British theatre in the 1950s /
edited by Dominic Shellard.
London : Sheffield Academic Press, c2000.
141 p. ; 24 cm.
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London : Sheffield Academic Press, c2000.
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Papers from a conference held at the British Library, Dec. 5, 1997.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
Table of Contents
Acknowledgmentsp. 7
Notes on Contributorsp. 9
Introductionp. 15
Chronological Tablep. 16
The Early 1950s: Transfers, Temptations and Turning Point in the career of Christopher Fryp. 20
1950-54: Was it a Cultural Wasteland?p. 28
Foreign Drama and the Lord Chamberlain in the 1950sp. 41
Terence Rattigan: The Voice of the 1950sp. 53
Harold Pinter's Recollections of his Career in the 1950s: An Interview Conducted by Ian Smith at the British Library, 1997p. 64
Looking Back at Godotp. 82
Kenneth Tynan: A Mere Criticp. 95
The 1950s: Birthplace of the National Theatres of Great Britainp. 106
Apart from Look Back in Anger, what else was worrying the Lord Chamberlain's Office 1956?p. 116
Index of Plays Citedp. 136
Index of Namesp. 139
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