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A concise, comprehensive discussion of the artistic and practical sides of the non-commercial theatre. At the outset the point of agreement taken for granted is the conviction on the part of workers that the thin s of the old theatre must be destroyed an a new theatre be built up in its stead. Without censure against the older order, the writer confines himself to the struggle for the new theatre—the purposes of those who have started out in revolt; its problems of financial support including experiments in subsidy; the responsibility of audiences to support a theatre intelligently; early experiments showing that the machinery was not ready to carry out the new enterprises; the little theatre; laws that affect management of theatres, for instance, laws against Sunday performances and child labor; dramatic laboratories; the children's theatre: some of the pioneers of the insurgent theatre, and a closing chapter on the "Art and outlook of the insurgent Theatre."