Avery Hopwood

Avery Hopwood

James Avery Hopwood (May 28, 1882 - July 1, 1928), was the most successful playwright of the Jazz Age, having four plays running simultaneously on Broadway in 1920.

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... Lower Ten (1906) The Circular Staircase (1908) Seven Days (Broadway comedy, with Avery Hopwood,1909) The Window at the White Cat (1910) When A Man Marries, or Seven. 1919) A Poor Wise Man (1920) The Bat (Play with Avery Hopwood, 1920) Spanish Love (Play with Avery Hopwood, 1920) The Breaking Point (1922) The Red ...
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... Edited, with an Afterword, by Sharrar, Avery Hopwood's The Great Bordello, a Story of the Theatre, is a roman à clef that tells the story of Edwin ...

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