A secluded courtyard behind a gate off Sixth Avenue just large enough to hold its few dwellings from 1852. George Cram Cook, founder and director of the Provincetown Players, and his wife Susan Glaspell, playwright and novelist, were residents here from 1913 to 1917. Cram recognized the genius of Eugene O’Neill, produced his early plays, and helped to establish American drama as a serious art form.
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