Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Arts Theatre, London
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|Performance of text||George Paston||
GP also translated a German one-act play by Ludwig Huna , The Kiss, first performed at the Haymarket Theatre on 24 November 1910, and a full-length Russian play by Nikolai Evreinov and Fernand Nozière
|Performance of text||Harold Pinter||
HP 's play The Caretaker had its debut at the Arts Theatre in London, and scored an instant critical success, even with reviewers who had panned The Birthday Party.
|Performance of text||Samuel Beckett||
The first production of SB 's Waiting for Godot in English, directed by Peter Hall , opened at the Arts Theatre in London.
Palmer, Alan, and Veronica Palmer. The Chronology of British History. Century, 1992.
Hartnoll, Phyllis, editor. The Oxford Companion to the Theatre. Oxford University Press, 1983.
|Performance of text||Marjorie Bowen||
MB 's play Captain Banner: A Drama in Three Acts, written under her pseudonym George R. Preedy, was performed in London at the Arts Theatre .
Benstock, Bernard, and Thomas F. Staley, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 70. Gale Research, 1988.
|Performance of text||Eleanor Farjeon||
It had been produced for Christmas 1948 at the Playhouse in Liverpool, and next year at the Arts Theatre in London.
The music was by Clifton Parker . Later the same year,...
Farjeon, Annabel. Morning has Broken: A Biography of Eleanor Farjeon. Julia MacRae, 1986.
|Performance of text||Pam Gems||
In February 1984 the Arts Theatre produced a revised version of this play under the title Loving Women. Jonathan Gems , PG 's son, designed this production.
The play was published by...
Gems, Pam. Three Plays. Penguin, 1985.
Aston, Elaine. “Pam Gems: Body Politics and Biography”. The Cambridge Companion to Modern British Women Playwrights, edited by Elaine Aston and Janelle Reinelt, Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 157 - 73.
|Performance of text||Elizabeth Goudge||
She followed it with Joy Will Come Back, which opened in London at the Arts Theatre on 21 March 1937, then Suomi (the Finnish word for Finland), again in London but at the Cambridge Theatre
|Performance of text||Ann Jellicoe||
After this production, AJ decided to take some time away from writing to concentrate on her two young children. In an interview in 1972, she claimed that she found it a relief to stop writing...
Although its initial reception was lukewarm, the Arts Theatre selected Poor Judas for a special competition for new plays in 1951 (the year of its publication), in which it won third prize.
Friedman, Lenemaja. Enid Bagnold. Twayne, 1986.
Sebba, Anne. Enid Bagnold: The Authorized Biography. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1986.
|Textual Production||Ruby M. Ayres||
The Times reviewed the opening of RMA 's single known play, the comedy Silver Wedding, at the Arts Theatre in London.
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
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