Anna Christie

Will the unlikely romance between the rough and tumble stoker, Mat Burke, and Anna Christopherson, the world-weary daughter of the captain of a coal barge, survive? Set in 1910, the timeless question of, “How does love make us grow?” is pondered. This American classic, Anna Christie by Eugene O’Neill, is a play in four acts…

Mountain Interval

Featuring the voices of Robert Gonzalez, Sara Morsey, Jennifer Fournier, Russell Gold, Ben Stevens, and Andy Harrington. This collection was first published in 1916 and contains some of Frost’s most famous poems, including “The Road Not Taken”, “Hyla Brook”, and “Birches”. Frost’s dedication reads: “To You – who least need reminding that before this interval…

Keineth

Jane Abbott (1881-1968) wrote many books for young readers, particularly girls, in the early part of the 20th century. In Keineth, a sheltered little girl who lives with her father and her French governess in New York City must choose between going to live with her stuffy aunt Josephine and a family of complete strangers….

A Jury of Her Peers

Susan Glaspell, one of the founders of the Provincetown Players, first published this short story adaptation of her popular one-act play Trifles in 1917. Both story and play have appeared in numerous anthologies. Inspired by events witnessed during her years as a court reporter in Iowa, Glaspell crafted a story in which two rural women…

Happy House

Happy House by Jane D. Abbott (1881-1968) was recently released into the public domain. It is a lovely, articulate look at life as a recent college graduate in 1920s America. Writing in the vein of Louisa May Alcott et. al., Ms. Abbott delights in this tale of two young women who share a name and…