written by Horton Foote, 1916-2009 (1968) (Alexander Street Press, originally published 1998), 33 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Alexander Street Press
Copyright Message
Copyright © 1962, by Sunday Rock Corp. Used by permission of Horton Foote.
Content Type
Sub Genre
History, Drama
Original Publication Date
Page Count
Horton Foote, 1916-2009
Theatre, Music & Performing Arts, American Theater, Memoirs, Family, Race relations, History, U.S. Civil Rights Movement, 1954-, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968, Buck Thorpe, Dave Thorpe, Isham Quick, Jackson Fentry, Les Thorpe, Maybell Bookwright, Mrs. Hulie, Mrs. Pruitt, Mrs. Sarah Eubanks, Papa Fentry, Preacher Whitehead, Thornton Douglas
Performance Rights
All rights, including performance rights, are reserved. Permission for the use of TOMORROW or any portion thereof (other than amateur production rights) must be secured, in writing, prior to such use from the author's agent, The Barbara Hogenson Agency, Inc., 165 West End Avenue, Suite 19C, NY, NY 10023. Amateur production rights for TOMORROW are controlled exclusively by DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE, INC., 440 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016. No amateur performance of this play may be given without obtaining in advance the written permission of DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE, INC., and paying the requisite fee.
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano

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