David Edgar

Standard Name: Edgar, David

Connections

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Friends, Associates Cecily Mackworth
In Paris Mackworth moved in artistic and literary circles. She met gallery-owner Jeanne Bucher and artists William Hayter , David Edgar , and Hans Reichel . Even more significantly for her own future, she met...
Literary responses Ann Jellicoe
Michael Coveney and David Edgar have noted that her community plays, like her earlier works, were rooted in her dedication to making good theatre of text, and good text of theatre. A photograph of her...
Literary responses Caryl Churchill
Top Girls achieved tremendous popular and critical success. In 1999, National Theatre audiences voted it one of the top One Hundred Plays of the Century—and the only play by a woman to make the top...
Occupation Ann Jellicoe
The Trust set out to produce historical community plays with west-country associations, including works written for it by Fay Weldon and David Edgar . With some difficulty, AJ succeeded in securing ongoing funding for it...
Performance of text Anne Devlin
Heartlanders, a community play collaboratively written by AD , Stephen Bill , and David Edgar , opened at the BirminghamRepertory Theatre for the city's centenary.
Schrank, Bernice, and William W. Demastes, editors. Irish Playwrights, 1880-1995. Greenwood Press.
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Bill, Stephen et al. Heartlanders. Nick Hern Books.
prelims
Reception Ann Jellicoe
Michael Coveney and David Edgar counted this, with The Knack, part of a legendary canon in Sloane Square (home of the Royal Court Theatre ).
Coveney, Michael, and David Edgar. “Ann Jellicoe obituary”. theguardian.com.
Textual Production Ann Jellicoe
AJ 's success with community plays written on her own helped her to enlist the services of other well-known professional playwrights. Howard Barker was her first willing victim, contributing The Poor Man's Friend for a...

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Texts

Coveney, Michael, and David Edgar. “Ann Jellicoe obituary”. theguardian.com.
Edgar, David. “Each Scene for Itself”. London Review of Books, pp. 25-6.
Bill, Stephen et al. Heartlanders. Nick Hern Books, 1989.
Edgar, David. “Much like the 1950s”. London Review of Books, pp. 21-3.
Edgar, David. “Ticket to Milford Haven”. London Review of Books, pp. 11-12.
Edgar, David. “Vindicated!”. London Review of Books, pp. 9-10.