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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rachel Crothers (12 December 1878 5 July 1958) was a prolific and successful American playwright and theater director, known for her well-crafted plays. One of the most famous was Susan and God (1937), which was made into a film by MGM in 1940 starring Joan Crawford and Frederic March. Crothers was born in Bloomington, Illinois, USA. Asked how to pronounce her name, she told The Literary Digest it rhymed with brothers. (Charles Earle Funk, What''s the Name, Please?, Funk & Wagnalls, 1936.) Rachel Crothers'' parents were Dr. Eli Kirk Crothers and Dr. Marie Louise (de Pew) Crothers. Her mother was one of the first woman physicians in Central Illinois. Rachel graduated from University High School (Normal) in 1891 and Illinois State Normal School (now Illinois State University) in 1892. She studied dramatic arts in Boston and New York City, and acted professionally in New York City. She broke new ground by directing, staging, and casting most of her own plays. She also directed several plays written by others.

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rachel Crothers (12 December 1878 5 July 1958) was a prolific and successful American playwright and theater director, known for her well-crafted plays. One of the most famous was Susan and God (1937), which was made into a film by MGM in 1940 starring Joan Crawford and Frederic March. Crothers was born in Bloomington, Illinois, USA. Asked how to pronounce her name, she told The Literary Digest it rhymed with brothers. (Charles Earle Funk, What''s the Name, Please?, Funk & Wagnalls, 1936.) Rachel Crothers'' parents were Dr. Eli Kirk Crothers and Dr. Marie Louise (de Pew) Crothers. Her mother was one of the first woman physicians in Central Illinois. Rachel graduated from University High School (Normal) in 1891 and Illinois State Normal School (now Illinois State University) in 1892. She studied dramatic arts in Boston and New York City, and acted professionally in New York City. She broke new ground by directing, staging, and casting most of her own plays. She also directed several plays written by others.

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sacks & Co. is a public relations, marketing, management and consulting firm. Public Relations Founded in 1994, Sacks & Co. manages the public image of major and debuting artists musicians, authors, comedians, actors and filmmakers, among others as well as record labels, television & film producers, theater companies, and arts presenters. Among the arts presenters and venues Sacks & Co. represent are Lincoln Center's American Songbook series, New York City's Symphony Space, Arts at St. Ann's in Brooklyn, the University of Illinois' Krannert Center for Performing Arts and NYU's Jack H. Skirball Center.

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USS Chicago (CA-29) was a Northampton-class heavy cruiser of the United States Navy that served in the Pacific Theater in the early years of World War II. She was the second US Navy ship to be named after the city of Chicago, Illinois. After surviving a midget submarine attack at Sydney Harbour and serving in battle at the Coral Sea and Savo Island in 1942, she was sunk by Japanese aerial torpedoes in the Battle of Rennell Island, in the Solomon Islands, on 30 January 1943.

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