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Theatrical companion to Coward
|Statement||by Raymond Mander & Joe Mitchenson. With an appreciation of Coward"s work in the theatre by Terence Rattigan.|
|Contributions||Mitchenson, Joe, joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||PR6005.O85 Z7 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||407|
|LC Control Number||57059120|
A witty musical celebration of the life and work of Noel Coward. Weaving together songs and literary delights, Oh, Coward! celebrates one of the theatre's greatest entertainers, Noel Coward. His effervescent music and charming quips combine for an unforgettable evening of the most memorable tunes of the twentieth century. "The Off, Off Broadway Book," by Albert Poland and Bruce Mailman "No Turn Unstoned: The Worst Ever Theatrical Reviews," by Diana Rig "Theatrical .
The Methuen Drama Dictionary of the Theatre is an essential reference tool and companion for anyone interested in the theatre and theatre-going. Containing over entries it covers the international spectrum of theatre with particular emphasis on the UK and USA. With biographical information on playwrights, actors and directors, entries on theatres and theatre . This is the third of Robert Hugh Benson's "mainstream" novels. The Coward, first published in , may have been the most shocking to the upper class sensibilities of Benson's day. A young man is faced with challenges and manages to fail at every step. He becomes convinced he is an irredeemable coward - and only then begins to find courage. In a damning indictment of close .
The Letters of Noël Coward (Book): Coward, Noel: Random House, Inc.A publishing event! The first and definitive collection of letters (most of them previously unpublished) both from and to the incomparable Noël Coward, a unique and irresistible portrait of a society and age—from the Blitz to the Ritz and beyond. The range, charm, and vitality of his talents—he . This volume brings together Coward's celebrated verse, from snappy epigrams to seven-hundred-line short stories such as 'P&O ' and 'Not Yet the Dodo'; from moving war-time encounters to satirical barbs at familiar Coward targets; and from personal reminiscences to occasional verse such as his tribute to Ivor Novello or his counter-attack on Graham .
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The Macmillan Compa Book Edition: Not Indicated. I'll Leave It to You is a play by Noël wrote it inwhen he was a and it was produced in Manchester and then the West End of London in Described as "a light comedy in three acts", the play portrays an uncle's successful stratagem to provoke his idle nieces and nephews into working hard and making careers for themselves.
Mander (left) and Mitchenson (standing) with Noël Coward looking at the Theatrical Companion to Coward Raymond Mander (15 July – 27 December ) and Joe Mitchenson (4 October – 7 October ) were theatre historians and joint founders of a large collection of theatrical memorabilia.
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Any book over $ must be sent UPS or Priority Mail. Close. More from this seller. Book is very good with some offsetting to flyleafs. Interior is otherwise clean and unmarked. No names, writing, etc. Spine straight, corners sharp. Dust jacket is very good with moderate edge wear/small tears along top edge and corners.
A very good copy of this classic collection signed by Noel Coward. pages. Having co-authored My Life with Noel Coward with Graham Payn, he edited Coward's Revue Sketches and Parodies, co-edited the revised Theatrical Companion to Coward and edited and annotate the Complete Lyrics.
He then edited The Unknown Noel, a collection of previously unpublished material from the Coward Archive.4/5(2). Buy Theatrical companion to Coward: A pictorial record of the first performances of the theatrical works of Noël Coward First Edition.
Hardback. No Dust Jacket. by Mander, Raymond (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3). The monumental Theatrical Companion to Coward, four interesting biographies, the Autobiographies, the Diaries and now the Letters mean that we know as much about him as he did about himself.
Present Laughter is a comic play written by Noël Coward in but not produced until because the Second World War began while it was in rehearsal, and the British theatres closed. The title is drawn from a song in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night that urges carpe diem ("present mirth hath present laughter").
The play has been frequently revived in Britain, Author: Noel Coward. Very disappointing. Having read both of Coward's autobiographies, his "Middle East Diary," his post-war diaries (of which Payn was a co-editor), "The Letters of Noel Coward" brilliantly edited by Barry Day (co-author of this book), AND finally "Remembered Laughter" by Coward's long-time secretary and companion Cole Lesley, I was expecting/hoping Graham Payn's book would /5.
Easy Virtue is a three-act play by Noël Coward, written in when he was 25 years play depicts the conflict that arises within a conventional upper-middle-class household when the only son of the family marries a glamorous divorcée.
For complete details of Coward's work, see The Theatrical Companion to Coward (Oberon Books, London, ). BARRY DAY has written extensively about The Master for the last 20 years. Theatrical Companion to Coward. We have three copies of the UK 1st edition of the original Mander & Mitchenson published by Rockliff for sale.
One of them is as mint with a bright, crisp dustwrapper (PA 5/1), one has some slight wrinkling and light staining to the very top of the dustwrapper due to storage (PA 5/2). Books shelved as theatrical: Hamlet by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Macbeth by William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Veni.
- Theatrical Companion to Coward: A Pictorial Record of the First Performances of the Theatrical Works of Noël Coward () by Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson, edited by Sheridan Morley and Barry Day. - The Noël Coward Diaries ().
Barry Day has written extensively on Noel co-authored My Life with Noel Coward with Graham Payn, he edited Coward's Revue Sketches and Parodies, co-edited the revised Theatrical Companion to Coward and edited and annotate the Complete then edited The Unknown Noel, a collection of previously unpublished material from Brand: Bloomsbury Academic.
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A Guest Post by Project Co-Director Professor William Everett Nöel Coward's Bitter Sweet is in many ways an ode to the world of romantic operetta. Inwhen the show first appeared, operetta was all too often thought of as embodying some sort of sentimental nostalgia for a time entrenched in the pathos of nevermore.
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