was suffering through the harsh economic times of the Great Depression and people...

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The Sensible Insanities of You Can't Take It with You

(Drama for Students)

In a world in which the sanity usually associated with sunshine is sadly overvalued, You Can't Take It With You is something to be...

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Kaufman's Eagerness to Please an Audience

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Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman have written their most thoroughly ingratiating comedy, You Can't Take It With You, which was put on...

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