- Established in 1928 at Falmouth, Massachusetts, this stock theatre was first called the University Players Guild by founders Bretaigne Windust* and Charles Leatherbee. Although it closed in 1932, it became legendary for the numerous young theatre talents who began there and went on to distinguished careers, including Henry Fonda,* Joshua Logan,* James Stewart,* Margaret Sullavan,* Kent Smith,* Mildred Natwick,* and Myron McCormick,* among others.
The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater. James Fisher.
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