Maurice Browne

Brits dichter (1881-1955)

1881   -   1955

country of citizenship: United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
occupation: poet, theater director

Maurice Browne (12 February 1881 – 21 January 1955), born in Reading, England, was best known as a theater producer in the United States and the UK. The Cambridge-educated Browne was also a poet, actor, and theater director. He has been credited, along with his then-wife Ellen Van Volkenburg, with being the founder of the Little Theatre Movement in America through his work with the Chicago Little Theatre. Browne and Van Volkenburg went on to found the department of drama at the Cornish School in Seattle in 1918, now Cornish College of the Arts. Browne's greatest triumph came in 1929 when he produced Journey's End, by R. C. Sherriff in London.
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Wings Over Europe

1928 Broadway three-act play written by Robert Nichols and Maurice Browne

author: Robert Nichols, Maurice Browne

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