The growth of interest in drama and the realization of the educational value of dramatics has developed a new place for the college theatre. Pacific Little Theatre was organized eleven years ago to fulfill a definite need and has since grown slowly and steadily into a most active producing unit, serving both school and community. Indeed Pacific Little Theatre can be taken as an excellent specific example of the contribution which can be made to campus and community life by the college theatre aside from its main function as fundamental training ground for students in the theatre arts.
... With these ideas of community interest, student developments, and artistic correlations, two years out of the life of the Little Theatre will be given in outline and discussion.
University of the Pacific
Brown, DeMarcus, "A History of the Productions of the Little Theatre 1933-1935" (1935). University of the Pacific Individual Histories. 5.
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