Craig’s Wife


February 6 & 7, 1947


Scottish Rite Temple


“Craig’s Wife” is the scathing and insightful story of Mrs. Harriet, a woman of controlling will and vanity, who succeeds in driving away her husband, friends, and anyone close to her, all for the sake of her pride.

Author: George Kelly

Historian’s Corner

“Craig’s Wife” by George Kelly had won the 1926 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The show was listed in the Burns Mantle “Best Plays of 1925-1926.” In the Players’ production, it was noted that four of the actors has previous professional work and that most of the actors in the play had previous theatre experience.