Augustus Thomas (1857-1934)
Augustus Thomas was an American dramatist and president of the National Institute of Arts and Letters (1914-15). Early plays include "Alabama" (1891) and "The Earl of Pawtucket" (1903). Thomas demonstrated his brilliant social observation in "Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots" (1905). Later, he displayed an interest in psychic phenomena, as in "The Witching Hour" (1907). Thomas was experimental, and his genres ranged from farce to costume play to the dramatization of commercially successful novels.
- 1900 circa 15 years
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