Harley Granville Barker (1877-1946) was the one of the most brilliant British directors of the first quarter of the 20th century. His plays include Waste, The Voysey Inheritance and The Secret Life. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Colin Chambers has been a journalist, an academic and the Literary Manager of the Royal Shakespeare Company (1981-97). With Richard Nelson, he co-wrote Kenneth's First Play and Tynan (both RSC). His books include The Story of Unity Theatre, Peggy and The Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre (editor). He is Professor Emeritus at Kingston University, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Richard Nelson is a playwright and director. Plays include The Apple Family Plays, Goodnight Children Everywhere (Olivier Award Best Play), Two Shakespearean Actors (Tony nomination Best Play) and Some Americans Abroad (Olivier nomination Best Comedy). His musicals include James Joyce's The Dead, for which he won a Tony Award. He is an honorary Associate Artist of the RSC. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...Granville Barker on Theatre brings together some of the most important critical theatrical writings of Harley Granville Barker, a major figure of 20th-century British theatre. Known as a pioneer of the National Theatre and Repertory...
...When a group of American professors gathers in London to teach a theatre course, the sparks fly as they squabble over academic politics, with egos, reputations, and careers at stake. An L.A. Theatre Works full cast production, starring Ken...
...He was a friend of George Washington and a decorated hero of the Revolutionary War. What caused Benedict Arnold to renounce his country and become one of America’s most reviled figures? Richard Dreyfuss stars in RichardNelson’s dramatic...
... Othello itself in this chapter will be from the Arden edition (third series), ed. E. A. J. Honigmann (Walton-on-Thames: Nelson, 1997).
These comments are from Johnson’s 1765 edition of Shakespeare and are taken from Edward Pechter’s...
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