By B. Witham
Started as an audacious scan, for thirty years the Hedgerow Theatre prospered as America's such a lot profitable repertory corporation. whereas recognized for its recognized alumnae (Ann Harding and Richard Basehart), Hedgerow's legacy is a residing library of over 2 hundred productions created by means of Jasper Deeter's idealistic and made up our minds pursuit of 'truth and beauty.'
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Harding, at the time, was nearly the same age as Madeline, a stagestruck amateur whose stern, military father was opposed to anything having to do with the theatre. Christened Dorothy Gatley, she had been raised on army bases and loved horseback riding and entertaining young officers at tea parties supervised by her father, then colonel, but eventually general George Grant Gatley. She had performed in school plays and had some vague fantasies of being a writer but was working at an insurance Inheritors 19 company in Manhattan and living with her mother in the fall of 1920.