“Aria Da Capo” is a 1920 play in one act by American poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892–1950). Divided into three parts, it is a expressionist morality play featuring the young shepherds Thyrsis and Corydon, artist Pierrot, a young woman called Columbine, and stage manager and the Masque of Tragedy, Cothurnus. A thought-provoking play not to be missed by fans and collectors of Millay’s seminal work. Vincent Millay (1892–1950) was an American playwright, Pulitzer Prize-winning lyrical poet, and feminist activist. One of the most celebrated poets in American history, Millay is hailed as the twentieth century’s most skillfull sonnet writers who expertly married modern attitudes with traditional forms of expression. Other notable works by this author include: “Two Slatterns and a King” and “The Lamp and the Bell”. Read & Co. Books is republishing this classic play now in a new edition complete with a biography of the author by Carl Van Doren.