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by Terence Rattigan
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Sir Terence Mervyn Rattigan, CBE (10 June 1911 – 30 November 1977) was a British dramatist. He was one of England's most popular mid 20th century dramatists. His plays are typically set in an upper-middle-class background
Sir Terence Mervyn Rattigan, CBE (10 June 1911 – 30 November 1977) was a British dramatist. His plays are typically set in an upper-middle-class background. He wrote The Winslow Boy (1946), The Browning Version (1948), The Deep Blue Sea (1952) and Separate Tables (1954), among many others
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An American chorus girl in London has a brief affair with a visiting Prince Regent from the Balkans on the eve of George V's coronation. The Sleeping Prince by Terence Rattigan. Adapted for radio by Gerry Jones. With Millicent Martin, Peter Wyngarde and Fay Compton. Music By: Vivian Ellis arranged and conducted by Alan Paul. Produced By: Guy Vaesen. Mary: Millicent Martin. The Regent: Peter Wyngarde. Peter Northbrook: Aubrey Woods. Producer: Ronald Herdman. The King: Brian Hewlett. Grand Duchess: Fay Compton. The Countess: Anna Burden
Terence Rattigan In the play, Terence Rattigan pits Alma against a formidable lady juror, whose .
In the play, Terence Rattigan pits Alma against a formidable lady juror, whose own life offers a plangent counterpoint to the central tale of love, betrayal, guilt and obsession.
The Sleeping Prince: An Occasional Fairy Tale is a 1953 play by Terence Rattigan, conceived to coincide with the coronation of Elizabeth II in the same year. Set in London in 1911, it tells the story of Mary Morgan, a young actress, who meets and ultimately captivates Prince Charles of Carpathia, considered to be inspired by Carol II of Romania.
Rattigan's birth certificate and his birth announcement in The Times indicate he was born on 9 June 1911. However, most reference books state that he was born the following day; Rattigan himself never publicly disputed this date. He was given no middle name, but he adopted the middle name "Mervyn" in early adulthood. O’Connor, Sean: Straight Acting – Popular Gay Drama from Wilde to Rattigan, London: Cassell, 1998; Shellard, Dominic: British Theatre Since the War, New Haven/London: Yale University Press, 1999
Opera house manchester. VIVIEN LEIGH and LAURENCE OLIVIER in THE SLEEPING PRINCE An occasional fairy tale by TERENCE RATTIGAN. 1953 theatre programme.
Opera house manchester. Jeremy spenser laurence olivier martita hunt elaine inescort nicola delman paul hardwick rosamund greenwood richard wattis daphne newton peter barkworth angus mackay terence owen vivien leigh. Directed by laurence olivier.
The Sleeping Prince (play). The Sleeping Prince is a 1953 play by Terence Rattigan. Hamish Hamilton 1954). Set in London in 1911, it tells the story of a young actress, Elsie Marina, who meets and ultimately captivates Prince Charles of Carpathia. Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh starred in the first production of the play, in the Phoenix Theatre in London's West End, in 1953.
com: The Sleeping Prince: 126 pages. Published by Hamish Hamilton, London, 1954. Originally presented at The Phoenix Theatre in London on November 5th, 1953 starring Sir Lawrence Oliver & Vivien Leigh. Fine book in a near fine dust jacket with very slight wear to the corners. Condition: Fine Hardcover. From Fireproof Books (MINNETONKA, MN, .