Competition: US & Canada
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1933–34:
HOUGHTON, CHARLES NORRIS: Appointed for studies in the field of the arts of the theatre, abroad; tenure, eight months from August 15, 1934.
Born December 26, 1909, at Indianapolis, Indiana. Education: Princeton University, A.B., 1931; John Herron Art School, 1925, 1926.
Vice-president and Technical Director, 1930–31, Princeton University Triangle Club; Art Director, 1929–30, President, 1930–31, Théâtre Intime, Princeton. Scenic Director, 1931–32, The Theatre Unit, Inc.; Art Assistant, 1932, Radio City Theatres Corporation; Stage Manager, 1933, The Theatre Guild, Inc.; Art Director, 1933, The Surry Players; Art and Technical Director, 1933, for Arthur J. Beckhard.
Designed settings for forty-one plays produced in New York, Baltimore, Princeton, Bar Harbor and West Falmouth, 1927–1933.