The Enchanted Cottage (play)

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Katharine Cornell in the dream scene from the Broadway production of The Enchanted Cottage (1923)

The Enchanted Cottage is a romance by the English playwright Arthur Wing Pinero, written in 1921. The play opened on Broadway at the Ritz Theatre on March 31, 1923, directed by Jessie Bonstelle and William A. Brady, and starring Herbert Bunston and Katharine Cornell and ran for 65 performances until May 1923.[1]

In April 1925, The Enchanted Cottage was the opening play for the Omaha Community Playhouse, starring Dodie Brando, mother of Marlon Brando.

The play text was published by Heinemann in 1922.[2]

The Enchanted Cottage has been adapted for the screen three times, in 1924, 1945 and 2016.


  1. ^ The Enchanted Cottage as produced on Broadway at the Ritz Theatre, March 31, 1923;
  2. ^ Full text of The Enchanted Cottage at Google Books.