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Introducing the Playwrights

David Pattie

David Pattie is Professor of Drama at the University of Chester, UK. Series editors: Richard Boon, Emeritus Professor of Drama, the University of Hull, UK, and Philip Roberts, Emeritus Professor in the School of English, University of Leeds, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Modern British Playwriting: The 1950s

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2012

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... plays), David (his best friend), Joan (his lover) and Margot (a visiting actress), is complicated further because of the close relation between David and Tom – a relationship which Margot labels ‘degenerate’. The play is an uneasy mixture...

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David Pattie

David Pattie is Professor of Drama at the University of Chester, UK. Series editors: Richard Boon, Emeritus Professor of Drama, the University of Hull, UK, and Philip Roberts, Emeritus Professor in the School of English, University of Leeds, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Modern British Playwriting: The 1950s

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2012

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... tradition of European theatre that had been going on since the late 1800s … that we were completely – well I certainly was completely ignorant of. (David Davies, actor) I saw a production brought over from France by Jean-Louis Barrault...

Playwrights and Plays

David Pattie

David Pattie is Professor of Drama at the University of Chester, UK. Series editors: Richard Boon, Emeritus Professor of Drama, the University of Hull, UK, and Philip Roberts, Emeritus Professor in the School of English, University of Leeds, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Modern British Playwriting: The 1950s

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2012

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... attachment and attaining Nibbāna’. Quoted in David Chinitz , T. S. Eliot and the Cultural Divide ( Chicago, IL...

Introduction to the 1950s

David Pattie

David Pattie is Professor of Drama at the University of Chester, UK. Series editors: Richard Boon, Emeritus Professor of Drama, the University of Hull, UK, and Philip Roberts, Emeritus Professor in the School of English, University of Leeds, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Modern British Playwriting: The 1950s

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2012

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... that it will be so’. David Kynaston , Austerity Britain: 1945–51 ( London : Bloomsbury, 2007), p. 78. It is,...

The British Theatre 1945–60

David Pattie

David Pattie is Professor of Drama at the University of Chester, UK. Series editors: Richard Boon, Emeritus Professor of Drama, the University of Hull, UK, and Philip Roberts, Emeritus Professor in the School of English, University of Leeds, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Modern British Playwriting: The 1950s

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2012

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... open to the same influences that were shaping performance in Europe and the States. David Rabey’s summary catches some of the complexity of the period: English theatre of the 1940s was led by actors rather than dramatists. Olivier, Gielgud,...

The Arrival of Godot: Beckett, Cultural Memory and 1950s British Theatre

David Pattie

David Pattie is Professor of Drama at the University of Chester, UK. Series editors: Richard Boon, Emeritus Professor of Drama, the University of Hull, UK, and Philip Roberts, Emeritus Professor in the School of English, University of Leeds, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Staging Beckett in Great Britain

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... and analysed elsewhere. Including, for example, Taylor (1962), Brown (1968), Lacey (1995), Rebellato (1999b), Shellard (2000), Rabey (2003), Billington (2007b), Sierz (2008) and Pattie (2012). The late 1940s...

7:84 Theatre Companies

David Pattie

David Pattie is Professor of Drama at the University of Chester, UK. Series editors: Richard Boon, Emeritus Professor of Drama, the University of Hull, UK, and Philip Roberts, Emeritus Professor in the School of English, University of Leeds, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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British Theatre Companies: 1965–1979 : Cast, The People Show, Portable Theatre, Pip Simmons Theatre Group, Welfare State International, 7:84 Theatre Companies

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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... in power were regarded as intrinsically more valuable than the cultures of the poor. This argument also prefigured another later clash of opposing ideas in the 1970s, between McGrath and the playwright David Edgar, about...