Sheldon Warren Cheney

}} Sheldon Warren Cheney (June 29, 1886 – October 10, 1980) was an American author and art critic, born at Berkeley, California, the son of Lemuel Warren Cheney (1858–1921), California lawyer and writer, and May L. Cheney (1862–1942), Appointment Secretary at University of California, Berkeley for over forty years. At first he worked in his father's real estate business, later moving to Detroit where he founded the ''Theatre Arts Magazine'' in 1916 and edited it until 1921. Cheney was one of the most significant pro-modernist theatre and art critics of the early twentieth century. He helped introduce European modernist practices in theatre to the United States. His ''Theatre Arts Magazine'' promoted American little theatre activity, advocated for New Stagecraft design, and nurtured new American playwrights. Provided by Wikipedia
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