Louise Page

Standard Name: Page, Louise
Married Name: Hawes, Louise
Pseudonym: Mary Crewe
LP is a contemporary feminist playwright who has also made her mark in radio and television drama. Her first play to attract notice, Tissue, tackled the subject of breast cancer, and she has often written of ordinary lives put under stress by disease, war, or merely domestic difficulty.


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Textual Production Michelene Wandor
MW edited the first volume in an influential series from Methuen : Plays by Women, in which she included work by Caryl Churchill , Pam Gems , and Louise Page along with her own play Aurora Leigh.
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1989: Elisabeth Bond's play Lily and Colin (performed...

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Elisabeth Bond 's playLily and Colin (performed on radio in 1985) was included in the anthologyThey Said You Were too Young, edited by Rony Robinson .


Page, Louise. Beauty and the Beast. Methuen in association with the Women’s Playhouse Trust, 1986.
Page, Louise. Diplomatic Wives. Methuen, 1989.
Page, Louise. Golden Girls. Methuen, 1985.
Page, Louise. Isabella. An Orphan Jilted. BBC Books, 1997.
Page, Louise. Plays: 1. Methuen, 1997.
Page, Louise. Plays: One. Methuen, 1990.
Page, Louise. Real Estate. Methuen, 1985.
Page, Louise. Salonika. Methuen, 1983.
Page, Louise. “Tissue”. Plays by Women: Volume One, edited by Michelene Wandor and Michelene Wandor, Methuen, 1982, pp. 75-103.
Page, Louise. “Toby and Donna”. They Said You Were Too Young, edited by Rony Robinson, Hodder and Stoughton, 1989.