Frohman Announces Production of My Little Sister

New York Producer Charles Frohman announced in 1913 that he was staging Elizabeth Robins’ My Little Sister.  His associate, Alf Hayman, made a well-publicized announcement after returning from Europe that he had a pile of English scripts and Robins’ white slave play was among them.  For reasons never quite explained–but which are taken up in Sex for Sale–the play was never produced.


Frohman and My Little Sister

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