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227 Notes Introduction: “You Have to Hock Your House: The Story of a Producer” 1. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 2C (all references to this unpublished memoir are from the private Edward Albee Theatre Collection). 2. Ibid., 4A. 1. Privilege with a Price: Washington, Princeton, and Early Theatre Efforts 1. Altschuler, Jews of Washington, D.C., xii. 2. Diner, Time for Gathering, 31. 3. Nordlinger, “History of the Washington Hebrew Congregation,” 11–65. 4. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 49 (all references to this unpublished memoir are from the private Edward Albee Theatre Collection); Fischer interview; Luchs interview. 5. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 36; Fischer interview; Luchs interview. 6. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 37; Fischer interview; Luchs interview. 7. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 38; Fischer interview; Luchs interview. 8. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 40. 9. Ibid., 44; Fischer interview; Luchs interview. 10. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 46. 11. Henry Parker Taylor, “Richard of Bordeaux,” New York Times, 4 February 1934; Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 49. 12. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 50. 13. Ibid., 47–48. 14. “Theatre Intime Facility to Be Renovated,“ press release, Princeton University, 27 April 2000; Edward W. Borgers, “The Significance of Princeton’s Theatre Intime,” Educational Theatre Journal 4.4 (1952): 308–14. 15. Borgers, “Significance,” 308–314; Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 51–52. 16. Borgers, “Significance,” 310. 17. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 54. 18. Ibid., 55. 19. “Drama Factory,” Time 68 (20 August 1956), 72. 20. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 56. 21. Ibid., 58. 22. “Fol De Rol,” Time 30.25 (20 December 1937). 228 Notes to Pages 11–19 23. Ibid. 24. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 59. 2. Playing with Martians: Stage and Screen with Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre 1. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 62 (all references to this unpublished memoir are from the private Edward Albee Theatre Collection). 2. Ibid. 3. Ibid., 63. 4. Ibid., 64. 5. Houseman, Run-Through, 381. 6. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 65. 7. Ibid., 66. 8. France, Theatre of Orson Welles, 143–45. 9. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 68. 10. Bob Groves, “Orson Welles in 1940: Prodigy on the Loose,” Buffalo CourierExpress , 9 November 1980. 11. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 69. 12. Houseman, Run-Through, 364–65. 13. Ibid., 366. 14. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 70. 15. Houseman, Run-Through, 393. 16. Higham, Orson Welles, 124. 17. Houseman, Run-Through, 393; Groves “Orson Welles in 1940.” 18. Houseman, Run-Through, 394. 19. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 71. 20. Ibid., 71; Houseman, Run-Through, 392. 21. Houseman, Run-Through, 403; Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 71. 22. “Radio Listeners in Panic, Taking War Drama as Fact,” New York Times, 31 October 1938, 1. 23. Brown, Manipulating the Ether, 244. 24. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 71. 25. Higham, Orson Welles, 127; Houseman, Run-Through, 404. 26. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 72. 27. Ibid., 73. 28. Lubertozzi with Holmsten and Callaway, War of the Worlds, 27. 29. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 73. 30. Houseman, Run-Through, 403. 31. Higham, Orson Welles, 128. 32. Ibid., 131; Run-Through, 412–13. 33. Saturday Evening Post, 27 January 1940, 51. 34. Houseman, Run-Through, 380–89. 35. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 74. 36. Ibid., 74. 37. Ibid., 75. 38. Houseman, Run-Through, 382; Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 75. 39. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 75. 229 Notes to Pages 19–27 40. Ibid., 76. 41. Kaiser, Gay Metropolis, 6–8. 42. Ibid., 7. 43. Ibid., 7–8. 44. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 4A. 45. Hadleigh, Broadway Babylon, 161. 46. Houseman, Run-Through, 414. 47. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 77; Houseman, Run-Through, 416–17. 48. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 77. 49. Ibid., 77. 50. Ibid., 81. 51. Ibid., 78; Houseman, Run-Through, 418. 52. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 78. 53. Houseman, Run-Through, 419. 54. Ibid., 420. 55. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 79. 56. Houseman, Run-Through, 421. 57. Barr, “You Have to Hock Your House,” 80. 58. Houseman, Run-Through, 418. 59...

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ISBN
9780809331413
Related ISBN
9780809331406
MARC Record
OCLC
835981087
Pages
320
Launched on MUSE
2013-05-19
Language
English
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No
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