Horse Play 1937 nypl.digitalcollections.84a45530-0a63-0134-47b4-00505686a51c.001.q

Doe Doe Green, Lester Palmer, Sybil Moore, “Aggie”, and Clifton Davis in “Horse Play,” 1937 The play is a humorous fantasy by Dorothy Hailparn dealing with the adventures of one Hiram, an old farmer and his horse, “Aggie.” Doe Doe Green, the “Gabriel” in the original stage production of “The Green Pastures” portrays the leading role of Hiram. Perry Watkins designed the settings, and Byron Webb the lighting effects. Evelyn Ellis directed the play.

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