Riley, Patricia. Looking for Githa. New Writing North.
had moved smoothly from writing one-act plays for the Cotswold Players
to writing them for the first, Chelsea, incarnation of the Greenleaf Players. She wrote a number of plays for performance by the...
It ran for sixty-three performances, and was published by Samuel French
The play was printed by Samuel French
as George Geith; or, Romance of a City Life, A Drama in four acts and a tableau, 1880. Reeve and his leading lady, Ada Lester
This did even better than most of their joint plays, clocking up their longest consecutive run (256 performances).
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
By early 1897 HJ
transformed it into a novel (her final work of fiction) under the same...
once again had trouble placing her next plays, That Which Hath Been, set in a monastery, and Amateur Means Lover, set in a Camden Town rooming house. The latter was eventually performed...
1957: Dulcie Gray launched her publishing career:...
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launched her publishing career: Samuel French
issued her playLove Affair (which had been staged the previous year) and the first of her murder mysteries, Murder on the Stairs, also appeared.
1958: Elaine Morgan's one-act play The Waiting-Room...