||Birthplace of Margo Jones
||Jones, Margo, Birthplace of
||517 S. Washington
||performing arts; women, women's history topics
||Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
||517 S. Washington, Livingston
||18" x 28"
|| (1911-1955) World-famed genius of drama. Won Broadway acclaim directing "The Glass Menagerie." Led move to decentralize American theatre. Established, in Dallas, theatre-in-the-round (first professional, resident, repertory theatre of its kind) and wrote book on its technique. Premiered 58 new plays.
Discovered Tennessee Williams, William Inge and others.
A dedicated "artistic humanist," she provided channels through which the spiritual qualities of creative people could be communicated.