Girls by Clyde Fitch Theater Poster Art Print
A Museum Quality Print of the Girls by Clyde Fitch Theater Poster. Girls is a comedy about life in New York for sale by Brandywine General Store. The poster dates from around 1910. It shows a stylish woman setting under a hair dryer and her name is Miss Violet, the colors are all orange, white and black and it tells us that this was Clyde Fitch's greatest comedy. If you didn't know better this poster reminds you of the style of the 1960s. This was an all comedy play and was the first by Mr. Fitch since 1904 when he wrote Cousin Billy. There were around 6 characters in this play and each one had roughly equivalent roles without any single star. Clyde Fitch was a very popular play writer during his lifetime, however after his early death at the age of 44, he fell into obscurity. He was the first American Playwright to publish his own plays. Picture #56 an archival theater print by Brandywine General Store.