Sutherland, Evelyn Greenleaf


Sutherland, Evelyn Greenleaf
(1855-1908)
   Born Evelyn Baker in Boston, she wrote her first play, the one-act Drifting (1892), with Emma Sheridan Fry, Her most successful works were typically collaborations, including Beaucaire (1901), written with Booth Tarkington (from his novel), and three plays with Beulah Marie Dix: A Rose o 'Plymouth Town (1902), The Road to Yesterday (1906), and The Lilac Room (1907).

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