(Printed verso reads: "Pioneer Playhouse, The State Theatre of Kentucky a non-profit institution. The Pioneer Playhouse in historic Danville, Kentucky, is the only summer stock theatre in the United States which devotes its entire program to new plays by talented but as yet unproduced playwrights. Its actors come from Broadway for the most part; its playwrights are on their way there. Travelers are welcome to stop and watch the company at work and play in a setting so picturesque it was chosen as the location for the M-G-M film, Raintree County.")
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