The Snake Eater
Nicholson, Kenyon (American playwright, 1894-19__), “The Snake Eater,”
a __-minute comedy in English, set in the snake pit on the carnival grounds of the Greater Southwestern Shows, Inc., on the outskirts of Helmsburg, Ohio, U.S.A., about 7:00 p.m., early October, 1922,
© 1928 by Kenyon Nicholson;
• in One-Act Plays for Stage and Study: Twenty-Two Contemporary Plays, Never Before Published in Book Form, by American, English and Irish Dramatists, Fourth Series (New York City: Samuel French, 1928), edited by Samuel French with a preface by Paul Green (published with Em Jo Basshe’s “Invitation,” a __-minute dramatic fantasy, 2m; Colin Clements and John Monk Saunders’ “Love in a French Kitchen,” a __-minute comedy, 1m2f; E. P. Conkle’s “Things Is That-A-Way,” a __-minute drama, 2m; Paul Green’s “Blue Thunder,” a __-minute dramatic fantasy, 1m3f; Alfred Kreymborg’s “Brother Bill,” a __-minute verse comedy, 1m1f; Allan Monkhouse’ “The Wily One,” a __-minute comedy, 3m1f; and Dan Totheroh’s “A Tune of a Tune,” a __-minute comedy, 2m2f); available in Harrison Memorial Library, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California 93921, U.S.A., telephone (408) 624-4629.
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Probably out of print and in public domain.
carnival, snake pit.