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Elizabeth Baker's drama often deals with feminist and economic issues facing struggling middle-class families. Her casts of characters include feisty, independent young women seeking emancipation and sympathetic men burdened with supporting a family on a limited income. Her plays were performed at several important venues during the early twentieth century, including the Court Theatre in London, the Gaiety Theatre in Manchester, and Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
1876 EB was born in London. Bibliographic Citation link.
18 April 1909 EB's first play, Chains, had a single matinée performance at the Court Theatre in London. Bibliographic Citation link.
14 February 1932 EB's last known work, a one-act play entitled One of the Spicers, was performed by the Green Room Rags at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London's West End. Bibliographic Citation link.
8 March 1962 EB died at the age of eighty-six. Bibliographic Citation link.
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